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D-436T1  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 2000
Maiden Flight: 1999
Total Production: ?
Also Known As: D-436T2 and D-436T3
Origin: Russia
Corporations: Ivchenko-Progress, MMPP Salut, Motor Sich and UMPO
Parent System: D-436
Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Total Production: ?
Family Members: D-436-148B and D-436TP
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Description: The Ivchenko-Progress D-436 engine family, based on the D-36 engine, has been designed to power twin-engine short-range turbojet passenger aircraft. Its basic design comprises 14 modules. The D-436 engines feature low fuel consumption, high environmental safety standards, low operating costs and longer service life than previous engines powering twin-engine short range aircraft. The Tu-334, Be-200, Yak-42D-100 and An-148 aircraft are powered by the D-436 engine family.

The D-436T1/T2/T3 engines have been designed to power the Tupolev Tu-334 aircraft family. The D-436T1 engine powers the Tu-334 basic model, the D-436T2 engine is intended to power the Tu-334-200, and the D-436T3 is intended for the Tu-230 aircraft. The D-436T1 was certified in 2000. Motor Sich, Salut and Ufa Engine Manufacturing plant produce the engine in cooperation.

The AI-436T12, formerly known as the D-436TX, is a derivative of D-436T1 engine developing up to 12,000 kg of thrust at takeoff.

D-436T1 Applications


Airliners Tu-334-100 Yak-42D

D-436T1 Specifications

Service Life Flight Hours: 40,000
Dimensions
Height: 1,949 millimeter (77 inch)
Length: 3,829 millimeter (151 inch)
Width: 1,802 millimeter (71 inch)
Weight
Dry Weight: 1,450 kilogram (3,197 pound)
Max Cruise Thrust: 1,600 kilogram
Max Takeoff Thrust: 7,500 kilogram (16,534 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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