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    Discussion in 'The main mechanical design forum' started by mellotango, Dec 10, 2019.

    1. mellotango

      mellotango New Member

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      (Brief Description in 50 Words Or Less)

      Features a bladeless jet engine design that consists of 0 moving parts. Compresses intake air via series of special designed air ducts utilizing principles of ‘air mechanics’. Brings the jet from stationary up to hypersonic speeds. Entire engine can be built using high temperature ceramics instead of expensive metals for better efficiency.


      How It Works (In Principle):

      Step 1: Surrounding Air Enters Front Compressor Inlet

      Step 2: Air Is Compressed Via Combination Of Suction Either/Or Ram Effect

      Step 3: Highly Compressed Air Is Injected With Jet Fuel Mix

      Step 4: Explosive Expanded Air Exits Rear Section As Thrust

      Step 5: Rear Section Consist Of Special Designed Air Ducts

      Step 6: Special Air Ducts Creates A Perpetual Vacuum Chamber

      Step 7: Vacuum Chamber Facilitates Air Suction At Compressor Inlet

      Step 8: Goto Step 1

      Step 9: Non-utilized Residual Thrust Energy Propels Jet Forwards



      Why?

      I’ve been sitting on my hypersonic jet concept for some time now. Have decided life is short and you never know what might happen tomorrow.

      How?

      Previously involved in renewable energy and how convert biomass waste into green energy. Was especially fascinated with idea of Brayton cycle technologies on how to utilize 'impure' biomass fuel instead of clean gas. Researched heavily into pipe duct driven combustion rather than advanced rotative fan blade technology.

      Aim?

      Let's Share-A-Patent!
       
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    3. Erich

      Erich Well-Known Member

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      Build working model. Raise money. Make real machine. Make millions of dollars.
      Just do it.
       
    4. mellotango

      mellotango New Member

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      Thanks for your input Erich. Not sure if I will have the luxury nor capacity to act on my 'what-if' theories. Which could amount to something.. or nothing (at the very worst). But it feels good just to post my thoughts at forums like engineeringclicks. And maybe offer viewers something to think about...
       
      Last edited: Dec 12, 2019

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