What temperature does jet fuel burn at?

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Jet fuel is used to power aircraft using a gas turbine engine. Jet fuel burns at a temperature of 410 degrees on start up. It can burn up to 1517 degrees with enough oxygen.
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On ignition, the fuel is burning at 410 degrees, but with enough of an oxygen supply, it can burn up to 1517 degrees Farenheit, and in controlled test burns it has exceeded 1800 degrees
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Hi. The link seems correct. The hottest part of a jet engine is where the flame meets the first stage turbine components. The temperature in the engines I worked on were higher than
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