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  Junkers Jet Engine Developements
After the war the Jumo 004 was used by the Czech Air Force, which used the engine in the Avia S-91and CS-91 produced by Avia.
The Jumo 004 was further developed and became the RD-10 which was fitted in the Jak-15, La-150 and Su-9.
As with the Fw Ta183, a Junkers Jumo 004 was intended to be fitted in the V-1 as the He S 011 engine was not ready.
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  Junkers Jumo 004 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
One interesting feature of the 004 was the starter system, which consisted of a Riedel 10hp 2-stroke motorcycle engine hidden in the intake.
Plans were also underway to use the 012's basic concept in an engine outwardly identical to the 004, known as the 004H, which improved specific fuel consumption from the 004B's 1.39 kg/(km/h) to a respectable 1.20 kg/(km/h), an increase of about 15%.
004 copies were also built in the Soviet Union as the RD-10 engine, where they powered the Yakovlev Yak-15 as well as many prototype jet fighters.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Junkers_Jumo_004   (1283 words)

  
 Arado Ar 234
This was a high-winged conventional-looking design with a Junkers Jumo 004[?] engine under each wing.
However the Jumo 004 engines weren't ready, and wouldn't be ready until February 1943.
Like all jet engines, the fuel consumption of the Jumos varied widely with altitude; at 10,000m it was a third of what it was at sea level.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ar/Arado_Ar_234.html   (702 words)

  
 Me 262 PROJECT TECHNICAL DATA
The Junkers Jumo 004 is often remembered as a temperamental and failure-prone powerplant.
The Jumo 004 was typical of early jet engines in that it was rather heavy, and not especially efficient.
All jets have an associated SFC, and for the Jumo 004, the correct figure is 1.39.
www.stormbirds.com /project/technical/technical_3.htm   (892 words)

  
 Junkers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
They were the first German company to offer a truly modern engine in the form of the 650hp Jumo 210, but after a few short years this was considered to be much too small and they responded with the much larger Jumo 211.
Further development of the 211 led to the superb Jumo 213, which was in high demand for practically every late-war piston-engined aircraft.
Their Jumo 004 jet engine was the first to be considered production quality and used in the Me 262 jet fighter.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Junkers   (427 words)

  
 3D 3ds jumo 004 messerschmitt
The Junkers Jumo 004 was one of the first turbojets invented!in 3ds,lwo and 3dm..
The Jumo 004 was the most widely used German WW II turbojet engine and was the first such German engine to go into quantity production.
A Jumo 004 was first flight tested in March, 1942, mounted on a Messerschmitt Me 110 aircraft.
www.turbosquid.com /FullPreview/Index.cfm/ID/251756   (238 words)

  
 Anselm Franz and the Jumo 004
The Junkers Jumo 004 was not the first turbojet invented, nor was the ME 262 the first aircraft to fly under jet power.
In the Jumo 004's inlet section, the diameter of the intake was 20 inches.
The Jumo 004 compressor was an eight-stage unit with an airflow rate of 46.6 pounds per second and an outer casing of uniform diameter.
www.memagazine.org /backissues/september97/features/franz/franz.html   (3109 words)

  
 Messerschmitt Me 262 Schwalbe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Since the planned BMW 003 turbojets were not ready at this time, a conventional Jumo 210 twelve cylinder mounted in the nose was used for power in order to test the airframe.
The Jumo 004 would prove to be the source of the Me 262's greatest weakness.
The Jumo 004B differed in the compressor entry, an improved stator blade design for the compressor, modified turbine entry and had seperate compressor discs.
www.kotfsc.com /aviation/me-262.htm   (2652 words)

  
 A flight into history
The Jumo 004 engines were then installed and the next test flight took place in July 1942 without the piston engine.
Engines: Two Junkers Jumo 004 B axial-flow turbojets using J2 diesel fuel and developing 900kg (1 984 lb) of thrust at 9 000rpm.
The Jumo engines were started on 87 octane aviation gasoline and automatically changed to J2 diesel fuel as the engines reached 3 000rpm and the throttles were opened.
www.scienceinafrica.co.za /2003/february/flight.htm   (2374 words)

  
 Military Factory - Arado 234 Blitz   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
However, the Jumo 004 engines weren't ready and wouldn't be ready for over a year.
The BMW 003 had less thrust than the Jumo 004B, but the BMW engines were much lighter, and increased the overall thrust-to-weight ratio of the aircraft.
It was powered by four Junkers Jumo 004B turbojets, with one engine attached to each side of the fuselage behind the cockpit, and one engine slung under the rear of each wing.
www.militaryfactory.com /aircraft/popup.asp?aircraft_id=101   (4242 words)

