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Williams WR19/F107

The Engine Specifications
 
Williams WR19 was the world's smallest turbofan engine at the time of its first running in 1967.  This engine first flew on the Bell Jet Flying Belt on 7 April 1969.

The improved F107 is used to power cruise missiles and drones.

Turbofan
Fan: 2-stage axial
Compressor: 2-stage axial low pressure, 1-stage centrifugal high pressure
Turbine: 1-stage high pressure, 2-stage low pressure
 
Models Used by
 
WR-19: 430 lb (1.9 kN) thrust
F107: 600 lb (2.7 kN) thrust
Boeing AGM-86 ALCM
Williams X-Jet
 
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page updated 04 September 2008

 

 

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