Ing-Ind/05 Aerospace Equipments and Systems

The sector studies aeronautical and space systems as a whole and in the interaction and integration aspects of the sub-systems making up the configuration, in relation to the achievement of mission objectives. The sector also studies individual subsystems and on-board installations of aeronautical and space vehicles designed to ensure the operational life of the system (vehicle steering and control, production and distribution of power, avionics and on-board electronic systems, transmission and processing of information, thermal control and air conditioning, etc.) and the track-side equipment necessary for mission control and experimentation. These are aspects of the study: the definition of the functional architecture of the individual units and the project; the identification of components in functional terms; the influence on the system and subsystems of the external environment and dynamic interactions; the ground and in-flight experimentation of aeronautical and space systems; on-board instrumentation; guidance, navigation and control of the system; subsystems and ground instrumentation necessary for trajectory and orbit survey and data acquisition and transmission; methodologies, sub-systems and instrumentation necessary for special applications such as remote sensing. The sector uses specific methods of investigation, such as simulation for experimental, analytical and numerical modelling.

Teachers and researchers of the Sector

  • Luciano Iess - Professore Ordinario
  • Fabrizio Piergentili - Ricercatore

Presentation of the main results of recent research activities

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