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1 Proceedings of the European Conference on Spacecraft Structures, Materials & Mechanical Testing 2005 Noordwijk, The Netherlands May 2005

2 Conference Chairmen C. Stavrinidis Head of Mechanical Engineering Department, ESA-ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands D. Assemat Deputy Director for CNES Toulouse Space Centre, Toulouse, France M. Sinapius Director DLR, Braunschweig, Germany Technical and Programme Committee M. Asching MAN, Augsburg, Germany H. Baier TU Munich, Germany P. Blanchard EADS-ST, Les Mureaux, France J.N. Bricout CNES, Toulouse, France O. Brunner ESA/ESTEC Noordwijk The Netherlands J. Buffe Alcatel ASPI, Cannes, France A. Capitaine EADS Astrium, Toulouse, France G. Codispoti ASI, Rome, Italy M. Gaedke DLR, Braunschweig, Germany P. Gaudenzi University of Rome, La Sapienza, Italy R. Graham EADS Astrium Stevenage, England A. Grillenbeck IABG, Ottobrunn, Germany N. Gualtieri Alenia Spazio, Torino, Italy T. Henriksen ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands W. Kaysser DLR WB-WF, Cologne, Germany M. Klein ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands R. Lagier Arianespace, EVRY, France M. Link University of Kassel, Germany E. Louaas CNES, Evry, France J. Merlet Intespace, Toulouse, Germany VG. Molinero EADS CASA, Madrid, Spain J. L. Parquet ESA VEGA, ESRIN, Frascati, Italy G. Ramusat ESA FLPP, Paris, France A. Rittweger EADS Astrium, Bremen, Germany T. Scharton JPL, Pasadena, USA R. Usinger NAXIS Contraves, Zurich, Switzerland J. Wijker Dutch Space, Leiden, The Netherlands Organising Committee Technical arrangements Local arrangements T. Henriksen, M. Klein, J. Rocks, ESA/ESTEC M. van der Plas, ESA Conference Bureau Publication Compiled by: Published and distributed by: Printed in: Price: 60 Proceedings of the European Conference on Spacecraft Structures, Materials & Mechanical Testing 2005, Noordwijk, The Netherlands (ESA SP-581, September 2005) K Fletcher ESA Publications Division, ESTEC Postbus 299, 2200 AG Noordwijk The Netherlands Tel: Fax: The Netherlands ISBN No: ISSN No: X Copyright: 2005 European Space Agency

3 Opening address On behalf of ESA I am very pleased to welcome you to this 9 th European Conference on Spacecraft Structures, Materials, and Mechanical Testing. Continuing with good tradition, the conference is cosponsored by CNES, DLR and ESA. This series of conferences was initiated in 1985 and has stimulated at European and international level the exchange of information and joint sponsoring of developments in the area of structures, materials and testing methods. The extensive attendance here today manifests the continuing purpose of this event. Structures, Materials and Mechanical Testing are disciplines with long histories going back to the industrial revolution. However, as far as space applications are concerned, significant and farreaching advances have been witnessed in the last four decades, driven by the development of space systems with increasing complexity and dimensional constraints, and significantly higher service lifetimes. Such requirements necessitate ever-growing interaction between various disciplines, including structures, materials, thermal control, propulsion, and dynamic control. There is continuous progress in advanced problem simulation, and advanced manufacturing and testing techniques to address adequately the various issues. Since the last conference at CNES Toulouse in 2002 many significant events have occurred. The dramatic accident of the Columbia shuttle put in the spotlight that structural integrity cannot be taken for granted, and that multidisciplinary assessment of the system, including aerothermal, structures and operations, is essential. The subsequent redefinition of the USA policy towards Exploration and CEV, and the setback to the ISS programme has, in the light of past experience, to be watched carefully, and some lessons should be learned. Indeed, regarding Europe s contribution to potential international joint projects, any element of such cooperation should allow Europe to progress in successfully completing the goals which might be set out, even if international partners drop out. On the other hand, it is through international cooperation that significant advances have been achieved, for example Huygens was taken to Titan by the US Cassini spacecraft. The modified plan for the Ariane 5 ECA launch and other events in the domain of launchers have also highlighted that fundamental aspects such as load definition, structural stability, and manufacturing of composites also require attention. The recent successful AR5 launch is a much-welcomed sign of recovery in this area. An overall policy frame for future launchers including reusables, aiming also at the post Ariane-5 era, is being established in the FLPP programme of activities. The valuable experience in hot structures and thermal protection systems that was acquired in Europe in the frame of the X-38 and CRV activities needs to be pursued further, bringing into fruition cooperative European demonstration flights. In the area of Telecommunication and Navigation, the Galileo programme is now approaching launch of its two test-bed satellites (GSTB-V2), and the IOV satellites are being designed. In the science area, Europe has been extremely successful. I am proud to mention some of the successes: Rosetta is on its path to comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko and transmitting pictures of the Earth and Moon; Huygens had a spectacular landing on Titan; SMART-1 is orbiting the Moon; and Mars Express is orbiting Mars, where it has detected ice and is returning amazing pictures. Issues affecting the MARSIS radar deployment indicate once more the importance of structural analysis in space systems. In the antenna area, the development of a large, 12 metre, unfurlable antenna in cooperation with Russia is progressing well.

