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Alternative TitleInfluence of Magnetic Component Distribution of Satellite on Eliminating Remanant Magnetic Field by Gradient Method
周斌; 王劲东
Source Publication中国空间科学技术
Keyword双探头梯度法 剩磁 磁洁净 磁场探测 卫星平台
Other AbstractError coefficient of dual probe gradient method can reach 0.5 to 0.3 in engineering, that means only 50% to 70% of the satellite remanence interference can be eliminated. The principle of the dual probe gradient method was presented to eliminate satellite remanence and the sources of dual probe gradient method error were investigated. Furthermore, the influence of the satellite remanence component distribution on the magnetic core was analyzed. And the key role of positional relationship between the magnetic core and dual probe on the dual probe gradient method was described. Under the condition that the magnetic core position was determined and the dual probe installation direction pointed to the core, the errors of the dual probe gradient method was minimized.Simulation results show that the dual probe gradient method error coefficient can decrease from 0.4 to 0.03 or less by optimizing remanence component distribution and dual probe installation location.
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周斌,王劲东. 卫星磁部件分布对梯度法消除剩磁的影响分析[J]. 中国空间科学技术,2013,33(5):29-34.
APA 周斌,&王劲东.(2013).卫星磁部件分布对梯度法消除剩磁的影响分析.中国空间科学技术,33(5),29-34.
MLA 周斌,et al."卫星磁部件分布对梯度法消除剩磁的影响分析".中国空间科学技术 33.5(2013):29-34.
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