I have a simple basemesh for a jet engine in a 3d rendering program for designing. You guys tell me what to add, what to fix, etc, and we will design a plausible jet engine that could work(In theory, of course).
IIRC if there's not enough clearance between the edge of the blade and the shell, the blades can stretch and slam against the edge.
But to calculate that right we need diameter, RPM, and stress/strain curves, and for that we need material. Is this, like, 7075 aluminum or something else?
Pop up lights added, they look bad but you can see them in red. I have to model and render fast to keep up with the thread.
Im debating whether or not to add a rear end spoiler, since the jet's wings would account for lift
Do we have fuel injectors for those things which I presume are combustion chambers?
Blades scaled down on Z axis for adequate room in the shell
The compression zone gets smaller as the pressure gets higher. Add stator vanes to housing. Get rid of that gay shit infront of the first compressor stage. You need to add a starter somewhere. Unflaten the compressor and turbine blades. That's retarded.
Compressor blades won't even compress the air, combustion chamber is blocked, turbine is ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME? This is the worst jet engine design I have ever seen. PERIOD. Do you even know what the brayton cycle is?
You are a probably a 3d modeler who thinks they are an engineer. Please kill yourself before you kill other people.
> in an engine
> spinning at 10k RPM +
> in an engine
> what is creep
Single crystal blades.
You'll also need to add boundary layer cooling to the blade which I doubt OP even knows where to start after seeing >>52608170
Shit nigga i almost forgot
The injectors are in blue, they are poorly modeled and look shitty, but remember I am trying to keep up with the speed of the thread
Literally what program are you using.
A self-respecting engineer would use Catia or Pro-Engineer, and a mentally retarded engineer might use Solid Works. You're using none of these. What is it.
Gas turbine blades tend to be way closer together / kinda overlayed. In pic related there are 14 visible from a 1/4 cutout, vs 7 in your 1/2 cutout model, so I guess 4x? and rotate a little, they shouldn't be flat
Stator vanes added, although they arent very noticeable. "Gay shit" up front has been removed
Starter has been added but its a bit big.
Working on them
Coolant tanks are done, I was a bit confused where they should go since I didn't want to them to interfere with the combustion cycle. So I created a pipe system.
So if I understand how a jet engine works correctly, the blades in the rear are a turbine that recovers exhaust gas energy and delivers it to the propeller in the front that draws in fresh air to be combusted. Is this correct?
If so, I vote to use a Tesla turbine to drive a scroll pump. Also a pair of V-belts in double shear for power transmission rather than the driveshaft.
Yeah, I figure I should add more valves and pipes for the coolant system and the fuel system.
Thread is dying, but it was a good run tbqh senpai, arguably the least boring/gay thread on /g/ in a long time
Lel no. The blades at the front are part of a combustion cycle, which intake air and deliver it to the combustion chambers, which then combusts fuel and the intake air which are delivered out via the rear turbines. This creates thrust.
I'm not necessarily sober rn so that definition might be a little wonky, but either way I don't think there is enough room for v-belts in the shell
>The blades at the front are part of a combustion cycle, which intake air and deliver it to the combustion chambers
Yeah, that's what I said.
It's called British Engineering. It's glorious.
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