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Thermo-Jet information pack

Post by Kool » Mon Oct 03, 2011 9:05 am

Hello people

I want to share a document I got from a guy in America. On craigslist he was selling a Thermo-Jet J13-200 engine(Designed by J Melenric). Because shipping to the Netherlands would be very pricey I asked him if he had any blueprints I could buy from him. After a while he mailed me back telling he sold the engine (He got it from Bob Lazar...Area51?????...... :) , who made them), he give me this information pack which includes:

- Principal of operation
- Engine operation safety
- Lot of information about fuelling liquid propane/pressure/belly warmer.
- Starting instructions.
- Karavodine thermodynamic cycle
- Blueprints of six different engines from 3 to 90 lbs. (note they have a prette bad fuel consumption).

I hope you guys enjoy the document and maybe could learn more about fuelling.
First I wanted to build the largest engine myself, but I really don't have the time, because I'm busy with study and working etc, so I decided to put it on the forum.
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Re: Thermo-Jet information pack

Post by Kool » Mon Oct 03, 2011 9:10 am

hmm, it doesn't include the attachment. It's 45 MB, so I'm trying to find another way to upload it. Any ideas?
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Re: Thermo-Jet information pack

Post by metiz » Mon Oct 03, 2011 1:34 pm

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Re: Thermo-Jet information pack

Post by Kool » Mon Oct 03, 2011 3:03 pm

...It's better to generate heat efficiently, than recover it efficiently...

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Re: Thermo-Jet information pack

Post by ace_fedde » Tue Oct 04, 2011 11:34 am

Bedankt! (thanks),

It went also to:
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Re: Thermo-Jet information pack

Post by PyroJoe » Tue Oct 04, 2011 2:09 pm

Many thanks!

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Re: Thermo-Jet information pack

Post by düsentrieb » Fri Jun 22, 2012 8:54 am

Thanks for the interesting info package. My father is very interested exactly in this type of engine (Thermo-Jet J13-200). Does anybody know whether there are still some engines available from this type (or comparable types). Or do you know people who have further information about Thermo-jet engines? It is very difficult to find information about this stuff on the internet.

Would be very nice to hear from you.

Kindest regards,
Andreas

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Re: Thermo-Jet information pack

Post by Kool » Fri Jun 22, 2012 10:59 am

Hi Andreas

There is some information about it in the topic ''strange/rare pulsejet(vehicles)'' of me.

The only other information I could find of the J13-200 ThermoJet is in the Valveless pulsejet document http://www.pulse-jets.com/download/insi ... orelec.pdf from Bruno Ogorelec.

The original and copies of ThermoJet J3-200 (3-5 lbs) sometimes appears on ebay. However the most pulsejets for selling are valved types.

Good luck!
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Re: Thermo-Jet information pack

Post by Jim Berquist » Fri Jul 06, 2012 5:07 pm

Eric had plans for a little Thermo . He built me one that I still fire up from time to time.

Has Anyone Heard from him the past 6 months?

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