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16 September 2004 Requirements formulation and dynamic jitter analysis on Fourier-Kelvin stellar interferometer
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The Fourier-Kelvin Stellar Interferometer (FKSI) has been proposed to detect and characterize extra solar giant planets. The baseline configuration for FKSI is a two-aperture, structurally connected nulling interferometer, capable of providing null depth less than 10-4 in the infrared. The objective of this paper is to summarize the process for setting the top level requirements and the jitter analysis performed on FKSI to date. The first part of the paper discusses the derivation of dynamic stability requirements, necessary for meeting the FKSI nulling demands. An integrated model including structures, optics, and control systems has been developed to support dynamic jitter analysis and requirements verification. The second part of the paper describes how the integrated model is used to investigate the effects of reaction wheel disturbances on pointing and optical path difference stabilities.
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T. Tupper Hyde, Kuo-Chia Liu, Carl Blaurock, Jeff Bolognese, Joseph M. Howard, and William Danchi "Requirements formulation and dynamic jitter analysis on Fourier-Kelvin stellar interferometer", Proc. SPIE 5497, Modeling and Systems Engineering for Astronomy, (16 September 2004); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.552186
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