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DiogenesII18/05/2022 21:25:01
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I was quite interested to see that there seems to be quite a lot of 'spare room' in the cases - 'specially given the amount of air that needs to get moving in the long inlet..

..this is a 'normal' three-port?

..it'd be interesting to hear the conclusions whatever the outcome is.. ..do you know if anyone else has one (to this design) running?

Edited By DiogenesII on 18/05/2022 21:26:03

JasonB19/05/2022 06:56:53
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Mike, I've seen that method used before but not tried it myself but will give it a go.

This shows the position of the ports on the original drawings. I've not been able to find any other examples of this engine, the only images are the poor ones from the original publication.

DiogenesII19/05/2022 18:55:53
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Thanks very much for that; it all kind of looks to be what (and where) you'd expect, hope you get a satisfactory run out of it soon..

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