Plasma Propulsion Engine

Research and Development in Plasma Technologies

Electric propulsion thrusters are called rocket engines, a feature of which is the conversion of electrical energy into kinetic energy of the thruster beam. Separation of the primary energy source and the actuator (propulsion device) in electric propulsion systems allows obtaining specific impulse values that are significantly higher than in chemical rocket engines.
These thrusters are designed to correct the orbits of artificial Earth satellites and also to study objects of the Solar system, to create means of intercepting space bodies potentially dangerous to the Earth, reusable vehicles for inter-orbital operations in the vicinity of the Earth, etc.
Due to the fact that the transformation of electrical energy from an external source into kinetic energy of the engine beam can occur in several stages, electric propulsion thrusters represent a wide class of devices that differ significantly both in design and in physical processes occurring in them.
Projects of application and development of electric propulsion systems for spacecraft began shortly after the launch of the first satellite.

Plasma propulsion Engine: Electrostatic thruster (plasma-ion and Hall-effect), Magnetoplasmodynamic, Inductive and Helicon Plasma Thrusters.
Plasma propulsion Engine: Electrostatic thruster (plasma-ion and Hall-effect), Magnetoplasmodynamic, Inductive and Helicon Plasma Thrusters.

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As a result of many years of work by scientists around the world, several types of electric propulsion thrusters were created, different in design, operation mode and values of thrust and specific impulse, the main ones:

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.

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

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Plasma propulsion Engine: Electrostatic thruster (plasma-ion and Hall-effect), Magnetoplasmodynamic, Inductive and Helicon Plasma Thrusters.