山田 哲哉 YAMADA Tetsuya

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宇宙研究開発機構・宇宙科学研究所 ISAS (2015年 CiNii収録論文より)

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  • S1910105 Crushable Structure for Landing on Planets  [in Japanese]

    YAMADA Tetsuya , TANNO Hideyuki , KITAZONO Kouichi

    Landing shock absorption by crushable structure is advantageous for compact parachute-less capsules or planetary probes to carry out planetary landing at the final phase of the long term missions, whe …

    The Proceedings of Mechanical Engineering Congress, Japan 2015(0), _S1910105--_S1910105-, 2015

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  • S191015 Experimental and Numerical Simulation of Reentry Flight State Estimation  [in Japanese]

    YAMADA Tetsuya , 小林 信貴 , UENO Seiya , TAN'NO Hideyuki

    The reentering capsule with super-orbital velocity in manned space flight missions such as return from the lunar orbit, or from asteroids requires lifting entry in order to restrict deceleration and h …

    The Proceedings of Mechanical Engineering Congress, Japan 2013(0), _S191015-1-_S191015-4, 2013

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  • S191015 A Study on Skip Entry of the Lifting-flight Capsule with Super-orbital Velocity  [in Japanese]

    YAMADA Tetsuya , KAWANO Isao , TAN'NO Hideyuki

    The reentering capsule with super-orbital velocity in manned space flight missions such as return from the lunar orbit, or from asteroids require lifting entry in order to restrict deceleration and he …

    The Proceedings of Mechanical Engineering Congress, Japan 2012(0), _S191015-1-_S191015-4, 2012

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  • Technology and Reentry Flight of Hayabusa Sample return Capsule  [in Japanese]

    YAMADA Tetsuya , ISHII Nobuaki , INATANI Yoshifumi , YAMADA Kazuhiko , HIRAKI Koju

    Aeronautical and Space Sciences Japan 60(5), 192-197, 2012

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  • Development Study of "Hayabusa" Asteroid Sample Return Capsule  [in Japanese]

    INATANI Yoshifumi , 石井 信明 , 山田 哲哉 , 平木 講儒 , 藤田 和央 , 本田 雅久 , 寺本 進 , 大津 広敬 , 中北 和之 , 山崎 喬 , 鈴木 宏二郎 , 小紫 公也 , 鈴木 俊之 , 沢田 恵介 , 安部 隆士 , 藤井 孝藏 , Yoshifumi Inatani , 宇宙科学研究所 , ISAS (Institute of Space and Astronautical Science):JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency)

    Nagare 30(3), 173-178, 2011-06-25

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  • What Hayabusa SRC has Transported to the Earth : Asteroid Sample and more…  [in Japanese]

    YAMADA Tetsuya

    Journal of the Society of Mechanical Engineers 114(1108), 186-187, 2011

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  • S1904-2-2 Reentry Flight and Recovery Operation of the Hayabusa Sample-Return Capsule  [in Japanese]

    YAMADA Tetsuya , YAMADA Kazuhiko , KUNINAKA Hitoshi , KAWAGUCHI Jun'ichiro

    Hayabusa Sample Return Capsule (SRC) has accomplished reentry flight directly from the interplanetary-transfer orbit with velocity of about 12 km/s and successfully recovered on June 14, 2010. The SRC …

    The proceedings of the JSME annual meeting 2010.5(0), 429-430, 2010

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  • S1904-1-3 Aerothermodynamic characteristics of lifting capsule model in high enthalpy flow  [in Japanese]

    TANNO Hideyuki , KOMURO Tomoyuki , SATO Kazuo , KODERA Masatoshi , TAKAHASHI Masahiro , ITOH Katsuhiro , YAMADA Tetsuya

    Measurement technique enhancement program for high-enthalpy shock tunnel HIEST has been under going for the next five-year plan in JAXA. One of the focus of this program is accuracy evaluation of heat …

    The proceedings of the JSME annual meeting 2009.5(0), 289-290, 2009

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  • S1904-1-2 Reentry Flight of the Hayabusa Sample Return Capsule and Fireball Radiation Observation  [in Japanese]

    YAMADA Tetsuya , SUZUKI Toshiyuki , Chiba Yuji , Satoh Tetsuya

    Hayabusa sample return capsule (SRC) enters the earth atmosphere directly from the interplanetary transfer orbit with velocity over 12 km/s. Due to the extremely high aerodynamic heating up to 15 MW/m …

    The proceedings of the JSME annual meeting 2009.5(0), 287-288, 2009

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  • 4013 Reentry Right of the Super-orbital Capsule with Slight Lift  [in Japanese]

