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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Future studies will research the severity of collisions with general aviation (GA) aircraft, rotorcraft, and high-bypass turbofan engines representative of those found in airline fleets today.
Caption: Drew Ware (left) and Lawrence Peters Austell work on the CFM56-3B1 high-bypass turbofan engine that was donated to GNTC by Southwest Airlines.
Over time, shrieking turbojet engines gave way to low-bypass turbofan engines, then high-bypass turbofan engines.
A geared design will deliver efficient power for high-thrust, high-bypass ratio engines of the future.
The 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.
Since 2006, he has been involved in adapting Rolls-Royce's high-bypass Trent jet turbines into industrial turbines that can be used in remote locations and aboard ships and offshore oil platforms, as well as for distributed generation.
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.
ST) announced on Wednesday that it will supply CFM International with mainshaft and gearbox bearings for the LEAP engine programme, a high-bypass aircraft turbofan engine.
Fighter jets use low-bypass turbofans to achieve fast bursts of speed, while commercial airliners use slower, more efficient high-bypass turbofans.
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.