The Idea Engine

By: Dylan Feore (School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Eng.)
Competition Year: 2017
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The turning blades of the turbine
draw in the transient thoughts.
The speed at first is gentle,
enough to spur momentum.

The force on the fluid increases
as the blades are exceeding in pace.
Propelled with a surging intensity,
the idea gathers in strength.

An injection of ingenuity,
a concept primed for expansion.
A spark induces combustion,
the flow is ignited with gumption.

The engine is brimming, raw power,
with theory of spectacular rate.
Blades tap fractions of energy,
impelling the mass of machine.

Convections thrust theory to action
bringing the titan to life.
Blades, propulsion, fuel and speed.
All the parts an idea needs.
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