How high does a B6 6 rocket engine go?

How high does a B6 6 rocket engine go?

Apogee Apprentice

Engine Engine Manufacturer Altitude (m)
B4-4 Estes 185
B4-4 Quest 218
B4-6 Quest 218
B6-4 Estes 194

What is the weakest model rocket engine?

The motor smaller than the 1/2A is the 1/4A. Notice that this is again half the size of the the 1/2A. The smallest currently available rocket motor is the 1/8A.

How much weight can a B6 4 rocket engine lift?

4.0 oz
Additional information

Length 2.8 in. (7 cm)
Time Delay 4 Seconds
Estimated Max Lift Weight 4.0 oz (113 g)
Max Thrust 12.10 Newtons (2.7 lbs)
Thrust Duration 0.80 Seconds

What is the largest model rocket engine you can buy?

G-class. The G-class model rocket engine is for launching fairly large model rockets, and these engines come in two different variations. This is the largest that black-powder based model rocket engines can be safely manufactured.

How fast do Estes rockets go?

At the end of this thrusting portion of the flight (1.7 seconds into flight time from liftoff), the model rocket is traveling at its maximum speed. This maximum speed is 670 feet per second or about 3.5 times as fast as the average speed.

How long do Estes rocket engines burn?

There are also 3 classes included in Estes large (24 mm diameter) rocket motors: C, D, and E. The C class 24 mm motors have a maximum thrust between 21.6 and 21.75 N, a total impulse of between 8.8 and 9 Ns, and a burn time between . 8 and . 85 seconds….Performance.

Class Total Impulse (Metric Standard)
G 80.01-160 N·s

Is it illegal to make rocket fuel?

A traditional sugar propellant formulation is typically prepared in a 65:35 (13:7) oxidizer to fuel ratio. There are many different methods for preparation of a sugar-based rocket propellant. In the United States, rocket candy motors are legal to make, but illegal to transport without a low explosives users permit.

Are homemade rockets legal?

How hot do Estes engines get?

Well, let’s find out… Generally, model rocket engines burn at least 1800°F (1000°C). But the temperature varies a lot depending on the propellant. On average, black powder rocket motors burn at around 2750°F (1500°C), and composite (APCP) rocket engines burn anywhere from 2200°F (1200°C) to 5450°F (3000°C).

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