Hi guys, not sure if this is in the correct section but I'll go ahead anyway. I'm working on an automotive design project. The car that I'm designing has twin micro jet turbines, like the Jaguar CX-75, to charge and power the electric motors propelling the car. The problem that I'm trying to solve is that the heat exhausted from the turbines is incredibly hot and obviously isn't safe to shoot around in pedestrian areas. Apparently it can melt bumpers of vehicles behind and the tarmac below. I'm wondering whether there would be a way to rapidly cool the air being exhausted to a heat which isn't capable of melting people. I don't know if it's even possible to cool air that quickly, but I'm stuck for ideas. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.