Turbojet Gas Engine Desktop Model - 19"x9" Metal Base, 16" Turbojet Length
- Desktop model turbojet measuring 20"x9" at the base
- Beautifully hand-painted by artisans, this model is metal with the exception of the rotors, which are made from a sturdy plastic
- Model is approximately 1:16 scale to a GE90-115B, the largest turbojet engine in the world
- Compressor, combustion chamber, and turbine are demonstrated using the wheel on the side
- Perfect for lessons on engines, air compression, and the Brayton cycle
Turbojets work by compressing, combusting, and releasing air through a turbine. This model expresses this method in a colorful, easy-to-understand way. Approximately 19"x9" at its base, the turbojet is designed for use on a desktop as an educational demo. The turbine can be spun using a wheel at one end, demonstrating the way the jet works. This model works well for physics classes focusing on jet engines, air compression and dynamics, and the Brayton cycle.