ISTS Final Technical Program

Organized Session
[o-1-1] Future Space Transportation System (1)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsKenji Fujii (JAXA, Japan)
 Tetsuhiko Kozasa (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., Japan)
2015-o-1-01 ( 9:00 - 9:25 )
Design Study and Technology Development for Future Reusable Space Vehicles
Shinji Ishimoto, Koichi Okita
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2015-o-1-02 ( 9:25 - 9:50 )
Rocket Engine Feasibility Study for the JAXA Future Transportation Reference System
Asuka Iijima1, Daisuke Nakata1, Kazuyuki Higashino1, Nobuhiro Tanatsugu1, Shinji Ishimoto2, Nobuyuki Azuma2
1Aerospace Plane Research Center, Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-o-1-03 ( 9:50 - 10:15 )
Preliminary Design of Winged Rocket Test Vehicle with Liquid Methane Propulsion System
Guna Surendra Gossamsetti1, Koichi Yonemoto1, Hiroshi Yamasaki1, Ahsan R. Choudhuri2, Shinji Ishimoto3, Takashi Mugitani3
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), USA, 3Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2015-o-1-04 ( 10:15 - 10:40 )
Flight Test Results of Small Winged Rocket WIRES#014 for Evaluation of Guidance and Control
Takaaki Matsumoto1, Koichi Yonemoto1, Hiroshi Yamasaki1, Kyoshiro Itakura1, Masatomo Ichige1, Guna Surendra Gossamsetti1, Gaku Sasaki1, Yusuke Ura1, Shinji Ishimoto2, Takashi Mugitani2, Shuji Ogawa3
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan, 3PD Aerospace Ltd., Japan
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[o-1-2] Future Space Transportation System (2)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 12:15
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsShinji Ishimoto (JAXA, Japan)
 Mario De Stefano Fumo (Italian Aerospace Research Centre, Italy)
2015-o-1-05 ( 11:00 - 11:25 )
System Analysis of a TSTO Reusable Launch Vehicle with Ethanol-Fueled RBCC Engines
Takahiro Fujikawa1, Daisuke Kanameda1, Takeshi Tsuchiya1, Sadatake Tomioka2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-o-1-06 ( 11:25 - 11:50 )
Optimization on Hydrocarbon-fueled RBCC Engines for a TSTO Launch Vehicle
S. Tomioka, K. Kobayashi, T. Saito, K. Kato, M. Kodera, K. Tani
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-o-1-07 ( 11:50 - 12:15 )
Analysis of the Mixing Effect to the Ejector Performance
Kouichiro Tani1, Susumu Haegawa1, Syuichi Ueda1, Takeshi Kanda1, Harunori Nagata2
1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Hokkaido University, Japan
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[o-1-3] Future Space Transportation System (3)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsWataru Sarae (JAXA, Japan)
 Takaaki Matsumoto (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
2015-o-1-08 ( 14:00 - 14:25 )
Development of the Low-Cost LOX/Ethanol Sounding Rocket System
Ryuichiro Kanai1, Takahiro Inagawa1, Atsushi Noda2
1Interstellar Technologies Inc., Japan, 2Independent Space Craft Engineer, Japan
2015-o-1-09 ( 14:25 - 14:50 )
Conceptual Study on Hydrogen-Based Integration of Propulsion and Power in Space Transportation System
Yusuke Maru1, Yoshiaki Nakaue2, Yoshifumi Inatani1, Hatsuo Moni3
1JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3IHI Corporation, Japan
2015-o-1-10 ( 14:50 - 15:15 )
USV3: An Autonomous Re-Entry System for Aerospace Technology Development
M. De Stefano Fumo, L. Vecchione
Italian Aerospace Research Centre (CIRA), Italy
2015-o-1-11 ( 15:15 - 15:40 )
Feasibility Study on Advanced Morphing Space Transportation System with Concept for Wider Cross Range and Down Range
Shigeru Aso, Yasuhiro Tani
Kyushu University, Japan
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[o-2-1] Launch Vehicle Acoustics (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 504
ChairpersonsKent L. Gee (Brigham Young University, USA)
 Seiji Tsutsumi (JAXA, Japan)
2015-o-2-01 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
ADEL Research Group
Amaya Espinosa Ramos1, Aurelie Bornes2
1CNES, France, 2Airbus DS, France
2015-o-2-02 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Suppression of Liftoff Acoustic of H-IIA Launch Vehicle by Water Injection
Hiroshi Ikaida, Keita Terashima, Seiji Tsutsumi, Taro Shimizu, Toru Kamita
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-o-2-03 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Studies on Satellites Acoustic Environment on Board of Solid Propelled Rockets: Experience from Flight Heritage and Benefits for Missions Preparation
M. Castelli, D. Barbagallo
ESA-ESRIN, Italy
2015-o-2-04 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Acoustic Characterization of Jet Interaction with Launch Structures during Lift-Off
N Karthikeyan, L Venkatakrishnan
CSIR-National Aerospace Laboratories, India
2015-o-2-05 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Numerical Aeroacoustics Analysis of a Scaled Solid Jet Impinging on Flat Plate with Exhaust Hole
Seiji Tsutsumi, Ryoji Takaki, Hiroshi Ikaida, Keita Terashima
JAXA, Japan
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[o-2-2] Launch Vehicle Acoustics (2)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 504
ChairpersonsAmaya Espinosa Ramos (CNES, France)
 Taku Nonomura (JAXA, Japan)
2015-o-2-06 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Conditional Sampling Analysis of Acoustic Phenomena from Supersonic Jet Impinging on Inclined Flat Plate
Masahito Akamine1, Koji Okamoto1, Susumu Teramoto1, Takeo Okunuki1, Seiji Tsutsumi2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-o-2-07 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Study of Impinging Supersonic Jet Noise with Aerodynamic and Acoustic Numerical Simulations
Julien Troyes1, François Vuillot1, Hadrien Lambaré2, Amaya Espinosa Ramos2
1Onera, France, 2CNES, France
2015-o-2-08 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Comparative Analysis of NASA SP-8072’s Core Length with Full-Scale Rocket Data
Michael M. James1, Alexandria R. Salton1, Kent L. Gee2, Tracianne B. Neilsen2
1Blue Ridge Research and Consulting, USA, 2Brigham Young University, USA
2015-o-2-10 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Modeling of Rocket Noise Propagation: the Generalized Burgers Equation and Beyond
Taeyoung Park1, Hunki Lee1, Jae-Wan Lee1, Won-Suk Ohm1, Dohyung Lee2
1Yonsei University, Korea, 2Agency for Defense Development, Korea
2015-o-2-11 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Analysis of the Effects of Finite Impedance Ground and Atmospheric Turbulence on Launch Vehicle Noise Measurements
Tracianne B. Neilsen1, Kent L. Gee1, Samuel M. Hord1, Michael M. James2
1Brigham Young University, USA, 2Blue Ridge Research and Consulting, USA
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[o-2-3] Launch Vehicle Acoustics (3)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 504
ChairpersonsKoji Okamoto (The Univeristy of Tokyo, Japan)
 Michael M James (Blue Ridge Research and Consulting, LLC, USA)
2015-o-2-12 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Development of a Near-Field Intensity Measurement Capability for Static Rocket Firings
Kent L. Gee1, Tracianne B. Neilsen1, Eric B. Whiting1, Michael M. James2, Alexandria R. Salton2
1Brigham Young University, USA, 2Blue Ridge Research and Consulting, USA
2015-o-2-13 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Large Eddy Simulation of Rocket Plume Acoustics using High Order Unstructured Grid Method
Takanori Haga1, Seiji Tsutsumi1, Soshi Kawai2, Ryoji Takaki3
1JAXA/JEDI, Japan, 2Tohoku University, Japan, 3JAXA/ISAS, Japan
2015-o-2-14 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Computational Analysis of Compressible Gas-Particle-Multiple Turbulent Mixing Layer in Euler-Euler Formulation
Daiki Terakado1, Yuki Nagata2, Taku Nonomura3, Kozo Fujii3, Makoto Yamamoto2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 3ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2015-o-2-16 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Evaluation on Launch Vehicle Acoustics during Transonic Flight Regime Based on Flight Data
Hiroki Ashida1, Nobuhiko Ohtsubo1, Hiroshi Ikaida2, Keita Terashima2
1Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-o-2-17 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Experimental and Computational Study on Sound Transmission of Planar Sound Waves through a Double-Leaf Panels
Mohammed K Ibrahim1, Yoshiki Murahashi2, Koichi Mori2, Yoshiaki Nakamura3
1King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), Saudi Arabia, 2Nagoya University, Japan, 3Chubu University, Japan
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[o-3] Next Flagship Launch System
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 18:15
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsNobuyuki Tsuboi (University of Kyushu, Institute of Technology, Japan)
 Takeshi Tsujimoto (JAXA, Japan)
2015-o-3-01 ( 17:00 - 17:25 )
Development Purposes and Concept of Next Flagship Launch System, H-X
Daizo Sugimori1, Atsushi Saito1, Shigeru Mori1, Shintaro Nishihira1, Makoto Arita1, Masashi Okada1, Tatsuya Komaru2, Akihiro Sato2, Takanobu Kamiya2, Mayuki Niitsu2
1Japan Aerospace eXploration Agency, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Heavy Industry, Japan
2015-o-3-03 ( 17:25 - 17:50 )
Development of Solid Rocket Booster for Next Flagship Launch System
Eiichi Wada1, Makoto Arita1, Toru Nagao2, Yoko Nakagawa2, Hirotaka Uehara2, Syunsuke Watabe2, Masanori Sakaino2, Ryo Masumoto2
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI AEROSPACE Co., Ltd.
2015-o-3-04 ( 17:50 - 18:15 )
Ground Systems and Operations of Next Flagship Launch System, H-X
Wataru Sarae, Hiroyuki Ueda, Akito Hattori, Hiroyuki Nagata
Japan Aerospace exploration Agency, Japan
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[o-4-1] Remote Sensing & Geographical Information System (1)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 504
ChairpersonsToshiro Sugimura (Nihon University, Japan)
 Takeo Tadono (JAXA, Japan)
2015-o-4-01 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Research on Moderate-Resolution Earth Observation Data at AIST
Toshiaki Iwata, Ryosuke Nakamura, Toru Kouyama, Soushi Kato, Kumiko Machita (AIST)
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
2015-o-4-02 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Observation of Nishinoshima by Landsat-8 and FORMOSAT-2
Toshiro Sugimura, Atsushi Ono
Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan, Japan
2015-o-4-03 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Urbanization and Disaster at the Tokyo Metropolitan Area by Satellite Images and Old Maps
Toshiro Sugimura1, Kuniaki Isobe2
1Nihon University, Japan, 2Asia Air Survey Co., Ltd., Japan
2015-o-4-04 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Tradeoff Studies on Total Serviceability Evaluation for Disaster Monitoring by Satellites
Taichi Nakamura
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
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[o-4-2] Remote Sensing & Geographical Information System (2)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 504
ChairpersonsRobert R. Carlson (JAMSS America, Inc., USA)
 Takeo Tadono (JAXA, Japan)
2015-o-4-06 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Status of Precise Global 3D Map "ALOS World 3D (AW3D)"
Takeo Tadono, Fumiko Oda, Hiroto Nagai, Haruyuki Ishida, Hiroyuki Iwamoto
JAXA, Japan
2015-o-4-07 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Environmental Restoration of Old Juyan Lake Area Based on the Investigation of Micro-Topography by Satellite Data
Yasunori Nakayama1, Kunihiko Endo1, Guijin Mu2, Yoshiaki Furuno3
1Nihon University, Japan, 2CAS, China, 3SED, Japan
2015-o-4-08 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
A 20-Year History of Glacial Lakes in the Bhutan Himalaya (Analysed from the ALOS-Based Integrated Glacier-Glacial Lake Inventory)
Hiroto Nagai1, Jinro Ukita2, Takeo Tadono1, Chiyuki Narama2, Tsutomu Yamanokuchi3, Nobuhiro Tomiyama3, Akiko Sakai4, Koji Fujita4
1JAXA, Japan, 2Niigata University, Japan, 3RESTEC, Japan, 4Nagoya University, Japan
2015-o-4-09 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Spatial-Temporal Epidemiology of the Dengue Outbreak in the Northern Region of Sri Lanka, 2010-2013
Sumiko Anno1, Keiji Imaoka2, Takeo Tadono2, Tamotsu Igarashi3, Subramaniam Sivaganesh4, Selvam Kannathasan5, Vaithehi Kumaran5, Sinnathamby Noble Surendran5
1Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3RESTEC, Japan, 4Regional Epidemiologist, Sri Lanka, 5University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka
2015-o-4-10 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Applied Remote Sensing Research: Global AIS on Space Station
Robert Carlson1, Martin Tschirschwitz1, Kevin Jackson2, David Jarvis1
1JAMSS America, Inc., USA, 2Flexitech LLC, USA
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[o-5-1] Socio-cultural Approaches for Space Exploration (1)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:15
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 503
ChairpersonsKeiichi Omura (Osaka University, Japan)
 Tomohisa Sato (Kyoto Bunkyo University, Japan)
2015-o-5-01 ( 14:00 - 14:25 )
Making Story of the Mono-zukuri as Socio-Cultural Discourse of Space Industry in Japan
Hirofumi Iwatani
National Museum of Ethnology, Japan
2015-o-5-02 ( 14:25 - 14:50 )
The Japanese Imagination of Space and Audio-Visual Media
Fumiaki Itakura
Kobe University, Japan
2015-o-5-04 ( 14:50 - 15:15 )
Socio-Cultural Problems of Space Tourism -From Cultural Anthropological View-
Hiroki Okada
Kobe University, Japan
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[o-5-2] Socio-cultural Approaches for Space Exploration (2)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 17:15
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 503
ChairpersonsKeiichi Omura (Osaka University, Japan)
 Tomohisa Sato (Kyoto Bunkyo University, Japan)
2015-o-5-05 ( 16:00 - 16:25 )
Indigenous Peoples and Research Facilities for Space Science
Yuka Mizutani
Sophia University, Japan
2015-o-5-06 ( 16:25 - 16:50 )
An Anthropological Consideration on Astronauts' Daily Life in the Extra-Terrestrial Space
Tomohisa Sato
Kyoto Bunkyo University
2015-o-5-07 ( 16:50 - 17:15 )
Human Bio-Cultural Diversity and Space Development
Keiichi Omura
Osaka University, Japan
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[o-6-1] Space Port (1)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 503
ChairpersonsNobuyuki Kaya (Kobe University, Japan)
 Charles J. Lauer (Rocketplane Global, USA)
2015-o-6-11 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Optimising the Potential Location of Spaceport Australia Based on Current Suborbital Space Tourism Requirements
Graham Wild, Glenn Baxter, Hideaki Ogawa, Rano Jonquille
RMIT University, Australia
2015-o-6-02 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Future design of the Hokkaido space flight center
Kenichi Ito, Ryojiro Akiba, Kuninori Uesugi
Hokkaido Aerospace Science and Technology Incubation Center(HASTIC), Japan
2015-o-6-03 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Reunion Spaceport
Guy Pignolet1, Willy LAMEYER2, Peter MERTES3
1Ecole Polytechnique, France, 2Reunion Island Space Initiative, Reunion Island, 3Pardon International, Reunion Island
2015-o-6-04 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
ALSET Program Overview
Yuichi Noguchi
IHI AEROSPACE Co., Ltd, Japan
2015-o-6-05 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
A Plan in a Multitask Cube-sat Observation System Utilizing a Cloud Computing
Daisuke Sekiguchi1, Kazuki Watanabe1,2
1Space Land Research Association (SLJ), Japan, 2WEL Research Co. Ltd. ,Japan
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[o-6-2] Space Port (2)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 503
ChairpersonsGuy Pignolet (Reunion Island Space Initiative, Europe)
 Misuzu Onuki (Space Frontier Foundation, Asia)
2015-o-6-06 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Commercial Spaceports - The Emerging Hubs for Space Enterprise
Misuzu Onuki
Space Frontier Foundation
2015-o-6-07 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Virgin Galactic & Spaceport America and my thoughts
Keiji Asakawa
Club Tourism Space Tours Inc., Japan
2015-o-6-08 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Flexible infrastructure for small satellite launch systems and beyond
Richard Joye
Swiss Space Systems, Switzerland
2015-o-6-09 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
International Spaceport Development and Regulatory Issues for US Spaceplane Operators
Charles J. Lauer
Rocketplane Global LLC, USA
2015-o-6-10 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Suborbital Flight as Micro-gravity Experiment Opportunity
Toshimasa Ochiai
Mitusbishi Heavy Industries, Japan
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Technical Session Oral
[a-1] Solid Rocket (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsToru Shimada (JAXA, Japan)
 Hiroyuki Yamaguchi (JAXA, Japan)
2015-a-01 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
One-Dimensional Unsteady Internal Ballistics Modeling
C. H. Chiang
I-Shou University, Taiwan
2015-a-02 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Analysis of Large Solid Rocket Motor Static Firing Tests
Amareshwara Sainadh Ch, Jeenu R, Jayaprakash J, Somanath S
Vikram Sarabhai Space centre, India
2015-a-03 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
The Continuous Mixing Process of Composite Solid Propellant Slurry by the Artificial Muscle Actuator
Akihiro Iwasaki1, Ryosuke Ban2, Shun Yoshihama2, Taro Nakamura2, Hiroto Habu3
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies (SOKENDAI), Japan, 2Chuo University, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-a-04 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Evaluation of Particle Damping Characteristics of Solid Rocket Motor by the P/VACV Burner
Yousuke Sasayama, Kengo Yamamoto, Apollo B. Fukuchi
IHI AEROSPACE Co., Ltd., Japan
2015-a-05 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Thrust Increase of a Micro-Solid Rocket using a Stack of B/KNO3 Pellets
Jun Asakawa
The University of Tokyo, Japan
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[a-2] Solid Rocket (2)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsChung-Hua Jeff Chiang (I-Shou University, Taiwan)
 Akira Kakami (University of Miyazaki, Japan)
2015-a-06 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Condensed Phase Decomposition Mechanism of Ammonium Dinitramide
Yu-ichiro Izato1, Hiroto Habu2, Mitsuo Koshi1, Atsumi Miyake1
1Yokohama National University, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2015-a-08 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Development of Aluminum-Hydrogen Peroxide Propulsion using Nano/Micron Aluminium Particles
Ming-Te Chen, Hung-Wei Hsu, Yao-Chung Hsu, Yei-Chin Chao
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
2015-a-09 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Performance Evaluation of a Throttleable Solid Propellant Thruster using Laser Heating
Shota Isakari, Shingo Onizuka, Yasuyuki Yano, Akira Kakami
University of Miyazaki, Japan
2015-a-10 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Chemical Augmentation of Laser Ablation Impulses through Laser-Ablation Plasma and Air Interaction
Souto Komine, Yuki Toshima, Yuki Mutoh, Takumi Oyama, Hideyuki Horisawa
Tokai University, Japan
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[a-3] Hyblid Rocket (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsDaisuke Nakata (Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan)
 Kengo Yamamoto (IHI Aerospace, Japan)
2015-a-11 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Development of Wall Regression Model of Hybrid Rocket Solid Fuels
Kazuya Nawata, Shunya Sasaki, Tatsuya Saito, Nobuyuki Oshima, Masashi Wakita, Tsuyoshi Totani, Harunori Nagata
Hokkaido University, Japan
2015-a-12 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Feedback Model for Thrust and O/F Control of Altering-Intensity Swirling-Oxidizer-Flow-Type Hybrid Rocket
Tomoaki Usuki
JAXA, Japan
2015-a-13 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Numerical Analysis of Hybrid Rocket Combustion Chamber Instabilities Using Computational Fluid Dynamics
Goutham Karthikeyan
JAXA, Japan
2015-a-15 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Planning of Fuel Regression-Rate Measurement of Altering-Intensity Swirling-Oxidizer-Flow-Type Hybrid Rocket
Kohei Ozawa1,2, Koki Kitagawa1, Toru Shimada1, Genki Mishima1, Tomoaki Usuki1
1Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA, Japan, 2Research Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
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[a-4] Hyblid Rocket (2)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsJong-Shinn Wu (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)
 Harunori Nagata (Hokkaido University, Japan)
2015-a-16 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Study on a Plasma Jet Igniter for a Hybrid Rocket
Ryota Kimura
Tokai University, Japan
2015-a-18 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Fundamental Study on Clustered Hybrid Rockets for Rocket Sled Propulsion System
Daisuke Nakata, Shuhei Horio, Kazuyuki Higashino, Nobuhiro Tanatsugu
Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-a-19 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Study of Module Type Hybrid Rocket Engine with Multi-Section Swirl Injection Method
Masato Mizuchi1, Kengo Ohe1, Hiroshi Tada1, Masato Yamashita1, Shigeru Aso1, Yasuhiro Tani1, Toru Shimada2
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan
2015-a-20 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
Effect of Post Combustion Chamber on Hybrid Rocket Motor Performance
Shailesh Singh, Palani Kumar, Amit Kumar
IIT Madras, India
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[a-5] Hyblid Rocket (3)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsMasahiro Kanazaki (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
 Shigeru Aso (Kyushu University, Japan)
2015-a-21 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Rheology of Ethanol Based Hybrid Solid Propellant: Effect of Methyl Cellulose Concentration
Jerin John, Botchu. V. S. Jyoti, Seung Wook Baek
School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Systems Engineering Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea
2015-a-22 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Optimization of Ballistic Performance for Launch Vehicle using Hybrid Rocket Engine Based on Enhanced Flight Simulation
Masahiro Kanazaki1, Atthaphon Ariyairt1, Hideyuki Yoda1, Shoma Ito1, Kazuhisa Chiba2, Koki Kitagawa3, Toru Shimada3
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2The University of Electro Communications, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-a-23 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Development of Restartable Hybrid Rocket Motor with Hydrogen Peroxide as Oxidizer
Yu-Lun Li, Cheng-Ru Lu, Hung-Wei Hsu, Yei-Chin Chao
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
2015-a-24 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Development of High-Performance Dual-Vortical Hybrid Rocket Motor
K.R. Lai1, T.H Chou1, S.S. Wei1, J.W. Lin1, J.S. Wu1, Y.S. Chen2
1National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 2National Space Organization, Taiwan
2015-a-25 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Estimation of Hybrid Rocket Nozzle Throat Erosion History
Yuji Saito1, Tsutomu Uematsu2, Hikaru Isochi2, Masashi Wakita1, Tsuyoshi Totani1, Harunori Nagata1
1Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Uematsu Electronic Corporation, Ltd., Japan
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[a-6] Detonation Engine (1)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsJaick Yoh (Seoul National University, Korea)
 Kazuhiro Ishii (Yokohama National University, Japan)
2015-a-26 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Numerical Simulation of Incompletely Premixed Oblique Detonation Stabilized on a Solid Surface
Kazuya Iwata, Shinji Nakaya, Mitsuhiro Tsue
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-a-27 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Experimental Investigation of Producing Combustible Hypersonic Test Gas Flow in Detonation Driven Expansion Tube
Shiki Kitajima, Naoki Morimoto, Shigeru Aso, Yasuhiro Tani
Kyushu University, Japan
2015-a-28 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Optic Visualization of Detonation Reflections in Cylindrical Combustor
Tsunetaro Himono, Keita Kikuchi, Shota Kameyama, Masashi Wakita, Tsuyoshi Totani, Harunori Nagata
Hokkaido University, Japan
2015-a-29 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Influence of Channel Width on Propagation of Cylindrical Detonation Wave
Shota Kameyama1, Shun Nawata2, Tsunetaro Himono1, Keita Kikuchi1, Masashi Wakita1, Tsuyoshi Totani1, Harunori Nagata1
1Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Asahikawa College, Japan
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[a-7] Detonation Engine (2)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsShigeru Aso (Kyushu University, Japan)
 Masashi Wakita (Hokkaido University, Japan)
2015-a-30 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Experimentally Performance Evaluation of a Rotating Detonation Engine with a Conical-Shape Nozzle
Kazuki Ishihara1, Yuichi Kato1, Ken Matsuoka1, Jiro Kasahara1, Akiko Matsuo2, Ikkoh Funaki3
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan, 3ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2015-a-31 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
A Study on Detonation Properties of Ethylene/Methane/Ethane Blended Fuels
Shinji Okada1, Satoshi Shibata1, Hidefumi Kataoka1, Daisuke Segawa1, Kazuhiro Ishii2, Koji Fumoto3, Atsuhiro Kawamura4
1Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, 2Yokohama National University, Japan, 3Hirosaki University, Japan, 4Kushiro National College of Technology, Japan
2015-a-32 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
A Study on Operating Conditions of Rotating Detonation Engine with Internal Mixing
Kazuhiro Ishii, Arato Nojima
Yokohama National University, Japan
2015-a-33 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Evaluation of Thrust Performance on Rotating Detonation Engine for a JP10-Air Mixture
Wataru Yoshida1, Makoto Asahara1, Nobuyuki Tsuboi2, A.Koichi Hayashi1
1Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan, 2Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-a-34 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Numerical Investigation of Wall Temperature Effect on the Structural Response of Thin-Walled Tube under Kerosene-Air Mixture Detonation
Jaick Yoh
Seoul National University, Korea
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[a-8] Cryogenic Fuel
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsJustin Steven Hardi (German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany)
 Takehiro Himeno (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2015-a-35 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Numerical Simulation on Unsteady Cavitation by Direct Interface Capturing Approach
Naoya Takeda1, Takehiro Himeno1, Yutaka Umemura2, Toshinori Watanabe1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-a-36 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Evaluation of Temperature Stratification in Cooling Channels through LE-X Hot-Fire Testing Series
Masaki Adachi1, Daiki Watanabe1, Tadaoki Onga1, Hiroyasu Manako1, Nobuki Negoro2, Akihide Kurosu2, Teiu Kobayashi2, Koichi Okita2
1Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-a-37 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Heat Transfer Characteristics of the Cryogenic Liquid Fuel on a Surface with a Thin Insulating Layer
Daisuke Takeda
Shizuoka University, Japan
2015-a-39 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
Effect of Cross-Sectional Shape and Distance in a Countermeasure of Frost Formation Using an Obstacle
Sota Sato
Shizuoka University, Japan
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[a-9] Rocket Engine Technology (1)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsYoungbin Yoon (Seoul National University, Korea)
 Daiki Watanabe (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan)
2015-a-40 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Characteristics of Jet-Mixing at Supercritical Pressure for Coaxial Rocket Injector Design
Daiki Muto1, Nobuyuki Tsuboi1, Hiroshi Terashima2
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-a-41 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Development of an Improved Swirl Coaxial Injector Design for Liquid Rockets
Tsung -Lin Yeh, Hung-Wei Hsu, Yei-Chin Chao
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
2015-a-42 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Conceptual Design Model of High Altitude Test Stand of Rocket Engine
Takeshi Kanda, Yohhei Ogawa, Daizo Sugimori, Makoto Kojima
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-a-43 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Investigation on Recess Variation of a Shear Coax Injector for a Single Element GOX-GCH4 Combustion Chamber
Simona Silvestri1, Maria Palma Celano1, Christoph Kirchberger2, Gregor Schlieben1, Oskar Haidn1, Oliver Knab3
1Institute of Flight Propulsion (TUM), Germany, 2German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany, 3Airbus Defence & Space, Ottobrunn, Germany
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[a-10] Rocket Engine Technology (2)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsTakeo Tomita (JAXA, Japan)
 Hideto Kawashima (JAXA, Japan)
2015-a-44 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Gaseous Film Cooling Investigation and Model Assessment in a Subscale Single Element GCH4-GOX Combustion Chamber
Maria P. Celano1, Simona Silvestri1, Christoph Kirchberger2, Gregor Schlieben1, Dmitry I. Suslov2, Oskar J. Haidn1
1Institute for Flight Propulsion (TUM), Germany, 2German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
2015-a-45 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Numerical Study of Heat Transfer in Supercritical Turbulent Channel Flow
Takahiko Toki1, Susumu Teramoto1, Soshi Kawai2, Koji Okamoto1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-a-46 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Radiative Heating in Combustion Chamber of Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines
Takeshi Kanda, Masaki Sato
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-a-48 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Dynamic Characteristics of Open-Type Swirl Injector with Geometry Variations
Yunjae Chung, Youngbin Yoon
Seoual National University, Korea
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[a-11] Liquid Rocket Engine
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsSamuel Webster (German Aerospace Agency (DLR), Germany)
 Mitsuaki Tanabe (Nihon University, Japan)
2015-a-49 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Fabrication of the First Prototype Upper Main Combustion Chamber for a New Booster Engine of Japan’s Next Flagship Launch System
William Sack1, Hiroyuki Kobayashi2, Akira Ogawara2, Hideo Sunakawa2, Nobuki Negoro3
1Aerojet Rocketdyne (AR), USA, 2Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), Japan, 3Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2015-a-50 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Development of LE-9 Engine for Next Generation Launch Vehicle
Chinatsu Sezaki1, Tadaoki Onga1, Hiroyasu Manako1, Takashi Tamura1, Tsutomu Mizuno2, Teiu Kobayashi3, Koichi Okita3
1Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan, 2IHI corporation, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-a-51 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Overview of Elemental Research Activities on the LE-X Engine
Takuo Onodera, Yoshio Nunome, Kan Kobayashi, Shinichi Moriya, Takeo Tomita, Akihide Kurosu
Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-a-52 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
KOBRA: Component Modelling for Rocket Engine Cycle Analysis
Armin Herbertz
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Space Propulsion, Germany
2015-a-53 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Hot-Fire Testing of LE-X Thrsut Chamber Assembly
Daiki Watanabe1, Takashi Tamura1, Tadaoki Onga1, Hiroyasu Manako1, Nobuki Negoro2, Akihide Kurosu2, Teiu Kobayashi2, Koichi Okita2
1Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
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[a-12] Rocket Engine Combustion and Acoustics
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 17:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsChinatsu Sezaki (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan)
 William F. Sack (Aerojet Rocketdyne, USA)
2015-a-54 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Response of a Reacting Cryogenic Jet to Transverse Acoustic Instability
Justin Hardi1, Hideto Kawashima2, Samuel Webster1, Michael Oschwald1
1German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-a-55 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Response of Triple Flame to Acoustic Oscillations
Nobuaki Sugiu, Kazunori Motohashi, Masanori Saito, Mitsuaki Tanabe
Nihon University, Japan
2015-a-56 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Acoustic Dissipation in a Sub-Scale Combustion Chamber
Samuel Webster1, Justin Hardi1, Michael Oschwald1,2
1DLRs Institute of Rocket Propulsion, Germany, 2RWTH Aachen University, Germany
2015-a-57 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Self-Excited Non-Linear Acoustic Wave in a Single-Element Model Rocket Combustor and Its Influence on Flame
Mitsuaki Tanabe1, Masanori Saito1, W. Zach Hallum2, Eric J. Meier2, Tristan L. Fuller2, William E. Anderson2
1Nihon University, Japan, 2Purdue University, USA
2015-a-58 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Combustor Resonance Frequency under Unstable Combustion
Hideto Kawashima1, Justin Hardi2, Samuel Webster2, Michael Oschwald2
1JAXA, Japan, 2DLR, Germany
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[a-13] RAM and SCRAM Jet
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsSadatake Tomioka (JAXA, Japan)
 Shuhei Takahashi (Gifu University, Japan)
2015-a-59 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Calculation of Heat Flux in the Pseudo-Shock Region
Kanenori Kato, Takeshi Kanda
JAXA, Japan
2015-a-60 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Combustion Performance of Hydrocarbon Fuel in a Dual-Mode Combustor
Kiyoshi Nojima1, Shin Ishizaki1, Mitsuhiro Soejima1, Sadatake Tomioka2, Noboru Sakuranaka2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-a-61 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
An Experimental Investigation of Streamwise Vortex Enhanced Combustion in Mach 2.5 Supersonic Flow
Noritsugu Kubo1, Sadatake Tomioka2, Shin Ishizaki1, Noboru Sakuranaka2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-a-62 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
The Effect of Swept Angle of Ramp Injector on Supersonic Mixing using Streamwise Vortices
Takakage Arai, Shuntaro Maruyama, Yamato Tsukazaki, Shoji Sakaue
Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
2015-a-63 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Temperature Measurement by Two-Band Emission Method with CO2 and H2O Molecules
Yuki Mori1, Shunya Shimada1, Shuhei Takahashi1, Tadayoshi Ihara1, Shinji Nakaya2, Mitsuhiro Tsue2
1Gifu University, Japan, 2The Universityof Tokyo, Japan
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[a-14] Thruster and Propellants (1)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsShuhei Takahashi (Gifu University, Japan)
 Hiroki Matsunaga (Fukuoka University, Japan)
2015-a-64 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Investigation of Stabilization Effects in Hartmann-Sprenger Tubes
Johannes Schmidt, Martin Hauser, Christian Bauer, Oskar J. Haidn
Technische Universität München, Germany
2015-a-65 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Improvement of Combustion Stability of N2O/DME Bipropellant in Vacuum
Tasuku Uraoka, Yoshikazu Iwao, Yasuyuki Yano, Akira Kakami
University of Miyazaki, Japan
2015-a-66 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Combustion Characteristics of ADN-based Ionic Liquid Propellant
Yuichiro Ide1, Takuya Takahashi2, Keiichiro Iwai2, Katsuhiko Nozoe2, Hiroto Habu3, Shinichiro Tokudome3
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2Carlit Holdings Co., Ltd., Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-a-67 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Response of the Arc Plasma Source to Combustion Chamber Pressure Fluctuation of the Small Size Thruster Using Plasma Support Combustion
Hitoshi Asakawa, Yasuyuki Yano, Hiroaki Murata, Akira Kakami
1University of Miyazaki, Japan
2015-a-68 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Preliminary Design of Catalytic Beds for the H2O2 Decomposition for Space Propulsion Applications
Chiara Boffa, Oskar J. Haidn
Institute for Flight Propulsion (LFA), Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany
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[a-15] Thruster and Propellants (2)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsChristian Bauer (Technische Universität München, Germany)
 Osamu Imamura (Nihon University, Japan)
2015-a-69 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Development of High Performance HAN/HN Based Low Toxic Monopropellant
Shinji Igarashi1, Apollo B. Fukuchi1, Keigo Hatai2, Nobuyuki Azuma2, Hideshi Kagawa2, Hirohide Ikeda2
1IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-a-70 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Fundamental Study on In-Liquid Plasma of HAN Based Propellant
Takahiro Shindo, Asato Wada, Shunsuke Kawabata, Hiroshi Maeda, Toshiaki Iizuka, Hiroki Watanabe, Haruki Takegahara
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2015-a-71 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Performance Comparison between Single and Multi-Electrode System for Electrolytic Decomposition of HAN
Wai Siong Chai
University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, Malaysia
2015-a-72 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Overview of Propellants Development in Malaysia
Tengku Farah Wahida Ku Chik1, Jitkai Chin2, Adhwa Bin Amir Tan1
1National Space Agency Malaysia (ANGKASA), Malaysia, 2University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, Malaysia
2015-a-73 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Decomposition Characteristics of Energetic Ionic Liquid Propellants Based on Dinitramide Salts
Hiroki Matsunaga1, Hiroto Habu2, Atsumi Miyake1
1Yokohama National University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
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[a-16] Thruster and Propellants (3)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 16:00 – 17:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 403
ChairpersonsChiara Boffa (Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany)
 Shinji Igarashi (IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan)
2015-a-74 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Spectroscopic Evaluation on Induction of Chemical Reaction in Green Propellant RCS with Discharge Plasma Catalyzer
Shuka Takeda, Toshiaki Iizuka, Asato Wada, Takahiro Shindo, Hiroki Watanabe, Haruki Takegahara
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2015-a-75 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Lox Evaporation with N2O Catalysis
Genki Mishima
JAXA, Japan
2015-a-76 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Effects of Geometric Swirl Number of Discharge Plasma Catalyzer on Green Monopropellant Reaction Characteristics
Asato Wada, Toshiaki Iizuka, Takahiro Shindo, Shunsuke Kawabata, Hiroshi Maeda, Hiroki Watanabe, Haruki Takegahara
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2015-a-77 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Eutectic Mechanism of Energetic Ionic Liquid Propellants Based on Ammonium Dinitramide
Masataka Itakura1, Hiroki Matsunaga1, Hiroto Habu2, Atsumi Miyake1
1Yokohama National University, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
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IEPC Opening
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 8:30 – 8:45
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
Chairpersons  
   
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[b-1-1] World EP activities
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonsStefanos Fasoulas (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
 Yoshihiro Arakawa (Teikyo Heisei University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-01/ISTS-2015-b-01 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Overview of Electric Propulsion Research Activities in Japan
Haruki Takegahara1, Shunjiro Shinohara2, Takao Tanikawa3, Akira Ando4, Hirokazu Tahara5, Akihiro Sasoh6, Kimiya Komurasaki7, Hitoshi Kuninaka8, Ikkoh Funaki8, Takeshi Miyasaka9, Naoji Yamamoto10
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, 3Tokai University, Japan, 4Tohoku University, Japan, 5Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 6Nagoya University, Japan, 7The University of Tokyo, Japan, 8JAXA, ISAS, Japan, 9Gifu University, Japan, 10Kyushu University, Japan
IEPC-2015-02/ISTS-2015-b-02 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
European Space Agency (ESA) Electric Propulsion Activities
J. Gonzalez del Amo
European Space Agency, ESTEC, The Netherlands
IEPC-2015-03/ISTS-2015-b-03 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Experience of Moscow Aviation Institute in the Field of Electric Propulsion: History and State of the Art
Sergey Khartov, Andrey Nadiradze, Igor Nazarenko, Stanislav Sevruk, Maria Smirnova
Moscow Aviation Institute National Research University, Russia
IEPC-2015-04/ISTS-2015-b-04 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Space Systems Loral Electric Propulsion Subsystem: 10 Years of on Orbit Operation
Jorge J. Delgado, Jeff A. Baldwin
Space Systems Loral, USA
IEPC-2015-05/ISTS-2015-b-05 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
An Overview of Electric Propulsion Activities at CNES
Claude Boniface, Nicolas Arcis
Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES), France
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[b-1-2] Demonstration Missions with EP
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Ikuta"
ChairpersonsRichard R. Hofer (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA)
 Naoki Nagao (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-06/ISTS-2015-b-06 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
DEMOCRITOS Demonstrators for Realization of Nuclear Electric Propulsion of the European Roadmaps MEGAHIT & DiPoP
Frank Jansen1, Waldemar Bauer1, Frédéric Masson2, Jean-Marc Ruault2, Jean-Claude Worms3, Emmanouil Detsis3, Francois Lassoudiere4, Richard Granjon4, Enrico Gaia5, Maria Cristina Tosi5, Anatoly S. Koroteev6, Alexander V. Semenkin6, Tim Tinsley7, Zara Hodgson7, Christoph Koppel8, Lamartine Nogueira Frutuoso Guimarães9
1DLR Bremen, Germany, 2CNES Paris, France, 3ESF Strasbourg, France, 4Airbus Safran Launchers, France, 5Thales Alenia Space Torino, Italy, 6Keldysh Research Center Moscow, Russia, 7National Nuclear Laboratory, UK, 8KopooS Consulting Ind. Paris (for DiPoP Consortium), France, 9Instituto de Estudos Avançados, Brazil
IEPC-2015-07/ISTS-2015-b-07 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Performance Characterization of the Solar Electric Propulsion Technology Demonstration Mission 12.5-kW Hall Thruster
Hani Kamhawi1, Thomas Haag1, Wensheng Huang1, Daniel Herman1, Robert Thomas1, Rohit Shasrty1, John Yim1, Li Chang1, Lauren Clayman1, Timothy Verhey1, Christopher Griffith2, James Myers2, George Williams3, Ioannis Mikellides4, Richard Hofer4, James Polk4, Ben Jorns4
1NASA Glenn Research Center, USA, 2Vantage Partners LLC, USA, 3Ohio Aerospace Institute, USA, 4Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA
IEPC-2015-09/ISTS-2015-b-09 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Propulsion System Testing for the Iodine Satellite (iSAT) Demonstration Mission
Kurt A. Polzin1, Hani Kamhawi2
1NASA-Marshall Space Flight Center, USA, 2NASA-Glenn Research Center, USA
IEPC-2015-08/ISTS-2015-b-08 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
The Development of the Ion Propulsion System for the Solar Electric Propulsion Technology Demonstration Mission
Daniel Andrew Herman
NASA Glenn Research Center, USA
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[b-1-3] Hall Thruster Diagnostics
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Nunobiki"
ChairpersonsRostislav Spektor (The Aerospace Corporation, USA)
 Naoji Yamamoto (Kyushu University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-10/ISTS-2015-b-10 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Performance and Plume Characterization of the SPT100-D Thruster
F. Scortecci1, S. Scaranzin1, D. Pagano1, G. Meniconi1, N. Kutufa2
1Aerospazio Tecnologie s.r.l., Italy, 2ESA/ESTEC, The Netherlands
IEPC-2015-12/ISTS-2015-b-12 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Assessment of Azimuthal Homogeneity of Neutral Gas in a Hall Effect Thruster using Electron Beam Fluorescence
Julien Jarrige1, Denis Packan1, Olivier Duchemin2, Lahib Balika2
1ONERA-The French Aerospace Lab, France, 2SNECMA, France
IEPC-2015-13/ISTS-2015-b-13 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Local Plasma Parameter Measurement in Hall Thruster
Andriy Loyan, Nikolay Koshelev, Maksym Titov
Zhukovsky National Aerospace University "KhA", Ukraine
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[b-1-4] Cathode Modelling & Simulation
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kitano"
ChairpersonsAndrity Loyan (National Aerospace University, Kharkov Aviation Institute"KhAI", Ukraine)
 Shigeru Yokota (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
IEPC-2015-14/ISTS-2015-b-14 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Hollow Cathode Modelling: a First Approach on Scaling Laws
Gaétan Sary1,2, Laurent Garrigues1,2, Jean-Pierre Boeuf1,2
1Laplace, Université de Toulouse, UPS, INPT Toulouse, France, 2CNRS, Laplace, France
IEPC-2015-15/ISTS-2015-b-15 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Hybrid-PIC Simulation on Plasma Flow of Hollow Cathode
Kenichi Kubota1, Yuya Oshio1, Hiroki Watanabe2, Shinatora Cho1, Yasushi Ohkawa1, Ikkoh Funaki1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
IEPC-2015-16/ISTS-2015-b-16 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Numerical Simulation of Keeper Erosion in a 6-kW Laboratory Hall Thruster
Maria Choi, Iain D. Boyd
University of Michigan Ann Arbor, U.S.A.
