• Jet Engine, How it works ?

    Help us to make future videos for you. Make LE's efforts sustainable. Please support us at Patreon ! https://www.patreon.com/LearnEngineering The working of a jet engine is explained in this video in a logical and illustrative manner with help of animation. This video takes the viewer through 1-spool engine, 2-spool engine, turbo jet engine and turbofan engine. Like us on FB : https://www.facebook.com/LearnEngineering Voice-over artist :https://www.fiverr.com/mikepaine

    published: 12 Jan 2015
  • How a Jet Engine Works (Full Documentary) - DOCFILMS

    How a Jet Engine Works (Full Documentary) - DOCFILMS A jet engine is a reaction engine discharging a quick relocating jet that produces thrust by jet propulsion in accordance with Newton's laws of activity. This wide interpretation of jet engines includes turbojets, turbofans, rockets, ramjets, as well as rhythm jets. Typically, jet engines are burning engines but non-combusting types also already existing. Alike parlance, the term jet engine freely refers to an internal burning airbreathing jet engine (an air duct engine). These typically contain an engine with a rotary (rotating) air compressor powered by a generator ("Brayton cycle"), with the leftover power offering thrust using a driving nozzle. Jet aircraft make use of these kinds of engines for long-distance traveling. Early jet p...

    published: 30 Jul 2015
  • Jet Engine - Explained

    I had a request for an explanation of jet engines, so here's my response. There are many videos that explain this, so I'm trying a different approach and including some other details. Also attached at the end is the combustor video link which helps explain what occurs after the air is compressed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3OIq7S8y68&feature=player_embedded Please feel free to rate, comment, and subscribe! And don't forget to check out my Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/engineeringexplained Also check out my official website: Make suggestions, participate in forums, enter for Car of the Month, learn through logically ordered lessons, read FAQs, and plan your future! http://www.howdoesacarwork.com NEW VIDEOS EVERY WEDNESDAY!

    published: 08 Sep 2011
  • How Jet Engines Work

    published: 18 Aug 2017
  • How A Gas Turbine (Jet) Engine Works

    The basics of jet engines. Questions? Post to: facebook.com/jokoengineering jokoengineeringhelp@gmail.com Please Subscribe

    published: 15 Jul 2014
  • How a jet engine works

    A good overview of how a jet engine works. This specific example is the General Electric GEnx that is used on the Boeing 787. This animation was produced by General Electric.

    published: 23 Feb 2012
  • How does an engine work

    We don't even think twice any more about taking an airplane to get from one place to another, but do you know what it takes to power an airplane? Plunge into the incredible world of jet engines and see how they work. CFM International (the 50/50 Joint Venture of Safran and GE) allows you to see inside a jet engine through this entertaining, yet very informative film. It will show you the basic operating principles for a modern turbofan engine with a high bypass ratio, and the state-of-the-art technologies incorporated in CFM's new-generation LEAP engine.

    published: 27 Jan 2014
  • How A Jet Engine Works

    How a jet engine or gas turbine works.

    published: 12 Jun 2007
  • How Jet Engines Work! (Animation)

    http://www.bring-knowledge-to-the-world.com/ The first plane in the world that were driven by a jet engine is the Heinkel He 178. The air entered through the nose in the front, was then directed to the engine, was burned and left the aircraft through the tail. Because engines still work today according to that principle, let's examine the engine of the He 178 and its working principle. Contents 1) Airbreathing jet engines 2) Working principle of the Heinkel He 178 3) Axial compressor and centrifugal compressor 4) Ignitor plugs and self-sustaining combustion 5) Difference between turbojet and turbofan 6) Compressor wheels (rotors) and stators 7) Combustion chamber and the fuel injection system 8) Working principle of turbofans

    published: 10 Nov 2014
  • Understanding Helicopter's Engine | Turboshaft

    A turboshaft engine acts as the powerhouse of modern helicopters. They are also used for power generation and marine propulsion! This video will illustrate the inner-workings of turboshaft engines in a clear and logical way. Your support makes us sustainable, please do visit us at https://www.patreon.com/LearnEngineering Voice over artist : https://www.fiverr.com/voiceonthemove

    published: 30 Nov 2017
  • How It's Made Model Jet Engines

    published: 27 May 2015
  • What is that SPIRAL in the Jet Engine?

