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  1. H

    Can PVA-based caulk in internal fillets hold up to high temperatures?

    I've got some Polyseamseal Tub & Tile adhesive caulk I want to try out on my rocket for the first time to make a fillet. The caulk is apparently polyvinyl acetate based. I would be using the caulk to secure a through the wall fin to a motor mount tube containing a F-class motor. My concern is...
  2. EggbertTheAstronaut

    Cold Gas Thruster

    Hello! I am designing a cold gas thruster for a project that will use either N2 or air and I'm having trouble figuring out what my chamber temperature would be. I understand in this case it would be the temperature of the gas before entering the nozzle but I'm not sure if that would just be...
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