High efficiency, low noise
Since the AE 3007 achieved FAA/EASA certification in 1995 for Embraer ERJ, over 3,200 engines have been delivered across all applications and has accumulated more than 60 million flight hours.
The AE 3007 turbofan core is derived from the AE 1107 engine and is in the 8,000lb thrust class.
The AE 3007 powers the Embraer ERJ 145/140/135 twin-turbofan regional jets. The AE 3007 family also powers the Cessna Citation X, the Embraer Legacy jet and the Northrop Grumman GlobalHawk / Triton.
Wide-chord single-stage direct-drive fan.
14-stage axial-flow compressor with inlet guide vanes (IGVs) and five variable-geometry-stator stages.
Full annular type combustion liner with 16 fuel nozzles and two high tension igniters.
Two-stage HP turbine driving the HP compressor.
Three-stage LP turbine to drive the fan.
Dual aircraft mounted, fully-redundant FADECs.
Accessory-drive gearbox for engine-driven accessories and air system for aircraft pressurisation, engine starting, and crossbleed starts.
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