TP400-D6

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  • Power range in excess of 11,000 shp

  • Low risk design and life cycle cost

  • Low susceptibility to FOD and erosion

  • Ample growth potential

The TP400-D6 is a collaborative engine between Rolls-Royce, MTU, Snecma and ITP. The engine was designed to fulfil the European Staff Requirements (ESR) for the A400M military transport, an aircraft used for peacekeeping missions abroad.

Within the collaboration, Rolls-Royce areas of responsibility include overall engine performance, Air & Oil systems, Intermediate casing, 6-stage High Pressure Compressor and the Low Pressure shaft.

Rolls-Royce is contracted to development and production of more than 750 engines for the A400M fleets of Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Spain, Turkey, Belgium and Luxembourg, and the production of additional engines for potential export customers.

The TP400-D6 is a 3-shaft counter rotating turboprop engine delivering more than 11,600 shp. The engine features a 5-stage all blisk Intermediate Compressor (IC), an ultra-low weight 6-stage High Pressure Compressor (HPC), an advanced combustor design, a single-stage High Pressure Turbine (HPT), single-stage Intermediate Pressure Turbine (IPT) and a 3-stage Low Pressure Turbine (LPT). The engine is designed to operate in the harshest environments.

Specification

TP400-D6

Power (shp)

11,000+

Bypass ratio

0.8

Pressure ratio

25

Length (in)

137.8

Diameter (in)

36.4

Basic weight (lb)

4,026

Compressor

5IP, 6HP

Turbine

1HP, 1IP, 3LP

Applications

Airbus Military A400M


*Technical data (ISA SLS)