How the MoJet® Works
A large percentage of the thrust from conventional jetfans is wasted due to the friction between the jet and the surrounding tunnel walls. The fraction of energy that is typically wasted due to aerodynamic friction varies between 15% to 30%. The friction is exacerbated by the Coanda effect, which causes the high-speed jet to adhere to the tunnel surfaces.
The MoJet® works by turning the jet away from the tunnel surfaces, thus significantly reducing the proportion of thrust lost due to aerodynamic friction. This is achieved by an inclined trailing edge, and bellmouth design which improves the flow conditions at the inlet side, while acting as a deflector on the outlet side.
The uniquely shaped MoJet® turns the jet without encroaching upon the traffic space, and without causing additional pressure drop within the discharge nozzle.
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