I am looking for hires (1:1) technical drawings of jet engines. Does anyone know a source where I can purchase such drawings?
While the manufacturer/type is not as important, it would be important that the drawing has great detail so as to study details of the construction. I had access to such a drawing of a BR 715 engine, but sadly where not allowed to make a copy. I am aware that such detailed drawings must contain some intellectual property but possibly they are needed also for maintainance?
Maybe someone can help ...
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I guess that your wishes will remain such...
Normally manufacturing drawings are not released outside. Maybe you could find some of old out of production engine (maybe of RR Tay or older ).
I have nevers seen such drawings in Engine Maintenance Manuals neither, there you find only descriptive drawing for maintaining the engine (not manufacturing parts of it).
Such drawings are part of those informations that the manufacturer
doesn't release not even to customers of those millions dollar
If you try to ask to GE wich is the temperature in the combustion chamber of the GE90-115B, I'm pretty sure you will get the answer "sorry that's classified", even if you can find a value in the training manual of the engine...
... that's what we call "part of the game" isn't it!?
So then this no good news. Anyway, thanks for the answer.
I was of course not thinking of a "how to build" kit, but of a 1:1 half or full sectional drawing, where one can figure out some details of the construction such as the bearing compartments, seals and so on. Meanwhile I managed to get such a drawing of a Larzac engine, but i'd like to have some more ...