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Record 1 1982-11-15


Subject field(s)
  • Aeroindustry

Behind the engine is the ejector system, which performs the reverse function to that of the intake, in accelerating the jet stream emerging from the turbine at M 0.4 to the cruise speed of around M 3.0. Below M 1.3, blow-in and suck-in doors provide a cold tertiary air stream which is augmented by cowl and aft bypass bleed.


  • Constructions aéronautiques

A l'arrière du moteur se trouve le système d'éjection, qui porte la vitesse des gaz sortant de la turbine de Mach 0,4 à environ Mach 3 (soit la vitesse de croisière). A moins de Mach 1,3, des volets d'aspiration produisent un flux d'air tertiaire froid, dont le volume est augmenté par prélèvement au niveau du capot et dans la dérivation arrière.


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