4 Advanced testing facilities such as Hydra have been employed efficiently for system verification. The ATV testing campaign on Hydra, which included classical sine and modal testing, was completed in a shorter period thanks to the capabilities provided by the shaker. More recently a luggage container of the Airbus 380 was successfully vibrated on Hydra. The spacecraft business in general has now entered industrial maturity, forcing reductions in design, manufacturing, and testing costs of the space segment in order to succeed in the market. The predictions regarding decreasing size of spacecraft in all domains have not yet materialised. At present various large, medium, and small spacecraft units are being adapted for missions and cost objectives. New classes of programmes are being established e.g. Aurora, targeted on long-term exploration goals, and scientific missions with very high precision and stability requirements. Structural concepts, technologies, and methods are being developed to meet special user requirements. These include: deployable and inflatable structures for large appendages, solar panels, thermal shields and antennas, capable of boosting performance of small spacecraft, and also for space habitats; advanced actively-controlled structures, either to control large flexible structures, or to ensure stability of optical structures; new advanced materials (e.g. fibres, resins, curing methods, smart materials) and manufacturing technologies applicable to these concepts; improved and specific design, development and verification methods e.g. virtual spacecraft, verification of inflatable structures and landing systems; reduction of conservatism, by designing against flight loads rather than against test. Looking ahead, the ISS could be used as a test bench for technologies that are difficult to validate on the ground. This might be an area which needs to be explored closely with US colleagues. To conclude, space structures, materials and testing are fundamental and specialised key elements for space missions, and as such they are recognised by ESA as a core technology within its research and development programme. R&D activities need to be pursued to keep abreast in this multi-mode and fast-changing field, in particular where such technologies constitute key enabling elements of the mission. The area of lessons learned requires special attention, to consolidate knowledge for future missions. I encourage you all to look for opportunities on how we can organise collaborative programmes, and consider partnership possibilities between public and private sector, in particular for flight and in-orbit demonstration. I have seen the programme of the conference. It is impressive, and I would like to thank the Technical Committee for organising a very comprehensive programme covering all relevant aspects of space structures mechanical architecture, design, and verification. In addition, exhibition and poster sessions have also been organised to cover the underlying issues and challenges. Structures and structural dynamics is my area of specialisation and I thank so many colleagues and friends for their highest professional dedication over the years, and for being here today. The Structures Section is the largest section in ESA, providing valuable support to all Agency satellite and launcher projects and Agency technology programmes. I am particularly pleased that Michel Klein and Torben Henriksen, both dear colleagues of the highest technical and personal integrity, have professionally continued efforts which I initiated in this domain some years back. I would like also to thank the Conference Bureau team for organising this series of events with the highest professional quality. I have no doubt you will be busy these two and a half days in pursuing advances in spacecraft engineering, design, materials and testing. I hope that the social programme which has been organised will contribute to strengthening existing relations and establishing new contacts. On behalf of ESA, I now formally declare open this European Conference on Spacecraft Structures, Materials and Mechanical Testing. Best wishes to you all for a stimulating, productive and enjoyable conference. C. Stavrinidis

5 DLR Welcome Address On behalf of DLR, the German Aerospace Research Center and Germany s Space Agency, I would like to welcome the participants to the 9th International Conference on Spacecraft Structures, Materials and Mechanical Testing. It s an honour for me to open the conference on behalf of DLR. I have attended the conference series for more than a decade already. I am really pleased to meet again many scientists whom I cooperated with in several projects. This conference is always a good opportunity to meet the community of engineers involved in spacecraft structures development and mechanical testing. The programme selected by the programme committee offers a fantastic overview of recent developments, results and perspectives of spacecraft structures. My thanks to the committee for the selection work, structuring the contributions into interesting sessions over the next three days. Materials, structures and mechanical testing are the backbone of the process chain of the development of high performance spacecraft. Sustainable effort to reduce weight, thus enabling new missions, is based on new materials, advanced structural design, new manufacturing technologies and finally on reliable and representative testing. I am really longing to learn about new materials, active materials, adaptive structures, realization of deployable and inflatable structures, and to hear reports on test campaigns. The conference programme announces contributions on new materials and experiences from the application of advanced materials: nanotechnology introduction of new features into materials and structures through multifunctional materials the application of active structures for vibration control, control of structural deformations We will have several sessions on composite structures: new tooling and processes design, manufacturing and testing fittings and joints hybrid titanium composite material modelling and robust design polymerisation in free space Recent developments of deployable and inflatable structures will be presented: UV-curable inflatable structures polymerisation in free space modelling mechanical testing Reports will be given about test campaigns including new sensors and actuators advanced test methods fundamental aspects of mechanical testing Many thanks to the organisation committee, especially to Torben Henriksen, the ESTEC Conference Bureau, and thanks to ESTEC for hosting the conference. I wish the conference fruitful discussions, new ideas, maybe new projects, extending the network. I m sure the conference will contribute to pushing back the frontiers of science. Finally I would like to announce that DLR will organize the 10th International Conference on Spacecraft Structures, Materials and Mechanical Testing in Berlin in M. Sinapius

