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Unformatted text preview: j , A j and j respectively), and the mass (m) and velocity (V) of the airplane. Neglect the effects of gravity and assume the forces associated with the air around the vehicle and launcher are small compared to those associated with the water jet. Assume the mass of water in contact with and accelerating the bucket is negligible relative to M so you can neglect any change with time of the momentum of the jet within the control volume. c) What is the thrust, T, on the airplane?...
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- Fall '05