OpenRocket Chuck Norris
- Mar 27, 2013
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I often get messages that say "Discontinuity in rocket body diameter", which I'll often edit out of the images. So, I'd say yes. However, these nosecones are commercially produced rockets, and to my knowledge, only a couple of rockets have ever been recalled.This is amazing! I didn't even know this was possible.
Does it affect the simulation aerodynamics at all?
I've used "Most" of the V2 Tail Cone so far toward the making of a Nose Cone.:Ok... So, it's not a Nose Cone...
Today, I have the Estes Plastic Tail Cone (p/n 071033). Used in their V2 Semi-Scale Model (3228):
For those with other ideas... Here it is again in the "raw" configuration:
And just in case someone wants to use this *AS* a nosecone, I give you the nosecone version:
The "fins" and the "vents" are approximations, and shouldn't be thought of as canon.
Find the file you like (say the the PNC-50V). Download it.How do I get one of these into my Openrocket???
I'de like the Crossfire Nosecone to use in a Sim, as my 24mm seems like it would be worth simming. I'de like to get an Idea of how fast it goes.
It really surprised me yesterday on a C11.
Doh! I didn't delete the rear cone (transition), and the bodytube needed to get the image before uploading the file.