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The story of Whittle's jet engine is told in pictures, video and artifacts including an animated display. On the 15th of May,the first British jet-powered plane took off from Thesis aerial Cranwell on a historic 17 minute flight.
The jet age had begun! The man who made it possible was Coventry-born engineer, Sir Frank Whittle. From an early age Whittle had been more interested in engines and aircraft than anything else and soon decided to join Thesis aerial RAF.
Whittle's family were of modest means and he could not afford to enter the RAF College at Cranwell, so attempted to enter as an apprentice. He failed, being too short and thin to pass the medical. Aged only 15, Whittle was determined that this would not stop him so he exercised until he gained three inches in height and filled out a bit more.
He reapplied in and didn't mention his previous application - and this time he was successful. In he was selected for officer and pilot training. In this he first mentioned the possiblities of other forms of propulsion for aircraft. Later he came up with the idea of using a gas turbine to produce jet propulsion.
He tried to interest the Air Ministry but they felt it was impractical. Despite this Whittle filed a patent application.
Byduring which time he had been selected to specialise in engineering at RAF Henlow, the patent was granted. Incredibly no-one thought it important enough to keep within the UK, and it was published in many countries, including Germany research on jet engines began in Germany a year later.
Whittle made attempts to drum up interest within private industry but got nowhere. Whittle's first experimental jet engine WU painting by Rod Lovesey Everything changed inwhen with the help of two ex-RAF officers and an engineer, with funding from an investment bank O.
Falk and Partnersthe company of Power Jets Ltd. Onlookers ran for cover amidst a "noise like an air raid siren" but the idea was proved. In the meantime, the clouds of war were gathering on the horizon, but still the Air Ministry was not interested, concentrating on more conventional designs for aircraft and engines.
With the outbreak of war in the Air Ministry finally became interested and Power Jets was given a contract to produce an engine for use on a real aircraft.
Gloster aircraft got the contract to build an aircraft around the engine; the E.A B.S.
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