J-20 "Juno" Basic Jet Engine

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J-20 "Juno" Basic Jet Engine
Part image
Jet engine by
C7 Aerospace Division
Radial size Tiny
Cost (total) 450.00 Funds
Mass (total) 0.25 t
Drag 0.2
Max. Temp. 2000 K
Impact Tolerance 7 m/s
Research Aviation.png Aviation
Unlock cost 2 000 Funds
Since version 1.0.5
Part configuration miniJet
Jet engine
Maximum thrust 20 kN
Isp (max) 6400 s
Fuel consumption 0.06 Units of fuel/s
Intake air consumption 1.40 Air unit/s
Thrust vectoring × No
Testing Environments
On the surface ✓ Yes
In the ocean ✓ Yes
On the launchpad ✓ Yes
In the atmosphere ✓ Yes
Sub orbital × No
In an orbit × No
On an escape × No
Docked × No
Test by staging ✓ Yes
Manually testable ✓ Yes


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Usage

The J-20 "Juno" Basic Jet Engine is a simple air-breathing engine without many of the defining traits of the other jet engines. Its tiny (Mk0) size makes it useful for fuselage-mounted engines when used with the Mk0 Liquid Fuel Fuselage and the Small Circular Intake. Note that there are no aerodynamically-shaped command pods which share the same Mk0 size as the J-20, however many Probodobodyne Inc. cores have the same general diameter.

Visualization of the thrust multiplier curve for velocity
Visualization of the thrust multiplier curve for atmospheric pressure

Product description

A small turbojet. Not very efficient, anemic thrust, but hey--it's cheap! And it's so cute...look at the little thing!

Changes

1.0.5
  • Initial release