Thermal Efficiency Project Info.docx

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12 th Year Advanced Jets Mr. Petralia Thermal Efficiency Project You and your crew will do a PowerPoint presentation on a novel idea of improving thermal efficiency of a jet engine. The idea must be completely original to your knowledge. No points will be taken off for out- of-the-box ideas, as long as they can be explained. In your presentation you will explain how your idea works, in detail. You will explain what systems are interconnected with it, and how it affects the thermal efficiency of the engine. You will also explain how you will bring the product to market. For example, how much money will be required to get the project off the ground and how you will market it. Be sure to explain FAA certification procedures and testing requirements for your new idea. Make sure you let your investors know how much money you’ll need to
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  • Spring '11
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