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The main goal of this paper is development of multi-stage Launch Vehicle (LV) system design software based on advanced classical method. This software has been named Launch Vehicle Conceptual Classical Design (LVCCD). This software covers the complete syllabuses of LV System Design (LVSD) course. The main characteristic of the software development is to step by step training the LVSD. Also it can help the better understand in the course in the best quality and lower time. The algorithm used in the software developed according to the outline of LVSD (major design parameters, LV's mass-energy equations and velocity losses and etc.) and using the multi-stage LV statistical data. Hence, these advantages led to better understanding and conceive. Also LVCCD can improve the qualification of training. Finally, the LVCCD software evaluated and verified with the design software as Launch Vehicle Conceptual Design (LVCD) and PBRM by using existing multi-stage LV.
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