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Home Industrial Technologies Technologies for the Manufacturing of Antenna/Waveguide Devices and Solar Concentrators

Technologies for the Manufacturing of Antenna/Waveguide Devices and Solar Concentrators


Multipurpose use of electroforming (current-induced crystallization of a metal from a super-saturated near-cathode electrolyte layer). The surface of the electrodeposit is a precise replica of that of the matrix cathode, and a large number of identical products with a high-quality reflective surface can be made.

Innovative Aspect and Main Advantages

High manufacturing accuracy, small mass, con-trolled uniformity of the material distribution in the electrodeposit (structural homogeneity of the material). Possibility of making complex-structure antenna/waveguide deices and solar concentrating systems, which cannot be made by other technologies. Assurance of the required strength, stiffness and longevity. The technologies fall into wasteless and energy- saving ones. Solar concentrator (made at the Institute of Technical Mechanics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and the National Space Agency of Ukraine) at the Heliocenter of the Institute for Problems in Materials Science of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Katsiveli, the Crimea, Ukraine).

Areas of Application

In the development of space antenna/waveguide devices, radio astronomy devices and solar plants. Parabolic mirror antennas and solar concentrators Diameter 0.5÷1.6 m, variable thickness 0.2÷0.5 mm. Parabolic solar concentrator or mirror antenna (variable thickness (2.5÷4)·10-4 m, diameter 1.6 m, mass 8 kg) and the apparatus to make them.


Transfer of documentation for methods of manufacturing of antenna/waveguide devices and solar concentrating systems including
(a) flowcharts specifying the operation sequence and operating conditions (temperature, electrolyte composition, etc.);
(b) design and production documentation for products and equipment.

Development of processes for the manufacturing of new complex products (seamless pipes, diaphragms, bellows, floats for oil storage metering systems).

Contact Details

Institute of Technical Mechanics of NASU and NSAU
Contact person: Prof., Head of Department, Vadim S. Gudramovich
Address: 15, Leshko-Popelya str., 49005, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine
Tel.: (+38 0562) 472 644
Fax: (+38 0562) 473 413
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


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