    YAMADA Tetsuya , Tan'no Hideyuki

    Reentry flight with super-orbital directly from lunar transfer orbit is investigated here taking account of the safety of the crues even in case of contingency. Issues associated with atmospheric flig …

    The proceedings of the JSME annual meeting 2008.5(0), 347-348, 2008

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  • 4012 Aerothermodynamic characteristics of aeroshell model with deceleron in high enthalpy flow  [in Japanese]

    TANNO Hideyuki , KOMURO Tomoyuki , SATO Kazuo , ITOH Katsuhiro , YAMADA Tetsuya , FUJITA Kazuhisa

    An aerodynamic force measurement technique was applied on the drag force measurement of the aeroshell re-entry configuration with decelerons. In the present technique, aerodynamic force was obtained a …

    The proceedings of the JSME annual meeting 2008.5(0), 345-346, 2008

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  • Plasma and the Flight Environment of the HAYABUSA Reentry Capsule  [in Japanese]

    YAMADA Tetsuya , ABE Takashi

    「はやぶさ」ミッションの最終フェーズでは,小惑星のサンプルを搭載した小型カプセルが地球大気への高速再突入を行う.過酷な空力加熱環境を通過し減速された後,高度約10kmでパラシュートを開傘・緩降下し,地上にて回収される予定である.約12km/sの高速で地球再突入するカプセルが曝される空力加熱環境は非常に過酷で,カプセルは内部の小惑星サンプル,搭載機器を保護しつつ地上に到達せねばならない.空力加熱環境 …

    Journal of plasma and fusion research 82(6), 368-374, 2006-06-25

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  • Study and Development of Asteroid Sample Return Capsule  [in Japanese]

    INATANI YOSHIFUMI , ISHII NOBUAKI , YAMADA TETSUYA , HIRAKI KOHJU

    Aeronautical and Space Sciences Japan 53(619), 248-255, 2005-08-05

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  • Microwave Discharge Ion Engines Onboard HAYABUSA Explorer  [in Japanese]

    KUNINAKA HITOSHI , HORIUCHI YASUO , NISHIYAMA KAZUTAKA , FUNAKI IKKOH , SHIMIZU YUKIO , YAMADA TETSUYA

    Aeronautical and Space Sciences Japan 53(618), 203-210, 2005-07-05

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  • Aerodynamics and Aerothermodynamics of Asteroid Sample Return Capsule  [in Japanese]

    INATANI Yoshifumi , ISHII Nobuaki , YAMADA Tetsuya , HIRAKI Kouju

    Journal of Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics 24(3), 297-305, 2005-06-25

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  • Optical Tracking of the Reentry Capsule  [in Japanese]

    YAMADA Tetsuya , YANO Hajime , UCHIDA Yuubu , ISHII Nobuaki , ABE Takashi , INATANI Yoshifumi , FUJITA Kazuhisa , YANAGISAWA Toshifumi , IJICHI Kouichi

    Normally, reentry bodies, even if they are to be recovered, are not equipped with onboard instruments such as transponders, which are useful for real-time position monitoring of the reentry bodies dur …

    JAXA research and development report JAXA-RR-04-045, 113-126, 2005-03

  • Research and Development of REV Ablator in Arc Windtunnel  [in Japanese]

    OKUYAMA Keiichi , KATO Sumio , YAMADA Tetsuya

    REV was the first reentry capsule developed through pure domestic technology and successfully recovered. REV is thermally protected against the severe aerodynamic heating by carbon-phenolic ablator ma …

    JAXA research and development report JAXA-RR-04-045, 55-75, 2005-03

  • Reproduction of the Reentry Flight Environment based on the USERS Capsule Flight Data  [in Japanese]

    YAMADA Tetsuya , ISHII Nobuaki , MATSUDA Seiji

    In the final phase of the USERS mission, the REV capsule with orbital experiment samples made a reentry flight from the low earth orbit and was successfully recovered on the sea. Because the USERS REV …

    JAXA research and development report JAXA-RR-04-045, 13-19, 2005-03

  • 地球大気圏再突入環境におけるCFRPの熱化学的損耗  [in Japanese]

    奥山 圭一 , 加藤 純郎 , 山田 哲哉

    Tanso (219), 232-237, 2005

  • Design and Post-Flight Analysis of REV Thermal Protec-tion System  [in Japanese]

    KATO S. , KANNO Yoshitsugu , OKUYAMA Keiichi , UEGAKI Eiichi , YAMADA Tetsuya , SUZUKI Toshiyuki

    The re-entry capsule USERS/REV was successfully recovered in May 2003. REV has a heat shield system to protect inner equipments against the severe heating environment during the re-entry. The heat shi …

    JAXA Research and Development Report, 77-103, 2005

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