M.Sc. Francisco Javier Guerrero Gonzalez

Postadresse:
Technische Universität München
Professur für Lunare und Planetare Explorationstechnologien (Prof. Reiß)
Lise-Meitner-Str. 9-11
85521 Ottobrunn

Telefon: +49 89 289-16016
Raum:  5506.02.617, 9377.02.201
E-Mail: f.guerrero@tum.de

ORCID: 0000-0002-2468-4481
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Forschungsschwerpunkt

Veröffentlichungen

2023

Guerrero-Gonzalez, F. J. & Zabel, P. (2023). System analysis of an ISRU production plant: Extraction of metals and oxygen from lunar regolith. Acta Astronautica, vol. 203, pp. 187–201. doi:10.1016/j.actaastro.2022.11.050.

2023

Guerrero-Gonzalez, F. J. & Reiss, P. (2023). Holistic system modeling: Towards the design of scalable ISRU architectures. Space Resources Week. [Download poster]

2022

Guerrero-Gonzalez, F. J. (2022). Vacuum distillation: Obtaining useful metal alloys from reduced lunar regolith. 1st International Conference on Advanced Manufacturing for Air, Space and Land Transportation.

2021

Guerrero-Gonzalez, F. J. (2021). Analysis of an In-Situ Material Production Concept for Potential Thermal Applications in a Lunar Mission. Master's thesis. Technical University of Munich. [Download manuscript]

Studienarbeiten

Im Folgenden sind alle von mir ausgeschriebenen und betreuten Bachelor- (BA), Semester- (SA) und Masterarbeiten (MA) aufegeführt. Falls du gerade eine Arbeit suchst aber keine für dich passende momentan augeschrieben ist, dann schreib mir einfach eine E-Mail.

Titel BA SA MA
Feasibility study of building photobioreactors on the Moon using lunar resources                                                                                                                                                                  X    

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MA

Conceptual design of deployable solar arrays to support space exploration missions on the lunar surface   X  
ISRULib: Parametric Analytical Modeling of H2/O2 Electrolysis, Liquefaction and Cryostorage X    
Development of a parametric sizing model for Molten Salt Electrolysis reactors to coproduce oxygen and metals on the Moon     X
Simulation framework to estimate heat losses of a high-temperature payload on the lunar surface X    
ISRULib: Parametric Analytical Modeling of Regolith Excavation and Handling Hardware   X  
Development of a vacuum distillation model for the recovery of metal alloys and recycling of molten salts from reduced lunar regolith     X

Modeling, Simulation and Comparison of Lunar Thermal Water Extraction Methods for Space Resource Utilization

 

 

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