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Progress in a physical approach to contamination in Europe
Author(s): Jean-François Roussel; Emilie Vanhove; Eudes Grosjean; Delphine Faye; Guillaume Rioland; Riccardo Rampini; Orcun Ergincan
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Paper Abstract

Contamination modeling in Europe has long been based on physical mechanisms, such as desorption. However other physical mechanisms, such as diffusion, evaporation or mixing effects exist. These alternative mechanisms were experimentally evaluated and modelled. It was yet observed that, without an experimental capability to reliably separate the (re)emitted chemical species, it is very difficult to determine whether the modeling and its underlying physical mechanisms are representative of reality, or simply a mathematical fit of reality. This is the reason why in the last years emphasis was put on the experimental separation of species, mostly through TGA/MS coupling. This paper presents a review of these efforts and promising results on species separation to reach a really physical modeling of outgassing, deposition/reemission and UV synergy.

Paper Details

Date Published: 19 September 2018
PDF: 10 pages
Proc. SPIE 10748, Systems Contamination: Prediction, Control, and Performance 2018, 1074809 (19 September 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2320013
Show Author Affiliations
Jean-François Roussel, ONERA (France)
Emilie Vanhove, ONERA (France)
Eudes Grosjean, ONERA (France)
Delphine Faye, CNES/CST (France)
Guillaume Rioland, CNES/CST (France)
Riccardo Rampini, ESA/ESTEC (Netherlands)
Orcun Ergincan, ESA/ESTEC (Netherlands)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 10748:
Systems Contamination: Prediction, Control, and Performance 2018
Carlos E. Soares; Eve M. Wooldridge; Bruce A. Matheson, Editor(s)

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