Figure 8 gives specific thrust
energy, specific rotation energy and total Es (thrust energy was a small fraction of total energy).
It can be noticed that, regardless of the regime, the specific thrust
force can be expressed as a function of the supply coefficients involved:
The specific thrust
of the proposal is to bring together a number of Community support programmes under one banner, including:
and most surprising, considering the specific thrust
of the Companion -- bell hooks.
The Topaz has Hall effect ion thrusters with a specific thrust
of 2,000 sec.
Such a propulsion system called the inter-turbine burner (ITB), could enable power extraction, thrust augmentation, reduced fuel burn, and specific thrust
The new system must develop a maximum specific thrust
This system incorporates an optimized large diameter propeller for the high altitude, low specific thrust
A potential advantage would be higher specific thrust
, which is the ratio of thrust to propellant flow rate.
The solution has been designed around the manufacturing industry with specific thrust
to semiconductor manufacturing facilities.
Since the introduction of the first operational turbojet engine some 50 years ago by Frank Whittle and his team in Great Britain, the engines have become bigger and bigger to meet the demands of high fuel efficiency and specific thrust
Three specific thrusts
are proposed to predict the role of solute chemistry on : (i) fundamental dislocation phenomena, and the resulting effects on plastic flow and ductility (Solute/Dislocation/Dislocation interactions); (ii) dislocation transmission/absorption and damage nucleation along boundaries (Solute/Grain-boundary/Dislocation interactions); and (iii) the propagation of cracks under monotonic and fatigue loading (Solute/Crack/Dislocation/Grain-boundary interactions).