I understand that Turboprop engines have a lower Specific Fuel Consumption (SFC) than Turbofan engines, on average. I want to see this for myself by analysis, ideally by comparing values of SFC for typical turboprop engines vs turbofan. As turboprop SFC is usually given as the Fuel Consumption Rate / Power, and turbofan SFC is given as Fuel Consumption Rate / Thrust, it is tricky to directly compare them.
For a given airspeed and altitude, I want to show that a turboprop engine will require a lower rate of fuel consumption to produce a given amount of thrust. Is there a way I can show this without going into too much detail on things like blade pitch, thrust coefficient etc.
Ideally, I want to compare SFC of turboprop engines with that of turbofans, and show that the SFC for turboprop engines at a given thrust is lower.