Need info on BMW-003 and HeS 011

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  1. Jack_VL

    Jack_VL New Member

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    Hello!
    I'm looking for information (diagrams, technical data, manuals, etc.) about HeS 011 and BMW-003 jet engines. Can anyone help me find some data on these jets?


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    Jack,
    There is quite a lot of info about regarding these engines.
    It would help if you would list what material you have so we are not sending info already in your possession.

    Cheers, Jerry
     
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    Pioneering Turbojet Developments of Dr. Hans Von Ohain—From the HeS 1 to the HeS 011 by Cyrus B. Meher-Homji in JEGTP Vol. 122 is pretty good
     
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    Also a good book is German jet engine and gas turbine development by Antony L Kay.But should also say the the book was unpublished for about 25 yrs and when it was they did not update it.
     
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    Nice article, but I have already seen it. Anyway, thanks for your reply!

    Ok. Here is a list of info I've already found:
    Origins of German jet power
    http://www.historyfacts.biz/de/04_Publikationen/LeseprobeHeinkelHe162/Heinkel_He_162_Volksjaeger_Anhang.pdf
    BMW Jet Engine by Tony Bell
    Heinkel HeS 011 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    EnginesD
    BMW 003 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    USAF
    Buckel Galleries
    Heinkel HeS 011: Facts, Discussion Forum, and Encyclopedia Article

    That's all I have now. Many links, but not a lot of exact data and detailed diagrams.

    Thanks. I'll look for these books.


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    There is quite a good account of the development of the BMW jet (and a bit on the He 011) in Schlaifer and Heron, pp 408 -417. You can get the CD of this book from Weakforce Press.com for a reasonable cost.

    The German language book, "Flugmotoren and Strahltriebwerke" by von Gersdorff et al has some very good drawings even if you can't read the text!
     

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    Jerry!
    Thank you ever so much for your help!
    I'll try to get these books (and by the way learn how to purchase stuff online).

    Best regards, Jack_VL.
     
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    psteel!
    Very nice article, I haven't seen it before.
    Thanks a lot!

    Best regards, Jack_VL.
     
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