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Development and Flight Test of Educational Water Rocket CULV-1 for Implementation of Launch Vehicle Separation Sequence and Imaging Data Acquisition
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 Title & Authors
Development and Flight Test of Educational Water Rocket CULV-1 for Implementation of Launch Vehicle Separation Sequence and Imaging Data Acquisition
Lee, Myeongjae; Park, Taeyong; Kang, Soojin; Jang, Sueun; Oh, Hyunung;
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 Abstract
In this study, we proposed a water rocket CULV-1 (Chosun University Launch Vehicle-1). Unlike a conventional water rocket, CULV-1 can perform the booster rocket, fairing, and payload separation like an actual launch vehicle and also the imaging data acquisition. The conceptual and critical design of the proposed CULV-1 have been performed considering the operation characteristics. The verification tests have been performed from subsystem to system level in accordance with the established test specifications and verification procedures. Through the final launch test of the flight model, we have verified the design effectiveness of the proposed separation mechanisms for water rocket applications and the mission requirements of the CULV-1 also have been complied.
 Keywords
Water Rocket;Fairing;Booster;Payload;Launch Operation;
 Language
Korean
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