Aircraft engines produced by the People's Republic of China.
Abbreviations
Piston engines
Designation 
Power Output 
Used by 
Remarks


HS5


Nanchang Y5 
A version of the Shvetsov ASh62, which itself was a modified version of the Wright R1820. Built by the Zhuzhou Aeroengine Factory (ZEF), which is now the South Motive Power and Machinery Complex (SMPMC).^{[1]} 

HS6


Nanchang CJ6, Harbin Y11 
Licensed copy of the Soviet Ivchenko AI14R engine. Built by the Zhuzhou Aeroengine Factory (ZEF). Chinese development resulted in many variants (6A, 6B, 6C, 6D, 6E, 6K).


HS7

1,268 kW (1,700 hp) 
Harbin Z5 
Licensed copy of the Soviet Shvetsov ASh82V engine, which originated in the Wright R1820. Built by Dongan Engine Manufacturing Company (aka Harbin Engine Factory).


HS8

1,380 kW (1,850 hp) 

A modified version of the Dongan HS7 which "combined the main body and supercharger of the HS7 with the reduction gear and propeller drive of the Shvetsov ASh82T". Built by Dongan Engine Manufacturing Company (aka Harbin Engine Factory).


Turboprop engines
Turboshaft engines
Designation 
Power Output 
Used by 
Remarks


WZ5


Harbin/CHDRI Z6 (cancelled) 
Turboshaft version of the WJ5, cancelled.


WZ6


Harbin Z8 
Licensebuilt copy of the Turbomeca Turmo.


WZ8


Harbin Z9, Harbin Z19 
Originally licensebuilt copies of the Turbomeca Arriel turboshaft, many modified variants of this engine were made.


WZ9

1,000 kW (1,300 shp) 
CAIC Z10 
New turboshaft engine for the Z10 helicopter.


WZ10

1,800 kW (2,400 shp) 
Harbin Z20 
Turboshaft engine. May power Z10.


WZ16

1,243 kW (1,667 shp) takeoff 1,137 kW (1,525 shp) continuous 
CAIC Z10, Avicopter AC352 
New turboshaft engine under development for the Z10 and Z15 helicopter based on Turbomeca Ardidan 3.


Turbojet engines
Designation 
Thrust 
Used by 
Remarks


PF1


Shenyang JJ1 (cancelled) 
A small turbojet engine based on the WP5, which was a copy of the Soviet Klimov VK1F.


WP5


Shenyang J5, Harbin H5 
A licensed copy of Soviet Klimov VK1 turbojet, which was derived from the RollsRoyce Nene engine. Built at the Shenyang Liming Aircraft Engine Company.


WP5D

26.5 kN 
Shenyang JJ5 trainer 
Produced by Xi'an (XAE)


WP6


Shenyang J6, Nanchang Q5 
Based on the Soviet Tumansky R9BF811 jet engine


WP6A

29.42/36.78 kN 
Shenyang J6 I, Nanchang Q5 
Improved WP6


WP6Z


Nanchang J12 (cancelled) 


WP7

43.15 kN 

Based on the Soviet Tumansky R11300 afterburning turbojet. Many upgrades and new variants have been developed from the basic engine.


WP8

93.2 kN 
Xian H6 
Based on the Mikulin AM3M500 turbojet.^{[2]} 

WP9


Shanghai Y10 (cancelled) 
Based on the Pratt & Whitney JT3C, cancelled


WP10





WP11


Beijing WZ5, HY4 antiship missile 
Small turbojet engine made by China National AeroEngine Corporation (CAREC). Similar to the Turboméca Marboré.


WP12





WP13

39.9/63.7 kN 
Chengdu J7 
A Chinese engine based on the Tumansky R13300 turbojet. Several variants were made.


WP13A

44.1/66.7 kN 



WP13AII

42.7/65.9 kN [1][2] 
Shenyang J8II 
Produced by Liming Aircraft Engine Company


WP13F

44.1/66.7 kN 
Chengdu J7, JL9 


WP14 Kunlun

~75 kN with afterburn 
Shenyang J8III 
Indigenous Chinese turbojet engine developed by Shenyang Aeroengine Research Institute.


WP14C Kunlun3


Chengdu J7, Shenyang J8T, Guizhou JL9 
Improved WP14


WP15


Shenyang J13 
turbojet 


Turbofan engines
Designation 
Thrust 
Used by 
Remarks


WS5

35 kN (7,900 lb_{f}) 
Harbin H5 (testbed) 
Cancelled; turbofan modification of WP6


WS6


Chengdu J9, Shenyang J13, Nanchang Q6 
Cancelled


WS6A



Cancelled


WS8

80 kN (18,000 lb_{f}) 
Shanghai Y10 (cancelled) 
Cancelled


WS9 Qinling

91.2 kN (20,500 lb_{f}) 
Xian JH7, JH7A 
Licensed version of RollsRoyce Spey RB.168 Mk 202


WS9A Qinling

97 kN (22,000 lb_{f}) 

Improved WS9; comparable to the French SNECMA M53P2


WS10A Taihang

120–140 kN (27,000–31,000 lb_{f}) 
Chengdu J10, Shenyang J11 
Indigenous Thrust/Weight: 7.5 replacement for Saturn AL31 and AL31F; possibly used to power new Chengdu J20 fighters


WS10G Taihang

155 kN (35,000 lb_{f}) 
Chengdu J20 
Modified Taihang with Thrust/Weight: 9, possibly used to power new J20 fighters ^{[3]} 

WS11

16.87 kN (3,790 lb_{f}) 
Hongdu L11 
Licensed version of the AI25TLK


WS12 Tianshan



Cancelled


WS12B Tianshan


Xian JH7B 
Heavier, improved WS12


WS12C Tianshan

80 kN (18,000 lb_{f}) 
Comac ARJ21 


WS13 Taishan

86.37 kN (19,420 lb_{f}) 
JF17 
Indigenous Thrust/Weight: 7.8 upgrade for RD93


WS13A Taishan

100 kN (22,000 lb_{f}) 
Comac ARJ21 
Highbypass turbofan.^{[4]} 

WS15 Emei

180 kN (40,000 lb_{f}) 
Chengdu J20 
Described by Russian sources as the "18ton" thrust, T/W: 910 project possibly used to power new J20 fighters.^{[5]} 

WS17


JF17 


WS18

120 kN (27,000 lb_{f}) 
Xian H6K, Xian Y20 
Developed as a replacement for the Soloviev D30KP2


SFA

120 kN (27,000 lb_{f}) 
Xian Y20, Comac C919 
A highbypass turbofan derived from the WS10A core.


WS20

120–140 kN (27,000–31,000 lb_{f}) 
Xian Y20, Comac C919, CRAIC CR929, upgraded Il76 / Il78 
A highbypass turbofan based on the core of the lowbypass turbofan WS10A.


CJ1000A

98–196 kN (22,000–44,000 lb_{f}) 
Comac C919 
A highbypass turbofan derived from the WS20.


CJ2000

340 kN (76,000 lb_{f}) 
Chengdu P80, CRAIC CR929 
A highbypass turbofan.


CJ500

78 kN (18,000 lb_{f}) 
Comac ARJ21 
Medium ThrustTurbofan^{[6]} 

Minshan

39–49 kN (8,800–11,000 lb_{f}) 
Hongdu L15 
Medium ThrustTurbofan


Jiuzhai

9.8 kN (2,200 lb_{f}) 

Medium ThrustTurbofan^{[7]} 

See also
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