[NRVR-Members] HPR glossary and useful safety & other docs

Thomas Tweeks Weeks tom at theweeks.org
Sun Oct 21 23:09:22 CDT 2018

Thanks for bringing up these two great references Adrien.. I too would recommend them to anyone wanting to go a bit deeper into the hobby.
I've got both books.. and each is very different in how to covers HPR, but still good books to check out.
The  [ Modern High Power Rocketry 2 ]( https://smile.amazon.com/Modern-High-Power-Rocketry-Mark-Canepa/dp/1412058104/ ) book is awesome. It's old but contains a widely sourced plethora of best practices, tricks & tips, and wisdom harvested from many HPR communities and experts.  It's a lot of info.. and is a little haphazard in its layout and flow, but still recommended as a great off-line resource and I still keep it by my build workbench. 
I was glad to see [ Make: High Power Rockets ]( https://smile.amazon.com/Make-High-Power-Construction-Certification-Thousands/dp/1457182971/ ) recently come on the scene as a newer publication. I like this book as it's a cleaner, simple read and more about a single person's journey fom the world of low power model rockets into HPR and certification than as much of a desktop reference like MHPR2.  The author does scratch the surface of altimeters, pyrogens, recovery system design, and several other important HPR topics.. but it's just not nearly as deep as MHPR2 gets.
Recommend checking out both, if you can. Maybe I'll bring them in to our next meeting if we get some time in December.
On Sunday, October 21, 2018 12:00pm, "Adrien Drouault" <adrien.drouault at gmail.com> said:

If you like books, I would recommend [ Modern High Power Rocketry 2 ]( https://smile.amazon.com/Modern-High-Power-Rocketry-Mark-Canepa/dp/1412058104/ ) (now 13 years old... Also, the formatting of the Nook version is kind of messed up), and [ Make: High Power Rockets ]( https://smile.amazon.com/Make-High-Power-Construction-Certification-Thousands/dp/1457182971/ ) (published late last year; I haven't noticed any formatting issues in the Kindle version).

On Sun, Oct 21, 2018 at 11:05 AM [ tweeks at theweeks.org ]( mailto:tweeks at theweeks.org ) <[ tweeks-imap at theweeks.org ]( mailto:tweeks-imap at theweeks.org )> wrote:
Was just thinking, with our newer HP members and students might find these HP documents useful:
Rocketry Glossary - [ http://www.rocketmime.com/space/glossary.html ]( http://www.rocketmime.com/space/glossary.html )
TRA Safety "SLP" Card - [ http://server2.nrvr.org/files/2017_SLP-card.pdf ]( http://server2.nrvr.org/files/2017_SLP-card.pdf )
TRA HP Safety Code - [ http://server2.nrvr.org/files/2017_HighPowerSafetyCode.pdf ]( http://server2.nrvr.org/files/2017_HighPowerSafetyCode.pdf )
Getting Started w/High Power - [ http://nrvr.org/what-is-high-power-rocketry/ ]( http://nrvr.org/what-is-high-power-rocketry/ )
Just off the top of my head..
Anyone else have anything useful to share for newer folks/students?
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