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Cambridge Rocketry Simulator V3.1

Cambridge Rocketry Simulator V3.1
Cambridge Rocketry Simulator V3.1
The Cambridge Rocketry Simulator can be used to simulate the flight of unguided rockets for both design and operational applications. The software consists of three parts; the first part is a GUI that enables the user to design a rocket. The second part is a verified and peer-reviewed physics model that simulates the rocket flight. This includes a Monte Carlo wrapper to model the uncertainty in the rocket's dynamics and the atmospheric conditions. The third part generates visualizations of the resulting trajectories, including nominal performance and uncertainty analysis, e.g. a splash-down region with confidence bounds. The project is available on SourceForge, and is written in Java (GUI), C++ (simulation core) and Python (visualization). While all parts can be executed from the GUI, the three components share information via XML, accommodating modifications, and re-use of individual components.
simulator, java, python, c++, rocket, stochastic
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Box, Simon
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Eerland, Willem
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Box, Simon
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Eerland, Willem
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Box, Simon and Eerland, Willem (2016) Cambridge Rocketry Simulator V3.1. Zenodo doi:10.5281/zenodo.161850 [Dataset]

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Abstract

The Cambridge Rocketry Simulator can be used to simulate the flight of unguided rockets for both design and operational applications. The software consists of three parts; the first part is a GUI that enables the user to design a rocket. The second part is a verified and peer-reviewed physics model that simulates the rocket flight. This includes a Monte Carlo wrapper to model the uncertainty in the rocket's dynamics and the atmospheric conditions. The third part generates visualizations of the resulting trajectories, including nominal performance and uncertainty analysis, e.g. a splash-down region with confidence bounds. The project is available on SourceForge, and is written in Java (GUI), C++ (simulation core) and Python (visualization). While all parts can be executed from the GUI, the three components share information via XML, accommodating modifications, and re-use of individual components.

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Published date: 2016
Keywords: simulator, java, python, c++, rocket, stochastic

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Local EPrints ID: 433778
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/433778
PURE UUID: 5ab5b8f0-084c-47b5-87b2-2f07c6e9f349
ORCID for Willem Eerland: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-4559-6122

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Date deposited: 03 Sep 2019 16:31
Last modified: 24 Sep 2019 16:31

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