Date: 03 Dec 99 02:10:16 From: email@example.com (Joe Castleman) Organization: Gyrofrog Communications References: 1 2 3 4 Followups: 1
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firstname.lastname@example.org (Ron Parsons) wrote: >With the engine in question, the aft fan was completely inclosed within >the cowling. Only the larger diameter overall gave it away compared to the >non-fan version on its predecessor. Yep, from most angles, it just looks like larger-than-normal engine pods. When viewed from directly in front, the engine intake looks like two concentric circles. The smaller circle is the intake of the jet engine itself; air is routed around the engine to the aft-fan; and another nacelle encapsulates the whole thing. If you can track down a picture taken from the front, you can see this. Or, maybe you'll be lucky enough to see an actual CV990 up close. (I've only seen one CV990 "in person" in my life. This was more than 20 years ago, at a transportation museum in Lucerne, Switzerland. I think that at the time it may have been a new display, as I remember some people working on it.) ---- Joe Castleman -- email@example.com Gyrofrog Communications -- http://www.io.com/~jcastle Austin, Texas U.S.A.