Engines power more than just our cars, they also power aircraft, from the smallest helicopter to the largest planes. Here’s a list of the 12 most powerful aircraft engines in the world based on thrust, power, and total capacity. Engines power more than just our cars, they also power aircraft, from the smallest helicopter to the largest planes. Here's a list of the 12 most powerful engines in the world based on thrust, power, and total capacity.
CFM56-7 Series, with a thrust-to-weight ratio of 3.7:1, debuted in 1995. It has better fuel efficiency and reduced maintenance costs.
GE TF39, with a thrust-to-weight ratio of 5.4:1, was the first ever high-bypass turbofan jet engine produced. It also was the first turbofan that introduced 1 ½ stage fan blades with an 8:1 bypass ratio.
Progress D-18T, thrust-to-weight ratio of 5.7:1, is a high bypass turbofan aircraft engine originally specially designed to power heavy transport aircraft.
General Electric CF-6, thrust-to-weight ratio of 5.08:1, is one of GE's most powerful series of high bypass turbofan engines. It has a max thrust of 274 kN.
Rolls Royce Trent 700, thrust-to-weight ratio of 51.35 N/kg, is typically used on the Airbus A330. It is a more powerful and heavier engine with a max thrust of 316 kN.
General Electric GEnx, thrust-to-weight ratio of 5.15:1, is a high-performance bypass turbofan jet engine with radical composite fan technology.
Rolls Royce Trent 1000, thrust-to-weight ratio of 6.1:1, has a max thrust of 265.3-360.4 kN.
Engine Alliance GP7000, thrust-to-weight ratio of 5.197:1, powers the world's largest passenger airliner, the Airbus A380.
Rolls Royce Trent 900, thrust-to-weight ratio of 5.46:1, has a max thrust of 374 kN and is the first of the Trent series with an advanced engine health monitoring system.
Rolls Royce Trent XWB, thrust-to-weight ratio of 5.25:1, is used on the Airbus A350 XWB with a max thrust of 430 kN.
Pratt and Whitney PW4000, thrust-to-weight ratio of 6-7:1, is one of the most powerful of Pratt & Whitney's engines.
General Electric GE90, thrust-to-weight ratio of 5.59:1, is based on NASA's own high energy efficient experimental profane. It has a world record-breaking thrust between 330-513 kN.
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