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Do you think that evidence supports Henri Coanda's claim to have included the first turbo-propulseur engine in the Coanda-1910?

  • The first jet engine ever made

    Henri Coanda jet engine transformed travel forever. The jet engine has allowed billions of people now to do something that was barely thinkable just 90 years ago. Although Sir Frank Whittle may have perfected the jet engine, the credit for the invention of the jet engine goes to Henri Coanda (who invented and designed its fundamental principles).

    In 1910 the young Henri Coanda (24 years old at that time) made the first demonstration of the jet engine in Paris at the second International Aeronautic Salon.

    Around 1910, the pilots were not instructed how to fly, they had to learn to fly through their own experiences and they had to take their own risks. Yes, it was a pioneering jungle in those days.

    On that day (in 1910), in order to make some tests on the jet engine, he put a lot of fuel in the tank of the plain and started doing different tests on the jet engine. His attention was focused on the direction of the hot flame of the jet engine and the adjustments that he could make from the cockpit of the plain. As an engineer, Coanda had very little experience as a pilot (no one at that time had any flight experience of any kind).

    Being attentive to the technical side of the jet plain, without his awareness, the first jet plain in the world had taken altitude from Paris into the sky. Only seconds later, his jet engine began to burn the wood plane fuselage in full flight and crashed. From the crash he escaped with some minor injuries to his face and hands. Thus, the jet engine era begins.

    Between 1911 and 1914, he worked as technical director of Bristol Aeroplane Company in the United Kingdom, where he designed several airplanes known as Bristol-Coanda Monoplanes. In 1912, one of these planes won the first prize at the International Military Aviation Contest in the UK.

    For his successful inventions, Henri Coanda was awarded many distinctions such as Harry Diamond Laboratories Award, Award and Grand Gold Medal “Vielles Tiges”, UNESCO Award for Scientific Research, The Medal of French Aeronautics, Order of Merit, and Commander Ring.

    Coanda died in Bucharest, November 25, 1973 at the age of 86 leaving behind 2608 inventions.

  • Henri Coanda is the father and the inventer of the first JET ENGINE EVER MADE

    Henri Coanda jet engine transformed travel forever. The jet engine has allowed billions of people now to do something that was barely thinkable just 90 years ago. Although Sir Frank Whittle may have perfected the jet engine, the credit for the invention of the jet engine goes to Henri Coanda (who invented and designed its fundamental principles).

    In 1910 the young Henri Coanda (24 years old at that time) made the first demonstration of the jet engine in Paris at the second International Aeronautic Salon.

    Around 1910, the pilots were not instructed how to fly, they had to learn to fly through their own experiences and they had to take their own risks. Yes, it was a pioneering jungle in those days.

    On that day (in 1910), in order to make some tests on the jet engine, he put a lot of fuel in the tank of the plain and started doing different tests on the jet engine. His attention was focused on the direction of the hot flame of the jet engine and the adjustments that he could make from the cockpit of the plain. As an engineer, Coanda had very little experience as a pilot (no one at that time had any flight experience of any kind).

    Being attentive to the technical side of the jet plain, without his awareness, the first jet plain in the world had taken altitude from Paris into the sky. Only seconds later, his jet engine began to burn the wood plane fuselage in full flight and crashed. From the crash he escaped with some minor injuries to his face and hands. Thus, the jet engine era begins.

    Between 1911 and 1914, he worked as technical director of Bristol Aeroplane Company in the United Kingdom, where he designed several airplanes known as Bristol-Coanda Monoplanes. In 1912, one of these planes won the first prize at the International Military Aviation Contest in the UK.

    For his successful inventions, Henri Coanda was awarded many distinctions such as Harry Diamond Laboratories Award, Award and Grand Gold Medal “Vielles Tiges”, UNESCO Award for Scientific Research, The Medal of French Aeronautics, Order of Merit, and Commander Ring.

    Coanda died in Bucharest, November 25, 1973 at the age of 86 leaving behind 2608 inventions.

  • Henri Coanda is the father and the inventer of the first JET ENGINE EVER MADE

    Henri Coanda jet engine transformed travel forever. The jet engine has allowed billions of people now to do something that was barely thinkable just 90 years ago. Although Sir Frank Whittle may have perfected the jet engine, the credit for the invention of the jet engine goes to Henri Coanda (who invented and designed its fundamental principles).

    In 1910 the young Henri Coanda (24 years old at that time) made the first demonstration of the jet engine in Paris at the second International Aeronautic Salon.

    Around 1910, the pilots were not instructed how to fly, they had to learn to fly through their own experiences and they had to take their own risks. Yes, it was a pioneering jungle in those days.

    On that day (in 1910), in order to make some tests on the jet engine, he put a lot of fuel in the tank of the plain and started doing different tests on the jet engine. His attention was focused on the direction of the hot flame of the jet engine and the adjustments that he could make from the cockpit of the plain. As an engineer, Coanda had very little experience as a pilot (no one at that time had any flight experience of any kind).

    Being attentive to the technical side of the jet plain, without his awareness, the first jet plain in the world had taken altitude from Paris into the sky. Only seconds later, his jet engine began to burn the wood plane fuselage in full flight and crashed. From the crash he escaped with some minor injuries to his face and hands. Thus, the jet engine era begins.

    Between 1911 and 1914, he worked as technical director of Bristol Aeroplane Company in the United Kingdom, where he designed several airplanes known as Bristol-Coanda Monoplanes. In 1912, one of these planes won the first prize at the International Military Aviation Contest in the UK.

    For his successful inventions, Henri Coanda was awarded many distinctions such as Harry Diamond Laboratories Award, Award and Grand Gold Medal “Vielles Tiges”, UNESCO Award for Scientific Research, The Medal of French Aeronautics, Order of Merit, and Commander Ring.

    Coanda died in Bucharest, November 25, 1973 at the age of 86 leaving behind 2608 inventions.

  • Yes they are

    Yes, he was the person who made this engine to begin with, and he is not given near the credit that he should be getting over it. He made a great invention, but was never given all of the credit because someone else took his idea and used it again.

  • The Coanda 1910 did not fly

    Due to the inconclusive evidence and obviously conflicting stories, it is less likely that the Coanda 1910 was the first turbo engine. The prototype plane was reported to have been destroyed in the first experimental flight. It was discovered that the prototype was not destroyed, but sold. There was no evidence that the device that coanda designed was tested successfully or unsuccessfully.

  • Henri Coanda's claim

    Drawings Were Manipulated Historians and experts indicated that they believed Coanda's drawings were manipulated after the fact to show turbo-propulseur engines. I believe this is enough to indicate that evidence does not support Henri Coanda's claim. I believe Coanda wanted his invention to be more than it was at the time and I believe he tried to change the design to benefit himself.

  • Yes Henri Coanda's claim is supported

    He published his work in a overseas magazine, La Technique Aéronautique dated April 2010. He then filed for patents in May 1910. In the second international aeronautical exhibition held in Paris, France during the months of October and November 1910 he put his work on display. Just because he was rebuffed at that time, and forgotten does not diminish his claim in the slightest.

  • Drawings Were Manipulated

    Historians and experts indicated that they believed Coanda's drawings were manipulated after the fact to show turbo-propulseur engines. I believe this is enough to indicate that evidence does not support Henri Coanda's claim. I believe Coanda wanted his invention to be more than it was at the time and I believe he tried to change the design to benefit himself.


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