high-bypass

high-bypass

An engine with a bypass ratio in the region of 15:1. These engines may be used for reverse thrust. This type of configuration is known as a cold reverse thrust as opposed to a hot reverse thrust, which is provided by hot exhaust gases.
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The new power gearbox will enable the UltraFan to deliver efficient power over a range of take-off thrusts for high-bypass ratio engines of the future.
Two high-bypass turbofan engines, mounted under 34-degree swept wings, power the KC-46A to takeoff at gross weights up to 415,000 pounds.
Mitsubishi executives stress that their product is 20 per cent more fuel efficient than other leading single-aisle jets, because it was engineered specifically to work with a Pratt and Whitney high-bypass geared turbofan engine.
SKF said it will supply CFM International with mainshaft and gearbox bearings for the LEAP engine program, a high-bypass aircraft turbofan engine.
Flanagan continued, "GE Aviation is applying the LCA/LCC methodology to assess the additive manufacturing of fuel nozzles for the CFM LEAP next-generation high-bypass turbofan jet engine.
The efficient new high-bypass engines made serious long-range travel possible for all.
The associated gains in propulsive efficiency led to much lower fuel consumption, making the high-bypass turbofan the only choice for commercial aircraft developed in the 1980s and afterwards.
The partnership will focus on high-bypass ratio geared turbofan technology and the companies will collaborate on future studies for next generation propulsion systems, including advanced geared engines, open rotor technology and other advanced configurations.
Among the stages are the piston engine experience, the end of World War II and the beginning of turbojet development, transition to turbofans, going commercial, high-bypass fans, and the modern era.
The new high-bypass turbofan engine, incorporating Rolls-Royce's proprietary three-shaft architecture, will have thrust ratings across a range of 74,000 to 92,000 lb and achieve remarkably higher combustion efficiency.
The E-6A's CFM-56 engine runs about five million dollars a copy, and I don't believe making a milk shake out of a deer could be a good thing for a high-bypass jet engine.
Her high-bypass turbofans were designed to emit a blurry infrared signature at most.