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Alexader Herzen

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Investigation of discharge chamber insulator relative erosion of stationary plasma thruster

Author Orekhov A.
Pages 33-38
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Keywords stationary plasma thruster, UV-spectrum, discharge chamber erosion
Abstract (summary) The results of investigations of relative erosion at different modes of the stationary plasma thruster operation are presented herein. The optimal parameters of thruster operation mode ensuring minimum erosion of the discharge chamber walls are defined herein.
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