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Thrust for different types of engines

by bethdon15
Tags: engine, jet, rocket, scramjet, thrust
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Oct26-11, 05:46 AM
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I've found a general equation for thrust as:

F=(mdot*V)e-(mdot*V)0+(Pe-P0)*Ae

Is this the same for all types of engines or does it differ? I'm looking at jet engines, rocket engines and scramjets in particular!

Thanks
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