Parachute Drag coefficient

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  1. Mar 12, 2019 #1

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    hi guys. I have some problem about parachutes. I' dont know which coefficient should ı use for parachute. we have now paragliding parachute , we are planing to reshape it as a rocket parachute but ı coul'dt find the drag coefficient. we want to make raound parachute for our rocket. Could anyone help me about that ?.
     

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    I know it's huge but we will sew it. 200 lps is not the exact weight of rocket, nearly.
     
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    Yeah its huge but we will reshape it when we calculate the diameter of our parachute. We will just use it as a material. I can confirm that our rocket will be 200 lbs. Which details do u want to know?
     
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