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Total thrust if efficiency and enthalpy is known
Total thrust=Air flow rate*((sqrt(2*Enthalpy drop in nozzle*Efficiency of nozzle))-Aircraft forward speed+(sqrt(Efficiency of turbine*Transmission efficiency of propeller*Enthalpy drop in turbine))) GO
Propulsive power
Propulsive power=1/2*((Air flow rate+Fuel flow rate)*Jet velocity of aircraft^2-(Air flow rate*Aircraft forward speed^2)) GO
Thermal efficiency of jet engines if effective speed ratio is known
Thermal efficiency=Jet velocity of aircraft^2*(1-Effective speed ratio^2)/(2*Fuel air ratio*Calorific value of fuel) GO
Thrust power
Thrust power=Air flow rate*Aircraft forward speed*(Jet velocity of aircraft-Aircraft forward speed) GO
Kinetic energy of gases at exit
Kinetic Energy=1/2*Mass Flow Rate*(1+Air to Fuel Ratio)*Jet velocity of aircraft^2 GO
Thrust if effective speed ratio is known
Thrust=Air flow rate*Aircraft forward speed*((1/Effective speed ratio)-1) GO
Thrust if aircraft forward speed, velocity of exhaust is known
Thrust=Air flow rate*(Jet velocity of aircraft-Aircraft forward speed) GO
Effective speed ratio
Effective speed ratio=Aircraft forward speed/Jet velocity of aircraft GO
specific thrust if effective speed ratio is known
Specific thrust=Jet velocity of aircraft*(1-Effective speed ratio) GO
Specific thrust
Specific thrust=Jet velocity of aircraft-Aircraft forward speed GO
Kinetic energy of air at inlet
Kinetic Energy=1/2*Air flow rate*Aircraft forward speed^2 GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Power required to drive the double acting reciprocating pump
Power required=2*Specific Weight*Area of piston*Stroke length*Speed*(Height of the centre of the cylinder+Height to which the liquid is raised)/60000 GO

Power required to produce an exhaust jet velocity Formula

Power required=1/2*Air flow rate*Jet velocity of aircraft^2
P=1/2*m<sub>a</sub>*C<sub>j</sub>^2
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What is power?

It is a measure of the rate at which work is done, The standard unit used to measure power is the watt. one watt is equal to one joule of work done per second.

How to Calculate Power required to produce an exhaust jet velocity?

Power required to produce an exhaust jet velocity calculator uses Power required=1/2*Air flow rate*Jet velocity of aircraft^2 to calculate the Power required, The Power required to produce an exhaust jet velocity formula is defined as the half of product of mass flow rate of air and square of aircraft jet velocity. Power required and is denoted by P symbol.

How to calculate Power required to produce an exhaust jet velocity using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Power required to produce an exhaust jet velocity, enter Air flow rate (ma) and Jet velocity of aircraft (Cj) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Power required to produce an exhaust jet velocity calculation can be explained with given input values -> 92.256 = 1/2*3*248^2.

FAQ

What is Power required to produce an exhaust jet velocity?
The Power required to produce an exhaust jet velocity formula is defined as the half of product of mass flow rate of air and square of aircraft jet velocity and is represented as P=1/2*ma*Cj^2 or Power required=1/2*Air flow rate*Jet velocity of aircraft^2. Air flow rate is the mass flow rate of air and Jet velocity of aircraft is the velocity of exhaust from aircraft.
How to calculate Power required to produce an exhaust jet velocity?
The Power required to produce an exhaust jet velocity formula is defined as the half of product of mass flow rate of air and square of aircraft jet velocity is calculated using Power required=1/2*Air flow rate*Jet velocity of aircraft^2. To calculate Power required to produce an exhaust jet velocity, you need Air flow rate (ma) and Jet velocity of aircraft (Cj). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Air flow rate and Jet velocity of aircraft and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Power required?
In this formula, Power required uses Air flow rate and Jet velocity of aircraft. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Power required=2*Specific Weight*Area of piston*Stroke length*Speed*(Height of the centre of the cylinder+Height to which the liquid is raised)/60000
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