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Aeronautic Engines Data





Table 1: Engine Basic Data and Applications
Engine Aircraft T pr BPR SFC T/W Notes
GE CF6-50A A-300 245 31.5 4.4 6.6 5.92 .
PW JT9D-3A B 747/100 190 21.4 5.2 3.6 5.05 .
RR RB211-524 L-1011 220 10.8 1.02 6.4 5.00 .
Kuznetzov NK-144 Tu 144 196 27.0 5.0 7.8 5.85 w/ afterburning
Snecma/RR Olympus 593 Concorde 170 . . 120 . w/ afterburning
PW JT4A-3 B707-300 70.3 . . 0.780 3.15 .


Table 2: Other Engine Basic Data
Engine Type BPR T/W T pr Ma SFC Notes
RR Spey I turbofan 1.02 1.43 43.81 16.75 91.5 0.787 32k ft, 508 kt
RR Conway Rco.12 turbofan 0.3 1.05 80.06 14.10 127.3 0.9 35k ft, 475 kt
RR Avon RA.29/6 turbofan . 1.34 56.60 10.3 83.8 0.918 25k ft, 425 kt
PW JT3D-1 turbofan 1.4 0.78 75.62 12.5 217.4 0.8 20k ft, 525 kt
PW JT3C-26 turbojet . . 80.06 12.5 81.5 . .
GE CJ805-23A aft-fan 1.56 1.37 71.61 13.0 76.1 0.83 25k ft, 525 kt
Allison T63-I t-prop . . . 6.2 1.4 0.72 6k ft, 200 kt


Nomenclature

BPR = by-pass ratio
Ma = total air mass flow (kg/s)
pr = compression ratio
P = maximum power (kN)
SFC = specific fuel consumption (kg/kN h)
T = thrust (kN)
W = dry weight (kg)
T/W = thrust-to dry weight at cruise, as noted


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