This engine was used at San Jose state in their Areospace engineering department. This is a really cool piece in really good condition and mounted to a rolling and rotate-able test stand. item is in CA and I can help deliver to most of CA or will load up and ship if needed.
its great early example of the jet fighter age
will entertain offers
Type: Axial flow turbojet
Length: 104.5 in (2,654.3 mm)
Diameter: 19 in (482.6 mm)
Dry weight: 809 lb (367.0 kg)
Compressor: 6-stage axial
Combustors: Annular stainless steel
Turbine: Single-stage axial
Fuel type: 100/130 gasoline
Oil system: pressure spray at 40 psi (275.8 kPa) dry sump, 60 S.U. secs (10.2 cs) (AN-0-6A) grade oil
Maximum thrust: 1,400 lbf (6.23 kN) at 18,000 rpm at sea level
Overall pressure ratio: 3:1
Turbine inlet temperature: 1,500 °F (816 °C)
Specific fuel consumption: 1.28 lb/lbf/hr (130.48 kg/kN/hr)
Thrust-to-weight ratio: 1.724 lbf/lb (0.0169 kN/kg)
Normal thrust, static: 1,170 lbf (5.20 kN) at 17,000 rpm at sea level
Military thrust, flight: 525 lbf (2.34 kN) at 18,000 rpm at altitude
Normal thrust, flight: 465 lbf (2.07 kN) at 17,000 rpm at altitudeWest-J30
Westinghouse submitted to the Navy a proposal for improving the performance and decreasing the weight of the 19B. This reconfigured engine was designated 19XB. The 1,600 lb thrust of the 19XB was achieved primarily by adding 4 additionnal axial-flow compressor stages.
The 19XB was used in the Gruman WTB3F-1, Douglas XB-42A (as auxiliary engines) and the Northrop X-4. The primary application for the 19XB engine was the McDonnell FH-1 Phantom.
A total of 261 19XB engines were made.
Inside/Rear view of 19XB2B Inlet
specific model: J30-P-20
Engine Spec Number: WAGT-19XB2B-102D
(Courtesy Doug Colosio)
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