    What is the purpose of that, funny looking, spiral in the centre of the Jet engine on modern aircraft? Why am I not allowed to walk under the wings while Boarding? These are some of the questions that I will be answering in todays video so make sure you stay glued to the video until the end! If you have more questions about strange procedures around aircraft, don't hesitate to ask me in the comments! To download the FREE "Mentour Aviation" app and contact me directly, use the links below! (Tag @mentour in the chat) 📲IOS: https://appstore.com/mentouraviation 📲Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.teamta.mentouraviation

    published: 16 Feb 2018
  • Compressors - Turbine Engines: A Closer Look

    Lets look around inside the compressors of a few different turbine engines. How does it all fit together, where does the air go, and how does it work ?

    published: 06 Apr 2012
  • Explained: Afterburners

    What are afterburners, and how do they work? In this video, I'll go into some detail on how different parts of the afterburner work, and why they are designed that way. ===== NOTES ===== ► I always speak pretty quickly in my videos, so if you need to take it slower, you have the option of slowing down the video speed to 0.75x or even 0.5x the normal speed. I don't have any plans to slow down my speech in the future (the videos get way too long), so if you need it, definitely take advantage of the speed settings. ► Apparently since YouTube got rid of annotations, I have no way of letting you know in the video that I made a mistake, so I'll just have to hope that you read my video descriptions. ► At around 4:49, I say that "droplet evaporation times are higher for higher temperatures". I...

    published: 21 Mar 2017
  • My Homemade TurboJet Engine

    Integrated with a low pressure compression system, but not directly installed by the turbine. The video demonstrates two modes of operation when combustion occurs in the outer chamber, the blue flame is with the afterburner stage. This is only a small model engine I've built without any drawings and is only comprised of basic wiring and improvised devices that can be bought off from a store, so please do not take it seriously as this just a toy. I hope to get around into building a better and possibly bigger functioning prototype of a turbo jet engine. Pre-assumption and not being able to explain the mechanics of this engine itself make you look like a tool. I encourage those who doubt to build their own and contribute their own findings, if at all have the capability to do so. Otherwis...

    published: 02 Feb 2013
  • The Mighty J58 - The SR-71's Secret Powerhouse

    It's been called "black magic": an engine that can push a plane from 0 to Mach 3.2 without breaking a sweat. Here's how it works. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to Tech Laboratories for more awesome technology videos! J58 Airflow Diagrams: http://sr-71.org/blackbird/manual/1/1-33.php The Blackbird Family: http://youtu.be/S2xgI3wQbWQ "The Plane that Dreams are Made Of": http://youtu.be/81ofbypM2aI Join me on Social Media for updates and activity http://instagram.com/techadamslab http://facebook.com/techadamslab http://twitter.com/techadamslab Questions or Comments? Post them below! And as always, keep thinking! ~Tech Archive footage courtesy of NASA, the United States Air Force, and Lockheed Martin. Written, Directed, Filmed, Edited and Animated by Tech Adams. 2014, Tech Adams Laborator...

    published: 12 Apr 2014
  • Gas Turbine Engine, How it Works ?

    This video lecture describes working of gas turbines in a conceptual way. Here we will go through how gas turbines produce propulsive power in a jet engine aircraft, by executing Brayton cycle..

    published: 09 Feb 2013
  • How jet engines work (turbofan animation)

    How jet engines work (turbo fan) http://www.grook.net/forum/how-jet-engines-work-turbofan-animation This is an animation of a duel spool, high bypass turbofan commercial jet engine.. Jet engines move the airplane forward with a great force that is produced by a tremendous thrust and causes the plane to fly very fast. All jet engines, which are also called gas turbines, work on the same principle. The engine sucks air in at the front with a fan. A compressor raises the pressure of the air. The compressor is made up of fans with many blades and attached to a shaft. The blades compress the air. The compressed air is then sprayed with fuel and an electric spark lights the mixture. The burning gases expand and blast out through the nozzle, at the back of the engine. As the jets of gas shoot ...

    published: 11 Jun 2013
  • WHY is there a SPIRAL in a JET ENGINE? Explain by CAPTAIN JOE

