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English: Relative suitability of the turboshaft (left), low bypass turbofans (middle) and ordinary turbojects (right) for the flight at the 10 km attitude in various speeds
العربية: الملائمة النسبية لمحركات العمود التوربيني والمروحة التوربينية ذات التحويلة الجانبية البسيطة والتوربين النفاث بالطيران لمسافة 10 كم بسرعات مختلفة
Date 11 August 2006
Source Own work, used different information from K.Honicke, R.Lindner, P.Anders, M.Krahl, H.Hadrich, K.Rohricht. Beschreibung der Konstruktion der Triebwerksanlagen. Interflug, Berlin, 1968 for the data of this chart.
Author Audrius Meskauskas

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