jet engine exhaust

jet efflux

The gases flowing from the exhaust nozzle. Also called jet blast and jet engine exhaust.
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Safran Nacelles has delivered the initial jet engine exhaust system component for Boeing's new 777X airplane, the company said.
Air chemist Dr Gavin Phillips, of the University of Chester, said: "The long, thin clouds, or contrails, that form behind aircraft are caused by water vapour in the jet engine exhaust condensing as ice in cold air.
Just the thing to take a drive to the notorious Maho Beach, where people line up against the airport fence for the dubious thrill of being blasted by jet engine exhaust.
Based on this statement, this research provides an enhanced discussion on jet engine exhaust. The rational issue is that the depth of the localized burned pavement may become the cause of Foreign Object Debris (FOD) since the nominal maximum aggregate size (NMAS) for airfield pavement is 8-11 mm in Germany, 8 mm in Norway, and 13-15 mm in China (Prowell et al.
The jet engine exhaust that consists of temperature and velocity for drag and lift during the take-off process is essential to an aircraft.
--The increasing gross weight of aircraft requires higher thrust, which produces a greater velocity of the jet engine exhaust. The pavement surface needs a design that is able to receive the expected jet exhaust.
However, although jet engines are associated with aircraft improvement, the effect of jet engine exhaust is not fully considered.
Washington, May 13 (ANI): Experts from the Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, US, have shed light onto how sunlight transforms jet engine exhaust to potentially toxic particles.
Of note here are curved turboprop propeller blades renowned for their fuel efficiency, and a new jet engine exhaust that effectively reduced the noise level of equipment used in smaller power plants.
Toward that end, NASA gathered four planes and 120 scientists in Kansas during April and May to make the most detailed measurements yet of jet engine exhaust at cruising altitude.
Meanwhile, in the US, a team of researchers at Virginia Tech is using novel measurements of jet engine exhausts in an attempt to better understand the physical mechanisms that lead to noise reduction.
Forward facing cameras will deliver live streamed video for broadcast purposes, while rear-facing cameras will be looking at the output from the rocket and jet engine exhausts. Other cameras will monitor critical engineering parameters such as the wheel-ground interface.