Development of Elements of Reusable Heat Shields from a Carbon–Ceramic Composite Material 1. Theoretical Forecast View Full Text


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2019-03-04

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S. V. Reznik, P. V. Prosuntsov, K. V. Mikhailovskii

ABSTRACT

For the new generation of space vehicles with a reusable heat shield, it is promising to use carbon-ceramic composite materials resistant to powerful heat flows arising by the descent of such a vehicle in the atmosphere. This paper presents the results of the theoretical forecast of characteristics of a heat shield from a porous carbon–ceramic composite made on the basis of testing specimens of this composite on a gas-dynamic stand simulating real operating conditions of the heat shield. Methods have been developed for simulating the heating and ablation of specimens of carbon–ceramic composites under their convective heating in a plasmatron. It has been established that the diameter of the nozzle of the gas-discharge channel of the plasmatron and its distance to the frontal surface of the specimen influence the temperature regime of tests. We propose an experimental procedure for attaining a temperature of 273 K on the frontal surface of a cylindrical specimen of a carbon–ceramic composite material of diameter 70 mm and height 70 mm. More... »

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