Cesaroni Pro38 thrust curves

Cesaroni Pro38 thrust curves

Post by Jay Calver » Wed, 01 Jan 2003 15:26:34



Anyone have the "US spec" thrust curves converted to RocSim/wRASP format to
share?  (G69, H153, I205, I285, J285, J330).

Link or email appreciated.

Thanks,
Jay
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Cesaroni Pro38 thrust curves

Post by Iain Bank » Wed, 01 Jan 2003 19:00:42


thrust curves converted to RocSim/wRASP format to

Quote:
> share?  (G69, H153, I205, I285, J285, J330).

> Link or email appreciated.

> Thanks,
> Jay
> --

Hi Jay,

Try the Pro38 website:   http://www.pro38.com/prodspecs.html

There is a 62.5g US spec Rocksim .ENG file on this page.

Iain

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Cesaroni Pro38 thrust curves

Post by Chris Masul » Sat, 04 Jan 2003 01:54:05


Quote:


> thrust curves converted to RocSim/wRASP format to
> > share?  (G69, H153, I205, I285, J285, J330).

> > Link or email appreciated.

> > Thanks,
> > Jay
> > --

> Hi Jay,

> Try the Pro38 website:   http://www.pro38.com/prodspecs.html

> There is a 62.5g US spec Rocksim .ENG file on this page.

> Iain

> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Iain Banks
> UKRA #1274 Level 1

> Remove YOUR_PANTS to reply
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Hello Jay,

The Rocksim files you are looking for are on the EMRR web page.
For some reason the Pro38 site has the old data. I was looking for the
H153 to sim my AMRAAM3 with and found it on EMRR. Look under
http://www.rocketreviews.com/cp_rocksim.shtml for Cesaroni Pro38's
They also have the new 5G and 6G files.

Off topic
The strange thing I found here was the AT EconoJet file data did not
match what I had. The specs were different on the few motors I tried.