Teledyne CAE F408-CA-400 (Model 382-10)
F408 was developed for such UAVs as the Ryan BQM-145A Peregrine, aerial targets, standoff and cruise missiles in the 4.45 kN (1,000 lb) thrust class. Teledyne Continental Model number was 382-10.
F408 had been also used on the Eclipse 500 prototype.
Development began in 1985.
Its classification was "Bypass turbojet" with a ratio about 0.25.
The engine had a fan stage followed by a mixed-flow compressor, slinger type combustor, and a single-stage turbine. The compressor and fan design drew on CAE's earlier advanced technology work, while the turbine was similar to that used in Model 373-8B. A major purpose of the bypass feature was to cool the engine skin, which greatly simplified missile engine installation.
The engine first run in 1989.
Source : The history of North American small gas turbine aircraft engine. Richard A. Leyes II and William A. Fleming
F408 Technical data
|Diameter||335 mm||13,2 in.|
|Lenth||815 mm||32.1 in.|
|Frantal area||0,42 m²||4,52 sq ft|
|Not equipped||65,8 kg||143.30 lb|
|Max RPM||42 000 t/mn||42,000 rpm|
|Thrust at max||453 kg||4444 N|
|Thrust at idle|
|Pressure ratio at max|
|Max flow||7,36 kg/s||16.22 lb/sec|
|Max continue EGT||1039 deg.C||def.F|
|Specific fuel consumption||0.099 Kg/N-hr|