6 CNES Welcome Address On behalf of CNES, the French Space Agency, I am pleased to welcome you to this new edition of the Conference on Spacecraft Structures, Materials and Mechanical Testing. First of all, I would like to apologize for David Assemat, CNES Toulouse Deputy Director, who had planned to be here today to participate in the opening session of this conference but had to change his agenda at the last minute. Then, I think we can thank our colleagues from ESTEC for the organisation of this edition of the Conference, we can be sure that it will be a success with all the presentations which are planned and the technical exchanges they will generate. This Conference is a kind of birthday, as the first edition took place twenty years ago in Paris, and we can see the distance that has been covered: thirty papers were presented at that time, compared with more than a hundred and fifty this year. The different conferences, organised in the Netherlands (Noordwijk), Germany (Braunschweig) and France (Toulouse and Paris), have always provided the opportunity of discussion at an international level about the state of the art and about the evolution of technology and practices in the field of spacecraft and launcher mechanical design, development and verification, including the advances in testing techniques. Each conference has pointed out a kind of focal point such as structural dynamics, new launcher mechanical environments, mechanical testing, micro-dynamics, shock environments which were at that time the up-to-date leading subjects in our mechanical community. Since the last Conference in Toulouse, we can emphasise the return to flight of Ariane 5 ECA which is a great success for European industry and for the Agencies which have led the work to solve the problems encountered during the first flight. We can also have a quick look at the various recent satellite programmes and see that the developments performed for these different projects give us good examples to illustrate the main subjects that we had to face in the past few years and that we will have to cope with in the near future. Globally, the subjects that were taken into account by the Conference three years ago seem to be still up-to-date: Design, manufacture and qualification of large, very light appendages. Ultra-light reflectors and light panels for solar arrays are good illustrations of the current trends concerning mass reduction. The mechanical qualification of these light structures and of systems using local dampers has led to many analyses due to their non-linear behaviour. The combination of analysis and test to achieve qualification is one important point of interest and it includes all the questions concerning model correlation and updating. Stochastic analyses are another point of interest as they can allow a better management of the specification and dimensioning margins, and different projects have started to use them as an engineering tool. Qualification against the shock environment coming from the launcher or from internal pyrotechnic devices remains a heavy task for the project teams, with the recurring questions: how to define the environment for the equipment? how to qualify the units? what test installations to use? are we able to define the strength of the units through analysis? This shock environment is a source of costs for the launcher and satellite industries. Being able to cope with it with little effort will be great progress. I expect that this conference, as all of its preceding editions, will give you the opportunity to have a precise description of the state of the art in the mechanical world of space programmes and will give to all of you the opportunity to have fruitful discussions with colleagues coming from the different industries and agencies. I am convinced that all participants will find the conference both useful and informative and I wish it great success. G. Turzo

7 Contents Session 1: Opening Session Keynote Paper General view of the spacesystem structures evolution and future challenges Vicente Gómez Molinero Session 2: Mechanical Architecture, Design and Engineering Session 2.1 Launchers 1 2 Static qualification logic for Ariane 5 structures Turzo, Guy, CNES 149 Revisiting Arcachon: Ariane 5 structures development lessons learned Joaquín Martín 35 Ariane 5 solid rocket booster skirt structures: towards next generation innovative and competitive concepts BARA, Patrick 36 Ariane 5 booster domes connection to stage skirts: research of an alternative optimised concept Bara Patrick, Becker Ralf, Lange Harald 127 Manufacturing and Testing of Advanced COPVs Radtke, Wulf, MAN Technologie AG, Session 2.2 Tools and Methodologies 1 58 Application of analytical (SINTAP) and damage mechanics based numerical simulation for the assessment of (plastically) hot spots in the Ariane 5 main stage tank bulkheads M. Windisch, A. Eisenmann, J. Albinger, I. Varfolomeyev, D. Memhard, D. Siegele 189 Stress concentration study in bolted joints by finite element modelling: experimental and analytical approach Delfín Rodríguez, Jessica Carlin, Rafael Rey 146 Use of finite element models to compute self-gravity field on GOCE spacecraft Miguel A. Canay Luhía 38 Structural verification of ISS payloads launched in Progress and Soyuz R. Kujala, R. Bureo Dacal Session 2.3 Reflectors 43 High precision thin shell reflectors - design concepts, structural optimisation and shape adjustment techniques Michael Lang, Horst Baier, Thomas Ernst 106 Optimisation and experimental characterisation of functional hybrid material space structures H. Baier, L. Datashvili, U. Müller

