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Revolutionary jet engine has no moving parts

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A Regina-based aerospace company is working on a new jet engine that has no moving parts. (ca.news.yahoo.com) Mehr...

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Aerocanuck
Malcolm McLeod 1
Well the mainstream media certainly mangled this one! This is a ramjet engine that can operate from a standing start thanks to a series of acoustically-tuned "injectors" that produce and then amplify the fuel/air flow. The company has a small prototype but scaling it up to produce thousands of pounds of thrust will be a challenge
howej011
Joseph Howes 1
how is that possible?
zimmerfly
zimmerfly 1
A little more here...but not much explanation

http://angel.co/avro-aircraft-limited
KevInCalifornia
KevInCalifornia 1
Perhaps similar technology to the Dyson Fan?
chris13
Chris Bryant 0
Didn't somebody build one of those back in the '50s? I think it was called a ramjet. :)
alistairm
alistairm 1
A ramjet needs a fuel source, either solid or liquid. A ramjet also does have moving parts withing the fuel injector. A ramjet by itself, can not initiate forward motion without the assistance of some other propulsion device. There are quite a few other differences; therfore, no, no one had invented this type of engine (engine that is mentioned in article) before.
chris13
Chris Bryant 0
I was being factieous.
alistairm
alistairm 1
Oh..... big word, lol. Though, what you said was not all that innapropiate to the situation.
egoldstein
Elliot Goldstein 0
here's what a friend had to say about it.

http://imgur.com/a0FXY
leafs171
Philippe Burton -1
Soory folks...broken link will try to fix it!
leafs171
Philippe Burton -1
(Duplicate Squawk Submitted)

Avro working on Jet engine with no moving parts!

Looks promising.

http://sympatico.ca/news/revolutionary_jet_engine_has_no_moving_parts/79e99c4a
leafs171
Philippe Burton -1
(Duplicate Squawk Submitted)

Revolutionary jet engine has no moving parts

Avro working on revolutionary jet engine

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/story/2012/04/17/sk-jet-engine-test-120417.html

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