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Project Information - C18003

Project Name: C18003
Project Description: Engine Controller for Methane-Oxygen Rocket
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Description: The FAR-MARS Launch contest is a competition sponsored by the Mars Society and the Friends of Amateur Rocketry, the objective of which is for a student team to produce a bi-propellant liquid-fueled rocket that can fly to 45,000 ft. The rocket that has been designed for this competition had a need for a system that can do data acquisition and valve control, both on the ground and in the air.

The objective of this project was to design an engine controller for a methane-oxygen fueled rocket that will fly to 45,000 ft. The engine controller is responsible for actuating all the valves on the rocket, in addition to reading sensors and providing this information back to the flight computer.
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