  
 Junkers Ju 287 - Wikpedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It was powered by four Junkers Jumo 004 engines, featured a revolutionary swept forward wing and was built largely from scavenged components from other aircraft.
The first prototype was intended to evaluate the concept, and was cobbled together from the fuselage of a Heinkel He 177, the tail of a Junkers Ju 388, main undercarriage from a Junkers Ju 352, and nosewheels taken from crashed B-24 Liberators.
Two of the Jumo 004 engines were hung under the wings, with the other two mounted in nacelles added to the sides of the forward fuselage.
www.bostoncoop.net /~tpryor/wiki/index.php?title=Junkers_Ju_287   (465 words)

  
 TECH DATA: Multi-crankshafts opposed piston engines: Part 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
This project had been launched in 1943 and progressed at a low level, as for the Jumo 223, since the prime development resources were reserved for the inverted V 12 Jumo 213 with direct gasoline injection, as well as for the Jumo 004 turbojets propelling the Messerschmitt 262 and Arado 234.
The Jumo 224 project made use of cylinder dimensions identical to those of the Jumo 207 D, that is to say 110·(2·160) for a displacement of 73 liters, and a power of some 4500 hp at 3000 rpm.
Contrary to the case of engines such as the Jumo 223 and 224 which were laid out in a square (or rhombus), the triangular construction of the Deltic meant it was necessary to mount an intake piston/ con-rod assembly and an exhaust one on the same crank pin.
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 Jet engine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
German Anselm Franz of Junkers' engine division (Junkers Motoren or Jumo) addressed this problem with the introduction of the axial-flow compressor.
Air coming in the front of the engine is blown to the rear of the engine by a fan stage (convergent ducts), where it is crushed against a set of non-rotating blades called stators (divergent ducts).
Jumo was assigned the next engine number, 4, and the result was the Jumo 004 engine.
hallencyclopedia.com /Jet_engine   (4752 words)

  
 Jet and Rocket Aircraft WWII   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Jumo jet engines had a life-time of only ten hours mainly due to the use of steel instead of rare metals (such as chromium) which would have stood up better to the extremely high temperatures of the turbo-jet but were very scare.
History: The Jumo 004 was the most widely used German WWII turbojet engine and was the first such engine to enter quantity production.
Other Jumo 004 versions were planned (C, D-4 &E) which had various improvements on the B version, including throttle regulators, two-stage fuel injection, increased thrust and shorter tail pipes.
www.ww2guide.com /jetrock.shtml   (5692 words)

  
 Junkers Jumo 004 Turbojet Engine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Jumo 004 was the most widely used German WW II turbojet engine and was the first such German engine to go into quantity production.
A Jumo 004 was first flight tested in March, 1942, mounted on a Messerschmitt Me 110 aircraft.
These were used to power the Me 262 twin jet fighter, the world's first operational jet combat aircraft, and the Arado Ar 234 series of bomber-reconnaissance aircraft.
www.wpafb.af.mil /museum/engines/eng52.htm   (142 words)

  
 Junkers
They were the first German company to offer a truly modern engine in the form of the 650hp Jumo 210, but after a few short years this was considered to be much too small and they responded with the much larger Jumo 211.
Further development of the 211 led to the superb Jumo 213, which was in high demand for practically every late-war piston-engined aircraft.
Their Jumo 004 Jet engine was the first to be considered production quality and used in the Me 262 jet fighter.
www.ufaqs.com /wiki/en/ju/Junkers.htm   (415 words)

  
 Comando Supremo: Reggiane RE.2007
All design work had to be based on the known dimension of the Jumo 004B, it's intended power plant, but could progress no further by 1/44 owing to the lack of detailed information relating to the engine and it's installation.
In the meantime, much of the rear fuselage, wing spars, ribs, undercarriage and the cockpit were built but because of the inability to obtain adequately detailed information relating to the Jumo 004B the work once again stalled.
They were then shipped to the U.S.A. It is interesting to note that the two Jumo 004B engines were sent to Italy, but never made it to the Regianne designers and allegedly were sold for scrap in Milan immediately after the collapse of the German forces in Italy.
www.comandosupremo.com /Re2007.html   (316 words)

  
 The Arado Ar-234
The E370 was to be a sleek, high-winged aircraft powered by a pair of Junkers Jumo 004 turbojets, one under each wing.
However, the Jumo 004 engines weren't ready and wouldn't be ready for over a year.
It was powered by four Junkers Jumo 004B turbojets, with one engine attached to each side of the fuselage behind the cockpit, and one engine slung under the rear of each wing.
www.vectorsite.net /avar234.html   (4364 words)

