- Jan 19, 2009
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Would a 4 C-6 cluster be concidered mid-power?
I thought it was the Krushnik effect. Hmm wasnt bernoulli the guy who discovered as the speed of a fluid increases its density decreases. I thought the Krushnik effect was when the motor was near the pad and the engines were somewhat up in the rocket and the high speed gases pulled the air out of the back of the rocket causnig a vacuum and if to close to the pad this vacuum would hold the rocket downOriginally posted by kenobi65
Sounds like you may have suffered a Bernoulli lock. How far off the blast shield was the bottom of the rocket?
Are the three upper stage motors arranged in a tight cluster or are they spread out?Originally posted by rocketdad0934
. . . would like the info on how to . . . make this thing go. lighting the three engines from the one. what do I need??