Engineering NewsTuesday, 9 June, 2009
BLOODHOUND SSC’s rocket man, Daniel Jubb, reports that the 15.2cm (6-inch) diameter rocket engine was successfully fired on 31st May 2009 at the testing site in the Mojave desert. This is the development version of the rocket that will be installed into BLOODHHOUND SSC.
Event NewsThursday, 4 June, 2009
We know he’s fast in a straight line, but can he go around corners?
Education NewsThursday, 4 June, 2009
The launch of the BLOODHOUND SSC on the Road schools workshop was enthusiastically received by over 200 primary school pupils, teachers and parents as well as the Swansea University aerodynamics team.
Engineering NewsFriday, 29 May, 2009
At a recent 1K Club engineering presentation, Mark Chapman talked about “Topology Optimisation” when designing parts of BLOODHOUND SSC. A grand sounding name, but what is “Topology Optimisation”?
Project NewsSunday, 24 May, 2009
“What we need is a full-size model to show people …”. So went the conversation a couple of months ago when this year’s programme of events was planned out.
Education NewsMonday, 18 May, 2009
I thought I would just let you know what I am hoping to do in our school. I work at Bay House School and currently have responsibility for electronics within Design & Technology. Along with a colleague I attended the first CPD event at Southampton.
Engineering NewsFriday, 8 May, 2009
Looking at some of the additional Aero work that is being done on the intake.
Education NewsMonday, 27 April, 2009
A mini rocket propelled BLOODHOUND was launched with crowds of onlookers at Southampton University March 7 for National Science and Engineering Week. About 600 people of all ages watched three launches during the day.
Education NewsSunday, 26 April, 2009
The BLOODHOUND SSC Engineering Adventure passed another milestone a month or two ago when the 500th school engaged with the education programme.