Teledyne CAE J69

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J69 / J100
Teledyne-Continental J69.jpg
Teledyne-Continental J69 turbojet at the Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins, Georgia
Type Turbojet
National origin France/United States
Manufacturer Continental Aviation and Engineering / Teledyne CAE
Major applications BQM-34 Firebee
T-37 Tweet
Ryan Model 147
Developed from Turbomeca Marboré

The Teledyne CAE J69 was a small turbojet engine originally produced by Continental Aviation and Engineering (CAE) under license from Turbomeca. The J69 was a development of the Turbomeca Marboré II. It powered a number of U.S. drones, missiles and small aircraft. The engine was later produced by Teledyne CAE. The J69 was also developed into the Teledyne CAE J100 turbojet optimized for operation at higher altitudes.

Variants[edit]

J69
[1]
J69-T-6
J69-T-9
J69-T-19B
J69-T-25
J69-T-27
J69-T-29
J69-T-31
J69-T-33
J69-T-39
J69-T-41
J69-T-41A
J100-CA-100
2,800 lbf (12 kN) thrust
CJ69-1025
1,025 lbf (4.56 kN)
CJ69-1400
1,400 lbf (6.2 kN) lb thrust
Model 352-5a
(CJ69-T-1025) 1,025 lbf (4.56 kN) thrust
Model 354-12
(J69-T-27) 1,150 lbf (5.1 kN) thrust
Model 356-7A
(J69-T-29) 1,705 lbf (7.58 kN) thrust
Model 356-7D
(J69-T-29) 1,700 lbf (7.6 kN) thrust
Model 356-8
(J69-T-31) 1,025 lbf (4.56 kN) thrust
Model 356-11
(J69-T-33) 1,025 lbf (4.56 kN) thrust
Model 356-16
Model 356-24
Model 356-27B
Model 356-29A
(J69-T-41A)

Applications[edit]

The J69 of a TT-1 Pinto
J69
J100

Specifications (Marboré IIC)[edit]

Data from FAA Type Certificate Data Sheet[2]

General characteristics

  • Type: Turbojet
  • Length: 61.7 in (156.7 cm)
  • Diameter: 24.9 in (63.2 cm)
  • Dry weight: 358 lb (162.4 kg)

Components

  • Compressor: Single stage centrifugal
  • Combustors: Single annular combustion chamber
  • Turbine: Single stage

Performance

See also[edit]

Related development

Related lists

References[edit]

  1. ^ Flying Magazine: 27. August 1961.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ FAA Type Certificate Data Sheet Retrieved: 2 November 2008
  • Gunston, Bill (2006). World Encyclopedia of Aero Engines, 5th Edition. Phoenix Mill, Gloucestershire, England, UK: Sutton Publishing Limited. p. 79. ISBN 0-7509-4479-X. 
  • Leyes II, Richard A.; William A. Fleming (1999). The History of North American Small Gas Turbine Aircraft Engines. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution. ISBN 1-56347-332-1. 

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