About Turbocharger jet engine

Oct 22, 2013

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       A jet engine is made up of basically four main parts: the intake, the compression, the combustion and the exhaust. The intake occurs through the intake nacelle at the front of the jet engine. Air flows into the nacelle and strikes the compressor blades and starts turning them, thus
drawing in more air into narrower and narrower blades and compressing the inflowing air. The jet engine has at the intake a set of turbine blades
that are fashioned to draw the air in. The blades increase in pitch so that air that has been drawn in is compressed and is under high pressure as it travels past the intake turbine blades.
      The turbocharger jet engines are based around standard automotive turbochargers, commonly used in many vehicles today. A turbocharger in a car or truck utilizes the engine's exhaust gases by sending them through a turbine which harnesses the exhaust gases for shaft power. This shaft is then used to drive a centrifugal compressor on the other side of the turbo which is connected to the turbine. The turbine can spin the compressor impeller, in my TO4B for example, at speeds of over 2000 revolutions per second or 120,000 rpm. When the air is compressed  by the impeller at these speeds it generates "boost" pressure of anywhere from 15 to 30+ psi depending upon the turbo. This compressed air is then fed into the air intake of a car or truck, increasing the amount of oxygen being burned in the engine, resulting in more horsepower.
       These jet engine send the compressed air into a propane burning combustion chamber where the fuel and air is mixed. When this happens, the hot exhaust gases expand in overall volume than the compressed air from the inducer. At this point the turbocharger is capable of sustainingitself. This is what many people would call the definition of a jet engine.  Many of the engines that power passenger jets and cargo aircraft use "axial flow" jet engines. What this means is that the impellers in these engines send the air directly behind them like a propeller. Although these impellers cannot compress as much air, they are significantly more efficient than centrifugal impellers making them more popular in most jet engines. My engine is classified as what is known as a "radial flow" or "centrifugal"  jet engine meaning that the air taken in through the inducer impeller is spun out the side and compressed rather than compressed in a axial pattern as in most common jet engines.