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The pulse jet is a low cost jet engine and of little maintenance, if compared to the turbojets used in airplane modeling.
This motor type initially was used in the missiles V-1 by the Germans in Second World War.
In the animation above have the operation of a pulsojet.
It is possible to accelerate an RC model the more than 150 MPH being used Silverjet as propulsion system.
Play the video with an aeromodelo using a Pulsojet and reaching 250 MPH
Maximum diameter: 65 mm ( 2.56 inch)
Total length: 560 mm (22 inch)
Static Thurst: 3 to 4 lbf (motor in static test - Gasoline)
Static Thurst: 4.5 to 5 lbf (motor in static test - Mix Gasoline + Methanol + Nitromethane)
Potency: 2 HP (motor in flight to 200 Km/h - 125 mph)
Frequency: 200 Hz
Consumption of Fuel: 1 to 1.5 Kg/h (for 1 Kgf of thurst, depending on the fuel and of the flight regime)
Fuel: Gasoline, Methanol, Ehtanol, Propane, Diesel, etc
Consumption of Gasoline: 150 ml/min (maximum potency to 200 Km/h)
System of Injection of Fuel: Aspired
Weight: 600 grams (ready for flight)
Ignition: Spark plug (CM-6 NGK)
Silverjet Parts (the spark plug is not shown)
Obs.: The motor doesn't need any lubrication type or special care.
Silverjet in test stand with the electronic ignition system (only used for ignition)
The fuel is aspired automatically of the tank