Recent Examples of turbojet engine from the Web
China's retaliatory move came the day after the Trump administration announced its own proposed 25% tariffs on more than 1,300 Chinese goods, including aircraft, propellers, turbojet engines and other aerospace parts.
And there was the cost of fueling four gas-guzzling turbojet engines, which required 6,770 gallons of fuel an hour to reach and maintain a cruising speed of Mach 2—just under 1,500 miles per hour.
Most of the turbojet engines in service today, however, operate with an order of magnitude less power and thrust.
The aircraft is supposed to be propelled with a combination of turbojet engines and ramjet propulsion.
Instead, the team has installed a General Electric J79 turbojet engine onto the body of a Lockheed F-104 Starfighter, sans wings.
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Definition of turbojet engine for English Language Learners
: a type of powerful jet engine
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