Large Autonomous Spacecraft Electrical Power System (LASEPS)

Paper #:
  • 929330

Published:
  • 1992-08-03
Citation:
Dugal-Whitehead, N. and Johnson, Y., "Large Autonomous Spacecraft Electrical Power System (LASEPS)," SAE Technical Paper 929330, 1992, https://doi.org/10.4271/929330.
Pages:
5
Abstract:
NASA - Marshall Space Flight Center is creating a large high voltage electrical power system testbed called LASEPS. This testbed is being developed to simulate an end-to-end power system from power generation and source to loads. When the system is completed it will have several power configurations, which will include several battery configurations. These configurations are: two 120 V batteries, one or two 150 V batteries, and one 250 to 270 V battery. This breadboard encompasses varying levels of autonomy from remote power converters to conventional software control to expert system control of the power system elements. In this paper, the construction and provisions of this breadboard will be discussed.
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