maximum thrust

maximum thrust

[′mak·sə·məm ′thrəst]
(ordnance)
The highest thrust recorded on the thrust-time trace in missile testing.
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The propellant has a high burn rate and achieved a maximum thrust of 650 pounds during this test.
In support of today's launch, the motor fired for approximately 153 seconds and produced 73,000 pounds of maximum thrust to loft the Cygnus spacecraft carrying 1,611 pounds of cargo into the proper orbit.
It was just a dream and such terrific fun, properly zippy thanks to its super-slick manual gearbox which allows you to whiz up and down to gain maximum thrust.
A little less than a minute into the flight, the orbiter's three main engines began firing at the maximum thrust.
The new higher thrust version of the Trent XWB, which is the most advanced civil aircraft engine on offer in the world, will deliver 97,000 lbs maximum thrust.
Hobbyist Bob Wilder explains that, "I found it important to perform tests to determine the maximum thrust while using the minimum current draw from the batteries.
The DD-110 features the latest radial piston hydraulic motor thrust drive that increases hydraulic efficiency for maximum thrust power, improved rotary speed, and sliding rotary spindle for increased flexibility during pipe make up and breakout.
However, the senior scientist made it amply clear that with its Long March-5 rocket series that has a maximum thrust of 1,100 tons, China can easily send a Martian probe.
In vacuum, the thrust increases to approximately one million pounds or four times the maximum thrust of a 747 aircraft.
Maximum thrust is at 5000rpm and maximum power 2000rpm later, when you will encounter a soft cut-out if you forget to change up.
Jamie Osborne's 8-1 shot just lasted home under maximum thrust to deliver by a neck from Averlline.
ROP protection can be automatically activated to bring the aircraft to a stop in the shortest possible distance using full braking power, and if required, with maximum thrust.

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