Latest Research Endeavor: Miniaturized Hybrid Rocket Engine Lander
The most recent project delves into the exciting realm of experimental propulsion systems, specifically focusing on the development of a hybrid rocket engine lander.
Project Highlights: HYDRA I Engine Tests
Initial Success: I am thrilled to report that the first series of tests for the HYDRA I hybrid engine has been a resounding success. These initial tests are crucial stepping stones towards groundbreaking advancements in rocketry.
Testing at DLR: This achievement was made possible through support of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) at their Lampoldshausen student test facility, M11.5.
Data-Driven Optimizations: The data gathered from these tests is invaluable. It’s currently being used to refine and optimize the engine’s performance. The approach is data-centric, ensuring that every modification is backed by solid experimental evidence.
Upcoming Tests and Insights: As preparations for the next series of tests are running.
I invite you to stay connected for these updates. The journey of the HYDRA I is not just about technological advancement; it’s a testament to the spirit of innovation and collaboration in the field of aerospace engineering.
2nd static fire test of the HYDRA I engine at the M11.5 at the DLR in Lampoldshausen