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Rolls Royce Jet Engine:
This is the basic jet engine used in aircrafts. A jet engine is a type of reaction engine discharging a fast-moving jet that generates thrust by jet propulsion. The term "jet engine" is commonly used only for air breathing jet engines. A turbojet engine is a gas turbine engine that works by compressing air with an inlet and a compressor (axial, centrifugal, or both), mixing fuel with the compressed air, burning the mixture in the combustor, and then passing the hot, high pressure air through a turbine and a nozzle.
V Shape Piston Engine:
An aircraft piston engine, also commonly referred to as a reciprocating engine is an internal combustion engine that uses one or more reciprocating pistons to convert pressure into a rotational motion. The aircraft piston engine operates on the same principles as the engines found in most automobiles. A V-type engine is basically the equivalent of two in-line engines joined in a "V" configuration by a common crankshaft. The best known example of a V-type engine is the supercharged Rolls Royce Merlin that was used to power both the super marine Spitfire and the Avro Lancaster.
Wind Tunnel:
It is a flow measuring device containing manometer to measure the pressure and digital indicator to give the lift, drag and side forces of the given specimen. Wind tunnels are large tubes with air blowing through them. The tunnels are used to replicate the actions of an object flying through the air or moving along the ground. It moves air around an object, making it seem as if the object is really flying.
Aeromodelling:
Aeromodelling is a hands-on activity and an International sport based on Aircraft Designing and flying. Aeromodelling is the activity involving design, development and flying of small air vehicles. It is a very exciting and interesting way to learn, apply and understand science and engineering principles.
Drones:
Drone engineers develop drones based on their knowledge of different branches of engineering, such as aeronautical, electronics and electrical, mechanical, and robotics engineering. Also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), drones may be used for commercial, consumer, or combat purposes. Their work involves reading and interpreting blueprints; researching, designing, and operating drones and drone systems, equipment, and processes.
TIG & MIG Welding:
MIG and TIG welding both use an electric arc to create the weld. ... MIG (metal inert gas) welding uses a feed wire that constantly moves through the gun to create the spark, then melts to form the weld. TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding uses long rods to fuse two metals directly together.
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