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Lycoming's LTS 101 Engine Design
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published February 01, 1974 by SAE International in United States
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This paper shows how the LTS 101 engine-the product of an extensive design and development program-resulted in a powerplant in the 600 shp class. It also gives all the low-cost features contributing to this competitive class.
Although the LTS 101 engine was originally designed and considered for helicopter applications, its primary objective was for a low-cost industrial engine that would also comply with aircraft standards. Through the integration of low-cost design concepts, a core engine design which offers remarkable installation flexibility has been created.
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CitationMoore, J. and Pease, E., "Lycoming's LTS 101 Engine Design," SAE Technical Paper 740165, 1974, https://doi.org/10.4271/740165.
- Bentele M. Laborde J. “Evolution of Small Turboshaft Engines.” SAE Transactions 81 1972 paper 720830
- Myers A. Pease E. “Lycoming's LTS 101-Low Cost Turbine Power in the 600 shp Class.” Paper 730911 presented at SAE National Aerospace Engineering and Manufacturing Meeting Los Angeles October 1973