Pratt & Whitney JT8D-15

Pratt & Whitney JT8D-15

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Thanks to whoever made the JT8D-17, I took the fan from that. I presume that there is an original author but I did not find him anywhere. Modeled entirely from scratch except the fan. The Pratt & Whitney JT8D is a low-bypass {0.96 to 1} turbofan engine, introduced by Pratt & Whitney in February 1963 with the inaugural flight of Boeing's 727. It was a modification of the Pratt & Whitney J52 turbojet engine, which powered the US Navy A-6 Intruder attack aircraft. The Volvo RM8 is an afterburning version that was license-built in Sweden for the Saab 37 Viggen fighter. A "fixed" version for powerplant and ship propulsion is known as the FT12. Eight models comprise the JT8D standard engine family, covering the thrust range from 12,250 to 17,400 pounds-force [62 to 77 kN] and power 727, 737-100/200, and DC-9 aircraft. More than 14,000 JT8D engines have been produced, totaling more than one-half billion hours of service with more than 350 operators making it the most popular of all low-bypass turbofan engines ever produced. The JT8D-15 was primarily used on the Dassault Mercure. #15 #And #JT8D #JT8D15 #Pratt #Pratt__Whitney #Pratt__Whitney_JT8D15 #Pratt_and_Whitney #Pratt_and_Whitney_JT8D15 #PW_JT8D15 #PWJT8D15 #Whitney
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