Blast Compression Intake proposed design

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Re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by Mark » Wed Feb 02, 2005 6:31 am

Well, and too, if someone really did happen upon the Cave of the Giant Squid, would he be straining to get the forum members to believe him or would he gleen that {Map to Secret Cave = Big Money} and {Me Share Millions or, ... 1 divided by 1 equals more key lime pie for me}.
But for myself, I am a generous fellow. I have this new idea, I have seen how Mr. Squid's crispy tentacles can be heated and served, but the real key is to serve them cooked the way they were meant to be. If you want a really crispy tentacle, you've got to use pulsejet cookery.
Here's how I might do it. Sling your tentacles and "wings", (see article), into the intake of a long linear Lockwood lined with mesquite, this will impart a light sweet flavor, good for all meats, including squid meat. As the squid tentacles undergo a sex change and get reflected to-and-fro, the ionized suction cups will adhere momentarily to the mesquite walls getting flavor crystals anodized/mated over a larger surface area than ordinary frying could ever hope to achieve, let alone the added benefit of blasting off that excess unwanted grease. The secret is to cook the squid quickly, so they will crisp without that annoying rubbery texture the other vendor will be selling. Oh no, but not you! You will have the silk road all to yourself.
Laugh now, but this idea could ignite like a brush fire or single sparker piezo. There are a lot of squid in the ocean and you can attract them with lights in the night. I say a crispy squid cooked with Kadency will sell.
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Re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by luc » Wed Feb 02, 2005 12:00 pm

Damned Mark ... Always in his own world ... He he he.
There are a lot of squid in the ocean and you can attract them with lights in the night. I say a crispy squid cooked with Kadency will sell.
Now ... He is out in the ocean ... Who can tell where he will be next week.

Heyyy ... Mark. Why don't you find me a good receipy for moose broiled with a scramjet ... I think peoples have been waiting for this one for ages ... Welll ... At least in Lac St-Jean.

I imagine Mark ... On a TV show ... "Greetings public ... To day we will cook rabits with a 100 pnds. thrust lockwood and a sip of red win ... ".

Damn Mark ... You're some caracter ... Mannnnnnnnn.

Cya Bud,

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re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by Ogge » Mon Mar 28, 2005 10:45 am

Hexagonal BCI prototype is nearly complete. Just have to add the ignition system.
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re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by larry cottrill » Mon Mar 28, 2005 2:09 pm

Adam -

Nice work - it has a real Buck Rogers feel to it. I love it!

I especially like the adjustability feature at the reflector tubes.

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re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by pezman » Mon Mar 28, 2005 2:21 pm

hmm, basically six Chinese PJs with closed ends chasing around the body of the detonation tube.

I propose the nickname "Chinese fire drill". Hopefully this is not offensive to anyone, in any way.

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Re: re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by Ogge » Mon Mar 28, 2005 2:55 pm

Larry Cottrill wrote:
Adam -I especially like the adjustability feature at the reflector tubes.

L Cottrill
Larry,
CC volume is also adjustable as well as the exhaust exchangable.
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re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by Mark » Mon Mar 28, 2005 4:24 pm

I must say that's one labor of love!
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re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by mk » Mon Mar 28, 2005 7:06 pm

Yeah, looks very good. Hopefully you can get the engine roaring.
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re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by Mark » Mon Mar 28, 2005 9:34 pm

You could try the engine out as a kudzu killer.
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re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by Dave » Tue Mar 29, 2005 3:27 am

Adam
I am very glad to see that you have put your theories to steel.
Please keep us up to date on your progress.
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Re: re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by Ogge » Tue Mar 29, 2005 6:57 am

Dave wrote:Adam
I am very glad to see that you have put your theories to steel.
Please keep us up to date on your progress.
Dave
Actually im just the designer, db (another board member) is doing the actual construction in his shop. We have been collaborating on the prototype design and theory off board.

I was told to fish or cut bait... so my response is:
here fishy, fishy!
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re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by Rossco » Tue Mar 29, 2005 7:31 am

!!!!!!! speachless !!!!!!!

UM, whats the proposed start up procedure? It would give me some insite into the beast.
I think a lot has been lost in this thread due to the past... whatever you call it, happenings. Sorry if i missed something in "lost" posts.

"The proof is in the pudding", and what the hell could you cook with that thing "when" you get it running!

I, for one, am absalutely lost in your mass theory, and in awe of your get into it regardless attitude. I can only wait and wach what, i hope greatly, you will continue to share.

I am very interested in this, and love the look of it. I, myself, would have some great conservations in charging into a consept such as that, i wish you the best with it. I have been dreaming of something like this concept for a long time. Just without any real base for my imaginings to be put into steel.

Looking foward to further updates.

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re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by Mark » Tue Mar 29, 2005 9:37 pm

Adam, to me it is starting to look like a real Project Squid, with the long pipe tentacles, even the copper fuel lines connected to the main copper pipe looks like a smaller squid grasping onto a large giant squid. Neat work of it all. I hope your sea monster catches some big fish.
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re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by Bruno Ogorelec » Tue Mar 29, 2005 10:03 pm

Frankly, I don't expect it to work. I just can't see it working.

But then, when I look at it, damned if I don't wish to be proven wrong!

It would be a pity to have such a great effort, a labor of love and a product of much thinking, turn to be a did, so I'm holding my fingers crossed for you.

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re: Blast Compression Intake proposed design

Post by resosys » Tue Mar 29, 2005 10:36 pm

Beautiful work!

I'd love to see some video when you get to firing it.

Please discuss as much as you are comfortable with on the forum as it helps all of us in some way. Start a thread!

Beautiful.

Chris

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