Thrust

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Classical Mechanics

Thrust or thrust force is a force that moves an object.

Thrust formula

\(\large{ F = \frac { \left( m v \right)_2   \;-\;   \left( m v \right)_1   }   { t_2 \;-\; t_1 } }\)

\(\large{ F = \frac { \left( m_2 v_2 \right)   \;-\;   \left( m_1 v_1 \right)   }   { t_2 \;-\; t_1 } }\)

Where:

\(\large{ F }\) = thrust

\(\large{ m_1 }\) = initial mass

\(\large{ m_2 }\) = final mass

\(\large{ t_1 }\) = initial time

\(\large{ t_2 }\) = final time

\(\large{ v_1 }\) = initial velocity

\(\large{ v_2 }\) = final velocity

 

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