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IAE 2500 rolls royce

9,654 Artinmk  3 months ago
4,001 downloads

This is my first engine. I hope you enjoy this Rolls-Royce

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Thanks to my good friend @augusta for helping me build this engine

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General Characteristics

  • Successors 4 airplane(s) +70 bonus
  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 16.4ft (5.0m)
  • Length 42.9ft (13.1m)
  • Height 34.7ft (10.6m)
  • Empty Weight 18,276lbs (8,290kg)
  • Loaded Weight 18,276lbs (8,290kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 46.11
  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.026
  • Wing Loading 439,839.3lbs/ft2 (2,147,483.6kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 0.0ft2 (0.0m2)
  • Drag Points 12854

Parts

  • Number of Parts 338
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    By the way we're are from ?

    8 days ago
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    28.9k Augusta81

    @RainbowBoy na

    one month ago
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    9,654 Artinmk

    @Augusta اخه یه چنتا عکس خوب پیدا کردم ازش . خیلی خوب میشه ساختش

    one month ago
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    9,654 Artinmk

    @Augusta اقا سینا سلام . خوبید؟
    می خوام موتور pw600 رو بسازم . فکنم موتور همون رولز رویسه که ساختم. بدای فوکر ۱۰۰ یعنی

    one month ago
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    9,654 Artinmk

    @JuanNotAnAlt I want to build a 600 pw engine

    +1 one month ago
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    7,884 JuanNotAnAlt

    @RainbowBoy so what are you upto? Hold my beer.

    +1 one month ago
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    9,654 Artinmk

    @JuanNotAnAlt hi man

    +1 one month ago
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    7,884 JuanNotAnAlt

    Sup

    +1 one month ago
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    28.9k Augusta81

    @klm747klm747 oh i think it's time to run

    +3 3 months ago
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    15.7k klm747klm747

    @Augusta Nope. 500 and -600 both use the trent 500s. A342 and 43 both use CFMs only.

    Here's the wiki link.

    3 months ago
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    15.7k klm747klm747

    @Augusta A340 200 and 300 never had IAE V2500s. They used CFM56s.

    3 months ago
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    9,654 Artinmk

    @Wallaby Hello . thank you I will load a new engine in the next few hours

    3 months ago
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    100k Wallaby

    @Alfredali1382 No problem. Some things I like about this are the building techniques you used, and the engine interior, very cool. Hopefully we see more cool stuff from you.

    +1 3 months ago
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    9,654 Artinmk

    @klm747klm747 thx

    3 months ago
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    9,654 Artinmk

    @Wallaby Thank you for taking the time to make this useful comment. Thank you very much

    3 months ago
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    9,654 Artinmk

    @Wallaby It was a constructive criticism. This is my first engine. I will have a better experience in the future.

    3 months ago
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    9,654 Artinmk

    @Wallaby hi

    3 months ago
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    100k Wallaby

    First off, great looking engine, and nice job making this.

    Secondly, I hope you can take constructive criticism because I'm unfortunately about to be that guy. I just wanted to point out some major inaccuracies I noticed.


    First of all is the engines name. Contrary to what it might look like, this engine has no relation to the Rolls Royce RB211, and in fact wasn't built by Rolls Royce (Although they did play a role). The engine was built by, as the title suggests, IAE (International Aero Engines), a collaboration between Pratt & Whitney, Rolls Royce, MTU Aero Engines, and Japanese Aero Engines.
    That's probably the easiest of these issues to fix.

    Next problem I saw is the engines reverse thrust system. I can see how it can be confused with the Airbus A320s CFM56-5B with its bucket-type reversers, but the IAE instead uses the nowadays more common sleeve system, with the back half of the engine nacelle sliding backwards to allow air to redirect forward out of the engine.

    Along with this, the engines shape is wrong. While you did get the main form correct with the inlet that leads to a long nacelle that covers the exhaust nozzles and shrinks slightly at the end, you failed to slant the inlet like on the real engine. Along with this, the inlet itself is too small in relation with the rest of the engine. You also seem to have forgotten to add the exhaust cone at the back of the nacelle, making the engine appear too short, and allowing the engine exhaust to extend past the end of the engine nacelle. On top of this, you made an engine with a circular cross-section while the real engine is closer to a square (which seems to be a popular error when someone recreates the V2500 so don't start thinking you're alone in this).

    Last and definitely least, 8̶4̶2̶,̶7̶0̶6̶ ̶l̶b̶s̶ ̶o̶f̶ ̶t̶h̶r̶u̶s̶t̶

    +1 3 months ago
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    15.7k klm747klm747

    I really like it, but the V2500 100% does not have the "flower" style reverser doors.

    +2 3 months ago
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    9,654 Artinmk

    @Ian_Yashima thanks

    3 months ago
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    23.5k Ian_Yashima

    good job

    +1 3 months ago
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    7,884 JuanNotAnAlt

    @Alfredali1382 thank u.

    +1 3 months ago
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    9,654 Artinmk

    @JuanAlt np

    3 months ago
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    9,654 Artinmk

    @JuanAlt ok

    3 months ago
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    7,884 JuanNotAnAlt

    @Alfredali1382 uh, so u have seen it, actually it was an accidental upload.

    +1 3 months ago
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