8 183 Some peculiarities of the creation of deployable ring-shaped space antenna reflectors using flexible rods and ropes E. Medzmariashvili, Sh. Tserodze, V. Gogilashvili, A. Sarchimelia, K. Chkhikvadze, N. Siradze, and G. Bedukadze 197 Novel concept for all-composite deployable SAR reflectors Omer Soykasap, Alan M. Watt, Sergio Pellegrino, and Phil Howard 91 Membranes for large and precision deployable reflectors L. Datashvili, M. Lang, H. Baier, T. Sixt Session 2.4 Instruments and Small Satellites 1 14 Design and dimensioning of HERSCHEL instrument cooling Helium system T. Wiertz, S. Bianchi, G. Aigouy 123 Structural verification of fly wheel exercise device Harald Segelke, Christian Wolff, Daniel Escolar Blasco, Ewout Koekkoek, Matthias Klinge 12 Mechanical design of a multiaxes Martian seismometer F. Pécal, N. Paulin, D. Mimoun, G. Pont 192 Design and verification of Herschel optical bench assembly Carlos Pascual, Juan Ruiz de Gopegui Session 2.5 Tools and Methodologies 2 26 Improved accuracy of buckling load calculations using multi-level high-fidelity analysis Jan Hol 45 Research on the Yoshimura buckling pattern of small cylindrical thin walled shells Jan de Vries 54 On a high-fidelity hierarchical approach to buckling load calculations Johann Arbocz 94 New developments of the ESACRACK and Frames-2 software R.P.G. Veul, F. Brunetti, G. Sinnema Session 2.6 Thermal, Thermo-Elastic 1 48 Modularized structure for the discretization of thermal deformation Kosei Ishimura, Ken Higuchi 165 Thermal interpolation from a nodal model to a FEM model by using heat fluxes Philippe Guénégo, Emmanuelle Rivière, Christian Puillet, Richard Briet 169 The MIRI Cold Telescope Simulator: Alignment System Baradiarán, Javier, Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aeroespacial (INTA) Session 2.7 Thermal, Thermo-Elastic 2 50 Structural design and verification of the Planck payload module structure M. Burkhalter-Lindner, W. V. Davies, P. J. Schüngel, B. Schmid 88 On the Verification of the Pointing Stability of the Deployable Boom Assembly (DBA) for SAR_Lupe J. Zemann, T. Nitschko, L. Supper, C. Laa, G. Königsreiter 6 Planck High Frequency Instrument design and testing of the HFI & 0,1K cooler structures, with a shape memory alloy launch blocking system G. Aigouy, P. Nobile, L. Sentis, A. Huguet

9 98 Interdisciplinary optimisation of the structural spacecraft interface for the LISA technology package S. Lucarelli and N. Brandt Session 2.8 General Mechanical Architecture, Design and Engineering 86 Structural architecture of PRORA-USV transonic flight test vehicle Floriano Venditti, Giampiero Duchini, Claudio Maini, Giuseppe Guidotti, Massimiliano Pastena 215 Active electronic equipment 6 DOF suspension for high loads as vibration, shock and quasi static forces Roger Wimmel 176 Welding qualification, and realisation, for Herschel tanks and cryostat N. Balcet, E. Roussel, T. Wiertz 216 Meteoroid/space debris detector (MDD) test and calibration Guy Spencer, Frank Schäfer, Makoto Tanaka, Mike Weber, Robin Putzar, Rolf Janovsky, Indulis Kalnins Session 2.9 Instruments and Small Satellites 2 5 Modular structure for small satellites Kari Marjoniemi, Lassi Syvänen, Mikko Hoffrén, Stephané Langlois 22 Small satellite computer-aided design and manufacturing A.Boudjemai, M. Bekhti, M.H. Bouanane, A.M. Si Mohammed, G. Cooper and G. Richardson 153 The IASI cold box subsystem (CBS): a passive cryocooler for cryogenic detectors & optics P. Courteau, T. Maciaszek 220 Proteus satellites structural concept Joël Dejoie, Laurent Doumic Session 3.1 Session 3: Structural Dynamics and Microvibration Micro-vibration and Stability 179 Developing instrument force and torque limits from allocated spacecraft pointing stability constraints for an optical remote sensing satellite Derrick A. Early, Alan D. Reth, Alexander Krimchansky, Martin A. Davis 93 GOCE platform micro-vibration verification by test and analysis T. Wacker, L. Weimer, K. Eckert 148 Sudden stress release tests performed on GOCE spacecraft component samples Miguel A. Canay Luhía 121 Structural design and analysis of MARES vibration isolation frame Daniel Escolar Blasco, Joan Mercader Ferreres, Manuel Canchado Morales, Rafael Bureo Dacal Session 3.2 Launch and Launch Vehicle Dynamics 177 Recent evolutions of methodology in the Ariane 5 low frequency dynamic environments predictions and qualification process P. Mourey, E. Louaas 132 A dynamic analysis tool for Europe s small launcher Vega Hermann Fischer, Sebastiaan Fransen, Anthony Thirkettle, Stefan Kiryenko

