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What Is The Fan Diamiter Of The JT-3 Turbo Fan

Fri Mar 24, 2006 7:17 am

Hello Everybody

I had a post about the differences in the jt-3 and jt-8, and it was posted that the jt-3 was bigger. I know the the fans on the jt-8 or 49 inches, but I would like to know the fan size of the jt-3 turbo fan or T-33.
 
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RE: What Is The Fan Diamiter Of The JT-3 Turbo Fan

Fri Mar 24, 2006 10:34 am

JT3D-3B: 53 inches
JT8D-17: 49.2 inches
JT8D-219: 54 inches
 
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RE: What Is The Fan Diamiter Of The JT-3 Turbo Fan

Sat Mar 25, 2006 1:48 am

Wow I did not know the JT-8-219 had a fan that was larger than a JT-3. I see why MD-80 has so much power. This could be the reason why it is the engine some company's use to replace the 707 JT-3's.

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