Palse Explosion engion

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  1. Jan 21, 2020 #1

    austinaustin514

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    I'm sorry if there is already information on this subject I did not find any

    I have a pretty good sized Electrolysis cell that makes about 65SCFH of a stoichiometric ratio of H2 and O2 gas. I have been using it for welding by percolating my gas threw kerosene to pick up a precise amount of vapors to make a perfect neutral flame. Now I want to use it to rum a pulse explosion engine my delivery pressure is a bit low at 10 psi is the only problem I can foresee, But I'm just wondering if anyone has any experience with this type of rocket engine. I'm working on combustion chamber geometry any help would be great I have never built an engine like this and cannot find a lot of information, So I was going to work off of pulse jet engine physics just without a valve or port.
     
  2. Jan 22, 2020 #2

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    This is absolutely not something we would discuss on the open forum. Please locate the experimental section and find the rules for joining.
     
  3. Jan 22, 2020 #3

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    I don't see an experimental form what are you talking about? And what do you mean not discuss this on open form?? is this the part where you're going to tell me my electrolysis technology I've been research and developing for 10 years is dangerous?
     
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    This forum’s focus is building and flying “toy” rockets for fun using commercially made solid propellant motors. Even if you get access to the Research section I’m not sure how much help you’ll get for your palse explosion engion. Good luck, stay safe, don’t harm others.

    [edit] Full disclosure, I don’t even know what a palse explosion engion is. Sounds impressive. ;)
     
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    Best first post ever. :)
     
  7. Jan 22, 2020 #7

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    You may already know about this site, but if not:

    http://www.pulse-jets.com/

    There is a section specifically on Pulse Detonation Engines.

    I wish you success.
     
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    I had one of them once. A Redhead Dyna-jet. Put it on a RC V-1. But mine ran on pump gas.
     
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