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The HyPER program is a program to develop a hybrid rocket suitable for sounding rocket experiments to reach 30km+. It could also double as boosters for the AUSROC IV program.
The first HyPER (formerly Dawnbuster) project, is an 80mm hybrid rocket producing up to 1000n thrust. It has a flight profile similar to ASRI's solid fuel sighter rocket. It is to give ASRI members experience in rocket project design, construction and launch techniques and procedures.
A video of the HyPER static test can be viewed here (1.9meg)
In 2005 ASRI assisted the University of Adelaide to develop and static test a hybrid motor to develop wax based solid fuel grains. ASRI also supported the project by providing its Building 5 and static test bay. Through this support the University was able to static test fire the motor around 50 times gaining valuable data on wax based fuel grain formulas.
University team with test motor.
University team with Adelaide Astronaut Andy Thomas at the Universities Engineering Expo. (pictures University of Adelaide)
The HyPER team is led by Mike Nicholls