IEPC-2015-17/ISTS-2015-b-17 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Study on Hollow Cathode Model and Inner Pressure
Bingjan An, Zhongxi Ning, Daren Yu
Harbin Institute of Technology, China
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[b-1-5] Pulse Plasma Thruster Research Overview
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kikusui"
ChairpersonsStephen Gabriel (University of Southampton, UK)
 Tony Schoenherr (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
IEPC-2015-18/ISTS-2015-b-18 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
SSC ZOND with APPT Based EPS
Nickolay N. Antropov1, Michael N. Kazeev2, Vladimir P. Khodnenko3
1Research Institute of Applied Mechanics and Electrodynamics, Russia, 2National Research Centre, Russia, 3All-Russian Research Institute of Electromechanics, Russia
IEPC-2015-20/ISTS-2015-b-20 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Review of Thermal Pulsed Plasma Thruster: Concept, Categorization, and Application
Yung-An Chan1, Georg Herdrich1, Tony Schönherr2
1University of Stuttgart, Germeny, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
IEPC-2015-21/ISTS-2015-b-21 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Pulsed Plasma Thruster - Subsystem Engineering at IRS
Matthias Lau, Georg Herdrich
University of Stuttgart, Germany
IEPC-2015-22/ISTS-2015-b-22 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Research and Development of High-Power Electrothermal Pulsed Plasma Thruster Systems for Osaka Institute of Technology 2nd PROITERES Nano-Satellite
Keita Kanaoka1, Ryota Fujita1, Rikio Muraoka1, Hirokazu Tahara1, Takashi Wakizono2
1Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 2High Serve, Japan
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[b-1-6] Nuclear Powered Propulsion
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Waraku"
ChairpersonsAnthony Pancotti (MSNW LLC, USA)
 Shunjiro Shinohara (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-23/ISTS-2015-b-23 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
System Oriented Development of Fusion Propulsion Concepts
Roland Antonius Gabrielli, Georg Herdrich
Stuttgart University, Germany
IEPC-2015-24/ISTS-2015-b-24 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Research on Specific Mass of High Power Nuclear Electric Propulsion System with High Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactor
Cheng Zhou, Ge Wang, Yanming Wei, Junqiang Liang, Jun Gao, Zhangyang Tang
Beijing Institute of Control Engineering, China
IEPC-2015-25/ISTS-2015-b-25 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Schematic Design of Mars Exploration Mission with Nuclear Electric Propulsion System
Wang Ge, Zhou Cheng, Liang Junqiang, Gao Jun
Beijing Institute of Control Engineering, China
IEPC-2015-26/ISTS-2015-b-26 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Preliminary Results on a Low-Energy RMF FRC Translation Experiment for Space Propulsion
Carrie Hill1, Nolan Uchizono1, Michael Holmes2
1ERC Inc, USA, 2US Air Force Research Laboratory, USA
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[b-2-1] Overview of R&D activites
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonsGiorgio Saccoccia (European Space Agency, Netherlands)
 Haruki Takegahara (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-28/ISTS-2015-b-28 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
R&D Activities of Electric Propulsion in Japan
Yasuhiro Saito, Kiyoshi Kinefuchi, Naoki Nagao, Koichi Okita, Hitoshi Kuninaka
JAXA, Japan
IEPC-2015-29/ISTS-2015-b-29 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Electric Propulsion Activities at ONERA
Denis Packan1, Paul-Quentin Elias1, Julien Jarrige1, Felix Cannat1,2, Clément Zaepffel1, Julien Labaune1, Trevor Lafleur1,2
1Onera – The French Aerospace Lab., France, 2Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas –CNRS, France
IEPC-2015-30/ISTS-2015-b-30 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Electric Propulsion Developments at Rafael
Jacob Herscovitz, Zvi (Zucki) Zuckerman
Space Systems Directorate, ISRAEL
IEPC-2015-31/ISTS-2015-b-31 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
The Electric Propulsion Progress in LIP-2015
Tianping Zhang, Le Yang, Hao Yang, Xianming Wu, Jianfei Long, Mingming Sun
Lanzhou Insitue of Physics, China
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[b-2-2] Near-Earth Missions with EP
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 13:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Ikuta"
ChairpersonsHani Kamhawi (NASA Glenn Research Center, USA)
 Yasushi Ohkawa (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-33/ISTS-2015-b-33 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Water Electrical Propulsion System Combined with Manned Space Mission
Yuichiro Nogawa1, Hirokazu Tahara2
1Splije LLC, Japan, 2Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-34/ISTS-2015-b-34 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Electrical Propulsion System in the Control of Earth Observing Spacecraft
Vladimir P. Khodnenko
VNIIEM Corporation' JSC, Russia
IEPC-2015-35/ISTS-2015-b-35 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Electric Propulsion Subsystem Optimization for an IBS Mission
Filippo Cichocki1, Mario Merino1, Eduardo Ahedo1, Davar Feili2, Mercedes Ruiz3
1University of Carlos III of Madrid, Spain, 2University of Southampton, UK, 3SENER Group, Spain
IEPC-2015-36/ISTS-2015-b-36 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Quad Confinement Thruster – Qualification & Flight Integration
Oliver Lane1, Aaron Knoll2
1Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd., UK, 2University of Surrey, UK
IEPC-2015-37/ISTS-2015-b-37 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Thruster Subsystem for the United States Naval Academy’s (USNA) Ballistically Reinforced Communication Satellite (BRICSat-P)
George Teel1, Joseph Lukas1, Samantha Hurley1, Samudra Haque1, Michael Keidar1, Christopher Dinelli2, Jin Kang2
1The George Washington University, USA, 2The United States Naval Academy, USA
IEPC-2015-38/ISTS-2015-b-38 ( 12:40 - 13:00 )
Mission Analysis for Launching All Electric Propulsion Satellites on ISRO Launch Vehicles
Ashish Mishra, Yogesh Khedar
Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre, ISRO, India
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[b-2-3] Hall Thruster New Ideas
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Nunobiki"
ChairpersonsVladimir Kim (Moscow Aviation Institute, Russia)
 Koichi Mori (Nagoya University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-39/ISTS-2015-b-39 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Study on Digital Control Anode Power Supply for Hall Thruster
Hiroyuki Osuga1, Ikuro Suga2, Fujio Kurokawa3, Naoji Yamamoto4, Shigeyuki Shimada5
1Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Kamakura Works, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Living Environment Systems Laboratory, Japan, 3Nagasaki University, Japan, 4Kyushu University, Japan, 5Nagano Japan Radio Co., Ltd., Japan
IEPC-2015-40/ISTS-2015-b-40 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Optimization Tools Dedicated to Hall Effect Thruster Magnetic Circuits
Alberto Rossi, Satafa Sanogo, Frédéric Messine, Carole Henaux
LAPLACE Laboratory, INP Toulouse, France
IEPC-2015-41/ISTS-2015-b-41 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
EEDF Control of a Hall Thruster Plasma Using a Downstream Reverse Orientation Cathode
Kimberly R. Trent, Alec D. Gallimore
University of Michigan, USA
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[b-2-4] LaB6 Cathode
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kitano"
ChairpersonsBenjamin Alexander Jorns (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA)
 Hiroki Watanabe (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-43/ISTS-2015-b-43 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Lanthanum Hexaboride Hollow Cathode for the Asteroid Retrieval/Redirect Mission Hall Thruster
Dan M. Goebel, James E. Polk, Ioannis G. Mikellides, Alejandro Lopez Ortega
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA
IEPC-2015-44/ISTS-2015-b-44 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Thermal Characteristics of Lanthanum Hexaboride Hollow Cathodes
James Polk, Pablo Guerrero, Dan Goebel, Ioannis Mikellides, Ira Katz
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA
IEPC-2015-45/ISTS-2015-b-45 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
The Performance of a Hollow Cathode with LaB6 of New Structure
Haiguang Zhang, Zhongxi Ning, Daren Yu
Harbin Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-46/ISTS-2015-b-46 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Flexible LaB6 Hollow Cathode for Lab Tests
Daniele Frollani1, Michele Coletti1, Stephen B. Gabriel2
1Mars Space Ltd., UK, 2University of Southampton, UK
IEPC-2015-47/ISTS-2015-b-47 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Development of a LaB6 Cathode for High-Power Hall Thrusters
Daniela Pedrini1, Riccardo Albertoni2, Fabrizio Paganucci1, Mariano Andrenucci2
1University of Pisa, Italy, 2ALTA S.p.A., Italy
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[b-2-5] Pulse Plasma Thruster Performance
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kikusui"
ChairpersonsMichael Keidar (The George Washington University, USA)
 Hirokazu Tahara (Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-48/ISTS-2015-b-48 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Performance Analysis of a Double Discharge Pulsed Plasma Thruster by Varying the Energy Distribution Amongst Its Two Stages
Luis Francisco Chrispim Marin, Rodrigo Intini Marques
INPE - The Brazilian National Institute for Space Research, Brazil
IEPC-2015-49/ISTS-2015-b-49 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Non-Phase-Difference Rogowski Coil for Measuring Pulsed Plasma Thruster Discharge Current
Zhang Zhe, Tang Haibin, Zhangzun
Beihang university, China
IEPC-2015-50/ISTS-2015-b-50 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Design and Testing of a Small Inductive Pulsed Plasma Thruster
Adam K. Martin, Richard H. Eskridge, Alexandra Dominguez, Kurt A. Polzin, Daniel P. Riley, Adam C. Kimberlin
NASA-Marshall Space Flight Center, USA
IEPC-2015-51/ISTS-2015-b-51 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Development of an Engineering Optimization tool for Miniature Pulsed Plasma Thrusters
Igor O. Golosnoy1, Stephen B. Gabriel1, Simone Ciaralli2, Michele Coletti2
1University of Southampton, UK, 2Mars Space Ltd., UK
IEPC-2015-52/ISTS-2015-b-52 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Development of a Numerical Model for the Optimization of Pulse Plasma Thrusters Performance
Simone Ciaralli1, Michele Coletti1, Igor Golosnoy2, Stephen B. Gabriel2
1Mars Space Ltd., UK, 2University of Southampton, UK
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[b-2-6] Micro-cathode/Vacuum Arc Thrusters
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Waraku"
ChairpersonsSerge Barral (QuinteScience, Poland)
 Hideto Mashidori (Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-53/ISTS-2015-b-53 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Analysis of Ignition of the Micro Cathode Arc Thruster
George Teel, Joseph Lukas, Alexey Shashurin, Michael Keidar
The George Washington University, USA
IEPC-2015-54/ISTS-2015-b-54 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Experimental Investigation of an Aluminium Fuelled Vacuum Arc Thruster
Jonathan Kolbeck1, Aaron Knoll2
1Technical University of Berlin, Germany, 2Surrey Space Centre, UK
IEPC-2015-56/ISTS-2015-b-56 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Analysis of Vacuum Arc using Solar Array Materials
Joel Slotten, George Teel, Dereck Chiu, Michael Keidar
The George Washington University, USA
IEPC-2015-57/ISTS-2015-b-57 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Numerical Studies of Micro-Cathode Arc Thruster Plume Expansion
Lubos Brieda1, Michael Keidar2
1Particle In Cell Consulting LLC, USA, 2The George Washington University, USA
IEPC-2015-58/ISTS-2015-b-58 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
High Specific Impulse Vacuum Arc Thrusters with Novel Electrode Designs and Arc Operation
Jonathan Lun1,2, Craig Law1
1University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, 2South African National Space Agency, South Africa
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[b-3-1] EP Research Laboratories' Report
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonsRoger Myers (Aerojet Rocketdyne, USA)
 Akihiro Sasoh (Nagoya University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-59/ISTS-2015-b-59 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
DLR’s Electric Propulsion Test Facility – the First Two Years of Operation
Andreas Neumann, Christopher Geile, Stefan Stämm, Klaus Hannemann
DLR (German Aerospace Center), Germany
IEPC-2015-60/ISTS-2015-b-60 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
ESA Propulsion Laboratory at ESTEC
Eduard Bosch Borràs, José González del Amo, Alexandra Bulit
European Space Agency, ESTEC, The Netherlands
IEPC-2015-61/ISTS-2015-b-61 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
The New Brazilian Laboratory of Electric Propulsion Research, Development and Lifetime Tests
Gilberto Marrega Sandonato, Rodrigo Intini Marques, Fernando de Souza Costa, José Américo, Neves Gonçalves, Ricardo Toshiyuki Irita
National Institute for Space Research- INPE –, Brazil
IEPC-2015-62/ISTS-2015-b-62 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Measurement of Plasma Parameters in the Plume of Electric Propulsion Devices – Recent Works Performed at the ESA Propulsion Laboratory
Käthe Dannenmayer, Alexandra Bulit, José Gonzalez del Amo
European Space Agency – ESTEC, The Netherlands
IEPC-2015-63/ISTS-2015-b-63 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
A Review of Plasma Thruster Work at the Australian National University
Rod Boswell, Christine Charles
Space Plasma Power and Propulsion, Australia
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[b-3-2] Interplanetary Flight by EP
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Ikuta"
ChairpersonsKurt Alexander Polzin (NASA-Marshall Space Flight Center, USA)
 Masakatsu Nakano (Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-64/ISTS-2015-b-64 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Advanced Solar Electric Propulsion for Planetary Defense and Asteroid Resource Utilization
John R. Brophy
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology Pasadena, USA
IEPC-2015-65/ISTS-2015-b-65 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Electric Propulsion for Deep Space: a Study Case « JUpiter ICy Moon » with Electric Propulsion
Frederic Marchandise1, Christophe R. Koppel2
1Snecma Safran Group, France, 2KopooS Consulting Ind., France
IEPC-2015-66/ISTS-2015-b-66 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Modeling of Force Impact on Large-Sized Object of Space Debris Ion Injection
Andrey Nadiradze1, Vladimir Obukhov2, Garri Popov2, Victoria Svotina2
1Moscow Aviation Institute, Russia, 2Research Institute of Applied Mechanics and Electrodynamics of MAI, Russia
IEPC-2015-67/ISTS-2015-b-67 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Electrodeless Lorentz Force (ELF) Thruster for ISRU and Sample Return Mission
Anthony Pancotti, David Kirtley, John Slough, Justin Little
MSNW LLC, USA
IEPC-2015-68/ISTS-2015-b-68 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Mars Mission Trade Studies and Technology Development of a 36 MW Fusion Rocket
Anthony Pancotti1, John Slough1, George Votroubek1, Akihisa Shimazu2
1MSNW LLC, USA, 2University of Washington, USA
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[b-3-3] Hall Thruster Plume Interaction
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Nunobiki"
ChairpersonsTommaso Misuri (Alta S.p.A., Italy)
 Takanobu Muranaka (Chukyo University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-69/ISTS-2015-b-69 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Performance and Plume Characterization of the BHT-1500 Hall Thruster
Kevin D. Diamant1, Thomas J. Curtiss1, Rostislav Spektor1, Edward J. Beiting1, Vlad Hruby2, Bruce Pote2, Juraj Kolencik2, Surjeet Paintal2
1The Aerospace Corporation, USA, 2The Busek Company, USA
IEPC-2015-70/ISTS-2015-b-70 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Characteristics of Side by Side Operation of Hall Thruster
Takeshi Miyasaka, Katsuo Asato, Daiki Furuta, Yudai Uyama, Ryota Goto, Daichi Shimizu, Mikoto Yoshida, Masahiro Sakoda, Yoshimi Miyake
Gifu University, JAPAN
IEPC-2015-71/ISTS-2015-b-71 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Plume Modelling of a Two CAMILA Hall Thrusters Cluster for Thrust Vectoring
Matteo Laterza, Moshe Guelman
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
IEPC-2015-72/ISTS-2015-b-72 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
A Model-Based Analysis of Stationary Plasma Thruster Interference in Radio-Frequency Range
Nikolay Vazhenin, Andrey Plokhikh, Galina Soganova
Research Institute of Applied Mechanics and Electrodynamics of MAI, Russia
IEPC-2015-310/ISTS-2015-b-310 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
The Importance of the Cathode Plume and Its Interactions with the Ion Beam in Numerical Simulations of Hall Thrusters
Alejandro Lopez Ortega, Ioannis G. Mikellides
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA
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[b-3-4] Cathode Plume (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kitano"
ChairpersonsJames Polk (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA)
 Akira Iwakawa (Nagoya University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-73/ISTS-2015-b-73 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Plume Structure Study of Hollow Cathode in Bias Voltage Conditions
Qimeng Xia, Kan Xie, Xiangyang Liu, Zhiwen Wu, Ningfei Wang
School of Aerospace Engineering, Beijing Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-74/ISTS-2015-b-74 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
The High Frequency of Ion Acoustic Waves (Potential Oscillations) near the Cathode in Ion Thrusters
Yu. Qin, Kan. Xie, JiTing. Ouyang
1Beijing Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-75/ISTS-2015-b-75 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Atomic Oxygen Effect to Performance of the Hollow Cathode of 20mN Ion Thruster
Yasutaka Inanaga1, Toshiyuki Ozaki1, Gaku Oinuma1, Kazuo Shuto1, Yukio Hayakawa2, Hiroshi Nagano2
1MELCO, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
IEPC-2015-77/ISTS-2015-b-77 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Influence of Magnetic Field on Hollow Cathode Discharge Characteristics
Tianhang Meng, Zhongxi Ning, Daren Yu
Harbin Institute of Technology, China
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[b-3-5] Pulse Plasma Thruster Physics (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kikusui"
ChairpersonsMichael Kazeev (NRC Kurchatov Institute, Russia)
 Hideto Mashidori (Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-78/ISTS-2015-b-78 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Ablation and Ionization Phenomenon in a Teflon Pulsed Plasma Thruster
Lei Yang1, Yuping Huang1, Haibin Tang2, Xiangyang Liu3
1Beijing Research Institute of Precise Mechatronic Controls, China, 2Beihang University, China, 3Beijing Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-79/ISTS-2015-b-79 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Investigation of Discharge Arc Phenomena in Ablative PPT
Tony Schönherr1, Marcus Stein1,2, Kimiya Komurasaki1, Georg Herdrich2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2University of Stuttgart, Germany
IEPC-2015-80/ISTS-2015-b-80 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Short Pulse Characteristics of a Laser-Assisted Pulsed Plasma Thruster
Kouta Matsubara, Hiroshi Hosokawa, Nao Akashi, Haruna Hasegawa, Hideyuki Horisawa
Tokai University, Japan
IEPC-2015-81/ISTS-2015-b-81 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
High Pulse Repetition Frequency Operation of a Low-Power Short-Pulse Plasma Thruster
Yuki Nakamura, Hideyuki Horisawa
Tokai University, Japan
IEPC-2015-82/ISTS-2015-b-82 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Study of a Coaxial Vacuum Arc Thruster Plume and Its Interaction with Applied Magnetic Field
Manuel Jimenez Diaz1,2, Freddy Gaboriau1,2, Laurent Liard1,2, Antoine Blanchet3, Luc Herrero3, Gerjan J M Hagelaar1,2, Laurent Garrigues1,2
1Université de Toulouse, France, 2CNRS, France, 3COMAT, France
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[b-3-6] Advanced Propulsion Concept (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Waraku"
ChairpersonsWonho Choe (KAIST, Korea)
 Hiroyuki Shiraishi (Daido University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-83/ISTS-2015-b-83 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Research on Jet Extraction Modes of Inertial Electrostatic Confinement Devices for Electric Propulsion Applications
Constanze Syring, Georg Herdrich
University of Stuttgart, Germany
IEPC-2015-84/ISTS-2015-b-84 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Modeling Low Current E x B Discharge Seeded by Metallic Plasma
Igal Kronhaus
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
IEPC-2015-87/ISTS-2015-b-87 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
A High Power Electrodeless Plasma Thruster Operated with a FET-Based Inverter Power Supply
Takayoshi Ishiyama, Aiki Chiba, Kazunori Takahashi, Atsushi Komuro, Akira Ando
Tohoku University, Japan
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[b-4-1] Ion Thruster Research Overview (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonsJoseph Cassady (Aerojet Rocketdyne, USA)
 Hitoshi Kuninaka (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-88/ISTS-2015-b-88 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
In-Flight Operation of the Dawn Ion Propulsion System: Arrival at Ceres
Charles Garner, Marc Rayman
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology Pasadena, USA
IEPC-2015-89/ISTS-2015-b-89 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Overview of the Research Activities of the RITSAT-Project
Peter J. Klar1, Klaus Hannemann1,2, Ubbo Ricklefs3, Hans Leiter4
1Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany, 2DLR Goettingen, Germany, 3THM University of Applied Sciences, Germany, 4Airbus DS Lampoldshausen, Germany
IEPC-2015-90/ISTS-2015-b-90 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Evolution of the AIRBUS DS GmbH Radio Frequency Ion Thruster Family
Hans J. Leiter, Christian Altmann, Ralf Kukies, Jürgen Kuhmann, Jan-Patrick Porst
Airbus DS GmbH, Germany
IEPC-2015-91/ISTS-2015-b-91 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Overview of RIT Simulation Areas in Giessen with Focus on Plasma Simulation
Robert Henrich1, Michael Becker1, Waldemar Gärtner1, Chris Volkmar2, Kristof Holste1, Christian Heiliger1
1Justus-Liebig-University of Giessen, Germany, 2Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen, Germany
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[b-4-2] Orbital Transfer with EP
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Ikuta"
ChairpersonsJose Antonio Gonzalez del Amo (European Space Agency, the Netherlands)
 Yasuhiro Saitoh (Space Transportation System Research and Development Center, Japan)
IEPC-2015-95/ISTS-2015-b-95 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
A Relation between Fuel-Optimal Low-Thrust Trajectories and Two-Body Orbits
Shengxian Yu, Changyin Zhao
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
IEPC-2015-96/ISTS-2015-b-96 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Integration of a Electric Propulsion Orbit Transfer Optimiser into a Spacecraft Simulator (ESPSS -EcosimPro® European Space Propulsion System Simulation)
Christophe R. Koppel
KopooS Consulting Ind., France
IEPC-2015-97/ISTS-2015-b-97 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Electric Propulsion for Station Keeping and Electric Orbit Raising on Eutelsat Platforms
C. Casaregola
Eutelsat S.A., France
IEPC-2015-98/ISTS-2015-b-98 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Electric Propulsion Module for the Extension of VEGA Launch Vehicle Payload Capability
Gianluca Ascanio1, Tommaso Fossati1, Marco Pizzarelli2, Mauro Federici2, Davide Nicolini3
1CGS SpA Compagnia Generale per lo Spazio, Italy, 2Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy, 3ESA European Space Agency, Italy
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[b-4-3] Low Power Hall Thruster
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Nunobiki"
ChairpersonsEduardo Ahedo (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)
 Takeshi Miyasaka (Gifu University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-99/ISTS-2015-b-99 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
PlaS-40 Development Status: New Results
M. Yu. Potapenko, V. V. Gopanchuk, S. V. Olotin
FSUE EDB Fakel, Russia
IEPC-2015-100/ISTS-2015-b-100 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Magnetically Shielded Miniature Hall Thruster: Development and Performance Analysis of MaSMi v2
Ryan Conversano1, Dan Goebel2, Richard Hofer2, Ioannis Mikellides2, Richard Wirz1
1The University of California, USA, 2Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA
IEPC-2015-101/ISTS-2015-b-101 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Development and Experimentation of CAM200 - Low-Power High-Performance Hall Thruster
Raanan Eytan1, Avi Warshavsky1, Dan Lev1, Leonid Appel1, Alexander Kapulkin2, Maxim Rubanovich2
1Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd., 2Asher Space Research Institute, Technion Israel Institute of Technology
IEPC-2015-102/ISTS-2015-b-102 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Alta 100 W-Class Hall Effect Thruster for Low-Power Satellites
T. Misuri, C. Ducci, R. Albertoni, D. Pedrini, M. Andrenucci
Alta S.p.A, Italy
IEPC-2015-103/ISTS-2015-b-103 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
Development of CAM200 a Low-Power High-Performance Hall EFFECT Thruster
Abraham Warshavsky1, Dan Lev1, Raanan Eytan1, Gal Alon1, Alexander Kapulkin2, Maxim Rubanovitz2
1Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd., Israel, 2Asher Space Research Institute (ASRI), Israel
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[b-4-4] Cathode Plume (2)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kitano"
ChairpersonsJames Polk (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA)
 Kimiya Komurasaki (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
IEPC-2015-104/ISTS-2015-b-104 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Effect of Ionization Distribution on Hollow Cathode Discharge Mode
Zhongxi Ning, Tianhang Meng, Bingjian An
Harbin Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-105/ISTS-2015-b-105 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Experimental Study of Electron Beam Extraction from ECR Neutralize
Juan Yang1, Yizhou Jin1, Litao Luo1, Yuquan Wang1, Hui Liu2
1Northwestern Polytechnic University, China, 2Harbin Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-106/ISTS-2015-b-106 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Effects of Magnetic Field Amplitude on the Near-Cathode Ion Velocity Distribution
Marcel Georgin, Christopher Durot, Alec D. Gallimore
University of Michigan, USA
IEPC-2015-107/ISTS-2015-b-107 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Experimental Validation of the Effect of Microwave Power Addition on Hollow Cathode Performance
Christopher J. Wordingham, PierreYves C. R. Taunay, Edgar Y. Choueiri
Princeton University, USA
IEPC-2015-108/ISTS-2015-b-108 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
Experimental Study of the Effects of Different Design Parameters on the Plasma Characteristics and the Extracted Current of a Prototype Radio-Frequency ICP Cathode
Sina Jahanbakhsh, Mert Satir, Murat Celik
Bogazici University, Turkey
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[b-4-5] Pulse Plasma Thruster Physics (2)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kikusui"
ChairpersonsMichael Kazeev (NRC Kurchatov Institute, Russia)
 Akira Kakami (University of Miyazaki, Japan)
IEPC-2015-109/ISTS-2015-b-109 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Plasma Behaviours and Magnetic Field Distributions of a Short-Pulse Laser-Assisted Pulsed Plasma Thruster
Nao Akashi, Hiroto Moriya, Yuji Oigawa, Hiroshi Hosokawa, Hideyuki Horisawa
Tokai University, Japan
IEPC-2015-110/ISTS-2015-b-110 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Study on Propellant Carbonization Process of Pulsed Plasma Thruster
Guanyu Zuo, Xiangyang Liu, Siyu Wang, Ningfei Wang, Zhiwen Wu, Kan Xie
Beijing Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-111/ISTS-2015-b-111 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Study on the Ignition of Pulse Plasma Thrusters
Tiankun Huang, Zhiwen Wu, Shiyue Yuan, Xiangyang Liu, Kan Xie, Ningfei Wang, Yue Cheng
Beijing Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-112/ISTS-2015-b-112 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Study on Heat Transfer Mechanism of Teflon Surface in Pulsed Plasma Thruster
Siyu Wang, Xiangyang Liu, Zhiwen Wu, Kan Xie, Yue Cheng, Ningfei Wang
Beijing Institute of Technology, China
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[b-4-6] Advanced Propulsion Concept (2)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Waraku"
ChairpersonsWonho Choe (KAIST, Korea)
 Yasuhisa Oda (Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan)
IEPC-2015-114/ISTS-2015-b-114 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Proof-Of-Concept Demonstration of the PEGASES Plasma Thruster
Trevor Lafleur1,2, Dmytro Rafalskyi1, Pascaline Grondein1, Pascal Chabert1, Ane Aanesland1
1Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas, Ecole Polytechnique, France, 2ONERA-The French Aerospace Lab, France
IEPC-2015-115/ISTS-2015-b-115 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Antenna-Wave Coupling Efficiency in the Direct Wave-Drive Thruster
Matthew S. Feldman, Edgar Y. Choueiri
Princeton University, USA
IEPC-2015-116/ISTS-2015-b-116 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Alternative Neutralization Technique for a 40 Watt Quad Confinement Thruster
Aaron Knoll, Thomas Harle
University of Surrey, UK
IEPC-2015-117/ISTS-2015-b-117 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Collisionless Electron Cooling on Magnetized Plasma Expansions: Advances on Modelling
Jaume Navarro-Cavallé1, Sara Correyero1, Eduardo Ahedo2
1Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain, 2Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (EP2-UC3M), Spain
IEPC-2015-118/ISTS-2015-b-118 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
A Langmuir Probe Investigation of the Plasma Properties of the Jet from an Inertial Electrostatic Confinement Device IEPC-2015-xxx
C. Ryan, André Peyraud, A. Knoll
University of Surrey, UK
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[b-5-1] Thrusters for Microsatellites: FEEP & Colloid Thrusters
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonsDavid Krejci (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)
 Yoshinori Nakayama (National Defense Academy, Japan)
IEPC-2015-119/ISTS-2015-b-119 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Ion Emitters for Potential Micro-Thruster Applications
Daniel Reppin, Florian Kuhl, Torsten Henning, Jürgen Janek, Peter J. Klar
Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany
IEPC-2015-120/ISTS-2015-b-120 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Colloid Emitters in Photostructurable Polymer Technology: Fabrication and Characterisation Progress Report
Katharina Huhn1, Torsten Henning1, Stefan Hengsbach2, Peter J. Klar1
1Justus Liebig University, Germany, 2Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
IEPC-2015-121/ISTS-2015-b-121 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
NanoFEEP on UWE Platform - Formation Flying of CubeSats using Miniaturized Field Emission Electric Propulsion Thrusters
Daniel Bock1, Alexander Kramer2, Philip Bangert3, Klaus Schilling3, Martin Tajmar1
1Technische Universität Dresden, Germany, 2Zentrum fuer Telematik, Gerbrunn, Germany, 3Würzburg University, Germany
IEPC-2015-122/ISTS-2015-b-122 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Investigation of Capillary Type Liquid Metal Ion Emitters
C. Scharlemann1, Nembo Buldrini2, Florin Plesescu2, Alexander Reissner2
1The University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt, Austria, 2FOTEC Forschungs- und Technologietransfer GmbH, Austria
IEPC-2015-123/ISTS-2015-b-123 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Testing and Modelling of the mN-FEEP Start-Up Performance
Alexander Reissner1, Nembo Buldrini1, Bernhard Seifert1, Thomas Hörbe1, Florin Plesescu1, Carsten Scharlemann2, Jose Gonzalez del Amo2, Luca Massotti2
1FOTEC Forschungs- und Technologietransfer GmbH, Austria, 2ESA (ESTEC), The Netherlands
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[b-5-2] Hall Thruster Characterization (1)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Ikuta"
ChairpersonsAlec Galliomre (University of Michigan, USA)
 Naoji Yamamoto (Kyushu University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-124/ISTS-2015-b-124 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Busek BHT-1500 External vs Center Cathode EMC Study
Edward J Beiting1, William A. Cox1, Kevin D. Diamant1, Rostislav Spektor1, Bruce Pote2, Vlad Hruby2
1The Aerospace Corporation, USA, 2Busek Co. Inc., USA
IEPC-2015-125/ISTS-2015-b-125 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
30-kW Performance of a 100-kW Class Nested-Channel Hall Thruster
Scott J. Hall, Sarah E. Cusson, Alec D. Gallimore
The University of Michigan, USA
IEPC-2015-126/ISTS-2015-b-126 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Investigation of a 5 kW Class Hall-Effect Thruster Operating with Different Xenon-Krypton Mixtures
Cosimo Ducci1, Tommaso Andreussi1, Alexey Arkhipov1, Andrea Passaro1, Mariano Andrenucci1, Alexandra Bulit2, Clive Edwards2
1Alta S.p.A., Italy, 2ESA-ESTEC, The Netherlands
IEPC-2015-127/ISTS-2015-b-127 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
End-to-End Testing of the PPS®5000 Hall Thruster System with a 5-kW Power Processing Unit
Olivier Duchemin1, David Le Mehauté1, Michael Öberg1, Xavier Cavelan1, Matthias Guilhem-Ducléon2, Gaël Khimeche2, Frédéric Payot2, Laurent Soubrier3, Denis Galiana3, Guillaume Glorieux3
1Snecma, Safran Group, France, 2Airbus Defence and Space, France, 3Airbus Defence and Space, France
IEPC-2015-128/ISTS-2015-b-128 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
The LHT-100 Hall Electric Propulsion Subsystem Development for the XY-2 Satellite
Li-Cheng Tian, Cheng-Ren Zhao, Ning Guo, Zuo Gu, Tian-Ping Zhang
Lanzhou Institute of Physics, China
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[b-5-3] Ion Thruster Research Overview (2)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Nunobiki"
ChairpersonsPeter J. Klar (Justus-Liebig-University, Germany)
 Hiroki Watanabe (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-129/ISTS-2015-b-129 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Trades and Challenges of Using Electric Propulsion for Active Debris Removal: the LEOSWEEP Project
Mercedes Ruiz1, Claudio Bombardelli2, Davar Feili3, Anatoliy Alpatov4, Andreas Neuman5, Gennadiy Osinovyy6, Baltazar Parreira7, Nataliiya Malysheva8, Hugh Lewis9, Ane Aanesland10, Eduardo Ahedo11
1SENER, Spain, 2UPM, Spain, 3TransMIT, Germany, 4ITM, Ukraine, 5DLR, Germany, 6Yuzhnoye SDO, Ukraine, 7Deimos Engenharia, Portugal, 8ISLC, Ukraine, 9U. Southampton, UK, 10CNRS, France, 11UC3M, Spain
IEPC-2015-130/ISTS-2015-b-130 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Ring Cusp Ion Engine Development in the UK
M. Coletti1, N. Wallace2, S. B. Gabriel3, D. Frollani1, H. Simpson4
1Mars Space Ltd., UK, 2ESA-ESTEC, The Netherlands, 3University of Southampton, UK, 4QinetiQ, UK
IEPC-2015-131/ISTS-2015-b-131 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
QinetiQ’s T6 and T5 Ion Thruster Electric Propulsion System Architectures and Performances
Mark Hutchins1, Jonathan Huddleson1, Javier Palencia Jiménez2
1QinetiQ, UK, 2Crisa, SPAIN
IEPC-2015-132/ISTS-2015-b-132 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Qualification of the T6 Thruster for BepiColombo
Rhodri Lewis1, Jaime Perez Luna1, Francesco Guarducci2
1QinetiQ, UK, 2Mars Space Ltd., UK
IEPC-2015-133/ISTS-2015-b-133 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
8500 Hours Life Test of the QM LIPS-200 Ion Thruster
Tianping Zhang, Wei Meng, Hai Geng, Weiwen zhang
Lanzhou Insitue of Physics, China
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[b-5-4] Measurement in Cathode
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kitano"
ChairpersonsZhongxi Ning (Harbin Institute of Technology, China)
 Shigeru Yokota (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
IEPC-2015-134/ISTS-2015-b-134 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Mitigation of Energetic Ions and Keeper Erosion in a High-Current Hollow Cathode
Benjamin A. Jorns, Ioannis G. Mikellides, Alejandro Lopez Ortega, Dan M. Goebel
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA
IEPC-2015-135/ISTS-2015-b-135 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Calorimetric Measurements in the Hollow Cathode
Nikolay Koshelev, Andrey Loyan
Zhukovsky National Aerospace University "KhA", Ukraine
IEPC-2015-136/ISTS-2015-b-136 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Probe Measurements in the Cavity of Hollow Cathode
Nikolay Koshelev, Andrey Loyan
Zhukovsky National Aerospace University "KhA", Ukraine
IEPC-2015-137/ISTS-2015-b-137 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Measurements of Low Frequency Oscillations in a Rotating Hollow Cathode Plasma
Taylor Matlock1, Christopher Dodson1, Dan Goebel1,2, Richard Wirz1
1University of California Los Angeles, USA, 2JPL, USA
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[b-5-5] Pulse Plasma Thruster Propellant
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kikusui"
ChairpersonsHaibin Tang (Beihang University, China)
 Tony Schoenherr (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
IEPC-2015-138/ISTS-2015-b-138 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Influence of Electrode Configuration of a Liquid Propellant PPT on Its Performance
Kinya Miyagi1, Shotaro Kuroki1, Takeru Tagawa1, Soichi Masui2, Akira Kakami3, Takeshi Tachibana1
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2National College of Technology, Miyakonojo College, Japan, 3University of Miyazaki, Japan
IEPC-2015-139/ISTS-2015-b-139 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Use of Liquid Propellants in Pulsed Plasma Thrusters for Small Satellites
William Yeong Liang Ling, Hiroyuki Koizumi, Tony Schönherr
The University of Tokyo, Japan
IEPC-2015-140/ISTS-2015-b-140 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Discharge Characteristics of a Gas-Fed Short-Pulse Plasma Thruster
Hiroshi Hosokawa, Nao Akashi, Kouta Matsubara, Haruna Hasegawa, Hideyuki Horisawa
Tokai University, Japan
IEPC-2015-141/ISTS-2015-b-141 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Time-Of-Flight Spectrometry and Performance of a Pulsed Plasma Thruster with Non-Volatile Propellant
Serge Barral1, Jacek Kurzyna2, Agnieszka Szelecka2, Hubert Rachubiński2, Dariusz Daniłko2, Ricardo Martin3, Pablo Ortiz4, Yann Mabillard5, Ana Zaldívar6, Christophe Koppel7, et al
1QuinteScience, Poland, 2IPPLM, Poland, 3JMP Ingenieros, Spain, 4NASP, Spain, 5Mecartex, Switzerland, 6NanoSpace, Sweden, 7KopooS, France
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[b-5-6] Propulsion Powered by Onboard Lasers
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Waraku"
ChairpersonsBin Wang (Nagoya University, Japan)
 Hiroyuki Shiraishi (Daido University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-142/ISTS-2015-b-142 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
A Laser-Electrostatic Hybrid Thruster
Ryo Edamura, Akihiro Osamura1, Kenta Hara, Hideyuki Horisawa
The University of Tokai, Japan
IEPC-2015-143/ISTS-2015-b-143 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Low-Noise Thrust Generation by Laser-Ablative Micropropulsion
Stefan Scharring, Stephanie Karg, Raoul-Amadeus Lorbeer, Nancy Dahms, Hans-Albert Eckel
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
IEPC-2015-144/ISTS-2015-b-144 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Assessment of a Spherical Star Sail Concept for Interstellar Transit
John E. Sinko, Tyler A. Baxter
Saint Cloud State University, USA
IEPC-2015-145/ISTS-2015-b-145 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
A Feasibility and Design Study of Utilizing High-Power Lasers for MPD Thrusters
Thomas C. Millen
American Military University, USA
IEPC-2015-146/ISTS-2015-b-146 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Development of an Alternating Electric Field Accelerator for Laser-Ablation Plasma Acceleration
Akihiro Osamura, Ryo Edamura, Kenta Hara, Hideyuki Horisawa
University of Tokai, Japan
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[b-6-1] Thrusters for Microsatellites: Electrospray Thruster (1)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonsJ. P. Sheehan (University of Michigan, USA)
 Yasushi Ohkawa (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-147/ISTS-2015-b-147 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Thrust Measurements and Propellant Characterization of an Electrospray Thruster
Andrea Hsu-Schouten1, Brian Brady1, John DeSain1, Thomas Curtiss1, Paulo Lozano2
1The Aerospace Corporation, USA, 2Space Propulsion Laboratory, USA
IEPC-2015-148/ISTS-2015-b-148 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Performance Results of Electrospray Thrusters Implemented in a Magnetically Levitated Thrust Balance
Fernando Mier-Hicks, Paulo C. Lozano
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
IEPC-2015-149/ISTS-2015-b-149 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Design and Characterization of a Scalable ion Electrospray Propulsion System
David Krejci1, Andrea Hsu2, François Martel3, Paulo Lozano1, et al.
1Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, 2The Aerospace Corporation, USA, 3Espace Inc., USA
IEPC-2015-150/ISTS-2015-b-150 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Isolating the Effects of Magnetic Surface Stress during Electrospray of an Ionic Liquid Ferrofluid
Kurt J. Terhune1, Brandon A. Jackson1, Lyon B. King1, Nirmesh Jain2, Brian S. Hawkett2
1Michigan Technological University, USA, 2University of Sydney, Australia
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[b-6-2] Hall Thruster Characterization (2)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Ikuta"
ChairpersonsAlec Galliomre (University of Michigan, USA)
 Kazuo Uematsu (IHI, Japan)
IEPC-2015-151/ISTS-2015-b-151 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Research and Development of High-Power, High-Specific-Impulse Magnetic-Layer-Type Hall Thrusters for Manned Mars Exploration
Yuya Takahata, Tetsuo Kakuma, Taisuke Kagota, Masato Nishida, Tomoyuki Ikeda, Hirokazu Tahara
Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-152/ISTS-2015-b-152 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Current-Voltage Characterization of the M-173 Hall Thruster
R. Spektor1, K. D. Diamant1, H. Kamhawi2
1The Aerospace Corporation, USA, 2NASA, Glenn Research Center, USA
IEPC-2015-153/ISTS-2015-b-153 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Performance Characteristics of High-Power, High-Specific-Impulse Anode-Layer-Type Hall Thrusters for In-Space Propulsion
Taisuke Kagota, Yuya Takahata, Tetsuo Kakuma, Masato Nishida, Tomoyuki Ikeda, Hirokazu Tahara
Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-154/ISTS-2015-b-154 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Experimental Study of a High Specific Impulse Plasma Thruster PlaS-120CM
Mira Potapenko1, Vladimir Gopanchuk1, Denis Merkuriev2, Pavel Smirnov2
1FSUE EDB Fakel, Russia, 2RIAME, Russia
IEPC-2015-155/ISTS-2015-b-155 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Wear Testing of a Magnetically Shielded Hall Thruster at 2000 s Specific Impulse
M. Sekerak, R. Hofer, J. Polk, B. Jorns, I. Mikellides
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA
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[b-6-3] Ion Thruster Interactions
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 13:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Nunobiki"
ChairpersonsMichele Coletti (MArs Space Ltd, UK)
 Takanobu Muranaka (Chukyo University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-156/ISTS-2015-b-156 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Test Procedure for Locally Assessing Potential Risks of Sputter Damage Due to Thruster Plumes
Markus Piechotka1, Vladislav V. Nigmatzyanov1, Kristof Holste1, Torsten Henning1, Andreas Neumann2, Klaus Hannemann1,2, Peter J. Klar1
1Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany, 2DLR Goettingen, Germany
IEPC-2015-157/ISTS-2015-b-157 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Effect of Plasma Plume on CubeSat Structures as a Function of Thrust Vectoring
Andrew Hine, Kristina Lemmer
Western Michigan University, U.S.A.
IEPC-2015-158/ISTS-2015-b-158 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of Hollow Cathode Location on the Performance of a Prototype Rf Ion Thruster
Nazli Turan, Sina Jahanbakhsh, Murat Celik
Bogazici University, Turkey
IEPC-2015-159/ISTS-2015-b-159 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Investigation of Electron Extraction from a Microwave Discharge Neutralizer for a Miniature Ion Propulsion System
Yoshinori Takao1, Hiroyuki Koizumi2, Yusuke Kasagi2, Kimiya Komurasaki2
1Yokohama National University, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
IEPC-2015-160/ISTS-2015-b-160 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Backflow of Charged Particles onto a Spacecraft in Operation of Ion Thrusters under Lack of the Neutralization
Takanobu Muranaka1, Kento Hoshi2, Hirotsugu Kojima2, Hiroshi Yamakawa2, Satoshi Hosoda3, Kazutaka Nishiyama3
1Chukyo University, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
IEPC-2015-161/ISTS-2015-b-161 ( 12:40 - 13:00 )
Modeling and Experimental Results of the Interaction between Magnetic Fields Induced by an RF Ion Thruster and Passive Stabilization
Andrew Hine, Kristina Lemmer
Western Michigan University, U.S.A.
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[b-6-4] Cathode Development (1)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kitano"
ChairpersonsJan-Patrick Porst (Airbus DS GmbH, Germany)
 Hiroki Watanabe (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-163/ISTS-2015-b-163 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Development of a Low Current Heaterless Hollow Cathode for Hall Thrusters
Dan Lev1, Gal Alon1, Dima Mikitchuk1, Leonid Appel1
Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd., Israel
IEPC-2015-164/ISTS-2015-b-164 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Development of a Low Temperature Cathode Thermal Test Facility
Daniel Katz Franco1, Dan Lev2
1Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, 2Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd., Israel
IEPC-2015-165/ISTS-2015-b-165 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Development of Self-Heated Cathode for Low Power Hall Thrusters
F. Scortecci, L. Sestini, S. Scaranzin, F. Moneti
Aerospazio Tecnologie s.r.l., Italy
IEPC-2015-166/ISTS-2015-b-166 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
1-A Class Microwave Discharge Cathode using Impregnated Tungsten
Yoshitaka Tani1, Ryudo Tsukizaki2, Daiki Koda1, Satoshi Hosoda2, Hitoshi Kuninaka2
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
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[b-6-5] Applied Field MPD Thruster
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kikusui"
ChairpersonsYu Daren (Harbin Institute of Technology, China)
 Yoshihiro Okuno (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-168/ISTS-2015-b-168 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Acceleration of a Plasma Flow in a Magnetic Laval Nozzle Applied to an MPD Thruster
Yohei Kobayashi, Kiyotaka Suzuki, Hiroaki Nabuchi, Atsushi Komuro, Kazunori Takahashi, Akira Ando
Tohoku University, Japan
IEPC-2015-169/ISTS-2015-b-169 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Applied-Field MPD Thruster with Magnetic-Contoured Anodes
Tatsuya Kimura1, Kohei Kojima1, Masaaki Yasui1, Daisuke Ichihara2, Tomoki Uno2, Hisashi Kataoka2, Akira Iwakawa2, Akihiro Sasoh2, Shigeru Yokota3
1Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan, 2Nagoya University, Japan, 3University of Tsukuba, Japan
IEPC-2015-170/ISTS-2015-b-170 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Investigation of Electrode Voltage Frequency Spectrum in the Onset Transition Region of a 30kW Steady-State Lithium AF-MPDT
Michael A. Hepler, William J. Coogan, Edgar Y. Choueiri
Princeton University, USA
IEPC-2015-171/ISTS-2015-b-171 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Operation Characteristics of Small-DC-Current, Applied-Field MPD Thruster
Daisuke Ichihara, Tomoki Uno, Hisashi Kataoka, Jaehun Jeong, Akira Iwakawa, Akihiro Sasoh
Nagoya University, Japan
IEPC-2015-172/ISTS-2015-b-172 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Improved Target Method for AF-MPDT Thrust Measure
Baojun Wang, Haibin Tang, Mengdi Kong, Yujie Xu, Zhang zun
Beihang University, China
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[b-6-6] Energy Beaming Propulsion
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Waraku"
ChairpersonsJohn E Sinko (Saint Cloud State University, USA)
 Yasuhisa Oda (Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan)
IEPC-2015-173/ISTS-2015-b-173 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Thrust Generation of Laser Ablation in Helium and Argon Ambient Gases with Repetitive Laser Pulses
Bin Wang, Hisashi Tsuruta, Zhongyuan Wang, Akihiro Sasoh
Nagoya University, Japan
IEPC-2015-174/ISTS-2015-b-174 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Study of Laser-Supported Detonation Threshold using Graphical Analysis
Hiroyuki Shiraishi, Yuji Matsumoto
Daido University, Japan
IEPC-2015-175/ISTS-2015-b-175 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Simulation of LSD Wave Characteristics in Ar and N2 using a 1-D Laser-Induced Discharge Model Coupled with Hydrodynamic Relations for Laser-Propelled Thruster Studies
Joseph A. Ofosu1, Kohei Matsui1, Kimiya Komurasaki1, Kohei Shimamura2, Hiroyuki Koizumi1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2University of Tsukuba, Japan
IEPC-2015-176/ISTS-2015-b-176 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Thrust Performance of Microwave Rocket at Low Ambient Pressure
Masayuki Takahashi, Naofumi Ohnishi
Tohoku University, Japan
IEPC-2015-177/ISTS-2015-b-177 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Acceleration of a Projectile with a High-Power Laser-Produced Magnetic Field
T. Morita1, N. Saito1, R. Kawashima1, N. Yamamoto1, S. Fujioka2, H. Nakashima1
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan
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[b-7-1] Thrusters for Microsatellites: Electrospray Thruster (2)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonsAndrea Grace Hsu (The Aerospace Corporation, USA)
 Haruki Takegahara (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-178/ISTS-2015-b-178 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Electrical Double Layers in Electrospray Propulsion
Kento Masuyama, Paulo Lozano
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
IEPC-2015-179/ISTS-2015-b-179 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
The Effects of Metastable Solvated Ions on Electrospray Ion Thruster Efficiency
Catherine Miller, Paulo Lozano
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
IEPC-2015-180/ISTS-2015-b-180 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Study of Propellant Chemical Stability in an Ionic Liquid Ferrofluid Electrospray Thruster
Amanda J. O’Toole, Lyon B. King
Michigan Technological University, USA
IEPC-2015-181/ISTS-2015-b-181 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Characterization of Field Influence on Ionic Liquid Ferrofluid Electrospray Divergence Angle
Brandon Jackson, Brad King
Michigan Technological University, USA
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[b-7-2] Hall Thruster Characterization (3)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Ikuta"
ChairpersonsYevgeny Raitses (Princeton University, USA)
 Kenji Fuchigami (IHI, Japan)
IEPC-2015-182/ISTS-2015-b-182 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Optimization of the Design of a Wall-Less Hall Thruster
S. Mazouffre, S. Tsikata, J. Vaudolon
CNRS, ICARE, Orléans, France
IEPC-2015-183/ISTS-2015-b-183 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Initial Results for a Modular 6-kW Class Hall Thruster
M.W. Crofton, B.M. Plecque, K.D. Diamant, R. Spektor, J.A. Young, W.A. Cox
The Aerospace Corporation, USA
IEPC-2015-185/ISTS-2015-b-185 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Development of Permanent Magnet Hall Thrusters for Applications on Future Brazillian Space Missions
Jose Leonardo Ferreira, Alexandre Martins, Ernesto G. Costa, Helbert O. C. Junior, Lui T.C. Habl, Lais Souza, Arthur C.B. Serra, Felipe O. Nathan, Paolo Gessini, Rodrigo Miranda, Adriane Schellin
University of Brasilia, Brazil
IEPC-2015-186/ISTS-2015-b-186 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Development Approach and Status of the 12.5 kW HERMeS Hall Thruster for the Solar Electric Propulsion Technology Demonstration Mission
Richard Hofer1, Daniel Herman2, James Polk1, Hani Kamhawi2, Ioannis Mikellides1
1Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA, 2NASA Glenn Research Center, USA
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[b-7-3] Ion Thruster Grid System (1)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Nunobiki"
ChairpersonsJohn Brophy (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA)
 Satoshi Hosoda (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-187/ISTS-2015-b-187 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Grid Wear Analysis of a Miniature Ion Engine
Masakatsu Nanano1, Hiroyuki Koizumi2
1Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
IEPC-2015-188/ISTS-2015-b-188 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Three-Dimensional Analysis of Ion Optics with Deviation of the Apertures Geometry from Axial Symmetry
Andrey Shagayda
Keldysh Research Centre, Russia
IEPC-2015-189/ISTS-2015-b-189 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Research and Development on Ion Optics System of 30cm Ion Thruster
Maofan Zheng, Yongjie Huang, Fujun Tang, Tianping Zhang, Haocheng Jiang
Lanzhou Institute of Physics, China
IEPC-2015-190/ISTS-2015-b-190 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Study on the Comparison of Ion Beam Divergence Characteristics and Grid Erosion between Two-Grid and Three-Grid Ion Thruster
Chen Juanjuan, Zhang Tianping, Jia Yanhui, Sunmingming, Long Jianfei, Wu Xianming
Lanzhou Institute of Physics, China
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[b-7-4] Cathode Development (2)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kitano"
ChairpersonsAndrei V. Ivanov (KBKhA, Russia)
 Akira Iwakawa (Nagoya University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-192/ISTS-2015-b-192 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
100 A Class Hollow Cathode
Shigeru Yokota1, Kohei Kojima2, Tatsuya Kimura2, Hisashi Kataoka3, Akihiro Sasoh3
1University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Heavy Industry, Ltd., Japan, 3Nagoya University, Japan
IEPC-2015-193/ISTS-2015-b-193 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Development of a High Powered Heaterless Hollow Cathode
Alexander Daykin-Iliopoulos, Steve Gabriel, Igor Golosnoy
University of Southampton, UK
IEPC-2015-194/ISTS-2015-b-194 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Performance Evaluation of Radio Frequency Plasma Cathode for Hall Effect Thruster
Hiroki Watanabe, Takanori Deguchi, Chisato Ota, Jun Sato, Shuka Takeda, Yuki Miura, Yuki Sato, Masanori Ichimura, Haruki Takegahara
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
IEPC-2015-195/ISTS-2015-b-195 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Quick Start Hollow Cathodes: Is It Real?
