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Ge 36 Udf

General Electric's GE36 Unducted Fan was a variation on the original propfan concept, and appears similar to a pusher configuration piston engine.

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Figure 1: Internal structures of the GE 36 UDF engine2.
Evaluación de motores open rotor contra rotativos con caja de
Air Breathing Propulsion - Quo Vadis ?
Unducted Fan (UDF) GE 36: • Counter-rotating rotors, variable pitch driven by. 7- staged, counter-rotating LPT.
Tip Shrouding Experimentation towards Silencing the Open Rotor
UDF GE-36.  1970's-1989.  Turbine Driven.

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Suggested Web Resources

General Electric GE36 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The General Electric GE36 was an experimental aircraft engine, a hybrid between a turbofan and a turboprop, known as an Unducted Fan (UDF) or propfan.
Propfan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
New-Generation GE Open Rotor and Regional Jet Engine Demo
GE and NASA to test open rotor jet engine systems | GE Reports
Aviation Images - Rare Aircraft Image Gallery Index
McDonnell Douglas MD-81 UHB Demonstrator (GE36 UDF), Propfan. Microjet 200B. Mikoyan MiG-AT.

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