The second day of the Conference
On May 22, in the frameworks of the Conference, seven sessions began working:
1. Present and Future Space Launch Systems, Launch Vehicles, their Components and Systems (Chairman – A.N. Mashchenko, First Deputy General Designer-General Director for Organizational and Technical Support):
– Analysis of engineering solutions for present and future space, launch systems and launch vehicles, including expendable and reusable launch vehicles;
– Analysis of current trends in the development of the world launch services market;
– Analysis of engineering solutions for critical subsystems of launch vehicles (control, thermostating, electric power supply systems);
– Methods and means for development testing of assembled components of integrated launch vehicles (test-bench facilities, real-time computer systems for monitoring, measurement and control of the test-bench equipment and test models);
– Problems of ensuring optimal reliability of launch vehicles and launch complexes;
– Methods and means to exclude anthropogenic pollution of the near-Earth space;
Injection systems and technologies;
– Ballistics, dynamics, air/gas-dynamics, heat exchange and thermal protection, loads and strength of present and future space-rocket hardware products.
2. Present and Future Space Satellite Systems (Chairman- V.N. Maslyey, Chief Designer and Head of Spacecraft, Space Complexes and Systems):
– Technical configuration of present-day satellites and spacecraft;
Onboard and ground support systems for data acquisition, control, and testing of spacecraft;
– Space missions and technologies associated with acquiring data on Earth and its environment;
– Space communication technologies and systems, including stationary and mobile satellite communication, tele and radio broadcasting, stationary and broadband interactive multimedia satellite services;
– Scientific satellite missions for research in the field of Earth sciences, astronomical and astrophysical observations, research in the field of fundamental physics and astrophysics;
– Present and future navigation systems;
– Spacecraft energy supply;
– Satellite exploration of the near space.
3. Future Rocket Engines and Propulsion Systems (Chairman – A.A. Prokopchuk, Chief Designer and Head of Rocket Propulsion Design Office):
– Engineering solutions currently used to create liquid-propellant, solid-propellant, hybrid, and electrical rocket propulsion systems for expendable and reusable launch vehicles and spacecraft;
– Future propulsion systems for launch vehicles.
4. Materials and Technologies (Chairman- A.M. Potapov, Head of Advanced Materials and Technologies Division):
– Recent developments and advanced research in the field of new materials and structures employed in expendable and reusable space transportation systems and spacecraft, as well as technologies;
– Quality assessment methods for innovative space-rocket materials and technologies;
– Nanotechnologies in space and rocket systems;
– Current production methods in space rocketry – “additive production”.
5. Space for Humanity (Chairman – I.D. Dyachuk, Director of S.P. Korolev Zhytomyr Museum of Cosmonautics):
– Space exploration: political, economic and legal aspects;
– Space exploration and international cooperation;
– Influence of space activities on the socio-economic development and daily life of the society;
– Methods and prospects of space education of young people;
– Remote design and education activities through the global Internet;
– Development and implementation of new information technologies in the sphere of international and regional standardization of space technologies, priority tasks and problematic issues;
– Innovative technologies and inventions;
– Space technologies in the human history;
– Museums, historical-museum and historical-technical activities.
6. Ground Complexes, Launching Equipment and their Operation (Chairman- K.V. Bezruchko, Professor of N.E. Zhukovskiy National Aerospace University “Kharkov Aviation Institute”):
– Research, evaluation, prediction and improvement of technical, economic and ergonomic characteristics of launch and ground equipment;
– Development of theoretical fundamentals, models, and methods for substantiation of technical requirements for the complexes and launching equipment;
– Development and improvement of theoretical and experimental methods for determining he practicability and the rational ways of using new physical principles, engineering solutions and technological processes;
– Use of information technologies in space rocket systems design and development;
– Research, development, and improvement of methods for stress-strain state calculation and modelling of dynamic processes during transportation and installation of space rocket systems;
– Development of principles, ways of construction, and engineering solutions for ground complexes and launching equipment;
– Development and improvement of methods and devices for fire-and-explosion safety and for neutralization of fill-and-drain systems;
– Development of methodology and methods for program planning, justification, creation, testing, assessment, and improvement of operation systems;
– Testing and operation of space launch systems;
– Development of prediction methods to identify causes of emergencies at the ground complexes;
– Development of methods for computation and simulation of hydrodynamic and heat-and-mass exchange processes in filling systems;
– Research and development of devices to provide temperature and humidity conditions, for flying vehicles, facilities and equipment of launch complexes.
7. Moon Exploration and Moon Village Association (Chairman –A.E. Kashanov, Deputy General Designer for Research and Academic Activities): – Architectural concepts of Moon Village and key problems that occur during its implementation;
– Harmonization of interfaces of extra-terrestrial objects of long-term operation for Moon exploration;
– Accounting for human error in space system design;
“Lunar” market and high-priority services for future missions; present and future missions;
– Arrangement of a system to operate the facilities intended for near-lunar space and Moon surface exploration;
– Issue of education, culture, and promotion;
– Potential contribution of Ukrainian companies, organizations, and research institutions in the Mon exploration;
Prospects of cooperation with foreign partners within the frameworks of national and international programs.
On May 22, a round-table meeting (panel discussion) “Yuzhnoye SDO Satellite Technologies” was also held within the frames of International Conference. Modern technologies for creation of spacecraft of various purposes were presented to its participants. An exposition of spacecraft (designed by Yuzhnoye SDO) was presented in SC Assembling and Testing Workshop. Chief Designer and Head of Spacecraft, Space Complexes and Systems Vladimir Maslyey has conducted a presentation of satellites for Earth surveillance, detailed and superdetailed optical observation «Sich 2-1», «Sich-2М» and Sat4EO, satellites of scientific and technological purposes Microsat and CUBESAT, satellites of scientific and technological purposes GS-1 и «AEROSOL-UA».
Vladimir Maslyey told about promising future projects of Spacecraft Design Office (DO). It is a complex of orbital space aircraft intended for multiple delivery (injection) of various loads into low near-Earth orbits and return of loads from those orbits; a multi-function transport space module which will be used for solution of tasks of orbital service maintenance of client satellites, such as orbital inspection, transfer to given orbital positions, support in given orbital positions, re-injection into target orbits in case of injection into off-nominal orbits, transfer of waste space systems into a disposal orbit; a platform of a geostationary communication satellite with a main Electrojet Propulsion System (EJPS) which is intended for creation (on its base) of communication satellites that function in a geostationary orbit.
In addition, technical excursions inside Yuzhnoye SDO territory and ethnographic trips were organized for participants of International Conference on that day
The work of the sessions will continue on May 23.
21/05/2019 The first day of the Conference