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Effects of Gravitational and Radiate Stresses on Plants Growth for Space Travels

Iman Shafieenejad; Sharareh Ghasemi

Volume 2, Issue 4 , August 2019, Pages 1-5

Abstract
  Efforts to reach space is becoming widespread and of great interest to scientists and futurologists. in long time travels human beings are required to supply food in the form of growing plants. Growth of plants is dependent on abiotic environmental factors, such as various stresses. Therefore, abiotic ...  Read More

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Application and Introduction of Ceramic Nanocomposites

Maryam Sadat Ghavami Masouleh

Volume 2, Issue 4 , August 2019, Pages 7-16

Abstract
  This paper reviews the potential of polymer and ceramic matrix composites for aerospace/space vehicle applications.Special, unique, and multifunctional properties arising due to the dispersion of nanoparticles in ceramic and metal matrix are briefly discussed and classified based on aerospace applications.In ...  Read More

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Introducing Methods of Thrust Vector Control (TVC) System in Supersonic Aircraft

Mostafa Mahmoodi; Mohsen Shadravan; Mahmood Kashani

Volume 2, Issue 4 , August 2019, Pages 17-26

Abstract
  The methods of aircraft controlling such as missiles and airplanes have been based on the displacement of aerodynamic plates along the air flow path. A new method that has been studied seriously in recent years is a change in the direction of the output flow vector of the aircraft engine. Depending on ...  Read More

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Conceptual Design of the Spacecraft Attitude Control Based on the Plane Displacement of the Propulsion System

Amir Kargarnajafi; Mehran Ali Azizi

Volume 2, Issue 4 , August 2019, Pages 27-35

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   One of the important factors in the design of spacecraft is the efficient selection of spacecraft attitude control system. In some cases, due to the mission of spacecraft, several status control systems are used in combination. The achievement of practical and efficient methods as well as new methods ...  Read More

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Plants and Graviperception

Fateme Mousavi

Volume 2, Issue 4 , August 2019, Pages 37-42

Abstract
  Plants have different mechanisms for understanding and responding to environmental stimuli cues. Gravity is one of the most important directional environmental cues to control growth direction, that plants can permanently adapt to it. Gravitropism can be divided into four steps: 1) Perception of ...  Read More

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Human Spaceflight

Ahmadreza Aliakbari

Volume 2, Issue 4 , August 2019, Pages 43-53

Abstract
  The long-standing human desire to flight began with light balloons and planes. later, it was built and used to launch fast jets, missiles, and high-speed spaceships. As a result, human beings started to land and fly, as well as crossing the vast cores of the earth.there for, it was possible to know the ...  Read More