Aeroderivative Gas Turbine PS-90A-76
The PS-90A-76 aero engine (PS - Pavel Soloviev) is a modification of the PS-90A turbofan. It extends service life of the large fleet of the IL-76 transport airplanes and raises their efficiency by installation of the PS-90A-76 engine instead of the D-30KP.
It is a high-bypass-ratio, two-shaft turbofan, with mixed flow and a thrust reverser in a fan duct and noise absorbing system.
The aero engine is intended to power IL-76 cargo aircraft and its modifications.
The engine was certified in 2003.
In 2004 JSC "UEC-Perm Engines" launched the serial production of the engine.
PS-90A-76 engines are currently in service at three (3) Airlines.
PS-90A engine modification.
Intended to replace D-30KP engines during IL-76 family aircraft upgrade and for installation on new aircraft.
Certified in 2003. In service since 2003.
The PS-90A-76-powered aircraft meet ICAO 2006 emission and noise standards (Stage 4).
Operated based on the technical condition.
- Weight (kg)2950
- length (m)4.964
- Take-off thrust (kgf)14500
- Cruise thrust (kgf)3500
- Specific fuel consumption (kg/kgf.hr)0.595
- Max. Flight altitude (m)13100
- Fan diameter (m)1.9