Technical data F135-PW-100

All about the Pratt & Whitney F135 and the (cancelled) General Electric/Rolls-Royce F136
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Unread post16 Nov 2022, 14:21

Hi,
I am looking for technical data for the F135-PW-100 engine.
I need to know the engine thrust with afterburner, mass flow rate split ratio, mass flow rate, gas temperature at turbine inlet, maximum speed of high pressure compressor, specific fuel consumption, engine compression and fan compression.

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Unread post16 Nov 2022, 17:04

Good luck with that.

Here is the P&W F135 product card:
https://newsroom.prattwhitney.com/downl ... 5-CTOL.pdf

There are some reasonable guesses on the internet, including on this forum, Wikipedia, etc. Some are completely wrong. The figures you are asking for are either classified or withheld from the public for OpSec considerations
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Unread post16 Nov 2022, 22:59

Ah! Nice try West Taiwan, nice try.
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Unread post17 Nov 2022, 01:00

deltasierracharlie wrote:Ah! Nice try West Taiwan, nice try.


Maybe. But, IMHO and his defense, his Engrish -- grammar and spelling -- is too good. I suspect a college engineering student researching numbers for a class project / paper or something. But, then again... you may be correct.
Take an F-16, stir in A-7, dollop of F-117, gob of F-22, dash of F/A-18, sprinkle with AV-8B, stir well + bake. Whaddya get? F-35.
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Unread post17 Nov 2022, 04:19

steve2267 wrote:
deltasierracharlie wrote:Ah! Nice try West Taiwan, nice try.


Maybe. But, IMHO and his defense, his Engrish -- grammar and spelling -- is too good. I suspect a college engineering student researching numbers for a class project / paper or something. But, then again... you may be correct.


Yeah, I know and I agree with you. Most likely it's just research for some paper or some other college work.
I was [mostly] joking and messing with him a bit lol
I was/am not really expecting him to be some kind of chinese spy.
Besides, the chinese most likely already have all or most of the data and numbers he asked for, so... yeah
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Unread post17 Nov 2022, 22:22

I think it needs airflow of 307.8 lb/s?

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