40th International Conference on Environmental Systems 2010
DOI: 10.2514/6.2010-6309
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Abstract: Off-the-shelf electrical equipment is frequently used in space-based applications to control costs.However, the reduced heat transfer in the spacecraft microgravity environment causes the equipment to operate at significantly higher temperatures than it would in terrestrial applications. This creates touch temperature issues where items -particularly metallic ones -become too hot for the crew to handle safely. A touch temperature coating layup has been developed that can be added to spacebased electrically pow… Show more

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