Pratt & Whitney's PW2000 engine covers the mid-thrust range from 37,000 pounds to 43,000 pounds.

The PW2000 powers all models of the twin-engine Boeing 757, and is the exclusive power as the F117 for the four-engine C-17 Globemaster III military transport. The PW2040 model also power’s the U.S. Air Force’s C-32A, the military version of the 757.

The PW2000 engine entered revenue service in 1984 as the first commercial engine with FADEC (Full-Authority Digital Electronic Control) technology. Pratt & Whitney introduced an improved version of the PW2000, the Reduced Temperature Configuration (RTC) in 1994. This enhanced model offers improved reliability and durability for long on-wing times and reduced total maintenance cost, along with excellent environmental performance.

The PW2000 is approved for 180-minute Extended-range Twin-engine Operations (ETOPS) and meets all current and proposed noise and missions regulations worldwide.

Resources

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Engine Cutaway

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AIRPLANES POWERED

PW2000

Boeing 757

ENGINE MODELS

PW2000

PW2037

PW2000

PW2040

PW2000

PW2043

SPECS

Fan Tip Diameter

78.5 In

Length, Flange To Flange

141.4 In

Takeoff Thrust

37,250–43,000 Lb

Flat Rated Temperature

87°F

Bypass Ratio

6.0

Overall Pressure Ratio

27.6–31.2

Fan Pressure Ratio

1.74

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