Fin Can Section Electronics Bay Nosecone and Drogue Parachute Bay
The form below is a truncated version of the Tripoli Advisor Panel Pre-Flight Data Capture Form. A full version of this form will be sent to two Tripoli TAP members for review before the certification launch attempt.
Seven simulations of the final design were performed in RockSim version 9.3.0. These simulations were of progressively stronger wind conditions and two wind variability factors at each non-zero wind value. The parameters kept constant for the simulations are: The wind
The following checklists describe the needed actions for the day before launch, field assembly of the rocket and flight preparation. Day Before Flight Charge LiPo batteries: Charge both batteries for the flight computers on balance charger Charge battery for camera
Two of the components that were incorporated into the final design have been unavailable for a significant amount of time. These components are the large airfoiled rail buttons and the Aerotech DMS M1350W motor. The airfoiled rail buttons are now
The nosecone and drogue parachute subassembly is responsible for four roles that are crucial for the success of the rocket: Providing a minimal drag upper aerodynamic surface. Securely storing the drogue parachute during ascent Providing an attachment point for the