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The Call for Papers is now open!

Deadline November 1st, 2022

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Original papers are solicited on the following critical areas of research and engineering.

Each paper will be selected through its abstract emphasizing the topic and interest of the presentation. All abstract submissions will be assessed by members of the Technical Committee concerned.

Then, the selected contributors will be requested to submit online the full paper.

All accepted and presented communications will be published in the online proceedings.

PhD’s papers are particularly appreciated.

We remind all submitters that papers and presentations should not resemble a company, service or production sales pitch. Space Propulsion is a scientific Conference which promotes scientific research.

DETAILED LIST OF TOPICS TO BE ADRESSED FOR SP2022

SP2022 Technical Committees are soliciting abstracts on the following topics:

(some sub-topics include a non-exhaustive list of more detailed themes as guidance for abstract submission)

List of topics to be adressed for the SP2022 Conference 

SPACECRAFT PROPULSION
1.
Chemical spacecraft propulsion systems
2.
Electrical spacecraft propulsion systems
3.
Advanced spacecraft propulsion systems
4.
Propulsion components
5.
Integrated & miniaturised modules or sub assemblies
6.
Production, manufacturing, material & processes
7.
Development and qualification programs
8.
Overview of current programmes (requirements, roadmaps, solutions)
9.
AIV issues and tools (facilities diagnostics, methodologies)
10.
Flight testing and experience (operations, lessons learned, feedback from in flight failure and anomalies, satellite passivation and deorbiting strategies)
11.
Technology building blocks for future spacecraft propulsion systems including exploration
12.
Green Propulsion & New Propellants for spacecraft (ongoing programmes and applications, R&D)
13.
Rocket propulsion & global environment (REACH, impact of new regulations)
14.
Cost-related aspects of spacecraft propulsion
15.
Flow and Systems Modelling (all propulsion systems design and performance evaluation)
16.
EP Thruster Plasma Modelling (inside thruster and interaction with s/c)
17.
Theoretical performance vs status of technology: how to push the limits (materials, design solutions, efficiency/specific weight, energy generation cycles, etc)
18.
Game changers (constellations, small sats, private initiatives, additive manufacturing use…)
19.
Reusability
20.
LEAN principles applied in Space Propulsion (low volume)
21.
Synergies between spacecraft and launcher propulsion developments
PROPULSION FOR SPACE TRANSPORTATION
22.
Propulsion sub-systems and components (turbo machinery, thrust chambers, nozzles, LH2 fluid bearings, open impeller integration in turbo pumps, etc)
23.
Production and manufacturing issues (large boosters, components, etc)
24.
Liquid, Solid, Hybrid, Gel and Air-breathing Propulsion Systems for Launcher and Upper Stages (full expander cycle vs expander bleed cycle: advantages and limits, rocket engine reliability estimation, composite casing experience and future evolutions, idle mode or high throttling mode of rocket engines)
25.
Overview of current programmes (requirements, roadmaps, solutions)
26.
AIV issues and tools (facilities diagnostics, methodologies, telemetry and other advance measurement techniques)
27.
Flight testing and experience (operations, lessons learned, feedback from in flight failure and anomalies, satellite passivation and deorbiting strategies)
28.
Technology building blocks for Future Space Transportation Propulsion Systems: Launchers, Exploration platforms & Space Tourism (cryogenic long term storage in space, fluid transfer, etc)
29.
Green Propulsion & New Propellants for Space Transportation (ongoing programmes and applications, R&D)
30.
Rocket propulsion & global environment (REACH, impact of new regulations, dismantling of unused SRMs)
31.
Low Cost Access to Space, including operation aspects
32.
Modelling (CFD & validation of cryogenic, liquid, solid, hybrid; application to rocket engines, fluid management in micro gravity, combustion instabilities etc)
33.
Pressure-Thrust oscillations issues (in-flight measurements, multi-physics coupling modelling, etc)
34.
Impact of new requirements and regulations on design (debris mitigation, REACH, ...)
35.
Health monitoring
Special topic with EUCASS
36.
In Situ Resources Utilization (ISRU) and Propulsion

ADVICE TO AUTHORS 

The main purpose of the abstract is to give the Programme Committee information to assist them in selecting the papers to be presented at the Conference.

  • The selected papers will be presented in a 20 minutes speech at the Conference (included 5 minutes for Q&A). Speakers are required to be present on site. No remote virtual presentation will be authorized
  • An abstract will be selected based on the importance and originality of the subject addressed, on its relevance to the conference theme, on the clarity of its expression. We remind all submitters that papers and presentations should not resemble a company, service or production sales pitch. Space Propulsion is a scientific Conference which promotes scientific research.
  • The abstract should be a “stand alone” summary that can be used in the compilation of abstracts.
  • The abstract should be in English and no longer than 500 words.
  • The abstract should summarize the main objectives of the paper to be presented and outline its conclusions.
  • Work that has been presented elsewhere, and not updated, will be considered inappropriate.
  • Notification by the Technical Committees will be accompanied by detailed instructions allowing authors to prepare and make the online submission of their full paper.
  • Failure to comply with the deadlines and instructions required will entail not having the manuscript selected and included in the conference proceedings.
  • You have to be registered through your personal account in order to manage all your personal data and abstracts submission.
  • You can choose one of your co-authors as presenter instead of you, but she/he will be invited to create a personal account too.
  • Take a look at the full  Call for Papers and
     
    before Monday, November 1, 2021.
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