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Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Total Production: ?
Origin: Russia
Corporations: Ivchenko-Progress* and Motor Sich   (*) lead contractor
Parent System: D-36
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1977
Maiden Flight: 1974
Total Production: ?
Family Members: D-36-1
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Description: The Ivchenko-Progress D-36 is a high bypass ratio engine family providing 14,000 pounds of thrust developed to power the Yak-42 passenger aircraft and the An-72 and An-74 transport aircraft. The program aim was to provide power to the tri-jet Yak-42 airliner. Engine flight trials started in 1974 and the first version entered series production in 1977. The basic D-36 consists of three-shaft composed of 10 modules. The D-36 engine is the basis for a family of derivative engines comprising: the D-136, D-236 and D-436 aircraft engines.

The D-36-4A (Series 4A) is a variant of the D-36-3A engine modified for underwing mounting and introducing a reverser. It has been designed to power all the versions of the An-74TK-300 aircraft. The engine is manufactured by Motor Sich as the other D-36 engine versions.

D-36-4A Applications

Airliners An-74TK

D-36-4A Specifications

Service Life Flight Hours: 40,000
Height: 1,919 millimeter (76 inch)
Length: 3,733 millimeter (147 inch)
Width: 1,802 millimeter (71 inch)
Dry Weight: 1,130 kilogram (2,491 pound)
Max Cruise Thrust: 1,600 kilogram
Max Takeoff Thrust: 6,500 kilogram (14,330 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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