10 157 A space application of a data recovery procedure based on direct enforced motion using a multibody dynamics software (DCAP) André Oliveira, Gianluigi Baldesi, Donato Sciacovelli 135 Methodologies for launcher-payload coupled dynamic analysis Sebastiaan Fransen Session 3.3 Structural Dynamics and Microvibration: General Applications 194 Coupled load analysis application on FORMOSAT-2 development Jen-Chueh Kuo, Ming-Chih Cheng, Chiuder Hsiao 30 Finite element prediction of vibration damping in honeycomb sandwich panels J. Hugon, G. Laduree, M.R. Maheri, R.D. Adams 61 Dynamic behaviour of metallic bellows used in compensators at feed system fluid lines Thomas Hornung, Huba Öry, Ernst Hornung 51 A realistic approach in the prediction of the ACES micro-gravity environment Ewout Koekkoek, Philippe Guénégo, Rafael Bureo Dacal Session 3.4 Dynamic Tools & Applications 13 A finite element based perturbation method for vibrations of imperfect structures T.J.A.M. Hermens, E.L. Jansen, and P. Tiso 65 Impact of residual modes in structural dynamics Nicolas Roy, Alain Girard 154 The application of modal effective mass and transmissibility synthesis in structural analysis and testing Hans van de Graaf, Julian Santiago Prowald, Rafael Bureo Dacal Session 4: Mechanical Testing Session 4.1 Mechanical Qualification 7 GOCE SM mechanical test campaign results engineering evaluation Marco Notarnicola, Roberto Ullio, Dario Luison, Claudio Casagrande 195 VEGA launcher system test campaign, from lv environment to payload acoustic specification Marino Fragnito, Jean-Luc Parquet, Michel Bonnet 8 AGILE payload development and testing of the simplified qualification model Luigi Acquaroli, Barbara Morelli Session 4.2 Dynamic Testing 1 11 Adapter for axial vibrations of large specimens Alain GIRARD, Paul-Eric DUPUIS, Michael LOZANO 17 European drawer rack modal survey test and mathematical model updating Marina Bellini, Francesco Quagliotti 32 Optimal vibration test planning using uncertain models P. Vinot, S. Cogan, V. Cipolla, S. Mary 72 Analysis of swept-sine runs during modal survey and qualification tests G. Gloth, M. Sinapius

11 Session 4.3 Testing General 1 9 Displacement measurements by videogrammetry Lysiane Eguillon 208 Miniaturized optical sensor for mechanical testing in industrial environment Volker Kebbel, Ervin Kolenovic, Reiner Klattenhoff, Werner Jüptner 68 NetLander Surface Module mockup testing T. Sproewitz, J. Block, R. Schuetze, D. Arrat, and A. Obst 110 New developments in tele testing Jean-Philippe Goube Session 4.4 Dynamic Testing 2 78 Review of data reduction techniques for the interpretation of dynamic qualification with swept-sine excitation Malte Polster,Gerrit Gloth and Michael Sinapius 119 An advanced test strategy for boosted modal survey testing of non-linear space structures Dennis Göge and Michael Sinapius 120 Modal survey testing of ESA ISPR racks for ISS Rafael Bureo Dacal, Dirk Eilers, Daniel Escolar, Harald Segelke 212 Development of an advanced numerical dynamic simulation model of the HYDRA facility Matteo Appolloni, Alessandro Cozzani, Bruno Sarti Session 4.5 Testing General 2, Static Testing 37 Static test performance on a telecom spacecraft structure Gilles Chamberland, Benoît Laine, Isabelle Darmanin 62 Static load test approach for qualification of the ATV Spacecraft structure subsystem F. Mouriaux, S. Kögl, R. Usinger 144 Static and pressure tests of ATV cargo carrier structure Patrizia BASTIA, Valerio BECCHIO 172 NASA handbook for spacecraft structural dynamics testing Dennis L. Kern, Scott A. Gordon, Terry D. Scharton 136 The role of mass properties measurement in the space mission Kurt H. Wiener Session 5.1 Random & Acoustics 1 Session 5: Random & Acoustics 59 Linear and non linear solar array structural vibrations in fluid structure environment a fem/bem approach Jaap J. Wijker, Jean-Patrick Faillet, Julian Santiago Prowald 63 An impedance/mobility condensation method for preliminary vibro-acoustic analysis J. Santiago-Prowald and G. Rodrigues 138 Comparison of acoustic and random responses of an L-band synthetic aperture radar antenna tile subassembly R. Gladwish, P. Howard, J. Santiago-Prowald, M. J. Martin

