thrust output

thrust output

[′thrəst ′au̇t‚pu̇t]
(aerospace engineering)
The net thrust delivered by a jet engine, rocket engine, or rocket motor.
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Almost half the specifications tables had errors ranging from number of crew to thrust output to the number of engines on the aircraft (the P-3 Orion is listed as having two engines when the picture right next to the table shows four)!
For the heavy lifting quadrotor, the average of the thrust output is nearly at full throttle that very little can be left to stabilize the aircraft.
To achieve the requested thrust output the design utilizes a mass flow sensor for real-time measurements of the gas flow in the feedback signal of the control loop of the flow control valve.
Considering electromagnetic hysteresis and nonlinear characteristics of the thruster, the relationship between the control signal and the thrust output is complicated and nonlinear.
GE has already increased the thrust output the engine has to produce and more changes may still come, he added.
A high expansion ratio leads to low exhaust pressure, increasing the conversion of potential output (represented by the chamber temperature and pressure) to thrust output (exhaust momentum and pressure).
Control of the funnel aperture affects the peak thrust of the escape jet and, therefore, the measurement of the "unit thrust output" of the circumferential musculature.
Thrust output (in pounds) is given by the expression: F=2[pi]peNT, where p = drivescrew pitch (rev/in); e = drivetrain efficiency; N = reducer ratio; and T = input torque (lb-in).
Higher torque and thrust outputs also can be provided.
Higher torque and thrust outputs can also be provided for.