Ok i have found this site. http://www.jet-engine.net/miltfspec.html
Can someone check if my calculations are correct or if im way off target.
Now calculating for an F-15E using the F100-PW-229..
Dry thrust: 17,800 lb thrust
Wet thrust: 29,100 lb thrust
Specific fuel conumption dry: 0.726 lb fuel /lb thrust per hour
Specific fuel consumption wet: 2.060 lb fuel / lb thrust per hour
Now if an F-15 has 22,000lb of fuel FULL AFTERBURNER
29,100lb of thrust * 2.060 = 59,946 lbs of fuel consumed per hour per engine.
With two engines thats 120,000lb of fuel consumed in one hour.
22,000 lb of fuel / 120,000lb of fuel = 0.1833 hours
So at full afterburner the F-15E will run out of fuel in 11 minutes.
17,800lb of thrust * 0.726 lb = 12,922 lbs of fuel consumed per hour per engine.
With two engines thats 25,845 lbs of fuel consumed in one hour
22,000lb of fuel / 25,845 of fuel = 0.8512 hours
So at full dry thrust the run out of fuel in 51 minutes.
Are my calculations above correct for both wet n dry power?
I must have calculated them wrong.
As If an F-15 can only travel 1000km/h at dry thrust then it would have a total range of under 1000kms?
Though if an F-15 cruises at 1000km/h with only 70% throttle fuel consumption will be alot less and the range will be reaching 2000kms..