Andrey Loyan
Zhukovsky National Aerospace University "KhA", Ukraine
IEPC-2015-196/ISTS-2015-b-196 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Cold Start Hollow Cathodes for Ground and Space Application
Andrey Loyan, Nikolay Koshelev, Alexander Tsaglov
Zhukovsky National Aerospace University "KhA", Ukraine
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[b-7-5] MPD Thruster
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kikusui"
ChairpersonsMariano Andrenucci (Alta S.p.A., Italy)
 Akira Ando (Tohoku University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-197/ISTS-2015-b-197 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Performance Characteristics of Steady-State MPD Thrusters with Permanent Magnets and Multi Hollow Cathodes for Manned Mars Exploration
Tomoya Suzuki, Norihide Koyama, Yoshikazu Sugiyama, Hisao Sakoda, Hirokazu Tahara
Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-198/ISTS-2015-b-198 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Thermal Characteristics of Radiation-Cooled Steady-State MPD Thrusters with Permanent Magnets and Multi Hollow Cathodes for In-Space Propulsion
Yoshikazu Sugiyama, Norihide Koyama, Tomoya Suzuki, Hisao Sakoda, Hirokazu Tahara
Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-199/ISTS-2015-b-199 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Measurements of Plume Divergence on a Lithium Lorentz Force Accelerator Using Dynamic Resistance Probes
William J. Coogan, Michael A. Hepler, Edgar Y. Choueiri
Princeton University, USA
IEPC-2015-200/ISTS-2015-b-200 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Numerical Study on Diffusion Effects in Magnetoplasmadynamic Arcjet Thrusters
Arsad Quraishi1, Amit Kumar2
Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India
IEPC-2015-201/ISTS-2015-b-201 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Plasma Flow Simulation of an MPD Thruster with an Electrode Model
Akira Kawasaki1, Kenichi Kubota2, Ikkoh Funaki2, Yoshihiro Okuno1
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
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[b-7-6] Numerical Simulation Method
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Waraku"
ChairpersonsFrancesco Taccogna (CNR, Italy)
 Akihiro Sasoh (Nagoya University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-202/ISTS-2015-b-202 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Modeling of High Energy Neutral Collisions with Slow Neutral Atoms
Samuel J. Araki1, Richard E. Wirz2
1ERC Inc., USA, 2University of California, USA
IEPC-2015-203/ISTS-2015-b-203 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Benchmarks for Magnetically Aligned Meshes in Electromagnetic Plasma Thruster Simulations
Daniel Pérez-Grande, Pablo Fajardo, Eduardo Ahedo
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
IEPC-2015-206/ISTS-2015-b-206 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Hybrid Modeling of a Hall Thruster Using Hyperbolic System of Electron Conservation Laws
Rei Kawashima, Kazuki Uemoto, Kimiya Komurasaki, Shohei Akagi, Tony Schönherr, Hiroyuki Koizumi
The University of Tokyo, Japan
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[b-8-1] Thrusters for Microsatellites: Pulse Plasma Thruster
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 18:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonsAlexander Reissner (FOTEC Forschungs- und Technologietransfer GmbH, Austria)
 Hideyuki Horisawa (Tokai University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-207/ISTS-2015-b-207 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Flowfield Simulation and Performance Prediction of Electrothermal Pulsed Plasma Thrusters Onboard Osaka Institute of Technology PROITERES Nano-Satellite Series
Ryota Fujita1, Rikio Muraoka1, Keita Kanaoka1, Chen Huanjun1, Masato Tanaka1, Hirokazu Tahara1, Takashi Wakizono2
1Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 2High Serve, Japan
IEPC-2015-208/ISTS-2015-b-208 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Qualification of the Pulsed Plasma Thruster for Cubesat Propulsion (PPTCUP)
Simone Ciaralli1, Michele Coletti1, Stephen B. Gabriel2
1Mars Space Ltd., UK, 2University of Southampton, UK
IEPC-2015-209/ISTS-2015-b-209 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
R&D and Final Operation of Osaka Institute of Technology 1st PROITERES Nano-Satellite with Electrothermal Pulsed Plasma Thrusters and Development of 2nd and 3rd Satellites
Takuya Kamimura, Yoshifumi Nishimura, Tomoyuki Ikeda, Hirokazu Tahara
Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-210/ISTS-2015-b-210 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Development of Pulsed Plasma Thruster for Micro Satellite in Tokyo Metropolitan University
Keisuke Tajiri, Shinya Mori, Daijiro Yamashita, Hiroki Watanabe, Hironori Sahara, Haruki Takegahara
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
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[b-8-2] Hall Thruster Characterization (4)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 19:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Ikuta"
ChairpersonsYevgeny Raitses (Princeton University, USA)
 Kazuhiro Toyoda (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-212/ISTS-2015-b-212 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of a 5 kW Class Hall Effect Thruster
Tommaso Andreussi1, Vittorio Giannetti2, Andrea Leporini2, Mariano Andrenucci1,2
1Alta S.p.A., Italy, 2Università di Pisa, Italy
IEPC-2015-213/ISTS-2015-b-213 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Thrust Performance in Hall Thruster with Pulsating Operation
Naoji Yamamoto1, Takumi Ito1, Haruki Takegahara2, Hiroki Watanabe2, Kyoichi Kuriki2, Taichiro Tamida3, Hiroyuki Osuga3
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 3Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
IEPC-2015-214/ISTS-2015-b-214 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Investigation of Thermal Characteristics in a 1.35kW Magnetic Focus Type Hall Thruster(HEP-100MF)
Mao Wei, Shen Yan, Hu Yanlin, Wei Fuzhi
Beijin Institute of Control Engineering, China
IEPC-2015-215/ISTS-2015-b-215 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Development and Performance Characterization of a 5 kW Class Hall-Effect Thruster
Alexey Arkhipov, Cosimo Ducci, Mariano Andrenucci
Alta S.p.A., Italy
IEPC-2015-216/ISTS-2015-b-216 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
First Tests of the KLIMT Thruster with Krypton Propellant at the IPPLM PlaNS Laboratory
Jacek Kurzyna, Dariusz Daniłko, Agnieszka Szelecka
Institiute of Plasma physics and laser Microfusion, Poland
IEPC-2015-217/ISTS-2015-b-217 ( 18:40 - 19:00 )
Performance Evaluation of TAL-type Hall Thruster with RF Plasma Cathode
Hiroki Watanabe, Yuki Miura, Masanori Ichimura, Takanori Deguchi, Shuka Takeda, Chisato Ota, Haruki Takegahara
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
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[b-8-3] Ion Thruster Grid System (2)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 19:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Nunobiki"
ChairpersonsJohn Brophy (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA)
 Masakatsu Nakano (Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-218/ISTS-2015-b-218 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Investigation of the Geometry Configuration Variations on the Performance of Ion Thruster Grids with PIC-DSMC Simulations
Firat Sik1, Emre Turkoz2, Murat Celik1
1Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey, 2Princeton University, Princeton, USA
IEPC-2015-219/ISTS-2015-b-219 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Experimental Investigation of Particles Fluxes to the Grid Surfaces inside Ion Optic Systems
Maria Smirnova1, Davar Feili2, Sergey Khartov1
1Moscow Avitation Institute National Research University (MAI), Russia, 2University of Southampton, UK
IEPC-2015-223/ISTS-2015-b-223 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of the LIPS-200 Ion Thrusters’ Accelerator Grid’s Lifetime
Chen Juanjuan, Zhang Tianping, Meng Wei, Jia Yanhui, Wu Xianming
Lanzhou Institute of Physics, China
IEPC-2015-221/ISTS-2015-b-221 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Spatially-Resolved Erosion Rates for NEXT Optics: Throttle Point and Facility Effects
M.W. Crofton1, M.J. Patterson2
1The Aerospace Corporation, USA, 2NASA Glenn Research Center, USA
IEPC-2015-222/ISTS-2015-b-222 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
Plume Plasma Measurements of a 20-cm Xenon Ion Thruster using a Multiple-Probe Array
Zun Zhang1, Haibin Tang1, Jue Wang2, Min Wang2, Zheng Wen2
1Beihang University, China, 2Institute of Telecommunication Satellite CAST, China
IEPC-2015-220/ISTS-2015-b-220 ( 18:40 - 19:00 )
Simulation of the QinetiQ T6 Engine Ion Optics and Comparison to the Experimental Data
M. Coletti
Mars Space Ltd., UK
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[b-8-4] Propellant and Power Controllers
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 18:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kitano"
ChairpersonsKristof Holste (Justus-Liebig-University Giessen, Germany)
 Taichiro Tamida (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan)
IEPC-2015-224/ISTS-2015-b-224 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Power Processing Unit Activities at Thales Alenia Space Belgium (ETCA)
Eric Bourguignon, Stéphane Fraselle, Thierry Scalais, Jean-Marc Defise
Thales Alenia Space Belgium (ETCA), Belgium
IEPC-2015-225/ISTS-2015-b-225 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Power Processing Units- Activities in Europe 2015
Matthias Gollor1, Andreas Franke1, Waldemar Dechent2, Ulrich Schwab2, Guillaume Glorieux3, Michael Boss4, Nicoletta Wagner4, Javier Palencia5, Paolo Galantini6, Giovanni Tuccio7, Eric Bourguignon8
1European Space Agency Netherlands ASP, The Netherlands, 2ASP GmbH, Germany, 3Airbus DS, France, 4Airbus DS, Germany, 5CRISA, Spain, 6Selex ES, Italy, 7Sitael, Italy, 8Thales Alenia Space Belgium, Belgium
IEPC-2015-226/ISTS-2015-b-226 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Development of a Low Pressure Self-Propelled Vapor Supply Subsystem for Electric Propulsion
Hou-Yi Lee, Koichi Ushio, Naoji Yamamoto, Hideki Nakashima
Kyushu University, Japan
IEPC-2015-390/ISTS-2015-b-390 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
BepiColombo SEPS Coupling Test Architecture and Coupling Test Performance Results
Stephen D Clark1, Ismat Rudwan2, Javier Palencia3, Klaus Kempkens4
1QinetiQ, Farnborough, UK, 2Mars-Space Ltd., UK, 3Airbus Defense & Space CRISA, Spain, 4Airbus Defense & Space, Germany
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[b-8-5] Electrothermal Thruster
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 19:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kikusui"
ChairpersonsPaul Nicholas Giuliano (Boeing Network & Space Systems, USA)
 Akira Kakami (University of Miyazaki, Japan)
IEPC-2015-229/ISTS-2015-b-229 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Performance Characteristics of Low-Performance Arcjet Thrusters using Low –Toxicity Propellants of HAN
Yuki Fukutome1, Suguru Shiraki1, Kazuma Matsumoto1, Fumihiro Inoue1, Hirokazu Tahara1, Yuichiro Nogawa2, Ai Momozawa3
1Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Splije, Japan, 3Tokyo City University, Japan
IEPC-2015-230/ISTS-2015-b-230 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Performance Characteristics of Low-Power Arcjet Thruster Systems with Gas Generators for Water
Suguru Shiraki1, Yuki Fukutome1, Fumihiro Inoue1, Kazuma Matsumoto1, Hirokazu Tahara1, Yuichiro Nogawa2, Ai Momozawa3
1Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Splije, Japan, 3Tokyo City University, Japan
IEPC-2015-231/ISTS-2015-b-231 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Performance and Thermal Characteristics of High-Power Hydrogen Arcjet Thrusters with Radiation-Cooled Anodes for In-Space Propulsion
Fumihiro Inoue, Yuki Fukitome, Suguru Shiraki, Kazuma Matsumoto, Hirokazu Tahara
Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-232/ISTS-2015-b-232 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
An Al-Water Fed DC Arcjet
Naoto Yanagida, Makoto Ohata, Tatsuya Yamada, Hideyuki Horisawa
Tokai University, Japan
IEPC-2015-233/ISTS-2015-b-233 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
Design of the Xenon Very High Temperature Resistojet
Daniele Frollani1, Michele Coletti1, Stephen B. Gabriel2
1Mars Space Ltd., UK, 2University of Southampton, UK
IEPC-2015-234/ISTS-2015-b-234 ( 18:40 - 19:00 )
Characterization of Corona Ionization Based Micro-Thrusters
William Wright, Philippe Ferrer
The University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
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[b-8-6] Diagnostics
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Waraku"
ChairpersonsChristoph Eichhorn (Leibniz-Institute of Surface Modification, Germany)
 Shunjiro Shinohara (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-235/ISTS-2015-b-235 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Full Ion Velocity Distribution Function Measurement in an Electric Thruster, using LIF-Based Tomographic Reconstruction
Paul-Quentin Elias1, Felix Cannat1, Julien Jarrige1, Denis Packan1, Alexandra Bulit2
1Onera - the French Aerospace Lab, France, 2ESA - ESTEC, the Netherlands
IEPC-2015-236/ISTS-2015-b-236 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Measurement of Forces Due to Sputtering of Solid Surfaces
Alexander Spethmann, Thomas Trottenberg, Holger Kersten
University of Kiel, Germany
IEPC-2015-237/ISTS-2015-b-237 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Molecular Plasma Dynamics of Ionic Liquids when Subjected to Plasma Discharges
Greg A. Neff, Kristina K. Lemmer
Western Michigan University, USA
IEPC-2015-191/ISTS-2015-b-191 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Accuracy Analysis of a Thrust Vector Ion Beam Scanner
Ralf Heidemann1, Angelo Genovese1, Jens Haderspeck1, Alexey Lazurenko1, Benjamin van Reijen1, Stefan Weis1, Peter Holtmann1, Klaus Ruf2, Norbert Püttmann2
1Thales Deutschland GmbH Business Unit Electron Devices, Germany, 2Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e. V. (DLR) - Raumfahrt-Agentur, Germany
IEPC-2015-239/ISTS-2015-b-239 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
New Design of RPA for High Accuracy and High Resolution Measurements on μN-RIT using the Propellant Adamantane instead of Noble Gases
Peter E. Köhler1, Waldemar Gärtner1, Hans Leiter2, Peter J. Klar1, Bruno K. Meyer1
1Justus-Liebig-University of Giessen, Germany, 2AIRBUS Defence and Space, Germany
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[b-9-1] IEPC Plenary Panel: Satellite Insurance Providers Discuss "Risk Management for Electric Propulsion"
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
Chairpersons  
   
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[b-10-1] Thrusters for Microsatellites: Micro Plasma Thruster
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 13:00
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonsDavar Feili (University of Southampton, UK)
 Yoshinori Takao (Yokohama National University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-240/ISTS-2015-b-240 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Particle-in-Cell Simulation of a Micro ECR Plasma Thruster
Keisuke Ueno, Daisuke Mori, Yoshinori Takao, Koji Eriguchi, Kouichi Ono
Kyoto University, Japan
IEPC-2015-241/ISTS-2015-b-241 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Development of Microdischarge-Based Micro Plasma Thruster
Jeong Hyeon Lee, Cao Van Tran, Jichul Shin
University of Ulsan, Korea
IEPC-2015-242/ISTS-2015-b-242 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Experimental Geometry Investigation of a Coaxial ECR Plasma Thruster
Felix Cannat1,2, Julien Jarrige1, Trevor Lafleur1,2, Paul-Quentin Elias1, Denis Packan1
1Onera – The French Aerospace Lab, Palaiseau, France, 2Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas –CNRS, Palaiseau, France
IEPC-2015-243/ISTS-2015-b-243 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Initial Operation of the CubeSat Ambipolar Thruster
J. P. Sheehan, Timothy A. Collard, Meghan E. Ostermann, Ethan T. Dale, Benjamin W. Longmier
University of Michigan, USA
IEPC-2015-244/ISTS-2015-b-244 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
A Compact Helicon Thruster for CubeSat Applications
David Biggs, Sam Avery, Luke Raymond, Wei Liang, Nicolas Gascon, Andrea Fabris, Juan Rivas, Mark Cappelli
Stanford University, USA
IEPC-2015-245/ISTS-2015-b-245 ( 12:40 - 13:00 )
Development of Novel Miniature Microwave Discharge Thruster
Koichi Ushio, Yuji Toyoda, Naoji Yamamoto, Taichi Morita, Hideki Nakashima
Kyushu University, Japan
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[b-10-2] Hall Thruster Erosion & Lifetime (1)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Ikuta"
ChairpersonsEdger Choueiri (Princeton University, USA)
 Takeshi Miyasaka (Gifu University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-246/ISTS-2015-b-246 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Experimental Investigation of the Near-Wall Region in the NASA HiVHAc EDU2 Hall Thruster
Rohit Shastry, Hani Kamhawi, Wensheng Huang, Thomas W. Haag
NASA Glenn Research Center, USA
IEPC-2015-247/ISTS-2015-b-247 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Investigation of the "Back" and "Radial" Ion Flows in the Vicinity of the Stationary Plasma Thruster (SPT) Exit Plane
Alexey Arkhipov1, Sergey Baranov2, Alexander Bishaev2, Vladimir Kim2, Garri Popov2, Denis Merkuriev2, Alexander Pogorelov2, Pyotr Tsygankov2
1Alta, Italy, 2RIAME MAI, Russia
IEPC-2015-248/ISTS-2015-b-248 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Experimental Investigation the Ability of Using Optical Emission Spectroscopy Method at Erosion Measurements of SPT Discharge Chamber Ceramic
Alyona Khaustova, Andrey Loyan
Zhukovsky National Aerospace University "KhA", Ukraine
IEPC-2015-249/ISTS-2015-b-249 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
The Significance of Finite Sheath Effects on Assessments of Pole Erosion in a Magnetically Shielded Hall Thruster
Alejandro Lopez Ortega, Ira Katz, Ioannis G. Mikellides
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA
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[b-10-3] Hall Thruster Simulation (1)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 13:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Nunobiki"
ChairpersonsEduardo Fernandez (Eckerd College, Saint Petersburg, USA)
 Yoshihiro Kajimura (National Institute of Technology, Akashi, Japan)
IEPC-2015-250/ISTS-2015-b-250 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Simulation of a Nested Channel Hall Thruster
Horatiu C. Dragnea, Iain D. Boyd
University of Michigan, USA
IEPC-2015-251/ISTS-2015-b-251 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Particle Simulation of High Specific Impulse Operation of Low-Erosion Magnetic Layer Type Hall thrusters
Shinatora Cho1, Hiroki Watanabe2, Kenichi Kubota1, Shigeyasu Iihara3, Kenji Fuchigami4, Kazuo Uematsu4, Ikkoh Funaki1
1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 3IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan, 4IHI Corporation, Japan
IEPC-2015-252/ISTS-2015-b-252 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Hybrid-PIC Modeling of the Transport of Atomic Boron in a Hall Thruster
Brandon D. Smith1, Hani Kamhawi2, Iain D. Boyd1
1University of Michigan, USA, 2NASA Glenn Research Center, USA
IEPC-2015-253/ISTS-2015-b-253 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Numerical Simulation of Performance in Hall Thruster
Long Jian-fei, Zhang Tian-ping, Gao Jun, Jia Lian-jun
Lanzhou Institute of Physics, China
IEPC-2015-254/ISTS-2015-b-254 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Hall2De Simulations of a Magnetically Shielded 12.5-kW Demonstration Unit in Support of Hall Thruster Life Qualification for the NASA SEP TDM
Ioannis G. Mikellides1, Richard R. Hofer1, James E. Polk1, Hani Kamhawi2
1Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA, 2NASA John Glenn Research Center, USA
IEPC-2015-255/ISTS-2015-b-255 ( 12:40 - 13:00 )
Numerical Validation of a Fully Kinetic Code through Parametric Uncertainty Analysis of a Hall thruster
Burak Karadag1, Shinatora Cho2, Ikkoh Funaki2
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies (SOKENDAI), Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
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[b-10-4] Sensitive Thrust Stand
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 13:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kitano"
ChairpersonsMatthias K.H. Gollor (European Space Agency, the Netherlands)
 Hideyuki Horisawa (Tokai University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-256/ISTS-2015-b-256 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Fruition of Thrust Evaluation in High Frequency Thrust Variation by Means of Active Control
Akira Kakami, Kenji Kashihara, Shota Takeshida, Yasuyuki Yano
University of Miyazaki, Japan
IEPC-2015-257/ISTS-2015-b-257 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Low Drift Thrust Balance with High Resolution
Hans-Peter Harmann1, Heiko Dartsch1, Ellen Werner2
1AST Advanced Space Technologies GmbH, Germany, 2Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V.(DLR), Germany
IEPC-2015-258/ISTS-2015-b-258 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Verification of the FOTEC μN Thrust Balance at the ESA Propulsion Lab
Alexander Reissner1, Bernhard Seifert1, Thomas Hörbe1, Florin Plesescu1, Alexandra Bulit2, Eduard Bosch Borras2
1FOTEC Forschungs- und Technologietransfer GmbH, Austria, 2ESA (ESTEC), The Netherlands
IEPC-2015-259/ISTS-2015-b-259 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
ISO 17025 Accreditation of the ESA Micro-Newton Thrust Balance
Eduard Bosch Borràs1, José González del Amo1, Ben Hughes2
1European Space Agency, ESTEC, The Netherlands, 2National Physical Laboratory, UK
IEPC-2015-260/ISTS-2015-b-260 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Development of a Highly Sensitive Micro-Newton Thrust Balance: Current Status and Latest Results
Franz Georg Hey1,2, Claus Braxmaier3,4, Martin Tajmar2, Dennis Weise1, Ewan Fitzsimons1, Ulrich Johann1
1Airbus Defence and Space, Germany, 2Technische Universität Dresden, Germany, 3DLR, Institute of Space Systems, Germany, 4Universität Bremen, ZARM, Germany
IEPC-2015-261/ISTS-2015-b-261 ( 12:40 - 13:00 )
Performance of a Torsional Thrust Stand with 1 μN Sensitivity
Andrea G.Hsu Schouten, Edward J. Beiting, Thomas J. Curtiss
The Aerospace Corporation, USA
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[b-10-5] Electrothermal Thruster Simulation
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kikusui"
ChairpersonsIgor D. Kaganovich (PPPL, Princeton University, USA)
 Daisuke Nakata (Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-262/ISTS-2015-b-262 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Demixing in the Low Power Hydrogen/Nitrogen Arcjet
Jinyue Geng1, Hai-Xing Wang2
1Beijing Institute of Control Engineering, China, 2Beihang University, China
IEPC-2015-263/ISTS-2015-b-263 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Numerical Studies on Chemical Nonequilibrium within a Low-Power Argon Arcjet Thruster
Fuzhi Wei1, Yan He2, Haixing Wang3
1Beijing Institute of Control Engineering, China, 2Institute of Communication Satellite, CAST, China, 3Beihang University, China
IEPC-2015-264/ISTS-2015-b-264 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Peformance Analysis and Optimization of High Power 2.4S-GHz Microwave Electrothermal Thruster for Space Applications
Rohan M Ganapathy, Anand S, Saagar M, Vivek M
Hindusthan College of Engineering & Technology, INDIA.
IEPC-2015-265/ISTS-2015-b-265 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
A Thermo-Fluidic Model for a Low Power Xenon Resistojet
Federico Romei, Angelo N Grubisic
University of Southampton, UK
IEPC-2015-266/ISTS-2015-b-266 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Global Energy Transfer Model of Microwave Induced Plasma in a MET Resonant Cavity
Mehmet Serhan Yildiz1, Murat Celik2
1Turkish Air Force Academy, Turkey, 2Bogazici University, Turkey
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[b-10-6] Air-breathing Electric Propulsion
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Waraku"
ChairpersonsJi-Chul Shin (University of Ulsan, Korea)
 Kazuma Ueno (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-268/ISTS-2015-b-268 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Characterization of Air Breathing Plasma Thrusters Fuelled by Atmospheric Mixtures Encountered in Earth Atmosphere at an Altitude of about 200 km
Konstantinos Katsonis1, Chloe Berenguer1, José Gonzalez del Amo2
1DEDALOS Ltd., Greece, 2European Space Agency, ESTEC, The Netherlands
IEPC-2015-269/ISTS-2015-b-269 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Air-Intake Design Investigation for an Air-Breathing Electric Propulsion System
Francesco Romano1, Tilman Binder1, Georg Herdrich1, Stefanos Fasoulas1, Tony Schönherr2
1Institute of Space System (IRS), University of Stuttgart, Germany, 2University of Tokyo, Japan
IEPC-2015-270/ISTS-2015-b-270 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Study of Airbreathing Electric Thruster for Nearspace Propulsion
CHEN Pan, WU Zhiwen, LIU Xiangyang, XIE Kan, WANG Ningfei, MENG Ying, OUYANG Jiting
Beijing Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-271/ISTS-2015-b-271 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Conceptual Design of an Air-Breathing Electric Propulsion System
Serge Barral1, Gianluca Cifali2, Riccardo Albertoni2, Mariano Andrenucci2
1QuinteScience, Poland, 2ALTA S.p.a., Italy
IEPC-2015-272/ISTS-2015-b-272 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
First Experiments Towards an Atmosphere-Breathing PPT
Tony Schönherr, Gakuto Han, Hiroyuki Koizumi, Kimiya Komurasaki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
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[b-11-1] Thrusters for Microsatellites: Miniature Ion Thruster
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonsTorsten Henning (Justus Liebig University, Giessen, Germany)
 Ryudo Tsukizaki (JAXA/ ISAS, Japan)
IEPC-2015-273/ISTS-2015-b-273 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Iodine-Fueled Mini RF Ion Thruster for CubeSat Applications
Michael Tsay, John Frongillo, Kurt Hohman
Busek Co. Inc., USA
IEPC-2015-274/ISTS-2015-b-274 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
The RIT-μX Miniaturized Ion Engine System way to TRL 5
Christian Altmann, Hans Leiter, Ralf Kukies
Airbus DS GmbH, Germany
IEPC-2015-275/ISTS-2015-b-275 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Miniature Ion Thrusters: A Review of Modern Technologies and Mission Capabilities
Richard E. Wirz
University of California, USA
IEPC-2015-276/ISTS-2015-b-276 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
In-Flight Operation of the Miniature Propulsion System Installed on Small Space Probe: PROCYON
Hiroyuki Koizumi, Hiroki Kawahara, Kazuya Yaginuma, Jun Asakawa, Ryu Funase, Kimiya Komurasaki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
IEPC-2015-277/ISTS-2015-b-277 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Design, Construction and Testing of a Radio Frequency Mini Ion Engine according to the Propulsion Requirements of the Next Generation Gravity Missions "NGGM"
Davar Feili1, Davina Maria Di Cara2, Luca Massotti2, Fabio Musso3, Benjamin Lotz4, Maria Smirnova1, Mantas Dobkevicius1, Cheryl Collingwood5
1University of Southampton, UK, 2ESA/ESTEC, The Netherlands, 3TAS-I, Italy, 4CEC, Germany, 5R.A.L, UK
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[b-11-2] Hall Thruster Erosion & Lifetime (2)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:20 – 15:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Ikuta"
ChairpersonsOlivier Duchemin (Snecma, Safran Group, France)
 Hirokazu Tahara (Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-278/ISTS-2015-b-278 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Molecular Dynamics Computation of Steady-State Sputtering Yields of Hexagonal Boron Nitride
Brandon D. Smith, Iain D. Boyd
University of Michigan, USA
IEPC-2015-279/ISTS-2015-b-279 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Hall Thruster Acceleration Wall Erosion as a Function of Operating Condition
Kristina Lemmer
Western Michigan University, USA
IEPC-2015-280/ISTS-2015-b-280 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Evaluation of Erosion Reduction Mechanisms in Hall Effect Thrusters
Daniel Pérez-Grande, Pablo Fajardo, Eduardo Ahedo
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
IEPC-2015-282/ISTS-2015-b-282 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Magnetic Field Angle Effects on Sheath Formation near a Flat Plate Surface with Applications to Hall Thrusters
Joseph Lukas, George Teel, Michael Keidar
The George Washington University, USA
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[b-11-3] Hall Thruster Discharge Oscillation
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Nunobiki"
ChairpersonsRichard Hofer (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA)
 Makoto Matsui (Shizuoka University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-283/ISTS-2015-b-283 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Breathing Mode in Hall Effect Thrusters
Kentaro Hara, Michael Sekerak, Iain Boyd, Alec Gallimore
The University of Michigan, USA
IEPC-2015-284/ISTS-2015-b-284 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Stabilizing of Low Frequency Oscillation with Two Stages Filter in Hall Thrusters
Wei Liqiu1, Li Jing1, Han Liang1, Yu Daren1, Zhang Chaohai1, He Xiaobin2
1Harbin Institute of Technology, China, 2Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources, China
IEPC-2015-285/ISTS-2015-b-285 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
High-Speed Image Analysis and Filtered Imaging of Nested Hall Effect Thruster Oscillations
Ethan T. Dale, Alec D. Gallimore
University of Michigan, USA
IEPC-2015-286/ISTS-2015-b-286 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Axial-Azimuthal Hybrid-Direct Kinetic Simulation of Hall Effect Thrusters
Kentaro Hara, Iain Boyd
The University of Michigan, USA
IEPC-2015-287/ISTS-2015-b-287 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Study on the Coupling Intensity between Discharge Circuit and Magnetic Circuit in Hall Thrusters
Wei Liqiu1, Ding Yongjie1, Yan Shilin1, Han Liang1, Yu Daren1, He Xiaobin2
1Harbin Institute of Technology, China, 2Shanghai Institute of Space Power Sources, China
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[b-11-4] Ion Thruster Development
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kitano"
ChairpersonsDan M. Goebel (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA)
 Kazutaka Nishiyama (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-288/ISTS-2015-b-288 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Study on Effect of the Magnetic Circuit on the Performance of 40cm Ion Thruster(LIPS-400)
Xianming Wu, Tianping Zhang, Juanjuan Chen
Lanzhou Institute of Physics, China
IEPC-2015-289/ISTS-2015-b-289 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Development of a Radio-Frequency Generator for RF Ion Thrusters
Jens Simon1,2, Uwe Probst1, Peter J. Klar2
1University of Applied Sciences Giessen, Germany, 2University of Giessen, Germany
IEPC-2015-290/ISTS-2015-b-290 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Testing of the Airbus DS 5kW Class Electric Propulsion System Based on Radio-Frequency Ion Thrusters
J.-P. Porst, Jürgen Kuhmann, Hans Leiter, Ralf Kukies
Airbus DS GmbH, Germany
IEPC-2015-291/ISTS-2015-b-291 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Ion Thrusters Development for a Transport and Power Generation Module Project
Alexander S. Lovtsov, Andrey A. Shagayda, Vyacheslav A. Muravlev, Michael Y. Selivanov
Keldysh Research Centre, Russia
IEPC-2015-292/ISTS-2015-b-292 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
System Identification of a Radio-Frequency Ion Thruster
Niklas Wolf1,2, Uwe Probst1, Peter J. Klar2
1University of Applied Sciences Giessen, Germany, 2University of Giessen, Germany
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[b-11-5] Helicon Thruster Development
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kikusui"
ChairpersonsJose Leonardo Ferreira (University of Brasilia, Brazil)
 Akira Ando (Tohoku University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-293/ISTS-2015-b-293 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Development of a Superconducting Magnet System for a Helicon Plasma Thruster
John J. Vitucci, Raymond J. Sedwick
The University of Maryland, USA
IEPC-2015-294/ISTS-2015-b-294 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Recent Progress of a Helicon Plasma Thruster Development
Kazunori Takahashi, Atsushi Komuro, Akira Ando
Tohoku University, Japan
IEPC-2015-295/ISTS-2015-b-295 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Advances in Duration Testing of the VASIMR® VX-200SS System
Jared Squire, Mark Carter, Franklin Chang Díaz, Juan Del Valle, Jose Castro, Matthew Giambusso, Lawrence Dean
Ad Astra Rocket Company, USA
IEPC-2015-296/ISTS-2015-b-296 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Development of Helicon Electrostatic Thruster (HEST)
Akira Uchigashima1, Teruaki Baba1, Daisuke Ichihara1, Akira Iwakawa1, Akihiro Sasoh1, Shota Harada2, Takuya Yamazaki2, Matsutaka Sasahara2, Tomiji Iwasaki2
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan
IEPC-2015-297/ISTS-2015-b-297 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Design and Development of a 1kw-Class Helicon Antenna Thruster
Mario Merino1, Jaume Navarro1, Eduardo Ahedo1, Mercedes Ruiz2, Victor Gómez2, Eduard Bosch3, José González del Amo3
1Equipo de Propulsión Espacial y Plasmas, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, 2SENER Ingeniería y Sistemas, Tres Cantos, Spain, 3Propulsion Laboratory, ESTEC, ESA, The Netherlands
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[b-11-6] Tether Propulsion
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:20 – 15:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Waraku"
ChairpersonsDaniel Andrew Herman (NASA Glenn Research Center, USA)
 Yoshiki Yamagiwa (Shizuoka University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-298/ISTS-2015-b-298 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Particle-in-cell Simulation of Potential Structure around Electric Solar Wind Sail Tethers
Kento Hoshi, Hirotsugu Kojima, Hiroshi Yamakawa
Kyoto University, Japan
IEPC-2015-299/ISTS-2015-b-299 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Optimization of Orbital Transfer of Electrodynamic Tether Satellite by Nonlinear Programming
Ryusuke Harada, Koki Fujita, Toshiya Hanada
Kyushu University, Japan
IEPC-2015-301/ISTS-2015-b-301 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Preparation for On-Orbit Demonstration of Electrodynamic Tether on HTV
Yasushi Ohkawa, Satomi Kawamoto, Teppei Okumura, Kentaro Iki, Yuuta Horikawa, Kazutaka Kawashima, Yoshiyuki Miura, Moto Takai, Masahito Washiya, Osamu Kawasaki, Daisuke Tsujita, Toru Kasai, Hirohiko Uematsu, Koichi Inoue
JAXA, Japan
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[b-12-1] Thrusters for Microsatellites: Small Hall Thruster
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 17:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonsMichael Tsay (Busek Co. Inc., USA)
 Hiroyuki Koizumi (Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-302/ISTS-2015-b-302 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Research and Development of Low-Power Cylindrical-Type Hall Thrusters for Nano/Micro-Satellites
Tetsuo Kakuma, Tomoyuki Ikeda, Masato Nishida, Taisuke Kagota, Yuya Takahata, Hirokazu Tahara
Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-303/ISTS-2015-b-303 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
The Iodine Satellite (iSAT) Project Development through Critical Design Review (CDR)
John W. Dankanich1, Hani Kamhawi2, Derek Calvert1, James Szabo3
1NASA MSFC, USA, 2NASA GRC, USA, 3Busek Co., USA
IEPC-2015-304/ISTS-2015-b-304 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Design of a CubeSat Propulsion System using a Cylindrical Hall Thruster
Lui T.C. Habl1, Paolo Gessini1, Stephen B. Gabriel2
1University of Brasília, Brazil, 2University of Southampton, UK
IEPC-2015-305/ISTS-2015-b-305 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Performance Evaluation of the T-40 Low-Power Hall Current Thruster
Jason D. Frieman1, Thomas M. Liu1, Mitchell L.R. Walker1, Jason Makela2, Alex Mathers2, Pete Peterson2
1Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, 2Aerojet Rocketdyne, USA
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[b-12-2] Hall Thruster Facility Effect
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 17:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Ikuta"
ChairpersonsAndreas Neumann (DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany)
 Kenichi Kubota (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-307/ISTS-2015-b-307 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Effects of the Gas Pressure on Electron Transport in E Cross B Discharges
Yevgeny Raitses1, Andrei Smolyakov2, Igor Kaganovich1
1Princeton University Plasma Physics Laboratory, USA, 2University of Saskatchewan, Canada
IEPC-2015-42/ISTS-2015-b-42 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
XR-5 and XR-5A Hall Thruster Performance and Facility Effect Characterization
David Q. King1, Peter Y. Peterson1, Justin Pucci1, Alex Mathers1, Derek Inaba1, Jason Makela1, Jakob Trescott1, Ron Corey1, Daniel L. Brown2, Robert B. Lobbia2, Kent D. Hartley2, Michael J. Sekerak2
1Aerojet Rocketdyne, USA, 2Air Force Research Laboratory, USA
IEPC-2015-309/ISTS-2015-b-309 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Theoretical Considerations of Facility Effects on Hall Thruster Performance
R. Spektor, K. D. Diamant
The Aerospace Corporation, USA
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[b-12-3] Hall Thruster Simulation (2)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 17:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Nunobiki"
ChairpersonsMikellides G. Ioannis (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA)
 Shinatora Cho (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-311/ISTS-2015-b-311 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Fully Two-Dimensional Particle-In-Cell Monte Carlo Collisions Model of a Wall-Less Hall Thruster
Laurent Garrigues1,2, Stéphane Mazouffre3, Julien Vaudolon3, Sedina Tsikata3
1Laplace, Université de Toulouse, UPS, INPT Toulouse, France, 2CNRS, Laplace, France, 3ICARE, CNRS, Orléans, France
IEPC-2015-313/ISTS-2015-b-313 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Characterization of Fluctuations in Hybrid Axial-Azimuthal Hall Thruster Simulations
Eduardo Fernandez, Caleb Dowdy, Jacob Aley
Eckerd College, USA
IEPC-2015-314/ISTS-2015-b-314 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Pseudospectral Model for Hybrid PIC Hall-Effect Thruster Simulation
Justin Koo1, Robert Martin2, Jonathan Tran2
1AFRL/RQRS, USA, 2ERC Incorporated, USA
IEPC-2015-315/ISTS-2015-b-315 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Dynamic Particle Weight Remapping in Hybrid PIC Hall-Effect Thruster Simulation
Robert Martin1, Justin Koo2, Jonathan Tran1
1ERC Incorporated, USA, 2AFRL/RQRS, USA
IEPC-2015-316/ISTS-2015-b-316 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Two-Dimensional PIC Electron Guiding Center Model of a Plasma in a Hall Thruster
Dariusz Daniłko1, Serge Barral2, Benjamin Laurent3
1Institute of Plasma Physics and Laser Microfusion, Poland, 2QuinteScience, Poland, 3Snecma, Safran Group, France
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[b-12-4] Ion Thruster Propellant
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 18:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kitano"
ChairpersonsHans-Peter Harmann (AST Advanced Space Technologies GmbH, Germany)
 Yoshiyuki Takao (Nishinippon Institute of Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-317/ISTS-2015-b-317 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Study on Negative Ion Thruster using Fullerene Propellant
Daiki Koda1, Hitoshi Kuninaka2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
IEPC-2015-318/ISTS-2015-b-318 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
System Assessment of a Non-Conventional Solid-Based Propellant as an Alternative to Xenon for Ion Thrusters and Plasma Sources
Cheryl Collingwood1, Davar Feili2, Ruth Bamford1, Bob Bingham1
1RAL Space, STFC, UK, 2University of Southampton, UK
IEPC-2015-319/ISTS-2015-b-319 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Optical Plasma Diagnostics of a RIT-4 Ion Source Operating with Xenon, Argon or Adamantane
Julian Kaupe, Kristof Holste, Slobodan Mitic
Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Germany
IEPC-2015-320/ISTS-2015-b-320 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
On the Search for Alternative Propellants for Ion Thrusters
Kristof Holste1, Jennifer Konrad1,2, Stefan Schippers1, Bruno Meyer2, Peter Klar2, Peter Schreiner3, Alfred Müller1
1Institute of Atomic and Molecular Physics, Germany, 2I. Physical Institute, Germany, 3Institute of Organic Chemistry, Germany
IEPC-2015-321/ISTS-2015-b-321 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Feasibility Study on the Use of Adamantane as a Propellant for a Radio Frequency Ion Thruster
Waldemar Gärtner1, Peter Köhler1, Patrick Dietz1, Hans Leiter2, Peter J. Klar1, Bruno K. Meyer1
1Justus-Liebig-University of Giessen, Germany, 2Airbus Defence and Space, Germany
IEPC-2015-322/ISTS-2015-b-322 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Low-Power Radio-Frequency Ion Thruster
Nikolay Antropov1, Ruslan Akhmetzhanov1, Albert Belogurov2, Aleksandr Bogatyi1, Pavel Dronov2, Grigoriy Dyakonov1, Andrey Ivanov2, Garri Popov1, Sergey Khartov1
1Research Institute of Applied Mechanics and Electrodynamics of Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Russia, 2OSC "Konstruktorskoe Buro Khimavtomatiky", Russia
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[b-12-5] Helicon Thruster Physics
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 17:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kikusui"
ChairpersonsJustin Little (MSNW LLC, USA)
 Hiroyuki Nishida (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-323/ISTS-2015-b-323 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Spatial Profile of Ion Velocity Distribution Function in Helicon High-Density Plasma by Laser Induced Fluorescence Method
Yuriko Tanida, Daisuke Kuwahara, Shunjiro Shinohara
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-324/ISTS-2015-b-324 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Plasma Properties in the Helicon Plasma Source at the VASIMR® VX-CR
Jose Castro-Nieto1, Allan Rivera1, Juan Del Valle1, Franklin Chang-Diaz1, Mark D. Carter2, Jared P. Squire2
1Ad Astra Rocket Company, Costa Rica, 2Ad Astra Rocket Company, USA
IEPC-2015-326/ISTS-2015-b-326 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Analysis of Plasma Impedance in Helicon Antenna Thrusters
Bin Tian1, Eduardo Ahedo1, Jaume Navarro Cavallé2
1Equipo de Propulsión Espacial y Plasmas (EP2), Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, 2Equipo de Propulsión Espacial y Plasmas (EP2), Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
IEPC-2015-327/ISTS-2015-b-327 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Helicon Wave Profiling by Magnetic Induction Probes
Sebastián Rojas Mata, Edgar Choueiri
Princeton University, USA
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[b-12-6] Magnetic/Magneto Plasma Sail
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 17:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Waraku"
ChairpersonsGeorg Herdrich (Institute of Space Systems (IRS), Germany)
 Hideki Nakashima (Kyushu University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-328/ISTS-2015-b-328 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Increase in Thrust of Magneto Plasma Sail using Solid or Deployable Superconducting Coil
Yoh Nagasaki1, Ikkoh Funaki2, Taketsune Nakamura1, Hiroshi Yamakawa1
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
IEPC-2015-329/ISTS-2015-b-329 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Thrust Performance of Magneto Plasma Sail with a Magnetic Nozzle
Yoshihiro Kajimura1, Yuya Oshio2, Ikkoh Funaki2, Masaharu Matsumoto3, Hiroshi Yamakawa4
1National Institute of Technology, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Tokyo University, Japan, 4Kyoto University, Japan
IEPC-2015-330/ISTS-2015-b-330 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Magnetosphere Inflation of Magnetoplasma Sail
Yuya Oshio1, Kazuma Ueno1, Tatsurou Sano2, Ikkoh Funaki1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Shizuoka University, Japan
IEPC-2015-331/ISTS-2015-b-331 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Preliminary Results of Multi-Coilmagnetic Sail Experiment
Kazuma Ueno1, Yuya Oshio1, Ikkoh Funaki1, Hiroshi Yamakawa2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan
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[b-13-1] Plenary Session "Hayabusa"
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 9:00 – 10:30
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonHitoshi Kuninaka (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-332/ISTS-2015-b-332 ( 9:00 - 9:30 )
Improvement of the Thrust Force of the μ10 Microwave Ion Thruster by Optimizing the Potential of the Conductive Wall
Ryudo Tsukizaki1, Ippei Nishiyama2, Satoshi Hosoda1, Kazutaka Nishiyama1, Hitoshi Kuninaka1
1JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
IEPC-2015-333/ISTS-2015-b-333 ( 9:30 - 10:00 )
Development and Testing of the Hayabusa2 Ion Engine System
Kazutaka Nishiyama, Satoshi Hosoda, Kazuma Ueno, Ryudo Tsukizaki, Hitoshi Kuninaka
JAXA, Japan
IEPC-2015-334/ISTS-2015-b-334 ( 10:00 - 10:30 )
Initial Checkout after Launch of Hayabusa2 Ion Engine System
Satoshi Hosoda, Kazutaka Nishiyama, Ryudo Tsukizaki, Hitoshi Kuninaka
JAXA, Japan
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[b-14-1] Thrusters for Microsatellites: Advanced Concept
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonsIvan S. Tkachenko (Samara State Aerospace University, Russia)
 Yoshinori Takao (Yokohama National University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-335/ISTS-2015-b-335 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
A Laser Thermal Mircothruster with a Novel Laser-Diode-Coupled Fiber-Tip Thermal Source
Yoshiki Fukuda, Keisuke Kondo, Tatsuro Shimojo, Hideyuki Horisawa
Tokai University, Japan
IEPC-2015-336/ISTS-2015-b-336 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Attitude and Orbital Control for the UWE-4 CubeSat Based on Vacuum Arc Thruster
Mathias Pietzka1, Philip Bangert2, Anton Lebeda3, Klaus Schilling2, Jochen Schein1
1University of the Federal Armed Forces, Germany, 2Julius-Maximilians-Universität Wuerzburg, Germany, 3Apcon AeroSpace & Defence GmbH, Germany
IEPC-2015-337/ISTS-2015-b-337 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Inductively Coupled Electromagnetic (ICE) Thruster for Small Spacecraft Propulsion
Anthony Pancotti1, John Slough1, David Kirtley1, Jordan Nuehoff2
1MSNW LLC, USA, 2University of Washington, USA
IEPC-2015-338/ISTS-2015-b-338 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
R&D Status of the Pocket Rocket Thruster and Its Role in Future Micro-Satellites Space and Astronomical Missions
Rod Boswell, Christine Charles
Space Plasma Power and Propulsion, Australia
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[b-14-2] Hall Thruster Near-Wall Physics
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Ikuta"
ChairpersonsAmnon Fruchtman (H.I.T. - Holon Institute of Technology, Israel)
 Makoto Matsui (Shizuoka University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-339/ISTS-2015-b-339 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Plasma-Wall Interaction and Hall Thruster Microturbulence
Sedina Tsikata1, Cyrille Honoré2, Anne Héron3, Aude Pétin1, Stéphane Mazouffre1
1ICARE, Electric Propulsion team, CNRS UPR 3021, Orléans, France, 2LPP, CNRS UMR 7648, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France, 3CPHT, CNRS UMR 7644, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France
IEPC-2015-340/ISTS-2015-b-340 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Excitation of Ion Accoustic Waves in Plasmas with Electron Emission from Walls
Alexander V. Khrabrov1, Dmytro Sydorenko2, Igor D. Kaganovich1, Andrei Smolyakov3, Yevgeny Raitses1
1Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, USA, 2University of Alberta, Canada, 3University of Saskatchewan, Canada
IEPC-2015-341/ISTS-2015-b-341 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Numerical Investigation of Near-Wall Particle Dynamics in Acceleration Region of Hall Thrusters
Yong Cao, Huijun Cao, Yuchuan Chu, Lu Chang, Quan Lulu
Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen Graduate School, China
IEPC-2015-342/ISTS-2015-b-342 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Secondary Electron Emission Properties of Boron Nitride Ceramic Materials at High Temperatures
Yevgeny Raitses1, Paul Dourbal1, Rostislav Spektor2
1Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, USA, 2The Aerospace Corporation, USA
IEPC-2015-343/ISTS-2015-b-343 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Plasma-Wall Interaction Controlled by Secondary Electron Emission
Irina Schweigert1,2, Samuel Langendorf3, Mitchell Walker3, Michael Keidar1
1George Washington University, USA, 2Khristianovich Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Russia, 3Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
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[b-14-3] HEMP Thruster Qualification
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Nunobiki"
ChairpersonsErnst Bosch (Thales Electronic Systems GmbH, Germany)
 Daisuke Nakata (Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-344/ISTS-2015-b-344 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Scalability of the HEMP-T Technology for Station Keeping and Orbit Raising
B. van Reijen1, S. Weis1, R. Heidemann1, A. Lazurenko1, J. Haderspeck1, A. Genovese.1, P. Holtmann1, K. Ruf2, N. Püttmann2
1Thales Deutschland GmbH, Germany, 2Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e. V. (DLR), Germany
IEPC-2015-345/ISTS-2015-b-345 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Overview, Qualification and Delivery Status of the HEMPT based Ion Propulsion System for SmallGEO
Stefan Weis1, Alexey Lazurenko1, Benjamin van Reijen1, Jens Haderspeck1, Angelo Genovese1, Ralf Heidemann1, Peter Holtmann1, Klaus Ruf2, Norbert Püttmann2
1Thales Deutschland GmbH, Germany, 2Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e. V. (DLR), Germany
IEPC-2015-346/ISTS-2015-b-346 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
HEMP Thruster Assembly Performance with Increased Gas Tubing Lengths of Flow Control Unit
J. Haderspeck1, S. Weis1, B. van Reijen1, A. Genovese1, A. Lazurenko1, R. Heidemann1, P. Holtmann1, K. Ruf2, N. Püttmann2
1Business Unit Electron Devices, Germany, 2Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e. V. (DLR) - Raumfahrt-Agentur, Germany
IEPC-2015-347/ISTS-2015-b-347 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Qualification and Acceptance Test Results of HEMP Thruster Modules
Alexey Lazurenko1, Angelo Genovese1, Ralf Heidemann1, Jens Haderspeck1, Benjamin van Reijen1, Stefan Weis1, Peter Holtmann1, Klaus Ruf2, Norbert Püttmann2
1Thales Deutschland GmbH Business Unit Electron Devices, Germany, 2Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e. V. (DLR) - Raumfahrt-Agentur, Germany
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[b-14-4] Spectroscopic Measurement
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kitano"
ChairpersonsJohn Foster (University of Michigan, USA)
 Ryudo Tsukizaki (JAXA/ ISAS, Japan)
IEPC-2015-348/ISTS-2015-b-348 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Telemicroscopy Erosion Measurements of a 5 kW Class Hall Thruster Channel Walls
Tommaso Andreussi1, Luca Pieri1, Riccardo Albertoni1, Mariano Andrenucci1, Olivier Duchemin2
1Alta S.p.A., Italy, 2Snecma, Safran Group, France
IEPC-2015-349/ISTS-2015-b-349 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Time-Synchronized Laser Induced Fluorescence Techniques for the Study of Quasi-Periodic Xenon Plasma Phenomena
Andrea Lucca Fabris, Christopher V. Young, Mark A. Cappelli
Stanford Plasma Physics Laboratory, Stanford University, USA
IEPC-2015-350/ISTS-2015-b-350 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Time-Synchronized Continuous Wave Laser Induced Fluorescence Velocity Measurements of a Hall Thruster
Natalia MacDonald-Tenenbaum1, Christopher Young2, Andrea Lucca Fabris2, Michael Nakles3, Mark Cappelli2, William Hargus Jr.1
1Air Force Research Laboratory, USA, 2Stanford University, USA, 3ERC, Inc., USA
IEPC-2015-352/ISTS-2015-b-352 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Further Development of Cavity Enhanced Thomson Scattering for Plasma Thruster Diagnostics
Adam Friss, Azer P. Yalin
Colorado State University, USA
IEPC-2015-353/ISTS-2015-b-353 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Ion-Induced Electron Emission from Conducting Materials for Advanced Plasma Applications
Marlene I. Patino, Taylor S. Matlock, Richard E. Wirz
University of California, USA
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[b-14-5] Magnetic Nozzle for Plasma Thruster
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 13:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kikusui"
ChairpersonsMario Merino (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain)
 Hideki Nakashima (Kyushu University, Japan)
IEPC-2015-354/ISTS-2015-b-354 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Hybrid Simulation of a Magnetic Nozzle: Exploring Magnetized/Demagnetized Regimes
Jaume Navarro-Cavallé1, Eduardo Ahedo2
1Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain, 2Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (EP2-UC3M), Spain
IEPC-2015-355/ISTS-2015-b-355 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Plasma Energy Conversion in the Expanding Magnetic Nozzle
Min Li, Hai-bin Tang, Alena Kitaeva
Beihang University, China
IEPC-2015-356/ISTS-2015-b-356 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Particles Interaction Influence on Plume Divergence in Plasma Thruster Magnetic Nozzle
Alena Kitaeva, Hai-bin Tang, Min Li, Guangnan Chen
Beihang University, China
IEPC-2015-357/ISTS-2015-b-357 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Quasi-One-Dimensional Particle-In-Cell Simulation of Magnetic Nozzles
Frans H. Ebersohn1, J.P. Sheehan1, Alec D. Gallimore1, John V. Shebalin2
1University of Michigan, USA, 2NASA Johnson Space Center, USA
IEPC-2015-358/ISTS-2015-b-358 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Non-Local Electron Energy Probability Function in a Plasma Expanding along a Magnetic Nozzle
Rod Boswell1, Kazunori Takahashi2, Christine Charles1, Igor D. Kaganovich3
1The Australian National University, Australia, 2Tohoku University, Japan, 3Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, USA
IEPC-2015-359/ISTS-2015-b-359 ( 12:40 - 13:00 )
Modeling of Magnetic Nozzle Thrusters and Application to ECR and Helicon Thrusters
Trevor Lafleur1,2, Denis Packan1, Felix Cannat1,2, Julien Jarrige1, Paul-Quentin Elias1
1Onera – The French Aerospace Lab., France, 2Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas –CNRS, France
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[b-14-6] Test Facility Effect
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Waraku"
ChairpersonsKristina M. Lemmer (Western Michigan University, USA)
 Kazuma Ueno (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-360/ISTS-2015-b-360 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Electric Propulsion Propellant Flow within Vacuum Chamber
Yoshinori Nakayama, Masahiro Nakamura
National Defense Academy, Japan
IEPC-2015-361/ISTS-2015-b-361 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Molecular Outgassing and Deposition in EP Applications
Lubos Brieda
Particle In Cell Consulting LLC, USA
IEPC-2015-362/ISTS-2015-b-362 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Pragmatic, Empirically-Derived Corrections for Facility Effects in Performance and Plume Measurements of Hall thrusters
Bryan M. Reid
The University of Michigan, USA
IEPC-2015-363/ISTS-2015-b-363 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Qualification of the AEPD system as a Standard On-Ground Tool for Electric Propulsion Thrusters
F. Scortecci1, D. Pagano1, C. Bundesmann2, C. Eichhorn2, F. Scholze2, H. Neumann2, H. Leiter2, H. Kersten4, R. Blott5, B. Meyer6, S. Mazouffre7, A. Bulit8, J. Gonzales del Amo8
1Aerospazio Tecnologie s.r.l., Italy, 2Leibniz-Institute of Surface Modification, Germany, 3Airbus Defence & Space, Germany, 4Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel, Germany, 5Space Enterprise Partnership, UK, 6Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Germany, 7Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique-ICARE, F, 8ESA/ESTEC, The Netherlands
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[b-15-1] Miniatured Propellant Feed System
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonsClaude Boniface (CNES, France)
 Hiroyuki Koizumi (Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-364/ISTS-2015-b-364 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
A Pressurized Inert-Gas Propellant Feed System for the CubeSat Ambipolar Thruster
Timothy A. Collard, J. P. Sheehan, Alec D. Gallimore
University of Michigan, USA
IEPC-2015-365/ISTS-2015-b-365 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Development of the Miniaturized Pressure Regulation System "mPRS"
Hans-Peter Harmann, Swenja Rothaus
AST Advanced Space Technologies GmbH, Germany
IEPC-2015-366/ISTS-2015-b-366 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Status of the Miniaturized Flow Control Unit "μFCU"
