Temperature conditions simulation in space vehicle place aboard An-124-100 aircraft

1Serdyuk, II, 2Khlystun, OI, 1Khavroshin, VF
1State Enterprise «O.K. Antonov Aviation Science and Technology Complex», Kiev, Ukraine
2National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine
Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2005, 11 ;(1-2):016-021
Publication Language: Russian
We developed a mathematical model of temperature conditions in space vehicle place aboard an aircraft for an airspace rocket complex with stating installation on the basis of An-124-100 transport aircraft. As a result of the malhemalical simulation, temperature conditions in the cargo cabin of heavy transport aircraft are determined, where space vehicle is placed, during ground preparation and flight in start топе in cold and hot atmosphere conditions.
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