I need to know how to build my engine
Topic by nasda 11 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I have been building a mini Jet Engine. I have a VERY STRONG electric fan for the compressor. Outer shell is made of sheet metal. The fuel I have been trying to use is gasoline. The intake is about 2.5 inches across and about 3 inches in it begins to close up to about 0.6 inch diameter where the air is compressed and mixed with fuel before being burnt. The problem is that its starts but it explodes. Is it too much fuel, to much compression from the compressor, to small of a diameter for the combustion chamber and exhaust or something else completely? Haven't done much with jet before so any help would be appreciated. Thanks
Question by Electric Spectre1 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
If the intake turbines' speed is regulated by the compressed exhaust over the rear turbines, would it be more effecent to have 2 props in a row, or a single large one at the rear of the engine to control the rotation speed?
Question by shawneegeek 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
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Topic by Kiteman 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Hi Guys Can anyone please help me. I have recently purchased a few parts for a jet engine off ebay as a possible project but can't find what engine they may have came off. The combustion chamber is different to what you see in smaller rc jet engine. The turbine wheel blades are dove tailed like on bigger jets and the compressor wheel has an inducer of around 95mm. I would imagine if this could ever run again it would produce a serious amount of thrust. I have uploaded some photos and would be grateful of any help.
Topic by hughes674 4 years ago
I'm looking for a simple tube/pipe Pulse Jet to build.
Question by MK1Jack 10 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Question by harishveer 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
I see pulse jet engines made from glass jars all the time and then i see the ones made of metal on youtube and stuff that actually have soe thrust and i have been wanting to make on but I can not fin plan for one so if someone could help me out i would greatly appreciate it.
Question by Clayton12345 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Not very a complicated one. Something you can make out of stuff that you have at home.
Question by Aron313 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
The reason i need to know is not for an rc jet it's for a projet. the projet is very secret because when you invent something trust no one especially the web al anyone needs to know it has to do with flying.
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I'm searching some material in which a very heat can flow with out destroy the metal
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How can i explain this factors which affect my computer! 1.Excessive temperature 2.Human being 3.Power outrage 4.Corrosion 5.Viruses 6.noise 7.Dust building up
hey im wanting to try and make my own jet lighter but i dont know how the main turbine part works. if someone coud post a few pitures like the shape of the blades the layout of them and how the gas and air mixes that would be a big help thanks (^_^)
Question by rug 8 years ago | last reply 1 year ago
Ive got an ink jet printer that bust on me a few days ago, and ive always wonered if it would be possible to replace the ink cartrages with a cutting blade and use it as a vinyl/cardboard/anything else you can think of cutter. my school had a vinyl cutter which i used a lot, but i dont have access to that any more. the only problems i can see are things like "how can i get the blade to come off the paper between letters etc? how would it cope with changes in direction? could it be programmed to follow a line instead of the side to side action?" if this wouldnt work, anyone got any other ideas for a cocked up ink jet printer? shame to waste it. attach a laser?? lol. a really budget laser cutter. could the motors and rails be used for anything else? its got a scanner attached too, but i cant think of a use for that, other than turning it into a SAD lamp (seasonal affected disorder). i think it would be bright enough. ideas?
Topic by roosta 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
I need a jet lighter, but I do not want to buy it off the internet.
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Question by tyler.john.77312 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Hey guys/girls, I need some assistance. for my Year 10 metalwork major, im going to attempt to make a jet engine powered gokart. I need some assistance with the plans for it. I need to find a way to make a gokart frame, acceleration and brakes, and a working jet engine powerful enough to propel the kart. any ideas are welcome, no matter how weird :) cheers
Question by Shadowwalker2551 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Hello. Me and couple of my local DIY buddies are also big fans of fishing. Because we are all students and can't drop 1K+ on normal outboard motor for our tiny aluminum boat, we are thinking on making our own. What we have here is a 200cc lawnmower engine. Because we don't wanna get into business of making our own gears we are looking for ways to implement water jet system. The problem is we just can't figure out what is gonna do a good job of being our turbine. Any suggestions? Does anyone know if the intake half of automotive turbocharger is gonna for pumping water?
Topic by Kizzmansky 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I just wanted to say SOMEONE HAS TO MAKE ONE OF THESE :DAt first glance, this looks like a very well-to-do neighbourhood. One in which Formula One racing cars, private jets, speedboats and the kind of equipment that any fledgling rock band would be proud of are left lying around in the garage.In fact, these utterly realistic images are printed on plastic sheets which are stuck on garage doors - the latest craze for home owners who want to not so much keep up with, as totally freak out, the Joneses.The weather and fire-resistant prints are designed to disguise that boring, flaky, greying metalwork. Held in place by industrial strength Velcro, they are easy to change and virtually indestructible.Source
Topic by spiritwolf7984 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Ok so I am doing a project it and looking for a nice way to finish it off. I have this part down pretty good... I have laser printed photos use acrylic medium to transfer the photo to the wood. Then I put some mod podge gloss coat over it. And this looks fine. But... I have recently been interested in using a product called "glaze coat" it's a 2 part epoxy that is used for thinks like counter tops and stuff just gives it a nice hard crystal clear glossy finish. But I'm worried that it might destroy the pictures in the wood if I use it. Any ideas or experience doing this.
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Wasn't it in a highly populated area?? Doesn't everybody carry camera phones these days??
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I'm looking for a bunch, so price is crucial.
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Please help me it is very urgent for my project
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