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I understand how the clamshell type of thrust reversers work, of course, but I don't quite understand how the ones on large aircraft like 737s and C-5s work. All I see is a door on the side of the engine open up. My guess is that the thrust reverser is tapping into the bypass air around the core of the engine, but I'm not sure. Can anyone help me here? Thanks in advance !
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