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What are The differences between a turbofan and a propeller?

Answer . A propeller is completely external and is the main source of propulsion for a airplane with a piston or turbojet engine. A turbofan is more enclosed and provides (MORE)
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How does a turbofan engine work?

it works by how the pilot operates it. Engine start on the top of the head location. the pilot pulls the switch down know as engine ignition. It would start the turbofan and i (MORE)

How does a turbofan work?

To understand how is the turbofan working, firsly you should know how is theturbojet working, so here you are the explanation.   A turbojet is essentially a tube with a (MORE)
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What is a turbofan used for?

A turbofan is an Cold Air Unit that lowers the temperature of the air passing through it. The air is made to work (reducing temperature) by turning the turbine and made to wor (MORE)

What is the speed of fan in a turbofan engine?

Most turbofan engines have parts running at more than one speed. The inner most compressor stages and the first turbine stages usually turn faster than the outer stages. The m (MORE)

How fast does the turbofan go?

A turbofan engine is the most modern variation of the basic gas turbine engine. As with other gas turbines, there is a core engine, whose parts and operation are discussed on (MORE)
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What is a turbofan engine and how does it works?

The Turbofan jet engine is the most commonly used engine on a commercial airliner such as a Boeing 747 or a 737. Basically an enormous fan sucks in lots of air, which is then (MORE)

Can tungsten be used in a combustion chamber for turbofans?

It might sound like a good idea, but think about the incandescent light bulbs people replace on a continuous basis. If you apply this to an ignition system, you will be replac (MORE)