12 204 Vibra-acoustic analysis of narrow cavity effect of satellite at launch Kenta Nagahama, Shigemasa Ando, Qinzhong Shi, and Reiko Koganei, Ichiro Hagiwara 81 Preliminary study of fairings protection based on porous materials in absorption and transmission Kanfoud J., Hamdi M.A. Session 5.2 Random & Acoustics 2 23 GOCE satellite vibro-acoustic performance predictions using Alenia integrated F.E.M. & S.E.A. approach Roberto Ullio, Pietro Carlo Marucchi-Chierro 160 A study on vibro-acoustic analysis system for spacecraft design H. Sasano, K. Yoshida, H. Seko, S. Nakamura, A. Onzuka, J. Akiyama, K. Murakami, Q. Shi, M. Tsuchihashi, K. Nagahama, S. Hashimoto, H. Saegusa 205 The prediction of random acoustic vibration of equipment mounted on honeycomb panel S. Ando, Q. Shi, K. Nagahama, M. Saitoh, H. Saegusa 41 Vibroacoustic study of scientific satellites relying on a time domain FEM/BEM method D. Jollet, M. Giuliano, P. Lodereau, T. van der Laan Session 5.3 Force Limited Analysis & Testing 164 Random specification of an equipment, method for force limiting using effective masses Philippe Guénégo, Alice Pradines 173 Equipment interface load characterization in acoustics Nicolas Ludovic LARUE, Jean Marie LOME, Alice PRADINES 55 Force-limited vibration testing approach applied to random vibration test of SOLAR payload L. Trittoni, M.Martini 134 Force-based acceleration spectra for vibration testing of space hardware Daniel Escolar Blasco, Rafael Bureo Dacal 203 Comparison of dynamic loads to space instruments, depending on the stage of development Swen Ritzmann, Heiko Jahn Session 6.1 Materials 1 Session 6: Materials 140 Materials characterisation at cryogenic temperatures for the Planck telescope P. Delouard, U. Krähenbühl, G. Peikert 158 Experimental evaluation of the stability and mechanical behavior of contacts in silicon carbide for the design of the Basic Angle Monitoring system of GAIA A.A. van Veggel, W.J. Berkhout, M.K. Schalkx, A.A. Wielders, P.C.J.N.Rosielle, H. Nijmeijer 31 3D braided preforms for shaped composite material Guy Némoz, Loïc Dréano, David Bigaud 87 Simulation of high-velocity impact of graphite/epoxy composite laminates A. A. Lukyanov, R. Vignjevic, J. R. Reveles Session 6.2 Materials 2 69 Thermo-mechanical testing of oxidation protection system for ceramic matrix composites Volker Liedtke, Inma H. Olivares, Markus Langer, Ulrich Trabandt, Karin E. Handrick, Yaara F. Haruvy

13 15 Cesic - A new technology for lightweight and cost effective space instrument structures and mirrors Christophe Devilliers, Matthias R. Krödel 128 An overview of recent adhesive bonding programmes conducted within ESA s materials physics and chemistry section (TEC-QMC) J.R. Williamson, C. Semprimoschnig, M. van Eesbeek Session 6.3 Materials Comparison of results from post-flight investigations on FEP retrieved from the Hubble Space Telescope solar arrays and LDEF M. Moser, C. Semprimoschnig, M. van Eesbeek, R. Pippan 178 Quasicrystals new type of material to prevent cold welding M. Sales, A. Merstallinger, P. Brunet, M.C. de Weerd, V. Khare, G.Traxler3 and J.M. Dubois Session 7: Inflatable/Deployable Structures Session 7.1 Inflatable Structures 1 28 Materials and wall concepts for UV-curable inflatable space structures Y.M. Lefevre, S.Lienard, M. Eymard, R.Roumeas 40 Mechanical testing of inflatable space structure beams V. Barbet, S. Guionie, G. Laduree, S. Langlois, R. Potes, S. Lienard 89 Development of a 3.2m-long inflatable and rigidizable solar array breadboard V.Peypoudat, B.Defoort, D.Lacour, P.Brassier, O.Le Couls, S.Langlois, S.Liénard, M.Bernasconi, M.Gotz Session 7.2 Inflatable Structures 2 46 Reliable numerical approach for a design of an inflatable Moon/Mars habitat based on material tests in the SAS simulator S.Mileti, G.Bitetti, M.Marchetti 84 Structural mechanics of lobed inflatable structures Andrew Lennon1 and Sergio Pellegrino 186 First results of the PASTISS project: Professional Analysis Software Tool for Inflatable Space Structures Michaël Bruyneel, Philippe Jetteur, Didier Granville Session 7.3 Deployable Structures & Materials 44 Novel concepts of space deployable systems based on energy storage textile-based structures Mark Ayre, Stefano Carosio, Raimondo De Laurentiis, Alessandra Monero, Donato Zangani, Julian F.V. Vincent 3 Deployable structure for flexible solar generators Klaus Seifart, Wolfgang Göhler, Tilo Schmidt, Ralf John, Stephane Langlois 198 Thermo-mechanical behaviour of single-ply triaxial weave carbon fibre reinforced plastic Ahmad Kueh, Omer Soykasap, and Sergio Pellegrino 168 Modeling of triaxial woven fabrics for antenna reflectors Andreas Obst, Giuseppe Palermo, Lorenzo Ticci, Julian Santiago Prowald

