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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afterburner

US work on afterburners in the period 1948/1948 resulted in Solar installations on early straight wing jets such as the Pirate, Starfire and ...

www.britannica.com/technology/afterburner-mechanical-engineering

afterburner: Second combustion chamber in a turbojet or turbofan engine, ... See Article History. Alternative ... Cross section of a turbofan engine and afterburner.

www.airspacemag.com/flight-today/how-things-work-afterburners-18481403

How Things Work: Afterburners ... Producing a big jolt of thrust—and dramatic flame—the afterburner is a simple design dating to World War II, ... From This Story.

www.geaviation.com/company/aviation-history

Aviation History ... certified for civil use by the U.S. Civil Aeronautics Administration- and the first to use an electronically controlled afterburner to boost its thrust.

www.grc.nasa.gov/www/k-12/airplane/turbab.html

To move an airplane through the air, thrust is generated by some kind of propulsion system. Most modern fighter aircraft employ an afterburner on either a low ...

www.grc.nasa.gov/www/k-12/airplane/aturba.html

To move an airplane through the air, thrust is generated by some kind of propulsion system. Most modern fighter aircraft employ an afterburner on either a low ...

science.howstuffworks.com/transport/flight/modern/question374.htm

The idea behind an afterburner is to inject fuel directly into the exhaust stream and burn it using this remaining oxygen. This heats and expands the exhaust ...

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Apr 22, 2015 ... A look at the arcade game After Burner, released in 1987 by Sega. ✅ Full episodes now on Amazon Prime! http://amzn.to/2wPbBq4 ✅ Join Pat ...

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Afterburner definition, Aeronautics. a device placed within, or attached to the exit of, a jet-engine exhaust pipe to produce afterburning. ... Origin of afterburner