General Electric T64

General Electric T64

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The General Electric T64 is a free-turbine turboshaft engine that was developed for use on helicopters. GE introduced the engine in 1964. The original engine design included technical innovations such as corrosion resistant and high-temperature coatings. The engine features a high pressure ratio, yielding low specific fuel consumption.

Later versions of the engine produce from 3,925 to 4,750 shp (2,927 to 3,542 kW).

The engine is also used in several turboprop fixed-wing applications.

Versions

Helicopter versions:

  • T64-GE-1 - 3,080 shp (2,300 kW)
  • T64-GE-6 - 2,850 shp (2,125 kW)
  • T64-GE-7 - 3,925 shp (2,930 kW)
  • T64-GE-16 - 3,485 shp (2,600 kW)
  • T64-GE-412 - 3,695 shp (2,755 kW)
  • T64-GE-413 - 3,925 shp (2,930 kW)
  • T64-GE-415 - 4,380 shp (3,265 kW)
  • T64-GE-416 - 4,380 shp (3,266 kW)
  • T64-GE-419 - 4,750 shp (3,543 kW)
  • T64-GE-423 - 3,925 shp (2,927 kW)


Turboprop versions:

  • T64-GE-10 - 2,970 shp (2,214 kW)
  • CT64-820-1 - 2,850 shp (2,125 kW)
  • CT64-820-3/-4 - 3130 shp (2,400 kW)
  • T64/P4D - 3400 shp (2,600 kW)


Sources: Vectorsite,

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