Study and implementation of 1U cubesat attitude control algorithms for educational purposes
Tutor / directorGonzález Díez, David
Document typeBachelor thesis
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One of the main difficulties in studying and testing cubesat attitude control systems is the lack of facilities available to students to conduct experiments. This is due to the high complexity of these devices to simulate the operating conditions of these satellites. The aim of this project is to develop a test bench for attitude control system tests based on a spherical air bearing printed using MJF technology to facilitate the availability to he university students. Along with the air bearing, another objective i the creation of the structure of a folding cubesat to test and assess the quality of the assembly once received the printed structure. Apart from the design of the structure of the test bench and the cubesat, the simulation will be done comparing the performance of the attitude control system in the working conditions in the space with the performance within the test bench.
DegreeGRAU EN ENGINYERIA EN TECNOLOGIES AEROESPACIALS (Pla 2010)
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