August 27, 2019

Projects

Chief Engineer – Solid

Devin Langford

Chief Engineer – Liquid

Josh Reiter

The Rocket Design Team oversees two different projects, a solid propulsion system and a liquid propulsion system. Our chief engineers oversee their respective projects, while our subgroups below assist the chiefs into the development of our rockets.

Aerodynamics and Recovery

Lead: Sean Vote

Tasked with development of non electronic recovery system and aerodynamic analysis of the rocket in simulated flight. Construction of parachute systems, and ejection testing


Electronics

Lead: Jacob King

This subgroup handles the data and telemetry systems of the rocket. During flight, their hardware will send data down to the team on the ground regarding the rocket’s velocity, altitude, and other useful information. Also using gps tracking technology, they will help the team be able to find the rocket after its descent.


Engine – Liquid

Lead: Hardik Patel

The engine subgroup develops the propulsive system of the rocket. They research and design injectors, manifolds, combustion chambers, nozzles, and cooling systems.


Structures

Lead: Jacob Warren

This subgroup is in charge of the air-frame of the rocket. They use composites to create every part in house and assemble the frame.


Manufacturing

Lead: Henry Mills

Heads the manufacturing for any parts our team uses the machine shop to create


Payload

Lead: Isaac Washburn

This subgroup manages the payload that is placed inside the rocket. They design and develop experimental payloads that can eventually find a purpose in our future rocket designs.


Propellant FeedLiquid

Lead: Grant Hartmann

The prop-feed subgroup develops the propellant feed systems for the engine. They research and develop valves, manifolds, and systems that can be safely filled and vented in case of an emergency.


Propulsion – Solid

Lead: Logan Kliethermes

This subgroup deals with all aspects regarding the rocket’s motor. This entails designing and manufacturing motor components, mixing propellant, conducting static test fires. This group has developed many student designed motors and plan to create many more.


Our team cannot fully operate without the oversight of our safety officers. Without them we would not have the procedures and standards required to conduct the rocket science we strive to develop in order to provide students with the most in depth hands on experience during their collegiate career.

Safety Officer – Solid

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Paige Lambright

Safety Officer – Liquid

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Andrew Matteson

We also train all new members about the fundamentals of rocket design, and these lessons are achievable in thanks to our three student instructors.

Sydney Lorenz
Megan Stansil
Morgan Lyons

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