Afterburning Turbofan Engine 3D Model

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Detailed 3d model of afterburning turbofan engine
The level of detail is suitable for the most extreme close-up renderings.
The geometry is clean, built mostly on quads (95%), with no N-gons
No interior parts
Polygons: 3,815,400
Vertices: 3,919,900
Textures: No
Materials: Yes
Rigged: No
Animated: No
Available Formats:
3ds Max Standard
3ds Max V-Ray

What is a Turbofan Jet Engine?

Also known as a fanjet, the turbofan is a very popular type of jet engine that pulls in the air by the use of a turbine driving the internal fans, hence the name of the engine.

A typical turbofan engine has a fan at the front to help pull in the air through a low pressure, then a high pressure compressor. The air is then sent into the combustion chamber where it is mixed with the jet fuel and ignited.

The mixture is then sent through another high pressure turbine, followed by a low pressure turbine where it produces the thrust out the back of the engine through the nozzle.

The turbofan generates more thrust than a standard jet engine with many commercial versions using the high bypass version while military aircraft tend to use the low bypass version in part because afterburners can be used on the low bypass versions which create even more speed.