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15 April 2015 Dinner Lecture – The Engineering of High Power Amateur Rockets

by Communications Team on March 30, 2015  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

April 15, 2015 – April 15, 2015

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

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Michael Mangieri Michael Mangieri (CSEP), Senior Principal Process Engineer at Business Transformation Institute, Inc

Presentation: This presentation will discuss topics specifically focused on the engineering, design, and production of High-Power amateur rockets. Topics will cover a discussion of various types of rocket designs, from the simple single-stage to clusters and multi-stage; design techniques (tools, simulation software, etc.); motors and propellants; recovery and tracking techniques, and how these concepts change when rockets go super-sonic. Much is learned when things go wrong, so examples of both successes and failures will be presented.

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Susan April 15, 2015 at 11:07 am

Wish I could make it. I’ve been most teaching rec sport Wednesday evenings since last fall, and interested-in-rockets youth in the family has choir. Sorry to miss this, but thanks for archiving. We’ll watch it online afterward!


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