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hello every one ,

i'm in my engg pre-final year and i'm intrested to do my mini project related to aerospace .

my project is on how to carry light weight or delicate objects into space ? main problem here is the heavy vibrations of the launch vehicle which destoys the objects inside it . can anyone suggest me wt mechanism to be used in order to reduce the affect of vibrations on the delicate object inside it .....

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<br />hello every one ,<br />i'm in my engg pre-final year and i'm intrested to do my mini project related to aerospace . <br />my project is on how to carry light weight or delicate objects into space ? main problem here is the heavy vibrations of the launch vehicle which destoys the objects inside it . can anyone suggest me wt mechanism to be used in order to reduce the affect of vibrations on the delicate object inside it .....<br />

 

You didn't provide any specs which has to be satisfied. Under certain cases such as small payloads, try submersing it in a fluid such as water.

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You didn't provide any specs which has to be satisfied. Under certain cases such as small payloads, try submersing it in a fluid such as water.

 

i'm making a small rocket of 90cms length and 5cms dia , firstly i want to carry one egg to a certain altitude and bring it back safely with help of a parachute .

as u said using water will increase the weight of the rocket a bit , what i thought was to keep the egg in a small cardboard box where it is fixed and install it inside the rocket with the help of small springs(spring is in between the cardboard box and inner wall of the rocket ) . i'm facing a problem in case of dimensions of the rocket .

 

any suggestions pls....

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