- Mar 14, 2015
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Thank you fred18. I have deleted ROT_SPEED=250 and now all SRBs are calmly jettisoned.
Stage.dll 2010 by BrianJ is required for default
jettisoned items. It is included in this package with
the permission of BrianJ.
Fred18, is there a possibility of varying the thrust and Isp based on atmosphere or vacuum? I skimmed through the documentation and I saw a parameter based on ISP variation for thrusters but not for the engines.
I have to update the docs with this. I'll find the time sooner or later :hide:
Nope, i think it depends on pressure, desn't it? The thrust given is at the reference pressure level (pressure_sl), then if you lowerthe pressure you get higher thrust. I think it works this way. I'm saying that I think because it uses the built in feature in orbiter of giving reference pressure and I haven't checked if it's the way orbiter core works
From what I read in post number 403, the pressure_sl variable seems to only be used for other planets or moons in the solar system and is used only for ISP, not thrust. Over here: http://www.orbiter-forum.com/showthread.php?p=524854&highlight=impulse#post524854
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I've just done a test and that seems to be true, currently I don't think there is anything to model the difference in thrust due to atmosphere.
When the SLS takes off it goes up then blows up. any ideas ?