pressure thrust

pressure thrust

[′presh·ər ‚thrəst]
(aerospace engineering)
In rocketry, the product of the cross-sectional area of the exhaust jet leaving the nozzle exit and the difference between the exhaust pressure and the ambient pressure.
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At this time of crisis, authorities will not be able to withstand the additional pressure thrust upon them.
Gatting is confident that Strauss will be able to cope with the pressure thrust upon him, though, and has told Johnson he will be wasting his time by peppering the England captain with bouncers.
I always bowed to the pressure thrust upon young women that you have to be stick thin to be attractive.
As long as this pivot lies below the axis of the pressure thrust (exactly that of the bore's axis), the toggle joint is forced downward against the floor of the pistol's frame.
In addition, the fixed cylindrical thrust plate should be loaded by an applied axial force that acts in parallel with the pressure thrust force.