Hans-Peter Harmann1, Heiko Dartsch1, Jan-Patrick Porst2
1AST Advanced Space Technologies GmbH, Germany, 2Airbus Defense and Space GmbH , Germany
IEPC-2015-367/ISTS-2015-b-367 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Small Satellite Constellation Electric Propulsion Propellant Management System
Kalle Nordling, Antti Kestilä
Aalto University, Finland
IEPC-2015-368/ISTS-2015-b-368 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Design, Development and Performance Study of Piezoelectric Microvalve for Electric Propulsion System
Chitnis V D1, K M Shanbhouge1, M V Narasimha Prasad1, B K Venkatramu1, K Rajanna2, M. M. Nayak3
1Liquid Propulsion Systems Center, Indian Space Research Organisation, India, 2Indian Institute of Science, India, 3Center for Nano Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, India
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[b-15-2] Hall Thruster Electron Transport (1)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Ikuta"
ChairpersonsMitchell Walker (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
 Ikkoh Funaki (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-369/ISTS-2015-b-369 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Influence of Phase-Energy Correlation on Electron Cross-Field Mobility in a Hall Thruster
Dariusz Daniłko1, Serge Barral2
1Institute of Plasma Physics and Laser Microfusion, Poland, 2QuinteScience, Poland
IEPC-2015-370/ISTS-2015-b-370 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Instabilities, Fluctuations and Transport in Hall Thrusters: Theory and Numerical Simulations
A. Smolyakov1, W. Frias1, I. Romadanov1, A. Koshkarov1, Y. Raitses2, I. Kaganovich2
1University of Saskatchewan, Canada, 2Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, USA
IEPC-2015-371/ISTS-2015-b-371 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Numerical Analysis of High-Frequency Azimuthal Oscillations in Hall Thrusters
Diego Escobar1, Eduardo Ahedo2
1Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), Spain, 2Equipo de Propulsión Espacial y Plasmas, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (EP2), Spain
IEPC-2015-372/ISTS-2015-b-372 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Theoretical Model of Large Scale Rayleigh-Taylor Instability in Hall Effect Thrusters with High Specific Impulse
Alexander Kapulkin, Ehud Behar
Asher Space Research Institute of Technion, Israel
IEPC-2015-373/ISTS-2015-b-373 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Multi-Dimensional Kinetic Simulations of Instabilities and Transport in ExB Devices
Johan Carlsson1, Igor D. Kaganovich1, Alexander V. Khrabrov1, Andrei Smolyakov3, Dmytro Sydorenko2, Yevgeny Raitses1
1Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, USA, 2University of Saskatchewan, Canada, 3University of Alberta, Canada
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[b-15-3] Cusped Field Thruster (1)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Nunobiki"
ChairpersonsStefan Weis (Thales Deutschland GmbH, Business Unit Electron Devices, Germany)
 Satoshi Hosoda (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-374/ISTS-2015-b-374 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Simulation for an Improvement of a Down-Scaled HEMP-Thruster
Tim Brandt1,3, Thomas Trottenberg3, Rodion Groll2, Frank Jansen1, Franz Hey4, Ulrich Johann4, Holger Kersten3, Claus Braxmaier1,2
1DLR Institut für Raumfahrtsysteme Bremen, Germany, 2ZARM Bremen, Germany, 3Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany, 4Airbus D & S, Friedrichshafen, Germany
IEPC-2015-375/ISTS-2015-b-375 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Measurement of Anode Current Density Distribution in a Cusped Field Thruster
Huan Wu, Hui Liu, Yingchao Meng, Daren Yu, Junyou Zhang, Siyu Yang
Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), China
IEPC-2015-376/ISTS-2015-b-376 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Direct Measurement of Anode Current Density Distribution in a Cusped Field Thruster
Yingchao Meng, Hui Liu, Huan Wu, Daren Yu, Junyou Zhang, Siyu Yang
Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), China
IEPC-2015-377/ISTS-2015-b-377 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Downscaling a HEMP-T to micro-Newton Thrust Levels: Current Status and Latest Results
Franz Georg Hey1,2, Tim Brandt3,4, Claus Braxmaier3,5, Martin Tajmar2, Ewan Fitzsimons1, Dennis Weise1, Ulrich Johann1
1Airbus Defence and Space, Germany, 2Technische Universität Dresden, Germany, 3DLR, Germany, 4Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Germany, 5Universität Bremen, ZARM, Germany
IEPC-2015-378/ISTS-2015-b-378 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Influence of Series Resistors with Multi-Circle Anode on a Cusped Field Thruster
Siyu Yang, Hui Liu, Huan Wu, Daren Yu, Yingchao Meng, Junyou Zhang
Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), China
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[b-15-4] Ion Thruster Advanced Concept
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kitano"
ChairpersonsLubos Brieda (Particle In Cell Consulting LLC, USA)
 Kazutaka Nishiyama (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-379/ISTS-2015-b-379 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Characterization of a Neutralizer-Free Gridded Ion Thruster
Dmytro Rafalskyi, Ane Aanesland
Laboratoire de Physique des Plasmas (CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique, Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ Paris 06, Univ Paris-Sud), Ecole Polytechnique, France
IEPC-2015-380/ISTS-2015-b-380 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Investigation of the PEGASES Thruster Magnetic Filter via Laser Photodetachment Experiments
D. Renaud1, E. Pawelec2, S. Mazouffre1, A. Aanesland3
1CNRS, ICARE, Orléans, France, 2University of Opole, Opole, Poland, 3LPP, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France
IEPC-2015-381/ISTS-2015-b-381 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Increasing the Traditional Child-Langmuir Limited Current Density in Ion Thrusters through Plasma Potential Modification
Neil Arthur1, John Foster1, Michael Patterson2, Robert Thomas2, Chris Davis3, Eric Viges3
1The University of Michigan, USA, 2NASA Glenn Research Center, USA, 3Electrodynamic Applications, USA
IEPC-2015-382/ISTS-2015-b-382 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Impulse Transfer Thruster for an Ion Beam Shepherd Mission
Davar Feili1, Mercedes Ruiz2, Eduardo Ahedo3, Mario Merino3, Maria Smirnova1, Mantas Dobkevicius1
1University of Southampton, UK, 2SENER Group, Spain, 3Universidad Carlos III, Spain
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[b-15-5] Helicon Thruster Performance (1)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kikusui"
ChairpersonsVladimir Obukhov (RIAME MAI, Russia)
 Yuya Oshio (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-383/ISTS-2015-b-383 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Helicon Magnetoplasmadynamic Plasma Thruster for Large Thrust and High Specific Impulse Electric Propulsion
Kazunori Takahashi, Atsushi Komuro, Akira Ando
Tohoku University, Japan
IEPC-2015-384/ISTS-2015-b-384 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Limits on the Efficiency of a Helicon Plasma Thruster
Amnon Fruchtman
H.I.T. – Holon Institute of Technology, Israel
IEPC-2015-385/ISTS-2015-b-385 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Effect of Propellant Species on Thrust Imparted by a Helicon Plasma Thruster
Aiki Chiba, Kazunori Takahashi, Atsushi Komuro, Akira Ando
Tohoku University, Japan
IEPC-2015-386/ISTS-2015-b-386 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
High-Density Helicon Plasma Thrusters using Electrodeless Acceleration Schemes
Daisuke Kuwahara, Shunjiro Shinohara, Takamichi Ishii, Shuhei Otsuka, Toshiki Nakagawa, Kensuke Kishi, Marie Sakata, Eiko Tanaka, Hiraku Iwaya, Kohei Takizawa, Yuriko Tanida, Takayuki Naito, Kazuki Yano, Takahiro Nakamura, Sho Ito, Hiroyuki Nishida
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-387/ISTS-2015-b-387 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
An Helicon Double Layer Type Thruster within a Double Magnetic Cusped Field Configuration
José Leonardo Ferreira, Arthur C. B. S. Serra, Helrbert O. Coelho Jr, Felipe O. Nathan, Ernesto G. Costa, Alexandre Alves Martins
University of Brasilia, Brazil
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[b-15-6] EP Test Facility
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Waraku"
ChairpersonsDenis Packan (ONERA, France)
 Kenichi Kubota (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-388/ISTS-2015-b-388 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
First Measurements with a New 2d Far Field Beam Scanning Device at DLR’s Electric Propulsion Test Facility
Andreas Neumann1, Vladislav V. Nigmatzyanov2, Klaus Hannemann1,2, Peter J. Klar2
1German Aerospace Center DLR, Germany, 2Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany
IEPC-2015-389/ISTS-2015-b-389 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Further Development of the TIHTUS Test Facility at IRS
Ashley Chadwick, Adam Boxberger, Georg Herdrich
University of Stuttgart, Germany
IEPC-2015-391/ISTS-2015-b-391 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Development and Commissioning of an Electric Propulsion Test Facility
Andrew Stapleton, Stephen Clark
QinetiQ, UK
IEPC-2015-392/ISTS-2015-b-392 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Electric Propulsion Thruster Diagnostic Activities at IOM
C. Bundesmann1, C. Eichhorn1, F. Scholze1, H. Neumann1, H.J. Leiter2, F. Scortecci3
1Leibniz-Institute of Surface Modification, Germany, 2Airbus Defence & Space, Germany, 3Aerospazio Tecnologie s.r.l., Italy
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[b-16-1] Thrusters for Microsatellites: System Analysis
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 16:00 – 17:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, ASTROSCALE Main Hall
ChairpersonsRod Boswell (Australian National University, Australia)
 Kazuhiro Toyoda (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-394/ISTS-2015-b-394 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Development of a Compact Propulsion Systems for Mini-Sats Applications
F. Scortecci, F. Moneti, E. Bonelli
Aerospazio Tecnologie s.r.l., Italy
IEPC-2015-395/ISTS-2015-b-395 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Electric Propulsion for Small Satellite-Inspector
Ivan S. Tkachenko, Vadim V. Salmin
Samara State Aerospace University, Russia
IEPC-2015-396/ISTS-2015-b-396 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Introducing Very High Δv Capabilitiy to Nanosats and Cubesats
Alexander Reissner1, Nembo Buldrini1, Bernhard Seifert1, Thomas Hörbe1, Carsten Scharlemann2
1FOTEC Forschungs- und Technologietransfer GmbH, Austria, 2The University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt, Austria
IEPC-2015-491/ISTS-2015-b-491 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
MEPS Programme – New Horizons for Low Power EPS
Tommaso Misuri1, Jacob Herscovitz2
1ALTA SpA, Italy, 2RAFAEL Ltd. Israel
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[b-16-2] Hall Thruster Electron Transport (2)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 16:00 – 18:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Ikuta"
ChairpersonsMitchell Walker (Georgia Tech, USA)
 Shinatora Cho (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-397/ISTS-2015-b-397 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
The Electron Diffusion into the Channel of Stationary Plasma Thruster
Alexander Veselovzorov, Alexander Pogorelov, Edward Svirsky, Vladimir Smirnov
National Research Centre, Russia
IEPC-2015-398/ISTS-2015-b-398 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Boltzmann Transport in Hybrid PIC HET Modelling
Jonathan Tran1, Artan Qerushi1, Robert Martin1, Justin Koo2
1ERC Incorporated, USA, 2AFRL/RQRS, USA
IEPC-2015-399/ISTS-2015-b-399 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Time-Resolved Laser-Induced Fluorescence Measurements in the Plume of a 6-kW Hall Thruster
Christopher Durot, Marcel Georgin, Alec Gallimore
University of Michigan, USA
IEPC-2015-400/ISTS-2015-b-400 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Investigation of the Ion Transit Time Instability in a Hall Thruster Combining Time-Resolved LIF Spectroscopy and Analytical Calculations
Julien Vaudolon, Stéphane Mazouffre
CNRS-ICARE (Institut de Combustion, Aérothermique, Réactivité et Environnement), France
IEPC-2015-401/ISTS-2015-b-401 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
The Measurement of Transient Magnetic Field Strength in an Operating Hall Thruster Based on Faraday Rotation Effect
Liang Han, Liqiu Wei, Daren Yu
Harbin Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-402/ISTS-2015-b-402 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Hall2De Simulations with an Anomalous Transport Model Based on the Electron Cyclotron Drift Instability
Ira Katz, Ioannis G. Mikellides, Alejandro Lopez Ortega, Benjamin A. Jorns
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, USA
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[b-16-3] Cusped Field Thruster (2)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 16:00 – 17:40
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Nunobiki"
ChairpersonsStefan Weis (Thales Deutschland GmbH, Business Unit Electron Devices, Germany)
 Hiroyuki Nishida (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan)
IEPC-2015-403/ISTS-2015-b-403 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Research of a Cusped Field Thruster Using Different Wall Materials
Sun Guoshun, Liu Hui, Yu Daren, Chen Pengbo, Ma Chengyu
Harbin Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-404/ISTS-2015-b-404 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Experimental Study of the Influence of the Anode Position in a Cusped Field Thruster
Junyou Zhang, Hui Liu, Huan Wu, Daren Yu, Yingchao Meng, Siyu Yang
Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), China
IEPC-2015-405/ISTS-2015-b-405 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Initial Performance Characterisation of a Plasma Thruster Employing Magnetic Null Regions
Tom Wantock, Aaron Knoll
University of Surrey, UK
IEPC-2015-406/ISTS-2015-b-406 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
A Fully Kinetic and Self-Consistent Simulation of a μ-HEMP -Thruster using Random Cell Scattering (RCS) for Solving the "Anomalous Electron Transport" Problem
Günter Kornfeld
Kornfeld Plasma & Microwave Consulting, Germany
IEPC-2015-407/ISTS-2015-b-407 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Experimental Study of Hollow Anode Position Effect on Cusped Field Thruster
Chengyu Ma, Hui Liu, Daren Yu, Guoshun Sun, Pengbo Chen, Yinjian Zhao
Harbin Institute of Technology, China
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[b-16-4] Ion Thruster Simulation
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 16:00 – 17:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kitano"
ChairpersonsAndrea Lucca Fabris (Stanford University, USA)
 Yoshihiro Kajimura (National Institute of Technology, Akashi, Japan)
IEPC-2015-408/ISTS-2015-b-408 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Self-Consistent Numerical 1D/3D Hybrid Modeling of Radio-Frequency Ion Thrusters
Chris Volkmar1,2, Ubbo Ricklefs1, Peter J. Klar2
1University of Applied Sciences Giessen, Germany, 2University of Giessen, Germany
IEPC-2015-409/ISTS-2015-b-409 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Analytical and Computational Model for Radio-Frequency Ion Thruster
Stepan V. Kanev, Sergey A. Khartov, Vladislav V. Nigmatzyanov
Moscow Aviation Institute (National research University), Russia
IEPC-2015-410/ISTS-2015-b-410 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Comprehensive Radio – Frequency (RF) Ion Thruster Electromagnetic and Thermal Modelling
Mantas Dobkevicius1, Johann Müller2, Davar Feili1
1University of Southampton, UK, 2EADS Astrium GmbH, Germany
IEPC-2015-411/ISTS-2015-b-411 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Radiated Emission Simulation of a RIT4
Timo Baruth, Rainer Thüringer
Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen University of Applied Sciences, Giessen, Germany
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[b-16-5] Helicon Thruster Performance (2)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 16:00 – 17:20
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Kikusui"
ChairpersonsVladimir Obukhov (RIAME MAI, Russia)
 Yuya Oshio (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-412/ISTS-2015-b-412 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Performances of RF Plasma Thruster for Various Magnetic Field Configurations by Permanent Magnets
Sho Ito, Takahiro Nakamura, Hiroyuki Nishida, Shunjiro Shinohara
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-413/ISTS-2015-b-413 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Thrust Characteristics of Helicon Plasma Thrusters
S. Tonooka1, I. Funaki2, S. Iwabuchi3, T. Nakamura3, S. Shinohara3, H. Nishida3
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 3Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-414/ISTS-2015-b-414 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Towards Thrust Vector Control with a 3D Steerable Magnetic Nozzle
Mario Merino, Eduardo Ahedo
Equipo de Propulsión Espacial y Plasmas, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
IEPC-2015-415/ISTS-2015-b-415 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Electric Propulsion System using a Helicon Plasma Thruster
Takuya Yamazaki1, Shota Harada1, Atsushi Oishi1, Matsutaka Sasahara1, Hirofumi Shimizu1, Teruaki Baba2, Akira Uchigashima2, Daisuke Ichihara2, Akira Iwakawa2, Akihiro Sasoh2
1Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, LTD., Japan, 2Nagoya University, Japan
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[b-16-6] Thruster Plume Modeling & Diagnostics
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 16:00 – 18:00
RoomPortopia Hotel, Main Building "Waraku"
ChairpersonsRichard E. Wirz (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
 Ikkoh Funaki (JAXA, Japan)
IEPC-2015-416/ISTS-2015-b-416 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
An Investigation into the Spectral Imaging of Hall Thruster Plumes
Michael R. Nakles1, Michael R. Holmesy2, William A. Hargus, Jr.2
1ERC, Inc., USA, 2Air Force Research Laboratory, USA
IEPC-2015-417/ISTS-2015-b-417 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
The Expansion of Plasma Plumes Generated by Clustered Electric Thrusters
Korsun A. G., Gabdullin F. F.
TSNIIMASH, Russia
IEPC-2015-418/ISTS-2015-b-418 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Coupling between Acceleration Channel and Plume in HET
Francesco Taccogna, Pierpaolo Minelli
CNR-IMIP, Italy
IEPC-2015-419/ISTS-2015-b-419 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
An Interferometric Force Probe for Thruster Plume Diagnostic
Thomas Trottenberg, Alexander Spethmann, Holger Kersten
University of Kiel, Germany
IEPC-2015-420/ISTS-2015-b-420 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Fluid vs PIC Modeling of a Plasma Plume Expansion
Filippo Cichocki1, Mario Merino1, Eduardo Ahedo1, Yuan Hu2, Joseph Wang2
1University of Carlos III of Madrid, Spain, 2University of Southern California (USC), USA
IEPC-2015-421/ISTS-2015-b-421 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
On the Validity of the Boltzmann Assumption for Electrons in Plasma Plume Modeling
Yuan Hu, Joseph Wang
University of Southern California, USA
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[c-1] Material Degradation and Lubrication
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonsTadashige Ikeda (Nagoya University, Japan)
 Hiroaki Tanaka (National Defence Academy of Japan, Japan)
2015-c-01 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
The Tribological and Corrosion Behavior of Electroless Ni–P/Bn(h) Composite Coating
Chih-I Hsu1,3, Gao-Liang Wang2, Ming-Der Ger1, Kung-Hsu Hou1
1National Defense University, Taiwan, 2Takming University of Science and Technology, Taiwan, 3National Chung Shan Institute of Science and Technology, Taiwan
2015-c-02 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Experimental Demisability Investigation of Common Spaceflight Materials
Adam S. Pagan, Bartomeu Massuti-Ballester, Georg Herdrich
University of Stuttgart, Germany
2015-c-03 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Theoretical Prediction of Crack Growth Rate and Residual Life in Ti/APC-2 Hybrid Composite Laminates with Single-Edged Cracks and Verification by Experiments
Ming-Hwa R. Jen, Che-kai Chang, Wei-Shiang Huang
National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan
2015-c-04 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Temperature, Prestrain and Volume Fraction Effect of Shape Memory Alloy Reinforced Composite Laminates under Low Velocity Impact
Ying-Chih Lin1, Yu-Liang Chen1, Hung-Wen Chen2
1National Defense University, Taiwan, 2Chung San Institute of Sciences and Technology, Taiwan
2015-c-05 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
The Effect of Low-Temperature Thermal Hydrogenation Processing on the Microstructural Evolution of Ti-6Al-4V Alloy
Chih Jen Tsai1, Le Min Wang1, Chi Ming Wu1, Chia Chieh Shen2
1National Defense University, Taiwan, 2Yuan Ze University, Taiwan
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[c-2] Material Synthesis and Treatment
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonToshio Ogasawara (JAXA, Japan)
2015-c-06 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Supercritical Compaction of Ultrafine Inorganic Particles
Brian J. Chow, Tzehan Chen, Yu Qiao
University of California – San Diego, USA
2015-c-07 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Improving the Corrosion Resistance and Hydrophobicity of Bipolar Plates in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells by Electroplated Coatings of Trivalent Chromium Carbon
Hsiang-Cheng Wang, Kung-Hsu Hou, Chen-En Lu, Ming-Der Ger
Chung Cheng Institute of Technology, Taiwan
2015-c-08 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Corrosion Resistance Study of Nickel-Boron Alloy Films Produced by Electroplating Technique
Chien-Rong Chang1, Kung-Hsu Hou1, Ming-Der Ger1, Gao-Liang Wan2
1National Defense University, Taiwan, 2Takming University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
2015-c-09 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Effect of Adding Low Cr content on Microstructure and Corrosion Resistance of Co-Mo Coatings Prepared by an Electroplating Process
Chia Wen Liao1, Kung Hsu Hou1, Pao Chang Huang1, Ming Der Ger1, Gao Liang Wang2
1National Defense University, Taiwan, 2Takming University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
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[c-3] Design and Fabrication
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonsJen R. Ming-Hwa (National Sun Yat-SenUniversity, Taiwan)
 Tomohiro Yokozeki (University of Tokyo, Japan)
2015-c-11 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Optimization of Process Parameters of Pulse Electrodeposited Ni–W Coatings using Taguchi Method and Investigation of the Effect of Saccharin Addition on the Microstructural Evolution
Le Min Wang1, Chih Jen Tsai1, Chien Chung Chen2
1National Defense University, Taiwan, 2Armaments Bureau, Taiwan
2015-c-12 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Additive Manufacturing of Lunar Regolith for Extra-Terrestrial Industry Plant
Miranda Fateri1, Andreas Gebhardt1, Roland Antonius Gabrielli2, Georg Herdrich2, Stefanos Fasoulas2, Agnes Großmann2, Peter Schnauffer2, Peter Middendorf2
1FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences, Germany, 2Stuttgart University, Germany
2015-c-13 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Development of Carbon-Polyimide / Foam Core Heat-Resistant-Sandwich Panel
Toshio Ogasawara1, Shingo Ayabe2, Yuichi Ishida1, Takuya Aoki1, Yasuo Kogo2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Science, Japan
2015-c-14 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Coating Pressure Effects on Bending and Torsional Stiffness for Braid Coated Bi-Convex Tape Boom
Ryota Goto, Ren Fuchizawa, Nobuhisa Katsumata, Ken Higuchi
Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-c-15 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
A Study on Development Test Results of a Subscale Propellant Tank
Yeong-Moo Yi, Jae-Sung Park, Jae-Suk Yoo, Cheol-Won Kong
Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Korea
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[c-4] Small Satellites
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 18:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonsNobukatsu Okuizumi (JAXA, Japan)
 Yi Yeong-Moo (KARI, Korea)
2015-c-16 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Finite Element Analysis and Experimental Study of the Stress Distribution in Bolt and Ring Jointed a Micro-Satellite and Launcher
Mohammad Rezaeiha
Bu-Ali Sina University of Hamedan, Iran
2015-c-17 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
A Structural Design Process of Shinen2 Probe from Concept to Launch
Bui Nam Duong, Yoshihiro Mashima, Hideyuki Fujii, Kei-ichi Okuyama
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-c-18 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Structural Design of the Remote Sensing Camera Prototype for the Satellite Project Condor Unam-Mai
Paulo César Becerril González, Ricardo Arturo Vázquez Robledo
National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
2015-c-19 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Ground Experiments of Deployment of Inflatable Membrane Structure of Nano-Satellite "SPROUT"
Yuki Maruki, Masahiko Yamazaki, Yasuyuki Miyazaki
Nihon University, Japan
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[c-5] Analysis of Space Structures and Materials
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonsHiroshi Furuya (Tokyo Insitute of Technology, Japan)
 Takashi Iwasa (Tottori University, Japan)
2015-c-20 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Aeroelastic Simulation for Deployable Wing Using Flexible Multibody Dynamics
Keisuke Otsuka1, Kanjuro Makihara2
1Tohoku University Graduate School, Japan, 2Tohoku University, Japan
2015-c-21 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Dynamic Characteristics of Self-Deployable Structure Consisting of Tape Springs
Shota Inoue, Akihiro Tamura, Noboru Tada, Yasuyuki Miyazaki
Nihon University, Japan
2015-c-22 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Empirical Data Driven Model for Sail Membrane Dynamics Estimation
Masahiko Yamazaki, Yasuyuki Miyazaki
Nihon University, Japan
2015-c-23 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Nonlocal Analysis of Eigenfrequencies for Pristine and Defective Carbon Nanotubes
Malgorzata Chwal
The Cracow University of Technology, Poland
2015-c-24 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Design and Impact Resistant Analysis of Functionally Graded Al2O3-Zro2 Ceramic Composite
Chin-Yu Huang, Yu-Liang Chen
National Defense University, Taiwan
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[c-6] Membrane Structures
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonsTakashi Akita (Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan)
 Nobuhisa Katsumata (Muroran Insitute of Technology, Japan)
2015-c-25 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Estimation of Wrinkle Shapes on a Membrane by Transmittance of Elastic Waves
Yusuke Akaike, Tomohiro Yokozeki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-c-26 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Study of Asymmetric Centrifugal Deployment of Interlinked Membrane Structures
Yoji Shirasawa1, Ryota Inoue2, Tsukasa Mizumori3, Osamu Mori1
1JAXA, Japan, 2NEC, Japan, 3Tokai University, Japan
2015-c-27 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Comparison of Mechanical Properties between Planar and Curved Surface with Spiral Folding Patterns
Kei Samura1, Nobuyuki Kokawa1, Tomoyuki Miyashita1, Victor Parque1, Michihiro C. Natori2
1Waseda University, Japan, 2retired ISIS/JAXA, Japan
2015-c-28 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Stepwise Deployments of Membrane Structure with Braided CFRP Bi-Convex Booms
Nobukatsu Okuizumi1, Shinya Hakata2, Hiroyuki Ikuta2, Michihiro Natori1, Akihito Watanabe3, Hiroshi Yamakawa2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Waseda University, Japan, 3Sakase Adtech Co., Japan
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[c-7] High Precision Structures
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonsKen HIguchi (Muroran Insitute of Technology, Japan)
 Masahiko Yamazaki (Niohon University, Japan)
2015-c-29 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Robustness Verification of High Precision Space Reflector Structural System using Robust Multiobjective Optimization
Ryo Kodama1, Nozomu Kogiso1, Hiroaki Tanaka2
1Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, 2National Defence Academy of Japan, Japan
2015-c-30 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Cyclic Tensile Behavior of a Twisted and a Non-Twisted Quartz Fiber Cable Assembly for Deployable Large Precise Space Structures
Masahito Ueda1, Masanori Nunokawa1, Ken Goto2
1Nihon University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-c-31 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Development of High Precision Reflector for Balloon-Borne Radio Telescope
Yasutaka Satou1, Akihiro Doi1, Kosei Ishimura1, Hiroaki Tanaka2, Yoshiro Ogi3, Ken Higuchi4, Yusuke Kono5, Kimihiro Kimura6
1JAXA, Japan, 2National Defense Academy, Japan, 3University of Tokyo, Japan, 4Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan, 5National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan, 6Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
2015-c-32 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
An Adaptive Estimation of Nonlinear Structural Deformations by Using the Ensemble Kalman Filter
Takeshi Akita1, Ryoji Takaki2, Nozomu Kogiso3
1Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
2015-c-33 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Finite Element Updating for High Precision Space Reflector Model Using Multiobjective Optimization
Takayuki Okabe1, Nozomu Kogiso1, Hiraku Sakamoto2, Hiroaki Tanaka3
1Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 3National Defence Academy of Japan, Japan
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[c-8] Vibration Control
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 17:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonsHiraku Sakamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technoloty, Japan)
 Yousuke Nambu (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)
2015-c-34 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
New Application of Superelastic SMA Mesh Washer to a RWA Launch and On-Orbit Vibration Isolation System
Su-Hyeon Jeon1, Su-Eun Jang1, Mun-Shin Jo2, Hyun-Ung Oh1
1Chosun University, Korea, 2Samsung Thales, Korea
2015-c-36 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Performance Investigation of Cryocooler Micro-Jitter Isolation System Combined with Energy Harvesting Tuned Mass Damper
Seong-Cheol Kwon1, Su-Hyeon Jeon1, Yong-Geun Lee2, Suk-Joo Kang2, Hyun-Ung Oh1
1Chosun University, Korea, 2Samsung Thales, Korea
2015-c-37 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Windmill Torque Estimation of Spin-Type Solar Sail with Shape Control
Junji Kikuchi1, Toshihiro Chujo1, Tsukasa Mizumori2, Yoji Shirasawa3, Osamu Mori3
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Tokai University, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-c-35 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Vibration Control for Force Transmissibility Using a Flexible Mechanism in a Compliant Actuator
Sannia Mareta1, Dunant Halim1, Pavel Trivailo2, Atanas Popov3
1The University of Nottingham Ningbo, China, 2Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia, 3The University of Nottingham, UK
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[c-9] Sensing and Measuring
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonsNozomu Kogiso (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)
 Naoko Kishimoto (Setsunan University, Japan)
2015-c-39 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Characterization of Defects in Curved GFRP Structures Using Active Thermography
Przemysław Daniel Pastuszak, Aleksander Muc
Cracow University of Technology, Poland
2015-c-40 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Vibration and Vision Sensing for End-Effector Positioning of a Flexible Robotic Manipulator
Xi Luo1, Dunant Halim1, Pavel M. Trivailo2
1The University of Nottingham Ningbo China, China, 2RMIT University, Australia
2015-c-41 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Development of Realtime Dynamics Monitoring System for Flexible Plate Structure Based on Telemetry Data
Akihiko Honda, Hiroki Nakanishi, Mitsushige Oda
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-c-42 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Proposal of Connection Method for Precise Shape Measurement Data using Virtual Targets
Taku Harada, Takashi Iwasa
Tottori University, Japan
2015-c-43 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Shape and Strain Measurement of Mesh Surface Using Digital Image Correlation
Hiroaki Tanaka
National Defense Academy, Japan
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[c-10] Ground and In-Orbit Experiments
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonsMasahito Ueda (Nihon University, Japan)
 Yoji Shirasawa (JAXA, Japan)
2015-c-44 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Pneumatic Gravity Compensation System Applied to Three-Dimensional Movement of Deployable Space Structures for Ground Testing
Takuya Wada
The University of Tokyo City, Japan
2015-c-45 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Deployment Experiments of Wrapping Fold Boom-Membrane Integrated Space Structures for De-Orbiting Satellites
Hiroshi Furuya1, Yasutaka Satou1,2, Hiraku Sakamoto1, Moto Takai1, Nobukatsu Okuizumi1, Michihiro Natori1, Ayako Torisaka3, Takashi Yokomatsu1, Hiroyasu Kurashige1, Akito Watanabe4
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 4Sakase Adtech Co., Ltd., Japan
2015-c-46 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Deployment Experiments on Stiffened Tri-axial Tubular CFRP Boom for Boom-Membrane Integrated Space Structures
Takashi Yokomatsu
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-c-47 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Achievement of Long-Term On-Orbit Operation of SIMPLE Inflatable Extension Mast
Ken Higuchi1, Hiroshi Furuya2, Yasuyuki Miyazaki3, Takahira Aoki4, Choji Yoshida5, Akihito Watanabe6, Kazuki Watanabe7, SIMPLE Project Team8
1Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 3Nihon University, Japan, 4The University of Tokyo, Japan, 5JAXA, Japan, 6Sakase Adtech, Co., Ltd., Japan, 7WEL RESEARCH, Co., Ltd., Japan, 8Formed under Spontaneous Interest
2015-c-48 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Evaluation of On-Orbit Data inside the Inflatable Space Terrarium on the ISS
Naoko Kishimoto1, Yu Oikawa2, Mitsuhiko Nakano2, Kazuki Watanabe2, Takahira Aoki3
1Setsunan University, Japan, 2WEL Research Co., Ltd., Japan, 3The University of Tokyo, Japan
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[c-11] Thermal Deformation and Design
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:00
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonsTakayuki Shimoda (JAXA, Japan)
 Rikio Watanabe (Tokyo City University, Japan)
2015-c-49 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Actuator Design for Space Smart Reflector to Reduce Thermal Distortion
Kouta Gotou1, Hiraku Sakamoto1, Akiya Inagaki1, Hiroaki Tanaka2, Kosei Ishimura3, Masaaki Okuma1
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2National Defence Academy, Japan, 3ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2015-c-50 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Estimation of Thermal Distortion of Reflector Formed by Truss Structure
Takumi Nakagawa
The Tokyo City University, Japan
2015-c-51 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Evaluation of Thermal Strain Suppression Design of Piezoelectric Ceramic Actuators
Tomonori Uchida1, Tadashige Ikeda1, Atsuhiko Senba1, Kosei Ishimura2
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
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[d-1] Attitude Control of Spacecraft (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 8:40 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 501
ChairpersonsHirohisa Kojima (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
 Hao-Chi Chang (National SPace Organization, Taiwan)
2015-d-01 ( 8:40 - 9:00 )
On Port-Hamiltonian Modeling and Control of Systems with Quaternions
Kenji Fujimoto, Yuki Matsumoto
Kyoto University, Japan
2015-d-02 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Real-Time Capable Nonlinear Model Predictive Controller Design for the Upper Stage of a Launch Vehicle
Yunus Emre Arslantas, Thimo Oehlschlägel
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
2015-d-03 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
High Agility, Miniaturized Attitude Control Sensors and Actuators All-In-One Module
Shinji Mitani, Shuhei Shigeto, Takuya Kanzawa, Koji Yamanaka
JAXA, Japan
2015-d-04 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Attitude Estimation and Control for Single Steerable Single Wing Satellite
Hao-Chi Chang, Yu-Yung Lian, Wen-Lung Chian, Chiu-Der Hsiao, Chen-Tsung Lin
National Space Organization, Taiwan
2015-d-05 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Mission Scheduling for SAR Satellite Constellations with a Heuristic Approach
Sujang Jo, Jaehwan Pi, Hyochoong Bang
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
2015-d-06 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Autonomous Fault Diagnosis and Fault Tolerant Control for Satellites under Periodic Maneuvers with SG-CMGs
Fuuta Watanabe
Yokohama National University, Japan
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[d-2] Attitude Control of Spacecraft (2)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 501
ChairpersonsTakeya Shima (Mitsubishi Electric, Japan)
 Shin-ichiro Sakai (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
2015-d-07 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Rate Damping of a Spacecraft Using One Control Moment Gyro
Hiroki Imanishi, Yasuhiro Shoji, Katsuhiko Yamada
Osaka University, Japan
2015-d-08 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Passability and a Steering Law in Singular Surfaces of Control Moment Gyros
Yuki Minamida1, Takashi Asai2, Yasuhiro Shoji1, Katsuhiko Yamada1
1Osaka University, Japan, 2Nagoya University, Japan
2015-d-09 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Fault-Tolerant Steering Control Law for Adaptive-Skew Control Moment Gyros
Toru Ozaki, Hirohisa Kojima
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2015-d-10 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Spacecraft Line of Sight Maneuver Control using Skew-Arrayed Two Single-Gimbal Control Moment Gyros
Hirohisa Kojima1, Pavel M. Trivailo2, Yasuhiro Yoshimura1
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2RMIT University, Australia
2015-d-11 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Spacecraft Attitude Control with RWs via LPV Control Theory: Comparison of Two Different Methods in One Framework
Takahiro Sasaki, Takashi Shimomura
Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
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[d-3] Motion Estimation of Spacecraft
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 501
ChairpersonsTakashi Shimomura (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)
 Hyochoong Bang (KAIST, Korea)
2015-d-12 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Study on Real-Time Dynamics Identification for a Small-Scale Unmanned Supersonic Airplane during Its Flight
Masazumi Ueba, Tomoya Yamashita
Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-d-13 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Experimental Verification of Wide-Field-Integration of Optic Flow for State Estimation
Naoto Kobayashi, Masataka Oishi, Yutaka Kinjo, Shinji Hokamoto
Kyushu University, Japan
2015-d-15 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Error Analysis of the Vector Measurements Based Attitude Determination Methods for Small Satellites
Demet Çilden
Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
2015-d-16 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
A Novel Relative Orbit Estimation Algorithm During the Close Asteroid Flyby
Kaito Ariu, Takaya Inamori, Ryu Funase, Shinichi Nakasuka
The University of Tokyo, Japan
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[d-4] Mission System Design
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 501
ChairpersonsShinji Mitani (JAXA, Japan)
 Jozef C van der Ha (Satellite Design and Operations, USA)
2015-d-17 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Utilization of a Mission Sensor in the Attitude Control Loop : On Orbit Results with HISAKI Satellite
Shin-ichiro Sakai1, Shujiro Sawai1, Kouji Nakaya1, Seisuke Fukuda1, Shinsuke Takeuchi1, Atsushi Yamazaki1, Kazuo Yoshioka1, Go Murakami1, Fuminori Tsuchiya2, Yosuke Iwayama3, Kazuhisa Tanaka3, Yasuhiro Kusakawa3, Kazuki Yokota3
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tohoku University, Japan, 3NEC Corp., Japan
2015-d-18 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Multirate Sampling Control for a Space Observatory Tip-Tilt Mirror System with Low Sampling Rate
Keita Nouchi1, Hiroshi Fujimoto1, Shin-ichiro Sakai2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2ISAS(JAXA), Japan
2015-d-19 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Attitude Dynamics and Control of Hi-Speed Spinning Sounding Rocket: Design, Implementation and Flight Result of ISAS Sounding Rocket S-520-29
Yosuke Fukushima1, Maki Shida1, Junichi Nakatsuka1, Takumi Abe1, Hideyuki Miyahara2, Tatsuya Tsunoda2
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2Baron Electronics Co., LTD., Japan
2015-d-21 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Estimation of Impact Probabilities of Interplanetary Ariane Upper Stages
Rüdiger Jehn
European Space Operations Centre, ESA/ESOC, Germany
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[d-5] Spacecraft Dynamics
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 501
ChairpersonsTakahiro Kato (Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM), Germany)
 Hyochoong Bang (KAIST, Korea)
2015-d-22 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Attitude Dynamics Lessons Learned from Orbiting Spinning Satellites
Jozef van der Ha
Satellite Design and Operations, USA
2015-d-23 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Generic Computation Method of Free-Molecular Flow Effects on Space Objects
Takahiro Kato
Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM), Germany
2015-d-24 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Study and Development of Advanced Reflectivity Control Device for Spin Rate Control
Toshihiro Chujo1, Yoji Shirasawa2, Osamu Mori2, Junichiro Kawaguchi2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-d-25 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Attitude Control Model for Spinning Solar Sail Spacecraft with Reflectivity Control Capability
Takuro Furumoto
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-d-26 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Optimal Attitude Control of a Spinning Solar Sail with Reflectivity Control Device
Kenshiro Oguri
The University of Tokyo, Japan
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[d-6] Near Asteroid Dynamics
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 501
ChairpersonsYasuhiro Kawakatsu (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
 Antonio Prado (National Institute for Space Research, Burkina Faso)
2015-d-27 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Dynamics and Control of a Spacecraft near Binary Asteroids
Pamela Woo, Arun K. Misra
McGill University, Canada
2015-d-28 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Planning Payload Deployment to Small Bodies via Reachability Analysis
David Surovik, Daniel J. Scheeres
The University of Colorado, USA
2015-d-29 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Comparison Study of Two Gravity Models for Asteroids
Xiaosheng Xin, Xiyun Hou, Lin Liu, Jingshi Tang
Nanjing University, China
2015-d-30 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Searching for Stable Orbits around a Triple Asteroid
Antonio F B A Prado
National Institute for Space Research (INPE), Brazil
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[d-7] Orbit around Lagrange Point
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 501
ChairpersonsPavel Trivailo (RMIT University, Australia)
 Stefano Campagnola (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
2015-d-31 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Orbit Design and Control of Satellite around the L2 Point Using Tethered Anchor System
Kosei Ishimura1, Taisuke Kawachi2, Hiroaki Tanaka3, Hiraku Sakamoto4, Koji Tanaka1, Hiroshi Yamakawa2
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2Waseda University, Japan, 3National Defence Academy, Japan, 4Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-d-32 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Trajectory Design using the Centre Manifold Theory in the Circular Restricted Three-Body Problem
Yuki Akiyama
Kyushu University, Japan
2015-d-33 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Optimal Transfers between Sun-Earth Libration Point Orbits Utilizing Lunar Gravity Assists
Kenta Oshima, Tomohiro Yanao
Waseda University, Japan
2015-d-34 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Phasing Problem for Sun-Earth Halo Orbit to Lunar Swingby Transfers
Hongru Chen1, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu2, Toshiya Hanada1
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2JAXA/ISAS, Japan
2015-d-35 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Several Possible Mission Orbits around Earth-Moon Triangular Libration Points
Xiyun Hou, Jingshi Tang, Lin Liu
Nanjing University, China
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[d-8] Simulator Design, Calibration, and Design Concept
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 501
ChairpersonsHirohisa Kojima (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
 Takeya Shima (Mitsubishi Electric, Japan)
2015-d-37 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Attitude Maneuver Tests using CMGs Mounted in the Three-Axis Free Dynamics Simulator
Takuya Kanzawa1, Misuzu Haruki1, Tatsuya Endo2, Koji Yamanaka1
1JAXA, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan (~2011)
2015-d-38 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Development of Testbed for Relative Position and Attitude Simultaneous Control Experiment using Electromagnets
Taku Watanabe1, Ayako Torisaka1, Satoru Ozawa2, Hiroshi Yamakawa3, Hironori Sahara1
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Waseda University, Japan
2015-d-39 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Development of Attitude Control System and Testing Simulator for Microsatellite MicroDragon
Trinh Hoang Quan1, Nguyen Son Duong2, Nguyen Van Thuc2, Le The Soat2, Cao Xuan Hiep2, Toshinori Kuwahara1, Yuji Sakamoto1, Kazuya Yoshida1, Pham Anh Tuan3
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan, 3Vietnam National Satellite Center, Vietnam
2015-d-40 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Magnetometer Calibration for Advanced Small Satellite Missions
Halil Ersin Soken, Shin-ichiro Sakai
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS), JAXA, Japan
2015-d-41 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
Design of Novel Ground Control Station for Reusable Launch Vehicles
Subramanian Ramasamy, Roberto Sabatini, Hideaki Ogawa, Alessandro Gardi
RMIT University, Australia
[d-9] Trajectory Design and Concept
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 501
ChairpersonsShinji Hokamoto (Kyushu University, Japan)
 Yasuhiro Yoshimura (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
2015-d-42 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Constrained Adaptive Backstepping Control for Re-Entry Vehicle
Hayato Kanehira, Akio Abe, Shuichi Sasa
Nihon University, Japan
2015-d-43 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
SPARTAN: An Improved Global Pseudospectral Algorithm for High-Fidelity Entry-Descent-Landing Guidance Analysis
Laurens Huneker1, Marco Sagliano2, Yunus Arslantas2
1Technical University Delft, The Netherlands, 2German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
2015-d-45 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
UAV Flight Test of Rapid Trajectory Planner for Navigating Complex Terrain using Random Search and Dynamic Inversion
Kyoshiro Itakura, Takumi Ohki, Takaaki Matsumoto, Koichi Yonemoto
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-d-46 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Development of an Autonomous Guidance System with a Wire-Controlled Parafoil for Small Flying Objects
Masafumi Edamoto
Kochi University of Technology, Japan
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[d-10] Optimal Thrust Design
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 501
ChairpersonsTakanao Saiki (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
 Martin Schlueter (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
2015-d-48 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Near Earth Asteroid Deflection Mission using Coulomb Force Attractor
Kouhei Yamaguchi, Hiroshi Yamakawa
Kyoto University, Japan
2015-d-49 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
GALLOP: A Low-Thrust Trajectory Optimization Tool for Preliminary and High Fidelity Mission Design
Chit Hong Yam, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu
JAXA, Japan
2015-d-50 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Performance Study of Electric Propulsion Delta-V Earth Gravity Assist (EDVEGA) for V-Infinity Leveraging
Satoshi Ogura1, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-d-51 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Robust Optimal Low-Thrust Trajectory Design considering Missed-Thrust
Naoya Ozaki1, Ryu Funase1, Stefano Campagnola2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2015-d-52 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Optimal Impulsive Anti-Interception of Orbital Three Players via Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm
Renfu Li1, Yifang Liu1, Shuquan Wang2
1Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, 2Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
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[d-11] Orbit Design
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 501
ChairpersonsYasuhiro Kawakatsu (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
 Xiyun Hou (Nanjing University, China)
2015-d-53 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Design of Earth-Moon Cyclers by Optimal Control Theory
Sho Hayashida
Kyushu University, Japan
2015-d-54 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Escape Trajectories from Sun-Earth Distant Retrograde Orbits
Yusuke Oki1, Junichiro Kawaguchi2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-d-55 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Many-Objective Optimization for Space Mission Analysis
Martin Schlueter, Takeshi Watanabe, Tomoaki Tatsukawa, Akira Oyama
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-d-56 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Trajectory Design for Jovian Trojan Asteroid Sample Return Mission
Takanao Saiki1, Yuki Teramoto2, Go Ono1, Jun Matsumoto2, Yoji Shirasawa1, Osamu Mori1, Jun’ichiro Kawaguchi1
1JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
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[d-12] Control System Design and Instruments
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 18:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 501
ChairpersonsShinji Hokamoto (Kyushu University, Japan)
 Susumu Hara (Nagoya University, Japan)
2015-d-60 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Launches and Captures of the Space "Frisbees": Dynamic Modelling and Simulation
Pavel M. Trivailo1, Hirohisa Kojima2
1RMIT University, Australia, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2015-d-59 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Analysis of Deployment Behavior of Insect Wing-Inspired Space Inflatable Structure
Takaaki Kikuchi, Hirohisa Kojima
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2015-d-58 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Robust Landing Gear by Means of on-Flying-Type MEID Mechanism
Susumu Hara1, Shintaro Matsui1, Naoaki Saeki1, Masatsugu Otsuki2
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-d-61 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Evaluation of Pulse Detection IC in a LIDAR System
Takahide Mizuno, Kousuke Kawahara, Hirokazu Ikeda
The Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA, Japan
2015-d-62 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Experimental Model of Star Tracker for Satellite
Suleimen Yelubayev1, Bahytzhan Albazarov2, Vladimir Ten2, Erbol Sarsenbayev2, Кuanysh Alipbayev1, Alexandr Shamro1, Timur Bopeyev1, Anna Sukhenko1
1AALR "Institute of space technique and technology", Kazakhstan, 2CA "Kazakhstan Garysh Sapary", Kazakhstan
2015-d-63 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Magnetic Plasma De-Orbit System for Nano- and Micro-Satellites using a Large Magnetic Torquer
Takaya Inamori1, Rei Kawashima1, Nobutada Sako2, Phongsatorn Saisutjarit3, Ryu Funase1, Shinichi Nakasuka1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Canon Electronics Inc., Japan, 3King Mongkut's University of Technology, Thailand
2015-d-64 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Decentralized Robust Optimal Control of Large Flexible Space Structure by Fourth-Order Local Proper Controllers Using Displacement Output
Kengo Igawa, Yohji Kobayashi
Kobe City College of Technology, Japan
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[d-13] Orbit Determination and Modellling
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 8:40 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 501
ChairpersonsKatsuhiko Yamada (Osaka University, Japan)
 Arun K. Misra (McGill University, Canada)
2015-d-65 ( 8:40 - 9:00 )
Performance Analysis on NORAD TLE Pre-Process Method for Low Cost ADCS MCU
Shu-Ting Goh, Jiun-Wei Chia, Shi-Tong Chin, Kay-Soon Low, Lip-San Lim
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
2015-d-66 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Long-Term Orbit Prediction for Tiangong-1 Spacecraft Using the Mean Atmosphere Model
Jingshi Tang1, Lin Liu1, Haowen Cheng2, Songjie Hu3, Jianfeng Duan3
1School of Astronomy and Space Science, Nanjing University, China, 2National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Science, China, 3Aerospace Flight Dynamics Laboratory, China
2015-d-67 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
The Applicability of Semi-Analytical Method for Different Orbits in Long Term Prediction
Dawei Wang, Jingshi Tang
Nanjing University, China
2015-d-68 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Reduced-Dynamic Models for GPS-Based Precise Orbit Determination and Their Applications to Enhanced-Accuracy Orbit Prediction
Wenbin Wang, Yang Gao
Technology and Engineering Center for Space Utilization, China
2015-d-69 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
The Navigation of a Spacecraft with Differenced Radiometric Data
Tsutomu Ichikawa
JAXA, Japan
2015-d-70 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
On-Board Orbit Determination using Sun Sensor and Optical Navigation Camera for Deep Space Mission
Yosuke Kawabata1, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
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[d-14] Formation Flying
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 501
ChairpersonsPavel Trivailo (RMIT University, Australia)
 Jingshi Tang (Nanjing University, China)
2015-d-71 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Suppression of Formation Flying Deviation in near Circular Orbits under the J2 Perturbation
Kenji Kitamura1, Katsuhiko Yamada2, Takeya Shima1
1Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan
2015-d-72 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Long-Distance Formation Flying of Spacecraft in Elliptic Orbits
Makoto Suminaka1, Masaya Kimura2, Katsuhiko Yamada1
1Osaka University, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
2015-d-73 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Two-Craft Coulomb Formation Maneuver Trajectory Programming
Shuquan Wang
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2015-d-74 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Order-Three Analytical Solution for the Relative Motion around the Triangular Libration Points and the Application to Spacecraft Formation Flying
ZhengTao Zhang, Xiyun Hou, Lin Liu
University of Nanjing, China
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[e-1] Aerodynamics of Atomospheric Entry Systems (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 503
ChairpersonsHiromitsu Kawazoe (Tottori University, Japan)
 Masato Funatsu (Gunma University, Japan)
2015-e-01 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Influence of Attack Angle on Magnetohydrodynamic Flow Control in Reentry Flight
Katsumi Masuda, Yuta Shimosawa, Takayasu Fujino
University of Tsukuba
2015-e-02 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Results of CRYOFENIX (Cryogenic Sounding Rocket Experiment)
Vincent Leudiere1, Benjamin Legrand1, Sebastien Bianchi2, Emilie Biotteau2
1CNES, France, 2Air Liquide, France
