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CanSat 2008: Virginia Tech Maroon Team Final Presentation

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Final presentation by Virginia Tech Maroon team at CanSat 2008 …

Final presentation by Virginia Tech Maroon team at CanSat 2008

http://www.astronautical.org/2008/06/15/cansat-2008-virginia-tech-maroon/

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    • 1. Competition Debriefing Virginia Tech CanSat Maroon Team 15 June 2008
    • 2. Maroon Team Roster Team Member Role Graduation Year Joshua Berman Mechanical Team Lead 2009 Timothy Berman Structures Team Lead 2009 Thomas Billheimer Structural 2008 Elizabeth Buckner Mechanical and Structural 2008 Michael Duda Mechanical 2011 Stuart Hood Computer & Electrical Team Lead 2008 Kristopher Kusano Mechanical 2010 Charles Neas Chief Engineer 2009 Dennis Preus Structural 2008
    • 3. Design Overview CanSat
    • 4. High Level Diagram Science Module Computing Module ALU Module Drill Batteries ALU/ Parachute Release Parachute Computing System Sensors
          • Flight Proven
            • Adapted from Flight Proven Design
          • New Design
    • 5. Primary Objective Analysis
      • Mass: 488g
      • Dimensions: Fit into rocket
      • Flight Time: 3.29 min
      • Descent Rate: 2.46 m/s
      • Transmitters turned off
      • CanSat upright
    • 6. Altitude Raw Data
    • 7. Descent Rate Analysis
    • 8. 9:30 – 10:45 (75 min) 10:55 – 10:59 (3.29 min)
    • 9. On Ground Main Point of Failure
    • 10. Landing Failure Analysis
      • ConOps
      • Competition
    • 11. Thank You
      • CanSat Judges and Staff
        • Ivan Galysh
        • Tom Flatley
        • Scott Reedy
        • Andy Carmain
        • Jayesh Hirani
        • Jim Kirkpatrick
        • Ed Hicks
        • Dave Petrick
        • Karin Blank
        • Dany Espinosa
        • Krik Kittell
      • POTROCS and LDRS
      • Virginia Space Grant Consortium
      • Dr. Hall
    • 12. Questions?

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