Homemade Jet Engine 3.0 | Complete Setup
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Homemade Jet Engine 3.0 | Complete Setup

December 4, 2019


I decided to give you guys a better overview about the current status of the turbine. So this is how it is built together from the shaft to the final setup. Of course, we begin with this diffusor, this main ground plate. Here we installed the fuel system. To prevent anything from warp, now the shaft comes in here. Now we are heading to the combustion chamber. We connect it with the back bearing mount here, it will be just pressed against it and it works really well. Now its turn for the stator, which is also on the back. We are heading now to the compressor wheel. To guarantee that it is leak-proof we worked in some small rubber tubes and plugs This leads us to the housing. Actually we wanted to install an O-Ring here, but we didn’t have one until now, so we will help us with some tape here. It may not support the design directly but it should work fine. With this the jet engine is built up completely. We know can put it in our experimental setup. This is how it looks, where it comes in. Get this one out here. You can see easily that it is all pretty good fixed. Turn around Then, for the oil supply we got a pump here and another one for the kerosene supply later, but at first we are trying to get everything done with the gas. Here is where the fuel/gas comes in. We then will try to get it started with an electronic motor. This will be plugged to a power supply and this is where the oil-kerosene mixture is in.

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  1. Thanks for showing your homemade turbine jet engine project, I really enjoy seeing the high quality of your work, the progress. One but: I didn’t like the music. Personally I prefer just real sounds and silence. Looking forward to your next video. Will it be running then?

  2. very well done 🙂 you were one of the people that inspired me to build my own gas turbine engine so i owe you a thankyou. Im looking forward to seeing yours running

  3. Looks so well finished. Spins beautifully. Thanks for uploading. It's been great to watch this develop, and is very impressive with how far you have come.

  4. Grat work and progress so far. One question: Are you using ceramic or regular bearings. It would be much apreciated if you could give me a link to the bearings site. Thanks 🙂

  5. Ich verfolge deine Videos schon länger, bin mal sehr auf das hoffentlich erfolgreiche Probelaufvideo gespannt. Ich baue mir gerade ein Pulsotriebwerk, wenn das läuft packe ich auch das Projekt Turbojet an. 🙂

  6. fand ich ja sehr angenehm zu gucken. auch wegen der hintergrundmusik 😉 😛 und extrem interessant.
    »finest instructional video«

  7. Hi..!! I'm South korea university student 21years old. studying aircraft maintenance now. i love aviation sector so i got a license "flight of a light aircraft" at nineteen.
    return to the subject. i want to make homemade jet engine see video of you
    so can i buy your jet engine..? if you are allowed. Really really will be a lot of help. If you accept my proposal, send me e-mail. ([email protected]) my e-mail adress.
    i'll wait for your e-mail!!! Plz..😭😭

  8. HI
    I WANT TO LEARN HOW DO YOU USE FEATURE TO PART.
    CAN U EXPLANE PLEASE
    FOR EXAMPLE COMBUSTION CHAMMER AND SHAFT GUARD
    THANK U

  9. please please please and please send me the address from which website you buy this part.and i am again saying please send me.link that you have send is not working.

  10. what is the ratio of the inlet and outlet , how do you design the outlet cone , what is the mathematical calculation.

  11. I love how precise and clean this build is. Everything is mounted in order, no free, hanging parts, choice of music is excellent, even title is clear. I must to say it, don't get me wrong, even without sound I would guessed, you are a German.
    Great project 😉

  12. After watching couple of other videos I found out that this doesn't work because it doesn't create enough pressure, redesign the pressure wheels.

  13. and how about limiting the intake and exhaust nozzles, I mean imagine the compressor is like a centrifugal water pump, water pump has a one outlet, so this can be about three outlets of the compressed air into the chamber (3 air intakes) .. and three exhaust nozzles to run the back blades. In real jet engines there are stators and many blades so once air got in it has no choice but to compress through the blades. the thing is this model is small and one blade to compress. So I think it needs less openings to build the pressure inside.

  14. Guten Tag giebt es dazu einen Teil Shop oder ist das alles Eigenbau hätte Interesse mir dies selber nachzubauen.

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