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Study of Effective Application of Electric Jet Engine as a Mean to Reduce Microacceleration Level

Anatolij Ivanovitch Belousov(1), Andry Valerjevitch Sedelnikov(2*), Ksenija Igorevna Potienko(3)

(1) Samara State Aerospace University, Russian Federation
(2) Samara State Aerospace University, Russian Federation
(3) Samara State Aerospace University, Russian Federation
(*) Corresponding author


DOI: https://doi.org/10.15866/irease.v8i4.7578

Abstract


It is possible to reduce microacceleration level in the indoor environment of space laboratory by the usage of electric jet engine. There is described the efficiency of electric jet engine for five different projects of space laboratories. There are introduced some recommendations for development of the engine with optimal characteristics to reduce microacceleration level.
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Electric Jet Engine; Space Laboratory; Microaccelerations

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