Temperature of the back of a turbine jet engine (or something like that)

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can anybody please tell me the temperature (degrees Celsius plz.) there is at the back of a normal turbine jet engine (or something like that:tongue2: )?? i couldn't find it on wikipedia or something like that:frown: so i ask it here:approve:
 

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russ_watters
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There is an extremely wide range - could you be more specific as to what type and under what operating conditions?
 
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hmm
i think the types used in modern fighter planes, in the air or something
i need the temperatures for calculations for my idea
 
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berkeman
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There is a pretty good introductory treatment of the different types of jet engines at wikipedia.org:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jet_engine

As Russ says, and as the article discusses, different jet engine types have different exhaust temperatures. High-bypass designs obviously cool off the exhaust more than low-bypass types. The temperature of the combustion is given about 2/3 of the way down the long page.
 
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thank you very much
now i can go on calculating and experimenting ;)
 

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