Satellite systems organisation
The purpose of this course is to offer a detailed look at satellite design and engineering requirements. All satellite types are included, with emphasis on application satellites. The various subsystems of a satellite are presented.
Are analyzed, the constraints and the effects on the design related to :
- launch vehicles
- space environment
Case study and examples are used to illustrate important aspects for users and designers.
Future developments are considered.
The course lasts 5 days (30 hours) including lectures from professionals, interactive exercises and technical examples.
The training course introduces the design of satellites from a system point of view. It addresses initially the constraints related to their missions, the launch constraints and the space environment.
It deals then with their general architecture, the characteristics of their subsystems and a state of the art of technologies.
Within the framework of an application mission (observation) an example Is discussed to illustrate the project or management and industrial organization.
A basic background in physics (i.e. the elements of space mechanics) is desirable to attend with profit this training course.
Former professor at ISAE-SUPAERO
Former professor at ISAE-SUPAERO.
- Satellites systems missions
- Overall architecture of a satellite
- Orbital mechanics
- Space mission analysis and orbits
- Station acquisition and station keeping
- System constraints and design methods
- Launch systems
- Space environment and effects
- Satellites functional organization and subsystems
- Thermal control
- Mechanical architecture
- Attitude and orbit control system
- Electrical architecture
- TT&C and on board data handling
- Propulsion subsystem
- Example of satellites systems
- Earth observation
Scheduled in French:
PARIS: 30 may to 03 June 2022
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€2,790 excluding tax (20% VAT)