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1 Effect of Structure Flexibility on Attitude Dynamics of Modernizated Microsatellite

2 2 Research Objectives and Tasks Research Objectives and Tasks Micro satellite Configuration Micro satellite Configuration Reference frames Reference frames Mathematical Models of flexible space structures Mathematical Models of flexible space structures Major Findings and Results Major Findings and Results Recommendations for Future Research Recommendations for Future Research Overview

3 3 The major objective of this research is to study the effect of structure flexibility on attitude behavior (Euler angles and angular velocities ) of micro satellites and the degree of such effect Research Objectives and Tasks

4 4 The research objectives and tasks of this study are asfollows : The research objectives and tasks of this study are as follows : Develop mathematical models of flexible space structures Develop mathematical models of flexible space structures Determine the attitude accuracy Determine the attitude accuracy Research Objectives and Tasks

5 5 The construction of micro satellite can consist of main parts: base plate, mounting plate, walls, blocks and the payloads. The construction of micro satellite can consist of main parts: base plate, mounting plate, walls, blocks and the payloads. Each part and subpart of this construction will be replaced by the equivalent solid mass and moment of inertia with respect to the real construction. Each part and subpart of this construction will be replaced by the equivalent solid mass and moment of inertia with respect to the real construction. Micro Satellite Configuration

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8 8 Reference Frames Inertial coordinate system (ICS) Inertial coordinate system (ICS) Orbital coordinate system (OCS) Orbital coordinate system (OCS) Design coordinate system (DCS) Design coordinate system (DCS) Body axes system (BAS) Body axes system (BAS)

9 9 Mathematical Models of Flexible Space Structures A mathematical model of the satellite takes into account flexible body components (solar panels, antennas, booms etc…); A mathematical model of the satellite takes into account flexible body components (solar panels, antennas, booms etc…); This kind of modelling consists of two parts one related to rigid body motion and the other to flexible body motion. This kind of modelling consists of two parts one related to rigid body motion and the other to flexible body motion.

10 10 Mathematical Models Of Flexible Space Structures Two kind of software will be used ANSYS and MATLAB; Two kind of software will be used ANSYS and MATLAB; ANSYSsoftware will be used to calculate the modal analysis (natural frequencies and mode shapes) ; ANSYS software will be used to calculate the modal analysis (natural frequencies and mode shapes) ; MATLAB software will be used to integrate the system of equations. MATLAB software will be used to integrate the system of equations.

11 11 Mathematical Models Of Flexible Space Structures Finite Element Model Finite Element Model : SHELL 99 SOLID 92

12 12 Mathematical Models Of Flexible Space Structures The dynamic equations of motion around center of mass taken into account the elastic oscillations of a housing of satellite and solar panels can be written in the following form : The dynamic equations of motion around center of mass taken into account the elastic oscillations of a housing of satellite and solar panels can be written in the following form :

13 13 The calculation of flexible modes elements (Gαi) are usually determined by the following way in BAS : : is a radius vector that connects satellite COM to any arbitrary point of the satelliteconstruction; ρ b : is a radius vector that connects satellite COM to any arbitrary point of the satellite construction; :is a vector to describe the mode shape. U αi : is a vector to describe the mode shape. Mathematical Models Of Flexible Space Structures

14 14 Mathematical Models Of Flexible Space Structures Lines of micro satellite used for representing flexible elements.

15 15 Mathematical Models Of Flexible Space Structures The satellite kinematics equations will be in the following form : ω : is the satellite body angular velocity with respect to the OCS; ω bo : is the satellite body angular velocity with respect to the OCS;,, : are EULER angles pitch, roll and yaw respectively.,, : are EULER angles pitch, roll and yaw respectively.

16 16 Finding and Major Results Average values for frequencies ( f i ) for the first six tones groups are equal to: 14; 26.7; 65.5; 86.9; 90.2; 113 Hz respectively; Average values for frequencies ( f i ) for the first six tones groups are equal to: 14; 26.7; 65.5; 86.9; 90.2; 113 Hz respectively; It is noted that the first five tones groups is related to the solar panels of the satellite and at the group tone number six is for the housing. It is noted that the first five tones groups is related to the solar panels of the satellite and at the group tone number six is for the housing.

17 17 Finding and Major Results Micro satellite solar panels 2nd tones groups HZ HZ HZ Hz

18 18 Finding and Major Results HZ Micro satellite housing 1st tone.

19 19 Finding and Major Results The simulations of satellite dynamics (Euler angles and angular velocities) is carried out using MATLAB software on the following two cases : On the satellite as a RIGID BODY On the satellite as a RIGID BODY On the satellite as aFLEXIBLE BODY(taking into account vibration modes of the satellite) On the satellite as a FLEXIBLE BODY (taking into account vibration modes of the satellite)

20 20 On both the above situations the gravitational moment is the only external moment On both the above situations the gravitational moment is the only external moment Result of simulation are shown in the following figures. From this results it is noted that their is unobserved different between rigid and flexible body simulations Result of simulation are shown in the following figures. From this results it is noted that their is unobserved different between rigid and flexible body simulations Finding and Major Results

21 21 Finding and Major Results Simulation of attitude dynamics (angular velocities) with and without flexible moments

22 22 Simulation of attitude dynamics (Euler angles ) with and without flexible moments Finding and Major Results

23 23 Finding and Major Results Error of attitude dynamics (Euler angles and angular velocities) due to flexible moment in 20 sec

24 24 Recommendations for designers and engineers concerning the satellite structure flexibility necessities within the framework of the following : Resolution requirements of the payload Satellite attitude accuracy requirements Satellite structural layout diagram Recommendations For Future Research

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S6-1 NAS122, Section 6, August 2005 Copyright 2005 MSC.Software Corporation SECTION 6 RIGID BODY MODES.

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