The Pulsating Jet Engine-Its Evolution and Future Prospects 470212

FROM Karavodine's inefficient tube in 1908 through American developments after the recovery of German V-1 bombs, Mr. Edelman sketches the history of pulsating jet engines.
Work in the United States has centered on instrumentation, tube geometry, fuel injectors, air inlet valves, fuel properties, and performance estimation.
Realized performance is still low in comparison with predictions of best possible performance; but the author suggests use of the pulsating jet for helicopters having jets at the blade tips, for gliders, for starting turbines of aircraft gas turbine powerplants, and for auxiliary power with conventional aircraft.


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