thrust-specific fuel consumption

thrust-specific fuel consumption (TSFC)

A measure of the fuel efficiency of a turbojet or turbofan engine. It is the mass of fuel burned per hour for each unit of thrust produced.
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Fuel flow [mu] is generally expressed as shown in (11) with thrust-specific fuel consumption [C.sub.TSFC].
where V is the true airspeed; T is the thrust; and [c.sub.TSFC] is the thrust-specific fuel consumption which indicates the fuel mass per unit thrust per unit time.