maximum thrust

maximum thrust

[′mak·sə·məm ′thrəst]
(ordnance)
The highest thrust recorded on the thrust-time trace in missile testing.
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Powered by a single F100-PW-229 manufactured by Pratt and Whitney with a maximum thrust of 29,100 lbs, the F-16I features a CFT (Conformal Fuel Tank) which increase fuel capacity by 40 percent the amount of fuel it can load normally, the magazine wrote.
3 million pounds of maximum thrust to boost ULA's Delta II launch vehicle on its successful mission.
3 million pounds of maximum thrust to boost ULAs Delta II launch vehicle on its successful mission.
2-million-pound vehicle (equivalent to about 300 cars) that required a maximum thrust of nearly 5,000 miles per hour to break through the pull of Earth's gravity.
The finite element calculation to obtain the maximum thrust rod rubber logarithmic principal strain 0.
Stone [11] suggests that the maximum thrust needs to be 1.
You used to have to rev a 911 nice and hard to get it to produce its maximum thrust and that was very exciting because the engine sounded better and better the more beans you gave it.
For this reason, several authors have developed different techniques to estimates the maximum thrust force of a turbofan from simple equations or from existing models.
The DD-110 features the latest radial piston hydraulic motor thrust drive that increases hydraulic efficiency for maximum thrust power, improved rotary speed and sliding rotary spindle for increased flexibility during pipe make up and breakout.
Maximum thrust is on joint operations of the army, Jammu and Kashmir Police and paramilitary forces with the active involvement of the people.
Instead, the manufacturer will need to make changes to the maximum thrust coming from the engines to help the plane take off in hot air, which is less dense than colder air and therefore provides less lift.

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