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FSP's Easy-to-Build Jet Engine

FSP's Easy-to-Build Jet Engine

Jet engine construction is typically left for professional engineers, but Father Son Projects, LLC has designed a simple engine that is safe, fun, and relatively easy to build.

Father Son Projects (FSP) has done it again with their new homebuilt jet kit. Jets typically have a row of compressor blades in their front that force pressurized air into a combustion chamber. Here fuel is added and ignited. The rapidly expanding gasses flow past a turbine that is connected by a rotating shaft to the compressors up front. The gasses spin the turbine, which is turn spins the compressors. Then the gasses shoot out of the back of the jet, producing thrust.