The Lynx engine is constructed around a single, fully in house CNC machined, radial compressor wheel and an axial flow turbine stage. The Lynx engine owns most of its excellent performance and power/weight ratio because of its revolutionary design diffuser stage similar to the Nike engine.
The Lynx engine is manufactured with an dual internal igniter system which allows a relaiable fully automatic start.
Starting method : Direct kerosene starting gasturbine.
A other feature used within the Lynx engine are the 2 internal EGT sensors, these 2 induvidual monitored EGT sensors (both a real Tt5) have both a small diameter of 1.5 mm, because of this small diameter there is a fast EGT response time possible. The result of this fast EGT response time is a short start up time of less than 45 seconds.
AMT Titan technical data
|Diameter||261,4 mm||10.3 in.|
|Length||700 mm||27.6 in.|
|Not equipped||21 450 g||47.20 lb|
|Equipped||25 650 g||56.55 lb|
|Max RPM||46 000 t/mn||46,000 rpm|
|Thrust at max RPM||>1569 N||>352.0 lb|
|Thrust at idle RPM||75 N||16.9 lb|
|Max Flow||2500 g/s||5.51 lbs/sec|
|Max continue EGT||850 deg.C||1562 def.F|
|Consumption||3400 gr/min||127 oz/min|
|Specific fuel consumption||38,24 gr(KN*sec)||1.35 lb(lb*hr)|
This engine will find its use in large UAV high speed target drone applications, experimental aircraft, universities, sound studies, full size gliders and many more applications.