where to get Cesaroni 6 grain pro54 rocksim engine files

where to get Cesaroni 6 grain pro54 rocksim engine files

Post by Art Upto » Mon, 27 Oct 2003 07:17:11



Hi guys.

I was needing to Sim the new K660 6 grain pro54 to fly in my new SS-KRoc
I've built and am just finishing for three oaks.

I've been to thurstcurve, rocket reviews and
http://www.stephensonline.ca/carweb/mcc_ct_k660.html

but I still have not found rasp or rocksim eng files for the 6 grain pro54.
I found all the others on em rocket reviews.

anyone know where to find it ?

Art

 
 
 

where to get Cesaroni 6 grain pro54 rocksim engine files

Post by Jerry Irvin » Mon, 27 Oct 2003 07:06:41




Quote:
> Hi guys.

> I was needing to Sim the new K660 6 grain pro54 to fly in my new SS-KRoc
> I've built and am just finishing for three oaks.

> I've been to thurstcurve, rocket reviews and
> http://www.stephensonline.ca/carweb/mcc_ct_k660.html

> but I still have not found rasp or rocksim eng files for the 6 grain pro54.
> I found all the others on em rocket reviews.

> anyone know where to find it ?

> Art

In case it is not available, use the stated power, stated burn time and
divide to get the stated thrust.

Use the stated propellant mass or divide N-s power by 2 toget G.

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where to get Cesaroni 6 grain pro54 rocksim engine files

Post by Len Le » Mon, 27 Oct 2003 07:45:46




Quote:
>but I still have not found rasp or rocksim eng files for the 6 grain pro54.
>I found all the others on em rocket reviews.

        Try this site...

http://members.shaw.ca/cfr2/downloads/download.html

 
 
 

where to get Cesaroni 6 grain pro54 rocksim engine files

Post by Art Upto » Mon, 27 Oct 2003 08:16:07



Quote:
> Try this site...
> http://members.shaw.ca/cfr2/downloads/download.html

that's the Ticket Len, and thanks !

Art

 
 
 

where to get Cesaroni 6 grain pro54 rocksim engine files

Post by Robert Col » Mon, 27 Oct 2003 09:55:21




Quote:
>that's the Ticket Len, and thanks !

>Art

You're quite welcome. Look for the M520 RASP file to show up on the
Cole Fired Rockets Page in the next few days (of course I'll leave a
message here when it's up online).

        Rob Cole

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where to get Cesaroni 6 grain pro54 rocksim engine files

Post by Len Le » Mon, 27 Oct 2003 14:31:04


Quote:

>You're quite welcome. Look for the M520 RASP file to show up on the
>Cole Fired Rockets Page in the next few days (of course I'll leave a
>message here when it's up online).

   That sounds like quite the long-burn motor.  :-)  I presume it's a
Pro75...?
 
 
 

where to get Cesaroni 6 grain pro54 rocksim engine files

Post by Jason Anderse » Mon, 27 Oct 2003 22:41:39


Actually it's a Pro98! Almost 14 seconds of burn.  :)   Seen one fly at Rock
Lake and it just went and went and went.........

And on the opposite end of the spectrum was an I600....  Burn time of just
under a second! I would like to see that one certified.

Check out the CAR site for the details.
http://www.stephensonline.ca/carweb/motor_index.html

Jason


Quote:

> >You're quite welcome. Look for the M520 RASP file to show up on the
> >Cole Fired Rockets Page in the next few days (of course I'll leave a
> >message here when it's up online).

>    That sounds like quite the long-burn motor.  :-)  I presume it's a
> Pro75...?

 
 
 

where to get Cesaroni 6 grain pro54 rocksim engine files

Post by Jerry Irvin » Mon, 27 Oct 2003 22:44:10




Quote:
> Actually it's a Pro98! Almost 14 seconds of burn.  :)   Seen one fly at Rock
> Lake and it just went and went and went.........

CTI is picking up the cool motor mantle with MOONBURNERS!!

Quote:

> And on the opposite end of the spectrum was an I600....  Burn time of just
> under a second! I would like to see that one certified.

> Check out the CAR site for the details.
> http://www.stephensonline.ca/carweb/motor_index.html

> Jason




> > >You're quite welcome. Look for the M520 RASP file to show up on the
> > >Cole Fired Rockets Page in the next few days (of course I'll leave a
> > >message here when it's up online).

> >    That sounds like quite the long-burn motor.  :-)  I presume it's a
> > Pro75...?

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where to get Cesaroni 6 grain pro54 rocksim engine files

Post by Paul Runio » Tue, 28 Oct 2003 23:32:13


Andy at Skunk Works Rocketry has them in stock (LEUP required)

Mike Luna


Quote:
> Hi guys.

> I was needing to Sim the new K660 6 grain pro54 to fly in my new SS-KRoc
> I've built and am just finishing for three oaks.

> I've been to thurstcurve, rocket reviews and
> http://www.stephensonline.ca/carweb/mcc_ct_k660.html

> but I still have not found rasp or rocksim eng files for the 6 grain
pro54.
> I found all the others on em rocket reviews.

> anyone know where to find it ?

> Art

 
 
 

where to get Cesaroni 6 grain pro54 rocksim engine files

Post by Jerry Irvin » Wed, 29 Oct 2003 02:00:17




Quote:
> Andy at Skunk Works Rocketry has them in stock (LEUP required)

LEUP illegally demanded.

Quote:

> Mike Luna



> > Hi guys.

> > I was needing to Sim the new K660 6 grain pro54 to fly in my new SS-KRoc
> > I've built and am just finishing for three oaks.

> > I've been to thurstcurve, rocket reviews and
> > http://www.stephensonline.ca/carweb/mcc_ct_k660.html

> > but I still have not found rasp or rocksim eng files for the 6 grain
> pro54.
> > I found all the others on em rocket reviews.

> > anyone know where to find it ?

> > Art

--
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Please bring common sense back to rocketry administration.
Produce then publish.  http://www.usrockets.com
My articles valuable? Donate at iKobo.com c/o my email.