    INSTAGRAM FLYWITHCAPTAINJOE: https://goo.gl/TToDlg MY WEBSITE: https://goo.gl/KGTSWK NEW FACEBOOK PAGE: https://goo.gl/heUKGb Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel, clarifying another great question. Why is there a spiral or swirl in a jet engine? The primary reason for painting designs on engine spinners is for the safety of ground personnel. Working near a running jet engine is extremely dangerous. For example, a Boeing 737 engine, running at idle power, has a hazard zone of 9 feet to the front and sides of the engine. This means that, even at idle thrust, a human that walks within the hazard area or any loose objects, risk being sucked up into the engine. When the engine is above idle thrust, the hazard zone increases to 14 feet or more. Not to speak of the even larg...

    published: 15 Mar 2018
  • What is reverse thrust? Explained by CAPTAIN JOE

    INSTAGRAM FLYWITHCAPTAINJOE: https://goo.gl/TToDlg MY WEBSITE: https://goo.gl/KGTSWK Today´s question is another favorite of mine. What is reverse thrust and when do you use it? Okay, I´ll break it down for you to the absolute basics. Reverse thrust is used to slow down the aircraft on the runway after touchdown. There are three main components which slow down the airplane on the runway: Primary Braking with disc or carbon brakes similar to your car Secondary with reverse thrust Thrid with aerodynamical braking with the ground spoilers So we have two words in reverse thrust. “Reverse” cause the turbines output is being guided into the reverse direction and as you might not know we apply "thrust" in order to increase the braking action. So let´s look at this video to see what happ...

    published: 12 Mar 2016
  • Explained: How Jet Engines Work

    PATREON(monthly donations): https://www.patreon.com/GrimReapers PAYPAL(one-off donations): https://www.paypal.me/GrimReapers WEBSITE: https://grimreapers.net/ TWITCH(stream): https://www.twitch.tv/grimreaperscap FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/GrimReapersGroup/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/GrimReapers_ Want to join GR, and have DCS? Join here: https://discord.gg/cATmE3d (16+ age limit)(You must own minimum 3 DCS WORLD modules/planes if you want to fly) Music: Brian Kevin Calmes https://m.soundcloud.com/user-205266259 Barry Fitzgerald http://fitzync.wixsite.com/b2-recording? Danheim https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8tilKaOINmE

    published: 04 Mar 2018
  • THE GAS TURBINE ENGINE JET ENGINE SHELL OIL COMPANY FILM 74782

    Created by the Shell Oil Company as a public service, this wonderful film explains the operation and mechanics of a gas turbine engine, and show modern jet and turboprop engines in use in the aviation industry. Includes terrific views of early types of jet engines and components including compressors, fans, combustion chambers, and so on. At the 13 minute mark a variety of other uses for the turbine engine are shown including for power generation, fire fighting, marine propulsion, gas turbine locomotives, and more. A prototype gas turbine car known as the Firebird is also shown at the 13:30 mark, probably at the Motorama, and at 15:40. The General Motors Firebird is a quartet of prototype cars designed by Harley Earl, and engineered by General Motors for the 1953, 1956 and 1959 Motor...

    published: 19 Jul 2015
  • How to start a jet engine

    ------ App availible for both IOS and Android!------ In this video I will show you the procedures we use when we start the Engines on a Boeing 737NG. This video is designed to be used together with the setup playlist in the "Mentour Aviation" app. I will be posting several instructional videos to complement the App in order to give you a complete understanding of how we operate. Join this training revolution, download the app now!

    published: 12 Feb 2017
  • How It Works ... Aircraft Starter

    AD FREE ANIMATIONS PLEASE SUBSCRIBE-DONATE 请订阅和捐助 This is an animated cut-away of how an Aircraft Starter works. The operation of the starter has been greatly slowed down in the animation to enable a better understanding of how it works please contact Steve Karp at shidifu111@gmail.com for information on pricing and production.

    published: 21 Sep 2012
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Jet Engine, How it works ?
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Jet Engine, How it works ?

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Help us to make future videos for you. Make LE's efforts sustainable. Please support us at Patreon ! https://www.patreon.com/LearnEngineering The working of a jet engine is explained in this video in a logical and illustrative manner with help of animation. This video takes the viewer through 1-spool engine, 2-spool engine, turbo jet engine and turbofan engine. Like us on FB : https://www.facebook.com/LearnEngineering Voice-over artist :https://www.fiverr.com/mikepaine
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How a Jet Engine Works (Full Documentary) - DOCFILMS
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How a Jet Engine Works (Full Documentary) - DOCFILMS

