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Aircraft Engine Tf-33-p-7 Parts 2,583 part numbers

Part Number
NSN
NIIN
001-236090 Fluid Filter Element
002173588
00213-1011 Tapered Roller Bearing Cup
001000542
0024432957 O-ring
002526056
004-003005-041 Lock Washer
009265877
00524K O-ring
002500236
00594C O-ring
002519369
0097845 Electrical Insulation Sleeving
009909911
0097845-FH00 Electrical Insulation Sleeving
009909911
01-236090 Fluid Filter Element
002173588
0106937 Inter Reel Assembly
014370396
0106937-1 Inter Reel Assembly
014370396
0109-0250 Time Totalizing Meter
000898842
0120-002-601 Plug Connector Electrical
006860447
014-0552-000 Insulation Tape Electrical
008127387
014-0816-000 Insulation Tape Electrical
008127387
014761 Pin-rivet Collar
000764071
014761-1 Pin-rivet Collar
006313429
014761-501 Pin-rivet Collar
000764071
015-11647 O-ring
007651948
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Pratt & Whitney JT3D

The Pratt & Whitney JT3D is an early turbofan aircraft engine derived from the Pratt & Whitney JT3C turbojet. It was first run in 1958 and was first flown in 1959 under a B-45 Tornado test aircraft. Over 8,000 JT3Ds were produced between 1959 and 1985. Most JT3D engines still in service today are used on military aircraft, where the engine is referred to by its USAF designation of TF33.

Aware of the competition from the Rolls-Royce Conway turbofan, Pratt&Whitney decided to develop the JT3D turbofan from the JT3C turbojet for later deliveries of the Boeing 707 and the Douglas DC-8, then nearing entry into service. A 2-stage fan replaced the first 3 stages of the 9-stage JT3C LP compressor. On the LP turbine, the second stage was enlarged and a third stage added.

Unlike GE with the CJ805-23, Pratt & Whitney had not undertaken any transonic fan research prior to designing the JT3D, so they were unable to incorporate a single stage unit into the specification. Instead P&W designed a 2-stage unit based on some research they had done to support the J91 nuclear turbojet.