The Thermal Vacuum Chambers are also called TVC, and are a type of Vacuum Chamber in which the radiative thermal environment is controlled.
Thermal vacuum chambers are mostly used for testing spacecraft or for simulate a space environment.
To either end of the thermal shround, we can find the solar absorption end plates which should help reduce the transfering of unwanted radiant energy.
Tipical Characteristics of a Thermal Vacuum Chambers
- Thermal Vacuum chambers are constructed from 304 stainless steel
- The range in size goes from Ø45″ x 50″ long up to Ø52″ x 72″ long
- Fluid circulation thermally controlled Aluminum tooling plates range in size from 36″ x 42″ up to 42″ x 68″.
- A thermal shroud, that control the temperature during a space simulation, uses fluid circulation to achieve temperatures ranging from -60°C to +120°C.
- Conventional fluid circulation systems will expose the shroud to a thermal cycle ranging from -60°C to +120°C without use of liquid nitrogen. However with minimal modification the thermal shroud may be used with a liquid nitrogen system to achieve cryogenic temperatures.
- The conventional fluid circulation systems expose the shroud to a thermal cycle ranging from -60°C to +120°C without using nitrogen liquid. Its possible, however, do a couple of modification to the thermal shroud so it could be used with a liquid nitrogen system to achieve cryogenic temperatures.
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