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Volume 2: Aircraft Engine; Marine; Microturbines and Small Turbomachinery
In June 1988, the most recent growth derivative of the successful T700 family of turboshaft/turboprop engines, the CT7-6, received its FAA type certificate. The CT7-6 is the latest model in the extensive T700/CT7 family of engines. Its design and certification program were the result of the growth derivative approach to meeting the customers' demand for more power. This approach has been successfully used by GE Aircraft Engines to grow the T700/CT7 family to meet the needs of a wide variety ofdoi:10.1115/90-gt-241 fatcat:zyc57pvjyrathoxjipjcnfljge