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Two-liquid propulsive system for an artificial satellite and utilization of said system for ejecting the satellite

국가/구분 United States(US) Patent 등록
국제특허분류(IPC7판) B64G-001/26    B64G-001/40   
미국특허분류(USC) 244/172 ; 137/256 ; 60/257 ; 244/135B
출원번호 US-0033829 (1987-04-03)
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인용정보 피인용 횟수 : 13  인용 특허 : 2
초록

The two-liquid propulsive system for an artificial satellite is characterized in that the components of the propellant are unequally distributed in at least two pairs of tanks (12, 16) and (14, 18) which are associated in such a way as to provide additional fuel in a first pair of tanks and additional oxidizer in a second pair of tanks, and in that the different pairs of tanks are suitable for being used in succession during predetermined time periods so that the exhaustion of a first propellant component in one tank (14 or 16) indicate that the residual...

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청구항

A two fuel component propulsive system for an artificial satellite, in particular for a geostationary satellite, the system being intended to provide advance warning of the end of the normal lifetime of the satellite and to ensure that said satellite is extracted from its operating orbit, the system comprising: at least two pairs of tanks with each pair including a fuel tank and an oxidizer tank, wherein the oxidizer tank of one pair can hold a quantity of oxidizer greater than the quantity of fuel held by the paired fuel tank by a specific amount and wh...

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  6. Salvatore, Jeremiah; Jennings, Stephen C.. Method of operating a satellite for end-of-life maneuvers. USP2004086776372.
  7. Fujita, Toshiharu; Hayakawa, Nobuaki. Orbit attitude control device, and method of controlling orbit attitude. USP2016019242745.
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  10. Fujita, Toshiharu; Hayakawa, Nobuaki. Orbit attitude control device, and method of controlling orbit attitude. USP2016049302790.
  11. Fujita, Toshiharu; Hayakawa, Nobuaki. Orbit attitude control device, and method of controlling orbit attitude. USP2016069365300.
  12. Core, Steven E.; Novean, Michael; Honda, Linton. Propellant gauging tool for predicting propellant mass in a propellant storage volume. USP2018019880042.
  13. Ellison John R.. Satellite control method using single species of bipropellant. USP2000026024328.