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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anton Egorov
The Automated System of Calculation and Assessment of Radiation Firmness of Electronic Modules of Onboard Systems Space Devices
Computer Systems and Networks
(Master’s programme)
2017
Now, the exploitation of most scientific and military developments is impossible without the analysis of data using space systems. A wide range of space factors influence spacecraft during space flight, one of them is cosmic radiation that affects the durability and performance of on-board radio electronic systems of spacecraft and can lead to a change in the operational properties of the materials of the spacecraft systems and radiation failures. In this final qualifying work, the implementation of the automated system of calculation and assessment of radiation firmness of electronic modules of onboard systems space devices. The final qualification work consists of eighty pages and besides the introduction, conclusion and list of literature contains three chapters: the theoretical part, the special part of the design and technological part.

The first chapter examines the external factors affecting outer space, the mechanisms of radiation exposure, provides an overview of the existing software for assessing radiation resistance. The second chapter is a description of the structure of the software and the automated methodology for ensuring radiation resistance, an overview of the chosen language and programming environment. Description of the structure and operation of the developed software that implements an automated method for calculating radiation resistance is described in the third chapter.

The conclusion contains all the key points of the software development, and the results are presented.

Key words: radiation resistance, reliability, space equipment, electronic modules.

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