# Question 11.22 A jet-propelled airliner flies at an altitude of 15,000 m and a velocity of 265 m/s. What is the stagnation pressure and stagna- tion temperature of the air entering the engine? If the airliner is stationary on the ground, the engines are running with the same t- Mach number flow into the engines, and the air flow to each engine as is 40 kg/s, what is 11.22 A jet-propelled airliner flies at an altitude of 15,000 m and a velocity of 265 m/s. What is the stagnation pressure and stagna- tion temperature of the air entering the engine? If the airliner is stationary on the ground, the engines are running with the same t- Mach number flow into the engines, and the air flow to each engine as is 40 kg/s, what is the airflow to each engine at the above flight conditions?

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Transcribed Image Text: 11.22 A jet-propelled airliner flies at an altitude of 15,000 m and a velocity of 265 m/s. What is the stagnation pressure and stagna- tion temperature of the air entering the engine? If the airliner is stationary on the ground, the engines are running with the same t- Mach number flow into the engines, and the air flow to each engine as is 40 kg/s, what is the airflow to each engine at the above flight conditions?
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Transcribed Image Text: 11.22 A jet-propelled airliner flies at an altitude of 15,000 m and a velocity of 265 m/s. What is the stagnation pressure and stagna- tion temperature of the air entering the engine? If the airliner is stationary on the ground, the engines are running with the same t- Mach number flow into the engines, and the air flow to each engine as is 40 kg/s, what is the airflow to each engine at the above flight conditions?