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Vertical Profiling of Atmospheric Ozone. Critical Design Review Western State College of Colorado Sarah Kampf Keith Nunn Brian Webb 04/02/04. Overview. Mission Description Mission Goals System Requirements System Overview Mass Budget Project Organization Budget Schedule.

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Vertical profiling of atmospheric ozone

Vertical Profiling of Atmospheric Ozone

Critical Design Review

Western State College of Colorado

Sarah Kampf

Keith Nunn

Brian Webb

04/02/04


Overview
Overview

  • Mission Description

  • Mission Goals

  • System Requirements

  • System Overview

  • Mass Budget

  • Project Organization

  • Budget

  • Schedule


Mission description
Mission Description

  • To Design and Build a Light Weight, Energy Efficient Photometer

  • To Obtain a Vertical Profile of Ozone Concentration as a Function of Altitude


Mission goals and nasa benefits
Mission Goals and NASA Benefits

  • To Develop an Understanding of Ozone Concentration as a Function of Altitude

  • To Develop a Cost Effective Method to Measure Ozone Concentration as a Function of Altitude

  • To Develop a Clear Understanding of

    Photometric Analysis

  • Demonstrates ability to measure ozone profile in a Mars-like environment


System requirements
System Requirements

  • Low Pressure Mercury Lamp

    • Emission Spectrum Includes a line at 253.7nm

  • Interference Filter Centered at 253.7nm

    • Shield Photodiode Detector From Ambient Light

  • Fans Placed at Inlet and Outlet to Ensure Adequate Sampling

  • Ozone Concentration Measured Continuously as a Function of Altitude

  • Temperature and Pressure Measurements Recorded During Flight

  • All Data Stored on Board Using a HOBO Data Acquisition System



Mass budget
Mass Budget

  • 2129cm2 Plexiglas =1000g

  • Mercury Lamp = 115g

  • Two Fans = 41g

  • HOBO = 27g

  • Mirror = 13g

  • Two Detectors = 82g

  • Three Solar Panels = 84g

  • Six Volt Power Source = 92g

  • Optical Filter = 4g

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  • Total Mass =1458g


Power budget
Power Budget

  • Low Pressure Mercury Lamp 4 Watts


Budget
Budget

  • Corona Discharge Ozone Generator (Calibration) = $ 120.00

  • 30L Liquid Nitrogen (Calibration) = $ 30.00

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  • Calibration Sub Total = $ 150.00

  • Light Source = $ 50.00

  • Two Fans = $ 10.00

  • HOBO Data Acquisition System = $ 80.00

  • Pressure Sensor = $ 250.00

  • Two Ultraviolet Detectors = $ 160.00

  • Three Photovoltaic Panels = $ 20.00

  • Optical Filter = $ 100.00

  • Lucite - 3000cm2 = $ 10.00 ----------------

  • Instrument Sub Total = $ 680.00

  • Project Total = $ 830.00


Project organization
Project Organization

  • Team Members

    • Keith Nunn

    • Sarah Kampf

    • Brian Webb

    • In Memory of Mike Roberts 1982-2004

  • Faculty Advisor

    • Dr. Theodore Violett


Schedule
Schedule

  • Complete instrument design - 04/07/2004

  • Complete instrument assembly - 04/15/2004

  • Complete instrument calibration - 05/01/2004

  • On site visit - 07/2004

  • Launch - 08/07/2004


Special thanks
Special Thanks

  • Dr. Theodore Violett (Western State College)

  • Dr. Dale Orth (Western State College)

  • Colorado Space Grant


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