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Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1983
Total Production: 620
Origin: Russia
Corporations: Ivchenko-Progress and Motor Sich
Parent System: D-136
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1983
Total Production: 672
Family Members: D-136-2
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Description: The Ivchenko-Progress D-136 is a turboshaft engine derived from the D-36 turbine to power the massive Mi-26 and Mi-26T 'Halo' twin-engine heavy transport helicopters. A single D-136 engine develops 11,400-hp of power at the takeoff. In addition to the high power output, the D-136 turboshaft was designed to provide low specific fuel consumption. Engine development began in 1977 and series production at the Motor Sich plant started in 1982. The engine design consists of 10 line replaceable modules excepting the main module which is not replaceable. Five gas generator modules are identical to those in the D-36 engine.

D-136 Applications

Support Aircraft Mi-26

D-136 Specifications

Service Life Flight Hours: 3,000
Height: 1,382 millimeter (54 inch)
Length: 3,715 millimeter (146 inch)
Width: 1,124 millimeter (44 inch)
Max Power at TakeOff: 11,400 hp (8,504 kW)
Dry Weight: 1,077 kilogram (2,374 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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