TEC-EES Final Presentation Days 2010


1-2 February, 2010


Room Newton-1 and Einstein

ESA/ESTEC

Noordwijk, The Netherlands



 Registration is closed. For further information please contact Hugh Evans.
The presentations will be made available shortly as PDF files.


Agenda

Monday 1st February, 2010

ESTEC/Newton-1

Time Duration Presenter Title
13:00 10 ESA - E. Daly Introduction 
13:10 45 IPM/EADS Development of standard EUV and plasma Monitor

 
13:55 20 TRAD Harmonisation of geometry description in space environment analysis 
14:15 30 QinetiQ Geant4 Updates and Maintenance 
14:45 30   Coffee
15:15 90 QinetiQ, SpaceIT, TRAD Rapid Reverse Monte Carlo for Dose and SEE
  
16:45 30 DHC MC-SCREAM implementation 
17:15   ESA - E. Daly Discussions and Wrap-Up

Tuesday 2nd February, 2010

ESTEC/Einstein

Time Duration Presenter Title
09:00 60 ONERA/QinetiQ/UoS/CNES MEO Energetic Electron Environment Models 
10:00 30 PSI Monochromator for Electron β Sources 
10:30 30   Coffee
11:00 45 ONERA/Artenum Time-Dependent Simulator of Charge and Discharge 
11:45 45 ISARS/NOA SREM Solar Particle Event Scientific Analysis 
12:30 30 BIRA SEPEM status report 
13:00 60   Lunch
14:00 45 Etamax Upgrade of ESABASE2/DEBRIS 
14:45 45 Etamax Rapid Prototyping of Space Environment Tools  
15:30 30   Coffee
16:00 45 IRF/DHC Open Data Interface 
16:45 30 BIRA SPENVIS upgrade - status report 
17:15 30 ESA - E. Daly Discussions and Wrap-Up
17:45      

Abstracts

SEPEM - Solar Energetic Particle Environment Modelling -BIRA/IASB

SEPEM Output Plots

 

The ESA Solar Energetic Particle Environment Modelling (SEPEM) project is currently under development and this presentation highlights the work done so far and upcoming developments. The full release of SEPEM will take place during the second half of 2010. The main objectives of SEPEM are:

  • Create new engineering models and tools to address current and future needs.
  • To simulate past events and future scenarios SEPEM moves beyond mission integrated fluence statistics to peak flux statistics and durations of high flux periods.
  • Integrate effects tools to allow calculation of single event upset rate and radiation background for a variety of scenarios.
  • Improve existing physics-based shock-particle propagation models to predict the expected event-time profiles at non-Earth locations [SOLPENCO2].
  • Creation of a standard solar energetic particle dataset.
  • Creation of a user-friendly webserver with access to the models being developed under this project.

ESABASE 2 - eta-max

ESABASE2, ESA's standard tool for space environment analysis was further enhanced by new analysis capabilities. In addition to the known capability for meteoroid and debris damage and risk assessment new features were added:
  • Sunlight application, providing the energy influx from the Sun, the planetary albedo, and the planetary infrared
  • Atmosphere/Ionosphere applications (the former Atomic Oxygen application with the latest atmosphere and ionosphere models)
  • Interface to COMOVA, the Contamination Analysis, Outgassing and Vent Analysis tool developed by ONERA for ESA.