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Aeroplane (or just jet) is an aeroplane (almost always a plane with a stationary wing) driven by jet thrusters (jet propulsion). Whilst the power plants of prop airplanes usually reach their full degree of effectiveness at significantly lower velocities and heights, power plants and airplanes reach their full degree of effectiveness at velocities near or even far above the velocity of noise (see special impulse).

Jets generally cross at speeds above Mach 0.8 (609 mbph, 981 km/h or 273 m/s) at an altitude of about 10,000-15,000 meters (33,000-49,000 ft) or more. In February 1936 he contacted Ernst Heinkel, who was in charge of the production of the world's first turbine and jet Heinkel He 178.

In Germany, rocket-powered jet planes were introduced as pioneers. In 1928, the first airplane to take off with missiles was the Lippisch duck. was the first specially designed missile airplane to do so. One of the first flights of a jet aeroplane to attract public interest was the Italian Caproni Campini N.1 motor jet model, which was flown on 27 August 1940.

It was the first jet airplane recognized by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (at that point the German He 178 programme was still kept secret). On 15 May 1941, the E.28/39 experimental monastery went into the sky for the first of its kind, propelled by Sir Frank Whittle's turbo jet. Meteor was the first jet for manufacturing when it went into manufacturing a few month before Me 262, which itself was already under construction as project 1065 before the beginning of the Great Patriotic War. Meteor was the first jet for manufacturing.

Messerschmitt Me 262, the first turbine airplane in operation, was put into operation in April 1944. During the Second World War, the first deployable jet plane was the Messerschmitt Me 262,[7] produced in Germany and put into operation on 19 April 1944 at the Test Command 262 in Lechfeld, just outside Augsburg. This was the quickest conventionally operated plane of the Second World War - although there were quicker and unconventionally fuelled planes, such as the rocket-powered Messerschmitt Me 163 Comet.

The only Allied jet plane to engage in hostilities during the Second World War. At about the same epoch, in mid-1944, the British Gloster Meteor engaged in defending Britain against the V-1 air raid weapon - itself a pulsed jet propelled airplane and immediate precursor of the cruiser rocket - and then, in the final few month of the Great Patriotic War, land attacks over Europe.

In 1945, the Imperial Japanese Navy also designed jet planes, among them the Nakajima J9Y Kikka, a smaller and slightly smaller variant of the Me 262 with hinged wing panels. At the end of 1945, the USA had put their first jet-fighting plane, the Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star, into operation and Great Britain had put its second combat plane, the de Havilland Vampire, into operation.

During the Korean War on November 8, 1950, US Air Force lieutenant Russell J. Brown, who flew an F-80, caught two MiG-15s from northern Korea near the Yalu River and fired them down in the first jet-tojet air battle inhere. It' re engineered to go higher and quicker than any fighter interceptor.

So the 707 has a form that practically corresponds to that of modern airplanes, although a clear similarity can still be seen today, for example with the 737 (fuselage) and the A340 (monoplane, curved wings, four underwing engines).

The turbofan airplanes were put into operation in the 1950' and 1960' and brought much higher propellant efficiencies, and this is the kind of jet that is widely used today. In 1975 it was put into operation, but soon ceased to fly. Mach 2 Concorde was put into operation in 1976 and lasted 27 years.

Although most Americans use the word "jet aircraft" to refer to gas-turbine-based jet jets that breathe air, missile and scram jets are both jet-driven. Marching missile are one-way aircrafts, driven mainly by rams or turbo jets or sometimes by turbo fans, but often with missile drive for first use.

One of the quickest jet airplanes is the X-43 scram jet at Mach 9-10. X-15 at Mach 6.85 is the quickest human-powered ( "rocket") plane. Although much quicker than the X-43 or X-15, the Space Shuttle was not considered to be an airplane during the climb because it was supported by ballistic missile launch rather than by aerial launch.

Upon re-entry it was classified (like a glider) as an unmotorised aeroplane. Due to their mode of operation, the characteristic jet engine flue gas velocity is transsonic or higher, which is why most jet airplanes have to travel at high velocities, either ultrasound velocity or velocities just below the velocity of sonic ( "transsonic") to reach an effective mission.

Blast airplanes are usually constructed according to the Whitcomb area rules, which state that the overall area of the cross-section of the airplane at any point along the airplane from the point of view of the nosepiece must be approximately the same as that of a Sears-Haack object. Missiles are the oldest kind and are mainly used when extreme high speed or high altitude is required.

Turbo jets are the second oldest model; they have a high, mostly ultrasonic, tail gas velocity and a low head cross-section and are therefore best suitable for high-speed flying, mostly ultrasonic. Concorde and Tu-144 were the last large planes to use turbo jets for ultrasonic transport. The Low by-pass turbo fans have a lower flue gas velocity than turbochargers and are mainly used for high sound, transsonic and low ultrasonic velocities.

High-by-pass turbo fans are used for sub-sonic planes and are very effective and are often used for commercial use. Aeroplanes with jets are flying in a different way than those with propellers. The total fuel economy in airplanes is the percentage effectiveness with which the fuel used in a car is transformed into useful power in order to compensate for loss through aerodynamic resistance, gravitational force and accelerations.

This can also be expressed as the percentage of mechanic power actually used to power the aeroplane. It' s always less than 100% because of the total power dissipation to the flue gas and less than perfect propulsion system effectiveness, whether it' blades, nozzles or fans. Furthermore, the propulsion system effectiveness is strongly influenced by atmospheric pressure and flight speed.

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A long distance jet flying in the Stratosphere has a steady velocity of sonic waves so that it flies at a set pitch and a steady Mach number causes the plane to rise without altering the value of the velocity of sonic waves. Here: where M{\displaystyle M} is the cruiser Mach number and a{\displaystyle a} is the velocity of ultrasound.

The experimental planes.

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