Pulse-Jet Engine

Pulse-Jet Engine

 

an air-breathing jet engine in which the fuel and air are fed to the combustion chamber periodically. The air that enters the engine is compressed in flight by the ram effect resulting from the aircraft’s forward velocity.

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"That is a real pulse-jet engine. You put water in the tube and when you put a flame, like a candle flame, underneath the coil we have made, the water explodes to steam, it shoots out both the tubes at the same time, makes a vacuum and pulls water back up that re-explodes."
That left the feed pipe uncovered, causing the pulse-jet engine to cut out.

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