Turbofan Engine

Turbofan Engine

• Type

   Turbofan Engine


• Development

   NCSIST has been developing turbofan engines since the mid-1990s. Breakthroughs in critical

   technology have been made in engine component designs. Manufacture starts after several satisfying

   testings. Numerous engine tests were completed and the flight test evaluation was made in 2012.

   The mass production of the turbofan engine started in 2013.


• Description

   The turbofan engine is two-spool design and has the benefits of high air intake, low fuel consumption,

   low noise, low emissions, and is primarily used as power systems for unmanned vehicle systems.

   In military applications, the turbofan engine provides power systems for unmanned aerial vehicles

   (UAV) which are capable of conducting tactical intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and military

   missions to meet the requirements of the national defense.

   In civil and industrial applications, it is possible to develop turbofan engine derivative micro turbine

   generators to provide the independent electrical power systems for islanding energy, remote areas,

   factory, schools, and community power generation.


• Specifications

  • Components: fan, low pressure compressor, centrifugal compressor, combustor, high pressure

     turbine, low pressure turbine, and engine accessories.

  • Dimensions L/ψ: 1.1 m / 0.34 m

  • Weight: 110 kg


• Status

   NCSIST has been conducting the mass production of the turbofan engine since 2013.