|Quoting Airfoilsguy (Reply 3):|
If you take the blades off of a turboprop you would get a similar scenario. Even at max thrust I don't think you would get far.
|Quoting KELPkid (Reply 4):|
not sure if it's the idle thrust that the prop produces or the thrust coming out the PT6's exhaust...
|Quoting Chksix (Reply 2):|
The old low bypass engines (737-100, DC-9) were "pushing" through the power of the jet thrust only.
|Quoting HangarRat (Reply 5):|
I remember reading when the floatplane version of the Caravan was introduced that the tailpipe puts out about 40 pounds of thrust.
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