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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When Artemis 1 launches to the Moon, the four RS-25 engines will fire nonstop for 8.5 minutes, providing the rocket 2 million of its 8.8 million pounds of maximum thrust at liftoff.
"But under the NDA government, Modi Ji (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) has given maximum thrust to such projects like space mission under the leadership of Dr.
The three boosters used this time were upgrades from the Space X's Block 5 rockets and are said to deliver 10 percent boost in maximum thrust to the Falcon Heavy.
Additionally, the motorcycle uses four turbojet engines allowing a maximum thrust of 705 lb-foot, which can lift the 231 lb.
That means a 787 on which one engine failed might face having the other malfunction when tuned to maximum thrust in order to compensate.
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.
For this study, the Pratt and Whitney JT9D-7A engine is chosen for the application in the Boeing 747-100 example, where the engine itself produces a maximum thrust of 46,500 lbf [24].
Thus, the total thrust pressure can be conservatively approximated using the theoretical rectangular distribution of Yokel [23] at a maximum thrust pressure calculated by Peck [6].
The nine GEM 40 motors used today, which is the maximum number for the Delta II design, provided an additional 1.3 million pounds of maximum thrust to boost ULA's Delta II launch vehicle on its successful mission.
The motor with four PZT plates obtained an upward speed of 0.95 mm/s when the load force was 3 g, and the maximum thrust force was 0.35 N.
According to SpaceX, the first-stage segment recovered on Friday was part of a 1.2-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 board--which looks like a cross between a Lego and a flying mattress--is powered by 36 electric ducted fans with a maximum thrust of 430 pounds and is capable of lifting its rider a foot off the ground for up to six minutes.

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