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NMU Salone Satellite By NMU School of Art & Design
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Northern Michigan University Human-Centered Design Students Exhibit in Milan at Salone Satellite 2011.
The Design and Simulated Performance of the Attitude Determination and Control System of a Gravity Gradient Stabilized Cube Satellite By Windell Jones
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This is a master’s project report submitted to the mechanical engineering department of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. It discusses the design and simulated performance of the... More > Attitude Determination and Control Subsystem of a 3U cube satellite named Hoʻoponopono (H2). H2 was developed at the UH Mānoa College of Engineering’s Small-Satellite Laboratory. Its mission was to aid in the radar calibration process of U.S. Air Force radar stations by providing a calibration source in orbit. Its gravity-gradient ADCS was designed to point H2 in the nadir direction for the entirety of its mission lifetime. The unique issues associated with achieving gravity-gradient stabilization is discussed. To ensure that the functionality and performance requirements were satisfied, the Nanosatellite Attitude Dynamics & Determination Simulator (NADDS) was developed and used to determine the energies and times required for H2 to achieve nadir pointing.< Less
The Design and Simulated Performance of the Attitude Determination and Control System of a Gravity Gradient Stabilized Cube Satellite By Windell Jones
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This is a master’s project report submitted to the mechanical engineering department of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. It discusses the design and simulated performance of the... More > Attitude Determination and Control Subsystem of a 3U cube satellite named Hoʻoponopono (H2). H2 was developed at the UH Mānoa College of Engineering’s Small-Satellite Laboratory. Its mission was to aid in the radar calibration process of U.S. Air Force radar stations by providing a calibration source in orbit. Its gravity-gradient ADCS was designed to point H2 in the nadir direction for the entirety of its mission lifetime. The unique issues associated with achieving gravity-gradient stabilization is discussed. To ensure that the functionality and performance requirements were satisfied, the Nanosatellite Attitude Dynamics & Determination Simulator (NADDS) was developed and used to determine the energies and times required for H2 to achieve nadir pointing.< Less
Commercial Satellite Launch Vehicle Attitude Control Systems Design and Analysis (H-infinity, Loop Shaping, and Coprime Approach) By Chong Hun Kim
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This book is written for aerospace engineers who have completed their BS degree and are interested in the design and analysis of rocket attitude control systems. It introduces a new approach to the... More > design, characterized by its robustness. Current LV attitude control systems are designed based on classical SISO control theory, and they lack robustness. The theory used here truly offers a technique that enables us to design control systems that are reasonably insensitive to math modeling errors and can withstand disturbances such as gust, and in addition it doesn’t need external states estimator, such as Kalman filtering. Extensive simulation results, which demonstrate the effectiveness of this approach, are presented in this book. Basic rocket theory and a concept of H-infinity control system design technique are explained for those who are new in these fields of study.< Less
Design Considerations for Space Elevator Tether Climbers By Cathy Swan et al.
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The subject selected for this 2013 study is the Space Elevator Tether Climber. The objective of the one year study was to survey current concepts and technologies related to tether climbers,... More > identify critical issues, questions, and concerns, assess their impact on the development of space elevators, and project towards the future. The following are a few of the conclusions: • The study used the concept of “constant power” as a baseline because of its ability to lower design requirements on the tether climber. • The mass breakout of 6 MT for a climber and 14 MT for customer payloads seems feasible. The estimate is that with a travel time of one week to GEO seven tether climbers can be on a tether simultaneously. • The communication architecture should be integrated into the space elevator infrastructure and nodal layout. • Solar power, as the sole source, appears achievable. • The use of laser power as the sole source also seems achievable.< Less
Introduction to Google Maps By Vladyslav Polikhun
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This book is a brief introduction to Google Maps. It was designed by students of British Columbia Institute of Technology
Command Generation for Dynamic Systems By William Singhose & Warren Seering
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This book presents techniques for moving machines very rapidly. The main focus is on intelligently designing the reference command that is used to drive the system. Numerous example systems, such as... More > cranes, robots, and satellites are discussed.< Less
Command Generation for Dynamic Systems By William Singhose & Warren Seering
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This book presents techniques for moving machines very rapidly. The main focus is on intelligently designing the reference command that is used to drive the system. Numerous example systems, such as... More > cranes, robots, and satellites are discussed.< Less
Residential Networks By Grayson Evans
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This is a course workbook to accompany the DVD training course "Residential Networks: System Design and Installation" from www.trainingdept.com. It can also be used as a stand alone... More > textbook for anyone wishing to understand the technical, planning, and installation issues involved in home network infrastructure.< Less
Rocketry: Investigate the Science and Technology of Rockets and Ballistics with 25 Projects By Carla Mooney
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Do you ever wonder how rockets soar into space? Rocketry: Investigate the Science and Technology of Rockets and Ballistics introduces students to the fascinating world of rocketry and ballistics.... More > Readers discover the history of rocket development, from the earliest fire arrows in China to modern-day space shuttles. They learn how rockets are launched, move through the atmosphere, and return to Earth safely. Exploring the science behind rocket flight, kids see how the forces of thrust, gravity, lift, and drag interact to determine a rocket’s path. Entertaining illustrations and fascinating sidebars illuminate the topic, while Words to Know, highlighted and defined within the text, reinforce new vocabulary. Projects include building a pneumatic blast rocket and launcher, determining the role of fins in rocket stability, testing a rocket recovery system, and designing a rocket model of the future. Additional materials include a glossary and a list of Internet resources.< Less

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