QUOTE(Saltman66 @ Dec 9 2007, 01:46 PM) [snapback]123493[/snapback]
it's going to burn regardless of the pressure used to get it there.
I don't think that I'd bet on that. The fuel has to reach the cans and ingitor plugs in the proper FORM
as well. I'm not a mechanic so I'm not good at using the proper terms. But, the fuel doesn't reach the burner cans in a liquid state. Prior to reaching the cans it is mixed with air and atomizes into a vapor. It's the vapor that actuall reaches the cans. In the cans the ignitors ignite the fuel/air mixture and that is what makes the fire burn and the engine produce thrust.
Fluffdoc, help us out here! (Good luck with the cards!)