The main satellite types where are Electric Propulsion Systems used:

  • GEO telecommunication
  • Photo observation
  • Infrared observation
  • Radar observation
  • Meteorological satellite
  • Scientific satellite
  • Technological satellite

 

The chief tasks which are solved by Electric Propulsion Systems :

  •  Correction of mistakes at orbital injection
  • Stationkeeping (north-south, east- west) of GEO telecommunication satellites
  • Stationkeeping at given parameters
  • Orbit change at altitude and inclination
  • Precise pointing of satellite to a given point
  • Satellite orientation

Benefits of Electric Propulsion Systems :

  • Essentially greater Specific Impulse
  • Lower satellite mass and as a result possibility to use light class launch vehicle (cheaper launch)
  • Greater life-time and high reliability define longer time of exploitation, and thus decrease number of produced
  • Ability to solve tasks that are not possible to solve by means of other systems

 USA, Russia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Japan and China have intensive researches in electric propulsion field

We are the translation of advanced science to Real in hand technologies.

Erosion of Electric Propulsion Systems , Military & Civil Application of Electric Propulsion Systems: GEO telecommunication, Photo Infrared & Radar observation, Meteorological satellite

Electrostatic thruster

 

with the acceleration of the ion component in the direction of the electric field: for example, plasma-ion thruster and Hall-effect thruster;

Magnetoplasmodynamic thruster

 

with the acceleration of the ion component in the direction transverse both to electric and magnetic fields: for operation in both stationary and pulsed modes – like pulsed plasma thruster

Inductive thruster

 

using variable in time perpendicular electric and magnetic fields to accelerate a propellant with no electrode, like Pulsed inductive thruster, and Helicon Plasma Thrusters.

Electric Propulsion Systems , Military & Civil Application of Electric Propulsion Systems: GEO telecommunication, Photo Infrared & Radar observation, Meteorological satellite
Hall effect thruster (HET): Manufacture & Tests of Electric Propulsion Systems (PLASMA ENGINES): Manufacturing capacity for all the subsystems of Plasma Propulsion System

Research, Development, Improvement, Design, realization, production of a prototype and industrial sample

 

By very powerful team, which includes professors, young scientists and engineers with extensive experience in this field, we will be able to provide the high-quality research, development, improvement and design for any types of Electric Rocket Propulsion Systems.

Connections and scientific cooperation with various universities in this industry, give us a great opportunity to find a solution to even the most complex problems associated with Electric Rocket Propulsion Systems.

We have great experience to realization and production of a prototypes for further research and improvement and data monitoring.

 

Computer Modeling and Simulation

 

We have a very powerful computer simulation team with extensive experience in this field, so we can provide high-quality simulation of processes of propulsion systems using the most powerful software.

Plasma Propulsion Engine, Treatment & Simulation

Plasma Technologies: R&D Better Design Engineering Simulation Faster Test Optimized Manufacturing  Lowest cost to market

Plasma propulsion Engine: Electrostatic thruster (plasma-ion and Hall-effect), Magnetoplasmodynamic, Inductive and Helicon Plasma Thrusters Manufacture & Tests of Electric Propulsion Systems (PLASMA ENGINES): Manufacturing capacity for all the subsystems of Plasma Propulsion System
Hall effect thruster (HET): Manufacture & Tests of Electric Propulsion Systems (PLASMA ENGINES): Manufacturing capacity for all the subsystems of Plasma Propulsion System
Plasma propulsion Engine: Electrostatic thruster (plasma-ion and Hall-effect), Magnetoplasmodynamic, Inductive and Helicon Plasma Thrusters Manufacture & Tests of Electric Propulsion Systems (PLASMA ENGINES): Manufacturing capacity for all the subsystems of Plasma Propulsion System