thrust coefficient

thrust coefficient

[′thrəst ‚kō·i‚fish·ənt]
(aerospace engineering)
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It can calculate the thrust coefficient and tip loss factor in another form.
Once the thrust coefficient and tip loss factor is calculated, the axial induction is calculated.
T]--the thrust coefficient of the screw that could be taken for study case 0.
Furthermore, the thrust coefficient used to characterize propeller performance was not defined until after World War I.
Our estimate of the static thrust coefficient for the original Wright propeller was 0.
Mach number, drag coefficient, and thrust values were generated by interpolating in a grid plot of drag coefficient and thrust coefficient versus Mach number (Sutton 1992; Raymer 2006; Kimberlin 2003).
For thrust vectoring, the figure of merit is primarily jet thrust vector angle and gross thrust coefficient.
The exhaust-nozzle thrust coefficient is critical to the performance of the system.