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How a Jet Engine Works (Full Documentary) - DOCFILMS A jet engine is a reaction engine discharging a quick relocating jet that produces thrust by jet propulsion in accordance with Newton's laws of activity. This wide interpretation of jet engines includes turbojets, turbofans, rockets, ramjets, as well as rhythm jets. Typically, jet engines are burning engines but non-combusting types also already existing. Alike parlance, the term jet engine freely refers to an internal burning airbreathing jet engine (an air duct engine). These typically contain an engine with a rotary (rotating) air compressor powered by a generator ("Brayton cycle"), with the leftover power offering thrust using a driving nozzle. Jet aircraft make use of these kinds of engines for long-distance traveling. Early jet plane made use of turbojet engines which were relatively poor for subsonic trip. Modern subsonic jet plane often use high-bypass turbofan engines. These engines offer broadband and better energy effectiveness compared to piston as well as propeller aeroengines over long distances. Check our Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd8wsuBa96synSLc5Mk6Whg More DOCFILMS THEDOCFILMS.blogspot.com
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Jet Engine - Explained
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Jet Engine - Explained

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I had a request for an explanation of jet engines, so here's my response. There are many videos that explain this, so I'm trying a different approach and including some other details. Also attached at the end is the combustor video link which helps explain what occurs after the air is compressed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3OIq7S8y68&feature=player_embedded Please feel free to rate, comment, and subscribe! And don't forget to check out my Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/engineeringexplained Also check out my official website: Make suggestions, participate in forums, enter for Car of the Month, learn through logically ordered lessons, read FAQs, and plan your future! http://www.howdoesacarwork.com NEW VIDEOS EVERY WEDNESDAY!
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How Jet Engines Work
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How Jet Engines Work

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How A Gas Turbine (Jet) Engine Works
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How A Gas Turbine (Jet) Engine Works

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The basics of jet engines. Questions? Post to: facebook.com/jokoengineering jokoengineeringhelp@gmail.com Please Subscribe
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How a jet engine works
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How a jet engine works

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A good overview of how a jet engine works. This specific example is the General Electric GEnx that is used on the Boeing 787. This animation was produced by General Electric.
https://wn.com/How_A_Jet_Engine_Works
How does an engine work
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How does an engine work

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We don't even think twice any more about taking an airplane to get from one place to another, but do you know what it takes to power an airplane? Plunge into the incredible world of jet engines and see how they work. CFM International (the 50/50 Joint Venture of Safran and GE) allows you to see inside a jet engine through this entertaining, yet very informative film. It will show you the basic operating principles for a modern turbofan engine with a high bypass ratio, and the state-of-the-art technologies incorporated in CFM's new-generation LEAP engine.
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How A Jet Engine Works
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How A Jet Engine Works

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How a jet engine or gas turbine works.
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How Jet Engines Work! (Animation)
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How Jet Engines Work! (Animation)

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http://www.bring-knowledge-to-the-world.com/ The first plane in the world that were driven by a jet engine is the Heinkel He 178. The air entered through the nose in the front, was then directed to the engine, was burned and left the aircraft through the tail. Because engines still work today according to that principle, let's examine the engine of the He 178 and its working principle. Contents 1) Airbreathing jet engines 2) Working principle of the Heinkel He 178 3) Axial compressor and centrifugal compressor 4) Ignitor plugs and self-sustaining combustion 5) Difference between turbojet and turbofan 6) Compressor wheels (rotors) and stators 7) Combustion chamber and the fuel injection system 8) Working principle of turbofans
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Understanding Helicopter's Engine | Turboshaft
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Understanding Helicopter's Engine | Turboshaft

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A turboshaft engine acts as the powerhouse of modern helicopters. They are also used for power generation and marine propulsion! This video will illustrate the inner-workings of turboshaft engines in a clear and logical way. Your support makes us sustainable, please do visit us at https://www.patreon.com/LearnEngineering Voice over artist : https://www.fiverr.com/voiceonthemove
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How It's Made Model Jet Engines
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How It's Made Model Jet Engines

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What is that SPIRAL in the Jet Engine?
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What is that SPIRAL in the Jet Engine?

