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Student Launch 2013-2014 Preliminary Design Review Project Advance. Launch Vehicle Summary. Single Stage Launch Vehicle Length: 93 in. Diameter: 3 in. Total Mass: 10 in. Motor: Cesaroni K-660 Sparky. Project Plan. Launch Vehicle Specs. Selected Payload Options.

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student launch 2013 2014 preliminary design review project advance
Student Launch 2013-2014

Preliminary Design Review

Project Advance

launch vehicle summary
Launch Vehicle Summary

Single Stage Launch Vehicle

Length: 93 in.

Diameter: 3 in.

Total Mass: 10 in.

Motor: Cesaroni K-660 Sparky

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project plan
Project Plan

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launch vehicle specs
Launch Vehicle Specs

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selected payload options
Selected Payload Options

3.1 The rocket will include a camera that will scan the ground for landing hazards and the data will be transmitted in real time to a ground station and analyzed using custom made on-board software.

Video will be taken using a CMOS 728x488 camera module.

An Arduino Uno microcontroller equipped with an Arduino Video Experimenter ShieldSoftwareon the Arduino will analyze the video for hazards.

A 5.8 GHz lightweight video transmitter will be connected to the Arduino.

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Selected Payload Options

3.2.1.3 This project will examine the airframe, propulsion, and electrical systems through structural and dynamic analysis during boost.

Strain gauges will analyze structure

Accelerometer will measure acceleration

Pitot tube will measure velocity

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Selected Payload Options

The sum of the forces on the rocket during burn is found to be

Eq. 1

Rearranging the equation we have

Eq. 2

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Selected Payload Options

Eq. 2

Mass, m, known

Density of air, , known

Acceleration due to gravity, g, known

Cross-sectional area, A, known

Acceleration of rocket, a, measured with accelerometer.

Velocity, v, of rocket measured with pitot tube

Coefficient of drag, , found using CFD in SolidWorks

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Selected Payload Options

Burn time can be found on acceleration vs. time graph at point where rocket begins to decelerate

Thrust and burn time are now known.

Equation 3 can now be used to find impulse

Eq. 3 tT=I

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Selected Payload Options

3.2.2.2 Aerodynamic analysis will be performed on protuberances from the structure which will include computational fluid dynamic simulation and wind tunnel testing.

SolidWorks CFD Analysis to find Coefficient of Drag

Wind Tunnel Testing for redundancy to get most accurate .

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center of gravity center of pressure
Center of Gravity Center of Pressure

Stability margin is 2.75

Center of Gravity is 66.2 in. from nose

Center of Pressure is 74.7 in. in from nose

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k 660 cesaroni thrust curve
K-660 CesaroniThrust Curve

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recovery system
Recovery System

Two black powder charges per chute for redundancy

Deploys at apogee

X-form 24 in drogue chute

Round, full hemisphere 60 in main chute

12.2 ft/s decent rate upon impact

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duties of the safety officer
Duties of the Safety Officer

The duties of the safety officer will be constrained to explicitly to maintaining the integrity of the team’s safety.

The safety officer must remain on site at all times when the handling of hazardous materials of rocket parts is occurring.

The safety officer must be onsite to supervise the team and monitor all actions while onsite.

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Duties of the Safety Officer

The safety officer must take special note to ensure all safety protocols are being followed properly, along with proper usage of safety equipment.

The safety officer is responsible for documenting all use of hazardous materials and logging all time spent inside the lab.

The safety officer should have a thorough understanding of all materials being used, what regulations and protocols to follow, as well as proper equipment to be worn when handling said materials.

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safety
Safety

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Safety

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possible environmental concerns
Possible Environmental Concerns

Wind

Dust

Salt

Moisture

Threat to the electrical components

Salt is an especially abundant risk

Salt will be corrosive to the payload and circuitry if it infiltrates the payload compartment.

The impact of landing is also more severe due to the hard salt on the ground which could damage the vehicle.

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educational engagement
Educational Engagement

Educational presentation at Jackson Middle School.

Following the presentation students will participate in a question and answer session regarding STEM fields.

Additionally, the team will show the students data from previous launches and projects that members of Project Advance have participated in.

Build and launch paper rockets and the physics behind it all.

ACE day on March 17, 2014, 750 fifth grade students will visit the University of Central Florida.

The team will talk about engineering, show photos and videos of previous launches and projects, anddo STEM related activity.

Both of these events have been proposed and the team is awaiting confirmation to begin preparation for the events.

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launch procedures
Launch Procedures
  • Test launches and launch day procedures
    • On launch day all materials will be transported safely in the designated crate
    • The safety officer will supervise all handling of hazardous materials when team members are present.
    • Any high powered motor will be loaded by the certified personnel present on site and will be checked by the range safety officer.
    • Black power charges used for ejection will be loaded onsite at the launch site under the supervision of the safety officer, prior to launch.
    • Procedures pre-launch will be, arming the altimeter, and arming the ejection charges through the respective safety switches. Then one can verify system status by listening for a sound from the altimeter.
    • All launch day procedures will have final authority given by the range safety officer.

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Launch Procedures
  • To be reviewed
    • On the day of launch the rocket’s ejection charges should be double checked by the certified personnel and the range safety office.
    • Proper loading of the engine should be double checked by the range safety officer and certified personnel.
    • The final status of the rocket will be signed off and documented before it is launched off the pad.

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budget
Budget

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Budget

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Budget

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