posted on May, 26 2005 @ 02:42 PM
I am an aerospace engineer with 20 years experience in Honeywell Auxiliary Power Units (APUs) for commercial air transport (Boeing; Airbus) as well as
Regional -Business / General Aviation APUs (Cessna, Bombardier, Dassault, etc). I find this article on the Pentagon / 9-11 controversy to be the best
collected and reported on the internet.
HOWEVER, the articler sites a detail of a fan disk at the Pentagon site (FEMA photos 4414 & 4415) as being a disk found on the Honeywell GTCP 332-200
APU in the tail-section of the 757. While the author correctly identified the APU model, THERE IS NOT A FAN DISK ON ANY HONEYWELL APU!. Fan disks
are part of a fan assembly which is used for PROPULSION ENGINES. It is unnecessary for power and bleed air generation (primary functions of an APU)
to have a fan section... IF we had an APU with a disk the size of the one show in the photos (which Honeywell does not), there is NONE that can be
found with the particular "dove-tail'' slot configuration (where the independent blades are mounted) on the outside diameter of the disk. It is
clearly NOT a Honeywell product., and ANY forensic investigation wortyh its salt would drive to the same conclusion.
Regardless of the straight-forward documenation in other facets of this article, I am surprised at how this telling piece of evidence is being glossed
over by towing the line that is politically correct. I realize that intuitively, one might summize that an APU turbine engine part, being in the
tail-section of a 757 might be in the dibris trail of wreckage at a site like the Pentagon. However, intuition is NOT science. DO YOUR HOMEWORK!!!