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TV7-117V  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Total Production: ?
Also Known As: TV7-117VK and TV7-117VM
Origin: Russia
Corporations: Klimov JSC
Parent System: TV7-117
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 1997
Total Production: ?
Family Members: TV7-117
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Description: The Klimov TV7-117 is a Russian fourth-generation turboprop engine developed in 1997 to power the Il-114 regional aircraft. The new engine features enhanced reliability, fuel economy and greater service life compared with its predecessors produced in the former Soviet Union. Its design is based on modules that may replaced under operation conditions. In 2002, Klimov introduced the TV7-117SM variant featuring a Full Authority Digital Electric Control (FADEC) as well as improved reliability, manufacturability and maintainability.

The TV7-117V is a turboshaft engine developed to power Russian rotary-wing aircraft that builds on the certified TV7-117 turboprop engine. Both engines share 90 percent of power plant components. the TV7-117V engine aim is to power the Mi-38 (TV7-117V and TV7-117VM), Mi-28 (TV7-117VK), and Ka-50/52 (TV7-117VK) helicopters and all modifications. The variants provided with the power take off shaft forward are known as TV7-117V/VM and with the power take off shaft backward TV7-117VK.

The TV7-117V design introduces emergency power (2,800 to 3,750 horse-power) for safe flight in extreme conditions and a new type of FADEC. The 30-second emergency power is 3,750-hp, 2.5-min is 3,500-hp and 30-min is 3,000-hp compared to 2,000-hp maximum continuous power.

TV7-117V Applications


Combat Aircraft Ka-50 Black Shark Ka-52 Alligator Mi-28NE Private Aircraft Mi-38 Support Aircraft Mi-38-2

TV7-117V Specifications

Dimensions
Height: 820 millimeter (32.3 inch)
Length: 1,614 millimeter (64 inch)
Width: 640 millimeter (25.2 inch)
Power
Emergency Power: 3,750 hp (2,798 kW)
Max Continuous Power: 2,000 hp (1,492 kW)
Max Power at TakeOff: 2,800 hp (2,089 kW)
Weight
Dry Weight: 360 kilogram (794 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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TV7-117V News

There are 6 news between
2 Dec 2010 and 9 Sep 2016
Friday, September 9, 2016Russia Conducting Additional Certification Tests for Mi-38-2 Helicopter
Monday, October 20, 2014Mi-38 Pre-series Production Prototype Completes First Flight
Tuesday, December 17, 2013Mi-38 Helicopter with Russian TV7-117V Engines Makes First Flight
Monday, August 27, 2012Mi-38 Helicopter Sets Altitude Record
Friday, December 24, 2010Mi-38 Helicopter Successfully Completed First Kazan-Moscow Flight
Thursday, December 2, 2010Second Mi-38 Helicopter Prototype Begins Flight Testing

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