Plasmajet engines testing equipment

Plasmajet engines testing equipment

Plasmajet engines testing equipment

Plasmajet engines testing equipment

To test ion engines, it is necessary to create conditions close to space on Earth. To do this, vacuum chambers of a sufficiently large volume are manufactured with a powerful pumping system, dispersion devices and protection against plasma flow.

For ease of maintenance and operation, the test engine is placed in a pre-chamber, which can be cut off from the main vacuum chamber.

Configuration:

  • General vacuum chamber;
  • Pre-chamber for engine;
  • Carbon lining;
  • Cooling system;
  • Plasma beam trap;
  • Oil free vacuum system;
  • Measurement system;
  • Control system.

Ultimate vacuum

1·10-6 mbar

Dynamic vacuum

2·10-5 mbar

Xenon rate (before modernization)

20 mg/s

Plasmajet engine power (before modernization)

20 kW

Xenon rate (after modernization)

60 mg/s

Plasmajet engine power (after modernization)

60 … 80 kW

Dimensions:

Inside diameter of general vacuum chamber

Length of general vacuum chamber

Inside diameter of pre-chamber

Lengthofpre-chamber

 

6000 mm

9000 mm

2000 mm

2500 mm

Documents

Licenses and Approvals Equipment Patents Certificates and permissions Support information QMS Product overview
License for designing nuclear installations
License for manufacture of equipment for nuclear installations
License for manufacture of equipment for nuclear installations
Licence for designing and construction of nuclear installations
License for the manufacture of equipment for radiation sources
License touse ionizing radiation sources
License for designing equipment for nuclear installations
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