2015-e-03 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Control of Aerodynamic Characteristics of Lifting Reentry Vehicle with ! Applied Magnetic Field
Hirotaka Otsu
Ryukoku University, Japan
2015-e-04 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Drag Enhancement for Atmospheric Entry Capsule using Electrodynamic Effect with Multi-Magnetic Source
Yasunori Nagata1, Kazuhiko Yamada2, Takashi Abe2
1Okayama University, Japan, 2JAXA/ISAS, Japan
2015-e-05 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Re-Evaluation of the SLIT In-Flight Data for STARDUST
Georg Herdrich1, Stefanos Fasoulas1, Ricarda Wernitz1, Heiko Ritter2
1University of Stuttgart, Germany, 2ESA-ESTEC, The Netherlands
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[e-2] Aerodynamics of Atomospheric Entry Systems (2)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 503
ChairpersonsHirotaka Otsu (Ryukoku University, Japan)
 Yasunori Nagata (Okayama University, Japan)
2015-e-06 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Dynamic Stability Analysis of a Mars Entry Capsule using Large-Eddy Simulation
Shingo Matsuyama, Kazuhisa Fujita
JAXA, Japan
2015-e-08 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Development of Supersonic Parachute for Japanese Mars Rover Mission
Hiroki Takayanagi, Kazuhiko Yamada, Yusuke Maru, Shingo Matsuyama, Kazuhisa Fujita
JAXA, Japan
2015-e-09 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Heat Flux Measurements in Expansion Tube for Martian Entry
Satoshi Nomura, Hiroki Takayanagi, Kazuhisa Fujita
JAXA, Japan
2015-e-10 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Numerical Analyses of Operating Characteristics of a CO2 Laser Sustained Plasma Wind Tunnel
Katsuhiro Tanaka1, Hiroshi Katsurayama1, Makoto Matsui2, Yasuo Katoh1
1Yamaguchi University, Japan, 2Shizuoka University, Japan
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[e-3] Aerodynamics of Atomospheric Entry Systems (3)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 503
ChairpersonsTakayasu Fujino (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
 Hiroshi Katsurayama (Yamaguchi University, Japan)
2015-e-11 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
LES Computation of Turbulent Heat Flux on Reentry Capsule with Forced Transition
Tomoaki Ishihara1, Yousuke Ogino1, Naofumi Ohnishi1, Keisuke Sawada1, Hideyuki Tanno2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-e-13 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Experimental Study on the Improvement of 10kW ICP Heater to Generate the Supersonic Plasma Flow
Daisuke Kawamoto1, Satoshi Miyatani2, Kazuhiko Yamada3, Takashi Abe3, Asei Tezuka1
1Waseda University, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-e-14 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Stratospheric Balloons and Sounding Rockets as Test Platforms for Re-Entry Systems at Esrange
Christian Lockowandt, Mattias Abrahamsson, Gunnar Florin
Swedish Space Corporation, Sweden
2015-e-15 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Design and Calibration of Flush Air Data Sensing (FADS) System for Winged Rocket
Guna Surendra Gossamsetti, Koichi Yonemoto, Takaaki Matsumoto, Hiroshi Yamasaki, Yuki Kutsuna, Masatomo Ichige, Yusuke Ura
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
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[e-4] Plasma Flows
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 503
ChairpersonsKenji Shibusawa (National Institute of Technology, Ibaraki College, Japan)
 Masato Funatsu (Gunma University, Japan)
2015-e-16 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Experimental Evaluation of Time-Averaged Body Force Field of DBD Plasma Actuator using PIV Measurement
Kosuke Ota, Tsubasa Sekiya, Masaki Tamura, Hiroyuki Nishida
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
2015-e-17 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Optical Diagnostics of Plasma Evolution and Induced Air Flows in Dielectric Barrier Discharge Plasma Actuator
Takuya Kobatake, Masanori Deguchi, Junya Suzuki, Yoshinori Takao, Koji Eriguchi, Kouichi Ono
Kyoto University, Japan
2015-e-18 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Vectored Jet Control for Trielectrode Plasma Actuator with Serrated Electrode
Takashi Matsuno, Masataka Sugahara, Jun Koyama, Noboru Fujita, Gouji Yamada, Hiromitsu Kawazoe
Tottori University, Japan
2015-e-19 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Effect of Plasma Fluid Models on Prediction Accuracy of Electro-Hydrodynamic Thruster Performance
Hisaichi Shibata, Yasumasa Watanabe, Kojiro Suzuki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
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[e-5] Rarefied Aerodynamics / Thermal Protection Systems (1)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 405
ChairpersonsTakeharu Sakai (Nagoya University, Japan)
 Toshiyuki Suzuki (JAXA, Japan)
2015-e-21 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Investigation of Rarefaction and Condensation Effects in Hypersonic Rarefied Flows
T. Ozawa, T. Suzuki, K. Fujita
JAXA, Japan
2015-e-22 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Development of a General-Purpose Parallel Direct Simulation Monte Carlo Code (PDSC++) and its Application
Cheng-Chin Su, Ming-Chung Lo, Jong-Shinn Wu
National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
2015-e-23 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Numerical Investigation of Alkali Metal Additive Methods for Triggering the Electrodynamic Aerobraking at Rarefied High Altitudes
Hiroshi Katsurayama
Yamaguchi University, Japan
2015-e-24 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Surface Coverage and Pressure Dependent Catalysis of Copper
Bartomeu Massuti-Ballester, Georg Herdric
University of Stuttgart, Germany
2015-e-25 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
High-Speed Compact Entry Capsule Enhanced by Lightweight Ablator and Crushable Structure
Tetsuya Yamada, Toshio Ogasawara, Koichi Kitazono, Hideyuki Tanno
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
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[e-6] Thermal Protection Systems (2)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 405
ChairpersonsKazutaka Kitagawa (Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan)
 Hiroshi Katsurayama (Yamaguchi University, Japan)
2015-e-26 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Characterisation of a Hybrid Heat Shield Solution for Planetary Entries
Bartomeu Massuti-Ballester, Adam S. Pagan, Georg Herdrich
University of Stuttgart, Germany
2015-e-27 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Empirical Study of the Lightweight Ablator Series for Transfer Vehicle Systems (LATS)
Bianca Szasz1, Kei-ichi Okuyama1, Sumio Kato2, Takayuki Shimoda3
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2University of the Ryukyus, Japan, 3Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-e-28 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
In-Situ Ablation Measurement of a Low Density Ablator Using an Embedded Sensor
Yuuki Dantsuka1, Hirofumi Nakazawa1, Yuichi Ishida2, Kenichi Hirai3, Kazutaka Kitagawa4, Takeharu Sakai1
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3IHI Aerospace, Japan, 4Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-e-29 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Study of the Effects of Heat Load, Ablator Density and Back-Up Structure Upon the Thermal Protection Performance of Heat Shield Systems Consisting of Phenolic Carbon Ablators
Sumio Kato1, Shoichi Matsuda1, Akihiro Watanabe1, Naoyuki Shimada1, Shunsuke Sakai1, Hiroaki Oya2, Keiichi Okuyama3
1University of the Ryukyus, Japan, 2Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.Japan, 3Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-e-30 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Study of Lightweight Ablative Thermal Protection System for Mars Rover Mission
Toshiyuki Suzuki, Takuya Aoki, Yu-ichi Ishida, Toshio Ogasawara, Kazuhisa Fujita
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
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[e-7] Advanced Flow Physics (1)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 503
ChairpersonsToshiyuki Suzuki (JAXA, Japan)
 Takashi Ozawa (JAXA, Japan)
2015-e-31 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Development of Two-Stage Light Gas Gun for Investigation on Dust Sampler of Mars Aero-flyby Sample Collection
Saeko Umetani1, Satoshi Nomura2, Hiroki Takayanagi2, Kazuhisa Fujita2, Makoto Matsui1
1Shizuoka University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-e-32 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Speeding up of Shock Wave for Future Missions and Spectroscopic Measurement of Strong Shock Wave
Sayaka Nishimura1, Hiroki Takayanagi2, Satoshi Nomura2, Kazuhisa Fujita2, Makoto Matsui1
1Shizuoka University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-e-33 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Radiation Measurements of SiC Ablations with Several Kinds of Narrow Band-Pass Filters
Gen Morioka1, Kazuhiro Tokano1, Kenta Konishi2, Masahiro Ozawa3, Masato Funatsu1
1Gunma University, Japan, 2Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan, 3Chuo Engineering Co Ltd., Japan
2015-e-34 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Establishment of PSP Technique for Small-Scaled Model using the Supersonic Wind-Tunnel
Satoshi Koshiyama, Nobuyoshi Fujimatsu
Toyo University, Japan
2015-e-35 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Comparison of PLIF Data and Numerical Simulation in Supersonic Mixing Enhanced by a Three-Dimensional Cavity Flow
Takayuki Oka1, Fujio Akagi1, Taro Handa2, Sumio Yamaguchi1
1Fukuoka University, Japan, 2Kyushu University, Japan
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[e-8] Advanced Flow Physics (2)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 18:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 503
ChairpersonsHiroki Takayanagi (JAXA, Japan)
 Masato Funatsu (Gunma University, Japan)
2015-e-36 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Experimental Investigations on Heating Damage to Flexible Body in Hypersonic Velocity
Masato Taguchi, Ryo Maruyama, Takuma Sato, Koichi Mori
Nagoya University, Japan
2015-e-37 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Scramjet Combustion Investigation with Reacting Flow Modeling
Yen-Sen Chen1, Luke Yang1, S. S. Wei2, J. W. Lin2, Alfred Lai2, T. H. Chou2, J. S. Wu2
1National Space Organization, Taiwan, 2National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
2015-e-39 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
A New Production Method for Thin Film Platinum Resistance Sensor in Shock Wave Tunnel Test
Lin Jian, Chen Xing, Gong Jian, Yao Dapeng
China Academy of Aerospace Aerodynamics, China
2015-e-40 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Effect of Laser Energy Deposition on Shock Wave-Boundary Layer Interaction
Tatsuro Shoda, Takahiro Tamba, Pham Hoang Son, Akira Iwakawa, Akihiro Sasoh
Nagoya University, Japan
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[e-9] Flow Control (1)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 502
ChairpersonsAkira Oyama (JAXA, Japan)
 Satoshi Nomura (JAXA, Japan)
2015-e-41 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Control of a Supersonic Elliptic Jet
Anuj Bajpai, Ethirajan Rathakrishnan
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
2015-e-42 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Aspect Ratio Effect on Supersonic Elliptic Jet Mixing
S.M. Aravindh Kumar, E. Rathakrishnan
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
2015-e-44 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Sonic Elliptic Jet Control with Limiting Tabs
Ravindra Patil, Utkarsh Dadhich, Ethirajan Rathakrishnan
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
2015-e-45 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Shifted Tabs for Supersonic Jet Control
Parveen Kumar, E. Rathakrishnan
Indian Institute of Technology- Kanpur, India
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[e-10] Flow Control (2)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 502
ChairpersonsKazuhisa Fujita (JAXA, Japan)
 Aravindh Kumar S M (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India)
2015-e-47 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Plasma Magnetic Field Interactions in the Laboratory for Space Science and Technology
Michael Dropmann1,2, Rene Laufer1, Georg Herdrich1,2, Lorin S. Matthews1, Truell W. Hyde1, Stefanos Fasoulas2, Hans-Peter Röser2
1Baylor University, USA, 2University of Stuttgart, Germany
2015-e-48 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Bow-Shock Instability and its Control in front of Concave Hemispherical Shell at Hypersonic Mach Number 7
Ashish Vashishtha, Yasumasa Watanabe, Kojiro Suzuki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-e-49 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Flight Stability Analysis for Parafoil-Type Vehicle
Takahiro Moriyoshi1, Hiromu Maekawa2, Kazuhiko Yamada3, Takashi Abe3, Hiroyuki Nishida1
1Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, 2Tokai University, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-e-50 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
An Experimental Study on Aerodynamic Characteristics of the External Nozzle in Clustered Airframe-Integrated Propulsion System Equipped with the RLV
Tatsushi Isono1, Sadatake Tomioka2, Noboru Sakuranaka2, Akiko Matsuo3, Ryo Mikoshiba3
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Keio University, Japan
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[e-11] Flow Control (3)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 502
ChairpersonsKazutaka Kitagawa (Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan)
 Taro Handa (Kyushu University, Japan)
2015-e-51 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Flow Control by Repetitive Discharge for Space Vehicle at High Altitude
Yasumasa Watanabe, Kojiro Suzuki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-e-52 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Aerodynamic Optimization of a Non-Axisymmetric Reusable Launch Vehicle
Fortunato Nucera1, Ryoji Takaki2, Taku Nonomura3, Kozo Fujii3
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3ISAS-JAXA, Japan
2015-e-53 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Numerical Study of Opposing Jet through Extended Nozzle in Hypersonic Flow
Jun Yamashita, Naoki Morimoto, Shigeru Aso, Yasuhiro Tani
Kyushu University, Japan
2015-e-54 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Wind Tunnel Tests and Numerical Analysis on Attitude Control Using Lateral Jet for a Supersonic Vehicle
Yusuke Yamaguchi
Shizuoka University, Japan
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[e-12] Advanced Flow Physics (3)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 17:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 502
ChairpersonsKoju Hiraki (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
 Trevor Moulden (University of Tennessee Space Institute, USA)
2015-e-56 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Aerodynamic Shape Design of Hypersonic Booster with RBCC Engine for TSTO Vehicle
Kojiro Suzuki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-e-57 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Free Flight Measurement of Supersonic Biplane using Aeroballistic Range
Daiki Furukawa, Yuma Aoki, Akira Iwakawa, Akihiro Sasoh
Nagoya University, Japan
2015-e-58 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Numerical Study of Injected Jets into Supersonic Main Flow on Porous Cavity
Nao Kuniyoshi, Minoru Yaga, Isao Teruya, Masaaki Ishikawa
University of the Ryukyus, Japan
2015-e-59 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Surface Pressure/Temperature Measurement of Free-Flight Object by Motion-Capturing PSP/TSP
Masato Ishii1,2, Yuki Yamada2, Hideki Goya2, Takeshi Miyazaki2, Hirotaka Sakaue3
1National Research Institute of Police Science, Japan, 2University of Electro-Communications, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
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[e-13] Advanced Flow Physics (4)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 502
ChairpersonsYoshitaka Sakamura (Toyama Prefectural University , Japan)
 Akihiro Sasoh (Nagoya University, Japan)
2015-e-60 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Mach’s Principle for Turbulent Flow
Trevor H. Moulden
The University of Tennessee Space Institute, USA
2015-e-61 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
An Experimental Study on the Shock Wave in Air-Filled Small Diameter Tube
Shinsuke Udagawa1, Tatsuro Inage2, Masanori Ota3, Kazuo Maeno4
1TMCIT, Japan, 2Salesian Polytechnic, Japan, 3Chiba University, Japan, 4KNCT, Japan
2015-e-62 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
High Accuracy Piston Motion Estimation in Free Piston Shock Tunnel
Naoki Morimoto, Jun Yamashita, Akihiko Tabata, Shigeru Aso, Yasuhiro Tani
Kyushu University, Japan
2015-e-63 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Dynamic Behaviours of Short Cylinder in Low-Speed Flow
Koju Hiraki, Syohei Yamada, Daikai Zaitsu, Shota Inoue
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-e-64 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Numerical Study on Detailed Structure of Vortex Breakdown Behaviour for Landing of Spaceplane
Kento Yamada, Kojiro Suzuki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
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[e-14] Advanced Flow Physics (5)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:00
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 502
ChairpersonsKojiro Suzuki (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
 Trevor Moulden (University of Tennessee Space Institute, USA)
2015-e-66 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Development of a Pressure-Sensitive Luminescent Coating for Pressure Measurement in Micro-Scale Flow Devices
Yoshiharu Arai, Yoshitaka Sakamura, Motohiro Oshima, Shigeki Kawabata
Toyama Prefectural University, Japan
2015-e-67 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Comparison Between Finite Volume Method (FVM) Based on Inviscid and Viscous Flow with Experimental and Fluent Results
Abobaker Mohammed Alakashi, Bambang Basuno, Hasan Taher. M.elkamel
University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Malaysia
2015-e-68 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Spray Pattern Observation of Atomized Water Jet and Liquid Nitrogen for Water/Liquid Nitrogen Rocket Engine
Hiroki Ishii
Tokyo City University, Japan
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[f-1] Small Satellite Systems (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsShinichi Kimura (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
 Rustem Alim Aslan (Istanbul Technical University, Turkey)
2015-f-01 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Automated Production Techniques for Large Batches of Small Satellites
Alex da Silva Curirel, Andrew Cawthorne, Martin Sweeting
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd., UK
2015-f-03 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
A Concept for a Recoverable Microsatellite
Sean Tuttle, Kieran Davis, Scott Johnson, Mitchell Woodward, Andrew Neely
The University of New South Wales Canberra, Australia
2015-f-04 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Past Ten Years and the Future Plans of Student Satellite Activities in Seoul National University
Ji Hyun Park, Jaeyoung Lim, Abhas Maskey, In-Seuck Jeung
Seoul National University, Korea
2015-f-05 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
JAMSS Small Satellite Launch Services Overview
Yoshihiko Uemura, Nobuhiko Fukuda, Shigehiro Suzuki, Shigeru Imai
Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation, Japan
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[f-2] Small Satellite Systems (2)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsRustem Alim Aslan (Istanbul Technical University, Turkey)
 Shinichi Kimura (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
2015-f-06 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
What is a Lean Satellite?
Joseph Casas1, Daniel Rockberger2, Jordi Puig-Suari3
1NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, USA, 2MSc International Space University, Israel, 3California Polytechnic State University, USA
2015-f-07 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
International Standardization on Lean Satellites; Definition and Requirements
Mengu Cho1, Filippo Graziani2
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2G.A.U.S.S. Srl, Italy
2015-f-08 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Reliability Growth of Lean Satellites through Testing: HORYU-IV EM Case Study
Pauline Faure, HORYU-IV Team, Mengu Cho
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-f-09 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Hokkaido Satellite Project: Development of Hyperspectral Cameras for Agricultural Remote Sensing and Spin-Off Business Creation
Shin Satori1, Yusuke Takeuchi2, Tomonori Itoh2, Sawako Satori2
1Hokkaido University of Science, Japan, 2Hokkaido Satellite Corporation Ltd., Japan
2015-f-10 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Future Use of the TET-Platform and It’s Technology for High Performance LEO-Missions
Stephan Roemer, Silke Eckert
Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH, Germany
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[f-3] Small Satellite Projects (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsAlex da Silva Curiel (Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd., UK)
 Hiroyasu Tajima (Nagoya University, Japan)
2015-f-11 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
The Performance of DS-2 HEPS in Orbit
Khalid Ibrahim Anoohi
EIAT, UAE
2015-f-12 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Demonstration of Innovative System Design for Twin Micro-Satellite: Hodoyoshi-3 and -4
Yoshihiro Tsuruda1, Yoshihide Aoyanagi1, Toshiki Tanaka1, Takeshi Matsumoto1, Shinichi Nakasuka1, Seiko Shirasaka2, Masayasu Matsui3, Ichiro Mase3
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan, 3The Next generation Space system Technology Research Association, Japan
2015-f-13 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
R&D and Final Operation of Osaka Institute of Technology 1st PROITERES Nano-Satellite with Electric Rocket Engines and Development of 2nd and 3rd Satellites
Yuki Kojima, Takuya Kamimura, Yoshifumi Nishimura, Tomoyuki Ikeda, Ryota Fujita,, Hirokazu Tahara, OIT PROITERES Team
Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-f-14 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Development of CubeSat and Activity on Dream Satellite Project
Ippei Oshima1, Hideaki Kikuchi2, Hirokazu Tahara3, Ryota Hirai2, Tomoyuki Ikeda3, Ikujiro Ao4, Hiroyuki Iijima4, Shin Takeuchi5, Osamu Konno5, Taizoh Yamamoto6, Naoki Kabaya7, AstreX Kansai Satellite Group, Dream Satellite Project Team
1Kobe University, Japan, 2AstreX, Japan, 3Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 4Kobe Engineering Co., Ltd., Japan, 5Nissin inc., Japan, 6Yamamoto Metal Technos Co., Ltd., Japan, 7Futureagri Co., Ltd., Japan
2015-f-15 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Development and Flight Results of Microsatellite Bus System for RISING-2
Yuji Sakamoto1, Nobuo Sugimura1, Kazufumi Fukuda1, Toshinori Kuwahara1, Kazuya Yoshida1, Junichi Kurihara2, Tetsuya Fukuhara2, Yukihiro Takahashi2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2Hokkaido University, Japan
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[f-4] Small Satellite Projects (2)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsHiroyasu Tajima (Nagoya University, Japan)
 Alex da Silva Curiel (Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd., UK)
2015-f-16 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
The Integration and Testing of BeEagleSat
A. Rüstem Aslan1, Mansur Celebi2, Ahmet Sofyalı1, Sibel Türkoğlu1, M. Sevket Uludag1, I. Eray Akyol1, M. Deniz Aksulu1, Erdinc Yakut1,3, Murat Süer3, Serhan Gökçebağ4, M. Erdem Bas1,5
1Istanbul Technical University, Turkey, 2AirForce Academy, Turkey, 3Gumush Space Ltd., Turkey, 4Havelsan Co., Turkey, 5ERTEK Space Ltd., Turkey
2015-f-17 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
First Year Operation of a Micro-Spacecraft Asteroid Flyby Mission: PROCYON
Yoshihide Sugimoto1, Naoya Ozaki2, Stefano Campagnola1, Chit Hong Yam1, Bruno Sarli3, Hongru Chen4, Yosuke Kawabata2, Satoshi Ogura2, Kaito Ariu2, Chikako Hirose1, Ryu Funase2, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu1
1JAXA/ISAS, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 4Kyushu University, Japan
2015-f-18 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Solar Neutron and Gamma-Ray Monitor on the Chubusat-2 Satellite
Kazutaka Yamaoka, Yasunobu Babazaki, Yuki Hayashi, Hidehiro Kaneda, Hiroaki Kawahara, Kikuko Miyata, Takuya Miyazawa, Hosei Nagano, Yasutaka Narusawa, Sosuke Noda, Hiroyasu Tajima, Keisuke Tamura, Hidetaka Tanaka, Dao Ngoc Hanh Tam
Nagoya University, Japan
2015-f-19 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Development of MicroDragon, the First Vietnamese Micro-Satellite
Nguyen Dinh Chau Minh1, Nguyen Huu Diep1, Bui Nam Duong3, Nguyen Thi Thao4, Shusaku Yamaura1, Seiko Shirasaka1, Shinichi Nakasuka2, Keiichi Okuyama3, Junichi Kurihara4, Development Team1,2,3,4,5
1Keio University, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 4Hokkaido University, Japan, 5Tohoku University, Japan
2015-f-20 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
A Method of System Design of Ultra-Small Deep Space Probe
Kei-ichi Okuyama1, Masanori Nishio2, Seiji Fukushima2, Premkumar Saganti3, Doug Holland4
1The Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Kagoshima University, Japan, 3Prairie View A&M University, USA, 4NASA, USA
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[f-5] Small Satellite Projects (3)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsHans-Peter Harmann (AST Advanced Space Technologies GmbH, Germany)
 Kei-ichi Okuyama (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
2015-f-21 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
The Achievement of the Microbe Observation Micro-Satellite "TeikyoSat-3"
Katsuya Shibata, Hiroyuki Yoshimura, Takahiro Ando, Takumi Iso, Mafuyu Imai, Yonosuke Yamazaki, Masaaki Kawamura, Hirotoshi Kubota
Teikyo University, Japan
2015-f-22 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Mission Design of Deep Space Sculpture – ARSTAT2: DESPATCH
Motoki Kimura1, Naoto Usami1, Kyohei Sawada1, Kento Nakazawa1, Junshi Horiguchi2, Ron Hashimoto2, Akihiro Kubota2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Tama Art University, Japan
2015-f-23 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Utilization of HODOYOSHI-3&4 Hosted Payloads in the Field of Advertisement and Entertainment
Toshiki Tanaka1, Reiko Satogata2, Yuzo Shibayama2, Koji Yamaguchi2, Ryuhei Hamaguchi1, Kent Nakazawa1, Shinichi Nakasuka1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2NESTRA, Japan
2015-f-24 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Nuclear Spectroscopic Approach to Study M-type Near-Earth-Asteroids on the Miniature Deep Space Satellite
N. Hasebe1,2, H. Kusano1, H. Nagaoka2, S. Shimizu1, M. Miyajima1, E. Shibamura1, H. Kuno1, M. Naito2, K. Yoshida2, T. Adachi2, José A. Matias-Lopes2
1Waseda University, Japan, 2University of Coimbra, Portugal
2015-f-25 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Measurement of Ionosphere Plasma by Electron Density and Temperature Probe
Takahiro Miyazaki1, Josaphat Tetuko Sri Sumantyo1, Nobuyoshi Imura1, Takumi Abe2, Tomoyuki Nakazono3, Koichiro Oyama4, Tetsuya Kodama2
1Chiba University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3AES, Japan, 4Kyushu University, Japan
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[f-6] Small Satellite Concepts
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 13:00
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsKei-ichi Okuyama (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
 Hans-Peter Harmann (AST Advanced Space Technologies GmbH, Germany)
2015-f-26 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Development of Binary Black Hole Observation Satellite "ORBIS"
Naoki Otsuka, Hironori Sahara, ORBIS Team
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2015-f-27 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Current Attainability of a Lunar Microsatellite Mission for Universities and Similar Institutions
Mark Stibbard, Sean Tuttle
The University of New South Wales, UK
2015-f-28 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Feasibility Study of using Doppler RADAR on Microsatellite for Debris Identification and Cataloguing
Manjunath Ganesh1, Lavanan Vengadasalam2, Keyur Mahant3
1Sathyabama University, India, 2Arthur C Clarke Institute for Modern Technologies, Sri Lanka, 3CHARUSAT Space Technology Center, India
2015-f-29 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Design of a Nanosatellite for Remote Sensing Images of the Earth's Surface
Ricardo Arturo Vazquez Robledo1, Miguel Angel Alvarado Zaragoza1, Iñaki Erazo Damian1, Rigoberto Reyes Morales1, Alberto Cordero Davila2, Benito Orozco Serna3, Saul De La Rosa Nieves1
1National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico, 2Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico, 3Mexican Space Agency, Mexico
2015-f-30 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
On-Orbit Small Satellite Station for CubeSats
Manjunath Ganesh
Sathyabama University, India
2015-f-31 ( 12:40 - 13:00 )
Conceptual Design of Multipurpose Space Environment Utilization Satellite"Teikyosat-4"
Yonosuke Yamazaki, Mafuyu Imai, Takumi Iso, Luka Matsuya, Masaaki Kawamura
Teikyo University, Japan
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[f-7] Small Satellite Launch, Orbit and Attitude Control (1)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsYuji Sakamoto (Tohoku University, Japan)
 Hironori Sahara (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
2015-f-32 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Providing SmallSat Access to More Launch Vehicles
Kaitlyn Kelley, Phil Brzytwa
Spaceflight Inc., USA
2015-f-33 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Cluster Launch of Hodoyoshi-3 and -4 Satellites from Yasny by Dnepr Launch Vehicle
Seiji Yoshimoto1, Shinichi Nakasuka1, Yoshiro Tsuruda1, Yoshihide Aoyanagi1, Toshiki Tanaka1, Hironori Sahara2, Takehiro Ohira2, Yuta Araki3, Ichiro Mase4, Miki Ito4, Vladimir Kainov5, Andrey Karandaev5, Olexij Silkin6
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 3Nihon University, Japan, 4The Next Generation Space system Technology Research Association, Japan, 5ISC Kosmotras, Russia, 6Yuzhnoye State Design Office, Ukraine
2015-f-34 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Cold Gas Thruster Qualification for FORMOSAT 5
Hans-Peter Harmann1, Tammo Rombach2, Heiko Dartsch1
1AST Advanced Space Technologies GmbH, Germany, 2SpaceTech GmbH Immenstaad, Germany
2015-f-35 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Lifetime Test of a Cold Gas Thruster
Hans-Peter Harmann, Heiko Dartsch
AST Advanced Space Technologies GmbH, Germany
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[f-8] Small Satellite Launch, Orbit and Attitude Control (2)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 18:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsHironori Sahara (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
 Yuji Sakamoto (Tohoku University, Japan)
2015-f-37 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Attitude Estimation for Nanosatellites using Singular Value Decomposition and Unscented Kalman Filter
Halil Ersin Soken1, Demet Cilden2, Chingiz Hajiyev2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
2015-f-38 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Development of a COTS Sounding Rocket and Variable Dynamic Vibration Absorber Cansat Payload
EuGene Kim1, Yuichiro Tanaka2, Ken Biba3, Becky Green3
1The University of Sydney, Australia, 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 3Aeropac, US
2015-f-40 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Development and On-Orbit Demonstration of the Propulsion System Based on 60wt% Hydrogen Peroxide for Microsatellites
Takeshi Sakuma1, Hironori Sahara1, Naoki Miyashita2, Yusuke Kuramoto2, Masayasu Matsui3, Seiji Yoshimoto4, Yoshihiro Tsuruda4, Shinichi Nakasuka5
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2Axelspace Corporation, Japan, 3NESTRA, Japan, 4NANO-SATELLITE CENTER, Japan, 5The University of Tokyo, Japan
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[f-9] Small Satellite Launch, Orbit and Attitude Control (3)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsMengu Cho (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
 Toshinori Kuwahara (Tohoku University, Japan)
2015-f-41 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Attitude Simulation and Result of On-Orbit Initial Operation of Microsatellite "TSUBAME"
Shota Kawajiri1, Masanori Matsushita1, Kyosuke Tawara1, Masaya Koga1, Saburo Matunaga2
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2015-f-42 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Attitude Determination and Control of Nano-Satellite "SPROUT"
Kento Ohinata, Mahisako Yamazaki, Yasuyuki Miyazaki
Nihon University, Japan
2015-f-43 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Attitude Control Performance Evaluation of Flexible Microsatellite using Control Moment Gyros during Large-Angle Attitude Maneuver
Ting Hao1, Saburo Matunaga2
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2015-f-44 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Attitude Determination and Control System for Micro Spacecraft PROCYON
Satoshi Ikari1, Toshihiro Nakatani1, Takaya Inamori1, Takahiro Ito2, Shinichiro Sakai2, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu2, Ryu Funase1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
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[f-10] Small Satellite Launch, Orbit and Attitude Control (4)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsToshinori Kuwahara (Tohoku University, Japan)
 Mengu Cho (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
2015-f-45 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Effects of On-Orbit Eddy Current in Naturally Detumbling and Spin-Rate Damping of Cubesats in Low Earth Orbit
ENS Christopher Dinelli, Hampson Skinker, Alexander Dinelli, Alexander Cherry, James Thurman, Haley Doyle, Robert Bruninga, Carl Mungan, Jin S. Kang
United States Naval Academy, USA
2015-f-46 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Accuracy Improvement on Attitude Maneuver Simulations for Microsatellites Using CMGs
Kyosuke Tawara1, Shota Kawajiri1, EuGene Kim1, Saburo Matunaga2
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2015-f-47 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Flight Verification of Attitude Determination Methods for Microsatellite RISING-2 using Magnetometers, Sun Sensors, Gyro Sensors, and Observation Images
Yuji Sakamoto, Nobuo Sugimura, Kazufumi Fukuda, Toshinori Kuwahara, Kazuya Yoshida
Tohoku University, Japan
2015-f-48 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Attitude Control of UWE-4 for Orbit Correction During Formation Flying
Siddharth Dadhich, Philip Bangert, Klaus Schilling
Würzburg University, Germany
2015-f-49 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
An Evaluation of Fitted Drag Coefficients of 3U CubeSats
Alejandro Macario Rojas
The University of Manchester, UK
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[f-11] Small Satellite Launch, Orbit and Attitude Control (5)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsYoshihiro Tsuruda (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
 Hirokazu Masui (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
2015-f-50 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Nonlinear Attitude Control of a Small University Earth Observation Satellite
Rigoberto Reyes Morales, Carlos Romo Fuentes
The National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
2015-f-51 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Static Closed Loop Simulation of Attitude Control System of Microsatellite "RISESAT"
Kazufumi Fukuda, Toshinori Kuwahara, Yuji Sakamoto, Kazuya Yoshida
Tohoku University, Japan
2015-f-52 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Design and Implementation of a Thermopile-Based Earth Sensor
Toshinori Kuwahara1, Kazufumi Fukuda1, Nobuo Sugimura1, Yuji Sakamoto1, Kazuya Yoshida1, Arianna Dorsa2, Pietro Pagani2, Franco Z. Bernelli2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2Politecnico di Milano, Italy
2015-f-53 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Improvement of Star Sensor in Generic Test Environment
Nobuo Sugimura, Tatsuaki Hashimoto, Toshinori Kuwahara, Yuji Sakamoto, Kazuya Yoshida
Tohoku University, Japan
2015-f-54 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Attitude Estimation of Nano-Satellite with Deployable Aeroshell during Orbital Decay
Yasumasa Watanabe1, Kojiro Suzuki1, Osamu Imamura2, Kazuhiko Yamada3
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Nihon University, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
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[f-12] Small Satellite Power System
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 17:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsHirokazu Masui (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
 Yoshihiro Tsuruda (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2015-f-55 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Degradation Acceleration Tests of COTS Lithium-Ion Secondary Battery for Lean Satellites
Takuya Motohata, Tatsuo Shimizu, Hirokazu Masui, Mengu Cho
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-f-56 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Design and Testing of Electrical Power Subsystem (EPS) of a Lean Satellite, HORYU-IV
Mohamed Yahia Edries, Atomu Tanaka, Erdenebaatar Dashdondog, Hala O. Almubarak, Muhammad Alkali, Mengu Cho
Kyushu Institute of Technology (KIT), Japan
2015-f-57 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
In-Orbit Performance of VELOX-PII Power Management System
Jia Min Lew, Htet Aung, Jing Jun Soon, Kay-Soon Low
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
2015-f-58 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Environment Test Campaign of Triple Junction Photovoltaic on Aluminium Substrate Solar Panel for Lean-Satellite
Halla O. Almubarak1, Hirokazu Masui1, Mengu Cho1, Mohd Izzed Mustaffa2, Norhizam Hamzah2
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Astronautic Technology (M) Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
2015-f-59 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Innovative Power Generation and Management Methods for a RADAR Space-Based Earth Observation System
Ali Ramezan Nejad
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University), Australia
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[f-13] Small Satellite Thermal and Structure System
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsYasuyuki Miyazaki (Nihon University, Japan)
 Hiraku Sakamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
2015-f-60 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Thermal Design and Evaluation of Microsatellite TSUBAME Using Thermal Analysis During Orbit
Sota Suzuki1, Takashi Nagasu1, EuGene Kim1, Saburo Matunaga2
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2015-f-61 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Development of Re-Entry Nano-Satellite with Gossamer Aeroshell and GPS/Iridium Deployed from ISS
Kazuhiko Yamada1, Kojiro Suzuki2, Osamu Imamura3, Daisuke Akita4, Yasunori Nagata5, Yasuhiro Shoji6, Yusuke Takahashi7, Yasumasa Watanabe2, Takashi Abe1, MAAC group
1JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Nihon University, Japan, 4Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 5Okayama University, Japan, 6Osaka University, Japan, 7Hokkaido University, Japan
2015-f-62 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Thermal Design and On-Orbit Temperature Data of Hodoyoshi-1
Tsuyoshi Totani1, Hiroto Ogawa1, Yusuke Kuramoto2, Naoki Miyashita2, Masashi Wakita1, Harunori Nagata1
1Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Axelspace Corporation, Japan
2015-f-64 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Finite Element Analysis of Vibration Amplification Distribution within Lean Satellites
Amgalanbat Batsuren, Toru Hatamura, Hirokazu Masui, Mengu Cho
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
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[f-14] Small Satellite On-orbit Contrl and Equipment
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsHiraku Sakamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
 Yasuyuki Miyazaki (Nihon University, Japan)
2015-f-65 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
A Design Method of an Autonomous Control System for a Deep Space Probe
Fumito Kuroiwa, Ce Wang, Kei-ichi Okuyama
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-f-66 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
State Transition Simulation of Distributed Autonomous Microsatellite
Shuhei Hotta, Hironori Sahara
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2015-f-67 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Research of Radiation Testing Method for Lean-Satellites using Californium-252
Takahiro Tomioka1, Koyo Taniwaki1, Hirokazu Masui1, Mengu Cho1, Koichi Takamiya2
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Kyoto University Research Reactor Institute, Japan
2015-f-68 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Low-cost Simulation and Verification Environment for Micro-Satellites
Toshinori Kuwahara, Kazufumi Fukuda, Nobuo Sugimura, Yuji Sakamoto, Kazuya Yoshida
Tohoku University, Japan
2015-f-69 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Anomaly Investigation using Telemetry Data of Horyu-2’s for Single Event Latch-Up
Hiorokazu Masui, Yuzo Tanaka, Takahiro Tomioka, KIT satellite project, Mengu Cho
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
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[f-15] Small Satellite Sensors and Equipment
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsTsuyoshi Totani (Hokkaido University, Japan)
 Shinichi Kimura (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
2015-f-70 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Evaluation of Artificial Meteor Sources with Arc Heater Wind Tunnel
Masaki Watanabe1, Koki Sakuyama1, Hironori Sahara1, Soichiro Numata2, Shinsuke Abe2, Takeo Watanabe3, Takayuki Shimoda4, Junsei Nagai5, Yuta Nojiri6, Lena Okajima7
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2Nihon University, Japan, 3Teikyo University, Japan, 4ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 5AES CO., LTD., Japan, 6Axelspace Corp., Japan, 7ALE CO., LTD., Japan
2015-f-71 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Difficulty to Apply DC Probe Measurements to a Small Satellite Small Satellite Mission and Its Solutions
K.-I. Oyama1,2, H. K. Fang1
1National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, 2Kyushu University, Japan
2015-f-72 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Camera for Space Debris Removal for Small Satellite
Kotomi Shoji1, Yasuhiro Katayama2, Atsushi Ueta2, Daisuke Tsujita2, Tomohiro Narumi1, Shinichi Kimura1
1The Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-f-73 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
APAGPR: A Space-based Ground Penetrating RADAR System using a CubeSat Platform
Prateek Badiger
RMIT University, Australia
2015-f-74 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
CubeSat Design for Space Demonstration of Deployable Membrane Structure Technologies
Hiraku Sakamoto1, Hiroki Nakanishi1, Masahiko Yamazaki2, Yasuyuki Miyazaki2, Hiroshi Furuya1, Akihito Watanabe3, Kazuki Watanabe4, Mitsushige Oda1
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Nihon University, Japan, 3Sakase Adtech, Japan, 4WEL Research, Japan
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[f-16] Small Satellite Communication System
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 16:00 – 17:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, International Conference Room 301
ChairpersonsShinichi Kimura (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
 Tsuyoshi Totani (Hokkaido University, Japan)
2015-f-75 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Low-Cost and Ultimately-Downsized Onboard Deep Space Telecommunication System for PROCYON Mission
Yuta Kobayashi1, Atsushi Tomiki1, Shigeo Kawasaki1, Taku Nonomura1, Makoto Mita1, Taichi Ito1, Daisuke Kobayashi1, Yosuke Fukushima1, Ryu Funase2, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu1
1JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-f-76 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Telemetry and Telecommand of VELOX-PII with Ground Communication in Near Urban Environment
S. T. Goh, K. S. Low, C. Ye, K. Ian
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
2015-f-77 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Development and Flight Results of a Cubesat with Ku-Band Transmitters
Hiroki Morita, Masanori Nishio, Masaru Nakano, Sayuri Wago
Kagoshima University, Japan
2015-f-78 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Data Analysis for Tracking QB50P1 and QB50P2 Based on NCKU Ground Station
Chiung-Hui Tsai
National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
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[g-1] Space Transportation System Concept
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsRyoma Yamashiro (JAXA, Japan)
 Keita Terashima (JAXA, Japan)
2015-g-01 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Ready for the Flight Demonstration of H-IIA Upgrade Programm
Chikara Ishikawa, Daisuke Yabusaki, Koji Sunami, Takeshi Fujita
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-g-02 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Extending Rideshare: Mission Case Studies using Propulsive ESPA
Christopher Pearson1, Marissa Stender1, Joe Maly2, Christopher Loghry3
1Moog-Advanced Missions and Science, USA, 2Moog-CSA Engineering, USA, 3Moog-In-Space Propulsion, USA
2015-g-03 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Operational Feasibility Evaluation for On-Orbit EDT Experiments on HTV
Daisuke Tsujita, Toru Kasai, Takashi Uchiyama, Eiichiro Nakano, Hirohiko Uematsu, Satomi Kawamoto, Yasushi Ohkawa, Koichi Inoue
JAXA, Japan
2015-g-04 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Affordable Exploration Architectures Using the Space Launch System and High Power Solar Electric Propulsion
Roger M. Myers, C. Russell Joyner, R. Joseph Cassady, Steven Overton, Timothy Kokan, James Horton, W. Andrew Hoskins
Aerojet Rocketdyne, USA
2015-g-05 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Space Segment Concept for a Lunar Take off Industry Based on Regolith
Roland Antonius Gabrielli1, Marcel Frommelt1, Johannes Mathies1, Agnes Großmann1, Georg Herdrich1, Stefanos Fasoulas1, Peter Schnauffer1, Peter Middendorf1, Miranda Fateri2, Andreas Gebhardt2
1Stuttgart University, Germany, 2FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences, Germany
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[g-2] Epsilon Launch Vehicle (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsEtienne Dumont (DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany)
 Chester Crone (Moog, USA)
2015-g-06 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Novel Design Concept of the Epsilon Launch Vehicle
Yasuhiro Morita1, Takayuki Imoto1, Ryoma Yamashiro1, Kohichi Kishi2, Hirohito Ohtsuka2
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI Aerospace, Japan
2015-g-07 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Enhanced Epsilon
Takayuki Imoto, Yasuhiro Morita, Ryoma Yamashiro, Koji Nakaya
JAXA, Japan
2015-g-09 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Aerodynamics of Epsilon Rocket for First Flight and Next Enhanced System
Satoshi Nonaka1, Seiji Tsutsumi1, Keiichi Kitamura2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Yokohama National University, Japan
2015-g-10 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Developing Status of Guidance and Control System for Enhanced Epsilon Launch Vehicle
Hiroyuki Yamaguchi1, Yasuhiro Morita1, Takayuki Imoto1, Takayuki Yamamoto1, Takanao Saiki1, Hirohito Ohtsuka2, Kensaku Tanaka2
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI Aerospace, Japan
2015-g-12 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Development Status of Solid Propulsion System for Enhanced Epsilon Launch Vehicle
Koki Kitagawa1, Shinichiro Tokudome1, Keiichi Hori1, Hiroto Habu1, Eiichi Wada1, Haruhito Tanno2, Nobuyuki Nakano2
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI Aerospace, Japan
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[g-3] Epsilon Launch Vehicle (2)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsHideaki Ogawa (RMIT University, Australia)
 Chikara Ishikawa (JAXA, Japan)
2015-g-11 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
The System Design of Enhanced Epsilon Launch Vehicle
Ryoma Yamashiro, Yasuhiro Morita, Takayuki Imoto
JAXA, Japan
2015-g-13 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
The Development Status of the Structure Subsystem for Enhanced Epsilon Launch Vehicle
Kyoichi Ui1, Kenji Minesugi1, Toru Kamita1, Ken Goto1, Keita Terashima1, Seiji Tsutsumi1, Tsuyoshi Hoshino2, Mitsuya Sakamoto2, Naruhisa Sano2, Koichi Kishi2
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI Aerospace Co., Ltd., Japan
2015-g-14 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Development Status of Payload Fairing for Enhanced Epsilon Launch Vehicle
Koh Nakagawa1, Kyoichi Ui1, Takayuki Imoto1, Hiroshi Ikaida1, Seiji Nishio2, Naruhiko Chiku2, Yoshihiko Komada2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Kawasaki Heavy Industries,Ltd., Japan
2015-g-15 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Adaptation of Navigation-grade MEMS Gyros for Future Launch System
Takeshi Sasada1, Hiroshi Nishida2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Sumitomo Precision Products Co., Ltd., Japan
2015-g-16 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Approaches to Improve the Launch Vehicle Dynamic Environment for Future Launch System
Keita Terashima1, Toru Kamita1, Kyoichi Ui1, Tsuyoshi Hoshino2
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI Aerospace, Japan
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[g-4] Epsilon Launch Vehicle (3) & RBCC TSTO (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsKazuhide Mizobata (Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan)
 Koki Kitagawa (JAXA, Japan)
2015-g-17 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Payload Interface Information and Interface Coordinating Activities of Enhanced Epsilon Launch Vehicle
Koji Nakaya, Ryoma Yamashiro, Kyoichi Ui, Tetsuya Ono, Takayuki Imoto, Yasuhiro Morita
JAXA, Japan
2015-g-18 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Launch Operations, Ground Support Equipments and Facilities of Epsilon Rocket
Takeshi Yui, Kenichi Hirose
JAXA, Japan
2015-g-19 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Plan of Launch Operation and Launcher Improvement of Enhanced Epsilon
Tetsuya Ono, Shigeru Shimose, Kenji Minesugi
JAXA, Japan
2015-g-20 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
RBCC-Based Suborbital TSTO Systems: Part 1 - Optimisation and Uncertainty Analysis
Hideaki Ogawa, Pavel Trivailo, Tuan Ho, Roberto Sabatini, Alessandro Gardi, Subramanian Ramasamy
RMIT University, Australia
2015-g-21 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
RBCC-Based Suborbital TSTO Systems: Part 2 - Guidance, Navigation and Control Strategies
Hideaki Ogawa, Roberto Sabatini, Subramanian Ramasamy, Alessandro Gardi
RMIT University, Australia
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[g-5] RBCC TSTO (2)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:40 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsTakeshi Kanda (JAXA, Japan)
 Kouichiro Tani (JAXA, Japan)
2015-g-22 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Benefits of Human Modeling for Next Generation Manned Rocket Design
Thomas J. Hagale
The Boeing Company, USA
2015-g-24 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Aerodynamic Characteristics Study on Waverider for Applying to TSTO
Tomoyuki Muta1, Haruka Etoh1, Nobuyuki Tsuboi1, Yusuke Maru2, Kazuhisa Fujita2
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-g-25 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Numerical Study of Waverider-Airfoil-Based SpacePlanes for Two-Stage-To-Orbit Missions
Naoto Morita
Waseda University, Japan
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[g-6] Technology for Future Space Transportation System
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsThomas J. Hagale (The Boeing Company, USA)
 Takeshi Sasada (JAXA, Japan)
2015-g-26 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Stability Analysis of Non-Linear Dynamic Inversion Controller Applied to Winged Rocket
Hiroshi Yamasaki, Koichi Yonemoto, Takaaki Matsumoto, Kyoshiro Itakura, Guna Surendra Gossamsetti, Masatomo Ichige, Yusuke Ura
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-g-28 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Control System for Sea-Based Take-Off/Landing Suborbital Space Plane
Masahiro Nakamura1, Tomohiro Narumi1, Shinichi Kimura1, Hiroshi Yamamoto2, Yoshiaki Ohkami3
1Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 2Okinawa Space Port, Inc., Japan, 3Keio University, Japan
2015-g-29 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Development and Evaluation of Guidance Methodology using Dynamically Distributed Genetic Algorithm for Sub-Orbital Winged Rocket
Masatomo Ichige, Koichi Yonemoto, Takaaki Matsumoto, Hiroshi Yamasaki, Kyoshiro Itakura
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-g-30 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Aerodynamic Trim Characteristics of Winged Rocket Tested by Subsonic and Supersonic Wind Tunnel
Yusuke Ura, Yuki Kutsuna, Koichi Yonemoto, Takaaki Matsumoto
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
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[g-7] Experiment and Demonstration for Space Transportation System
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsKyoichi Ui (JAXA, Japan)
 Atsushi Murakami (IHI Aerospace, Japan)
2015-g-31 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Aerodynamics and Flight Capability of a Supersonic Flight Experiment Vehicle
Kazuhide Mizobata1, Yoshihiro Suzuki1, Sakae Ooishi1, Satoshi Kondoh1, Tsubasa Toguchi1, Yukiya Ishigami1, Masaaki Miura1, Takakage Arai2, Kazuyuki Higashino1
1Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
2015-g-32 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Progress of Technical Demonstrations for Reusable Sounding Rocket System
Takashi Ito, Satoshi Nonaka, Hiroyuki Ogawa
ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2015-g-33 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Firing Tests for the Main Engine of the Reusable Sounding Rocket
Toshiya Kimura1, Tomoyuki Hashimoto1, Masaki Sato1, Satoshi Takada1, Tsuyoshi Yagishita1, Yoshihiro Naruo1, Hiroyuki Ogawa1, Takashi Ito1, Kimihito Obase2, Yuya Fukuda2, Takeshi Kai2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Nagoya Guidance & Propultion Systems Works, MHI, Japan
2015-g-34 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Conceptual Design and Testing of Propulsion Systems for Reusable Sounding Rocket
Noriaki Masuda1, Keitaro Ishikawa1, Iwao Igarashi1, Hiroshi Kawato1, Satoshi Nonaka2, Takashi Ito2, Takehiro Himeno3
1Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-g-35 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Numerical Simulation of the External Flow Effect on Linear Aerospike Nozzle Performance
Masafumi Shibao1, Nobuyuki Tsuboi1, Takashi Ito2
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
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[h-1] Plasma, Colloid, and Emulsion
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:40 – 10:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonsTakehiko Ishikawa (JAXA, Japan)
 Masao Kikuchi (JAXA, Japan)
2015-h-03 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Comparisons of Particle Energy Estimated from Different Methods in Complex Plasmas
Satoshi Adachi1,2, Hiroo Totsuji3, Kazuo Takahashi4
1JAXA, Japan, 2SOKENDAI, Japan, 3Okayama University, Japan, 4Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-h-05 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Effect of Gravity on the Stability of W/O Emulsion
Yuji Yamashita1, Takahiro Yamazaki1, Takeshi Endo2, Kenichi Sakai2, Hideki Sakai2, Makoto Natsuisaka3, Kazutami Sakamoto1,2
1Chiba Institute of Science, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
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[h-2] Crystal Growth, Fluid, and Thermophysical Properties
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonsSatoshi Matsumoto (JAXA, Japan)
 Satoshi Adachi (JAXA, Japan)
2015-h-07 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Thermophysical Property Measurements of Oxide Melts at High Temperature by Electrostatic Levitation Furnace on the ISS
Tkaehiko Ishikawa1, Junpei T. Okada1, Yuki Watanabe2, Haruka Tamaru1, Yasuhiro Nakamura1
1JAXA, Japan, 2A. E. S. Co., Ltd., Japan
2015-h-08 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Introduction of Microgravity Experiment on Marangoni Convection in Liquid Bridge On-Board ISS
Satoshi Matsumoto
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-h-09 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Morphological Change of S/L Interface in Semiconductor Solution Growth under Reduced Convection Condition
Yuko Inatomi1, Mukannan Arivanandhan2, Velu Nirmal Kumar2, Haryo Mirsandi3, Tadanobu Koyama2, Yoshimi Momose2, Tetsuo Ozawa4, Takehiko Ishikawa1, Yasunori Okano3, Yasuhiro Hayakawa2, et al.
