I'm trying to calculate the thrust produced by a steam rocket, but I don't have that much information to work with (or at least information I don't know what to do with). It's 2m long and has a diameter of 1m, and it's constantly filled with water at a rate of 170.344L/sec, which is instantaneously superheated to 1000C and passed through a de Laval nozzle. The convergent section of the nozzle is 7.62cm in length and 12.5cm in diameter at the opening. It converges to 5.08cm in diameter at the throat, which is 2.54cm in length. The divergent section is 30.48cm in length and expands to 50cm in diameter. The only other information I have is that the mechanism that fills the chamber ejects the water with enough force to create a stream 6.096m high and .3048m wide when disconnected.