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Old 01-18-2009, 12:04 AM
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Talking RockSim Tips & Tricks

Elsewhere on YORF, Don "Barone" Fent and that Craig McGraw boy observed:
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Originally Posted by barone
Maybe we need a "RockSim" section here in the forum under "Workbench" where people who have a RockSim specific question can ask it and those really knowledgable about the subject can inform us. I know there's bits and pieces posted all over this forum but maybe a dedicated section would be helpful? [SNIP] it would be really nice to find all the info in one spot instead of surfing the forum trying to find it.....
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Originally Posted by CPMcGraw
Maybe we should create a new thread...?
So here we go.

In the interest of keeping the content of this particular thread on-topic , please limit your questions and answers to the following loose but specific parameters :

Q. "I have RockSim [specify version here]. How do you make ring and tube fins sim accurately?"

A. "That will require borrowing a technique pioneered by Bruce S. 'teflonrocketry1' Levison, who is a qualified RockSim guru. Here's how Bruce does it..."


Each of us who have been bashing around with RockSim for a version or three have either managed to come up with our own little tricks, or learned and borrowed from other people (or each other). And migrating between versions can require some adjustments, too. ("What the hey? I *used* to be able to do that with the old version of RockSim? What gives with *this?*"


So here we go. (Parent's voice) "I don't think I need to remind you boys and girls to play nice."


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