1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Shizuoka University, Japan, 3Osaka University, Japan, 4Shizuoka Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
2015-h-11 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
A Numerical Simulation Study on the Growth Process of InGaSb Crystals under Microgravity by Using Open FOAM
Xin Jin1, Haryo Mirsandi1, Takuya Yamamoto1, Yohei Takagi1, Yasunori Okano1, Yuko Inatomi2, Yasuhiro Hayakawa3, Sadik Dost4
1Osaka University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Shizuoka University, Japan, 4University of Victoria BC, Canada
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[h-3] Future Plans and Facilities
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonsYuko Inatomi (JAXA, Japan)
 Takeshi Endo (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
2015-h-13 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
The Two Microgravity Sounding Rockets Missions at Esrange; Cryofenix and MASER 13
Christian Lockowandt, Mattias Abrahamsson, Gunnar Florin
Swedish Space Corporation, Sweden
2015-h-14 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Low Gravity Environment Obtained by a Freefall Capsule with a High Altitude Balloon
Takehiko Ishikawa1, Masao Kikuchi1, Shin Yamamoto, Shujiro Sawai1, Yusuke Maru1, Shinichiro Sakai1, Nobutaka Bando1, Shigehito Shimizu1, Hiroaki Kobayashi1, Tetsuo Yoshimitsu1, et al.
1JAXA, Japan, 2IHI Inspection & Instrumentation Co. Ltd., Japan
2015-h-15 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Development of Composite Vehicle for the Experiment of Microgravity
Huiwen Hu1, Yen-Sen Chen2, Ting-Wei Chen1, Chih-Wei Yang1
1National Pingtung University of Science & Technology, Taiwan, 2National Space Organization, Taiwan
2015-h-16 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Design of a 1.5 Seconds High Quality Micro Gravity Drop Tower Facility
Jakob Breuninger1,2, Valentin Belser1,2, René Laufer2, Michael Dropmann1,2, Georg Herdrich1,2, Truell Hyde2, Hans-Peter Röser1
1University of Stuttgart, Germany, 2Baylor University, USA
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[h-4] Combustion
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 406
ChairpersonsSatoshi Matsumoto (JAXA, Japan)
 Takehiko Ishikawa (JAXA, Japan)
2015-h-17 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Study of Partial Prevaporization Effects on Flame Spread of a Linear N-Decane Droplet Array in Microgravity
Masao Kikuchi1, Yuji Kan1, Seijiro Fukuyama2
1JAXA, Japan, 2AES Co., Ltd., Japan
2015-h-18 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Droplet Array Combustion Experiments on Effect of Initial Droplet Diameter on Flame Spread Characteristic Time
Yusuke Suganuma1, Noriyuki Ikeyama2, Hiroshi Nomura1, Yasushige Ujiie1
1Nihon University, Japan, 2Graduate School of Industrial Technology, Nihon University, Japan
2015-h-19 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Effects of Droplet Interaction on Heat-Release Locations around a Fuel Droplet Pair in Hot Air in Microgravity
Osamu Moriue1, Takeru Iwamoto1, Masaoki Sugihara1, Kota Yone1, Hideki Hashimoto1, Eiichi Murase1, Hioshi Nomura2
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2Nihon University, Japan
2015-h-20 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Numerical Study on Flames near Extinction Limit in Opposed Flow Configuration over Thin Solid Fuels in Micro-Gravity
Kiran Kumar M N, Amit Kumar
Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India
2015-h-21 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
Effect of Ambient Gas on Flammability Limit of Flat Materials in Microgravity
Kandai Tsuboi1, Shuehi Takahashi1, Tadayoshi Ihara1, Subrata Bhattacharjee2
1Gifu University, Japan, 2San Diego State University, USA
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[i-1] Thermal Control Hardware (1)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsAtsushi Okamoto (JAXA, Japan)
 Shun Okazaki (ISAS, Japan)
2015-i-01 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Development of Helium-3 Compressors and Integration Test of Closed-Cycle Dilution Refrigerator System
Keisuke Shinozaki1, Kenichiro Sawada1, Yoichi Sato1, Hiroyuki Sugita1, Kazuhisa Mitsuda2, Philippe Camus3, Gèrard Vermeulen3, Sèbastien Triqueneaux3, Sylvain Martin4, Stèphane d’eEscrivan5
1JAXA/ARD, Japan, 2JAXA/ISAS, Japan, 3CNRS, France, 4Air Liquide, France, 5CNES, France
2015-i-02 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Heat Storage and Release Tests of Heat Storage Material with Crystal Transformation
Tsuyoshi Totani, Takuya Kuni, Toshifumi Satoh, Masashi Wakita, Harunori Nagata
Hokkaido University, Japan
2015-i-03 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Emissivity Estimation of a Black Paint Surface at Cryogenic Temperatures
Makiko Ando, Kosuke Tanaka, Keisuke Shinozaki, Yoichi Sato, Kenichiro Sawada, Hiroyuki Sugita
JAXA, Japan
2015-i-04 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Parametric Study of Oscillating Heat Pipes by using Mathematical Model for Practical Use in Spacecraft
Takurou Daimaru1, Shuhei Yoshida1, Hiroki Nagai1, Atsushi Okamoto2, Makiko Ando2, Hiroyuki Sugita2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-i-05 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Thermal Performance of a Small Loop Heat Pipe with Multiple Evaporators and Multiple Condensers under Vacuum Condition
Hosei Nagano, Xinyu Chang
Nagoya University, Japan
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[i-2] Thermal Control Hardware (2)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:00
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsHosei Nagano (Nagoya University, Japan)
 Makiko Ando (JAXA, Japan)
2015-i-07 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Experimental Study in Effects of Secondary Wick Configuration on Thermal Performance of a Loop Heat Pipe
Masahiko Taketani, Takuya Adachi, Hiroki Nagai
Tohoku University, Japan
2015-i-08 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Conceptual Design Study of Oscillating Heat Pipe System for GAPS
Shun Okazaki1, Hideyuki Fuke1, Takayoshi Inoue2, Akiko Kawachi3, Daishi Matsumoto4, Yoshiro Miyazaki5, Hiroki Nagai6, Taku Nonomura1, Hiroyuki Ogawa1, Noboru Yamada7
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 3Tokai University, Japan, 4Chiyoda Air-con Parts Co., Ltd., Japan, 5Fukui University of Technology, Japan, 6Tohoku University, Japan, 7Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan
2015-i-09 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Development of 100W-Class Loop Heat Pipes for Space Use and On-Orbit Experiment Test Plan
Atsushi Okamoto, Ryuta Hatakenaka, Takeshi Miyakita, Hiroyuki Sugita
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
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[i-3] Spacecraft Thermal Control
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 16:00 – 17:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonHosei Nagano (Nagoya University, Japan)
2015-i-10 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Development of an Oscillating Heat Pipe Cooling System for GAPS
Hideyuki Fuke1, Takayoshi Inoue2, Akiko Kawachi3, Daishi Matsumoto4, Yoshiro Miyazaki5, Hiroki Nagai6, Taku Nonomura1, Hiroyuki Ogawa1, Shun Okazaki1, Noboru Yamada7, et al.
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 3Tokai University, Japan, 4Chiyoda Air-con Parts Co., Ltd., Japan, 5Fukui University of Technology, Japan, 6Tohoku University, Japan, 7Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan
2015-i-11 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Thermal Control Verification and Analysis of Electron Emission Device for KITE Project
Moto Takai, Yasushi Ohkawa, Teppei Okumura, Kazutaka Kawashima, Yuta Horikawa, Ryuta Hatakenaka, Koichi Inoue
JAXA, Japan
2015-i-12 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
A Proposal and Verification of the Overnight Method on Lunar Surface by Interacting with Regolith Constant Temperature Layer
Shogo Okishio1, Ryota Notsu1, Hosei Nagano1, Hiroyuki Ogawa2
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-i-13 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Shinen2, an Ultra-Small Deep Space Probe: Thermal Design and Analysis
Bianca Szasz, Kei-ichi Okuyama
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-i-14 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Thermal Analysis and Testing of Arc Event Generator and Investigation Satellite (AEGIS), HORYU-IV
Trinh Thang LONG, Takashi Yamasaki, Hirokazu Masui, Mengu Cho
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
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[j-1] Satellite Navigation and Geodesy
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 502
ChairpersonsQinghui Liu (Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, China)
 Sidi Ahmed Bendoukha (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
2015-j-01 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Accuracy Evaluation of PPP-AR with Satellite FCBs
Masaya Nakano1, Seiji Katagiri1, Nobuhiro Kajiwara1, Satoshi Kogure2, Motoyuki Miyoshi2, Kaori Kawate2, Tomoji Takasu3
1Fujitsu Ltd., Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Lighthouse Technology and Consulting Co., Ltd., Japan
2015-j-02 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Hybrid GNSS+RFID positioning Based on Extended Kalman Filter EKF and Particles Filter PF
Sidi Ahmed Bendoukha1, Keichi Okuyama1, Roberto Garello2
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Politecnico di Torino, Italy
2015-j-03 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
VLBI Tracking Measurement of Chang’E-3
Qinghui Liu
Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, China
2015-j-04 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Progress of Search Operation for IKAROS by Means of Open-Loop Tracking Data
Shota Kikuchi1, Hiroshi Takeuchi2, Osamu Mori2, Yuya Mimasu2, Yoji Shirasawa2, Hideki Kato2, Naoko Ogawa2, Sho Taniguchi3
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Fujitsu Limited, Japan
2015-j-05 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Sensor Payload Space Radiation of Small Deep Space Probe SHINEN-2
Sidi Ahmed Bendoukha1, Keichi Okuyama1, Premkumar Saganti3, Doug Holland2
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Nasa Johonson Space Center, USA, 3Prairie View A&M Univesrsity, USA
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[j-2] Broadcast and Communication Systems
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 502
ChairpersonsNaoko Yoshimura (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan)
 Masazumi Ueba (Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan)
2015-j-06 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Conceptual Study on Global Broadband Satellite Communication Systems for the Next Generation Engineering Test Satellite
Amane Miura, Takashi Takahashi, Naoko Yoshimura, Hiroyuki Tsuji, Maki Akioka, Shinichi Taira, Morio Toyoshima
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
2015-j-07 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Feasibility Study of Broadband Satellite Communications System for Research Vessel
Naoko Yoshimura, Takashi Takahashi, Amane Miura, Morio Toyoshima
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
2015-j-08 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Development of Dynamic Moving Network with Satellite for Emergency Vehicles
Byeong-pyo Jeong, Yasunori Owada, Norihiko Katayama, Takashi Takahashi, Kiyoshi Hamaguchi, Morio Toyoshima
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
2015-j-09 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Study on Hybrid Satellite Tracking Antenna Control System using Torque Compensation Methods for Small-Vessels
Masazumi Ueba1, Kouhei Suzaki2, Takatoshi Sugiyama2
1Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan, 2NTT Corporation, Japan
2015-j-10 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Development of Aeronautical Earth Station for WINDS
Norihiko Katayama, Takashi Takahashi, Maki Akioka, Shinichi Taira
The National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
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[j-3] Experimental Results
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 502
ChairpersonsHajime Fukuchi (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
 Dimitar Radkov Kolev (NICT, Japan)
2015-j-11 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Transmission and Functionality Test of MMT-Based Next-Generation Satellite Broadcasting System over "KIZUNA (WINDS)" Satellite
Yuki Kawamura, Masaaki Kojima, Yoichi Suzuki, Kazuhiro Otsuki, Naoyoshi Nakamura, Takeshi Kimura, Shoji Tanaka
NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories, Japan
2015-j-12 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Time Diversity Evaluation for Attenuation Mitigation Method using Attenuation Data in Thailand and Japan
Peeramed Chodkaveekityada1, Hajime Fukuchi1, Tulaya Limpiti2, Pornchai Supnithi2
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand
2015-j-13 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Results of the Initial In-Orbit Test for an X-Band Multi-Mode High-Speed-Modulator on Alos-2 Satellite
Kazuya Inaoka1, Yoshiyuki Tashima1, Masanobu Yajima1, Toshiyuki Ukeba2, Futaba Ejima2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Japan
2015-j-14 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
A Simple Design for Lunar Multi Aperture Scintillation Sensor
Dimitar Kolev1, Kenji Higa2, Yoshihisa Takayama1, Morio Toyoshima1
1NICT, Japan, 2Space Engineering Development Co., Ltd., Japan
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[j-4] Advanced Technologies for space communications
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 502
ChairpersonsTomoaki Toda (JAXA, Japan)
 Masayoshi Yoneda (NEC Space Technologies, Ltd., Japan)
2015-j-15 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Initial Report of Satellite-ground Laser Communication Experiment using Small Optical TrAnsponder (SOTA)
Yasushi Munemasa, Hideki Takenaka, Dimitar Kolev, Naohiko Iwakiri, Maki Akioka, Yoshisada Koyama, Hiroo Kunimori, Yoshihisa Takayama, Morio Toyoshima
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
2015-j-16 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
OOK Modulated Optical Satellite Communications System for CCSDS Standardization
Naohiko Iwakiri, Yoshihisa Takayama, Morio Toyoshima
NICT, Japan
2015-j-17 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Intra-Spacecraft Wireless Link and Its Application to Spacecraft Environmental Tests
Tomoaki Toda1, Naoya Kukutsu2, Shoichi Kitazawa2, Susumu Ano2, Hirokazu Kamoda2, Tomoaki Kumagai2, Kiyoshi Kobayashi2, Masataka Ohira3, Satoru Shimizu4
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2ATR, Japan, 3Saitama University, Japan, 4Oki Electric Industry, Japan
2015-j-18 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
The Digital Modulation System with the Concealed Data Recovery Method
Mitsuhisa Yamaji1, Yuichi Yamaguchi1, Masayoshi Yoneda1, Kenji Suzuki2, Morio Toyoshima2
1NEC Space Technologies, Ltd., Japan, 2National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
2015-j-19 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
Proposal and Results of an Automatic Operation System for Nano Satellites Using Multiple Ground Stations
Kei Ohta1, Masaya Koga1, Sota Suzuki1, Kazuyoshi Miyasato1, Shota Kawajiri1, EuGene Kim1, Saburo Matunaga2
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
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[k-1] Near Earth Missions and Technologies (1) : Balloons to LEO
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonsAlfred Bing-Chih Chen (National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan)
 Hajime Yano (Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan )
2015-k-01 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
FUJIN-2 : Balloon Borne Telescope for Optical Observations of Planets
Yasuhiro Shoji1, Makoto Taguchi2, Toshihiko Nakano3, Atsunori Maeda2, Masataka Imai4, Yuya Gouda4, Makoto Watanabe4, Yukihiro Takahashi4, Yuji Sakamoto5, Kazuya Yoshida5
1Osaka University, Japan, 2Rikkyo University, Japan, 3Oita National College of Technology, Japan, 4Hokkaido University, Japan, 5Tohoku University, Japan
2015-k-03 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Development of a Mobile Operational System for Small High-Altitude Balloons Evaluated by a Collaborative Flight Experiment
Hiroki Kono
Kochi University of Technology, Japan
2015-k-04 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Development of the Solar Extreme Ultraviolet Probe for Cubesats
Alfred Bing-Chih Chen1, Heath Tsu-Wei Tsau1, Wen-Hao Chen1, Jyh-Ching Juang1, Koichiro Oyama1,2
1National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, 2Kyushu University, Japan
2015-k-05 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
The Launch and First Year Orbital Operation of the Tanpopo Mission onboard the ExHAM at the ISS Kibo Exposed Facility
Hajime Yano1, Akihiko Yamagishi2, Hirofumi Hashimoto1, Shin-ichi Yokobori2, Yoko Kebukawa3, Yuko Kawaguchi1, Kensei Kobayashi3, Hikaru Yabuta4, Makoto Tabata5, Masumi Higashide6
1JAXA/Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Pharm. and Life Science, Japan, 3Yokohama National University, Japan, 4Osaka University, Japan, 5Chiba University, Japan, 6JAXA, Japan
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[k-2] Near Earth Missions and Technologies (2) : LEO to the Lagrange Points
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:25
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonsPeter Tsou (Sample Exploration System, USA)
 Osamu Mori (JAXA, Japan)
2015-k-06 ( 15:00 - 15:15 )
Test Result of Key Mechanical Functions for a Super Multi-DoF and Extendable Space Robotic Arm
Yuichiro Tanaka, Kent Yoshikawa, Naoki Ueda, Hiroki Nakanishi, Mitsushige Oda
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-k-07 ( 15:15 - 15:30 )
LIDAR for Rendezvous and Docking, 3D-Imaging, Debris Removal and Robotic Support
Bettina Möbius1, Florian M. Kolb1, Michael Windmüller1, Mario Rößler1, Pierre Casiez2, Bruno Cavrois2, Olivier Mongrard3
1Jena-Optronik, Germany, 2Airbus Defence and Space, France, 3ESA-ESTEC, The Netherlands
2015-k-09 ( 15:30 - 15:45 )
DESTINY - A Technology Demonstrator for Deep Space Exploration
Yasuhiro Kawakatsu, Ikkoh Funaki, Kazutaka Nishiyama, Akira Oyama, Hiroyuki Toyota, Takayuki Yamamoto, Takahiro Iwata
ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2015-k-10 ( 15:45 - 16:05 )
DESTINY Trajectory Design
Takayuki Yamamoto1, Chit Hong Yam1, Stefano Campagnola1, Yoshihide Sugimoto1, Akira Oyama1, Tomoaki Tatsukawa1, Chikako Hirose1, Toshinori Ikenaga1, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu1, Satoshi Ogura2, Shunsuke Sato1, et al
1JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-k-11 ( 16:05 - 16:25 )
Operation by Script for DESTINY Mission: An Experiment of an Onboard Autonomous Mission Operation Technology
Yosuke Fukushima, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu
ISAS/JAXA, Japan
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[k-3] From the Lagrange Points to Outer Planets
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonsBettina Moebius (Jena-Optronik GmbH, Germany)
 Yasuhiro Kawakatsu (JAXA, Japan)
2015-k-12 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Studies on Solar System Explorations using DESTINY: The Demonstration and Experiment of Space Technology for Interplanetary Voyage
Takahiro Iwata1, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu1, Go Murakami1, Yuichiro Ezoe2, Shingo Kameda3, Kunihiro Keika4, Tomoko Arai5, Shuji Matsuura1, Takanao Saeki1, Takeshi Imamura1, Kazunori Ogohara6, Akira Oyama1, Toshinori Ikenaga7, Hiroyuki Toyota1, Ikko Funaki1
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 3Rikkyo University, Japan, 4Nagoya University, Japan, 5Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan, 6University Shiga Prefecture, Japan, 7JAXA, Japan
2015-k-13 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Exploration of Jovian System by JUICE Mission: Towards Understanding the Habitable Environments among Icy Moons
Sho Sasaki1, Yoshifumi Saito2, Masaki Fujimoto2, Jun Kimura3, Yasumasa Kasaba4, Noriyuki Namiki5, Yasuhito Sekine6, JUICE JAPAN Working Group2
1Osaka University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 4Tohoku University, Japan, 5NAOJ, Japan, 6The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-k-14 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Jovian Trojan Asteroid Exploration by Solar Power Sail-Craft
Osamu Mori1, Takanao Saiki1, Yoji Shirasawa1, Hideki Kato1, Go Ono1, Jun Matsumoto2, Toshihiro Chujo2, Shota Kikuchi2, Yuki Teramoto2, Yusuke Oki2, Kosuke Akatsuka2, Shuji Matsuura1, Hajime Yano1, Ryosuke Nakamura3, Yoko Kebukawa4, Jun Aoki5, Junichiro Kawaguchi1
1JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3AIST, Japan, 4Yokohama National University, Japan, 5Osaka University, Japan
2015-k-15 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Development of Sampling Package for Trojan Asteroid Exploration Mission
Jun Matsumoto1, Yusuke Oki1, Jun Aoki2, Hajime Yano3, Yoji Shirasawa3, Osamu Mori3
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-k-16 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
Sample Collection from Enceladus
Peter Tsou1, Ariel Anbar2, Kathrin Atwegg3, John Baross4, Donald Brownlee4, Richard Dissly5, Daniel Glavin6, Christopher Glein7, Isik Kanik8, Christopher McKay9, Carolyn Porco10, Yasuhito Sekine11, Ken Takai12, Yoshinori Takano12, Peter Williams2, Hajime Yano13
1Sample Exploration Systems, 2Arizona State University, 3University of Bern, 4University of Washington, 5Ball Aerospace, 6NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, 7Carnegie Institution of Washington, 8Jet Propulsion Laboratory California Institute of Technology, 9Ames Research Center, 10Cassini Imaging Central Laboratory for Operations, 11University of Tokyo, 12Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, 13Japan Aerospace of Exploration Agency, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
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[k-4] Marcury and Moon (1) - Science and Instrumentation
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonsEtienne Dumont (DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany)
 Hiroyuki Kawamoto (Waseda University, Japan)
2015-k-17 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
The BepiColombo Spacecraft and Its Mission to Mercury
Roger J. Wilson, Markus Schelkle
Airbus Defence and Space, Germany
2015-k-18 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
X-ray Emission using the Pyroelectric Crystal for the Active X-ray Spectrometer
Masayuki Naito1, Nobuyuki Hasebe1, Hiroki Kusano1, Hiroshi Nagaoka1, Haruyoshi Kuno1, Eido Shibamura1, José A. Matias Lopes2
1Waseda University, Japan, 2University of Coimbra, Portugal
2015-k-19 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
The Spatial Distribution of Gamma Rays Observed by Kaguya (SELENE) Gamma-Ray Spectrometer
Ryosuke Hayashida, Hiroshi Nagaoka, Hiroki Kusano, Eido Shibamura, Masayuki Naito, Nobuyuki Hasebe
Waseda University, Japan
2015-k-20 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Seismic Observation using the Broad-Band Seismometers Targeted for Moonquake
Ryuhei Yamada1, Hiroaki Shiraishi2, Tanguy Nébut3, Philippe Lognonné3, Kazuyoshi Asari1, Satoshi Tanaka2
1National Astronomical Observatory of Japan RISE project, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3IPGP, France
2015-k-21 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Study on Dynamics of Penetrator into Ice
Kojiro Suzuki, Kazuya Namba, Yasumasa Watanabe
The University of Tokyo, Japan
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[k-5] Moon (2) - Surface Exploration and Utilization-1
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonsKojiro Suzuki (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
 Ryuhei Yamada (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
2015-k-22 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Key Technology Development for Future Lunar Utilization
Takeshi Hoshino1, Sachiko Wakabayashi1, Shoichi Yoshihara1, Naoko Hatanaka2
1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation, Japan
2015-k-23 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Experimental Study of Lunar Drilling
Sachiko Wakabayashi, Takeshi Hoshino, Shoichi Yoshihara
JAXA, Japan
2015-k-24 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Design of a Modular Transportation System for Future Lunar Robotic Missions
Etienne Dumont
DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany
2015-k-25 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Overview on Mitigation and Utilization Technologies of Regolith Particles for Lunar, Mars, and Asteroid Exploration
Hiroyuki Kawamoto
Waseda University, Japan
2015-k-26 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Transport of Regolith Utilizing Dielectric Elastomer Actuator for In-Situ Resource Utilization on Moon and Mars
Masato Adachi, Kazuaki Nogami, Hiroyuki Kawamoto
Waseda University, Japan
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[k-6] Moon (3) - Utilization-2 and UZUME-1
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonsGuy Pignolet (Reunion Island Space Initiative, Europe)
 Katsushi Furutani (Toyota Technological Institute, Japan)
2015-k-27 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
System Architecture of a Lunar Industry Plant using Regolith
Roland Antonius Gabrielli1, Jürgen Seelmann1, Agnes Großmann1, Georg Herdrich1, Stefanos Fasoulas1, Peter Schnauffer1, Peter Middendorf1, Miranda Fateri2, Andreas Gebhardt2
1Stuttgart University, Germany, 2FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences, Germany
2015-k-28 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Overview of the MultiRob 3D Lunar Industrial Development Project
Agnes Großmann1, Roland Antonius Gabrielli1, Georg Herdrich1, Stefanos Fasoulas1, Peter Schnauffer1, Peter Middendorf1, Miranda Fateri2, Andreas Gebhardt2
1Stuttgart University, Germany, 2FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences, Germany
2015-k-29 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Mission Concepts of Unprecedented Zipangu Underworld of the Moon Exploration (UZUME) Project
Junichi Haruyama1, Isao Kawano1, Takashi Kubota1, Masatsugu Otsuki1, Hiroki Kato1, Toshihiko Nishibori1, Takahiro Iwata1, Yukio Yamamoto1, Yoshiaki Ishihara1, Aiko Nagamatsu1, Kazuto Shimada1, Toshiaki Hasenaka2, Tomokatsu Morota3, Masaki N. Nishino3, Ko Hashizume4, Kazuto Saiki4, Motomaro Shirao5, Goro Komatsu6, Nobuyuki Hasebe7, Hisayoshi Shimizu8, Hideaki Miyamoto8, Kensei Kobayashi9, Shinichi Yokobori10, Tatsuhiro Michikami11, Satoru Yamamoto12, Yasuhiro. Yokota12, Hitoshi Arisumi13, Genya Ishigami14, Katsusi Furutani15, Yuichi Michikawa16
1JAXA, Japan, 2Kumamoto University, Japan, 3Nagoya University, Japan, 4Osaka University, Japan, 5Planetary Geology Institute, Japan, 6Universita d’Annunzio, Italy, 7Waseda University, Japan, 8University of Tokyo, Japan, 9Yokohama National University, Japan, 10Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, Japan, 11Kinki University, Japan, 12National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan, 13National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan, 14Keio University, Japan, 15Toyoda University of Technology, Japan, 16National Institute of Radiological Sciences, Japan
2015-k-30 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
UZUME Project: Search for Water in Lunar Holes
Ko Hashizume1, Chihiro Yamanaka1, Ryota Hasunaka1, Jun-ichi Haruyama2
1Osaka University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-k-31 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Stratigraphy of Lunar Mare Basalts and Importance of Lunar Hole Studies
Tomokatsu Morota
Nagoya University, Japan
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[k-7] Moon (4) - UZUME-2 and volcano tubes
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonsKo Hashizume (Osaka University, Japan)
 Junichi Haruyama (JAXA, Japan)
2015-k-32 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Radiation Environment on the Moon -On the Lunar Surface and inside the Vertical Hole of the Moon -
Nobuyuki Hasebe1, Takuma Saito1, Hiroki Kusano1, Hiroshi Nagaoka1, Sota Shimizu1, Ryousuke Hayashida1, Aiko Nagamatu2, Jun’ichi Haruyama2
1Waseda University,Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency(JAXA), Japan
2015-k-33 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Construction of Secure Medical Base of Radiation Emergency to Support Human Activities on the Moon in UZUME Project
Yuichi Michikawa1, Junichi Haruyama2
1National Institute of Radiological Sciences, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-k-34 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Concept of Inflatable Rover for Exploration of Lunar and Planetary Holes and Subsurface Caverns
Katsushi Furutani
Toyota Technological Institute, Japan
2015-k-35 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Preparing for Volcano Tubes Analogue Exploration in Reunion Island
Alain Bertil1, Guy Pignolet2, Kiran Chincholi3
1Cite du Volcan, La Reunion, 2Reunion Island Space Initiative, La Reunion, 3University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt, Austria
2015-k-36 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
Promoting Public Understanding of Science and Technology through the Unprecedented Zipangu Underworld of the Moon Exploration (UZUME) Project
Junichi Haruyama1, Isao Kawano1, Takahiro Iwata1, Yukio Yamamoto1, Kazuto Shimada1, Shuhei Shigeto1, Masaki N. Nishino2, Motomaro Shirao3, Tatsuya Yamada4, Mayumi Arai5, Mari Nakajima6, Kentaro Kitamura7, Yasushi Obi8
1JAXA,Japan, 2Nagoya University, Japan, 3Planetary Geology Institute, Japan, 4Knospear Inc., Japan, 5Miraikan, Japan, 6Technical Links Design co.,ltd., Japan, 7NIT, Tokuyama College, Japan, 8Mukainooka Technical High School, Japan
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[k-8] Mars (1) - EDL and Surface Exploration
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonsTakehiko Satoh (Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan)
 Genya Ishigami (Keio University, Japan)
2015-k-37 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Japan’s Mars Rover Mission – System Design & Development Status
Kazuhisa Fujita1, Gen’ya Ishigami2, Ryuta Hatakenaka1, Moto Takai1, Hiroyuki Toyota1, Naoko Ogawa1, Misuzu Haruki1, Hiroshi Takeuchi1, Taku Nonomura1, Kazuhiko Yamada1, Hiroki Takayanagi1, Takashi Ozawa1, Shingo Matsuyama1, Akira Oyama1, Akihiko Yamagishi3, Shingo Kameda4, Hirdy Miyamoto5, Takehiko Satoh1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan, 3Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Science, Japan, 4Rikkyo University, Japan, 5The Univeristy of Tokyo, Japan
2015-k-38 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Orbit Design, Orbit Determination and Aerodynamic Guidance for Mars EDL and Surface Exploration Technologies Demonstrator
Naoko Ogawa, Misuzu Haruki, Yoshinori Kondoh, Shuichi Matsumoto, Hiroshi Takeuchi, Kazuhisa Fujita
JAXA, Japan
2015-k-39 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Mission Scope Definition and Preliminarily Design Study of Mars Surface Exploration Rover
Genya Ishigami1, Kazuhisa Fujita2, Ryuta Hatakenaka2, Hiroyuki Toyota2, Takehiko Sato2, Moto Takai2, Taku Nonomura2
1Keio University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-k-40 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
LDM (Life Detection Microscope): In Situ Imaging of Living Cells on Surface of Mars
Akihiko Yamagishi1, Takehiko Satoh2, Keigo Enya2, Atsuo Miyakawa1, Yoshitaka Yoshimura3, Hajime Honda4, Eiichi Imai4, Satoshi Sasaki5, Genya Ishigami6, Hirohide Demura7, Kazuhisa Fujita2, Hideaki Miyamoto8
1Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Tamagawa University, Japan, 4Nagaoka Institute of Technology, Japan, 5Tokyo University of Technology, Japan, 6Keio University, Japan, 7Aizu University, Japan, 8The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-k-41 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Design and Development of Navigation/Geological Cameras for a Mars Rover
Takehiko Satoh1, Hideaki Miyamoto2, Takafumi Niihara2, Genya Ishigami3
1JAXA, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Keio University, Japan
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[k-9] Mars (2) - Surface and Aerial Exploration
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonsAkihiko Yamagishi (Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, Japan)
 Naoko Ogawa (JAXA, Japan)
2015-k-42 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
An In-Situ Dating Instrument Package for a Future Mars Rover Mission
Yuichiro Cho1, Shingo Kameda1, Yayoi N. Miura2, Yoshifumi Saito3, Shoichiro Yokota3, Satoshi Kasahara3, Ryuji Okazaki4, Kazuo Yoshioka3, Kazuo Shibasaki1, Takahiro Oishi3, Misako Umeyama1, Seiji Sugita2
1Rikkyo University, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan, 3ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 4Kyushu University, Japan
2015-k-43 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Dust and Discharge Environmental Studies with Onboard Hazard Analyses around a Martian Rover by Electro-Magnetic and Acoustic Wave Measurements
Masa-yuki Yamamoto1, Mitsuteru Sato2, Keigo Ishisaka3, Yukihiro Takahashi2, Kazunori Ogohara4, Masashi Kamogawa6, Hideaki Miyamoto7
1Kochi University of Technology, Japan, 2Hokkaido University, Japan, 3Toyama Prefectural University, Japan, 4University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan, 5Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan, 6University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-k-44 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Automated Dust Devil Detection on Mars
Kazunori Ogohara1, Daiki Yasunaga1, Genya Ishigami2
1University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan, 2Keio University, Japan
2015-k-45 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
A Parametric Study of Mars Airplane Concept for Science Mission on Mars
Koji Fujita1, Hiroki Nagai1, Akira Oyama2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
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[k-10] Mars (3) - Aerial Probe Engineering-1
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonsMasa-yuki Yamamoto (Kochi University of Technology, Japan)
 Yuichiro Cho (Rikkyo University, Japan)
2015-k-46 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Development of Mars Exploration Aerial Vehicle in Japan
Hiroki Nagai1, Akira Oyama2, Mars Airplane WG
Tohoku University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-k-47 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Aerodynamic Challenges to Realize Mars Airplane
Hiroki Nagai1, Masayuki Anyoji2, Taku Nonomura3, Akira Oyama3, Masato Okamoto4, Gaku Sasaki5, Takaaki Matsumoto5, Kouichi Yonemoto5, Kasahiro Kanazaki6, Shigeru Sunada7, Koichi Yonezawa8, Masaru Koike9, Koji Fujita1, Keisuke Asai1, Kozo Fujii3
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2Kyushu University, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan, 4Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan, 5Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 6Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 7Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, 8Osaka University, Japan, 9Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-k-48 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Variable-Pressure Wind Tunnel Test of Airfoils at Low Reynolds Number Designed for Mars Exploration Aircraft
Takahiro Makizono1, Koichi Yonemoto1, Takaaki Matsumoto1, Gaku Sasaki1, Kota Tanaka1, Hirotoshi Tsukamoto1, Keisuke Ikeda1, Hiroshi Ochi2
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, 2Nishinippon Institute of Technology
2015-k-49 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Multi-Objective Design of Airfoil for Martin Airplane considering Trailing Edge Thickness
Motohiro Utsugi1, Masahiro Kanazaki1, Takaya Sato1, Kisa Matsushima2
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2University of Toyama, Japan
2015-k-50 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Reynolds Number Dependence of Airfoil Shape and Aerodynamic Characteristics at Low Reynolds Number
Donghwi Lee1, Taku Nonomura2, Akira Oyama2, Kozo Fujii2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
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[k-11] Mars (4) - Aerial Probe Engineering-2
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 17:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonsKazuhisa Fujita (JAXA, Japan)
 Kazunori Ogohara (University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan)
2015-k-51 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Aerodynamic Characteristics of Airfoils with Different Aspect Ratio behind Propeller Slipstream in Low Reynolds Number Condition
Hiroki Nagai, Kotaro Watanabe, Koji Fujita
Tohoku University, Japan
2015-k-52 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
A Study on Interference Effect between a Main Wing and a Propeller of a Mars Airplane
Shogo Matsumoto1, Shigeru Sunada1, Koichi Yonezawa2, Genki Nakai2, Kento Abe1, Naoki Yoshida2
1Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan
2015-k-53 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Airplane Propeller Design in Low-Reynolds Number Flows
Naoki Yoshida1, Genki Nakai1, Koichi Yonezawa1, Kento Abe2, Shigeru Sunada2, Kazuyasu Sugiyama1
1Osaka University, Japan, 2Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
2015-k-54 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Multiobjective Design Exploration of Airfoil Section Shape of a Propeller at Low-Reynolds and High-Mach Numbers Conditions Towards the Mars Airplane
Seiichiro Morizawa1, Taku Nonomura2, Shigeru Obayashi1, Akira Oyama2, Kozo Fujii2
1Tohoku University Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-k-55 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Flight Test of Small Unmanned Air Vehicle Propelled by Microwave Power Transmission in Anechoic Chamber
Takaaki Matsumoto1, Koichi Yonemoto1, Kozo Yamasita2, Satoshi Watanabe2, Tomohiko Mitani3, Masashi Iwashimizu3, Akito Kawasoe1, Itaru Tamai1, Gaku Sasaki1, Koyo Matsuzaki1
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Salesian Polytechnic, Japan, 3Kyoto University, Japan
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[k-12] Mars (5) - Robotics and Human Missions
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 9:40 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonTakahiro Iwata (JAXA, Japan)
2015-k-56 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
A Study on Path Planning Method for Multi Exploration Robots Taking Account of Communication Transmissibility
Yohei Ota, Shin-ichiro Nishida, Masashi Miura
The University of Tottori, Japan
2015-k-57 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Experimental Verification on Enabling Long Distance Travel for Planetary Rover using Scanning LRF System
Kai Yun, Yutaka Kinjo, Shinji Hokamoto
Kyushu University, Japan
2015-k-58 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Trade Study of Spacecraft Design for Manned Mars Flyby
Koki Tanaka1, Daichi Nakajima2, Shota Iino1, Eriko Moriyama3, Hiroyuki Miyajima4
1Keio University, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan, 3Space Systems Development Corporation, Japan, 4Tokyo Jogakkan College, Japan
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[k-13] Small Bodies (1) - Hayabusa-2
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonsDaniel J. Scheeres (University of Colorado, USA)
 Hitoshi Kuninaka (JAXA, Japan)
2015-k-61 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Deep Space Exploration of Hayabusa-2 Spacecraft
Hitoshi Kuninaka, Hayabusa-2 Project
JAXA, Japan
2015-k-62 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Development of Hayabusa-2 Sample Return Capsule
Keisuke Yoshihara, Tetsuya Yamada, Kazuhiko Yamada, Takayuki Shimoda
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-k-63 ( 11:40 - 11:55 )
Development of Micro Deployable Came (DCAM3) System on HAYABUSA2, and Overview of DCAM3 Mission
Hirotaka Sawada1, Kazunori Ogawa1, Kei Shirai1, Yuya Mimasu1, DCAM3 Development Team2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Science, Kobe University, Chiba Institute of Technology, Kochi University, The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-k-64 ( 11:55 - 12:10 )
Scientific Camera System in Hayabusa-2 DCAM3: Its Objective and System Configuration for Observation of SCI Asteroid Impact Experiment
Kazunori Ogawa1, Kei Shirai1, Masahiko Arakawa2, Hirotaka Sawada1, Koji Wada3, Rie Honda4, Ko Ishibashi3, Naoya Sakatani5, Takanao Saiki1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Kobe University, Japan, 3PERC/Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan, 4Kochi University, Japan, 5The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan
2015-k-65 ( 12:10 - 12:25 )
Performances of Flight Model of NIRS3: The Near Infrared Spectrometer on Hayabusa-2
Takahiro Iwata1, Kohei Kitazato2, Masanao Abe1, Takehiko Arai1, Yusuke Nakauchi1,3, Tomoki Nakamura4, Takahito Osawa5, Takahiro Hiroi6, Moe Matsuoka4, Shuji Matsuura1
1ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 2University of Aizu, Japan, 3Graduate University for Advanced Studies,Japan, 4Tohoku University, Japan, 5Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan, 6Brown University, USA
2015-k-66 ( 12:25 - 12:40 )
Thermal Infrared Imager on Hayabusa2 for Observation of Thermo-Physical Properties of C-Class Asteroid (162173) 1999JU3
Tatsuaki Okada1, Tetsuya Fukuhara2, Satoshi Tanaka1, Makoto Taguchi3, Takeshi Imamura1, Takehiko Arai1, Hiroki Senshu4, Hirohide Demura5, Yoshiko Ogawa5, Ryosuke Nakamura6, Hayabusa2 TIR team1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Hokkaido University, Japan, 3Rikkyo University, Japan, 4Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan, 5University of Aizu, Japan, 6AIST, Japan
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[k-14] Small Bodies (2) - Hayabusa-2 & MASCOT and Asteroid Science
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonsM. Reza Emami (University of Toronto, Canada)
 Tatsuaki Okada (JAXA, Japan)
2015-k-67 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Going Beyond the Possible, Going Beyond the "Standard" of Spacecraft Integration and Testing! – A Summary of the DLR Mascot AIV Activities within the Hayabusa-2 Project from the First Unit Hardware Test to Final Check-out before Launch –
Christian D. Grimm1, Jan-Thimo Grundmann1, Jeffrey Hendrikse2, Nawarat Termtanasombat1, Christian Ziach1
1Institute of Space Systems, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany, 2Airbus Defence and Space, Germany
2015-k-68 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
MASCOT Operations and Status after Launch
Christian Krause1, Jens Biele1, Muriel Deleuze2, Jan Thimo Grundmann3, Tra-Mi Ho3, Kagan Kayal1, Caroline Lange3, Tatsu Okada4, Stephan Ulamec1, Christian Ziach3, MASCOT team
1DLR Microgravity User Support Center (MUSC), Germany, 2CNES Centre National d’Etudes Spaciales, France, 3DLR Institute for Space Systems, Germany, 4Jaxa Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
2015-k-69 ( 14:40 - 14:55 )
HARMONICS2: A Visualization Tool for Hayabusa2 Mission
Wataru Ueno, Naru Hirata, Hirohide Demura
The University of Aizu, Japan
2015-k-70 ( 14:55 - 15:10 )
Space Weathering of Asteroids: Lessons from Itokawa for Future Missions
Sho Sasaki1, Takahiro Hiroi2, Masateru Ishiguro3, Mizuki Okazaki1, Rosario Brunetto4
1Osaka University, Japan, 2Brown University, USA, 3Seoul University, Korea, 4Université Paris-Sud, France
2015-k-71 ( 15:10 - 15:25 )
Experimental Study on Impact into Granular Materials under Simulated Reduced Gravities
Masato Kiuchi, Akiko Nakamura
Graduate School of Science, Kobe University
2015-k-72 ( 15:25 - 15:40 )
Risk Strategy of Asteroid Collisions to the Earth at Extraterrestrial Stations
Yasunori Miura
Yamaguchi University, Japan
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[k-15] Small Bodies (3) - Mission Design and Enabling Technologies
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 16:00 – 17:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 402
ChairpersonsSho Sasaki (Osaka University, Japan)
 Takeo Watanabe (Teikyo University, Japan)
2015-k-73 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Analysis on Motion Control Based on Reaction Null Space for Ground Grip Robot on an Asteroid
Yudai Yuguchi1, Warley F.R. Ribeiro2, Kenji Nagaoka1, Kazuya Yoshida1
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
2015-k-74 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Penetration Dynamics of an Asteroid Sampling System Inspired by Japanese Sword Technology
Takeo Watanabe1, Hironori A. Fujii2, Takeshi Sakamoto3, Genrokuro Matsunaga4
1Teikyo University, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University & TMIT Co., Ltd., Japan, 3Kumamoto University, Japan, 4Matsunaga Japanese swords forging laboratory, Japan
2015-k-75 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Spacecraft Formation for Asteroid Redirection
Michael C. F. Bazzocchi, M. Reza Emami
University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies, Canada
2015-k-76 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Exploration of Rubble Pile Body Geophysics by Missions to NEA Binaries
D. J. Scheeres
The University of Colorado, USA
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[n-1] SAR & Remote Sensing Applications (1)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 18:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 504
ChairpersonsRyo Natsuaki (JAXA, Japan)
 Yukihiro Kankaku (JAXA, Japan)
2015-n-01 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
The Results of Initial Evaluation of PALSAR-2
Yukihiro Kankaku, Shinichi Suzuki
JAXA, Japan
2015-n-03 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Detection of Oil Spill Variations from SAR Imagery at the Coastal Region of the Yellow Sea and its Potential Causes
Tae-Sung Kim1, Kyung-Ae Park1, Xiaofeng Li2, Moonjin Lee3, Sungwook Hong4, Sang Jin Lyu4, Sooyong Nam5
1Seoul National University, Korea, 2NESDIS / NOAA, USA, 3KRISO, Korea, 4NMSC, Korea, 5GeoSystem Research Inc., Korea
2015-n-04 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Clarification of the DInSAR image with Local Co-registration Method using Singular Points and Amplitude Information
Ryo Natsuaki, Manabu Watanabe, Takeshi Motooka, Masato Ohki, Masanobu Shimada
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2015-n-05 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Development of Large Scale Flood Detection Method by Integrating Historical Global Record Using Microwave Remote Sensing
LI Xi, Wataru Takeuchi
The University of Tokyo, Japan
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[n-2] SAR & Remote Sensing Applications (2)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 504
ChairpersonsSergio Molina (Elecnor-Deimos, Spain)
 Yoshihide Aoyanagi (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2015-n-06 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Result of Hodoyoshi-3 and -4 Earth Observation Missions
Yoshihide Aoyanagi1, Akira Iwasaki1, Shinichi Nakasuka1, Takuji Ebinuma1, Shinichi Kimura2, Tomohiro Narumi2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Science, Japan
2015-n-07 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
On-Board Satellite Image Recognition Using Deep Neural Network
Ryuhei Hamaguchi1, Shinichi Nakasuka1, Ryotaro Takeda2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2PASCO, Japan
2015-n-08 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Remote Sensing Camera for the Satellite Project Condor UNAM-MAI
Ricardo Arturo Vázquez Robledo1, Paulo César Becerril González1, Miguel Ángel Alvarado Zaragoza1, Gerardo Gómez Soto1, Raúl Del Toro Morales1, Oscar Mérida Guzmán1, Israel Ricardo Vargas Galván1, Alberto Cordero Dávila2, Edgar Martínez Pascual2, Saúl De la Rosa Nieves1, et al.
