Show the propeller from several directions to make it easier to see. Only then will the propeller be easy to judge.
Please have a look here:
Question is, if outlet vanes could increase the efficiency. How could they be shaped?
Your setup looks great!
I plan to try the same setup as yours with different props and two motors I have powerglider 100kv and turnigy sk3 149kv ( with two blade prop - should be more efficient).
@PowerGlider, can you please share your enclosure and motor mount design, so I can try it ( also outlet vanes as well). I think outlet vanes should be thin and just straight ( as per your shared video and my personal investigation) probably motor enclosure supporters should be angled in opposite to rotating direction
I have ordered 100kV MP56115 inrunner motor with 14s 300A watercooled esc.
My setup: 12s 20Ah liion battery, direct drive, loaded rpm about 3500rpm. Target speed 35-40km/h (min 30km at first)
Could you suggest the prop for this setup?
To proksa1: In order to be able to select the correct propeller for the e-foil, you must first measure the drive torque (http://www.efoil.builders/t/part-1-when-to-select-the-right-impeller-for-jet-propulsion-or-the-right-propeller/1530)
I want to use it for old surfboard, not for efoil.
This principle is universal - it’s not only for e-foil, but also for surfboard and Titanic
You can leave the edges sharp!
I shared a link on another thread to a Free Impeller Design Software if you guys are interested: Jet Propulsion?
Currently exploring the different options for waterproofing my motor shaft with the printed housing. Will something as simple as a mechanical seal get the job done? Or even just a rotary shaft seal? Or will more drastic measure have to be taken?
Just for inspiration: https://youtu.be/v1p8Fon9Ykg
A guy build his own EDF blades from carbon fibre.
man these carbon guys are just sickly awesome! thanks for sharing!
I want to try an old jetski impeller, what’s your take on that?
It’s a Skat-Trak USA 9-17
Do you have results on your 220KV new inrunner motor and 80mm duct? What was the pitch most efficient in this case? I appreciate if you can share your measurements with this duct.
Hi @tunnelvision, Can you please share again your prop and duct design? The dropbox link is expired and doesnt exist anymore.
I planning to use that motor but still dont know how to design prop with javaprop…really need help now
Set water density in place of air on last tab, set small hub size and a sligthly larger prop diameter on first tab, define max rpm and a reasonable speed, depending on your motor, you could have 3000W of power avaliable, more or less, design the prop, go to tab 3 and modify it, if needed, go to tab 2 “export as iges”.
Open it with a cad software (I use Solidworks), close the blade gaps to have a solid, cut the prop in 4 slices, get the profiles from any slice and loft a new blade, start scaling each profile but DON’T move it around, you need to figure out by yourself. It’s time consuming at the beginning but you can have a very good looking prop in one hour or less, after dialed in the process. Check on some thread about prop, I put some photo and more detailed explanation