Bangladesh checks first hybrid rocket engine

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There shall be a unbroken improvement of hybrid rocket engine by AERD
The venture was led by Szu Heng Baldwin Chen

Newbie Experimental Rocketry Dhaka (AERD), a hybrid rocket propulsion analysis group sponsored by Dr. Anwarul Abedin Institute of Innovation (D2A2I) and American Worldwide College-Bangladesh (AIUB), has efficiently examined the primary hybrid rocket engine in Bangladesh at AIUB’s analysis facility.

In collaboration with the Dr. Anwarul Abedin Institute of Innovation (D2A2I) and the American Worldwide College of Bangladesh (AIUB), Newbie Experimental Rocketry Dhaka (AERD) has examined the primary hybrid rocket engine in Bangladesh.

On account of a protracted day of preparation in the pouring rain, the engine efficiently ignited under the witness of AERD members, their mother, and father, in addition to college students from BRAC, NSU, and AIUB who attended as guests.

On account of months of exhausting work and knowledge assortment, we have now finally been able to see what we had designed come to life. AERD venture chief Szu Heng Baldwin Chen mentioned, “It was a beautiful feeling, and everybody on the crew was relieved.” “We’ve come to a great distance, and we don’t intend to cease now,” AERD member Shahzaib Muaz Abedin mentioned.

It’s the intention of AERD to continue growing hybrid rocket engines and to foster collaborations between communities and universities right here in Bangladesh because it strikes ahead with its actions.

In this group, members who are all for area exploration and rocketry are welcome to join.

AERD consists of a number of members, akin to Szu Heng Baldwin Chen, Shahzaib Muaz Abedin, Sam Cui, Ian Meservey, Razeen Ali, Mushfiqur Shadhin, N M Saif Kabir, Aanha Islam, Yohann Coulibaly, Liam Oliver Novak, and Eojin Kim.

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