THE MoTIS VIRTUAL PROPULSION LABS TM 26 FULL TEST BED REPORT
The THRUST MASTER 26LT is a neo concept engine (FS VIRTUAL ONLY-NOT IN REAL PRODUCTION) designed by O Watson and William Leclair to be a concept replacement for current turbofan engines on our aging jet fleet. The MSFS programs along with the X-PLANE systems allow us to test the possibilities of our concept systems with out spending millions of dollars in R and D. MoTIS staff is also working on a full C++ testing tunnel to run all our testing concepts in. The specs on the TM 26LT will be released soon but for now the goal of our department is to build the complete engine system as we have done.
THE PRE-FLIGHT WORK UP
The TM 26 series of jet engines will be designed to carry smaller to intermediated aircraft give these designs good high rated thrust at sea level thrust ranges while being good on fuel consumption and providing great range to the aircraft in question.
THE INTERNAL EVALUATION
These internal views are only provides to show the viewing public the basic internal workings of what is happening behind the walls of these simulated engines in question.
PRE-TAKE OFF RUN UPS
All new engines are given the once over at the MoTIS PROPULSION labs and the engines are tested to the very limits of what they will be tested to under their actual working rang limits!
Note: All engine thrust rating are with in MoTIS VJD aircraft needed propulsion values for providing actual and calculated thrust @SL for all our standard and aerodynamics certified airframes. All MoTIS neo concept engine systems follow the standard design process of intake. Compression, Combustion, and Exhaust and can be verified and proved by MoTIS mathematical calculations that these engines can be built and are on the paper drawing board for real world patent consideration. . All engine designs are the sole intellectual property of the MoTIS INDUSTRIES design staff and are not the copyrighted property of any aerospace division other then the MoTIS virtual design laboratories. We take great pride in the total creation and testing and implementation of what we have always called" Our own design", and will continue to create never before seen neo concept designs and protect the rights, marks , and patents of our intellectual property.
FULL TAKE OFF AND CLIMB OUT TESTING
The full take off date to be presented soon in thrust out put format...
HIGH ALTITUDE TESTING AND DATA GATHERING
The TM 26 has a basic design efficiency rating of operations up to 37.500ft msl, after which the engine efficiency decreases markedly!
ENGINE LABELER COMING SOON
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Note: The EXCEL AERODYNAMICS TESTING labs are very extensive to say the least and this is a sample of test presentations graphics as we will be using this department as a full proof of concept test bed platform as our aircraft are not aesthetic presentations only, but by all real world testing standards must prove in a full released report with profession POH that they can fly, or we wont design them
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