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Planning of ground-based measuring complex facilities operation while ensuring space rocket launches

DOI 10.18127/j19998465-201907-06

Keywords:

S.Yu. Kraevaya - Chief Specialist, Department for Quality and Reliability of Terrestrial Space Infrastructure of Center for Operation of Space Ground Based in Infrastructure (Moscow)
E-mail: ks.tsenki@gmail.com
A.V. Kuimov - Head of the Test Department, Main Test Space Center named after G.S. Titov (Krasnoznamensk, Moscow region)
E-mail: 82m_proton@mail.ru


In the present work a study on efficient planning of ground measuring complex. Identified problematic aspect of collection of mea-surement information in information providing rockets for space applications, justifying the need for a rational planning of ground measuring complex in a significant increase in the number parameters of the launch vehicles, the limited resources of data transfer, availability of information redundancy and overload the telemetry data irrelevant data. The formalization of the problem of rational planning of the work means, a list of parameters comprising a region of initial data for carrying out search procedures, rational planning, determined a list of desired variable parameters defined indicators and criteria of quality of work plan of ground measuring complex, while ensuring the launch of a space rocket. To solve this problem developed the technique of rational resource allocation of the transmission channels of telemetry data between the ground tracking stations, different from the existing two-step search procedures and calculations using the new measure of the «load factor telemetry lines». The method is based on a complex mathematical descriptions of the processes of transmission of telemetry information. Surveying is carried out using the mathematical apparatus of sequential optimization, which is implemented in the method using a separate search for rational values of variable parameters comprising a graph of switching ground measurement stations in telemetric communication lines and calculation of the channel bandwidth transmit telemetry data from ground measurement stations. Structurally-logic scheme of the developed methodology implements a two-step search procedures and calculations, which allows rational allocation of limited resources bandwidth multichannel telemetry communication lines, adapted to the flow of telemetry messages from ground measurement stations. The use of new partial indicator – «load factor telemetry lines» – allows you to limit the search for rational values of the channel bandwidth transmit telemetry data to the problem of linear integer programming. Output results of search is used to generate making use of channels of telemetry data transmission, while ensuring the launch of a space rocket.
During the practical studies carried out testing of the developed methodology, a plan for the use of channels of telemetry information and assessed. The empirical dependence of rational resource allocation bandwidth of telemetry communication lines, while ensuring the launches of the different types of space rockets, which served as the basis for recommendations for the rational allocation of resources when planning the ground measurement complex, as well as to establish a ground measuring complex of perspective space rockets.

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