Breakaway thrust | Article about breakaway thrust by The Free Dictionary
The minimum thrust required for an aircraft to initiate movement and reach taxiing speed.
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The amount of air you move is determined by how much thrust you need to generate to start rolling, known as breakaway thrust
, or to take off.
is the amount of propulsion required to get an aircraft moving and is--generally speaking--greater than the power setting used once the aircraft is taxiing.