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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Turboprop vs Turbofan: How to compare Specific Fuel Consumption

I understand that Turboprop engines have a lower Specific Fuel Consumption (SFC) than Turbofan engines, on average. I want to see this for myself by analysis, ideally by comparing values of SFC for ...
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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 ...
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Why Turboprop engines are better than turbojet at low altitude and speed? [duplicate]

Please explain the Aerodynamic or engine considerations which makes turboprop more efficient at low altitude n low speed as compared to turbo jet.
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How to compare turboprop engines and with which values?

I have found this website that lists a lot of turboprop engines. I would like to compare them with as few values as possible. As an example, there are tons of different values that describe a jet ...
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Twin otter engine starting procedure [duplicate]

Could you please give me the steps or procedure to start the a/c twin otter gas turbine engine?
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Why are 4 engine civilian turboprops not produced anymore [duplicate]

As per subject why are 4 engine turboprops not produced anymore for civilian flights if turboprops are so efficient? How comes the military still use them (see Airbus A400 and C130) It would be ...
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Why don't airliners have turboprop engines instead of jet engines? [duplicate]

I know the q400 is one of few airliners that has a turboprop engines. I know that some military airplanes use turboprop engines so why don't many airliners use them?
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Where should I find a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6 operator's manual?

I'm studying the PT6 in detail but the infos I get around the web are sometimes lacking in depth of informations. I'm pretty much interested in the power curve vs RPM of this engine. Where should I be ...

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