Rolls-Royce BR710

Monday, October 11, 2010

The Rolls-Royce BR710 was an axial-flow turbofan engine manufactured by Rolls Royce Deutschland. The BR710 ran for the first time in September 1994. It was composed of a 48in-diameter single stage fan, which was driven by a two-stage low pressure turbine, supercharging a ten-stage high pressure compressor and driven by a two-stage, air-cooled, high prussure turbine.

The BR710 was a twin shaft turbofan, entered service on the Gulfstream V aircraft in 1997 and the Bombardier Global Express in 1998. This version has also been selected to power the Gulfstream G550.

Specifications

Fan Diameter: 48.0 inches
Overall Length: 134.0 inches
Dry Weight: 4,640 lb
Thrust: 14,750-15,500 lb