  
 Rolls-Royce Welland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It was beat into the air only slightly by the Junkers Jumo 004.
Unlike the 004, however, the Welland was a reliable and generally safe engine, due largely to England's better metallurgy and Rolls-Royce's considerable experience in the related field of superchargers.
The Jumo 004, entering service only a few weeks earlier, was rated for only 10 hours.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/R/Rolls-Royce-Welland.htm   (1029 words)

  
 History of Jet Engines - Hans Von Ohain
As other engines, such as the Jumo 004, were developed, new jets such as the Me 262 followed.
This engine was further developed into the Jumo 004 engine under the direction of Dr. Anselm Franz at Junkers Motorenbau (Jumo).
Over 7,900 Jumo 004 engines were built at Junkers from 1943 to 1945.
www.scientistsandfriends.com /jets1.html   (639 words)

  
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The BMW 003 was available earlier than the Jumo 004, but was less powerful and had more theething troubles.
Jumo 004, Junkers The Jumo 004 jet engine was used by the Me 262 jet fighter.
Jumo 211, Junkers Type: Jumo 211A Year: Country: Germany Configuration: Twelve cylinder, 60 degrees inverted V, liquid-cooled, direct fuel injection, geared 0.645 to 1.
www.ibiblio.org /pub/academic/history/marshall/military/airforce/engines.txt   (4523 words)

  
 Me 262: Stormbirds at War
Since the planned BMW 003 turbojets were not ready at this time, a conventional Jumo 210 twelve cylinder mounted in the nose was used for power in order to test the airframe.
Later when the BMW 003 engines were installed a test flight took place which resulted in both turbojets failing and the pilot bringing the plane in on the nose mounted engine alone.
The Jumo 004 would prove to be the source of the Me 262's greatest weakness.
www.stormbirds.net /history1.htm   (411 words)

  
 Anselm Franz explained   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
'''Anselm Franz''' (1900-1994) was a pioneering jet engine engineer, known for the development of the Jumo 004 turbojet in Germany during World War II, and his work on turboshaft designs in the US after the war.
Unlike the Heinkel designs, the Jumo would use an axial compressor, as opposed to the centrifugal compressors, in order to have a smaller frontal area.
With that exception the design was otherwise very conservative, a series of six flame cans were used for combustion instead of a single annular burner, and the compression ratio was kept low at 3.14:1.
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 The Nazi WWII Secret X-Plane-Huckebein
In spite of the fact that the Jumo 004 was already considered for the Ta 183, this new engine was essentially earmarked for the Me 262 that was then entering production.
Nevertheless, on January 10, 1945, a small number of Jumo 004s were made available to Focke-Wulf for the Ta 183 program as set forth in short description Nr.
The HeS 011R (Ta 183 Ra 1), Jumo 004 B (Ta 183 Ra 2), and the HeS 011 A (Ta 183 Ra 3 + 4), were to be installed in various prototypes depending upon availability.
www.fiddlersgreen.net /AC/aircraft/Focke-Wulf-Huckebein/info/info.htm   (813 words)

  
 Axis History Factbook: Arado Ar 234 Blitz
The E370 was to be a sleek, high-winged aircraft with a pair of Junkers Jumo 004 turbojets, one under each wing.
The two prototypes were largely complete before the end of 1941, but the Jumo 004 engines weren't ready, and wouldn't be ready until 1943.
The fifth prototype incorporated new Jumo 004B-0 engines, which had the same thrust rating of 840 kilograms (1,850 pounds) as the Jumo 004As used in the first four prototypes, but weighed 90 kilograms (200 pounds) less.
www.axishistory.com /index.php?id=1152   (3538 words)

  
 Me-689A-1 in 1/72 Scale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
You can see that the Jumo 004 and the Bf-109 were not exactly made for each other.
Finally, the seat was glued in (it fit perfectly on top of the Jumo 004) and the canopy glued on.
A young engineer named Hermann Reinholter suggested that the quickest way to create a jet fighter would be to simply stuff a Jumo 004 in the nose of a Bf-109, in place of its DB 605.
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 Now Available Details   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The "c" suffix refers to the new J-85 powerplant and has been informally assigned with the approval of the Messerschmitt Foundation in Germany.
During the war, all operational Me 262s were "a" models, which signified installation of the Jumo 004 engine.
Experimental "b" models used the BMW 003 powerplant, leaving "c" as the next unassigned letter.
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 Focke-Wulf Ta 183 by Brett Green (AMtech 1/48)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The first three prototype Ta 183s were to be fitted with the Jumo 004, while the full production Ta 183B series was based around the He S 011 turbojet.
Options include the choice of tailpipe for a Jumo 004 or He S 011 powerplant; alternate open or closed fuselage ordnance bay, four wing pylons and four X 4 guided missiles supplied in two parts each.
The Jumo option includes a “bullet” to be inserted in the tailpipe.
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