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While working in a Fatigue Lab where we are trying to induce failures in various structures, it was noted that the best way to initiate a crack in Titanium is to tap it with a welding rod. Titanium is quite common in many aircrfat engines as it does not absorb heat. So when the welding rod connects to the surface of titanium, it trys to repel the heat and the result is many tiny cracks shoot our radially from the point of contact. As the part is then loaded with stress, one of those cracks will be in line with the principal stress and a fatigue crack will develope immediately.
rocket engines,compared to jet engines
The jet engines used jet fuel, not gasoline as the 6 main engines did.
Ram-Jet Engines are used. Regards Vinod
A jet is a type of engine on an airplane. Some airplanes have propellers - those without propellers have jet engines. Airplanes with jet engines are faster than airplanes with propellers. Often airplanes with jet engines are referred to as "jets."
The jet did not 'replace' any type of plane, it was just another logical step in the development of aircraft engines.The jet did not 'replace' any type of plane, it was just another logical step in the development of aircraft engines.
yes they are, they are the engines you see on a 747 or even a small Private jet
used in parts of jet engines
Steel, titanium and aluminium are all used in jet engines.
For thrust. Engines are used to overcome the drag of the airplane.
Avgas is a common name for fuel used by internal combustion engines in aircraft, while jet fuel is used in jet engines.
There is no actual answer, because a jet is called a jet because it has at least one jet engine.
For the most part, jet engine aircraft mostly have 2 jet engines such as the a319, 737 and private jets such as lears and gulfstreams. However, this is purely dependent on the type of aircraft it is. Some aircraft, such as the 747, a340 and a380 have 4 jet engines.
Jet engines were invented before WW2. They were used in a few late war German fighters.
Ordinary jet engines are used on aircrafts. But some planes require turbojet engines. These planes fly at more than the speed of sound. There are other type of airplane types too.
Well yes, assuming if an airplane does not have a jet engine, it would not be called a jet.
For powering jet engined aircraft and a few other things I don't know
Aeroplane is a general term for any type of flying aircraft. A jet plane is one that is powered by jet engines.
An aircraft propelled by jet engines rather than piston engines.
Yes. JP5 is primarily used in turbo fan engines, but they are blended for high performance and fuel economy.
Many factories in Britain make jet engines.
The type of fuel is specific to the type of engine, not the aircraft. Helicopters that have jet engines use jet fuel, and helicopters that have internal combustion engines use gasoline. However the General Electric T-58 had a device in the fuel control that allowed you to burn just about anything from avgas to jet fuel to kerosene.
Various alloys of Steel and Aluminum and Titanium.
Most modern helicopters use jet engines.
Gas turbine engines and airbreathing jet engines use the Brayton Cycle.
Since the terminology "V type" refers to piston configuration and since jet engines don't have pistons then it's not possible.