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Pratt & Whitney Engines

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Aircraft used on (click here)


Engine Characteristic

Maximum Thrust (Full Augmentation) 29,100 lb (129.4 kN)
Intermediate Thrust (Nonaugmented) 17,800 Ib (79.2 kN)
Weight (Specification Maximum) 3,740 lb (1,681 kg)
Length 191 in. (4.85 m)
Inlet Diameter 34.8 in. (0.88 m)
Maximum Diameter 46.5 in. (1. 18 in)
Bypass Ratio 0.36
Overall Pressure Ratio 32 to 1


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Updated: March 12, 2004