[NRVR-Members] Anyone own a 10 foot chute to borrow this Saturday for a non-NRVR launch?
opensky9 at vt.edu
Wed Apr 20 09:41:38 CDT 2016
I believe I have a 9' rocket man chute. Rocketman chutes are an unconventional shape though. This one is designed for about an 11mph decent of a 15lb rocket and 12mph decent of an 18lb rocket. Let me know if that works for you. I can't make it to the meeting tomorrow so I'd have to give it to you tomorrow afternoon.
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> On Apr 20, 2016, at 10:17 AM, Jordan Truesdell <jordan at truesdell.org> wrote:
> I have a 7'-6" military flare/drop chute. Flat canopy (not hemispherical or elliptical) with an octagonal shape (7'-6" across the points, 7' across the flats), 84" lines, and a weight of 350g. It may be too small, but you're welcome to borrow it if you think it will work. Just FYI - I will be leaving town tomorrow at noon.
>> On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 6:50 AM, Bob Schoner <bob.schoner at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I know I have a 10 foot and pretty sure I have an 8 foot. You can borrow either one.
>>> On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 5:09 AM Fareez Chowdhury <fareez.chowdhury at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> This is Fareez Chowdhury, the captain from the VT Rocketry team. We're getting ready for our competition this Saturday (therefore we cannot make the NRVR launch.) Our rocket is basically done sans some painting to be done Wednesday night. However, after running simulations based on our most updated model, we're worried we're descending too slowly on our 14 foot chute for our capsule, and would also like to save some weight after our rebuild. Our simulations show that an ideally 8 ft chute (or at most a 10 foot chute) would be ideal.
>>> It's a bit last minute, but does anyone own an 8 ft to 10 ft chute we could borrow for competition weekend this Saturday? If so, would it be possible to borrow it during the Thursday NRVR meeting?
>>> Please let me know ASAP. Hope to see you all Thursday night!
>>> Fareez Chowdhury
>>> Mechanical Engineering
>>> Virginia Tech, Class of 2017
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