jet lift

jet lift

A term used when lift is obtained from the thrust of a gas turbine engine.
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Different types of dredging vessels are suction, jet lift, air lift, bucket, and others.
(NYSE: TXT) company, to add a comprehensive jet lift solution, through the addition of Cessna Citation Excel and Sovereign jets to the growing fleet of offerings for Wheels Up members.
We aimed at assessing the lift coefficient [C.sub.L] and the drag coefficient [C.sub.D] for a controlled fluid jet lift wing emitted by the trailing edge, as compared to the classic wing in the same conditions as in theoretical modelling.
As I watched the jet lift off, and to my amazement, he did not climb straight ahead, but started his turn.
As part of the efforts to secure increased jet lift into St.
The jet pipe of the engine incorporates a three-bearing swivel module (3BSM) that can turn the residual thrust down through 95 degrees in 2.5 seconds, producing 80 kN of jet lift. Each of the two roll reaction controls in the wings provides a further 8.7 kN of lift.
The NTSB did credit both the flight attendants for their quick decision to begin the evacuation as the fire sent thick black smoke billowing into the air, as well as the pilots' quick decision to halt the flight before the jet lifted off.
Beaty said he felt free of a huge weight when the cargo jet lifted into the air for Puerto Rico.
Along the river to the left a line of cranes unload containers at Europe's second biggest port, while in the sky beyond, an Emirates jet lifts off, one of the airline's two daily services to Dubai.
When the Air Corps Lear jet lifted off the runway at Casement Aerodrome in Baldonnel that's the first time we felt we really were on our way this time.
This behavior is common for the two high blowing ratios and is typically indicative that the jet lifts off and reattaches afterward.