Cui, Y.; Jiang, J.; Kong, D.; Gao, S.; Wang, S. Study on Electromagnetic Radiation Interference Caused by Rocket Fuel. Sensors2021, 21, 8123.
Cui, Y.; Jiang, J.; Kong, D.; Gao, S.; Wang, S. Study on Electromagnetic Radiation Interference Caused by Rocket Fuel. Sensors 2021, 21, 8123.
During the launch and return of a spacecraft, the intense combustion of propellants generates strong electromagnetic radiation, which interferes with the operation of electronic equipment in the spacecraft. To improve the electromagnetic compatibility of electronic equipment in spacecraft, it is necessary to study the electromagnetic radiation characteristics of rocket fuel. An electromagnetic radiation measurement system based on antennas is designed to measure the electromagnetic radiation generated by rocket fuel, and the electromagnetic radiation characteristics are obtained through data analysis. The mechanism of the electromagnetic radiation generated by rocket fuel is comprehensively analysed through the spatial, time-domain, frequency-domain, and energy-domain characteristics. A characterization model is established to provide a reliable scheme for evaluating the influence of rocket fuel electromagnetic radiation on electronic equipment in spacecraft.
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