Title

The Effect of Oxidizer Concentration on Maximum Force Exertion In Rockets

Author(s)

Pierce McLaughlin

School Name

Heathwood Hall Episcopal School

Grade Level

11th Grade

Presentation Topic

Physics

Presentation Type

Non-Mentored

Abstract

Disposable rocket engines produce a given thrust to launch model rockets at an efficient rate. With some changes made in chemical composition, these engines can be improved to result in greater thrust, efficiency, and cost to produce them. This experiment is focused primarily on altering the oxidizer as an independent variable and recording data that compares the difference between thrust over time. Data is displayed through graphs with Time along the X-Axis and Thrust along the Y-Axis. To ensure the most accurate data collection, surrounding variables will be identical, and data will be recorded digitally using a program called Logger Pro. The Data is analyzed, and a conclusion is made with its connection to the hypothesis.

Location

Furman Hall 127

Start Date

3-28-2020 10:15 AM

Presentation Format

Oral and Written

Group Project

No

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Mar 28th, 10:15 AM

The Effect of Oxidizer Concentration on Maximum Force Exertion In Rockets

Furman Hall 127

Disposable rocket engines produce a given thrust to launch model rockets at an efficient rate. With some changes made in chemical composition, these engines can be improved to result in greater thrust, efficiency, and cost to produce them. This experiment is focused primarily on altering the oxidizer as an independent variable and recording data that compares the difference between thrust over time. Data is displayed through graphs with Time along the X-Axis and Thrust along the Y-Axis. To ensure the most accurate data collection, surrounding variables will be identical, and data will be recorded digitally using a program called Logger Pro. The Data is analyzed, and a conclusion is made with its connection to the hypothesis.