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TOMSK, Jul 23 –
RIA Tomsk. Scientists of Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU)
to present a material for the protection of satellites electronics from
radiation in the finals of the National Contest for Innovative Aerospace
Projects Sky.tech within the framework of the business program of the
International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2021, the university's press
Earlier it was
informed that TPU scientists developed and patented the technology of producing
light and strong composite for protection of electronics of space satellites.
The basis of the composite is an aluminum and magnesium alloy (65%), the rest
is light boron carbide and tungsten nanoparticles. The material can withstand
high mechanical loads and temperature fluctuations from minus 200 to plus 200
of scientists from the Division for Materials Sciences of Tomsk Polytechnic
University participates in the finals of the National Contest for Innovative
Aerospace Projects Sky.tech. It takes place within the framework of the
business program of the XV International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2021.
Polytechnics will present a material for protection of electronics of
satellites from radiation," the report said.
It is noted that
the contest is held by the Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute named after N.E.
Zhukovsky. Universities, scientific organizations and enterprises with
promising results of research and developments in the aerospace industry take
part in it annually. This year the prize fund is 950 thousand rubles.
According to the
MAKS-2021 website, the organizers of the Salon are the Ministry of Industry and
Trade of the Russian Federation and Rostec State Corporation. The event is held
every two years and includes an exhibition of achievements of Russian aerospace
complex and a fair of the latest aviation equipment of the leading countries of