Thrust is a force, so substituting thrust in the wiki equation and ignoring acceleration gives you
Thrust = mdot * v
where mdot is the mass flow rate. The units work out, [kg/s * m/s = kg*m/s^2].
As I've said above, the velocity term is a sum since you don't make any thrust when our velocity is the same as the exhaust velocity, and you assume that thrust tapers linearly.
Does that help at all?
