Search Results - 02.j. aerospace technology

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Precision Deployment & Adjustment Mechanism
A deployment mechanism, with excellent fine tuning capabilities in three degrees of freedom.IMAGES DESCRIPTIONEngineers at STFC have developed a hinge mechanism, enabling deployment of an element or surface to a fixed position under very low acceleration, whilst retaining the ability to fine-tune the orientation. It is an activation system in which...
Published: 06/02/2017
Keywords(s): 01. ELECTRONICS, IT AND TELECOMMS, 02.e. Packaging/Handling, 02.j. Aerospace Technology, 05.g. Mechanical Engineering
Category(s): Optics & Lasers, Space Technology, Mechanical & Automotive, Aerospace Engineering
e-Black Surfaces
STFC's Accelerator Science department has developed a method of laser ablation to reduce secondary as well as photo-electron yields in particle accelerators and RF waveguides to less than 1. Secondary electron emission is an unwanted effect limiting the performance of high energy colliders, storage rings and dumping rings such as the Large Hadron C...
Published: 27/04/2016
Keywords(s): 02.j. Aerospace Technology, 03.c. Apparatus Engineering, 03.c1 Wave-guides, 03.c2 Klystrons, 04. ENERGY, 04.c. Energy transmission and conversion, 04.e. Nuclear Fission/Nuclear Fusion, 05.f1 Accelerators
Category(s): Accelerator Technology, Manufacturing & Process Engineering, Advanced Materials, Scientific Instrumentation, Optics & Lasers
Space Surveillance Camera
A compact camera system was designed for satellite imaging using a push-broom imager also known as along track scanner. IMAGESDESCRIPTIONThe system consists of folded 3 mirror imaging system projecting visible or IR light rays onto a detector which is a linear array of CCD pixels. This optical arrangement adapts an off-axis 3-mirror telescope desig...
Published: 14/05/2014
Keywords(s): 01.a. Electronics, 01.h. Imaging & Detector Technology, 02.j. Aerospace Technology
Category(s): Aerospace Engineering, Optics & Lasers, Security Applications, Sensors & detectors, Space Technology