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Team Overview. Advisors . Mission Design and build a launch vehicle to reach an altitude of 5,280-Feet AGL Deploy Scientific payload Recover all components in a reusable condition. Faculty Advisor Dr. Kevin Cole. NAR/TRA Mentor Thomas Kernes. Management. Project Director

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team overview
Team Overview

Advisors

  • Mission
    • Design and build a launch vehicle to reach an altitude of 5,280-Feet AGL
    • Deploy Scientific payload
    • Recover all components in a reusable condition

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Kevin Cole

NAR/TRA Mentor

Thomas Kernes

Management

Project Director

Matthew Mahlin

Safety CoordinatorPaul Kubitschek

Outreach Coordinator

Bryan Kubitschek

Team Leaders

Airframe Team

Paul Kubitschek

Avionics Team

Payload Team

Propulsion Team

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mission profile
Mission Profile

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vehicle system overview
Vehicle System Overview

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vehicle overview deimos
Vehicle Overview - Deimos

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assembly
Assembly

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nosecone
Nosecone
  • Characteristics
    • Von Kármán (LD-Haack)
    • 1:5 Fineness
  • Communications
    • BRB 900
      • 900 MHz
      • 100 mW
    • Eagle Tree Systems
      • 2.4 GHz
      • 500 mW

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sustainer assembly
SustainerAssembly
  • Components
    • Avionics bay Mounting
    • Side Hatch
  • Material
    • Blue Tube
    • Fiberglass (8oz)
    • Glass Sock
  • Dimensions
    • Length - 48 in
    • AV bay length - 12in

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avionics
Avionics
  • Components
    • PerfectfliteStrattoLogger
    • Featherweight Raven
  • Concept of Operation
    • Access from Side hatch
    • Activated by external key switches
    • Primary charge fired by both altimeters
    • Secondary charge fires 5 seconds later by Raven

LiPo

Raven

StrattoLogger

LiPo

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wiring
Wiring

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recovery
Recovery
  • Components
  • Mounting
    • Nosecone Tethered to Sustainer
    • Sustainer Tethered to Booster
    • Forged U-Bolts
  • Concept of Operations
    • Drogue @ Apogee
    • Main @ 1,000-Feet

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booster assembly
Booster Assembly
  • Components
    • 98mm MMT + Retaining Ring
    • Fins x 3
    • Coupler
  • Material
    • Blue Tube
    • Fiberglass (8oz)
    • Glass Sock
  • Dimensions
    • Length 48 in

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Fins
  • Material
    • 5mm thick Tri-Plywood
    • Fiberglass
    • Vinyl Ester Resin
  • Construction
    • Laser cutting
    • Hand sanding
    • Vacuum Bagging
  • Assembly
    • Mounting to MMT
    • Bond to booster
    • Tip to tip

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analysis discussion
Analysis Discussion

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kinetic energy recovery
Kinetic Energy - Recovery

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stability characteristics
Stability Characteristics

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altitude prediction
Altitude Prediction

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Altitude Prediction

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launch characteristics
LaunchCharacteristics
  • Candidate Motor
    • Aerotech L1170FJ-P
    • 75mm motor
  • Simulation Parameters
    • 12 foot guide rail

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drift analysis
Drift Analysis

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Drift Analysis

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launch vehicle verification
Launch Vehicle Verification

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test flight results
Test Flight Results

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primary flight computer data
Primary Flight Computer Data

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secondary flight computer data
Secondary Flight Computer Data

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test flight recovery
Test Flight Recovery

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lessons learned
Lessons Learned
  • Altitude Comparison
    • Actual = 3341’
    • Simulated = 3592’
    • Actual is 7% less than Simulate
  • Drag Characteristics

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scientific payload discussion
Scientific Payload Discussion

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baseline payload design
Baseline payloaddesign

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payload
Payload

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Baseline payloaddesign

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interface with gcs
Interface with GCS

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activity plans
Activity Plans

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outreach
Outreach
  • Upcoming
    • Engineering Week 2012
    • Astronomy Day 2012
  • Current Collaborations
    • Water Rocketry
      • Demonstration
      • Construction
      • Launch
    • Stomp Rockets

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Outreach

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