WARR: Project Cryosphere – 2019 in Review

Video Caption:
As we launch into 2020, we take a brief look back at everything that has happened in 2019.

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Instagram Pic of the Week

Instagram Pic of the Week

WARR: March in Review

Video Caption: We take a brief look back at our progress throughout March as we advance towards our cold flow test campaign.

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WARR: January Update

The team’s WARR Ex3 rocket is a LOX fueled hybrid rocket producing 10 kN of thrust and is expected to fly to 30 km.

Video Caption: We take a brief look back at our progress throughout January as we advance towards our Cold Flow test campaign in March.

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WARR: Cryosphere – Battleship Test Campaign

Video Cation: After 4 years of development, WARR performed the first hotfire tests of Europe’s most powerful cryogenic hybrid rocket engine. With 3kg/s of liquid oxygen massflow, the “Battleship” generates 10kN thrust for up to 15 seconds burn time. The design point of 20bar chamber pressure was nearly hit and valuable performance data was collected for further improvements. The two-week campaign included verification coldflows, ignition checks and four hotfire tests with 5s, 10s (2x) and 15s burn time.
Special thanks to all members of the WARR Ex-3 Project as well as the members of the M11 Test facility at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) Lampoldshausen for the support and guidance. This project was funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) during the STERN Project.

Please note: We are predominantly master students of mechanical & aerospace engineering and spend most of the time before tests on calculations and preparations to prevent severe damages on material and personnel. Please don’t feel inspired to light your own rocket motor in your backyard. Rocket science is a serious issue – if you get the numbers wrong, people die. You have some experience in mechanical/electrical engineering and want to participate, become part of the team? Feel free to send your application to raketentechnik@warr.de

WARR 10kN Engine Test

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Hard work pays off!
On Friday we successfully fired our 10kN engine for 5 seconds. The system performed as planned as we nearly hit the nominal operation point. We are now looking forward to testing for the full burn time of 15 seconds next week.