The new experimental rack, built at the University of Brighton for 0 g missions, is travelling now to Bordeaux for the 66th ESA Parabolic Flight Campaign with two staff on board and two technicians.
This is the first UoB mission in microgravity with our own modular rack!
Photographs of the mission’s preparation can be found: http://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/hyhp/image-gallery/
You can also visit the youtube channel of the Project
and Facebook pages of Prof. Marengo:
Moreover we are going to prepare a media coverage during the flight week from 16th May.
EPSRC HyHP Project: Objectives, Working Plan and Deliverables, by Prof. Marco Marengo
Upgraded Pulsating Heat Pipe only for Space (U-PHOS): Results of the 22nd REXUS Sounding Rocket Campaign and Development of the ISS Prototype, by Dr Mauro Mameli
Hybrid Thermosyphon/Pulsating Heat Pipe: Ground and Microgravity Experiments, by Dr Daniele Mangini
Enhanced VOF-Simulations of Phase-changing Interfaces, by Dr Anastasios Georgoulas
LP Modeling of a Pulsating Heat Pipe, by Prof. Marco Marengo
The kick-off meeting of the EPSRC HyHP Research Project will be held in Brighton (room 808 in Cockcroft Building, Moulscoomb Campus). It will be an interaction between the academic and the industrial partners that support the Project. The Principal Investigator of the Project, Prof. Marco Marengo, will initially present the Objectives, the Working Plan and the Deliverables of the EPSRC HyHP Research Project. Presentations about the state-of-the-art of the three main brunches of the HyHP Project will also take place by Dr Mauro Mameli, Dr Daniele Mangini and Dr Anastasios Georgoulas (Co-investigator of the Project). Finally, the participants will also talk about the Project’s Timetable, the Applications and the Industrial Involvement and the Dissemination of the Project to the Public.
The agenda of the Kick-off meeting: The agenda-1ae21gp