Hello, everyone. I recently encountered the Jumo 004E/D, but there doesn't seem to be much out there online about it other than it had a new fuel control unit, had up to 2,600 lbs of thrust (at least the E version), and was ready for production by the end of the war. Does anyone know how much...
Are there any engineering instruction/manual for any of the Junkers Jumo 004 engine? I've searched hard for it and I want to use it for a reference. Any outdated version/revisions will do, as long it's legal to post. Thanks! Greatly appreciated! :)
Does anyone have any idea what the spec of a He177B with four Jumo 222s was? It might have been tested with it:
If it were, what sort of range, speed, and altitude could it have had with the Jumo 222 E/F...
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Supposing the Ju288 with its Jumo 222 engine, Me210, and He177 with the DB606 engine all worked out by 1941-1942 as planned, what would it have functionally have meant for the...
WNr.112372, yellow 7 of I./JG7
This aircraft was originally test-flown on 23 March 1945 and subsequently delivered to JG7. The British then captured it at Schleswig. Became AM51, now on static display Aerospace Museum at Cosford. Haven't seen the "x" on this air-plane before.