Some Notes on High Speed Medium Propulsion
There is a class of propulsion engines which depend upon the medium through which they fly for part of their working fluid. Under some conditions, they can also derive some of their energy from this medium. Air breathing engines are familiar members of this class.
KeywordsEnergy Flux Specific Impulse Flight Velocity Exhaust Stream Inlet Mass Flow
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