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Protection of Materials and Structures from Space Environment : ICPMSE-6 - Jacob I. Kleiman

Protection of Materials and Structures from Space Environment

ICPMSE-6

By: Jacob I. Kleiman (Editor), Zelina Iskanderova (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1st December 2003
ISBN: 9781402016905
Number Of Pages: 561

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This publication presents the proceedings of ICPMSE-6, the sixth international conference on Protection of Materials and Structures from Space Environment, held in Toronto May 1-3, 2002. The ICPMSE series of meetings became an important part of the LEO space community since it was started in 1991. Since then, the meeting has grown steadily, attracting a large number of engineers, researchers, managers, and scientists from industrial companies, scientific institutions and government agencies in Canada, U. S. A. , Asia, and Europe, thus becoming a true international event. This year's meeting is gaining even stronger importance with the resumption of the ISS and other space projects in LEO, GEO and Deep Space. To reflect on these activities, the topics in the program have been extended to include protection of materials in GEO and Deep Space. The combination of a broad selection of technical and scientific topics addressed by internationally known speakers with the charm of Toronto and the hospitality of the organizers brings participants back year after year. The conference was hosted and organized by Integrity Testing Laboratory Inc. (ITL), and held at the University of Toronto's Institute for Aerospace Studies (UTIAS). The meeting was sponsored by the Materials and Manufacturing Ontario (MMO) and the CRESTech, two Ontario Centres of Excellence; Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR/NL); MD Robotics; EMS Technologies; The Integrity Testing Laboratory (ITL); and the UTIAS.

Introduction
Acknowledgements
Organization
New Era for Canada in Spacep. 1
Space and Atmospheric Environments: From Low Earth Orbits to Deep Spacep. 7
Materials Interactions with the Space Environment: International Space Station - May 2000 to May 2002p. 31
Photoconductivity in Transparent Arc-proof Coatingsp. 73
Effects of Space Environment Factors on Optical Materials for Space Applicationp. 81
A Study of Synergistic Radiation Effects of Protons and Electrons on Teflon FEP/Al Degradationp. 91
Dose Rate Effects in Polymer Materials Irradiated in Vacuump. 99
Towards a Database for Assessment of Near-Earth Space Radiation Effects on Optical Glassesp. 113
The Role of Proton and Electron "Abnormal" Formations in Radiation Influence on Construction Elements of Spacecraftsp. 123
A Study of Methylsilicone Rubber Damage Behavior Induced by Proton Irradiationp. 131
A Unified Space Environment Effects Database for Russian and North American Organic and Inorganic Materialsp. 139
The Effect of Heating on the Degradation of Ground Laboratory and Space Irradiated Teflon FEPp. 155
On the Thermal Stability of Polyimides for Space Applicationp. 171
Synergistic Degradation of CV-1144-0 Due to Ultraviolet Radiation and Heatp. 183
Behaviour of Thermal Control Coatings Under Atomic Oxygen and Ultraviolet Radiationp. 193
Ground Testing of SCK5 White Silicone Paint for LEO Applicationsp. 203
Study of Polymer Coatings Resistance After the Long-Term Exposure on Space Station "MIR"p. 217
Issues and Consequences of Atomic Oxygen Undercutting of Protected Polymers in Low Earth Orbitp. 235
Effect of Space Gaseous Environment on the Thermophysical Properties of Materials and Structuresp. 245
Cleanliness Support of the Launch Vehicle for Putting Into Orbit the Spacecraft Meteor-3M with the "SAGE-III" Instrumentp. 257
Irreversible Shrinkage Effects of Carbon Fibers in Polymer Matrix Composites Exposed to the "MR" Space Environmentp. 263
Combined Effect of Thermal and Mechanical Stresses on the Viscoelastic Properties of a Composite Material for Space Structuresp. 271
Hyperthermal Reactions of Oxygen Atoms with Saturated Hydrocarbonsp. 283
A Review of Lubrication Issues on the Canadarm 2p. 291
Degradation of Polymers by O([superscript 3]P) in Low Earth Orbitp. 299
Iridium Metal as Potential Substrate for Experiments in Spacep. 307
The Influence of the Atomic Oxygen Plasma on the Surface on the Photoelectric Properties of Solar Arraysp. 319
Some Aspects of Simulation of Outgassing Processes in Thermal Vacuum Exposure of Coatings Applied to Space Vehiclesp. 327
Vacuum Ultraviolet Radiation Characterization of RF Air Plasma and Effects on Polymer Filmsp. 335
Studies of the Surface Oxidation of Silver by Atomic Oxygenp. 351
Determination of the Energy Level of the Atomic Oxygen Flux Generated by the Space Simulation Apparatus using a Thermal Modeling Methodp. 359
Design and Testing of a Mini-Spectrometer System for On-Orbit Degradation Studies of Optical Materialsp. 367
Kapton as a Standard for AO Flux Measurement in LEO Ground Simulation Facilities: How Good Is It?p. 379
Temperature and Impingement Angle Dependences of Atomic Oxygen-Induced Erosion of Polyimide and Polyethylene Films Measured by Quartz Crystal Microbalancep. 391
Integrating Sphere Unit for Precision Measurement of Absolute Reflectance and Transmittance of Spacecraft Materials in a Vacuum Chamberp. 401
Numerical Simulation of Thermal Stress Induced by Thermocycling in Hot Rolled 1420 Al-Li Alloyp. 407
Changes in Microstructure and Tensile Properties of Hot Rolled 1420 Al-Li Alloy Subjected to Thermocyclingp. 413
Photosil Surface Modification Treatment of Polymer-based Space Materials and External Space Componentsp. 419
Atomic Oxygen Resistant, Low [alpha], Anti-Static Polyimides for Potential Space Applicationsp. 435
Deposition and Characteristics of Atomic Oxygen Protective Coatings Using Plasma Polymerized HMDSOp. 443
Development of Protective and Passive Thermal Control Coatings on Carbon-Based Composite Materials for Application in Spacep. 451
Structure and Composition of Non-Metallic Solar Array Materials Retrieved after Long-Term Exposure Overboard the "MIR" Orbital Space Stationp. 461
Micro- and Macrotribological Properties of Solid Lubricants in 5 Electronvolts Atomic Oxygen Exposuresp. 475
ZnSe Coatings for Spacecraft Electrochromic Thermal Control Surfacep. 483
Perfluorocyclobutane (PFCB) Polyaryl Ethers for Space-Based Applicationsp. 491
Fast Three-Dimensional Method of Modeling Atomic Oxygen Undercutting of Protected Polymersp. 503
Development and Verification of a Predictive Model and Engineering Software Guide for Durability Evaluation of Polymer-based Materials in LEOp. 515
Comparative Study of Low Energy C and O Atoms Impact in a Hydrocarbon Surfacep. 527
A Direct Trajectory Dynamics Investigation of Fast O + Alkane Reactionsp. 537
Mathematical Simulation Methods to Predict Changes of Integral and Spectral Optical Surface Characteristics of External Spacecraft Materials and Coatingsp. 543
Subject Indexp. 551
Author Indexp. 559
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ISBN: 9781402016905
ISBN-10: 1402016905
Series: Space Technology Proceedings
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 561
Published: 1st December 2003
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.5  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 1.14