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does anyone know how to derive the ROCKET ENGINE THRUST formula:

T = P/R AV + (P-B)A

i know you need to use F=ma and Momentum flow rate equations to get the first place. but what do you do after that?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Michael

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# Rocket Engine Thrust Formula Help

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