14 Session 8.1 Stochastic Analysis 1 53 Stochastic analysis, to do what? Stéphane Mary, Emmanuelle Rivière, Jean-Noël Bricout Session 8: Stochastic Analysis 75 Relative importance of uncertain structural parameters H.J. Pradlwarter 39 Application of high order derivatives to structural probabilistic analysis Stéphane Perrin, Stéphane Garreau, Michel Rochette 103 Probabilistic laminate analysis using ESAComp software Markus Wallin, Pauli Leppänen 217 Uncertainty and reliability analyses of large aerospace structures G.I. Schuëller, A. Calvi, H.J. Pradlwarter, S. Fransen, M.F. Pellissetti, C. A. Schenk, M. Klein, and A. Kreis Session 8.2 Stochastic Analysis 2 66 A stochastic approach to the validation of spacecraft structural dynamic models Nicolas Roy, Santiago Garcia de Paredes 83 Application of the fuzzy finite element method to spacecraft design David Moens and Dirk Vandepit 124 Stochastic launcher-satellite coupled dynamic analysis S. Fransen, M.F. Pellissetti, H.J. Pradlwarter, A. Calvi, A. Kreis, G.I. SchuÄeller, and M. Klein 76 Static and dynamic reliability analysis of INTEGRAL satellite in view of low failure probability M.F. Pellissetti, G.I. SchuÄeller, H.J. Pradlwarter, A. Calvi, S. Fransen, and M. Klein Session 9.1 Shock 1 Session 9: Shock 219 Low induced shock actuator: hold down and release mechanism for satellite & launcher platforms A. Mobuchon, G. Robert, A. Roussy 116 Ariane 5 shock environment qualification for an Earth observation satellite Etienne Courau, Philippe Roy 151 Shock attenuation system for spacecraft and adaptor (SASSA) Miguel Lancho, Angel Fernández, Stefan Kiryenko Session 9.2 Shock Shock attenuator system for spacecraft and adaptor Patrick Camarasa, Tony Demerville, Alain Plagne, Stefan Kiryenko 27 Shock analysis philosophy for electronic units Bertrand Brévart, Valerio Cipolla 80 Projection method in structural dynamics in application to shock propagation simulation for truss coupled shell structures Bernhard Kotzias

15 207 Shock propagation simulation using FEM software Stéphane Mary, Valerio Cipolla, Etienne Courau, Jean-Noël Bricout 147 Shock qualification methods for equipments Jean-Baptiste Bernaudin, Valerio Cipolla, Pierre-Augustin Grivelet Session 9.3 Shock Pyroshock generation Denis Dilhan - Valério Cipolla - Henri Grzeskowiak - Neil Cable - Stefan Kiryenko 191 ESA/ESTEC shock bench presentation Stefan Kiryenko, Gaetan Piret, Jan Kasper 29 Development of a simulation process of the behaviour of space equipment subjected to pyrotechnic shocks, based on characterization and environmental tests Mathieu Sutra,, Didier Mesnier, Alain Berlioz, Bertrand Combes 10 Very first results from pyroshock database for satellites Alain Girard, Carine Pont, Etienne Courau Session 10.1 Composite Structures 1 Session 10: Composite Structures 161 Application of new technologies for Eurostar central tube Pascual, Julio, Trigo, Jesús 34 Mecabus manufacturing using new tooling and processes Isabelle Darmanin 129 Design, manufacturing and testing of a reusable CFRP intertank demonstrator V. Diaz, G.Ramusat 155 Structural design and verification of a large composite structure: thermal control system for AMS-02 detector Riccardo Zambra, Maraco Molina, Massimiliano Oliver Session 10.2 Composite Structures Use of carbon fittings for mechanical interfaces in the carbon fibers resin plastics sandwiches Marc Berlingerie, Sandrine Rouqui 21 Carbon fibre tube inserts - a light fastening concept with high load carrying capacity J. Block, T. Brander, M. Lambert, J. Lyytinen, K. Marjoniemi, R. Schütze, L. Syvänen 20 Enhanced design methods for mechanically fastened joints in composite structures Pedro P. Camanho, Pedro M. Portela, Antonio R. Melro, and Michel Lambert 114 Hybrid titanium composite material improving composite structure coupling Axel Fink and Dr. Boris Kolesnikov 70 Use of resin transfer moulding and cobonding technologies in integrated CFRP interface rings Jesús Trigo Session 10.3 Composite Structures Modelling delamination caused by defects in large diameter composite cylinders Thirkettle, Anthony, AOES

