Stress and Thermal Analysis of CubeSat Structure

@article{Athirah2014StressAT,
  title={Stress and Thermal Analysis of CubeSat Structure},
  author={Nurul Athirah and M. Afendi and Ku Hafizan and Nasrul Amri Mohd Amin and Mohd Shukry Abdul Majid},
  journal={Applied Mechanics and Materials},
  year={2014},
  volume={554},
  pages={426 - 430}
}
This paper presents the stress and thermal analysis on the CubeSat structure to study the survivability of the CubeSat during the launching process or operating condition at the orbit is presented. Various design of mechanical structures were analyzed to determine the best design for different mission requirements. Analysis on the temperature of the batteries will be conducted as it is one of the most critical components that must operate in the required temperature to avoid failure of the… 
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