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29-Oct-2017 16:56

I seldom cruise lower than that -- more usually above 10,000 feet.

It's evident, anyway, that there's a good deal of heat to be gotten rid of.

This suggests that maybe I ought to look into making up some sort of duct that runs directly from the peripheral intake to the oil cooler; at present the oil cooler duct takes in a mixture of deflected cold air from the peripheral duct and warm air from the plenum.

Incidentally, these data were collected while cruising at 4,500 feet at 144 ktas on 6.8 gph -- another example of the airplane doing better than expected at very low power settings -- 25/2100 and way LOP, in this case.

I had thought about constructing a pitot-style inlet with a boundary layer channel, but I decided it would be rather complicated and possibly draggy, so my present thought is to replace the existing NACA scoop in the cowling side panel with one about three times larger.

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It must require moving or damaging as few existing items as possible.

A third tank, on the bottom surface of the core between it and the induction air box, is connected to the existing riser coming from the turbocharger; on top of the core, a fourth tank feeds the cooled air to the throttle.

In this arrangement, the intercooler is attached to the airframe, not the engine, and three flexible segments are required to join it to the engine.

(I am reluctant to attach such a large, relatively massive object to the engine.) I have not yet found out how much cooling air the intercooler requires.

A turbonormalized Bonanza has a ram air intake about 3 or 3.5 inches in diameter, but unless the velocity ratio in the duct happens to be 1.0, that tells me little about the actual mass flow.

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