hey, guys, have you heard about working on a pulse-jet engine. The idea sounds to be crazy.
you had come to a correct place now below you can see how we made a valveless pulse-jet engine
This is my first valveless pulse jet engine ( u shaped ) Lockwood-Hiller design I used stainless steel sheets for making pulse jet engine because stainless-steel is the best metal to withstand high amount of temperatures
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Step 1: SELECTION OF MATERIAL
I used stainless steel sheets for making pulse jet engine because stainless-steel is the best metal to withstand high amount of temperatures
Step 2: COMBUSTION CHAMBER
selection of combustion chamber decides the size and thrust of jet engine
Step 3: U TUBES
u tubes are complicated in order to make but in this design, they are very easy to make
Step 4: AUGMENTORS
AUGMENtORS play an important role in increasing thrust or a jet engine up to about 30%
Step 5: FUELING JET ENGINE
we used LPG to start up of engine and engine runs on LPG and liquid fuel such as petrol/diesel/kerosene which is sprayed into combustion chamber using a high-pressure fuel pump.
liquid fuel injector should spray the fuel in the form of a spray. that mean correct selection of high-pressure fuel pump and fuel injector plays an important role in proper fueling a jet engineLPG cylinder with high-pressure regulator
Step 6: AIR SOURCE FOR START UP
we used a leaf blower powered using a 25cc si-engine in which we need enough air to enter the combustion chamber to initiate combustion
Step 7: IGNITION SOURCE
ignition is carried out by using a high-end transformer coil powered by a battery in order to initiate LPG fire