Luca Chiabò

  • Nationality: Italian
  • Funding entity: PIPF UC3M

PhD Thesis

Emissive Langmuir Probe Theory with Application to Low Work Function Electrodynamic Tethers

Supervisors

Gonzalo Sanchez-Arriaga (UC3M)

Abstract

Focus of the research is modelling the interaction between Langmuir/emissive probes and the plasma environment. The main goal is to extend the Orbital Motion Theory (OMT) to tape geometries, which are favourable for Low Work-function Tethers (LWTs) applications for deorbiting satellites at the end of life.

Project participation

E.T.PACK – Electrodynamic Tether Technology for Passive Consumable-less Deorbit Kit.

H2020 FET Open. Grant number: 828902

Research Stays

Institutions:Los Alamos National Laboratory
Department/Group: LANL–Applied Math.&Plasma Physics
Host: Gian Luca Delzanno
Period: from to December 2021 to March 2022

Doctoral Meetings 2021-2022

PhD Aerospace Engineering Doctoral Meetings 21-22 – L. Chiabò

Doctoral Meetings 2020-2021

PhD Aerospace – Doctoral Meetings 20-21- L. Chiabó

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