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NEW Turkish SLV concept by Roketsan
« on: 05/11/2017 01:25 pm »
Unlike the Gokturk SLV - this one is liquid propelled:

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Re: NEW Turkish SLV concept by Roketsan
« Reply #1 on: 05/11/2017 01:55 pm »
Any info on propellants? Fuel:oxidiser volume ratio based on crude measurement of diagram is about 1:1.65. So definitely not hydrogen or light hydrocarbon, guess kerolox?

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Re: NEW Turkish SLV concept by Roketsan
« Reply #2 on: 05/11/2017 03:42 pm »
Any info on propellants? Fuel:oxidiser volume ratio based on crude measurement of diagram is about 1:1.65. So definitely not hydrogen or light hydrocarbon, guess kerolox?
Tal Inbar says on twitter that no extra info was provided other than what's in the poster. I've had a look at Roketsan's site, and it doesn't look like there's anything there either.

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Re: NEW Turkish SLV concept by Roketsan
« Reply #3 on: 05/11/2017 10:54 pm »
Any info on propellants? Fuel:oxidiser volume ratio based on crude measurement of diagram is about 1:1.65. So definitely not hydrogen or light hydrocarbon, guess kerolox?
That's the volumetric relationship of a gas generator kerosene lox engine (~2.3 O/F).

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Re: NEW Turkish SLV concept by Roketsan
« Reply #4 on: 05/12/2017 08:16 am »
Any info on propellants? Fuel:oxidiser volume ratio based on crude measurement of diagram is about 1:1.65. So definitely not hydrogen or light hydrocarbon, guess kerolox?
That's the volumetric relationship of a gas generator kerosene lox engine (~2.3 O/F).
Thought so, makes sense.

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Re: NEW Turkish SLV concept by Roketsan
« Reply #5 on: 06/16/2018 08:54 am »

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Re: NEW Turkish SLV concept by Roketsan
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Re: NEW Turkish SLV concept by Roketsan
« Reply #7 on: 11/08/2018 12:26 pm »
 Here's the original release (via google translate) from the SSB, unfortunately no timeframe is mentioned. They do have an image which afaik is new.
https://www.ssb.gov.tr/Website/contentList.aspx?PageID=1415&LangID=1
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SSB and Roketsan signed a contract for Micro Satellite Launch System (MUFS) Development Project. When the project is over, micro-satellites of 100 kilograms and below will be placed in the low-earth orbit with a height of at least 400 kilometers. Turkey, owned by the country of the world satellite launch, testing, will have gained the ability to produce infrastructure and bases.
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The project covers the development and testing of the Micro Satellite Launch System, which can accommodate micro-satellites of 100 kilograms and below, with a height of at least 400 kilometers in the Low Earth Trajectory. Under the contract, Roketsan will develop the Micro Satellite Launch Vehicle and install the test / production facilities and launch base. Thus, Turkey has few countries in the world where satellite launch, testing, will have gained the ability to produce infrastructure and bases.

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Re: NEW Turkish SLV concept by Roketsan
« Reply #8 on: 11/09/2018 04:54 am »
Where is Turkey going to launch from and in what direction? The country's location is not exactly favourable.
Akin's Laws of Spacecraft Design #1:  Engineering is done with numbers.  Analysis without numbers is only an opinion.

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