Welcome back to the our channel for a discussion about jet engines, their risks, and their capabilities, as well as how they’ve revolutionized the world of aviation. Arent engine caps with hollow mesh designed strong enough to push the bird off to the sides on impact while not impeding upon intake a standard thing for such engines. You would think that would have been mandatory years ago. At 2:18 - To just think of how they fit that 9X on that 747! that engine by itself could probably get her in the air(no passengers or freight, of course!), fly a course, and land her. I have stood inside front cowling of these gigantic engines. The front main fan is 11 feet in diameter. It's wide enough to suck cars and trucks into it's blades. Most of the air flows around turbine core. 10 parts air bypass for every 1 ingested for gas turbine. Most of the trust comes from this bypassed air. They produce over 134,000 pounds of thrust - a world record. Engines are so large, they won't fit inside a standard house. A portion would stick out through the roof. Very good video, except for the insistence in using some local measuring systems rather the universal metric system which all the world uses. Improve your videos and make them usable by the world audience.