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|V2528-D5 mounted on the MD-90-30 flight test aircraft at the Mojave Airport|
|Manufacturer||International Aero Engines|
|Major applications||Airbus A320 family
McDonnell Douglas MD-90
|Number built||6,200 by 2015|
Rolls-Royce based the HP compressor on a scale-up of the RC34B eight stage research unit used in the RB401-06 Demonstrator Engine, but with a zero-stage added at the front and a tenth stage added to the rear. Pratt & Whitney developed the combustor and the 2-stage air-cooled HP turbine, while the Japanese Aero Engine Corporation provided the LP compression system. MTU were responsible for the 5-stage LP turbine.
To enter service with Adria Airways.
A fourth booster stage was introduced into the engine basic configuration to increase core flow. This, together with a fan diameter/airflow increase, helped to increase the thrust to 33,000 lbf (147 kN) thrust, to meet the requirements of the larger Airbus A321-200. The vast majority of V2500s are A5. The maintenance, repair, and operations market for V2500 is close to US$3 billion as of 2015.
A number of derated, Stage 4 noise compliant engines have been produced from the -A5 configuration, including:
- The 23,500 lbf (105 kN) thrust V2524-A5 for the Airbus A319
- The 27,000 lbf (120 kN) thrust V2527-A5 for the Airbus A320
- The 28,000 lbf (120 kN) thrust V2528-D5 for the McDonnell Douglas MD-90-30.
- The 33,000 lbf (150 kN) thrust V2533-A5 for the Airbus A321
- The 31,330 lbf (139.4 kN) thrust V2535-E5 for the Embraer KC-390
On October 10, 2005, IAE announced the launch of the V2500Select—later called V2500SelectOne—with a sale to IndiGo Airlines to power 100 A320 series aircraft. The V2500SelectOne is a combination performance improvement package and aftermarket agreement. In February 2009, Pratt & Whitney upgraded the first V2500-A5 to the SelectOne Retrofit standard; the engine was owned by US Airways and had been in use since 1998.
On March 15, 2011, IAE announced an upgrade option of V2500 SelectOne Engines to the SelectTwo Program. It offers 0.58% reduced fuel consumption due to a software-upgrade and a turbine blade coating called ErCoat, and is available since 2013 for the V2500-A5 variants.
|Type||Thrust (kN)||Thrust (lbf)||Bypass ratio||Compression ratio||Fan
|Total length (m)||Weight (kg)||Production start year||Aircraft type|
|V2525-D5||111.21||25,000||4.8:1||34.5:1||1.613||3.2||2,484||1995||McDonnell Douglas MD-90|
|V2527-A5||118.32||26,600||4.8:1||32.8:1||1.613||3.2||2,359||1993||Airbus A319-133, A320-232, A320-233|
|V2528-D5||124.55||28,000||4.7:1||35.2:1||1.613||3.2||2,484||1995||McDonnell Douglas MD-90|
|V2530-A5||140.55||31,600||4.6:1||36.2:1||1.613||3.2||2,359||1993||Airbus A321-131, A321-232|
- V2500 Engine Overhauls On The Rise As Fleet Matures Archive
- "IAE Statement on KC-390 Rollout". IAE International Aero Engines. Retrieved 20 December 2014.
- "IAE CELEBRATES DELIVERY OF 4,000TH V2500 TO TAM ON THE 4,000TH A320 FAMILY AIRCRAFT". International Aero Engines. Retrieved 2012-10-06.
-  Archived July 6, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
- International Aero Engines Launches SelectTwo™ Program | International Aero Engines
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