aircraft diesel engines

DieselJet

Dieseljet aircraft engines

NOON. 21ST CENTURY (1221) in agreement with DieselJet:

- supplies engines in the configuration specified in the technical specification;
- provides engineering support related to the installation of the engine on the aircraft, including personnel training, preparation of testing procedures for engine bench testing at the Customer, on-site support for test bench development and manufacturing, and bench testing, and specific calibrations;
- develops and delivers the whole propulsion system (including the mounting system, low-pressure fuel system, power generation system, air intake system, cowls, firewalls, etc.);
- supports organization of local production.
For information on DieselJet engines, including technical specifications, please download the PDF file by clicking on the 'DOWNLOAD' button.

Dieseljet product line


Gasoline Engine GA 1.4 8V 80 kw (108,77 CV)

Gasoline Engine GA 1.4T 16V 133 kw (180,83 CV)

Diesel engine TDA CR 1.9 8V 121 kw (164,5 CV)

Diesel engine TDA CR 2.0 16V 160 kw (217,5 CV)

Diesel engine TDA CR V6 3.0 24V 240 kw (326,3 CV)

Electronic Control (FADEC) approved by EASA

Gasoline Engine GA 1.4 8V

GA 1.4 8V is based on the FIAT FIRE 1.4 8V automobile engine, modified in order to obtain adequate power capacity at height for aviation application.

used for light-sport aircraft
Can be used for UAVs
multi-point electronic fuel injection controlled by ECU
mechanical reducer gearbox (1:2,54) with flexible joint
pressure lubrication and liquid cooling system
installed as a fixed-pitch propeller

Gasoline Engine GA 1.4T 16V

GA 1.4T 16V is based on the FIAT FIRE Abarth T-Jet.

can be used for light-sport aircraft, helicopters and UAVs
multi-point electronic fuel injection controlled by FADEC
mechanical gear reducer (1:2,29)
turbocharger for altitude up to 8000 meters while maintaining power 81 kw (110 cv)
installed as a fixed-pitch propeller and variable-pitch propeller with electric control

Diesel engine TDA CR 1.9 8V

TDA CR 1.9 8V is based on the FIAT 1.9 JTD / MultiJet / CDTI. It was the first engine with Common Rail fuel injection system.
TDA CR 1.9 8V is installed on IAI
Heron UAV (Israel) and Sky-Y UAV (Leonardo-Finmeccanica, Italy).

can be used for light-sport aircraft, helicopters and UAVs
engine certified by EASA for aviation in 2010 ( EASA.E.079 type certificate )
mechanical gear reducer
Common Rail fuel injection system (1600 bar) controlled by FADEC
installed as a fixed-pitch propeller and variable-pitch propeller with electric control

Diesel engine TDA CR 2.0 16V

TDA CR 2.0 16V is based on the FIAT JTD / 2.0 MultiJet / CDTI.
TDA CR 2.0 16V is installed on IAI Super Heron HF UAV (Israel) andImproved Grey Eagle UAV (General Atomics, USA).
Altitude up to 35,000 feet (10,668 meters).

can be used for light-sport aircraft, helicopters, UAVs and motor yachts
engine certified by EASA for aviation in 2016 ( EASA.E.079 type certificate )
mechanical gear reducer
Common Rail fuel injection system (1600 bar) controlled by FADEC
installed as a fixed-pitch propeller and variable-pitch propeller with electric control

Diesel engine TDA CR V6 3.0 24V

TDA CR V6 3.0 24V is based on the VM V6 3L Diesel (A630) FIAT.
Optionally with
ARINC 429 bus interface and CAN Aerospace.

can be used for light-sport aircraft, helicopters, UAVs and motor yachts
two turbochargers for altitude up to 35000 feet ( 10668 meters)
Installation of three turbochargers for two-stage charging in the future
mechanical gear reducer
Common Rail fuel injection system (1800 bar) controlled by FADEC-NG
aluminium crankcase

FADEC ( fully redundant Electronic Control )

FADEC (Full Authority Digital Engine Control) is a digital control system for diesel or gasoline engine management. It is connected to the cockpit instruments and controls. FADEC can also be connected with an aircraft flight control system.

FADEC is based on a "hot standby redundancy" architecture concept, including two identical channels (LANE), redundant power supplies and BACK-Up Logic (BUL). This means that each channel (named LANE) has its own microprocessor with relevant hardware and software capable of independently controlling the engine; it includes diagnostic tools that monitor each LANE state and, if required, correct the operation / use of the engine.

Using internal communication tools and software, each LANE exchanges its own engine operation parameters with another LANE in order to detect faults, isolate them, and perform real-time troubleshooting.
BUL controls LANE operation by monitoring runtime, "health" and correct availability of each FADEC section using special hardware signals. The task is to keep only one LANE responsible for engine control and to maintain the engine running in optimal and safe conditions.