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Progress D-27
Progress D-27
The Progress D-27 engine on the Ilyushin Il-76LL flying testbed at the 1997 MAKS air show.
The Progress D-27 engine on the Ilyushin Il-76LL flying testbed at the 1997 MAKS air show.
A front view of two Progress D-27 on the starboard wing of an Antonov An-70 aircraft at the 2013 Paris Air Show.
A front view of two Progress D-27 on the starboard wing of an Antonov An-70 aircraft at the 2013 Paris Air Show.
A back view of two Progress D-27 propfans. The aft propellers have only six blades each, while the front propellers each have eight blades.
A back view of two Progress D-27 propfans. The aft propellers have only six blades each, while the front propellers each have eight blades.
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A mockup of the GE36 at the Musée aéronautique et spatial Safran
A mockup of the GE36 at the Musée aéronautique et spatial Safran
The GE36 on a McDonnell Douglas MD-80 demonstrator at the 1988 Farnborough Air Show. The gearless unducted fan engine had an overall diameter of 11.67
The GE36 on a McDonnell Douglas MD-80 demonstrator at the 1988 Farnborough Air Show. The gearless unducted fan engine had an overall diameter of 11.67 ft (3.56 m), with either eight or ten blades in front (depending on the particular configuration) and eight blades in back.
The Progress D-236 propfan engine on the Yak-42E-LL testbed aircraft at the Paris Air Show in 1991
The Progress D-236 propfan engine on the Yak-42E-LL testbed aircraft at the Paris Air Show in 1991
Progress D27 Propfans fitted to an Antonov An-70
Progress D27 Propfans fitted to an Antonov An-70