Jet-propulsion meaning

Propulsion derived from the rearward expulsion of matter in a jet stream, especially propulsion by jet engines.
noun
0
0
A method of propelling airplanes, boats, etc. that uses the reaction force created when compressed outside air and hot exhaust gases are forced through a jet nozzle.
noun
0
0
The driving of an aircraft by the powerful thrust developed when a jet of gas is forced out of a jet engine.
0
0
Propulsion by means of any fluid that is forced out in a stream in the opposite direction. Squids, octopuses, and cuttlefish, for example, jet their way through the ocean by taking in and then quickly expelling water.
0
0
Propulsion that is caused by the expulsion of a jet of fluid, especially by a jet engine.
noun
0
0
Advertisement
The study of devices propelled by jet propulsion.
noun
0
0