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HLT1 - AB1, SRBs and LP Draft (2)
FV3* Cancelled Episode II Clip
HLT1 - Experiment Series - Scaled "Al Cowlings" Rocket (1)
The second stage of the HLT1 project is the first stage carrier rocket and is one of the more significant in the experiment series.

Ballistic coefficient models do not calculate for thrust pressure inefficiencies from displacement. As displayed in the aerodynamic pressure diagram, thrust efficiency is lost as density is compensated. The first experiment at managing this loss will employ a cowling to funnel displaced atmosphere to a channel around and possibly through the combustion chamber.

In addition to purposing the redirection of atmosphere towards the rear of the rocket, utilizing dimple aerodynamics which creates a turbulence buffer and lowers separation will draw down more stabilized low pressure along the y-axis of the craft.

Engineering > HLT1
HLT1 - Experiment Series - Scaled Launch Platform (1)
HLT1 Experiment Series - Rockoon
To achieve an unburdened approach, we must find absolutes in necessity. Cameras, sensors and communications are requisites for scientific research. HLT1 as a payload, is not that. The unique attributes and operation of HLT1 is thusly hindered by more simplistic encumbrances, allowing for experimentation to achieve our objective.

One such experiment is Stage 1, the launch platform, which consists of 3 aluminium strut beams affixed to a launch cylinder housing the HLT1 rocket (presently unnamed) and held aloft by hydrogen filled polyethylene balloons. The launch platform will then rise to an elevation >20km where the atmospheric pressure has descended below 50mb. The first experiment will be a scaled model (wiki/rockoon) utilizing modifications from a 3D printer to (1) construct a successful release, (2) research center of gravity and (3) clearance.

Coming Soon > Experiment Series - Rocket Aerodynamics
Engineering > HLT1