How the Nolinor 737 Prevents Gravel From Crashing Its Engines

A "vortex dissipator" sounds like something from a sci-fi movie. In fact, it's a sophisticated gravel protection device, used in planes like the Nolinor 737, that protects the engine from being destroyed on the runway. (2:49)

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