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What is the purpose of that, funny looking, spiral in the centre of the Jet engine on modern aircraft? Why am I not allowed to walk under the wings while Boarding? These are some of the questions that I will be answering in todays video so make sure you stay glued to the video until the end! If you have more questions about strange procedures around aircraft, don't hesitate to ask me in the comments! To download the FREE "Mentour Aviation" app and contact me directly, use the links below! (Tag @mentour in the chat) 📲IOS: https://appstore.com/mentouraviation 📲Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.teamta.mentouraviation
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Compressors - Turbine Engines: A Closer Look
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Compressors - Turbine Engines: A Closer Look

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Lets look around inside the compressors of a few different turbine engines. How does it all fit together, where does the air go, and how does it work ?
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Explained: Afterburners
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Explained: Afterburners

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What are afterburners, and how do they work? In this video, I'll go into some detail on how different parts of the afterburner work, and why they are designed that way. ===== NOTES ===== ► I always speak pretty quickly in my videos, so if you need to take it slower, you have the option of slowing down the video speed to 0.75x or even 0.5x the normal speed. I don't have any plans to slow down my speech in the future (the videos get way too long), so if you need it, definitely take advantage of the speed settings. ► Apparently since YouTube got rid of annotations, I have no way of letting you know in the video that I made a mistake, so I'll just have to hope that you read my video descriptions. ► At around 4:49, I say that "droplet evaporation times are higher for higher temperatures". I meant to say that droplet evaporation times are higher for LOWER temperatures, which is why the cold bypass flow takes longer to evaporate droplets. Another way of saying this is that for the same droplet diameter, it will take longer to evaporate in a colder flow than in a hotter flow. ===== RELEVANT VIDEOS ===== → In a Nutshell: Afterburners https://goo.gl/fCxCqs → Area-Mach Number Relation https://goo.gl/yNuu2t ===== REFERENCES ===== ► "Afterburners" in The Aerothermodynamics of Aircraft Gas Turbine Engines, Zukoski ► Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Propulsion, Hill and Peterson ► Aerothermodynamics of Gas Turbine and Rocket Propulsion, Oates ► Aircraft Propulsion, Farokhi ► Aerospace Propulsion Systems, Ward ► Fundamentals of Jet Propulsion with Applications, Flack ===== THUMBNAIL PHOTO CREDIT ===== By United States Navy, Mass Communications Specialist 2nd Class Michael D. Cole [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
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My Homemade TurboJet Engine
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My Homemade TurboJet Engine

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Integrated with a low pressure compression system, but not directly installed by the turbine. The video demonstrates two modes of operation when combustion occurs in the outer chamber, the blue flame is with the afterburner stage. This is only a small model engine I've built without any drawings and is only comprised of basic wiring and improvised devices that can be bought off from a store, so please do not take it seriously as this just a toy. I hope to get around into building a better and possibly bigger functioning prototype of a turbo jet engine. Pre-assumption and not being able to explain the mechanics of this engine itself make you look like a tool. I encourage those who doubt to build their own and contribute their own findings, if at all have the capability to do so. Otherwise, feel free to have spent all your time watching my build and having done nothing in engineering.
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The Mighty J58 - The SR-71's Secret Powerhouse
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The Mighty J58 - The SR-71's Secret Powerhouse

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It's been called "black magic": an engine that can push a plane from 0 to Mach 3.2 without breaking a sweat. Here's how it works. Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to Tech Laboratories for more awesome technology videos! J58 Airflow Diagrams: http://sr-71.org/blackbird/manual/1/1-33.php The Blackbird Family: http://youtu.be/S2xgI3wQbWQ "The Plane that Dreams are Made Of": http://youtu.be/81ofbypM2aI Join me on Social Media for updates and activity http://instagram.com/techadamslab http://facebook.com/techadamslab http://twitter.com/techadamslab Questions or Comments? Post them below! And as always, keep thinking! ~Tech Archive footage courtesy of NASA, the United States Air Force, and Lockheed Martin. Written, Directed, Filmed, Edited and Animated by Tech Adams. 2014, Tech Adams Laboratories
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Gas Turbine Engine, How it Works ?
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Gas Turbine Engine, How it Works ?

