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Student Launch Project Flight Readiness Review April 21, 2014. Team Structure. Presentation Overview. Final Launch Vehicle Final Motor Selection Static Stability/ Mass Margin Recovery System Full Scale Test Flight Verifications Integrated Research Payload.

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Student Launch Project

Flight Readiness Review

April 21, 2014

presentation overview
Presentation Overview
  • Final Launch Vehicle
  • Final Motor Selection
  • Static Stability/ Mass Margin
  • Recovery System
  • Full Scale Test Flight
  • Verifications
  • Integrated Research Payload
key design features
Key Design Features
  • Launch Vehicle Sections
    • CubeSat, Hazard Detection, Multi-Staging
  • Fin Style
  • Launch Vehicle Separations
    • Booster Section, Drogue Bay/ Detachable Bulkhead
forward section cubesat
Forward Section - CubeSat
  • Nose Cone
  • Voltmeter
  • CubeSat
avionics payload section hazard detection
Avionics/Payload Section - Hazard Detection
  • Avionics/ Payload components
  • Hazard Detection System
  • Drogue bay disengagement
booster sustainer section multi staging
Booster/Sustainer Section - Multi-Staging
  • Booster section disengagement
  • Fin Style and attachment
  • Positive Motor Retention
key design features of the payload
Key Design Features of the Payload
  • Hazard Detection System
  • Lateral Vibrations In line System (LVIS)
  • Tesseract
payload design and dimensions
Payload Design and Dimensions

Hazard Detection/Avionics Bay

payload design and dimensions2
Payload Design and Dimensions

Tesseract

  • Designed to measure the magnitude of accumulated triboelectric charge on the surface of the nose cone at carious altitudes
  • Time stamp all altitudes and charge measurements to assist in post flight analysis
tesseract payload overview
Tesseract Payload Overview
  • The system can be broken down into three separate subsystems:
    • Voltmeter
    • CubeSat
    • Ground Station
  • The nose cone will be coated with MGM Chemicals 838 Total Ground Carbon Conductive Coating
payload integration lvis
Payload IntegrationLVIS
  • Locations of Raven3
    • Avionics Bay
    • Above the Sustainer
    • Mini-Avionics Bay

Raven3 on payload sled

Raven3 diagram from manufacturer’s website

payload integration lvis1
Payload IntegrationLVIS
  • Electrical schematic of RockeTiltometer2 with Raven3

Image of RockeTiltometer2 with connections

interfaces with ground systems
Interfaces with Ground Systems
  • Internal Interfaces
    • Nose cone and payload sections
      • All-threads
      • Bulkhead-like centering rings
      • Nut locks
    • Drogue bay, avionics bay, main bay, sustainer section, booster section and mini parachute bay.
      • #2-56 nylon shear pins (x3 for each section)
  • External Interfaces
    • 1515 rail buttons
    • Parallel booster attachment points
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