Research of the dynamics of condensed product deposition


The paper is devoted to the research of structural nonmetallic materials used in the construction of spacecraft for mass loss and gas release in a vacuum-thermal environment, as well as the research of the dynamics of deposition of gas release condensed products on the optical surfaces of optical equipment. A test bench has been developed for carrying out research of the dynamics of deposition of condensed products based on quartz crystal microbalance. In accordance with the State Standards GOST R 50109-92 mass loss and gas release tests of structural non-metallic materials (fiberglass, fiberglass honeycomb panel, polyurethane foam, tapes, textiles, adhesives, etc.) used in spacecraft construction have been carried out. The effect of the deposition of condensed products of gas release from these materials on the transmission coefficient of the optical element is determined. A conclusion about the possibility of using these materials in constructing spacecraft is made.

About the authors

S. V. Tsaplin

Samara State University

Author for correspondence.

Candidate of Science (Physics and Mathematics)

Associate Professor, Department of Solid State Physics and Non-Equilibrium Systems

Russian Federation

S. A. Bolychev

Samara State University


Principal Software Engineer

Russian Federation


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