About Engines, Technology, Science and the Universe…

Technology is the reflection of science, which is developing in every field at any moment.Developments in physics, chemistry, biology and countless sciences allow the development of anexisting product (technology) or the production of a different one. Undoubtedly, advanced technologyis not the product of a single science. Science progresses with partner stakeholders andcollaborations. As science uncovers the universe and reveals the secrets of nature, mankind willcontinue to advance.
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Development does not pause. Sometimes nature takes a step to guide ourthousand steps. Apple falls to Newton and explores gravity. But science does not stop, questions,inquires and explores. Newton discovered Gravitation. We learned that there is a gravitational forcebetween two bodies, that this gravitational force is universal and rightly multiplied by the masses of thebodies, inversely proportional to the height of the distance between them.
We have made gravitationalforce a gravitational force that everything in the world draws each other, that gravity is one of theseforces, and that it is the greatest, and that we fall down when we throw down a body from a place, thateverything in the world has a weight.
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While the science front looked as if the gates of the imaginary world were spaced apart, it tookits place in the head of mankind. And it will continue. From Galilei and Kepler, Newton’s PhilosophiaeNaturalis Principia Mathematica (Mathematical Principles of the Nature Philosophy) written in 1687,the discovery of Neptune in 1846, and the prediction of the existence of gravitational waves byEinstein in 1946, 100 years later, the signals from the Laser Interferometer Gravitational WaveObservatory (LIGO) scientists in Louisiana, which have a small vibration of gravitational wavesgenerated by the collision of two giant black holes at a distance of 1.3 billion light years at a size 30times the size of the sun, technology has been proven by the detection of two detectors by their newcomers.
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What did the engineers who chased the science do? 

What do we think, what have we developed, what have we produced? We always needed the gentle.From the animals, we used the muscle power. In 1760, Thomas Newcomen and James Watt foundsteam engines. We have produced internal combustion engines that are useful in chemistry. Carnot,Rankine, Nikolaus Otto, Ralph Miller, Carl Benz, Frank and Charles Duryea, Rudolf Diesel, FerixWankel, John Ericsson, Brayton. All and more. Scientists, inventors, who take steps in knowledge,technology, and put bricks together.
So… What about gas turbine engineers? The development of gas turbine engines was the
greatest revolution in aviation. Piston motors were unfavorable and inadequate for high speeds. Thepower was increased by increasing the engine’s capacity, but this was not enough for the combatmachines. Increasing the engine capacity worked until a certain time, but it was a way to get stuckafter a while. Options such as producing engines in massive volumes and attaching them to airplanes were not available. Could it be foreseeable that the concept of a jet aircraft, which started with René Lorin in 1913 and continued with Frank Whittle in 1930, would revolutionize the aviation engine of gasturbine engines? Of course, the technology will advance step by step, and will be added to it. As withany technology, development in motor technology is predictable. The development did not stop afterthe first prototype emerged. I can speed up the time a little more and say it day by day; Giantcompanies like Rolls Royce, General Electric and Pratt Withney carry the revolution in jet engines tothe top. Gas turbine engines, on the one hand, have supercruise, called supercruise, which accesssupersonic speeds, while rocket motors that carry their own oxygen and propel in space, that is, in anoxygen-free environment, continue to evolve. Warp engines are whispering ..
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