I hope they like it when they get back from Costa Rica. I also hope they don't look at my website before they get back.
There are 6 thermocouples placed in two rings about the internal geometry of the nosecone which can be used to interpret factors of the heatup with happens when the rocket moves quickly against the drag force in the atmosphere.
More photos at (https://photos.app.goo.gl/iALfYJewFgX6EdpB6)
We used a preheated to bring the board up to temperature after placing the solder paste and components.
The picture here shows nearly the whole class of 2020 at orientation. I am near the back in the center.
I have been getting back into the CAD'ing again, mostly Solidworks. And perhaps doing something with my arm CAD... stay tuned.
This past Easter weekend, Ally and I drove from Boston to Montreal for two days and then drove to Acadia National Park for another two day...
I have been meaning to open this for a while now. This PCB came off an old smoke detector I found in a pile of electronic trash. A lot of...
I have been spending some of my spare time learning the ropes of Amazon Web Services (AWS). This service is great for handling large scale n...
My friend David and I turned on a Stirling engine on Friday. The engine is a Cryotel CT from Sunpower in Ohio. The device is capable of br...