Design, Manufacture and Environmental Tests of Battery Pack for Spacecraft Freights

Document Type: Original Article

Authors

1 Technology (IUST), Faculty of Electrical Engineering

2 Educator of industrial design group in Semnan University and a researcher in Aerospace Researches Center at Iran UniCorresponding Authorversity of Sciences & Technology (IUST) *Corresponding Author

3 MA and a researcher in Aerospace Researches Center at Iran University of Sciences & Technology (IUST)

Abstract

The satellite battery pack is one of the important and vital parts that are required conducting special design with multiple capabilities. Some parameters like the minimum weight, lack of outgassing of parts, avoiding from short- circuit in batteries inside battery pack, the possibility for making series connection in batteries, and prevention from destroying battery pack structure caused by vibrations due to displacement of missile upon launching of a satellite are included in some requirements for design and manufacture of satellite battery pack where in the present essay we will study on design and manufacture of battery pack structure by considering the above- mentioned requirements in mind. In order to determine the authenticity of design and manufacture of battery pack in real conditions for launching and vacuum conditions, several environmental test of thoroughness such as Thermal Vacuum Testing and Vibration Tests have been carried out on the manufactured structure so the results of batteries performance will be purposed within these tests. The results obtained from environmental test conducted on satellite battery pack structure suggest the fully successful and innovative achievement in design and manufacture of battery pack structure.

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