Bruce wrote:But don't forget that the Gluey is a pressure jet not a pulsejet.
Although it does produce a lot of noise, the magnitude of the thrust vector does not vary anywhere near as much as a pulsejet and I doubt it would ever become negative.
Is vibration going to be an issue in this project?
Luc wrote:Hoooo .... By the way.
The application is static, it must work under very cold temperature (-40Â°F or C), and actually, the low frequency vibration are an asset but it must be autonomous, meaning no heat source requires, easy to start, without any compress air and must be capable of running continuously for hours, with any cooling or any order support.
You will soon realise the the Gluhareff pressure jet is perfect. So ... Where is that 130 pounds of thrust?
Luc wrote:Thank you guys for all your replies.
First of all ... Yes the loadcell issue has been eliminated by doing many different setup, using different loadcells and/or calibrated meters. Just as an hint, in my former job, I was a jet engine test cell designer and I have manage the Lakehrust Naval Warfare Center Jet Engine facilities, NJ, USA for 2 years. Setup here is not the problem.
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