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Lunar Exploration Transportation System (LETS). MAE 491 / 492 2008 IPT Design Competition Instructors: Dr. P.J. Benfield and Dr. Matt Turner Team Frankenstein Final Review Presentation 4/29/08. Team Disciplines. The University of Alabama in Huntsville Team Leader: Matt Isbell

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lunar exploration transportation system lets

Lunar Exploration Transportation System (LETS)

MAE 491 / 492

2008 IPT Design Competition

Instructors: Dr. P.J. Benfield and Dr. Matt Turner

Team Frankenstein

Final Review Presentation

4/29/08

team disciplines
Team Disciplines
  • The University of Alabama in Huntsville
    • Team Leader: Matt Isbell
    • Structures: Matthew Pinkston and Robert Baltz
    • Power: Tyler Smith
    • Systems Engineering: Kevin Dean
    • GN&C: Joseph Woodall
    • Thermal: Thomas Talty
    • Payload / Communications: Chris Brunton
    • Operations: Audra Ribordy
  • Southern University
    • Mobility: Chase Nelson and Eddie Miller
  • ESTACA
    • Sample Return: Kim Nguyen and Vincent Tolomio
agenda
Agenda
  • GN&C
  • Communications
  • Payload
  • Power
  • Thermal
  • Conclusions
  • Questions
  • Project Office
  • Systems Engineering
  • The Need
  • The Requirements
  • The Solution
  • Performance
  • Operations
  • Structures
the solution
The Solution

1) Attached to the attitude control system, Cyclops starts descent

2) Penetrators are dispersed into Shackleton Crater

3-4) Cyclops continues descent

5) Cyclops lands outside Shackleton Crater

  • Attitude control system detaches from Cyclops

7) Cyclops drops off single site box, receives data from the penetrators, then begins to rove

structures

Before Deployment

Structures
  • Materials
    • Aluminum 6061 – T6
    • Carbon Fiber Composite
  • System Specifications (Main)
    • 6 Wheel Rocker Bogie Mobility System
      • 13 in. Outer Diameter Wheels (Aluminum Construction-6061 T6)
      • Aluminum construction (6061 T6)
      • Maxon EC 60 Brushless DC motor (60mm) x 6
    • Single Site Box
      • Max Width-60.793 in.
      • Max Length-27.09 in.
      • Max Height- 14 in.
    • Sample Return Vehicle
      • Max Diameter- 9 in.
      • Max Height- 13 in.
    • Camera
      • Dimensions- 12 x 8 x 6
    • Main Chassis
      • Dimensions- 60.793 x 60.793 x 14 in.
      • Aluminum Frame
      • Carbon composite exterior
      • MLI Insulation
    • Scoop Arm
      • Max Reach- 68in.

After Deployment