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This video lecture describes working of gas turbines in a conceptual way. Here we will go through how gas turbines produce propulsive power in a jet engine aircraft, by executing Brayton cycle..
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How jet engines work (turbofan animation)
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How jet engines work (turbofan animation)

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How jet engines work (turbo fan) http://www.grook.net/forum/how-jet-engines-work-turbofan-animation This is an animation of a duel spool, high bypass turbofan commercial jet engine.. Jet engines move the airplane forward with a great force that is produced by a tremendous thrust and causes the plane to fly very fast. All jet engines, which are also called gas turbines, work on the same principle. The engine sucks air in at the front with a fan. A compressor raises the pressure of the air. The compressor is made up of fans with many blades and attached to a shaft. The blades compress the air. The compressed air is then sprayed with fuel and an electric spark lights the mixture. The burning gases expand and blast out through the nozzle, at the back of the engine. As the jets of gas shoot backward, the engine and the aircraft are thrust forward. The air goes through the core of the engine as well as around the core. This causes some of the air to be very hot and some to be cooler. The cooler air then mixes with the hot air at the engine exit area. A jet engine operates on the application of Sir Isaac Newton's third law of physics: for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. This is called thrust. This law is demonstrated in simple terms by releasing an inflated balloon and watching the escaping air propel the balloon in the opposite direction. In the basic turbojet engine, air enters the front intake and is compressed, then forced into combustion chambers where fuel is sprayed into it and the mixture is ignited. Gases which form expand rapidly and are exhausted through the rear of the combustion chambers. These gases exert equal force in all directions, providing forward thrust as they escape to the rear. As the gases leave the engine, they pass through a fan-like set of blades (turbine) which rotates the turbine shaft. This shaft, in turn, rotates the compressor, thereby bringing in a fresh supply of air through the intake. Engine thrust may be increased by the addition of an afterburner section in which extra fuel is sprayed into the exhausting gases which burn to give the added thrust. At approximately 400 mph, one pound of thrust equals one horsepower, but at higher speeds this ratio increases and a pound of thrust is greater than one horsepower. At speeds of less than 400 mph, this ratio decreases. In a turboprop engine, the exhaust gases are also used to rotate a propeller attached to the turbine shaft for increased fuel economy at lower altitudes. A turbofan engine incorporates a fan to produce additional thrust, supplementing that created by the basic turbojet engine, for greater efficiency at high altitudes. The advantages of jet engines over piston engines include lighter weight with greater power, simpler construction and maintenance with fewer moving parts, and efficient operation with cheaper fuel. jet engines principle of turbofan turbofan combustion chamber design shaft stages in a turbofan engine fan jet engines how a turboshaft engine works how jet up works how to force air into intake *** Please do not forget to subscribe to our social networks: *** YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/user/GROOKnet FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/GROOKnet TWITTER: https://twitter.com/grooknet RSS: http://www.grook.net/rss.xml GROOK: http://www.grook.net/
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WHY is there a SPIRAL in a JET ENGINE? Explain by CAPTAIN JOE
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WHY is there a SPIRAL in a JET ENGINE? Explain by CAPTAIN JOE

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INSTAGRAM FLYWITHCAPTAINJOE: https://goo.gl/TToDlg MY WEBSITE: https://goo.gl/KGTSWK NEW FACEBOOK PAGE: https://goo.gl/heUKGb Dear friends and followers, welcome back to my channel, clarifying another great question. Why is there a spiral or swirl in a jet engine? The primary reason for painting designs on engine spinners is for the safety of ground personnel. Working near a running jet engine is extremely dangerous. For example, a Boeing 737 engine, running at idle power, has a hazard zone of 9 feet to the front and sides of the engine. This means that, even at idle thrust, a human that walks within the hazard area or any loose objects, risk being sucked up into the engine. When the engine is above idle thrust, the hazard zone increases to 14 feet or more. Not to speak of the even larger hazard zones of a B777 for example. Therefore it´s absolutely critical that ground personnel can identify a running engine and stay away from it. Even though jet engines are incredibly loud, a running engine may not be obvious to ground personnel. Airport aprons often have several aeroplanes in close proximity with engines screaming next to each other. Therefore ground personnel have to wear hearing protection to suppress the deafening noise. Making matters worse, it can be hard to see that an engine is running, especially during night-time operation, as the black and grey fan blades become translucent when they´re spinning. Therefore spinning spirals make it a lot easier to identify a running engine. Besides that, ground personnel can check if the aeroplanes´ red anti-collision light is still flashing. This indicates that pilots have received their start-up clearance and will start the engines very soon. On arrival at the gate, the light is turned off by the pilots after the engines are shut off and „spiral“ down, after which it is safe to approach the engines from either side. For the same safety reason, the tips of propeller blades on propeller-driven aeroplanes like the Dash Q400 are painted in bright colours, to be more visible to the human eye. You won´t believe how many incidents have happened in the past involving jet engines and ground personnel. Do they scare away birds? That and more information in the video! Thanks for watching, all the best your "Captain" Joe Big thank you to my fellow youtubers providing me with there great video material. Please check out and subscribe to: @HDmelbourneaviation https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCggfpOv6udfa8c_B_oem8wA @flightbasegermany https://www.youtube.com/user/FlightBaseGermany @speedbirdHD https://www.youtube.com/user/SpeedbirdHD @D/AviationVideo https://www.youtube.com/user/versus527 @LukePabari https://www.youtube.com/user/HeathrowSpottingHD Outro Song: Joakim Karud & Dyalla - Wish you were here https://goo.gl/kJ9pef Equipment I use: Camera: http://amzn.to/2nEHPDM Microphone: http://amzn.to/2nff2oF Lights: http://amzn.to/2nEPGkU ALL COPYRIGHTS TO THIS VIDEO ARE OWNED BY FLYWITHCAPTAINJOE.COM ANY COPYING OR ILLEGALLY DOWNLOADING AND PUBLISHING ON OTHER PLATFORMS WILL FOLLOW LEGAL CONSEQUENCES
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What is reverse thrust? Explained by CAPTAIN JOE
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What is reverse thrust? Explained by CAPTAIN JOE

