Design of onboard cable network of the spacecraft for the formation of geoinformation systems
Efficiency of the use of geoinformation systems in industry is formed in many respects: in updating and replenishment of the topographic base for the territorial objects of enterprises; Monitoring compliance with the boundaries of allotments and nature protection zones; quality environmental monitoring; complex mapping of geological formations in the system of mineral exploration; in the planning of capital construction and the creation of infrastructure communications. Digital technologies can significantly reduce the production time and reduce its costs, and digital modeling of processes significantly reduces the number of field tests and experiments. The development of new methods of technical and economic audit predetermines the need to create and justify the most common and objective criteria and evaluation indicators at the design stage of satellite equipment. In order to increase the service life of space vehicles, it is proposed to calculate the possible consequences of electrostatic discharges at the design design stage and provide recommendations for reducing their negative impact. In the studies, a new method for calculating interference from electrostatic discharges in the on-board cable network of spacecrafts is considered. The method makes it possible to reduce the complexity of calculating the spreading of currents along the surface of spacecraft by 2-3 orders of magnitude. The method is based on the idea of building macromodels built on the basis of explicit and implicit methods of Euler. The error in the application of the method is 1%, which is quite acceptable at the stage of preliminary design.