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. NASA SLI 2010. Mulberry Grove High School. . Layout. Colleagues Rocket Construction and Design Payload Recovery Safety Outreach Budget and Fundraising. . NASA SLI 2010. Mulberry Grove High School. Understudy TeamScott-Project Manager, Payload Specialist, and Rocket Construction.Danielle-Safety Manager, Web Page, and Outreach Program.Kayla N.- Web Page, Journalist, and Outr
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Mulberry Grove High School Preliminary Design Review Measurement of UVB Radiation Absorption by Cloth Material at Different Altitudes and Measurement of Vehicle Motor Tube/Case Temperatures During Launch Mulberry Grove SLI Team NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Outline Team Members Rocket Construction and Design Payload Recovery Safety Outreach Budget and Fundraising NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Team Members Student Team Scott-Project Manager, Payload Specialist, and Rocket Construction. Danielle-Safety Manager, Web Page, and Outreach Program. Kayla N.- Web Page, Journalist, and Outreach Program. Kayla J.- Web Page, Journalist, and Outreach Program. Heather-Rocket Construction. William-Payload and Vehicle. Logan-Payload and Vehicle. Coaches Mr. John Paine Mrs. Denyse Blankenship Mr. Larry Terneus Mr. Ryan Paine NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Rocket Dimensions, Material Diameter: 4 inches Length: 109.5 inches Gross Liftoff Weight: 18 lbs 11 oz Material: G10 Fiberglass Mad Dog Dual Deployment Kit NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Justification of Choice Faster outline time More tough Insured execution Half scale model accessible at Performance Rocketry-Little Dog Used the same pack in SLI 2009 Con: Heavier than different materials NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Plan for Vehicle Safety, Verification, and Testing The development will be reviewed by our level 3 as we manufacture and collect the vehicle. Satisfactory measured vent openings will be penetrated into all segments of the vehicle to counteract untimely division. The vehicle will be flown in a dry run at some point in February. NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Stability Analysis Center of Pressure (from nose) 87.6 inches Center of Gravity (from nose) 76.0 inches Stability Margin 2.9 Thrust-to-Weight Ratio 6.8 to 1 Rail Exit Velocity 69 ft/sec NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Motor Selection Engine chose Cesaroni Technology Inc. K570 Diameter-54 mm Length-19.21 in Burn time-3.9 sec Total motivation - 2070.258 N-Sec NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Plan for Motor Safety, Verification, and Testing Motor will be reviewed for harm from shipment before it is utilized. NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Payload Design Two Experiments Temperature of Motor Tube and Motor Casing Measurement of Absorption of UVB Radiation of Cloth NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Temperature Experiment Purpose To quantify temperature along the engine tube and engine packaging amid dispatch. Temperature information will figure out which epoxy ought to be utilized. NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Temperature Experiment Equipment 4 SA1-RTD heat sensors Placement Sensor-3 perusing/1 second Data lumberjack - 1 perusing/3 seconds NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Thermocouple Sensors Three thermocouple sensors will be implanted into the epoxy paste joint along the blade to-engine tube association; one will be inserted as near the JB Weld cement on the retainer Temperature readings will be recorded amid the flight to quantify the warming on the engine tube epoxy. NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Non-reversible 3 speck names Labels will be set between the rocket packaging and engine tube. Temperature touchy material will turn the dabs an alternate shading when the temperature is come to. Testing was begun amid a November flight with a K570 engine to discover the temperature scope of sensors that we require. NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School UVB Experiment Purpose To gauge the assimilation of UVB radiation by various fabric material at various heights. NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Measurement of Absorption of UVB Radiation of Cloth Equipment Texas Instrument CBL2 Three UVB sensors Cloth material NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School UVA Experiment Three sensors will be utilized; one control, the other two to take readings through the material. Sensors will point straight upward toward the end of the payload sound and will be presented to the climate when the drogue chute is sent. Information will be recorded and investigated to quantify the measure of UVB radiation that is consumed by the material. NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Plan for Payload Safety, Verification, and Testing The sensors will be tried in the research center and outside to plot the readings of the two sensors contrasted with the control. The examinations will be flown on a dry run in February to ensure the investigation will work. Lumberjacks will be tried to decide life of batteries and period of time it will record information. Programming will affirm information can be recouped from examination. NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Recovery System Design Dual Deployment Dual arrangement of altimeters with dark powder charges Electronic tracker NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Altimeters Primary Ozark Aerospace Arts II Drogue setting: apogee Main setting: 600 feet Secondary PerfectFlite MAWD Drogue setting: apogee in addition to 1 second Main setting: 500 feet NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Parachutes Drogue Chute 24 inch SkyAngle Velocity of Descent: 64 ft/sec Main Chute 60 inch SkyAngle Velocity of Descent: 23 ft/sec NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Tracking The beneficiary is a 10-channel unit produced by F & L Electronics with simple tuning to inside 10 hertz. This makes it around 100 times more precise than a digitally tuned collector. The reception apparatus is foldable and lightweight. The transmitter is little and will require little space in the payload compartment. HAM radio permit is not required. NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Recovery Verification and Testing Altimeter chime jug test Black powder charge test on vehicle Shear pin test Electric matches testing NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Safety We tailed all MSDS wellbeing controls and standard shop directions. Appropriate wellbeing gear was utilized, including: Safety glasses Rubber gloves Dust covers Proper ventilation Ear plugs NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Safety Key materials utilized that might be unsafe: Epoxy (5:1 by weight gum to hardener proportion) Epoxy (1:1 by volume tar to hardener proportion) Fiberglass Rubbing Alcohol Super paste JB Weld NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Outreach Goals Main focuses: Reach out to more youthful understudies about rocketry Teach them about the security included Introduce them into another side interest Develop their enthusiasm for science and math NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Educational Outreach Program 1 st Grade Project (around 40 understudies) Read book Astronaut Handbook Draw Make and shoot bottle rockets 6 th Grade Project (around 30 understudies) Read the book The Rocket Boys Discussion of book Watch the motion picture October Sky Compare and differentiation the book and motion picture 4 th - 6 th Grad Project at Beckemeyer Elementary Help with development of rockets for around 100 understudies Sponsor a rocket dispatch on the weekend to fly their rockets NASA SLI 2010

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Mulberry Grove High School Budget and Fund Raisers The financial backing is sensible and practical for this undertaking. Pledge drives include: a play in March entitled "Spring Break". (four exhibitions) Dinner took after by the "hanging of standards" festivity perceiving the most recent four years of TARC groups that made it to the finals and the 2009 and 2010 SLI groups. NASA SLI 2010

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