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The engine had a 2-hp electric starting motor. Hahn wanted to throw off the belt-connecting starter motor and hydrogen engine if selfsupporting operation was indicated. Gundermann observed the exhaust side to detect possible hot spots--none were visible. I was in the test room. The motor brought the engine to somewhat above 2000 rpm. The ignition was on, and I opened the hydrogen valve carefully. The ignition of the engine sounded very similar to the ignition of a home gas heating system. I gave more gas, Hahn waved, the belt was off, and the engine now ran self-supporting and accelerated very well.
14), developed under the leadership of Anselm Franz, was perhaps one of the truly unique achievements in the history of early jet propulsion development leading to mass production, for the following reasons: 1) It employed axial-flow turbomachinery and straight throughflow combustors. 2) It overcame the nonavailability of nickel by air-cooled hollow turbine blades made out of sheet metal. 3) The manufacturing cost of the engine amounted to about one-fifth that of a propeller/piston engine having the equivalent power output.
When the flight Mach number increases further, the benefits of the turbo compressor begin to decrease and the engine begins to operate essentially as a ramjet. 5, any additional compression by a turbo compressor would be a disadvantage. 5 to 5. Beyond flight Mach numbers of about 6, the pressure and temperature ratios would be unfavorably high if the engine continued to operate as a subsonic combustion ramjet. The reasons are as follows: 1) High degree of dissociation of the combustor exhaust flow, reducing the energy available for exhaust velocity, 2) Pressures far too high for Brayton cycle operations or for the structure to withstand.