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IL76TD PS90

 

 

TYPE:

Aircraft

DESCRIPTION:

Ilyushin IL76TD with PS90 Engines

PRICE:

Upon Request

PACKING:

As is, Where is

 

 

ILYUSHIN IL76TD WITH PS90 ENGINES

 

 

STAGE III

 

 

 

 

 

The Il-76TD-90 is a further development of the Il-76TD replacing the D-30KP engines by fuel efficient PS-90A-76.

The resulting aircraft has longer range and increased payload capacity.

Compared with the Il-76TD, the Il-76TD-90 only requires a five-man crew instead of a six-man crew.

The Il-76TD-90 is available as a new production aircraft or as upgrade to existing Il-76TDs.

 

PS-90A-76 Aircraft Engine
 

 

PS-90A-76 engine (PS - Pavel Soloviev) is a modification of PS-90A turbofan bypass engine. 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 allowed to build a new modification of the IL-76 airplane - the IL-76MF military cargo aircraft which meets modern requirements.

Turbofan, bypass, two-shaft, mixed flow, with a thrust reverser in a fan duct and noise absorbing system. 

It is intended for various versions of the IL-76 long-range cargo aircraft and the IL-76MF aircraft.

The engine was certified in 2003.

 

Performance

Thrust, kg
  • take-off: TH< +30C , PH > 730 mm Hg, H=0
  • cruise: Н=11 km, М=0.8
 

14500
3500

Specific fuel consumption (with real nozzle), kg/kgf hour 0.595
Flight altitude, m up to 13100
Air temperature at sea level (for start and operation), С -47...+45
Airfield height (versus sea level) , m up to 3500
Wind speed for ground operation, no more, m/s
  • cross wind
  • tail wind
 

15
5

Engine length, mm 4964
Fan tip diameter, mm 1900
Dry weight, kg 2950
Thrust reverser weight, kg 450
Delivery weight, kg 4160

Advantages of the PS-90A-76 engine compared to D-30KP

  • Conformity of ecological parameters on emission and noise to ICAO  regulations
  • Increase of reliability and life
  • Improvement of efficiency
  • Availability of thrust augmentation up to 16000 kg
  • Parameter stability of running
  • Improvement of fire safety in connection with replacement of some fuel accessory units by pneumatic
  • Feasibility of the fan impeller replacement when running

 

Dimensions:

Cargo Compartment Height 3.4 m, Cargo Compartment Length 31.1 m, Cargo Compartment Width 3.5 m, Fuel Tank Capacity 109,500 l (28,816 gl), Fuselage Diameter 4.8 m, Height 14.3 m, Length 53.2 m, Payload Capacity 400 metric ton, Wing Area 300 square meter, Wingspan 50.5 m

Weights:

Max Weight 210 t, Payload 60 t

Engine/s Performance:

Thrust 141,000 lb (63,958 kg)

Performance:

Ceiling 12,000 m (39,370 ft), Cruise Speed 850 kph (528 mph), Landing Run Distance 990 m (3,248 ft), Max Range 6,300 km (3,402 nm) carrying a 40t payload or 4,000km carrying a 60t payload, Service Life 30 yr, Take Off Run Distance 1,800 m (5,906 ft)

Other:

Number of Engines 4, Service Life (Flight Hours) 30,000, Service Life (Flights) 10,000
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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