dual thrust

dual thrust

[′dü·əl ′thrəst]
(aerospace engineering)
A rocket thrust derived from two propellant grains and using the same propulsion section of a missile.
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Contract Awarded for Standard Missile-2 (SM-2) fiscal 2016 spares and containers, and dual thrust rocket motor regrains.
The plot continues with a dual thrust, with Erica pursuing knowledge of her mother and the police investigating the crimes.
Langer argues that "the sensation of being dead while alive reflects a dual thrust of their [i.
She invokes the dual thrust of theatre and carnival (pp.
Confronted by the dual thrust of Aguinaldo's strategy, Major General Elwell Otis reciprocated by fighting positional operations together with initiating McKinley's 'benevolent assimilation' programme within the expanding territories under US control.
The dual thrust of this volume, to see the essays as the product of their times reflecting social reality and yet intimately linked to a long and prolific literary genre, not just Italian but also European, should commend this volume both to Italianists and also to students of European literature and to social historians.
Dual Thrust Position Monitor (Axial Shift Monitor) & one no Eccen-tricity Monitor of main Turbine Of unit no-4, 2x500 MW, BTPS, Anpara.

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