1National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico, 2Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico
2015-n-09 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
The DEIMOS-2 Mission: From Kick-Off to LEOP and Commissioning
Sergio Molina Gomez, Pablo Gallego Sanmiguel
Elecnor Deimos Satellite Systems, Spain
2015-n-10 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
ICARUS - A Concept for Unprecedented Observation of Small Animals Based on Satellites
Paul Ehrhardt1, Reinhard Gregor Birmuske1, Martin Wikelski2
1SpaceTech GmbH Immenstaad, Germany, 2Max-Planck Institute for Ornithology and University of Konstanz, Germany
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[n-3] TRMM/GPM (1)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 13:00
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 504
ChairpersonsMisako Kachi (JAXA, Japan)
 Kaya Kanemaru (JAXA, Japan)
2015-n-11 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Tropical Rainfall Measurement Mission (TRMM) Operation Summary
Tomomi Nio1, Susumu Saito1, Erich F. Stocker2, James H. Pawloski3, Yoshifumi Murayama4, Takeshi Ohata4
1JAXA/SAOC, Japan, 2PPS, NASA/GSFC, USA, 3ESMO, NASA/GSFC, USA, 4RESTEC, Japan
2015-n-12 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Creation of TRMM PR Data by Minimizing the Effect of the TRMM Orbit Boost
Kaya Kanemaru1, Satoshi Kida2, Takuji Kubota1, Misako Kachi1, Riko Oki1, Toshio Iguchi3, Yukari N. Takayabu4
1Earth Observation Research Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Toshiba, Japan, 3Applied Electromagnetic Research Institute, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan, 4Atmoshpere and Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-n-13 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Overview and Updates of Global Satellite Mapping of Precipitation (GSMaP) for GPM
Misako Kachi1, Kazumasa Aonashi2, Takuji Kubota1, Shoichi Shige3, Tomoo Ushio4, Tomoaki Mega4, Munehisa Yamamoto3, Yukari N. Takayabu5, Riko Oki1
1JAXA, Japan, 2MRI, Japan Meteorological Agency, Japan, 3Kyotyo University, Japan, 4Osaka University, Japan, 5The University Tokyo, Japan
2015-n-14 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Overview of the High Resolution GSMaP Algorithms
Tomoo Ushio1, Tomoaki Mega1, Takuji Kubota2, Misako Kachi2, Kazumasa Aonashi3, Shoichi Shige4
1Osaka University, 2JAXA/EORC, Japan, 3Meteorological Research Institute, 4Kyoto University
2015-n-15 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Implementation of the Orographic/Nonorographic Rainfall Classification Scheme with Moist Frouid Number in the GSMaP Algorithm
Munehisa K. Yamamoto, Shoichi Shige
Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, Japan
2015-n-16 ( 12:40 - 13:00 )
Validation of the Gauge Adjustment GSMaP (GSMaP Gauge)
Tomoaki Mega1, Tomoo Ushio1, Takuji Kubota2, Misako Katchi2, Kazumasa Aonashi3, Soichi Shige4
1Osaka University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, 4Kyoto University, Japan
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[n-4] TRMM/GPM (2)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 504
ChairpersonsToshio Iguchi (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan)
 Kinji Furukawa (JAXA, Japan)
2015-n-17 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Operation Status of the Dual-Frequency Precipitation Radar on the Global Precipitation Measurement Core Spacecraft
Kinji Furukawa1, Masahiro Kojima1, Toshio Iguchi2, Hiroshi Hanado2, Katsuhiro Nakagawa2, Minoru Okumura3
1JAXA, Japan, 2National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan, 3NEC Space Technologies, Ltd., Japan
2015-n-18 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Current Status of GPM/DPR Level 1 Algorithm Development and DPR Calibration
Takeshi Masaki1, Takuji Kubota1, Riko Oki1, Masahiro Kojima1, Kinji Furukawa1, Takeshi Miura1, Toshio Iguchi2, Hiroshi Hanado2, Naofumi Yoshida3, Tomohiko Higashiuwatoko3, Hiroki Kai3
1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan, 3Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan, Japan
2015-n-19 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Assumptions in the Rain Retrieval Algorithms for the TRMM Precipitation Radar and the GPM Dual-Frequency Precipitation Radar
Toshio Iguchi1, Shinta Seto2
1National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan, 2Nagasaki University, Japan
2015-n-20 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Development of a Routine to Reduce Sidelobe Clutter in GPM/KuPR-L2 Algorithm
Takuji Kubota1, Takeshi Masaki1, Toshio Iguchi2, Shinji Urita3, Naofumi Yoshida3, Hiroshi Hanado2, Riko Oki1
1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan, 3Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan, Japan
2015-n-21 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Grand Validation of GPM/DPR by using Phased Array Weather Radar
Yuki Hirano, Tomoaki Mega, Tomoo Ushio
Osaka University, Japan
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[n-5] GCOM-C, EarthCARE & Earth Observations (1)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 17:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 504
ChairpersonsMakoto Kuji (Nara Women's University, Japan)
 Masahiro Hori (JAXA, Japan)
2015-n-22 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Global Change Observation Mission (GCOM)
Haruhisa Shimoda1, Yoshiaki Honda2
1Tokai University, Japan, 2Chiba University, Japan
2015-n-23 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Overview and Development Status of GCOM-C Satellite System
Tomoyuki Urabe, Shigemasa Ando, Tsuyoshi Maeda, Kazuhiro Tanaka, Masaaki Mokuno
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-n-24 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
The Current Development Status of GCOM-C's On-board Second-generation Global Imager (SGLI)
Shigemasa Ando, Yoshihiko Okamura, Kazuhiro Tanaka, Masaaki Mokuno
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-n-25 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Validation Method of Global Land Cover Map using Reference Data with Quality Level
Noriko Soyama1, Kanako Muramatsu2, Fumio Ochiai2, Motomasa Daigo3, Takahiro Sasai4, Kenlo Nasahara4
1Tenri University, Japan, 2Nara Women’s University, Japan, 3Doshisha University, Japan, 4University of Tsukuba, Japan
2015-n-26 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Cloud Fractions Estimated from Shipboard Whole-Sky Camera and Ceilometer Observations
Makoto Kuji1, Risa Fujimoto1, Mayu Miyagawa1, Ryoko Funada1, Masahiro Hori2, Hiroshi Kobayashi3, Seizi Koga4, Junji Matsushita5, Toshiyuki Murayama6, Masataka Shiobara5
1Nara Women’s University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3University of Yamanashi, Japan, 4AIST, Japan, 5NIPR, Japan, 6Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan
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[n-6] GCOM-C, EarthCARE & Earth Observations (2)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 504
ChairpersonsTakuji Kubota (JAXA, Japan)
 Yusaku Ono (JAXA, Japan)
2015-n-27 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Long-Term Datasets of Satellite-Derived Northern Hemisphere Snow Cover Extent in 5km Spatial Resolution Prepared for JAXA’s GCOM-C Mission
Masahiro Hori1, Konosuke Sugiura2, Tomonori Tanikawa1, Teruo Aoki3, Katsuyuki Kuchiki3, Masashi Niwano3, Hiroyuki Enomoto4,5
1JAXA, Japan, 2University of Toyama, Japan, 3Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, 4National Institute of Polar Research, Japan, 5SOKENDAI (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies), Japan
2015-n-28 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Mapping Surface Solar Irradiance Over Japan and Australia using MTSAT-2 and MODIS
Sylvain Cros1, Matthieu Turpin1, Quentin Verspieren1, Caroline Lallemand1, Nicolas Schmutz1, Guy Pignolet2
1Reuniwatt SAS, Reunion Island, France, 2Reunion Island Space Initiative, Reunion Island, France
2015-n-29 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Investigation of the EarthCARE Satellite for Validation Activities
Takuji Kubota, Maki Hirakata, Tomoyuki Nomaki, Satoru Fukuda, Riko Oki
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-n-30 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
The Overview and Status of Vegetation Lidar Mission ‘MOLI’
Jumpei Murooka1, Daisuke Sakaizawa1, Takashi Kobayashi1, Keiko Suzuki1, Tadashi Imai1, Toshiyoshi Kimura1, Kazuhiro Asai1,2, Haruo Sawada1,3
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tohoku Institute of Technology, Japan, 3Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
2015-n-31 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Evaluation of a Function Model of Pressurizing Laser Transmitter toward Forest Environment Measurement from Space
Daisuke Sakaizawa1, Jumpei Murooka2, Keiko Suzuki1, Tadashi Imai3, Toshiyoshi Kimura1, Kazuhiro Asai1,2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tohoku Institute of Technology, Japan
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[n-7] GCOM-W & Ocean Remote Sensing (1)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 504
ChairpersonsZorana Jelenak (UCAR, USA)
 Marehito Kasahara (JAXA, Japan)
2015-n-32 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Status of GCOM-W1/AMSR2 Operation and Calibration
Marehito Kasahara, Norimasa Ito, Keiji Imaoka
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-n-33 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Overview and Updates of AMSR2 Ocean Products
Misako Kachi1, Keiji Imaoka1, Akira Shibata2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Japan Meteorological Agency, Japan
2015-n-34 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Current Status of the Ansr2 Standard and Research Product for the Land Surface Hydrology
Hiroyuki Tsutsui, Keiji Imaoka, Misako Kachi, Takashi Maeda
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2015-n-35 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
A New Ocean Suite Retrieval
David Duncan1, Chris Kummerow1, Elena Lobl2
1Colorado State University, USA, 2University of Alabama in Huntsville, USA
2015-n-36 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
NOAA GCOM-W1/AMSR2 Oceanic Environmental Products: Validation and User Impacts
Zorana Jelenak1, Paul Chang1, Suleiman Alsweiss2, Jun Park3
1NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, USA, 2Global Science & Technology Inc., USA, 3University of Maryland, USA
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[n-8] GCOM-W & Ocean Remote Sensing (2)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 504
ChairpersonsPaul S Chang (NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, USA)
 Kohtaro Hosoda (Tohoku University, Japan)
2015-n-37 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Development of Daily-Minimum Sea Surface Temperature Data Set Based on Microwave and Visible/Infrared Measurements from Space
Kohtaro Hosoda, Futoki Sakaida
Tohoku University, Japan
2015-n-39 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Evaluation and Validation of RapidScat Ocean Surface Vector Winds
Paul S. Chang1, Zorana Jelenak1, Seubson Soisuvarn1, Faozi Said2
1NOAA/NESDIS/STAR, USA, 2Global Science and Technology, Inc., USA
2015-n-40 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Sea State Monitoring using Reflectometry on TechDemoSat-1
Alex da Silva Curiel1, Martin Unwin1, Martin Sweeting1, Jason Tye2, Christine Gommenginger2
1Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd., UK, 2Surrey Space Center, UK, 3National Ocenographic Center, UK
2015-n-41 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Investigation of Interferometric Altimeter Sensor for the Japanese Altimetry Mission, COMPIRA
Yukie Yajima, Akihisa Uematsu, Yasuhiro Nakajima, Norimasa Ito, the JAXA COMPIRA Team
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
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[n-9] GOSAT series & Earth Observations
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 16:00 – 17:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 504
ChairpersonsMasataaka Ajiro (National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan)
 Masakatsu Nakajima (JAXA, Japan)
2015-n-42 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
GOSAT-2; Mission, Satellite and Mission Instruments
Masakatsu Nakajima, Yoshiyuki Ishijima, Hiroshi Suto, Yasutoshi Hyakusoku, Kazuhiko Yotsumoto, Masashi Abe, Takehiro Miyakawa, Kei Shiomi, Takeshi Hirabayashi
JAXA, Japan
2015-n-43 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
GOSAT TANSO Calibration and Characterization in 6 Years of the On-Orbit Operation
Shuji Kawakami, Akihiko Kuze, Hiroshi Suto, Kei Shiomi, Masakatsu Nakajima
JAXA, Japan
2015-n-44 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Updates on Standard Data Products and Changes on the Observation Locations after 6 Years on Orbit Operation of GOSAT
Masataka Ajiro, Fumie Kawazoe, Tatsuya Yokota
National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES), Japan
2015-n-45 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Online Visualization Tool "VISION" on Arctic Data archive System (ADS)
Takeshi Sugimura1, Takeshi Terui1, Hironori Yabuki1,2
1National Institute for Polar Research, Japan, 2Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan
2015-n-46 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Compact Infrared Camera (CIRC) for Earth Observation
Michito Sakai1, Haruyoshi Katayama1, Eri Kato1, Yasuhiro Nakajima1, Toshiyoshi Kimura1, Koji Nakau2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Hokkaido University, Japan
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[p-1] Space Medicine and Physiology (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 404
ChairpersonsSatoshi Furukawa (JAXA, Japan)
 Masayuki Omoto (Kurume University Hospital, Japan)
2015-p-01 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Effect of Short-Duration Space Flight on Bone and Body Composition
Hiroshi Ohshima, Koh Mizuno, Satoshi Furukawa, Chiaki Mukai
JAXA, Japan
2015-p-02 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Cycling Exercise Interval Training Combined with Electrically Stimulated Antagonist Muscles Improves Oxygen Uptake and Muscle Strength
Masayuki Omoto1, Yoshio Takano2, Hiroo Matsuse1, Ryuki Hashida1, Yuuya Tsukada1, Takeshi Nago1, Yoshihiko Tagawa3, Naoto Shiba1
1Kurume University Hospital, Japan, 2International University Health and Welfare, Japan, 3Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-p-03 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Ubiquitin Ligase Cbl-b is a Negative Regulator for Insulin-Like Growth Factor 1 Signaling during Muscle Atrophy Caused by Unloading
Takayuki Uchida1, Takeshi Nikawa1, Tomoki Abe1, Shohei Hohno4, Ayako Ohno1, Shigetada Kondo1, Katsuya Hirasaka2, Yuushi Okumura3, Mills M Edward4
1University of Tokushima Graduate school, Japan, 2Nagasaki University, Japan, 3Sagami women's University, Japan, 4University of Texas at Austin, USA
2015-p-04 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
3-Iodothyronamine-Mediated Metabolic Suppression in Rodent and Muscle Cell: Application to Artificial Hibernation
Hyunwoo Ju, Hyekyung So, Kyungbong Ha, Haksup Shin, Chan-Moon Chung, Inho Choi
Yonsei University, Korea
2015-p-05 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Overview of JAXA Mouse Habitat Unit Used on Internatinoal Space Station / Kibo
Akane Yumoto, Dai Shiba, Hiroyasu Mizuno, Atuko Homma, Hiroe Kobayashi, Masaki Shirakawa
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
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[p-2] Space Medicine and Physiology (2)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 404
ChairpersonsNobuyasu Yamaguchi (Osaka University, Japan)
 Takashi Sugita (Meiji Pharmaceutical University, Japan)
2015-p-07 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Life System Science with Dynamic Material States in Space Activity
Yasunori Miura
Yamaguchi University, Japan
2015-p-08 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Bacterial Monitoring in the International Space Station-"Kibo" based on rRNA gene sequence
Nobuyasu Yamaguchi, Tomoaki Ichijo, Masao Nasu
Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Osaka University, Japan
2015-p-09 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Space Flight Experiment: Temporal Changes in the Skin Fungal Microbiomes of Astronauts in the International Space Station
Takashi Sugita1, Takashi Yamazaki2,3, Shin Yamada3, Koichi Makimura2, Otomi Cho1, Hiroshi Ohshima3, Noriaki Ishioka3, Chiaki Mukai3
1Meiji Pharmaceutical University, Japan, 2Teikyo University, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-p-10 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Sweet Potato Culture in a Bio-Regenerative Life Support System in Space
Y. Kitaya, H. Hirai
Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
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[q-1] Space Power Systems (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:30
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 502
ChairpersonsPaul Jaffe (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, USA)
 Yoshiyuki Fujino (Toyo University, Japan)
2015-q-15 ( 9:00 - 9:40 )
Robotic Servicing of Geostationary Satellites: Economic Transformation
Gordon Roesler
DARPA, USA
2015-q-02 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Possibility of Locating Number of Ultra Large Solar Power Satellite in GEO
Mitsushige Oda
Tokyo Tech, Japan
2015-q-16 ( 10:00 - 10:30 )
Shackleton Energy and Off-World Industrialization
Jim Keravala
Shackleton Energy Company, USA
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[q-2] Space Power Systems (2)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 502
ChairpersonsJohn Carlton Mankins (Mankins Space Technology, Inc., USA)
 Mitsushige Oda (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
2015-q-04 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Microwave Transmission Experiment on the Ground for Future SSPS
Takashi Saito1, Masao Sato1, Shuji Nakamura1, Kenji Sasaki1, Shoichiro Mihara1, Yukihiro Homma2, Takuro Sasaki2, Yuichiro Ozawa3, Naohiro Tanaka3, Teruo Fujiwara3
1Japan Space Systems, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan, 3IHI AEROSPACE CO., LTD., Japan
2015-q-05 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Performance of a "Step" Sandwich Module for Space Solar Power
Paul Jaffe
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, USA
2015-q-06 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Experiments of Direction Finding by Pilot Signal for Solar Power Satellite
Shotaro Katano1, Taishi Kobayashi2, Makoto Tanaka1, Koji Tanaka3
1The University of Tokai, Japan, 2The University of Toyo, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-q-07 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Study for Simultaneous Degradation of 2nd and 3rd Harmonics Radiation using a Random Rectenna Array
Yoshiyuki Fujino, Yuusuke Yoshioka, Yasushi Kobayashi
Toyo University, Japan
2015-q-08 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Thermal Design and Test of Power Generator/Transmitter Hybrid Panel for Solar Power Satellite
Daisuke Sato1, Noboru Yamada1, Koji Tanaka2
1Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
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[q-3] Space Power Systems (3)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 502
ChairpersonsGuy Pignolet (Reunion Island Space Initiative, Europe)
 Nobuyuki Kaya (Kobe University, Japan)
2015-q-01 ( 15:00 - 15:40 )
Realizing Commercially-Competitive Space Solar Power: The Path to SPS-ALPHA
John C. Mankins
Mankins Space Technology, Inc., USA
2015-q-03 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Conceptual Design on the Sandwich Solar Power Satellite II
Nobuyuki Kaya
Kobe University, Japan
2015-q-09 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Development of Solar Array for HAYABUSA2
Takayuki Ose1, Yukishige Nozaki1, Taichi Hirose2, Naoyuki Kaneko2, Takehiko Ito2, Takanobu Shimada3, Osamu Kawasaki3
1NEC Space Technologies, Ltd., Japan, 2NEC, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-q-10 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Modular Electric Power Systems for Spacecraft and Launch Vehicles
Greg Semrau, Dan Muffoletto, Scott Steffan, Chris Pearson
Moog Space & Defense Inc., USA
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[q-4] Space Power Systems (4)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 502
ChairpersonsGuy Pignolet (Reunion Island Space Initiative, Europe)
 Nobuyuki Kaya (Kobe University, Japan)
2015-q-11 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Major Upgrade of Electrical Power System for High-Powered Micro-Satellite
Masanori Matsushita1, Kazuyoshi Miyasato1, Masaya Koga1, Eugene Kim1, Sota Suzuki1, Kei Ito1, Makoto Arimoto1, Yoichi Yatsu1, Saburo Matunaga2
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2015-q-12 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Shape Maintaining of Ultra-Lightweight Thin-Film Power Generation System
Naoki Takaura1, Koji Tanaka2, Shohei Koyama3, Yoji Shirasawa2, Rikio Yokota2, Hideki Kato2, Osamu Mori2
1Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Tokyo Denki University, Japan
2015-q-13 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Toward State Estimation of Satellite-Borne Lithium-Ion Battery Based on Impedance Data using Load Current Changing
Kohei Tanaka1, Masayuki Itagaki2, Satoshi Kobayashi2, Masafumi Kikuchi2, Yoshitsugu Sone1,3, Seisuke Fukuda1,3
1The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-q-14 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Characterization of Carbon Nanotube-Based Polymer Actuator for Space Application
Takashi Kume1, Koji Tanaka2, Yoshiki Yamagiwa1
1The University of Shizuoka, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
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[r-1] Observation
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsToshiya Hanada (Kyushu University, Japan)
 Yukihito Kitazawa (IHI Corporation, Japan)
2015-r-01 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Detection of LEO Objects using CMOS Sensor
Toshifumi Yanagisawa, Hirohisa Kurosaki, Hiroshi Oda
JAXA, Japan
2015-r-02 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Mission Design for NEO Detection and Impact Warning System
Toshinori Ikenaga1, Alessandro Takeshi Morita Gagliardi2, Hitoshi Ikeda1, Masayoshi Utashima1, Nobuaki Ishii1
1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2École Polytechnique , France
2015-r-03 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Detection, Photometry and Light Curve of Space Debris in Geosynchronous Earth Orbit
Hiroshi Oda1, Hirohisa Kurosaki1, Toshifumi Yanagisawa1, Makoto Tagawa2
1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Kyushu University, Japan
2015-r-04 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Optical Light Curve Observations to Determine Attitude States of Space Debris
T. Schildknecht, J. Silha, E. Linder, M. Hager
University of Bern, Switzerland
2015-r-05 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Mission Feasibility of Sensing Attitude Motion of Rocket Body
Toshiya Enomoto, Kenta Shiomi, Ryusuke Harada, Hideaki Hinagawa, Koki Fujita, Toshiya Hanada
Kyushu University, Japan
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[r-2] Rotation, In-situ measurement
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsThomas Schildknecht (University of Bern, Switzerland)
 Toshifumi Yanagisawa (JAXA, Japan)
2015-r-06 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Momentum of the Target Received from Projectile in Hypervelocity Impacts
Koichi Hayashi1, Masahiro Nishida2, Hiroshi Oda3, Hirohisa Kurosaki3, Toshifumi Yanagisawa3, Masumi Higashide3
1Toba College, Japan, 2Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-r-07 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Representation of Short Period Variations in an Inactive Satellite’s Rotational State Due to the YORP Effect
Antonella A. Albuja, Daniel J. Scheeres
University of Colorado – Boulder, USA
2015-r-08 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
DRAGONS – A Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris Impact Sensor on the ISS
J.-C. Liou1, J. Hamilton1, S. Liolios1, C. Anderson2, A. Sadilek2, R. Corsaro3, F. Giovane4, M. Burchell5
1NASA Johnson Space Center, USA, 2U.S. Naval Academy, USA, 3Naval Research Lab, USA, 4Virginia Tech, USA, 5University of Kent, UK
2015-r-09 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Design and Development of DRAGONS In-Situ Orbital Debris Detection and Characterization Payload
Haley M. Doyle, Joseph G. Tom, Kari H. Nogacek, Chris R. Anderson, Jin S. Kang
U.S. Naval Academy, USA
2015-r-10 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Development on In-Situ Measurement Sensors for Micro-Meteoroid and Small Space Debris at JAXA
Y. Kitazawa1,2,3,4, H. Matsumoto2, O. Okudaira2, Y. Kimoto2, T. Hanada5, P. Faure6, Y. Akahoshi6, M. Nakamura7, K. Hashimoto1, A. Sakurai8, K. Funakoshi8, T. Yasaka8
1IHI Corporation, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 4Kanagawa Prefectural Government, Japan, 5Kyushu University, Japan, 6Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 7Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 8iQPS, Japan
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[r-3] Modelling
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsJ.-C. Liou (NASA, USA)
 Oda Hiroshi (JAXA, Japan)
2015-r-11 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Small Satellites and the Future Space Debris Environment
Benjamin Bastida Virgili1, Holger Krag2
1IMS Space Consultancy @ ESOC/ESA, Germany, 2ESA Space Debris Office, Germany
2015-r-12 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Dynamic Modeling on Micron-Size Orbital Debris
Masahiro Furumoto, Koki Fujita, Toshiya Hanada
Kyushu University, Japan
2015-r-13 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Impacts of Debris Removal on Future Near-Earth-Orbit Population & Selection of Targets
Mélissa Zemoura1, Sonali Batra1, Toshiya Hanada1, Satomi Kawamoto2
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-r-14 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Effects of Systematic Error on Collision Probability between Space Objects
Xiaoli Xu, Yongqing Xiong
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2015-r-38 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Development of an Iterative Solution to Aerospace Trajectory Interception Problem
Ahmed M. Hussein, Mohammed K. Ibrahim, Mohammed S. Bayoumi
Cairo University, Egypt
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[r-4] Protection
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsYasuhiro Akahoshi (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
 Melissa Zemoura (Kyushu University, Japan)
2015-r-15 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Ballistic Limit of Polyethylene Fibre Fabrics Subjected Projectile Impact
Masahiro Nishida1, Ken Mizutani1, Masumi Higashide2
1Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-r-16 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Crater Shape and Ejecta Size Distribution Resulting from Hypervelocity Impact of Spherical Projectiles on LPSO Type Magnesium Alloy
Kaito Ishida1, Masahiro Nishida1, Koichi Hayashi2, Yasuhiro Akahoshi3, Kazuyuki Hokamoto4, Yoshihito Kawamura4
1Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 2National Institute of Technology, Toba College, Japan, 3Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 4Kumamoto University, Japan
2015-r-17 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Ejecta Size Distribution due to Projectile Impact on Curved Targets
Yasuyuki Hiraiwa1, Masahiro Nishida1, Kenta Nozaki1, Koichi Hayashi2, Sunao Hasegawa3
1Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, 2National Institute of Technology, Toba College, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-r-18 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
Hypervelocity Impact Tests to Assess the Mass and Size Distribution of Spacecraft Ejecta
Yassine Serbouti, Yasuhiro Akahoshi, Koichi Norimatsu, Yousuke Fujimura, Yuuki Fukuda
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-r-19 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
Damage Estimation of Pressure Wall from Kinetic Energy of Debris Cloud at Oblique Impacts
Yoshihiro Oki1, Kanjuro Makihara1, Sunao Hasegawa2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
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[r-5] Protection, Mitigation, Economics
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsMasahiro Nishida (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan)
 Benjamin Bastida Virgili (ESA, Germany)
2015-r-20 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Lessons Learned from Space Debris Vulnerability Analyses in Spacecraft Early Design Phases
Tiziana Cardone1, Tiago Soares1, Andrew Wolahan1, Ivo Ferreira1, Ian Carnelli2, Danielle Baker-Wilson2, Benjamin Bastida Virgili3, Holger Krag3
1ESA-ESTEC, The Netherlands, 2ESA-HQ, France, 3ESA-ESOC, Germany
2015-r-21 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Prediction of Thermo-Mechanical Behavior of Debris under Oxidative Re-Entry Environment
G. Pinaud, L. Rhidane
Airbus Defence& Space, France
2015-r-22 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
MHI’s Space Debris Mitigation Activities and Feasibility Studies for Active Debris Removal Mission
Mitsuya Kadowaki, Shoyo Hyodo, Kotaro Aoki, Takahiro Nakanii, Takeshi Uchida
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan
2015-r-23 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
How the Private Sector Can Realize Sustainable Active Debris Removal - Technologies and Business Model
Nobu Okada, Patrick Loh Shisiong
Astroscale Pte Ltd., Singapore
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[r-6] Active Debris Removal (1)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsMitsunobu Okada (ASTROSCALE PTE. LTD., Singapore)
 Keiichi Hirako (IHI Corporation, Japan)
2015-r-25 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
A Note on Orbital Environment Remediation
Tetsuo Yasaka
QPS Institute, Japan
2015-r-26 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
A Flight Experiment of Electrodynamic Tether Using HTV toward the Realization of Debris Removal
Satomi Kawamoto, Yasushi Ohkawa, Kentaro Iki, Teppei Okumura, JunIchi Aoyama, Yasuhiro Katayama, Daisuke Tsujita, Toru Kasai, Hirohiko Uematsu, Koichi Inoue
JAXA, Japan
2015-r-27 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
The Expected On-Orbit Tether Deployment Dynamics on KITE Mission
Kentaro Iki, Satomi Kawamoto, Yasushi Ohkawa, Teppei Okumura, Kazutaka Kawashima, Moto Takai, Katsuhiko Izawa, Koji Matsumoto, Satoshi Suzuki, Yasuhiro Katayama, Yuuta Horikawa, Koichi Inoue
JAXA, Japan
2015-r-28 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Dynamics of the Net Systems, Capturing Space Debris
Pavel M. Trivailo1, Hirohisa Kojima2, Jian Shen3, Feng Han3
1RMIT University, Australia, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 3Beijing Institute of Technology, China
2015-r-29 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Evaluation of Harpoon Tips for Debris Capture
Takahiko Mataki1, Yasuhiro Akahoshi1, Takao Koura1, Yukihito Kitazawa2, Kazuo Shimamura2, Taku Izumiyama2, Kozue Hashimoto2, Satomi Kawamoto3, Jun-ichi Aoyama3, Tadao Fukuta4
1Kyusyu Institute of technology, Japan, 2IHI, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan, 4Okayama Prefectural University, Japan
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[r-7] Active Debris Removal (2)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 15:00 – 16:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsTetsuo Yasaka (QPS Institute, Japan)
 Satomi Kawamoto (JAXA, Japan)
2015-r-30 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
A Scenario for Space Debris Capture by Light Weight Robot Arm
Shin-Ichiro Nishida1, Naohiko Kikuchi2, Shohei Adachi1, Sou Ito1, Maroi Kodama1
1Tottori University, Japan, 2Komatsu Ltd., Japan
2015-r-31 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Experimental Evaluation of Impact Velocity and Tensile Load of Lodging an Ancho on a Satellite Structure for Space Debris Mitigation System
Nguyen Ba Thanh Long1, Hiroaki Tanaka1, Hidehiro Hata2
1National Defense Academy of Japan, Japan, 2Kumamoto University, Japan
2015-r-32 ( 15:40 - 16:00 )
Challenges and Unusual Requirements when Designing a Rendezvous and Docking Technology Demonstrator Mission Target Satellite
Stephan Stoltz, Anja Nicolai, Christian Raschke, Robert Eberwein
Astro- und Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH, Germany
2015-r-33 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Conceptual Study of Mechanical and Sensing System for Debris Capturing for PAF
Nobuyuki Kubota1, Masayuki Enomoto1, Kouichi Shibasaki1, Satomi Kawamoto2, Yasushi Ohkawa2, Junichi Aoyama2, Yasuhiro Katayama2
1Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-r-34 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Modeling of the Behavior of Magnetic Particles inside a Robotic Gripper System for Active Space Debris Removal
Ayano Kido, Hirohisa Kojima
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
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[r-8] Active Debris Removal (3)
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 17:00 – 18:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsShin-Ichiro Nishida (Tottori University, Japan)
 Ian Carnelli (European Space Agency, France)
2015-r-35 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
De-Orbit Kit Technology for Space Debris Mitigation
Sourabh Kaushal1, Nishant Arora1, Kellen McNally2, J. P. Coadou2
1Institute of Science & Technology Klawad, India, 2Nova Shell Materials Technologies, Canada
2015-r-36 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
A Long Term Space Debris Mitigation Approach Based on an Independent Decommissioning Device for Satellite and Launcher Space
Stefano Antonetti, Lorenzo Ferrario, Luca Rossettini
D-Orbit Srl, Italy
2015-r-37 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Robotic Remanufacturing and Transport System for Space Debris Mitigation
Rahul Soni
Babu Banarasi Das National Institute of Technology and Management, India
2015-r-39 ( 18:00 - 18:20 )
The Dynamics Analysis of Capturing a Non-Cooperative Satellite with the Multi-Joint Holding System
Daiki Hamashima, Akihiko Honda, Hiroki Nakanishi, Mitsushige Oda
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-r-40 ( 18:20 - 18:40 )
Optical Phase Conjugation for Small Space Debris Removal
Kotomi Kawakami1, Shigeaki Uchida2, Hideki Okamura3, Kimiya Komurasaki1
1The Univeristy of Tokyo, Japan, 2The Graduate School for the Creation of New Photonics Industries, Japan, 3International Christian University, Japan
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[r-9] Space Environment
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsKiyokazu Koga (JAXA, Japan)
 Kazuhiro Toyoda (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
2015-r-42 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Orbit Determination of Meteoroids by MU Radar Meteor Head Echo Observations
Shinsuke Abe1, Johan Kero2, Daniel Kastinen3, Takuji Nakamura4, Yasunori Fujiwara4, Souichirou Numata1, Junichi Watanabe5, Hiroyuki Hashiguchi6, MURMHED members
1Department of Aerospace Engineering, Nihon University, Japan, 2Swedish Institute of Space Physics, Sweden, 3Luleå University of Technology, Sweden, 4National Institute of Polar Research, Japan, 5National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan, 6Kyoto University, Japan
2015-r-43 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
The Measurement of the Heavy Ions Telescope in Kibo Exposed Facility on the ISS
Haruka Ueno, Haruhisa Matsumoto, Kiyokazu Koga, Aiko Nagamatsu
JAXA, Japan
2015-r-44 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Radiation Measurement by Light Particle Telescope on JASON-2/-3
Osamu Okudaira, Haruhisa Matsumoto
JAXA, Japan
2015-r-45 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
The Precipitation of Energetic Electrons Observed at the Altitude of 666km Association with the Phenomenon before the Great 3.11 Earthquake
Kyohei Ohno1, Rei Mitsuhashi1, Nobuyuki Hasebe1, Koh-Ichiro Oyama2, Tetsuya Kodama3, Haruhisa Matsumoto3, Osamu Okudaira3
1Waseda University, Japan, 2Kyusyu University, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
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[r-10] On orbit investigations
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsMasao Nakamura (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)
 Haruka Ueno (JAXA, Japan)
2015-r-46 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Development of Low Cost Double Probe Plasma Measurement System for a Lean Satellite HORYU-IV
Taiwo Tejumola, Atomu Tanaka, Arifur Khan, HORYU-4 Project Team, Mengu Cho
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan.
