A turbojet engine operates on the Brayton cycle, where air is compressed, mixed with fuel, and ignited. The resulting high-speed exhaust gases are expelled through a nozzle, creating a high-velocity jet of exhaust that generates thrust according to Newton’s third law of motion.

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