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TURBINE ENGINES

This website is primarily about gas turbine engines. To that effect, we would like to provide general information about gas turbines; how they work, where they are used, etc., as well as information on specific engines that have been used by us, and ones that we would like to use, but probably can't afford.

 

ENGINES USED ON THIS SITE

Allied Signal JFS-100 Gas Turbine Starter

Rolls-Royce/Allison 250-C18 (T63 A-700) Turboshaft

Boeing 502-6 Turboshaft

Solar T41-M9A APU

General Electric T58-GE-8F

Solar T62T-32 APU

 

 

OTHER INTERESTING ENGINES

Lycoming T53-L-13

Pratt & Whitney PT6

General Electric T700-GE-401

Rolls Royce/SNECMA Olympus 593

LHTEC T800

Rolls-Royce Gem 42

Eurojet EJ200

Textron Lycoming AGT 1500

Rolls Royce Pegasus

General Electric GE90

Pratt & Whitney F135-PW-100

Pratt & Whitney PW100

Rolls Royce AE1107C Liberty

Chrysler A-381

Turbomeca Arrius

 

 

Engine Info Will Be Added Frequently!

* Disclaimer: Some of the engine data that is collected on this page is taken from a variety of sources that include written publications, informed individuals, and internet webpages. While the author makes his best effort to assure all of the information that is presented is factual and correct, he cannot guarantee that it is free from inaccuracy. The information on this page is solely for educational purposes.

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