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The thrust of turbofan
engine is 80% realizated by the fan that divides the engine airflow into the primary air flow and secondary air flow defined by the bypass ratio.
"A number of new products, including turbofan
engines, will be unveiled in the exhibition in the future," Manteqi said in a press conference in Tehran on Sunday.
Different engine manufacturers are currently developing advanced turbofan
and/or open rotor engines, and making claims to be the correct choice for the future.
A geared turbofan
uses a reduction gearbox to disconnect the fan from the turbine so that each component can turn at optimum speed.
The results of test flights of an A340 aircraft last year have confirmed that the geared turbofan
engine architecture will deliver increased efficiency and significantly lower fuel consumption, emissions and noise.
Nowadays, almost all commercial aircraft are powered by turbofan
jet engines, so-named for a ducted front-mounted fan.
Mark King, president civil aerospace at Rolls-Royce, said: "The open rotor is the only real game changer relative to an advanced turbofan
. This is the only thing that can deliver clear daylight--a clear 10% better than any advanced turbofan
Pratt & Whitney, a US aero-engine manufacturer, has stated that it is aiming to break the dominance of rival company General Electric Co in the market for large regional jet aircraft turbofan
were just coming into their own at the time.
Doubting the pressure ratio in the turbofans
of the day would have required inlet temperatures that would have melted the best materials being used in the best blades of the era.
Ultrahigh bypass turbofans
are engines that use a large fan at the front of the engine to force pressurized air around and through the engine.