Pulsejet Powered Bicycle

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About: hello everyone iam steam turbine design engineer. My hobbies are making pulsejet engines,stirling engines,animations.
Edit: In this video my mom sponsored me and she encouraged me for making this project and you all can see her in the video. Iam riding bicycle,sister taking video my mom holding bicycle.
Hello everyone iam an engineering student, so i made this for my final year project. It works great.

This is the first time i ran my bicycle with the engine i thought to run the bicycle for two rounds but unfortunately the end plate got damaged and flamed out so i was able to run the bicycle for 12 seconds. And really augmenter was very useful for my engine it gave some good amount of power. This was my long term goal atlast i achieved it successfully without any damage to me.

This is the development of my chinese type valveless engine which you see the original version(without augmenter) in my instructable. The engine without augmenter produces a thrust of 13pounds after augmentation it produces a thrust of 22to 24pounds of thrust. PLEASE REDUCE THE VOLUME BEFORE WATCHING THE VIDEO. Engine has been placed and tested successfully over the bicycle, it pushed so hard. 14.2kg gas tank was used to test.

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    unick1

    5 years ago on Introduction

    please i want to do something similar for my project, please contact me boss.... i need ur help ganuganu

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    unick1

    5 years ago on Introduction

    please ganuganu, i want to built a similar engine for my project, i need ur help on it please. my mail is tonienick@yahoo.com . please contact me

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    ganuganuThe nerdling

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    yes exactly i need a bigger bike, because u can see the spark plug hits the front tyre of the bicycle.

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    freeman63

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Nice to see a fellow indian achieve an engineering success, without any (too) fancy of equippment.

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    godfish

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Dude, YOU ROCK.. My Dad explained what a pulse jet me when I was 8 and I've always wanted to make one, now I don't feel the need to. Good work.

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    rimar2000ganuganu

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    OK, and remember to make cylindrical the inlet-outlet tube, no conical. I am anxious to see the result.