Aerospace propulsion systems, Other Engineering

Aerospace propulsion is essentially based on Newton'slaws of motion (1687):

• A body on which there is no resultant force will move ina straight line with constant velocity.

• Force equals the rate of change of momentum

• Action equals reaction. 

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