An afterburner is an additional component added to some jet engines, primarily those on military aircraft. It was originally developed for the Miles M.52 project (during the last years of World War II) where it was called a reheat jetpipe. Its purpose is to provide a temporary increase in thrust for situations such as take-off, or in military aircraft, combat or supersonic flight. This is achieved by injecting additional fuel into the jet pipe downstream of (i.e. after) the turbine. This fuel is ignited by the hot exhaust gasses and adds greatly to the thrust of the engine. Afterburning is extravagant on fuel and inefficient but this is acceptable for the short periods in which reheat is usually used. Jet engines are referred to as operating wet when reheat is being used, and dry when the engine is used without afterburner. Usage The only civilian passenger transport aircraft to use afterburners were Concorde and the Tupolev Tu-144 supersonic transport, which used them at takeoff and to minimise the time in the high drag transonic flight regime. Except for some NASA research aircraft and the White Knight of Scaled Composites, afterburners are in the regime of military fighter jets. Modern design supercruise engines have inherently high thrust and this has lessened the need for afterburner. A turbojet engine equipped with an afterburner is called an "afterburning turbojet," whereas a turbofan engine similarly equipped is called an "augmented turbofan."
An afterburner is a device in the engine of an aircraft which injects fuel into the exhaust system to increase thrust.
Afterburner - album - was created on 1985-10-28.
4x Rolls-Royce Olympus 593 engines with afterburner
Pratt & Whitney Aircraft
China Beach - 1988 Afterburner - 2.14 was released on: USA: 5 April 1989
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There isn't any because it has to reach a liftoff speed and then a cruising speed before being able to use the afterburner otherwise it would crash Answer: This is incorrect. Many aircraft use full afterburner (especially if loaded with weapons and/ or using a short runway) on take off. The F-16 takes off at around 120-130 knots (138-148 mph) and this speed is the same regardless of whether the afterburner is selected or not.
Uranium is not used in the petroleum industry.
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zinc is used in industry as a corrosion inhibitor on steel,
Virtually all synthetic polymers are used in industry.
It is used in cement industry. Also used in medical industry to make plaster of Paris. Mainly used in the construction industry.
The Textile Industry..
stresses applied on materials used in the industry
Red cabbage is used in foods industry.
Most likely it would be used in the pyrotechnics industry.
afterburner, it was released in 85 i do believe
Industrial is the adjective, but industry can be used as a noun modifying a noun e.g., industry practice or industry averages.
Yeast is used in the food industry as it is used a lot in bread and some cakes. so your sandwiches that you are eating is from a food industry that uses yeast.