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Rocket modelling

  1. 1. ROCKET MODELLING PROJECT DONE BY : SHWETA PHALLE (SE-T-35) VIJAY PATIL (SE-T-34) CHINMAY POTDAR (SE-T-37) AMEY PISE (SE-T-36) GUIDE: Prof. R.K.BHAGAT
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION
  3. 3. FORCES ACTING ON THE ROCKET 1. LIFT 2. DRAG 3. SELF WEIGHT 4. THRUST
  4. 4. LIFT Lift is the mechanical force generated by a solid object when moving in a fluid
  5. 5. DRAG Drag is the force that resists the movement of a solid object through fluid. It acts to oppose the motion of the object, and in a powered vehicle, it is overcome by thrust.
  6. 6. THRUST Thrust is a mechanical force generated by the engine to move the aircraft through air
  7. 7. Dynamic Analysis
  8. 8. Newton’s Laws Of Forces (Applied to model rockets )
  9. 9. DETERMINATION OF C.G OF ROCKET
  10. 10. DETERMINATION OF C.P OF ROCKET
  11. 11. TERMINAL VELOCITY
  12. 12. Acceleration in Powered flight
  13. 13. ROCKET STABILITY
  14. 14. WEATHER COCKING
  15. 15. Design of Rocket.
  16. 16. Design of Nose Cone
  17. 17. Design of Fins Fins designed for the rocket should be in a symmetrical form of three, four or possibly more.
  18. 18. Design of Torpedo
  19. 19. Design of Phoenix
  20. 20. Model rocket motors Anatomy of a basic model rocket engine. A typical engine is about 8cm long. 1. Nozzle; 2. Case; 3. Propellant; 4. Delay charge; 5. Ejection charge; 6. End cap
  21. 21. Rocket motor
  22. 22. OUR ROCKETS: PHOENIX TORPEDO TORPEDO
  23. 23. OUR ATTEMPTS TO FLY THE ROCKET
  24. 24. ROCKET ALL SET TO FLY
  25. 25. AFTER FLIGHT
  26. 26. THANK YOU…

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