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P07108: METEOR Instrumentation Recovery System

P07108: METEOR Instrumentation Recovery System

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P07108: METEOR Instrumentation Recovery System

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  1. P07108: METEOR Instrumentation Recovery System

  2. Team • Bash Nanayakkara – Project Manager (ISE) • Scott Defisher – Fuselage Design (ME) • Mike Kochanski – Software Design (CE) • Paul Matejcik – Electronic System Design (EE) • Derrick Miller – Wings Design (ME) • Phillip Gurbacki- Landing System Design (ME) • Ryan Weisman – Tail Design (ME)

  3. Guides & Sponsors • Dr. Roy Melton – Guide • Dr. Marca Lam – Technical Guide • Dr. Patru – Customer • Harris - Sponsor

  4. Outline • Project Description • Customer Needs • Concept • Design • Technical Risk Assessment • Mitigation • Budget • MSDII Schedule

  5. Project Mission • A recovery system for the instrumentation platform from approximately 100,000 feet • Ability to be controlled either remotely or autonomously • Safe controlled descent to a designated area.

  6. Customer Needs • Controlled Descent • Land in a designated Safe Zone • Land within an allowable velocity and impact • Carry the payload of 8 lbs • Production Cost of $1000 • Reasonable Weight • Safety

  7. Customer Needs Translation • Auto-Pilot system • Parachute Deployment System • Strong Fuselage Structure • Reusability reduces production cost • Lightweight Structure • Warning System

  8. Concept RELEASE: Glider is released from balloon, This happens regardless of rocket launch. DROP: Produce lift and decrease altitude. RETURN: Reduce the distance from launch site LANDING: Deploy Parachute, float toward safe zone, compensating for wind. Note: Drawing not to scale.

  9. Design of the glider Parachute Deployment System Parachute Deployment System Wings Wings Tail Tail Fuselage Fuselage

  10. Fuselage Total Production Cost: Length : 6 feet Material: Foam and Fiberglass Weight: 4 lbs Easily fit into a car Easy to transport Manufacture in Aerospace Lab

  11. Tail Total Production Cost: $348.46 Length : 6 feet Material: Foam and Fiberglass Weight: 1.4 lbs Manufacture in Aerospace Lab Deep-Stall Characteristic

  12. Tail Deep Stall Servo Tray Assembly

  13. How the Wing Designed • Airfoil Research • Airfoil Analysis With XFLR5 • Airfoil Selection Based on Analysis • Wing Geometry Design

  14. Wing Total Production Cost: $250.49 Length : 6 feet Material: Weight: 1.4 lbs Manufacture in Aerospace Lab

  15. Control System – Electronics

  16. Control System - Software

  17. Parachute Deployment System Total Production Cost: $29.53 Line Length : 10 feet Material: Ripstop Nylon Weight: .5 lbs Manufacture in Aerospace Lab

  18. Warning System • Loudness: 110dB • Power: a 9 volt alkaline battery • Weight: Very Light • High Contrast Color • Metallic Paint

  19. Technical Risk Assessment • Risk: • The effects on the glider due to the cold temperatures of high altitude • Water damage to composites if there is a wet landing • Due to the complex shape of the fuselage and the nature of composites, the only way predict how the fuselage would react to different structural loads • Servos Fail • Sensors Fail • Warning System Fails

  20. Technical Risk Assessment • Proposed Mitigation: • Use E-glass fiber which has been used at high altitudes for other successful high altitude glider flights • Poly Epoxy states that it has chemical and water resistance • Do sample layouts of the composite and perform tensile and burn testing with ANSY simulation • If heading angle deviates significantly, parachute is deployed • If navigation fail, the glider enters deep stall mode and deploys parachute • If Siren fails, glider colors will stand out from ideal Blue Sky / Cloudy Conditions

  21. Cost & Weight of the Glider

  22. Current State of the Design • Design meets all customer needs • On target to meet project budget of $5000 • Over the target for production cost of $1000 per launch • Mitigations: • Reusability • Survivability

  23. Product Development Process Phase Phase 1: Concept Development Phase 2: System Level Design Phase 3: Detailed Design Phase 4: System Integration Phase 5: Testing MSD I MSD II 0 1 2 3 4 5 Current Phase of Development

  24. MSD II Project Schedule Milestones • March 15: Finalize detailed system design • March 16: Begin Prototyping • April 19 : Functional prototype • April 27 : Completion of testing, begin verification • April 30 : Verification completion • May 01 : Finalize documentation • May 11 : Final Project Review

  25. Q & A