December 16, 2022 at 8:14 pmerenkartal571234Subscriber
Hello, i am working on a rocket. To determine the drag coefficient of the rocket, I need to set an area value as a reference value. When I select the surface area of the nose cone of the rocket, the drag force is very low (like 0.04 on a 250 cm rocket). Is this normal?
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