Theoretical analysis of various thrust-augmentation cycles for turbojet engines

Bruce T. Lundin
naca-tn-2083
May 1950


The results of analytical studies of tail-pipe-burning, water-injection, and bleedoff methods of thrust augmentation are presented that provide an insight into the operating characteristics and summarize the performance that may be obtained when applied to a typical turbojet engine.

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