Questions tagged [turboprop]

A turboprop engine is a type of turbine engine which drives an aircraft propeller to produce thrust (as opposed to a jet engine, where the turbine exhaust provides thrust directly).

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What could cause an engine shutdown on a Q400 with CDS codes 732, 907, 915 and 938?

A Bombardier Q400 displays error code 938 on the Central Diagnostics System(CDS), which is attributed to turbomachinery chip detector. An examination shows debris in the detector hitch which is ...
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Why use turbofan engines for high altitude flight?

I noticed that a lot of high altitude aircraft have turbofans for engines. So I researched and figured out that turboprop engines are more efficient. But most high altitude aircraft like the Global ...
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Make a 3 engine turboprop electric or steam hybrid aircraft?

Was thinking about this, have a 2 engine regular turboprop with a third electric engine for extra performance (imagine a DC3 like the Conroy Tri-Turbo-Three). The 3rd electric engine would be run from ...
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What are examples of power-available and thrust-available curves for piston and turboprop engines, with constant-speed propellers in each case?

Considering the actual thrust or power delivered by the prop to the airframe, what are examples of power-available and thrust-available curves for piston and turboprop engines, with constant-speed ...