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1- Fan cases: This area of the engine is where the air at atmospheric pressure first starts its journey through the jet engine with ever increasing velocity and pressure. Fan cases are usually made from Titanium (Ti 6-4 and Ti 6-4-2) in diameters up to 3.5 meters.
2- Compressor: The compressor area of a turbine often has multi stages and its outer casing is usually made from Nickel based alloys (Inconel 718 & 625) to withstand extreme rotational stresses.
3- Combustion: The combustion chamber is the hottest area of the engine, as such combustion chamber outer cases require to be forged from high temperature Nickel based Superalloys (C263 and Nimonic 80).
4- Turbine: The turbine section is the driving force in and engine as the energy it produces drive shafts that turn the fan and compressor. The materials used in this hot high pressure environment are Nickel based Superalloys (C263, Nimonic 80, along with Waspaloy).
5-Transmissions and Exhaust: The elements of a turbine that transmit the power from turbines to compressors, fans, propellers and aircraft accessories is via shafts and gearboxes in materials like Inconel 718 and Stainless Steels.
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