Development of a computer-controlled instrumentation for a thermal vacuum chamber
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In this thesis, a Tenney Space jr. Thermal Vacuum Chamber (TVAC) was modified in a way that allows complete control of the system and the performance of tests under space specifications by computer. To achieve this, both computer hardware and software were installed and modified and additional mechanical connectors were designed and installed. A large series of tests throughout all phases of this project was performed to test the equipment, to learn about the TVAC controls and to prove that the system is fully operational after the changes.
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