BPM-5 with swirlers ?

Dear readers, The first 100 days in the BPM-100 project has come and gone. And no, unfortunately we haven’t got a working engine here in the workshop. We’ve decided to be a little more thorough Read more…

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Swirlers

As you probably remember, our BPM5 engine uses a relatively simple injector technology. Simple in the way that it is a cylindrical disc with a whole lot of holes in which leads fuel and LOX Read more…

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BPM100 status

It is about time with an update on the BPM100 engine. Let’s start by looking at the dimensions and engine specifications. First, as the name indicates it will be a 100 kN engine. But 100 Read more…

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Rocket-Relay-Race

Dear readers, 1050 km, 72 kg, 4.02 meters and a cross section of 0.25 x 0.25 meters could unmistakably sound like one of the smaller rockets in CS history. However, it’s the basis for one Read more…

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BPM100 DPR?

Dear readers, Designing the world’s largest amateur rocket is not an easy task. It’s an iterative process with a lot of dependencies. One of the very important dependencies relates to the rocket’s “propellant delivery system”, Read more…

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BPM-100 Patch in 100 days

In Copenhagen Suborbitals something very, very big is brewing. Our Flight Director, Thomas Pedersen, has launched a very ambitious mission: To design and build the first BPM-100 rocket engine in 100 days! This engine class Read more…

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