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  1. Hi Everyone, I've been working on a spread sheet in Excel, for various calculations relating to KSP. This is firstly, to learn more about the Physics and Math involved in KSP [and Space flight in general], and secondly, because I was thinking of starting a Barebones Career, as in only adding parts and planets in terms of mods and not anything like KER or Mechjeb, and possible doing IVA only's. [not sure if I'm that confidant with my KSP skills yet though ]. So far I have: - Hohmann Transfer Bi-Elliptic Transfer Interplanetary Transfer Satellite Minimum Altitude Satellite Transfer/Phasing Orbit Rocket Equation (REq) deltaV - available REq - Total Mass for required deltaV REq - deltaV remaining [WIP] TWR To Add I have just started on the Rocket Equation [it's giving me a Headache already and I've not started to turn it around yet] [Ok now starting to turn it around, headache still coming] Questions to everyone: - Would anybody else want a copy? What else should I try to add? What format should I distribute in? If even wanted. [i'll add others as they come up] Anyone who is interested please post so I know it will be wanted. First draft - some sheets are WIP https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8rJGx3hp3uJUTFPQWNhWE5Xb28/view?usp=drivesdk Updates: - Sheet added References and/or inspiration: - Link1 - Interplanetary How-To Guide by @Kosmo-not Link2 - and the PDF version of @Kosmo-not's Guide provided by @Nexus24680 Link3 - Special Thanks to @OhioBob and his Website Link4 - Inspired by @Nexus24680's Orbital Calculator Link5 - Orbits calculator spreadsheet By @Gaarst TBC - Satellite Minimum Orbit Calculator By TBC TBC - Satellite Orbit and 'Spacing' Calculator By TBC Link8 - Interplanetary Trajectories with Low TRW (and No Math) By @Brainlord Mesomorph [Testing Needed] Link9 - The "reverse rocket equation" explained By @GoSlash27 [some Tabs WIP] If anyone knows who or what thread(s) the Satellite stuff come from, 'cos for the life of me I can not find them again?
  2. Nexus24680

    Nexus's Orbital Calculator

    (Inspired by Interplanetary How-To Guide by Kosmo-Not) I proudly present to you the Nexus's Orbital Calculator It does a lot of calculations for you automatically. You only have to input the data. It has a: Orbit Calculator Hohmann Transfer Calculator Interplanetary Transfer Calculator And more... Works for both stock KSP and Real Solar System Download for free by clicking on the link below https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0WLcnclj_TFSVBRUEExSWlmeW8/view?usp=sharing (I'm open to constructive criticism and suggestions)
  3. Hello. I would like to ask if there's a calculator or a spreadsheet that can calculate all the things Alexmoon's Calculator does but for the RealSolarSystem. I would like a spreadsheet or an online tool, please. Because the calculators for KSP (e.g. Alexmoon's, Olex, etc) only work for stock KSP. I've tried abrhmsanchez's one but he doesn't have the Moon. Also, I would like to have the real names of the objects. Also, I would like it to have custom values. E.g. radius, gravity, possibility to add new bodies, in short, that you can modify everything in it. If someone could do this for me, I would be eternally thankful to that person or people. Hope you can do this for me. Or direct me to something that does what I'm asking for. Thanks in advance, Nexus24680
  4. Hello. I would like to ask if there's a calculator or a spreadsheet that can calculate all the things Alexmoon's Calculator does but for the RealSolarSystem. I would like a spreadsheet or an online tool, please. Because the calculators for KSP (e.g. Alexmoon's, Olex, etc) only work for stock KSP. I've tried abrhmsanchez's one but he doesn't have the Moon. Also, I would like to have the real names of the objects. Also, I would like it to have custom values. E.g. radius, gravity, possibility to add new bodies, in short, that you can modify everything in it. If someone could do this for me, I would be eternally thankful to that person or people. Hope you can do this for me. Or direct me to something that does what I'm asking for. Thanks in advance, Nexus24680
  5. So I'm putting together a spreadsheet - in part because KER is not up to date yet, in part for learning experience. Something I've meant to do for a while. Need someone who knows what they're doing to check my math logic here. What I've got going on: I've got a table of engine data and rather than make a user type in their vessel's Isp, I have them place a quantity next to each engine type. These quantities are 0 if none. Might put down they have 1 skipper and 2 thumpers, though. So from what I can tell, the way to measure combined Isp with combinations of engine types is a thrust-weighted average. I guess because thrust and isp are both in relationship to exhaust velocity? Check me here. The formula I've found is: thrust / (thrust 1* isp1 + thrust2*isp2 ...). Since I'm factoring in the quantity of these engines as well, I fist multiply thrust1 by quantity1, so if quantity is 0 the thrust and isp of that engine is removed from the picture. And if they have 2 or 3 of an engine, thrust is doubled, tripled, etc, affecting the weighting of the isp. So where T= total vessel thrust, Tx, Qx, and Ix are thrust, quantity used, and isp of engine number x, this is my formula... T/(T1*Q1/I1 + T2*Q2/I2 ...) (formula runs through every engine in the list this way so it changes as soon as engine count changes) If I tell it I have 1 terrier or 100 terriers, it correctly tells me my Isp is 345, can someone give me test cases and answers to run through my formula?
  6. HazelPine

    The Pine Space Program

    The Pine Space Program! Inspired by a couple of users on this forum, I decided to start a new career save and keep a log of sorts for my progress and to be able to check stats. I'll use a bunch of mods and ingenuity to get kerbals everywhere in the universe! The Log so far is here! The Premise: My plan (for now) is to run a space program using a bunch of mods that enhance the carrer and end-game experience, so that by the end of it all I can finally say I finished a KSP career! That's right! I never even once finished the complete tech tree, nor did I explore all of the planets and moons of the kerbol system, or at least, not without alt-f12 and/or sandbox mode. I will have you someday, Moho. Just to be clear, I did not come up with these log ideas all by myself! I was largely inspired by eberkain and his incredible career logs and graphs and stuff with all the colors and such! So remember to check his one out! I will write up some descriptions of each important milestone rocket or plane family every now and then and get an imgur album up and running with all of the pictures of the PSS so you guys can see it all! Little note: The kerbal engineers discovered that antennas have a set range and efficiency for communications, so now that's another thing that I'll have to do. (Installed RemoteTech2, for extra incentive to think things through.)