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July 04, 2006


Gary Ginter

Looks to me like a clever application of combustion gas recirculation within a GT. Congratulations on a significant technical achievement! Here are my questions:

1. Are you using only CH4 or propane, not liquid HCs, when you achieve the 1 ppm NOx and sub-10 ppm CO?
2. I would think that a Stagnation Point reversal system is not easily applied to high mass-flow rate GTs such as jet engines. How do you avoid the hit to efficiency that such a reversal of flow would entail? How do you gain the acceleration to near mach one at the turbine throat entrance?

Engine Additive

really enjoy to read this awesome blog post. Inspiring!

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