In our previous blog post, we discussed our research into rocket re-landing mechanisms. We have now completed our research and are in the stage of designing a CAD model.
The first step in designing a CAD model is to create a 3D model of the rocket. We will use certain CAD software programs to create this model. Once we have created a 3D model of the rocket, we can begin to design the re-landing mechanism.
There are many different types of re-landing mechanisms that we could use. We will need to choose a mechanism that is both effective and affordable. Some of the factors that we will need to consider include the weight of the mechanism, the complexity of the mechanism, and the cost of the mechanism.
Once we have chosen a re-landing mechanism, we can begin to integrate it into the CAD model of the rocket. We will need to make sure that the mechanism fits properly and that it does not interfere with the other components of the rocket.
Once the re-landing mechanism has been integrated into the CAD model, we can begin to test the model. We will use Simulation software to simulate the flight of the rocket. This will allow us to test the performance of the re-landing mechanism and to identify any potential problems.
Once we have tested the CAD model and have identified any potential problems, we can begin to build a physical model of the rocket. We will use the CAD model as a guide to build the model. Once the prototype has been built, we can begin to test it in real-world conditions.
Testing the prototype will allow us to finalize the design of the re-landing mechanism. We will also be able to identify any additional problems that need to be addressed. Once we have finalized the design of the re-landing mechanism, we can begin to manufacture a 3D Printed scaled model .
The manufacture of the re-landing mechanism will be the final step in our project. Once the re-landing mechanism model is made, we will be able to test various parameters like working and stability on it. Then in future this will allow us to reuse our rockets and to reduce the cost of space flight.
We are excited to continue our work on this project and we look forward to sharing our progress with you in future blog posts.