dynamic thrust

dynamic thrust

The work done by a propeller or a fan in imparting forward motion. It is equal to the product of mass flow/second and the difference between slipstream velocity and aircraft speed.
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Firstly, the dynamic thrust and speed response of the DTC system is verified under the existence of end effect.
There are new shafts that address the little-understood dilemma of the increased power strokes of modern compounds and the consequential amount of dynamic thrust they impart on our arrows.
Nobody has done more to achieve the breakthrough than their 20-year-old skipper, whose link with Gareth Bale has given Wales such a dynamic thrust.
& Yang Z.-J., (1998) Prediction and Computer Simulation of Dynamic Thrust and Torque in Vibration Drilling, ImechE Procedure vol.
The production team of director Keith Warner and designer Jason Southgate did much to give the presentation a brooding, dynamic thrust, but it is a patchy, over-long piece.
Although Jansons' approach to the music of the Strauss family et al is a bit more relaxed than some of these other conductors, he imparts a sweet lilt to the music making, while still maintaining a strong rhythmic drive and dynamic thrust.
Subsequent movements brought a powerful dynamic thrust (the adagio) and a hauntingly sad lilt in the allegretto, before a finale which began with a ringing trumpet introduction and progressed through meticulously phrased cellos into a taut unfolding of Dvorak's gorgeous, generous melodic structure.
Like Rooney, the Portuguese winger was at his rampaging best, and the two youngsters provided United's dynamic thrust and cutting edge in attack.
The wall thrust on a quay wall ([F.sub.TH]) is the resultant of diverse force components, as shown in Figure 1 (Kim et al., 2004): static water forces acting on the back and front of the wall, inertia force of the wall ([F.sub.I]), dynamic water force on the front of the wall ([F.sub.FWD]), static thrust on the back of the wall before shaking ([F.sub.ST]), and dynamic thrust on the back of the wall, which develops during shaking ([F.sub.DY]).
Suitable for easy replacement/retrofitting in fixture or robotic pneumatic guns, they have large dynamic thrust capabilities and are rated for 6 million welds at up to 2,300 lbs.
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