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INSTAGRAM FLYWITHCAPTAINJOE: https://goo.gl/TToDlg MY WEBSITE: https://goo.gl/KGTSWK Today´s question is another favorite of mine. What is reverse thrust and when do you use it? Okay, I´ll break it down for you to the absolute basics. Reverse thrust is used to slow down the aircraft on the runway after touchdown. There are three main components which slow down the airplane on the runway: Primary Braking with disc or carbon brakes similar to your car Secondary with reverse thrust Thrid with aerodynamical braking with the ground spoilers So we have two words in reverse thrust. “Reverse” cause the turbines output is being guided into the reverse direction and as you might not know we apply "thrust" in order to increase the braking action. So let´s look at this video to see what happens at touch-down. Here you can see engine number one of a Airbus A320. At touch-down these flaps open up, so called “reverser doors”. They act as guiding vanes in the mid section of the bypass-channel of the turbine and force the accelerated air of the fan to blow into the opposite direction. Now these reverser doors don´t open automatically at touch-down, no you lift up these little levers which will activate the hydraulic system to apply pressure to the actuator which then opens the reverser doors. Keeping the levers in this position only give you “Idle reverse”, but as soon as you move the levers to the aft position, the engine will spool up creating more thrust increasing the reverse output. The engines will increase thrust up to 70% which then resembles in “Full reverse thrust”. I know it´s odd to think that you would apply thrust again just after touch-down. You can definitely hear the difference between “Idle” and “full reverse thrust”, trust me :) Using the reversers significantly decrease the landing distance, varying between aircraft, weight and environmental factors. If you look at this great video of here, showing a Boeing 747 touching down and applying full reverse thrust you can clearly see how the water on the runway gets blown forwards. I actually experienced that myself landing on a snow covered runway, we applied full reverse thrust and you could literally see the snow blowing infront of the aircraft. So when do you use reverse thrust? Using “idle reverse” at touch-down is mandatory by many aircraft manufactures and airlines. First and far most to immediately decrease the aircrafts speed and to stabilize the aircrafts roll out plus to reduce brake usage. Landing on wet or snow contaminated runways using reverse thrust is absolutely vital to decelerate the aircraft and preventing it from skidding and keeping it in a straight line. Full reverse thrust is not permitted at some airports due to noise abendement procedures or at least restricted in between hours from here to then. Nevertheless pilots can use full reverse thrust when deemed necessary, but might have to state their decision in a report. Airplanes with wing mounted engines may only use full reverse thrust until slowing down to a specified speed, cause using the reverser below that speed could blow up loose gravel on the runway which could get sucked into the engine and damage the turbine. For example in an Airbus A320 you would have to reduce "full reverse thrust to idle reverse" at 70 knots, and retract the reverser at speeds below 40 knots. There are many different reverser types out there, but all work after the basic principle by forcing the air or even the exhaust into the opposite direction. So I hope I´ve answered another aviation related question for you. If you have a question that´s been on your mind, don´t hesitate to write me, therefore subscribe my channel, check out my website and spread the word! Farewell your Captain Joe Info: Fairly often you see executive jets using reverse thrust during taxi, to reduce break usage whilst rolling down sloping taxiways. Cause of their high mounted engines pilots don´t need to worry damaging the turbine due to gravel on the asphalt. And the well know MD80 with her rear mounted engines use to have a power back procedure, where they used reverse thrust to back out of a gate position. I´m not 100% if that procedure is still around? Maybe you know? To me that looks very dangerous. Equipment I use: Camera: http://amzn.to/2nEHPDM Microphone: http://amzn.to/2nff2oF Lights: http://amzn.to/2nEPGkU
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Explained: How Jet Engines Work
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Explained: How Jet Engines Work

