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CDR 2011. Windward Community College. Todd & Model Rocket. Project. Rocket: Leo Hano Payload: Hula-hoop. Characteristics . GPSFlight in nose cone Variable Drag Configuration (VDR) Four fin design Avionics Featherweight Raven-2 PerfectFlight MAWD Dual Deployment. Motor: L1300R

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Cdr 2011

CDR 2011

Windward Community College



Project
Project

Rocket:

Leo Hano

Payload:

Hula-hoop


Characteristics
Characteristics

  • GPSFlight in nose cone

  • Variable Drag Configuration (VDR)

  • Four fin design

  • Avionics

    • Featherweight Raven-2

    • PerfectFlight MAWD

  • Dual Deployment


  • Motor selection

    • Motor: L1300R

    • Thrust/Weight: 6.49

    • Total Impulse: 4567.0 N

    • Casing: RMS 98/5120

    • Average Thrust: 1300.0 N

    • Peak Thrust: 1,552.5 N

    • Burn Time: 3.5

    Motor Selection


    Flight Profile

    • Boost Phase

    • Coast Phase

    • Apogee

      • Drogue Deployed

    • Rapid Decent Phase

      • 82 ft/sec

    • Main Decent Phase

      • 22 ft/sec


    Parachutes
    Parachutes

    Main Chute

    • 144in (12 feet)

    • Decent Rate:22 feet per second

    Drogue Chute

    • 42in (3 and 1 half feet)

    • Decent Rate: 82 feet per second



    Recovery avionics block diagram
    Recovery Avionics Block Diagram


    Testing
    Testing

    • Model Rocket Launches: On going

      • Third Saturday of every month

  • Duel Deployment Avionics Test: February 26, 2011

  • Full Scale Low Power Launch (FSLP): March 13, 2011

  • FSLP Rain Date: March 20, 2011

    • K560

      • Altitude:1,930 feet

      • Max Speed: 299 feet/sec

      • Max Acceleration: 407 feet/sec/sec

      • Estimated Flight Duration: 3 minutes


  • Payload parts list hula hoop 1
    Payload Parts List - Hula-hoop 1

    • BS2pe Micro Controller

    • 12-bit ADC

      • Temperature sensor


    Hula-hoop 1 Block Diagram

    A/D

    BS2pe

    Temp Sensor


    Payload parts list hula hoop 2
    Payload Parts List – Hula-hoop 2

    • BS2p Micro Controller

    • EEPROM

    • 24-bit ADC

      • Temperature sensor

      • coil

    • 12-bit ADC

      • Temperature sensor

    • 3-axis accelerometer (for comparison)

    • Consists of one coil


    Hula-hoop 2 Design

    SPI Data Bus

    Accelerometer

    BS2p

    Coil # 1

    A/D #1

    2

    I C Bus

    Temp Sensor # 1

    EEPROM

    A/D #2

    Temp Sensor # 2


    Payload parts list hula hoop 3
    Payload Parts List – Hula-hoop 3

    • BS2p Micro Controller

    • Eight EEPROM

    • Three 24-bit ADC

      • Temperature sensor

      • coil

    • 12-bit ADC

      • Temperature sensor

    • 3-axis accelerometer (for comparison)

    • Consists of three perpendicular coils around a non-magnetic sphere


    Preliminary Design For Hula-hoop 3

    SPI Data Bus

    Accelerometer

    BS2p

    Coil # 1

    A/D #1

    Temp Sensor # 1

    Coil #2

    A/D #2

    2

    I C Bus

    Temp Sensor # 2

    Coil #3

    A/D #3

    Temp Sensor # 3

    EEPROM

    A/D #4

    Temp Sensor # 4


    Model Launch/Avionic Complete

    Rocket Complete

    Booster Complete

    FSLP Rain Date

    Avionics Test

    Model Launch

    USLI

    FSLP

    5

    Feb

    13

    19

    20

    5

    19

    12 - 18

    26

    March

    April

    Time Line


    Rocket construction time line
    Rocket Construction Time Line

    • Begin Construction: February 1

    • Booster Complete: February 5

    • Avionics Complete: February 19

    • Dual Deployment Avionics Test: February 26

    • Rocket Construction Complete: March 5



    Education outreach endeavors
    Education Outreach Endeavors

    • Community Outreach

      • Boys/girls Club etc.

      • Model Rocket Launches

    • School Involvement

      • Payload Projects

      • ARCHES

      • TARC

    • Military Involvement

      • Reach Across the Pacific

      • KMCAS

    • O’Lelo


    Mahalo

    Please don’t hate us because we live in Hawaii


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