16 206 Failure of Laminates composed of Unidirectional (UD) Laminae - Where are the sources for the differences between experiment and prediction? R. Cuntze 180 Failure criteria for FRP and CMC: theory, experiments and guidelines C. Kaiser, Hendrik Weihs, Karl-Heinz Zuknik, A. Obst Session 10.4 Composite Structures Factors of Safety (FoS) for Fibre-Reinforced Composite Structures. How can we avoid in the Design Verification separate FoS values for initial failure of composites replacing onset of yielding of the isotropic case? R. Cuntze 92 A new approach for robust design of composite cylindrical shells under axial compression Christian Hühne, Raimund Rolfes, Jan Tessmer 117 Design of variable stiffness composite panels for maximum fundamental frequency using lamination parameters Shahriar Setoodeh, Mostafa M. Abdalla, and Zafer Gürdal 145 Load carrying capability of stringer stiffened curved composite panels in the postbuckling region T. Möcker and H.-G. Reimerdes Session 10.5 Composite Structures 5 95 CFRP electronics housing for a satellite Timo Brander, Kristof Gantois, Harri Katajisto, Markus Wallin 210 Electronic enclosure for SAR antennas made of CFRP R. John, S. Brunner, W. Göhler, G. Willich, A. Newerla 141 Multifunctional equipment design by using high thermal conductivity fibres J. Marcos, M. Segura, J.C..Antolin, A.Landaberea, F. Lamela, G. Atxaga 97 Manufacture and assembly of CFRP electronics housing Jorma Jussila,Timo Brander, Markus Wallin Session 11.1 Active Structures 1 Session 11: Active Structures 139 Active vibration suppression in spacecraft structures based on LQG-Controller and Kalman- Observer Mark Wagner, Anton Grillenbeck, Ahmed Abou-El-Ela 166 Feasibility demonstration of an active payload adapter for Ariane 5 Andreas Rittweger, Hans-Georg Beig, Peter Konstanzer, Rafael Bureo Dacal 57 Shape control of network structures based on a concept of force density method Hiroaki Tanaka and M.C.Natori 202 Damping of composite booms through active piezoelectric interface and piezoelectric patches F. Bossens, F. Cugnon, A. Kalyani, and A. Preumont Session 11.2 Active Structures Design and construction of an active, piezo actuated tripod allowing for compensation of focal plane distortions E. K. Pfeiffer, C. Kaiser, C. Schöppinger, A. Reutlinger, P. Wierach, M. Müller, U. Müller, D. Sciacovelli

17 104 Electroactive polymers: new materials for spacecraft structures F. Carpi, P. Sommer-Larsen, D. De Rossi, P. Gaudenzi, L. Lampani, F. Campanile, E. Pfeiffer, G. Neri, S. Baldacci 96 High performance piezoelectric composites Raino Petricevic and Martin Gurka 142 Modelling of active space structures for vibration control Tralli A., Olivier M., Sciacovelli D., Gaudenzi P. 64 Coarse pointing device: smart technologies for a system on ISS L. Acquaroli, F. Onorati Poster papers Poster Session 105 Structure-control-optics interaction in high precision telescopes H. Baier, C. Zauner, M. Müller 170 Hemispherical emissivity by infrared reflectance Cristina Borrero del Pino, Marc van Eesbeek, Thomas Rohr 111 Improvements in the DynaWorks ISSPA identification module Etienne Cavro, Carine Pont 174 Tuning of SMACTANE rubber formulation for vacuum compatibility improvement Tony Demerville, Thomas Rohr Lionel Gaillard 175 Viscoelastic rubber and damping original equipment Tony Demerville, Philippe Guay 150 Test Data Access System (TDAS) Ataúlfo Gamonal, Javier Pérez, Ángel Blesa 167 The MIRI cold telescope simulator: MTS attachment G. A. García, I. Armendáriz, J. Barandiarán, F. J. Herrada, R. Santiago 133 Overview of ground-based environmental testing facilities in the ESTEC TEC-QMC laboratories S. Heltzel, C. Semprimoschnig, M. Moser, M. van Eesbeek 85 European drawer rack (EDR) Antonietta Itta 171 Validation of the finite element model of an inflatable beam structure using experimental data and study of its behaviour under the effects of the residual trapped air E. Iuliano, R. Potes, S. Langlois, R. Rouméas 52 Cesic -- Engineering material for optics and structures Matthias Krödel 196 Fibre-reinforced nanocomposites for spacecraft structures - manufacturing, characterisation and application T. Mahrholz, J. Mosch, D. Röstermundt, U. Riedel, L. Herbeck, M. Sinapius 109 Numerical simulation of debris impact on thin-walled metal shields J. R. Reveles, A. A. Lukyanov, R. Vignjevic 137 Design and development of a large reflector model with inflatable deployment and rib support structures Huifeng Tan, Xingwen Du, Liu Yuyan, Zurab Gogava, Horst Baier

18 4 Astron extreme light weight structures and mirrors Niels Tromp 221 Status of ECSS E-30 - space engineering handbooks on CDROM: structural materials handbook, insert design handbook and adhesive bonding handbook Jo Wilson, Bob Hussey 79 Peculiarities of testing techniques of landing spacecraft thermal protection at the high enthalpy test bed I.A. Zelenov, A.F. Klishin, G.V. Gotovtsev 82 Research of thermal conditions of the "Mars Express" spacecraft fairing I.A.Zelenov, A.A.Ivankov, A.F.Klishin 102 Thermal protection and tests method of "Venera" landing spacecrafts I.A. Zelenov, A.F. Klishin, A.F. Shabarchin Late papers 24 Audible noise and microgravity control of pressurized module under on-orbit vibro-acoustic environment P. C. Marucchi-Chierro, S.Destefanis, M.Martini, R.Ullio 201 Hybrid inflation module dissociated energetic materials / ISRS A. Roussy

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