Bristol Olympus 593B Engine though not a WWI or WWII war machine engine, it is an important factor in the history of aviation related to the Concorde Swing Wing Aircraft. The Bristol Olympus 593B aero engine was redesigned in 1967 for the Concorde Supersonic Jet Airliner.
This engine had a thrust of around 35,000 pounds. The earlier Mk 102 engine was used on the Vulcan bomber with a thrust of 12,000 pounds.
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