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A turboprop engine produces a "Brake Specific Fuel Consumption" of 0.5 lb/bhp/hr. Determine the fuel flow (in kg/s) required at this bsfc to produce 800 bhp of power.

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Brake Horsepower: 800
Brake Specific Fuel Consumption: 0.5
BSFC = Fuel Pounds ...

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The solution determines the fuel flow engines. The "Brake Specific Fuel Consumption" of 0.5 lb/bhp/hr is determined.

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