How the jet engine produce thrust ?

How the jet engine produce thrust ? Thrust is the force which moves an aircraft through the air. Thrust is used to overcome the drag of an airplane, and to overcome the weight of a rocket. Thrust is generated by...

/ July 4, 2018
Top 5 Aerospace GATE Coaching Centers in India

Top 5 Aerospace GATE Coaching Centers in India

Top 5 Aerospace gate coaching centers in India Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an all India examination that primarily tests the comprehensive understanding of various undergraduate subjects in Engineering and Technology. GATE is conducted jointly by the Indian...

/ May 29, 2018
what are four fundamental variables in aerodynamics

What are the four fundamental variables in Aerodynamics?

What are the four fundamental variables in aerodynamics? The four fundamental quantities in language of aerodynamics are Pressure, Density, Temperature and Velocity. Let us look at each one. Pressure: Pressure is defined as a point property. It varies from one...

/ May 28, 2018
turbofan engine

How The turbofan Engine works ?

How The turbofan engine works? Turbofan engine is designed as a compromise between turbojet and turboprop engines. The turbofan engine consists of a fan larger in diameter than the compressor, driven by the turbine. The fan displaces/bypasses free stream air...

/ May 26, 2018
how the turboprop engine works

How the Turboprop engine works ?

How the Turboprop engine works ? Operating Principle | Advantages | Disadvantages|Applications Operating Principle: Turboprop engine is an intermediate between a pure jet engine and a propeller engine. Turboprop engine provides high thrust per unit mass flow of fuel burnt...

/ May 25, 2018
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How the airplane is control with 3 axes ? Pitch,Roll,Yaw controls

 How The Airplane Is Control with 3- Axes ? An airplane is control with 3 axes,”lateral axis ,longitudinal axis and vertical axis“,it  moves in three dimensions with respect to the 3-axes called  pitch, roll,and yaw Roll is rotation about the longitudinal...

/ May 15, 2018
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How the turbojet engine works …?

How the turbojet engine works …? Working Principle and Advantages and Disadvantages Schematic diagram of turbojet with afterburner with station numbering: Operating Principle: The thrust of a turbojet engine is developed by compressing the free stream air in the diffuser...

/ May 14, 2018
Operating Envelope of Flight Vehicles & Engine Operating Limits

Operating Envelope of Flight Vehicles & Engine Operating Limits

Operating Envelope: Flight Vehicles: Each engine type will operate only within a certain range of altitudes and Mach numbers (velocities). Similar limitations in velocity and altitude exist for airframes. It is necessary, therefore, to match airframe and propulsion system capabilities. Figure...

/ April 18, 2018
introduction to aerospace propulsion

Introduction & Classification of Propulsion Systems

Propulsion: Propulsion is the act to drive a propulsive vehicle forward by producing thrust in flight. Thrust force is developed based on the Newton’s laws of motion. Propulsive System: It is a machine (engine) that produces thrust to push an...

/ April 17, 2018
How the rocket engine works

How the rocket engine works…?

Rocket engine A rocket engine is a type of jet engine that uses only stored rocket propellant mass for forming its high-speed propulsive jet. Rocket engines are reaction engines, obtaining thrust in accordance with Newton’s third law. It is a...

/ February 17, 2018