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GE Honda HF120

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HF118
GE Honda HF120 200811.jpg
Type Turbofan
National origin Japan/United States
Manufacturer GE Honda Aero Engines
First run 2009[1]
Major applications Honda HA-420 HondaJet

The GE Honda HF120 is a small turbofan for the light business jet market, the first engine to be produced by GE Honda Aero Engines.

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Development

An HF120 engine mounted above the wing of a Honda HA-420 HondaJet
An HF120 engine mounted above the wing of a Honda HA-420 HondaJet

Succeeding Honda's original HF118 prototype, the HF120 was undergoing testing in July 2008, with certification targeted for late 2009.[2] The first engines were produced at GE's factory, but in November 2014 production shifted to Burlington, North Carolina.[3] The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) awarded Part 33 certification to the HF120 turbofan engine in December 2013, and production certification in 2015.[4]

Design

The engine has a wide-chord swept fan, two-stage low-pressure compressor and counter rotating high-pressure compressor based on a titanium impeller, for a 2,050 lbf (9.1 kN) takeoff thrust.[5] The HF120 engine's components interact with greater efficiency by incorporating 3D aerodynamic design and its effusion-cooled combustor design emits few NOx, CO and HC. Noise levels are quieter than Stage 4 requirements.[6]

In May 2016 time between overhaul was 2,500 h and should mature to 5,000 h ; a midlife hot-section inspection isn't required and it should remain on wing 40% longer than other engines and have lower operating costs : Honda maintenance plan should run at $139 per engine per hour.[7]

Applications

The engine was announced as a retrofit to the Cessna CitationJet CJ1 by Sierra Industries,[8] in partnership with GE Honda, besides the Hondajet.[9]

Specifications

Data from Honda[10]

General characteristics

  • Type: Turbofan engine
  • Length: 59.5 in (151 cm) (end-to-end)
  • Diameter: 25.8 in (66 cm)
  • Dry weight: 211.3 kg (466 lb) with basic accessories and optional equipment[11]

Components

Performance

See also

Related lists

References

  1. ^ "GE Honda's HF120 Engine Completes First Run Test" (Press release). GE Aviation. October 19, 2009.
  2. ^ "Engine Prototyping prepares GE Honda Aero Engines for certification tests" (Press release). GE Aviation Press Release. July 28, 2008.
  3. ^ Curt Epstein (12 November 2014). "GE Honda Transitions HF120 Production to N. Carolina". Aviation International News.
  4. ^ Chad Trautvetter (18 March 2015). "GE Honda Wins FAA Production Certificate for HF120 Engine". Aviation International News.
  5. ^ "GE Honda Aero Engines". Flight International. Archived from the original on August 11, 2011.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)
  6. ^ "HF120 Engine". GE Honda Aero Engines.
  7. ^ Fred George (May 26, 2016). "GE Honda HF120-H1A Turbofans". Business & Commercial Aviation. Aviation Week.
  8. ^ Chad Trautvetter (18 September 2014). "Sierra Selects GE Honda HF120 for Sapphire CitationJet Upgrade Program". Aviation International News.
  9. ^ Dan Parsons (20 October 2014), "GE Honda launches Cessna jet engine retrofit programme", Flightglobal
  10. ^ "HF120 Turbofan Engine". Honda Worldwide. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  11. ^ "TCDS No.: IM.E.054" (PDF). EASA. 20 April 2016.

External links

Official website

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