Russias new turbojet comes out: Ukraines stick

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 Russias new turbojet comes out: Ukraines stick


Dennis Manturov, Minister of Industry and Trade, said, Obtaining a production license means that the PD-14 is ready for sale and use, and also marks the completion of Russias first civil aviation turbojet engine manufacturing. The next phase of work will be approved by the European Aviation Safety Agency (expected in 2019). Man Tu Rolf said it will start testing the engine on the MS-21 aircraft of the yurt company.

The picture shows the PD-14 engine.

Reported that the original PD-14 engine and MS-21 aircraft manufacturing period is synchronous. But MS-21 used the US engine PW1400G this summer to test the engine, which has an international license.

Reported that the PD-14 engine was developed by the Russian Perm Aero-Engine Design Bureau in 2008 and planned to be manufactured in the Perm Engine Factory. Both units are affiliated with the United Engine Manufacturing Company. As of 2016, the R & D cost of PD-14 was about 60 billion roubles (about 6 billion 300 million yuan). This project is one of the most important and most invested projects in the whole Russian machinery manufacturing industry. It is also the first fully independently developed engine of this grade in Russia in the past 30 years. Russia plans to build a range of engines for various purposes on the basis of the PD-14, including the PD-7 for Sukhoi short-haul superjet aircraft and the PD-10V for Mi-26 helicopter (instead of the Ukrainian engine D-136). In addition, the modified PD-14 engine is also planned to be installed on the -276 military transport aircraft under development. (compile / Li Ran) this article source: Reference News Net editor: Yao Wenguang _NN1682

Reported that the PD-14 engine was developed by the Russian Perm Aero-Engine Design Bureau in 2008 and planned to be manufactured in the Perm Engine Factory. Both units are affiliated with the United Engine Manufacturing Company. As of 2016, the R & D cost of PD-14 was about 60 billion roubles (about 6 billion 300 million yuan). This project is one of the most important and most invested projects in the whole Russian machinery manufacturing industry. It is also the first fully independently developed engine of this grade in Russia in the past 30 years. Russia plans to build a range of engines for various purposes on the basis of the PD-14, including the PD-7 for Sukhoi short-haul superjet aircraft and the PD-10V for Mi-26 helicopter (instead of the Ukrainian engine D-136). In addition, the modified PD-14 engine is also planned to be installed on the -276 military transport aircraft under development. (compile / Li Ran)