First of all, you need to know that Viv is my buisness partner. So, this means he also speeks for Conception GLC inc and beleive me man ... This guy knows his sh***. Now, read his last message because he is dead serious when he says "Dead" at the end of his last message. If you plan to play with a steam rocket ... be advise that these things are pretty violent, especially when they go wrong.
Now ... For this last phrase of yours ...
xxbgxx wrote:No man am not disapointed at all,and i want a fully assembled one not plans but i mean that you should keep me informed so incase i want to buy one but you should do something about the L shape
What do you mean by "Should do something about the L shape"? We already did. First, we have made the L shape pressure jet (The 2nd generation) fully operational and even exceeded thrust specifications with it. Now, the 3rd generation is our final answer to the 2nd generation (The L shape). So, I don't see what more you would like us to do as everyone here are well aware that our 3rd generation pressure jet will be an "Inline" one.
but can you help me with something man
i have a hard time finding anything about steam rocket engines no plans for sale or for free not even a blue print
i know its just a big boiler but where i can find a open vavle that can take all the prussre???
So ... Basically, you want us to participate in your own suicide??? I don't think so. XX, you need to know that if you want to play with steam rockets, these are pretty dangerous, considering there is not much available on the net and the fact that you will have to calculate and design your own nozzle, Squib plate and Squib (The squib plate is the membrane holding the pressure in and the squib is the needle punching the membrane when firering that rocket). If you make a slite mistake, you will ether trow alot of water out, blow-up in pieces or we will find you stamped in a three or trough a house at the end of the run strip.
Thust me XX ... Stick to Pulse jet, pressure jet, gas turbine or piston engine ... And stay away from rockets of any kinds. The last story I heard about a guy who tried what you want try, is the one where someone put a 2500 pound thrust Jetro pack on his car. The last they have seen of him is when they found his carr STAMPED on the side of a hill. The carr went airborn and he went straight into the hill infront of him.
Remember, rockets are either ON or OFF... And if this OFF is to a distance behind something, you will go ON it or through it ... in pieces.
Anyway, please advise us if you decide to proceed with your rocket project ... Viv and I will gladly buy an inssurance policy on your head... He he he.
Now, if you want to use a 1000 lbs. thrust pressure jet, you need to know the following. The 130R pressure jet (130 lbs. of thrust) emptys a liftruck propane bottle in less then 5 minutes (6.6 liters per minute). This means your desired 1000 lbs. thrust pressure jet will probably swallows close to 8 times that figure. So, this engine will probably drink 53 liters/min. and empty that same liftruck bottle in .6 minute (36 seconds). Get ready to includs a few of those bottles in your carr design and consider that each bottles are 53 lbs. when full.
4 bottles would give you apprx. a 2.4 minutes run. That's alot of propane.
Hope all this is more clarifying,