UF Rocket Team’s Propulsion Research program tasks teams with researching, designing, and building solid, liquid, and hybrid propellant rocket engines. Once built, the motors will undergo static motor tests to measure relevant data such as thrust, impulse, burn rate, etc. Through the program, the team hopes to compile a catalog of manufactured motors with statistics and information on how to create them for future use.


Software Verification Engine (SVE)

Software Verification Engine (SVE) is the first liquid engine developed by the University of Florida. SVE is a pressure fed engine with 140 Isp and produces 50 lbf at sea-level thrust. SVE will produced valuable data for the subsequent liquid engine development program.

Engine
  • Fuel: 95% Ethanol (C2H6O)
  • Oxidizer: 50% Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2)
  • Isp Sea-Level: 140s
  • Chamber Pressure: 100 psi
  • Thrust: 50 lbf
  • Cycle: Pressure Feed





If you are in the Gainesville Area, feel free to attend our General Body Meetings!

  • Location: Matherly Hall 0002
  • Time: Mondays 5 - 6 pm

Project Manager

Kenton Prescott

Public Relations

Danny Gardi

Analysis

Oscar Deng

Alan Plaza

Bemjamin Frehn

Charles Pett

Electronics

Christopher Emami

Manufacturing

Nathan Wray

Nicholas D'Agostino

Hayden Chappel

Andrew Davis

Mechanical Design

Jonathan Weese

Devyn McElligott

Caleb Carter

Cody Gast

Calvin Wuorinen

Andres Brenes

Ariel Wald

Jason Ratay

Casey Jones

Noah Yudewitz

Ruan Abarbanel

Propellant Delivery

Nicholas Martinez

Ibrahim KothAwala

Joe Carney

Systems

Peter Torsone

David Misroch

Jynsyn McCullough