maximum specific power


maximum specific power
The product of the maximum sea-level thrust and the maximum velocity divided by the combat weight (the full internal weight of the aircraft less the weight of 40% of its internal fuel). This parameter is used to compare and evaluate the performance of combat aircraft.

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