Jumo_004.zip

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Product ID:251756
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Apr 8, 2005
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Aug 12, 2005
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Feb 4, 2006
Great model
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Oct 20, 2006
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Jan 5, 2008
nemein
Jan 10, 2008
Looked awesome in wireframe. Everybody at work commented about it.
oldschool6239
Jan 18, 2008
For some reason my 3d max cannot read the files from this engine,and I have 09
SW_121
Apr 13, 2008
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Sep 25, 2008
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Dec 6, 2008
mandle
Jan 13, 2010
Thank you.
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Feb 27, 2010
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Mar 15, 2012
filippriec
Jan 24, 2013
Great work. I do Jumo 004 but is horrible. I am doing in Blender. There is no problems.
Drzewiecki
Apr 8, 2015
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Apr 9, 2016
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Description
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. It had an eight stage axial flow compressor, six straight-through combustion chambers, and a single stage turbine. In its final production form, it developed a thrust of 1,980 pounds. Preliminary design work began in 1937, but a full scale prototype was not bench tested until late 1940. A Jumo 004 was first flight tested in March, 1942, mounted on a Messerschmitt Me 110 aircraft.

Volume deliveries of 004s began in the fall of 1944 and when Germany surrendered in May 1945, more than 5,000 of these engines had been produced. 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. And it also was to be used in the Horten XVIII, and many other Luft'46 projects.
by:jeppe,jeppe_von_deutchland@hotmail.com

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