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THE GAS TURBINE ENGINE  JET ENGINE  SHELL OIL COMPANY FILM 74782
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THE GAS TURBINE ENGINE JET ENGINE SHELL OIL COMPANY FILM 74782

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Created by the Shell Oil Company as a public service, this wonderful film explains the operation and mechanics of a gas turbine engine, and show modern jet and turboprop engines in use in the aviation industry. Includes terrific views of early types of jet engines and components including compressors, fans, combustion chambers, and so on. At the 13 minute mark a variety of other uses for the turbine engine are shown including for power generation, fire fighting, marine propulsion, gas turbine locomotives, and more. A prototype gas turbine car known as the Firebird is also shown at the 13:30 mark, probably at the Motorama, and at 15:40. The General Motors Firebird is a quartet of prototype cars designed by Harley Earl, and engineered by General Motors for the 1953, 1956 and 1959 Motorama auto shows. They were very much inspired by innovations in fighter aircraft design at the time. None of the designs were intended for production, but instead were to showcase the extremes in technology and design that General Motors was able to achieve. The cars were recently placed on display at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, and still make regular car show appearances. The name "Firebird" was also used by the Pontiac division of General Motors for the line of pony cars, which has no direct relation to the concept cars. The film includes footage of the prototype Boeing 707 aircraft in flight at the 15:30 mark. The Wood River, Illinois facility of Shell Oil is also shown at the 15 minute mark, where jet fuels were exhaustively studied. A gas turbine, also called a combustion turbine, is a type of internal combustion engine. It has an upstream rotating compressor coupled to a downstream turbine, and a combustion chamber in between. The basic operation of the gas turbine is similar to that of the steam power plant except that air is used instead of water. Fresh atmospheric air flows through a compressor that brings it to higher pressure. Energy is then added by spraying fuel into the air and igniting it so the combustion generates a high-temperature flow. This high-temperature high-pressure gas enters a turbine, where it expands down to the exhaust pressure, producing a shaft work output in the process. The turbine shaft work is used to drive the compressor and other devices such as an electric generator that may be coupled to the shaft. The energy that is not used for shaft work comes out in the exhaust gases, so these have either a high temperature or a high velocity. The purpose of the gas turbine determines the design so that the most desirable energy form is maximized. Gas turbines are used to power aircraft, trains, ships, electrical generators, or even tanks. Airbreathing jet engines are gas turbines optimized to produce thrust from the exhaust gases, or from ducted fans connected to the gas turbines. Jet engines that produce thrust from the direct impulse of exhaust gases are often called turbojets, whereas those that generate thrust with the addition of a ducted fan are often called turbofans or (rarely) fan-jets. Gas turbines are also used in many liquid propellant rockets, the gas turbines are used to power a turbopump to permit the use of lightweight, low pressure tanks, which saves considerable dry mass. Turboprop engines[edit] A turboprop engine is a type of turbine engine which drives an external aircraft propeller using a reduction gear. Turboprop engines are generally used on small subsonic aircraft, but some large military and civil aircraft, such as the Airbus A400M, Lockheed L-188 Electra and Tupolev Tu-95, have also used turboprop power. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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How to start a jet engine
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How to start a jet engine

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------ App availible for both IOS and Android!------ In this video I will show you the procedures we use when we start the Engines on a Boeing 737NG. This video is designed to be used together with the setup playlist in the "Mentour Aviation" app. I will be posting several instructional videos to complement the App in order to give you a complete understanding of how we operate. Join this training revolution, download the app now!
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How It Works ... Aircraft Starter
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How It Works ... Aircraft Starter

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AD FREE ANIMATIONS PLEASE SUBSCRIBE-DONATE 请订阅和捐助 This is an animated cut-away of how an Aircraft Starter works. The operation of the starter has been greatly slowed down in the animation to enable a better understanding of how it works please contact Steve Karp at shidifu111@gmail.com for information on pricing and production.
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