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Technical specifications Photos Video
In 2005, NPO "Salyut" developed the "Burlak" engine, an evolution of the D-30KP. Specifically, instead of the three-stage low-pressure compressor, a single wide-chord fan is installed. In addition, there is an improvement in the combustion chamber and other units. These modifications resulted in an increase in bypass flow ratio from 2.4 to 3.65, engine life cycle, 10-11% reduction in specific fuel consumption, engine noise and exhaust emissions. These changes are in line with ICAO standards. 75% of the new engine is identical to the D-30KP Series 2 engines.
The installation of the “Burlak” engine on the Il-76MD aircraft for the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Russian Federation was decided in 2006.
|Max thrust take-off power rating||13.000 kgf|
|Specific fuel consumption, take-off power rating||0,404 kg/kgf.*h|
|Max thrust, cruise power (H=11.000 m, M=0,8)||2.800 kgf|
|Specific fuel consumption, cruise power||0,645 kg/kgf.*h|
|Pressure ratio, take-off power rating||-|
|Bypass ratio, take-off power rating||3,65|
|Temperature of the gas at the turbine intake, take-off power rating||-|
|Air flow rate, take-off power rating||-|
|Compressor rotation frequency low-pressure, take-off power rating||-|
|Compressor rotation frequency high-pressure, take-off power rating||-|
|Specified service life||-|