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  1. #1 30% and 95% fuel-saving Jet Engine design briefs. 
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    Jet engine Design. What was learnt, or what did God teach us?

    30% fuel saving:
    1 Thrust is inefficient propulsion.
    2 The compressor blades pull the shaft and plane forward as the inclined blades "climb over" the compressed air.
    3 It is compressed air needed to pull plane not thrust to push it.
    In the conventional design the explosion going backwards inefficently seals the compressor section.
    4 so better is to wall the end of the compressor section and take the air out at 90 degrees.
    5 Now increase turbine diameter and the efficiency is increased (the combustion chambers further out)
    6 Depending on the design, up to 30% fuel saving.
    7 The turbine can also pull air around the combustion chambers to cool them.

    95% fuel saving.
    1. Since the turn speed pulls the plane, mount the combustion chambers tangentially. The combustion chambers are at the front of the engine not the back. Deflect the minor thrust backwards down an exhaust pipe.
    2 The hot gases are passed over the rim of a wheel, a plate, protuding into the end of the combustion chamber. The wheel turns.
    3 The wheel-turn also throws air by centrifugal force into the pre-combustion chamber: the gathering chamber.
    4 The air is pulled from the back of the engine and through the plates of the thrust chamber.
    5 Thrust is developed by the tolerancing gaps between the still and moving plates. Since the forward gap is less and the backward gap more, a pressure differential is set up.
    6 Since the air is pulled from the back, it is pulled around from the front and over the exhaust pipes and is therefore pre-heated.
    7 The plates protuding from the lower revolving drum mesh into the still plates coming down from the casing perimeter. The air is continually gaining in velocity as the plates get closer together nearer the front.
    The air dives down against the centrifuge by losing mass and power, gaining velocity. The air then goes out with the centrifugal action gaining power and losing mass.
    So the air is going up and down and up and down right toward the end, where it goes down a final time.
    Two bottom-holed plates there take the air and throw it up into the combustion chambers and also throw some air out via the gap where the plates protude into the exhaust of the combustion chamber.
    8 Fuel is injected in the tangential chamber ( like a square placed over the round ) more according to speed. Can use kerosine or hydrogen.
    9 The fuel comes along via thin pipes that are pre-heated by some method such as passing the pipes through capacitor plates with AC current at 50HZ.
    The fuel burns spontaneously as it enters the chamber.
    10 For safety Fuel can be kept in separate cylinders, like oxygen bottle -- perhaps inside the wing?

    I am seeking supporters for a qualitative basis of science, not quantative. Quality: precision,shape, color, pitch. Quantity: power,size,brightness,volume. A quality can be found as a ratio of quantities. Mass is a quality.
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  3. #2 Re: 30% and 95% fuel-saving Jet Engine design briefs. 
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua Stone
    Jet engine Design. What was learnt, or what did God teach us?
    Science is a methodology by which we teach ourselves. If you want to talk about what a god or gods has taught people, you want to visit a revelation discussion forum, not a science forum.

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