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You definately need to make an animated gif of that picture, and add in a bunch of colors to show intensity, that would be quite a sight, and maybe overlay a sound file for a full cinematic experience.
Bruno Ogorelec wrote:Larry,
You might try your program on SNECMA Ecrevisse.
Namely, it appears that one of the reasons why the Ecrevisse was not bent into the U-shape, like the Lockwood, but rather in a kind of J (i.e. immediately after the combustion chamber), was precisely to get the waves emanating from the intake phase well with those coming out of the exhaust.
It would be interesting to see what they got.
Here's a picture.
Ben wrote:There's also the issue of timing. It seems that you are assuming that the pulse comes out of both the intake and exhaust at the exact same moment, which seems unlikely for some engine geometries.
Mark wrote:Bruno, the coupled Kentfield looks very nice but it's no weekend project! And don't be trying to sneak any optical illusion designs in either that might cause seizures in the uninitiated. Might be funny though to have a drawing of something like the 3-prong illusion drawn up as a puslejet. Would make for a wonderful logo, and how fitting because pulsejets can be so illusory.
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