I'm not an aviator, I guess I'd call myself an enthusiast. I'm also a physics nut. I've always wondered about this but I equally worried my question posed to a commercial airline crew would land me in...
Piston engines reach full rpm within a second or two, but turbines take much longer. Why is that?
What happens to a turbine engine from the time that a start is initiated until stable idle is achieved? What can go wrong?
spores Yellow fungal mycotoxins Ethylene dibromide Polymer fibers My question is, wouldn't these additives, chemicals, etc, cause adverse reactions inside the jet engines, if the turbine