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Old May 26th 04, 06:44 AM
Charles Talleyrand
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The Bombardier web page says that a V-220 engine (their next
generation offering for the 200 hp crowd will weigh 419 pounds (see http://www.vaircraftengines.com/en/t...Data_v-220.asp).
That's for the whole 'package', who's contents are listed at
http://www.vaircraftengines.com/en/thePackage.asp.



Is this much more than the standard Lycoming/Continental?

Also, the V-220 is supposed to get .42 lbs/hp-hour. How does
this compare to the standard aircraft engines?

-Much Thanks


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Old May 26th 04, 02:21 PM
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"Charles Talleyrand" wrote in message
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The Bombardier web page says that a V-220 engine (their next
generation offering for the 200 hp crowd will weigh 419 pounds (see

http://www.vaircraftengines.com/en/t...Data_v-220.asp).
That's for the whole 'package', who's contents are listed at
http://www.vaircraftengines.com/en/thePackage.asp.


TCM TSIO-520-NB, rated at 335 HP for takeoff, 412 lbs. dry, includes
turbocharger and exhaust.

Is this much more than the standard Lycoming/Continental?

Also, the V-220 is supposed to get .42 lbs/hp-hour. How does
this compare to the standard aircraft engines?


TCM TSIO-520-NB at 75% power/251 HP, 18.5 GPH/108 Lb/hr, = .43 lbs/hp-hour.


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Old May 26th 04, 03:33 PM
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On Wed, 26 May 2004 01:44:26 -0400, "Charles Talleyrand"
wrote:

The Bombardier web page says that a V-220 engine (their next
generation offering for the 200 hp crowd will weigh 419 pounds (see http://www.vaircraftengines.com/en/t...Data_v-220.asp).
That's for the whole 'package', who's contents are listed at
http://www.vaircraftengines.com/en/thePackage.asp.



Is this much more than the standard Lycoming/Continental?

Also, the V-220 is supposed to get .42 lbs/hp-hour. How does
this compare to the standard aircraft engines?

-Much Thanks


Lycoming claims .435 while burning 9.8 gallons/hour with a fixed pitch
prop while running the engine at 75% power. This is for a 180 hp
engine.

The Deltahawk diesel claims a BSFC of .38 while running at 75% power.

Some of the larger radial engines used to be able to reduce the BSFC
down to under .4 by extreme leaning.

Most auto engines, even the modern ones with computerized everything
still run at a BSFC of .50 or higher. That's on the street. Put that
same engine in an airplane and lean the mixture for max range and it's
likely the BSFC will be lower.

To get most of this information I used Google, and typed in "BSFC
Lycoming".

Corky Scott
 




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