Barulina, M.A. and Dzhashitov, V.E. and Pankratov, V.M. (2009) The Miniature Pressure Sensor for Monitoring and Diagnostics of Rocket-Space Engineering in Conditions of Mechanical and Thermal Effects. Journal of NANO and MICROSYSTEM TECHNIQUE (6).
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The connected mathematical models of non-stationary thermal processes, of the thermoelastic strained-deÂformed condition and strength of the miniature pressure sensor applied to monitoring and diagnostics of a conÂdition of space-rocket engineering and functioning in conditions mechanical and thermal impacts are constructed. Are solved problems of calculation and the analysis of non-stationary temperature fields of the sensor and its thermoelastic is strained-deformed condition. Estimations of strength of the sensor are received at mechanical and thermal effects. The computer experiments verifying adequacy and functionability mathematical, algorithÂmic and the software are conducted, quantitative estimations are received and recommendations on maintenance of effective functioning the miniature pressure sensor are developed. Keywords: miniature pressure sensor, temperature fields, strained-deformed condition, finite-element matheÂmatical model, mechanical and thermal effects.
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|Deposited By:||Prof. Alexey Ivanov|
|Deposited On:||08 Dec 2010 23:39|
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