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Albrecht said they began designing as soon as they were approved and they have been working on it ever since, testing the rocket, analyzing problems, and fixing their craft when needed.
Nyssa Ramirez said the gro began to manufacture and build their rocket, Tonitruous, in Winter 2013.
Albrecht said they’ve split the work into four teams. He said their propulsion team is responsible for the ignition system, the structure team builds the actual rocket, the recovery team ensures the rocket stays in one piece and the outreach team visits and motivates students in the surrounding area, to get them excited about science and engineering.
Some team members said they have enjoyed applying what they’ve learned in class to the rocket.
“It’s a brand new project so it’s a big learning curve for everyone involved. We are scrambling to learn a lot of the basics; how rockets work and why things need to be done certain ways. That’s kind of a big problem, but it’s also a big part of the fun,” said Jordan Peterson, a junior studying mechanical engineering and a member of the propulsion team.
Thomas Cooley, a freshman studying mechanical engineering and a member of the structure team, said he enjoyed designing and manufacturing pieces for the rocket.
“It was cool to see the parts that I had designed be manufactured. It came out really close to how I thought it would,” Cooley said.
Enzo Ramirez, a senior studying mechanical engineering and co-lead for the propulsion team, said he’s enjoyed seeing the improvement of the team overall.
“My favorite part has been seeing the growth and the interest from the students and seeing how this is becoming something more,” Enzo Ramirez said.
Albrecht said that if everything goes well, the engineering students want to be able to enter the advanced part of the competition as well. He also said they want to have the underclassmen enter the basic competition, which is the one they’re entering now, and then have the perclassmen enter the advanced division.
Enzo Ramirez said the gro has already come with some ideas for reasons the rocket would’ve exploded. He said the gros hopes to rebuild and be able to do another test this Saturday.
Enzo Ramirez said creating this rocket gives students experience and prepares them to find employment after graduation.