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  1. #1 The 95% fuel saver jet engine 
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    All the 95% fuel saver needs is digitally burnt fuel.

    To start the engine a large quantity of air- fuel is exploded and provision is made to rapidly keep firing until the wheel is turning fast. The fuel saving is in how few times the combustion chamber needs to be fired.


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    So your are trading thrust from the engine to compress some of the air. You have frictional losses in this process, so that your resultant effect is a lowering of efficiency.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua Stone View Post
    Use a conventional compression zone intake. Feed the comp.air into the combustion chamber. The combustion chamber has a valved exhaust port. The far end is a piston with a spring in it. The other end of the piston has a chamber where the air is compressed and sent to the turbine. The trubine could be a wheel.

    To start the engine a large quantity of air- fuel is exploded and provision is made to rapidly keep firing until the wheel is turning fast. The fuel saving is in how few times the combustion chamber needs to be fired.
    You're mixing up several concepts. Just reducing fuel consumption is not necessarily a good thing. I could save 100% of my fuel if I never fire the combustion chamber at all. Obviously, I've given up the very thing that an engine is supposed to provide: output.

    The quantity you need to hold fixed is the power delivered to a load. If you can maintain that power at lower fuel consumption, great; you'll have increased efficiency. But by focusing solely on the input variable -- fuel consumption -- you've missed the whole point of an engine entirely.
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