Up to 5% more push is available in the Automatic Thrust Reserve mode for one-engine inoperative takeoffs. It is a conventional two-shaft, small engine with an N2 section having a single centrifugal flow compressor powered by a single-stage high-pressure turbine. The N1 section features a wide-chord blade, damper-less fan, three axial-flow low- and intermediate-pressure compressor stages powered by a two-stage low-pressure turbine section. Two design features make the engines stand apart ...

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