Thursday, February 10, 2011

RASAero 94,000' Project Added To There Web Site

News Release by Rogers Aeroscience


Wednesday, February 09, 2011

WORLD WIDE WEB — Rogers Aeroscience is pleased to announce that a new free download on the OuR Project R Rocket 94,000 foot flight has been added to the RASAero aerodynamic analysis and flight simulation software website.



The OuR Project R-powered amateur rocket that reached 94,000 feet in August of 1996 has been added to the RASAero aerodynamic analysis and flight simulation software website. Photo and cover photo courtesy of Earl L. Cagle, Jr., Copyright © 1996-2011. The free technical report download contains the series of technical articles which were published in the July 1997 issue of High Power Rocketry magazine on the OuR Project R Rocket, which had a total impulse of 260,000 Newton-seconds, and which reached an altitude of 94,000 feet above ground level.

The download includes the technical article Postflight Analysis of the OuR Project R Rocket Flight, by Charles E. Rogers, on the postflight analysis of the rocket performance using time to apogee from on-board video and the mid 1990's versions of the Rogers Aeroscience aerodynamic drag prediction and altitude prediction software.

The OuR Project R Rocket tech article download can be found on the RASAero web site in the Technical Report Downloads - High Altitude Rocket Flights section.

Additional information on the RASAero software can be found on the RASAero web site at http://www.rasaero.com/.

The RASAero authors, Charles E. (Chuck) Rogers and David (Coop) Cooper can be contacted at CRogers168@aol.comThis email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it .

Chuck Rogers
Rogers Aeroscience

1 comment:

  1. As an 11th grader, this project blew my mind.

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