engine rating

engine rating

The engine power permitted for specific flight conditions and timings (e.g., takeoff power, continuous rating, maximum afterburner rating, emergency rating).
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March 13 /PRNewswire/ -- THE MAINTENANCE COUNCIL: Detroit Diesel Corporation (NYSE: DDC) announced the new Series 60 500 horsepower engine rating, available during the second half of 1995.
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The company website says the engine has a flywheel power rating of 125 hp, engine ratings at 2,100 rpm and net power advertised is the power available at the flywheel when the engine is equipped with fan, air cleaner, muffler and alternator.
As part of these requirements repair stations must have facilities, equipment, materials and data to perform maintenance for the aircraft and engine ratings the carrier holds.