Reactive engines cannot work without fuel

Konstantin shared this feedback 2 months ago
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Air engines look like jet engines. They cannot work without diesel fuel. Fix it.Only blades like a helicopter can work on electricity.

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Jet fuel is actually more like kerosene than diesel fuel. Always interesting to see what non-realism points most irritate people.

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It'is Google translator called kerosene diesel))

And not only that I do not like. Not everything can be fixed on this engine, but much is possible.

Unfortunately, I do not see any progress in this direction.

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)))

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They look like jet engines, but they clearly aren't.

Also, we need a way to fly around that doesn't require tons of hydrogen. Exterior propellors would end up either stupid or really clangy, so it looks like a jet engine.

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They not only look, but also work like jet engines. Even their exhaust is hot and destroys the blocks.Now I heard they are developing fuel-free options. But there I am sure the dimensions will be larger. And they are effective at speeds of up to 700 km / h. And this thrust gives like hydrogen exactly.

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In general, clearly upsets the balance.

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