2015-r-47 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Development of Arc Experiment System for Nano-Satellite "Horyu-4"
Hiroshi Fukuda, Tatsuo Shimizu, Kazuhiro Toyoda, Mengu Cho
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-r-48 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Universal Scaling Laws for Fully-Developed Magnetic Field Turbulence Near and Far Upstream of the Earth's Bow Shock
Rodrigo A. Miranda1, Abraham C.-L. Chian2,3,4, Erico L. Rempel2,3
1University of Brasília (UnB), Brazil, 2Institute of Aeronautical Technology (ITA), Brazil, 3National Institute for Space Research (INPE), Brazil, 4University of Adelaide, Australia
2015-r-49 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Measurement Result of Solar Neutrons Onboard the Space Environment Data Acquisition Equipment – Attached Payload (SEDA-AP)
Kiyokazu Koga1, Yasushi Muraki3, Shoichi Shibata2, Haruhisa Matsumoto1, Osamu Okudaira1, Hideaki Kawano4, Kiyohumi Yumoto4
1JAXA, Japan, 2Chubu University, Japan, 3Nagoya University, Japan, 4Kyushu University, Japan
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[r-11] On orbit investigations, Materials characterization
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsOsamu Okudaira (JAXA, Japan)
 Kiyokazu Koga (JAXA, Japan)
2015-r-51 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Photoelectron Current Measurement on Nano-Satellite in Low Earth Orbit
Ewang Essien, Kazuhiro Toyoda, Mengu Cho
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-r-52 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Measurement of Total Electron Emission Yield with Different Temperatures
Akira Miyahara1, Kazutaka Kawasaki1, Jiang Wu2, Kazuhiro Toyoda1, Mengu Cho1
1Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Xi'an Jiaotong University, China
2015-r-53 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Effect of Electron Dose Rate on Volume Resistivity of Polyimide Film under Electron Irradiation
Rikio Watanabe1, Masamichi Ohira2, Teppei Okumura2, Masato Takahashi2
1Tokyo City University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-r-54 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Hyperthermal Carbon Dioxide Beam Formation for Gas-Surface Interaction Studies in Upper Martian Atmosphere
Akimine Hatsuda, Kumiko Yokota, Masahito Tagawa
Kobe University, Japan
2015-r-55 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Synergistic Effect of Atomic Oxygen and Ar on Polyimide Erosion in Sub-Low Earth Orbit
Yuki Yamasaki, Kenta Ide, Kumiko Yokota, Masahito Tagawa
Kobe University, Japan
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[r-12] Charging simulation, Charging and arcing testing
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 18:00
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsMiyake Hiroaki (Tokyo City University, Japan)
 Haruka Ueno (JAXA, Japan)
2015-r-56 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
A Statistical Analysis of the Worst GEO Plasma Environment and Spacecraft Potential
Masao Nakamura, Mitsunobu Oda, Shinya Nakamura
Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
2015-r-57 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Measurement of Distribution of Electron Emission from Passive Electron-Emitting Film for Mitigation of Spacecraft Charging in Plasma
Yumiko Okada, Atomu Tanaka, Arifur Khan, Minoru Iwata, Kazuhiro Toyoda, Mengu Cho
Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-r-58 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Mechanical Property Change by Deuterium Lamp
Sho Ito, Minoru Iwata, Mengu Cho
The Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-r-59 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Charging and Discharging of Internal Electronics in LEO Nano-Satellites
S. Chen
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-r-60 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Modeling of Flashover Current on Solar Array
Anna Kawano
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-r-61 ( 17:40 - 18:00 )
Research on Relationship between Polyimide Film Thickness and Sustained Arc Mitigation on Solar Array
Yuuki Asari
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
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[r-13] Materials characterization, Charging simulation
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 505
ChairpersonsKazuhiro Toyoda (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
 Masao Nakamura (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)
2015-r-62 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Devised the Physical Model of the Secondary Electron Emission Yield Based on the Experiment
Hiroaki Taniguchi
Tokyo City University, Japan
2015-r-63 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Dependence of Internal Charge Accumulation Characteristic on Fluoride Material with and without Al Layer Irradiated by an Electron under Dc Stress
Takuma Mori
Tokyo City University, Japan
2015-r-64 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Measurement of Total Electron Emission Yield and Photo-Electron Emission Yield for Aged Space Materials
Kazutaka Kawasaki
Kyushu Institute of Technology, JAPAN
2015-r-65 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Spacecraft Potential Estimation in Worst Case Environment
Kazuhiro Toyoda
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
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[t-1] Value / Knowledge Creation and Thermal System
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 17:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsShusaku Yamaura (Keio University, Japan)
 Seiko Shirasaka (Keio University, Japan)
2015-t-01 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Discovering Knowledge of Voyage Pattern from AIS Trajectories
Po-Ruey Lei
ROC Naval Academy, Taiwan
2015-t-02 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
A Knowledge Management Framework by Modeling Knowledge Use Case Focusing on Systems Engineering Activities
Tran Manh Hung, Shunsaku Yamaura, Makoto Ioki, Seiko Shirasaka
Keio University, Japan
2015-t-03 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
D-Case Templates for Applying SQuaRE to Thermal Design Process of Microsatellite
Nguyen Huu Diep1, Shusaku Yamaura1, Makoto Ioki1, Seiko Shirasaka1, Shinichi Nakasuka2
1Keio University, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-t-08 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
A Method to Clarify Relation between Safety Information Described in Different Documents
Nasa Yoshioka, Seiko Shirasaka
Keio University, Japan
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[t-2] Systems Approach to management and ilities
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 9:00 – 10:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsMakoto Ioki (Keio University, Japan)
 Yohsuke Nambu (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)
2015-t-05 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Designing the International Framework for Active Debris Removal Operation
Akiko Otsuka1, Daisuke Tsujita2, Satomi Kawamoto2, Daisuke Goto2, Naohiko Kohtake1, Seiko Shirasaka1, Yoshiaki Ohkami1
1Keio University, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-t-06 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Risk Management Process Framework to Capture Project Contexts and Decision Making Strategies
Nguyen Dinh Chau Minh, Shusaku Yamaura, Makoto Ioki, Seiko Shirasaka
Keio University, Japan
2015-t-07 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Implementation and Evaluation of Reasonably Reliable Systems Engineering for Micro-Satellites through Hodoyoshi-3 and -4 Projects
Seiko Shirasaka1, Yoshihiro Tsuruda2, Shinichi Nakasuka2, Masayasu Matsui3, Ichiro Mase3
1Keio University, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3The Next generation Space system Technology Research Association, Japan
2015-t-09 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Crater Detection Method using Principle Component Analysis and Its Evaluation
Tatsuya Takino1, Izuru Nomura1, Junya Irie1, Shin Nagata1, Hiroyuki Kamata2, Keiki Takadama3, Seisuke Fukuda4, Shujiro Sawai4, Shin-ichiro Sakai4
1Graduate School of Science and Technology, Meiji University, Japan, 2School of Science and Technology, Meiji University, Japan, 3The University of Electro-Communications, Japan, 4ISAS, JAXA, Japan
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[t-3] Control and Dynamic System
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsMakoto Ioki (Keio University, Japan)
 Seiko Shirasaka (Keio University, Japan)
2015-t-10 ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Testing and Verification Process in the Development and Implementation of New Satellite Control System for THAICHOTE Satellite
Jayranon Plaidoung1, Unchyazinee Khowsuwan1, Saithip Limtrakul2
1Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA), Thailand., 2Khonkaen University, Thailand
2015-t-12 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
A Mars Positioning System using Sun Tracking and Outline Extraction Nature Satellite
Chiharu Niwa1, Kouji Nunomura1, Kentarou Suda1,2, Nobuto Hirakoso1
1Gunma National College of Technology, Japan, 2Yokohama National University, Japan
2015-t-13 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Space Disposal of Nuclear Waste : Examination of Earth-Moon L4/L5 Orbit Insertion
Hyungjin Kim, Chul Park
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
2015-t-14 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Adjusting SLIM Spacecraft Location Estimation to Crater Detection for High Precision and Computational Time Reduction
Kotaro Usui1, Tomohiro Harada1, Keiki Takadama1, Hiroyuki Kamata2, Seisuke Fukuda3, Shujiro Sawai3, Shinichiro Sakai3
1The University of Electro-Communications, Japan, 2Meiji University, Japan, 3Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
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[t-4] System Concept Development and SE Education
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonSeiko Shirasaka (Keio University, Japan)
2015-t-19 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Lessons Learned in Student CanSat Development Contest Envisioning Future Engineering Systems
Hiraku Sakamoto1, Yuya Nakamura2
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Axelspace Corporation, Japan
2015-t-16 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Systematization of Satellite Concept Design and the Supporting Tool
Shusaku Yamaura, Seiko Shirasaka, Makoto Ioki
Keio University, Japan
2015-t-17 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Study on Requirements Analysis and Management of Nano-Satellites with Open Modelbased Collaboration Tool
Yohsuke Nambu1, Masashi Miura2, Ryosuke Yoshizawa3, Toshishige Hagihara4, Shunsuke Kimura4, Akira Yumiyama4, Satoru Igarashi4
1Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, 2Tottori University, Japan, 3University of Tokyo, Japan, 4BALUS Developers, Japan
2015-t-18 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Experiences on Training Systems Engineers for Space Life Sciences Projects
Mohammad Ebrahimi
Iranian Space Research Center, IRAN
2015-t-15 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Concept Engineering Method Applying to Satellite System Design
Makoto Ioki, Seiko Shirasaka
Keio University, Japan
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[t-5] Communication and Power System
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 16:00 – 17:20
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 401
ChairpersonsShusaku Yamaura (Keio University, Japan)
 Yohsuke Nambu (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)
2015-t-20 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Methods and Results of Laser Communication Experiment aboard the ISS Russian Segment
Igor V. Sorokin1, Vladimir N. Grigoriev2, Oleg A. Ivlev2, Victor V. Sumerin2, Victor D. Shargorodsky2
1S.P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation "Energia", Russia, 2Science and Production Public Joint-Stock Company "Systems of Precision Instrument Making", Russia
2015-t-21 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Study on Beam Switched Telemetry Communication Antenna for Small-Scale Unmanned Supersonic Airplane
Shoichi Kitazawa1, Masazumi Ueba2
1ATR Wave Engineering Laboratories, Japan, 2Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-t-22 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Laser Communication between Micro Satellites and GEO Satellites
Do Phong, Shinichiro Haruyama
Keio University, Japan
2015-t-23 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Power Peak Curbing Switching Schedule in Multi-Agent System with Power Resource Constraint
Sho Ohtani1, Osamu Mori2, Yoji Shirasawa2, Jun’ichiro Kawaguchi2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
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[u-1] Space Education and Outreach for Students
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:00 – 12:30
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 404
ChairpersonsMisuzu Onuki (Space Frontier Foundation, Asia)
 Hironori Sahara (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
2015-u-01 ( 11:00 - 11:15 )
Space as Pedagogy for Cross-Curricular Teaching
Toshiaki Takemae1, Makito Yurita2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Shimane University, Japan
2015-u-02 ( 11:15 - 11:30 )
Consideration on How to Encourage and Penetrate Space Education into Elementary and Secondary Education
Kaori Sasaki
JAXA, Japan
2015-u-03 ( 11:30 - 11:45 )
The Outreach Activity about Space Development using Free Magazine
Ayano Kido1, Kohei Tanaka2, Shinichiro Kawaguchi3, Masahiro Kanasaki1
1Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, 2The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 3Kobe University, Japan
2015-u-04 ( 11:45 - 12:00 )
Application for an Engineering Design Education of Lunar/ Planetary Exploration
Kentarou Kitamura1, Sei-ichiro Miura1, Junichi Haruyama2
1Tokuyama College, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2015-u-05 ( 12:00 - 12:15 )
Key concepts of ITF-1 & ITF-2 toward Space Education and Outreach for the Benefit of All People
Atsushi Yasuda, Hiroki Kameda, Toshihiro Kameda
University of Tsukuba, Japan
2015-u-06 ( 12:15 - 12:30 )
Ten Years of the Tanegashima Rocket Contest for Development of Young Generation in Space Engineering
Shigeru Aso, Hiroshi Hirayama, Kazuhiko Morishita
Kyushu University, Japan
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[u-2] Space Tourism and Culture
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 404
ChairpersonsToshiaki Takemae (JAXA, Japan)
 Hiroaki Isobe (Kyoto University, Japan)
2015-u-07 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
SpaceShip2 Will Change Private Space Industry in Japan
Takahito Sakaue, Harufumi Tamazawa, Akito D. Kawamura, Fujio Nakano
Kyoto University, Japan
2015-u-08 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Reflections on the Public Understanding and Social Implementation of Space Flight
Roland Antonius Gabrielli1, Georg Herdrich1, René Laufer2
1Stuttgart University, Germany, 2Baylor University, USA
2015-u-09 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Fashion & Textile for Augmenting Human in Space
Takuya Nojima1, Miki Yamamura2, Junichi Kanebako2, Lisako Ishigami2, Hiroko Uchiyama2, Naoko Yamazaki2,3
1University of Electro-Communications, Japan, 2Joshibi University of Art and Design, Japan, 3Astronaut, Japan
2015-u-10 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Developing Zero Gravity Tourism in Reunion Island
Willy Lameyer, Guy Pignolet
Reunion Island Space Initiative, Reunion
2015-u-11 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Development and Technical Demonstration of the Tutorial that Take Advantage of the Result of "Hayabusa" Missions
Akihiko Ito1, Masanori Okada1, Hirohide Mabuchi1, Jun Miyamoto1, Tasuku Shimabukuro1, Mina Sakai1, Manabu Ide2, Tsuyoshi Fujimura2, Naoyuki Ohira3, Yukihisa Nakatake3, Mika Matsuo3, Mitsuhiro Tsuchiya4
1Space Engineering Development Co., Ltd., Japan, 2Kagoshima City Foundation for Education and Culture Promotion, Japan, 3Congress Corporation, Japan, 4JAXA, Japan
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[u-3] Capacity Building
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 16:00 – 17:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 404
ChairpersonsHiroshi Hirayama (Kyushu University, Japan)
 Rei Kawashima (UNISEC-Global, Japan)
2015-u-12 ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Introduction to UNISEC-Global – Background, Status-Quo and Future Perspectives –
Rei Kawashima
University Space Engineering Consortium (UNISEC), Japan
2015-u-13 ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Space Education at UNISEC-TR (UTEB) Universities
A. Rüstem Aslan1, Abdurrrahman Hacıoglu2, Mansur Celebi2, Emrah Kalemci3, Ömer Soykasap4
1Istanbul Technical University, Turkey, 2AirForce Academy, Turkey, 3Sabancı University, Turkey, 4AfyonKocatepe University, Turkey
2015-u-14 ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
UbatubaSat – A Roadmap from Public Brazilian Schools Towards Knowledge
Cândido O. de Moura1, Auro Tikami2, Walter A. Dos Santos2
1Escola Municipal Pres. Tancredo de Almeida Neves, Brazil, 2INPE, Brazil
2015-u-15 ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
Creating and Maintaining of a Workshop for Graduate Course in Engineering and Space Technology and its Usefulness to the Training of Future Researchers
Irineu dos Santos Yassuda1, Mônica Elizabeth Rocha de Oliveira2, Igor Mainenti Leal Lopes2, Marcelo Henrique Essado de Morais2, Suely Mitsuko Hirakawa Gondo2, Eloy Martins Oliveira Junior2, Christopher Shneider Cerqueira2, Maria do Carmo Nono2, Cândido O. de Moura3
1Federal Institute of Science, Education and Technology of Sao Paulo, IFSP, Brazil, 2National Institute for Space Research, INPE, Brazil, 3Escola Municipal Pres. Tancredo de Almeida Neves, Brazil
2015-u-16 ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Challenges for Space Activities in Angola
Zolana Rui Joao
Gabinete de Gestão do Programa Espacial Nacional (GGPEN) (Angolan National office for space affairs), Angola
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[v-1] International Law, Policy and Cooperation in Space Utilization (1)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 9:00 – 10:30
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 404
ChairpersonsMotoko Uchitomi (JAXA, Japan)
 Yasuaki Hashimoto (The National Institute for Defense Studies, Japan)
2015-v-01 ( 9:00 - 9:15 )
The Amended IAF Constitution: Keeping up with the Changing Space Community
Kosuke Kawashima1, Masami Onoda1, Lesley Jane Smith2
1Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan, 2Leuphana University Lüneburg, Law School, Germany
2015-v-02 ( 9:15 - 9:30 )
Classification of Countries Worldwide according to Satellite Activity Level
John Polansky, Mengu Cho
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-v-03 ( 9:30 - 9:45 )
Legal Issues in Preventing Harmful Interference to Satellite Communications
Yuri Takaya
Kobe University, Japan
2015-v-04 ( 9:45 - 10:00 )
Development of a Planetary Protection Laboratory for Mars Missions
T. Ozawa1, K. Fujita1, Y. Shimizu1, A. Yamagishi2, T. Satoh1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tokyo University of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, Japan
2015-v-05 ( 10:00 - 10:15 )
Space Policy and Investment in Japan
Misuzu Onuki
Space Frontier Foundation, Japan
2015-v-06 ( 10:15 - 10:30 )
Compliance with Current Space Debris Mitigation Regulations, Policies and Guidelines by Means of a Dedicated Decommissioning Device for Satellites and Launcher Stages
Stefano Antonetti, Lorenzo Ferrario, Luca Rossettini
D-Orbit Srl, Italy
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[v-2] International Law, Policy and Cooperation in Space Utilization (2)
Session DateJuly 7 (Tue) 11:00 – 12:15
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 404
ChairpersonsHiroshi Yoshida (Excalibur KK, Japan)
 Yasuaki Hashimoto (The National Institute for Defense Studies, Japan)
2015-v-08 ( 11:00 - 11:15 )
U.S.-Japan Cooperation for Space Security
Yuichiro Nagai
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-v-09 ( 11:15 - 11:30 )
International RSS Data Policy from the Perspectives of Privacy and Data Flow
Kanaho Imaoka
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-v-10 ( 11:30 - 11:45 )
On the Ability of Maneuverable Re-Entry Vehicle to Pursue Moving Target
Hao-Chi Chang1, Yen-Sen Chen1, Feng-Tai Hwang1, Tzu-Yun Su2
1National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, 2Tamkang University, Taiwan
2015-v-11 ( 11:45 - 12:00 )
Evolution of Technology Proliferation for High/Medium Resolution Remote Sensing Satellites and Export Control
Feng-Tai Hwang, Shih-Chieh Chou
National Space Organization (NSPO), Taiwan
2015-v-12 ( 12:00 - 12:15 )
The International Cooperation through Space Activities for More Stable Situation in Asian Region
Yasuaki Hashimoto
The National Institute for Defense Studies, Japan
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[w-1] Safety and Mission Assurance (1)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 503
ChairpersonsKoichi Suzuki (JAXA, Japan)
 Katsuhito Goto (JAMSS, JAPAN)
2015-w-08 ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
The Fatigue Damage Detection System Based on Wave Propagation Method
Adam Stawiarski, Aleksander Muc, Marek Barski
Cracow University of Technology, Poland
2015-w-02 ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
ESA/NASA/JAXA Trilateral Efforts for Mutual Recognition of S&MA Standards
Tetsuya Nakano1, Masami Mitsui1, Roberto Ciaschi2, Rafael Prades2, Frank Groen3
1JAXA, Japan, 2ESA-ESTEC, The Netherlands, 3NASA, USA
2015-w-03 ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Expansion of JAXA Software IV&V Techniques to Private Companies
Keita Sakemi, Nobuyuki Hoshino, Michihiro Matsumoto
Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation, Japan
2015-w-04 ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Approach to Elimination of Connector Failures by Using PSF Method
Kumi Shimada1, Tsuyoshi Nakagawa2, Kunio Aimono2, Hiroshi Nomoto1
1High-Reliability Engineering & Components Corporation, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-w-05 ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
The Importance of Temperature Control in the Ground Test of Ultraviolet Degradation
Kazuyuki Mori, Kazunori Shimazaki
JAXA, Japan
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[w-2] Safety and Mission Assurance (2)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 11:20 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 503
ChairpersonsRyoji Kobayashi (JAXA, Japan)
 Koichi Suzuki (JAXA, Japan)
2015-w-07 ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Safety Assessment for Small Secondary Payloads Launched by Japanese Launch Vehicle
Takashi Goto1, Masami Miki1, Koji Oga1, Kouki Saiga2, Teruhiko Tabuchi2
1Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation (JAMSS), Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-w-10 ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Containment of Toxic Material in ISS Experiments
Albertus Kondi Kusumo-Adi1,2,3
1ATG-Europe B.V, The Netherlands, 2ESA Payload Safety Review Panel, 3ESA Fracture Control Certification Panel
2015-w-09 ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Development of Eddy Current Inspection for the Metal Joining by Friction Stir Welding
Naoki SATO1, Takafumi NAKAHARA1, Shigeyuki MATSUBARA2, Kyohei YOSHIKAWA2
1JAXA, Japan, 2NON-DESTRUCTIVE INSPECTION CO., LTD., Japan
2015-w-01 ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Risk Assessment based on Resilinece Engineering for Adaptive GNC System
Hideki Nomoto1, Satoshi Ueda2
1Japan Manned Space Systems (JAMSS), Japan, 2Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
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[w-3] Safety and Mission Assurance (3)
Session DateJuly 10 (Fri) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 503
ChairpersonsSatoshi Kikuchi (HIREC, Japan)
 Ryoji Kobayashi (JAXA, Japan)
2015-w-11 ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Fabrication and Characterization of QCM Array Sensor for Evaluation of Contamination In-Plane Distribution
Yuta Tsuchiya, Osamu Uchida, Ichiro Kato, Yuka Miura, Eiji Miyazaki, Koichi Suzuki
JAXA, Japan
2015-w-12 ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Development of Space-Qualified Photocurable Silsesquioxane-Coated Polyimide Films
Yugo Kimoto1, Junichiro Ishizawa1, Koichi Suzuki1, Takeshi Fujita2, Naomasa Furuta2, Akinori Kitamura2, Hiroshi Suzuki2
1JAXA, Japan, 2Toagosei Co., Ltd., Japan
2015-w-13 ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Promotion of Mutual Use of Space Qualified Parts in Japan and Europe -Evaluation of European Relay in Japan-
Naomi Ikeda1, Tadahiro Machida2, Tatsuya Nakano2, Shuji Yamamoto2, Norio Nemoto1, Koichi Suzuki1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Mitsubishi Precision Co., Ltd., Japan
2015-w-14 ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Evaluation of Radiation Hardened Logic Circuit Elements to Realize Nanometer-Scale CMOS LSIs for Space Applications
Keita Sakamoto, Akifumi Maru, Tsukasa Ebihara, Hiroyuki Shindou, Satoshi Kuboyama, Koichi Suzuki
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
2015-w-15 ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Study on High-Density Surface Mount Technology in JAXA
Noriko Yamada, Toshiyuki Yamada, Koichi Shinozaki
JAXA, Japan
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Finalist Student Session
[s-1] Finalist Student Session (1)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 9:00 – 10:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 404
ChairpersonsMakoto Matsui (Shizuoka University, Japan)
 Tony Schoenherr (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
2015-s-01-a ( 9:00 - 9:20 )
Spray and Flame Structures in Ethanol/Liquid Oxygen Rocket Engine with a Planar Pintle Injector
Kazuki Sakaki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-s-02-b ( 9:20 - 9:40 )
Reduction of the Guard Erosion in a 2 Kw Anode Layer Hall Thruster
Yuya Hirano
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-s-03-b ( 9:40 - 10:00 )
Numerical Simulation of a Freestream MHD Generator System using the MHD Equations
Robin L. Karlsson
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-s-04-b ( 10:00 - 10:20 )
Measurement of Aluminum Erosion Rate by Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy
Atsushi Yamaguchi
Kyushu University, Japan
2015-s-05-c ( 10:20 - 10:40 )
Fundamental Research of Shape Control of CFRP Reflector
Shun Tanaka
Nagoya University, Japan
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[s-2] Finalist Student Session (2)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 11:00 – 12:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 404
ChairpersonsYasuyuki Miyazaki (Nihon University, Japan)
 Kota Fukuda (Tokai University, Japan)
2015-s-06-d ( 11:00 - 11:20 )
Nonholonomic Behaviour of Biased-Momentum Asymmetric Spacecraft in Sun-Tracking Motion Using Solar Radiation Pressure
Kosuke Akatsuka
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-s-07-d ( 11:20 - 11:40 )
Stabilization Strategy of Delta-V Assisted Periodic Orbits around Asteroids Based on an Augmented Monodromy Matrix
Shota Kikuchi
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-s-08-e ( 11:40 - 12:00 )
Numerical and Experimental Investigation on Interaction between Flow around a Hypersonic Body and Supersonic Jet from its Tail
Mohammad Samara
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-s-09-f ( 12:00 - 12:20 )
Development of Reaction Wheels for Cubesats Using a Solid Lubricant Bearing
Shinya Fujita
Tohoku University, Japan
2015-s-10-f ( 12:20 - 12:40 )
Optimal Asteroid Fly-by Trajectory Guidance Strategy using Optical Navigation Considering Trade-Off between Risk and Fuel Consumption
Shintaro Nakajima
The University of Tokyo, Japan
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[s-3] Finalist Student Session (3)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 14:00 – 15:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 404
ChairpersonsHajime Fukuchi (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
 Hiroshi Hirayama (Kyushu University, Japan)
2015-s-11-g ( 14:00 - 14:20 )
Conceptual Study on Vertical Take-Off and Landing TSTO
Akihisa Takeda
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-s-12-j ( 14:20 - 14:40 )
Analysis of Rainfall Spatial Correlation Characteristics for Rain Attenuation Mitigation Using Radar Data
Yushi Inose
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2015-s-13-k ( 14:40 - 15:00 )
Development of a High Sensitive Gas Measuring Instrument for Martian Methane Measurement
Yusuke Kindaichi
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-s-14-p ( 15:00 - 15:20 )
Comparison How Different Azuki Bean Experiments Results between on Ground and in Space, Cooperate with SSAF2013
Tanapoom Jamphon
Panyarat High School, Thailand, NSTDA, Thailand, JAXA, Japan
2015-s-15-q ( 15:20 - 15:40 )
Development of an Electrical Generating System by Tether for Debris Removal
Shiro Yasunaga
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
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[s-4] Finalist Student Session (4)
Session DateJuly 9 (Thurs) 16:00 – 17:40
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Meeting Room 404
ChairpersonsShinichi Kimura (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
 Hironori Sahara (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)
2015-s-16-r ( 16:00 - 16:20 )
Meteoroid Environment on the Transfer Trajectories to Mars
Dusan Marceta
University of Belgrade, Serbia
2015-s-17-r ( 16:20 - 16:40 )
Proposal of Photoelectron Emission Physical Model in Spacecraft Insulating Material
Kenji Yabe
Tokyo City University, Japan
2015-s-18-t ( 16:40 - 17:00 )
Design of a Communications, Command and Data Handling System (CCDH) for Remote Sensing Microsatellite
Miguel Ángel Alvarado Zaragoza
National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
2015-s-19-u ( 17:00 - 17:20 )
National Awareness Creation and Education on Space Science through the Senior High Schools by the Use of Cansat
Manfred Quarshie
Regent University College of Science and Technology, Ghana
2015-s-20-w ( 17:20 - 17:40 )
Experimental Study on Heat Release Performance of Chemical Igniter Used in NASA-STD-6001 B/ISO/TS16697
Yuya Sugamura
Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
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Technical Session Poster
Poster Session
Session DateJuly 8 (Wed) 13:00 – 14:50
RoomKobe International Conference Center, Exhibition Hall
Chairpersons  
   
IEPC-2015-422p/ISTS-2015-b-422p
Design and Monte Carlo Simulation of a Vacuum Air-Intake Device Applied to Air-Breathing Electric Thruster
Yanwu Li, Danming Li, Junshang
Lanzhou Institute of Space Technology and Physics, China
IEPC-2015-423p/ISTS-2015-b-423p
Effect of Background Magnetic Field on Ionization in Hall Thruster
Yue Liu, Jing-Yu Liang, Shi-Qiao Du, Shu-Yi Huang, Fa-Zhi Yang, Zi-Geng Huang, Ying Wang, Zhao-Shuai Ma
Dalian University of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-424p/ISTS-2015-b-424p
Development of LIPS-300 Ion Thruster
Liang Wang, Tianping Zhang, Haocheng Jiang
Lanzhou Institute of Physics, China
IEPC-2015-425p/ISTS-2015-b-425p
Vacuum Arc Thruster Development and Testing for Nano Satellites
Kateryna Aheieva
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-426p/ISTS-2015-b-426p
Exploring the Accuracy and Reliability of Plasma Fluid Models for Electric Thruster Applications
Thomas Underwood
Stanford University, USA
IEPC-2015-427p/ISTS-2015-b-427p
Multiply Charged Ions Depending on Magnetic Field Configuration in Hall Thruster Plasmas
Holak Kim1, Youbong Lim1, Jongho Seon2, Wonho Choe1
1Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea, 2Kyung Hee University, Korea
IEPC-2015-428p/ISTS-2015-b-428p
Influence of Illuminating Angle on Impulse Characteristics with Pulsed Laser Ablation
Hisashi Tsuruta, Bin Wang, Zhongyuan Wang, Akihiro Sasoh
Nagoya University, Japan
IEPC-2015-429p/ISTS-2015-b-429p
Design and Development of LIPS-100 Ion thruster for Drag-Free Flying Spacecraft
Yang Fuquan, Xi Zhujun, Yangwei, Zheng Maofan, Jiang Haocheng
Lanzhou Institute of Physics, China
IEPC-2015-430p/ISTS-2015-b-430p
New Power System Architecture for Solar All-Electric Propulsion Spacecraft
Fu Ming1, Zhang Donglai2, Li Tiecai1
1Shenzhen Academy of Aerospace Technology, China, 2Harbin Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-431p/ISTS-2015-b-431p
Ion Flows and Beam Instabilities in Hall Thrusters and Related Devices
A. Koshkarov
University of Saskatchewan, Canada
IEPC-2015-432p/ISTS-2015-b-432p
The Effects of Magnetic Field in Plume Region on the Performance of Multi-Cusped Field Thruster
Hu Peng, Liu Hui, Yu Daren, Gao Yuanyuan, Ma Chengyu
Harbin Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-433p/ISTS-2015-b-433p
Effect of the Variable Cross-Section Channel on Performance of a Cusped Field Thruster
Hui Liu, Pengbo Chen, Daren Yu
Harbin Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-434p/ISTS-2015-b-434p
Experimental Characterization of a Pulsed Plasma Deflagration Thruster with Advanced Power Processing Unit
Keith Loebner1, Andrea Lucca Fabris1, Luke Raymond2, Wei Liang2, James Szabo3, Juan Rivas-Davila2, Mark Cappelli1
1Stanford, Mechanical Engineering, USA, 2Stanford, Electrical Engineering, USA, 3Busek Co., Inc., USA
IEPC-2015-435p/ISTS-2015-b-435p
Particle-In-Cell Simulations for the Effect of Magnetic Shield and Channel Length on Cylindrical Hall Thruster
Gao Yuanyuan, Liu Hui, Yu Daren, Huang Hongyan
Harbin Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-436p/ISTS-2015-b-436p
Investigation of Discharge Characteristics of Three Different Hollow Cathodes
Jenny Robledo Asencio, Gilberto Marrega Sandonato, Rodrigo Intini Marques, José Américo, Neves Gonçalves, Ricardo Toshiyuki Irita
The Brazilian National Institute for Space Research - INPE, Brazil
IEPC-2015-437p/ISTS-2015-b-437p
Time-Synchronized Laser Induced Fluorescence Measurement of Xenon Ion and Neutral Dynamics in a 350 W Hall Thruster
Christopher V. Young, Andrea Lucca Fabris, Mark A. Cappelli
Stanford Plasma Physics Laboratory, USA
IEPC-2015-438p/ISTS-2015-b-438p
Comparison of Hall Thruster Ion Dynamics between Laser Induced Fluorescence Measurements and a 2-D Hybrid Simulation
Christopher V. Young1, Eunsun Cha1, Eduardo Fernandez2, Mark A. Cappelli1
1Stanford Plasma Physics Laboratory, USA, 2Eckerd College, USA
IEPC-2015-439p/ISTS-2015-b-439p
Two-Stage-To-Orbit Transportation System Combining Microwave Rocket and Microwave Thermal Rocket for Small Satellite Launch
Kaoru Kakinuma1, Masafumi Fukinari1, Toshikazu Yamaguchi1, Kimiya Komurasaki1, Kevin Parkin2, Tony Schönherr1, Hiroyuki Koizumi1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2NASA, USA
IEPC-2015-440p/ISTS-2015-b-440p
Experiment of Parallel Field Emission Cathode Operation Preparing for On-Orbit Demonstration of Electrodynamic Tether
Shin Imoto
Shizuoka University, Japan
IEPC-2015-441p/ISTS-2015-b-441p
Particle-In-Cell Simulation of a Magnetized Plasma Discharge
Andrea Lucca Fabris1, Marco Manente2, Giacomo Gallina2, Christopher V. Young1, Daniele Pavarin2, Mark. A. Cappelli1
1Stanford University, USA, 2University of Padova, Italy
IEPC-2015-442p/ISTS-2015-b-442p
Experimental Setup for the Development of a Traveling Magnetic Field Plasma Accelerator
Simone Feraboli, Andrea Lucca Fabris, Luke C. Raymond, Wei Liang, Juan M. Rivas, Mark A. Cappelli
Stanford University, USA
IEPC-2015-443p/ISTS-2015-b-443p
Fundamental Experiment of Rf-Inductive-Acceleration in Low Aspect Ratio Helicon Plasma Using the Cusp Magnetic Field
Kazuya Yaginuma
The University of Tokyo, Japan
IEPC-2015-444p/ISTS-2015-b-444p
Simulation of Temperature Deformation of Ion Thruster Electrodes
Vladimir Fedorov, Vladimir Obukhov, Andrey Mogulkin
Research Institute of Applied Mechanics and Electrodynamics of the Moscow Aviation Institute, Russia
IEPC-2015-445p/ISTS-2015-b-445p
Erosion in Permanent Magnet Hall Thrusters: an Investigation via Mass Spectrometry
Gabriela Possa, Luiz Fernando Roncaratti, Jose Leonardo Ferreira
University of Brasilia, Brazil
IEPC-2015-446p/ISTS-2015-b-446p
Development of a Tapered-Tube Millimeter-Wave Receiver for Distant Wireless Power Transfer in Microwave Rocket System
Masafumi Fukunari, Nat Wongsuryrat, Toshikazu Yamaguchi, Yusuke Nakamura, Kaoru Kakinuma, Hiroyuki Koizumi, Kimiya Komurasaki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
IEPC-2015-447p/ISTS-2015-b-447p
Simulation of Heat Transfer Processes in Radio Frequency Ion Thruster
Vartan Abgaryan1, Kirill Kruglov1, Horst Loeb2, Vladimir Obukhov1
1Research Institute of Applied Mechanics and Electrodynamics of the Moscow Aviation Institute, Russia, 2Justig-Liebig-Universität, Germany
IEPC-2015-448p/ISTS-2015-b-448p
The Assessment of Interactions between Spacecraft and All Electric Propulsion Systems
Luo Xiaoming, Liu Hui, Yu Daren
Harbin Institute of Technology, China
IEPC-2015-449p/ISTS-2015-b-449p
Single-String Integration Test of the LHT-100 Hall Thruster
Meng Wang, Xing-kun Li, Jun Gao, Kai Liang, Zuo Gu
Lanzhou Institute of Physics, China
IEPC-2015-450p/ISTS-2015-b-450p
Integral Diagnostics Method Characterizing Gas Discharge Unit of an RF Inductive Ion Thruster
Valentin Riaby, Vladimir Obukhov, Pavel Masherov, Andrey Mogulkin, Victor Balashov
Research Institute of Applied Mechanics and Electrodynamics of the Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Russia
IEPC-2015-451p/ISTS-2015-b-451p
The Isolation Characteristic Test of a Propellant Isolator in Different Conditions
Wang Meng, Yu Wen-xi, Sun Yun-kui, Liang Kai
Space Electric Propulsion Laboratory, Lanzhou Institute of Physics, China
IEPC-2015-452p/ISTS-2015-b-452p
Development of J×B Arc Discharge Thruster Using Metal and Gas Propellants for Future Space Transporters
Yoshitaka Hisanaga, Tetsu Mieno
Shizuoka University, Japan
IEPC-2015-453p/ISTS-2015-b-453p
Investigation of Ion Beam Extraction Mechanism for Higher Thrust Density of Ion Thrusters
Kenta Hiramoto
Yokohama National University, Japan
IEPC-2015-454p/ISTS-2015-b-454p
Numerical Simulation of ECR Plasma in Air Breathing Ion Engine (ABIE): Neutral Gas Density Distribution and ECR Plasma Formation
Tsubasa Yasukochi, Hideyuki Usui, Yohei Miyake, Shinichiro Kawaguchi, Masato Fukuda, Kumiko Yokota, Masahito Tagawa
Kobe University, Japan
IEPC-2015-455p/ISTS-2015-b-455p
Thermal Analysis of Lanthanum Hexaboride Hollow Cathode with Radiative Carbon Heater
Yuya Oshio1, Kenichi Kubota1, Hiroki Watanabe2, Yasushi Ohkawa1, Shinatora Cho1, Ikkoh Funaki1
1JAXA, Japan, 2Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
IEPC-2015-456p/ISTS-2015-b-456p
Effects of Electrode Properties of a Short Pulse Laser-Assisted Pulsed Plasma Thruster
Haruna Hasegawa, Kouta Matsubara, Hiroshi Hosokawa, Nao Akashi, Hideyuki Horisawa
Tokai University, Japan
IEPC-2015-457p/ISTS-2015-b-457p
Influence of Azimuthal Plasma Heterogeneity to the Electron Transportation in Hall Thruster
Sergey Oghienko, Volodimir Bilokin
National Airspace University, Ukraine
IEPC-2015-458p/ISTS-2015-b-458p
Anomalous Electron Transportation in Hall Thruster
Sergey Oghienko
National Airspace University, Ukraine
IEPC-2015-459p/ISTS-2015-b-459p
Thrust Performance in a 5 kW Class Anode Layer Type Hall Thruster
Naoji Yamamoto1, Kohei Takase1, Akira kakami2, Yuya Hirano3, Kimiya Komurasaki3, Ryudo Tsukizaki4, Satoshi Hosoda4, Hitoshi Kuninaka4, Shigeru Yokota5
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2Miyazaki University, Japan, 3The University of Tokyo, Japan, 4JAXA, Japan, 5University of Tsukuba, Japan
IEPC-2015-460p/ISTS-2015-b-460p
Ground Experiment for the Small Unified Propulsion System: I-COUPS Installed on the Small Space Probe: PROCYON
Hiroki Kawahara
The University of Tokyo, Japan
IEPC-2015-461p/ISTS-2015-b-461p
Thrust Measurement of Magneto Plasma Sail with a Magnetic Nozzle by using Thermal Plasma Injection
Tatsumasa Hagiwara1, Yoshihiro Kajimura1, Yuya Oshio2, Ikkoh Funaki2
1National Institute of Technology Akashi, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
IEPC-2015-462p/ISTS-2015-b-462p
Thrust Evaluation of Magneto Plasma Sail Injecting Thermal Plasma by using 3D Hybrid PIC Code
Ryu Yamashita1, Yoshihiro Kajimura1, Tatsumasa Hagiwara1, Ikkoh Funaki2, Hiroshi Yamakawa3
1National Institute of Technology Akashi, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3Kyoto University, Japan
IEPC-2015-463p/ISTS-2015-b-463p
3D PIC simulation for the Development of Air Breathing Ion Engine
Shinichiro Kawaguchi, Hideyuki Usui, Yohei Miyake, Tubasa Yasukochi, Masato Fukuda, Kumiko Yokota, Masahito Tagawa
Kobe University, Japan
IEPC-2015-464p/ISTS-2015-b-464p
The Effect of Laser Intensity on LSD Wave Propagation Velocity and Its Application to Laser Propulsion System
Kohei Matsui1, Joseph A. Ofosu1, Kohei Shimamura2, Kimiya Komurasaki1, Hiroyuki Koizumi1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2University of Tsukuba, Japan
IEPC-2015-465p/ISTS-2015-b-465p
Optimizing a Magnetic Field Strength of a Magnetic Thrust Chamber
Naoya Saito1, Ryosuke Kawashima1, Taichi Morita1, Naoji Yamamoto1, Hideki Nakashima1, Shinsuke Fujioka2, Akifumi Yogo2, Hiroaki Nishimura2, Atsushi Sunahara3, Yoshitaka Mori4, Tomoyuki Johzaki5
1Kyushu University, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan, 3Institute for Laser Technology, Japan, 4The Graduate School for the Creation of New Photonics Industries, Japan, 5Hiroshima University, Japan
IEPC-2015-466p/ISTS-2015-b-466p
Extraction of Explosive Characteristics from Stable Materials Irradiated by Low-Power Laser Diodes
Shoko Shibagaki, Kai Wada, Yoshiki Fukuda, Keisuke Kondo, Hideyuki Horisawa
Tokai University, Japan
IEPC-2015-467p/ISTS-2015-b-467p
Numerical Analysis of Shock Wave Supported by Microwave Discharge in Microwave-Beaming Propulsion
Yoshiaki Kageyama, Masayuki Takahashi, Naofumi Ohnishi
Tohoku University, Japan
IEPC-2015-468p/ISTS-2015-b-468p
Nonlinear Ion Acceleration in Hall Thruster Plasmas with Transit-Time Instability
Youbong Lim1, Holak Kim1, Jae Sun Park1, Jongho Seon2, Wonho Choe1
1Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea, 2Kyung Hee University, Korea
IEPC-2015-469p/ISTS-2015-b-469p
Experimental Investigation and Fabrication of Microwave Induced Electromagnetic Thruster for Deep Space Applications
Rohan M Ganapathy, Anand S, Saagar M, Vivek M, Thiyagarajan P
Hindusthan College of Engineering & Technology, INDIA.
IEPC-2015-470p/ISTS-2015-b-470p
Optimization of Plasma Production with Impedance Analysis for a Micro RF Ion Thruster
Kaito Nakagawa
Yokohama National University, Japan
IEPC-2015-471p/ISTS-2015-b-471p
Development of the Thrust Stand of High-Power Electric Propulsion using a Tuning Fork Electronic Balance
Takahiro Sudo
The University of Shizuoka, Japan
IEPC-2015-472p/ISTS-2015-b-472p
Ignition Characteristics of 15 kW Arcjet with Hollow Cathodes
Koki Yoshida
The University of Tokyo, Japan
IEPC-2015-473p/ISTS-2015-b-473p
Azimuthal Distribution of Neutral and Electron Densities Reconstructed from Optical Emission Images of Hall Thruster Plasma
Youbong Lim1, Holak Kim1, Jae Sun Park1, Jongho Seon2, Kazuma Matsumoto3, Hirokazu Tahara3, Wonho Choe1
1Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea, 2Kyung Hee University, Korea, 3Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-474p/ISTS-2015-b-474p
Particle Simulation of Electrodeless Plasma Thruster with Rotating Electric Field
Dai Uchigasaki, Naofumi Ohnishi
Tohoku University, Japan
IEPC-2015-475p/ISTS-2015-b-475p
Magnetic Field Distributions of a Laser Assisted Pulsed Plasma Thruster
Kentaro Kato, Nao Akashi, Hiroto Moriya, Yuji Oigawa, Hiroshi Hosokawa, Hideyuki Horisawa
Tokai University, Japan
IEPC-2015-476p/ISTS-2015-b-476p
Multiply Charged Ions and the Performance Characteristics of Annular and Cylindrical Hall Thruster Plasmas
Holak Kim1, Youbong Lim1, Jongho Seon2, Wonho Choe1
1Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea, 2Kyung Hee University, Korea
IEPC-2015-477p/ISTS-2015-b-477p
Nanosecond Laser-Target Interaction for High Speed Plasma Emission
Ryosuke Koyama1, Nao Akashi1, Shigeru Yamaguchi1, Ikkoh Funaki2, Hideyuki Horisawa1
1Tokai University, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan
IEPC-2015-478p/ISTS-2015-b-478p
Time-Independent Fully Kinetic Particle-In-Cell for Plasma-Magnetic Field Interactions
Toshihiro Matsuguma
The University of Tokyo, Japan
IEPC-2015-479p/ISTS-2015-b-479p
Numerical Simulation of the Hollow Catode
Jie Feng, Yanhui Jia, Shangmin Wang, Tianping Zhang
Lanzhou Institute of Physics, China
IEPC-2015-480p/ISTS-2015-b-480p
Development of 5cm Size Microwave Discharge Ion Thruster with Variable Magnetic Field
Yoshiyuki Takao, Koichi Hashimoto
Nishinippon Institute of Technology, Japan
IEPC-2015-481p/ISTS-2015-b-481p
Endurance Test of the PTFE-Sheet-Fed Pulsed Plasma Thruster
Tetsushi Yoshikawa
Yokohama National University, Japan
IEPC-2015-482p/ISTS-2015-b-482p
High-Temperature Generation of a Diode-Laser Coupled Fiber-Tip Heat Source
Kai Wada, Shoko Shibagaki, Yoshiki Fukuda, Keisuke Kondo, Hideyuki Horisawa
Tokai University, Japan
IEPC-2015-483p/ISTS-2015-b-483p
Experimental Method for the Investigation and Optimisation of Ion Optic System Parameters
Maria Smirnova1, Kristof Holste2, Stefan Schippers2, Alfred Müller2, Sergey Khartov1, Davar Feili3
1Moscow Aviation Institute National Research University (MAI), Russia, 2Justus-Liebig-University, Germany, 3University of Southampton, UK
IEPC-2015-484p/ISTS-2015-b-484p
Structural Analysis of Grids Assembly for LIPS-200 Ion Thruster
Sun Ming-ming, Liu Yong-ming, Wang Liang
Lanzhou Institute of Physics, China
IEPC-2015-485p/ISTS-2015-b-485p
A Study of Miniaturization of Traveling Wave Direct Energy Converter for Loading on a Spacecraft
Hiromasa Takeno1, Yusuke Togo1, Tomohiro Katsura1, Yasuyoshi Yasaka1, Kazuya Ichimura2, Yousuke Nakashima2
1Kobe University, Japan, 2University of Tsukuba, Japan
IEPC-2015-486p/ISTS-2015-b-486p
Influence of Doubly-Ionized Xenon on the Lifetime of Microwave Discharge Cathode
Yoshitaka Tani
University of Tokyo, Japan
IEPC-2015-487p/ISTS-2015-b-487p
Plasma Property Measurement in a Microwave Discharge using Laser Tomson Scattering Technique
Kazuhiko Nakano
Kyushu University, Japan
IEPC-2015-488p/ISTS-2015-b-488p
EMC Test Facility for Electric Thruster Characterisation
F. Scortecci, G. Meniconi, E. Bonelli, L. Sestini
Aerospazio Tecnologie s.r.l., Italy
IEPC-2015-489p/ISTS-2015-b-489p
Experimental Investigation of the Hollow Cathode Electromagnetic Radiation
Andrey Plokhih, Nikolay Vazhenin, Vladimir Kim, Sergey Baranov
RIAME MAI, Russia
IEPC-2015-490p/ISTS-2015-b-490p
Testing to Investigate Stress-Lifetime Characteristics of High Voltage Printed Circuit Boards
Oliver El Korashy, Andreas Franke, Mathias Gollor
European Space Agency, ESTEC, Netherlands
2015-d-75p
The Sparse High Resolution ISAR Imaging Technique via Compressive Sensing Theory
Chen Anhong1,2, Yu Ying2, Tang Guojian1
1National University of Defense Technology, China, 2Science and Technology on Space Physics Laboratory, China
2015-d-76p
A Dynamical Study of Distant Retrograde Orbits in Moons and Double Asteroids of the Solar System
Antonio F B A Prado
National Institute for Space Research (INPE), Brazil
2015-d-77p
Development of an Attitude Control System for UCLSat Based on Magnetic Field and Solar Inputs
Andrew James May1,2, Colin Forsyth1, Dhiren Kataria1
1University College London, UK, 2University of Manchester, UK
2015-e-70p
High Sensitive Laser Absorption Spectroscopy for Number Density Measurement of Atomic Oxygen in Atmospheric Pressure Plasma
Makoto Matsui, Ryo Morita
Shizuoka University, Japan
2015-e-71p
Open Cavity Flow Control using Simultaneous Jets
N. Al Haddabi, K. Kontis, H. Zare-Behtash
University of Glasgow, UK
2015-e-72p
Shock Wave Modulation Due to the Discharged Plasma
Naoki Aoyama1, Masanari Yamasaki1, Keita Suzuki1, Atsushi Matsuda1, Akihiro Sasoh2
1Meijo University, Japan, 2Nagoya University, Japan
2015-e-73p
Repeated Arc Heated Supersonic Test of SiC
Kazutaka Kitagawa1, Shungo Sato1, Takeharu Sakai2, Makoto Takagi1, Yusuke Takahashi3
1Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Nagoya University, Japan, 3Hokkaido University, Japan
2015-f-79p
R&D and Operation of Japanese Special CanSat "BENTO" with the Best CanSat Award at French CanSat Competition (C’Space 2014)
Takuya Hasegawa1, Naoji Tsutsui1, Shotaro Yamanaka1, Hirokazu Tahara1, OIT PROITERES Team1, Space Club of Kansai2
1Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Space Club of Kansai, Japan
2015-f-80p
Development of the Small Sensor Probe for the Multiple Point Observation System for Space Plasma
Takahiro Zushi1, Hirotsugu Kojima1, Keisuke Onishi1, Mitsunori Ozaki2, Satoshi Yagitani2, Hiroshi Yamakawa1
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Kanazawa University, Japan
2015-f-82p
Structural Design of 3D Printed Spacecraft - ARTSAT2: DESPATCH
Kyohei Sawada1, Meikan Chin1, Naoto Usami1, Motoki Kimura1, Akihiro Kubota2
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Tama Art University, Japan
2015-f-83p
Plasma Source for Laboratory LEO Plasma Simulations
H. K. Fang1, K. -I Oyama1,2, C. Z. Cheng1
1National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, 2Kyushu University, Japan
2015-f-84p
Design and Development of a Nano-Satellite for an In-Orbit Demonstration of Solid-Propelled Satellite Decommissioning Device
Lorenzo Ferrario, Stefano Antonetti, Matteo Trotti, Angelo Dainotto, Alessio Fanfani
D-Orbit Srl, Italy
2015-f-85p
Development of STARS-C; CubeSAT for Tether Deployment Mission
Yu Momonoi, Hirotaka Namba, Masanori Aiga, Masato Ishikawa, Hideyuki Matuo, Takeru Kumao, Yoshiki Yamagiwa, Masahiro Nohmi
The University of Shizuoka, Japan
2015-f-86p
Construction of the Electric Power Network System in Microsatellites
Takahiro Kuromoto, Hironori Sahara
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
2015-f-87p
Particle Simulation of Interactions between Plasma and Magnetic Field Surrounding Nanosatellite Magnetic Torquers
Rei Kawashima, Takaya Inamori, Toshihiro Matsuguma
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-f-88p
On-Orbit Evaluations of the Three Axis Stabilization Performances of Standard Micro-Satellite Buses
Kikuko Miyata1, Shinichi Nakasuka2
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-f-89p
Field Tests of 348 Mbps High Speed Downlink System for 50-kg Class Satellite
Tomoya Fukami1, Hiromi Watanabe1, Hirobumi Saito2, Atsushi Tomiki2, Takahide Mizuno2, Naohiko Iwakiri3, Osamu Shigeta4, Hitoshi Nunomura4, Kaname Kojima5, Takahiro Shinke5, Koichi Kawamoto6
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan, 3NICT, Japan, 4AI Electronics Ltd., Japan, 5Addnics Corporation, Japan, 6Kawamoto Corporation, Japan
2015-f-90p
Low-Cost Intelligent Parallel Image Acquisition System for Small Satellite
Tomohiro Narumi1, Yoshihide Aoyanagi2, Shinich Kimura1
1Tokyo University of Science, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-f-91p
Electronic Power System Sub Module Prototype for UGMSat-1 Nano Satellite
Agfianto Eko Putra, Triawan Nugroho, Bakhtiar Aldino Ardi Sumbada
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
2015-f-92p
The Research of MEMS Solid Micro-thruster Array Technology for Nanosatellites
Xuhui Liu, Yanming Wei, Yan Shen, Lingzhi Yang
Beijing Institute of Control Engineering, China
2015-f-93p
Development of Store and Forward System on Micro-Satellite : Hodoyoshi3&4
Takeshi Matsumoto1, Masayasu Matsui2, Shinichi Nakasuka1, Koji Yamaguchi2, Yuzo Shibayama1, Tomoya Fukami1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2NESTRA, Japan
2015-f-94p
Development and Performance Verification of Ground Testing Device for Attitude Control of Micro Satellite
Hiroshi Hirayama, Abdouallah Ramil, Shigeru Aso, Yasuhiro Tani
Kyushu University, Japan
2015-f-95p
Understanding the Problem for a Systems Engineering of a TT&C Subsystem for a CubeSat
Gabriel Coronel, Geilson Loureiro, Hernán Zambrano, Priscila Barros
INPE, Brazil
2015-f-96p
Development and Preliminary Validation of a Network of Meteorological Stations for Climate Monitoring and Early Warning of Natural Disasters with Future Interconnectivity to Mexican Nanosatellites
Ernesto Norberto Álvarez González1, Rey David de la Cruz Rosas1, Oscar Martin Tirado Ochoa1, Guillermo Alejandro Chávez Sánchez1, Saúl Zavala Ortiz1, Benito Orozco Serna2, Esaú Vicente-Vivas3, y Margarita Cervantes-Trujano1
1Instituto Tecnológico de Ensenada, TNM, México, 2Agencia Espacial Mexicana; México, 3Instituto de Ingeniería, UNAM, México
2015-f-97p
An Optimised Orbit Design and Determination for a Small Island Such as Sri Lanka for a Remote Sensing Nano Satellite Mission
Lavanan Vengadasalam, Buddika Sampath Marasinghe, Chandima Subasinghe
Arthur C Clarke Institute for Modern Technologies (ACCIMT), Sri Lanka
2015-f-98p
High Resolution Earth Observation Camera for Small Satellite
Nozomi Shiraishi, Kotomi Shoji, Hayato Izumi, Nagahisa Moriyama, Tomoaki Koga, Shinichi Kimura
Tokyo University of Science, Japan
2015-f-100p
Reliability Growth in Functional Testing of Onboard Computer Subsystem of a Lean Satellite
Koyo Taniwaki, Takahiro Tomioka, Pauline Faure, Mengu Cho
Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
2015-f-101p
Structural Design of De-Orbit Mechanism Demonstration Cubesat FREEDOM
Toshiyuki Mogi1, Toshinori Kuwahara1, Hiroki Uto2
1Tohoku University, Japan, 2Nakashimada Engineering Works, Ltd., Japan
2015-f-102p
Flight Result of the Attitude Determination using Small Satellite On-board CMOS Camera Images
Chisato Sekigawa, Yuta Nakajima, Koichi Inoue
JAXA, Japan
2015-f-103p
Lyman Alpha Imaging Camera (LAICA)
Shingo Kameda1, Masaki Sato1, Shota Ikezawa1, Masaki Kuwabara2, Ichiro Yoshikawa2, Makoto Taguchi1, Ryu Funase2, Yasuhiro Kawakatsu3
1Rikkyo University, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3JAXA, Japan
2015-f-104p
Thermal Design Strategy and its In-Orbit Verification Results for Small Deep Space Probe "PROCYON"
Kouhei Yoshino1, Taku Nonomura2, Takuro Furumoto1, Ichiro Mase3, Junichi Takisawa1, Kuma Okada1, Tsuyoshi Totani4, Ryu Funase1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 3NESTRA, Japan, 4Hokkaido University, Japan
2015-f-105p
Discussion about Nano-Satellite Dynamics Based on Telemetry Analysis
Yuko Kawasoe, Shinichi Nakasuka, Ryu Funase, Naoya Ozaki
The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-f-106p
BIRDY, an Autonomous Space Weather 3U CubeSat to Mars and Back with a Precursor Flight around the Earth in GTO
Jordan Vannitsen1, Boris Segret2, Marco Agnan1, Oussema Sleimi1, Jim Lin1, Jack Tsai1, Andew Chen1, Florent Deleflie3,4,5, Jiun-Jih Miau1, Jyh-Ching Juang1, Kaiti Wang1
1National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, 2Laboratoire d'Etudes Spatiales et d'Instrumentation en Astrophysique, (LESIA), France, 3Institut de Mécanique Céleste et de Calcul des Ephémérides (IMCCE), France, 4Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), France, 5Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France
2015-g-36p
The Avionics System of Enhanced Epsilon Launch Vehicle
Mineko Minami, Shuhei Okada, Yasuhiro Morita, Takayuki Imoto, Ryoma Yamashiro
JAXA, Japan
2015-h-22p
Using Mineral Scale to Control Water in Microgravity
Toshiaki Ae, Junya Nakagawa, Kohei Kamitani, Kayo Sugishita, Chisaki Yashiki
Hyogo Prefectural Kakogawa Higashi Senior High School, Japan
2015-k-78p
Centrifugal Experiments with Simulated Regolith: Effect of Gravity, Size Distribution, and Particle Shape on Porosity
Tomomi Omura1, Masato Kiuchi1, Carsten Guettler2, Akiko M. Nakamura1
1Kobe University, Japan, 2Max-Planck-Institute for Solar System Research, Germany
2015-k-79p
Exploration of Lunar and Planetary Holes and Subsurface Caverns: Measurement of Electromagnetic Environment
Masaki N. Nishino1, Hisayoshi Shimizu2, Hideo Tsunakawa3, Yoshifumi Saito4, Yohei Miyake5
1Nagoya University, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 4ISAS/JAXA, Japan, 5Kobe University, Japan
2015-k-80p
Scientific Archive Planning in the Hayabusa-2 Mission
Yukio Yamamoto, Naoki Kobayashi, Masahiko Hayakawa, Yoshiaki Ishihara
JAXA, Japan
2015-n-47p
Quality Evaluation for Relationship between Ground Based AOT and PM2.5 Concentration
Itaru Sano1, Sonoyo Mukai2, Makiko Nakata1, Brent N. Holben3, Nobuo Sugimoto4
1Kinki University, Japan, 2The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics, Japan, 3NASA/GSFC USA, 4NIES Japan
2015-n-48p
Remote Sensing of Air Pollutants over Polarized Radiation Field
Sonoyo Mukai1, Itaru Sano2, Makiko Nakata2
1The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics, Japan, 2Kinki University, Japan
2015-n-49p
GPM Mission Operation Status and Data Distribution
Tomomi Nio, Toshiyuki Konishi, Norio Saito, Mitsuhiko Fuda, Yoko Fujita, Yousuke Ikehata, Naoaki Ikeda, Akari Yoneyama
JAXA/SAOC, Japan
2015-n-50p
GCOM-W1 AMSR2 Level 1R Product and an Approach for Future Extension
Takashi Maeda, Keiji Imaoka
Earth Observation Research Center, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-8505 JAPAN
2015-n-53p
Analysis of Ground Displacements in Taipei Area by using High Resolution X-Band SAR Interferometry
Jyr-Ching Hu1, Hsin Tung1, Horng-Yue Chen2, Hongey Chen1
1National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 2Academia Sinica, Taiwan
2015-n-54p
Overview of Space Applications for Environment (SAFE) Initiative and Prototypes
Ko Hamamoto1, Yutaka Kaneko1, Yoshimitsu Tajima2, Wataru Takeuchi2, Michihiro Koide1
1JAXA, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan
2015-n-55p
Earthcare Ground Segment
Tomomi Nio, Takashi Ogawa, Kazuomi Masuhara, Masatoshi Usami, Toshiaki Takeshima
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
2015-n-56p
Detection of Biomass Burning Aerosols from Space
Masayoshi Yasumoto1, Sonoyo Mukai2
1Kinki University, Japan, 2The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Infromatics, Japan
2015-n-57p
High-Resolution Sea Surface Wind Fields from ALOS PALSAR Data and its Modification due to Air-Sea Interaction
Tae-Sung Kim, Kyung-Ae Park
Seoul National University, Korea
2015-n-58p
Ground Validation Activities for GPM/DPR
Yuki Kaneko1, Kinji Furukawa1, Riko Oki1, Katsuhiro Nakagawa2, Kenji Nakamura3
1JAXA, Japan, 2NICT, Japan, 3Dokkyo University, Japan
2015-n-59p
Development of a LAI Estimation Algorithm for GCOM-C/SGLI
Yuhsaku Ono1, Hiroshi Murakami1, Hideki Kobayashi2, Kenlo Nishida Nasahara3, Koji Kajiwara4, Yoshiaki Honda4
1JAXA, Japan, 2JAMSTEC, Japan, 3University of Tsukuba, Japan, 4Chiba University, Japan
2015-r-66p
Secondary Electron Emission Yield Measurement of Spacecraft Surface Materials Due to Continuous Low Energy Electron Beam Irradiation Method
Haruhisa Fujii1, Masamichi Oohira2, Teppei Okumura2
1Nara National College of Technology, Japan, 2JAXA, Japan
2015-r-67p
Hyperthermal Atomic/Molecular Beams Formed by Laser-Detonation Phenomenon with Variable Gas Mixtures
Kaoru Morimoto, Junki Ohira, Kumiko Yokota, Masahito Tagawa
Kobe University, Japan
2015-t-25p
Reducing Design Parameters Complexity to Improve Design Process Based on IDEF0 Concept
Tsung-Yeh Yang, Sheau-Ming Shiah
Chung Cheng Institute of Technology, National Defense University, Taiwan
2015-w-16p
EEE Parts Program for Scientific Satellites
Yuya Kakehashi, Kazuyuki Hirose
ISAS/JAXA, Japan
2015-w-17p
Screening and Radiation Evaluation of Electronic Devices for Space Applications
Kenta Noguchi, Yasuo Ishimaru, Hiroaki Asai, Kimiharu Kariu, Yoshiya Iide, Yasuo Sakaide, Kenji Sugimoto, Katsuhiro Ohsono
High-Reliability Engineering & Components Corporation, Japan
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