A.M. Isayev Chemical Engineering Design Bureau

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A.M. Isayev Chemical Engineering Design Bureau
Native name
Конструкторское бюро химического машиностроения имени A.M. Исаева
Chemical Engineering Design Bureau named after A.M. Isayev
Formerly
OKB-2
subsidiary
Industry
  • Liquid rocket engine manufacturing
  • equipment for heat treatment of meat and fish
  • medical equipment
  • common consumption goods
Predecessor NII-88
Founded 1948 Podlipki, Soviet Union
Founder Aleksei Mihailovich Isaev
Headquarters 12 Bogomolov street, Korolyov (Russian: ул. Богомолова, д. 12, Королёв), Moscow region, Russia
Key people
Igor G. Panin
Products
Parent Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center
Website Official Website
Footnotes / references
[1][2][3][4]

The A.M. Isayev Chemical Engineering Design Bureau (Russian: Конструкторское бюро химического машиностроения имени A.M. Исаева), also known as KB KhimMash or just KBKhM, is a Russian rocket engine design and manufacturing company. It is located in the city of Korolyov. It started as the OKB-2 division of the NII-88 research institute, where A.Isaev directed the development of liquid rocket engines for ballistic missile submarines.

Products[edit]

Current engines[edit]

Engines in current production:

  • Monopropellant Thrusters[5]
    • DOT-5
    • DOT-25
    • MLC-10
    • MLC-50
  • Bipropellant Thrusters[5]
    • S5.142 (DST-25)
    • DST-50
    • DST-100
    • DST-100A
    • DST-200
    • DST-200A
    • DMT-6
    • DMT-500
    • DMT-600
    • DMT-1000
    • DMT-2200
  • Main propulsion[6]
  • Propulsion Modules
  • Experimental Engines
    • С5.86.1000-0

Former engines[edit]

Engines that are no longer produced.

  • Monopropellant Thrusters[7]
  • Bipropellant Thrusters[7]
    • S5.144: Used on the control module 17D61 of the Ikar.
    • S5.205
  • Orbit Correction Engines
  • Propulsion Modules
  • Military Missiles[7]
    • RD-1
    • RD-1M
    • Y-1250
    • U-400-10
    • PT 45-2
    • SU-1500
    • Y-2000
    • S09.19A?
    • S09.29A S09.29.0-0
    • S09.29D
    • S09.29B
    • S09.29.0-OV?
    • S09.29.0-OV?
    • S2.145
    • S2.145
    • S2.168A
    • S2.168B
    • S2.219
    • S.911.0100 S2.219?
    • S2.244
    • S2.258
    • S2.260
    • S2.268
    • S2.514
    • S2.711
    • S2.711V S2.711V1
    • S2.720
    • S2.720.A2
    • S2.720M
    • S2.721 S2.721V
    • S2.722
    • S2.722V
    • S2.726
    • S2.727
    • S2.751V?
    • S2.1100: A TG-02/AK20K burning engine. Development years: 1955-1958. For use in the booster module of the Burya intercontinental cruise missile project.[10][11]
    • S2.1150: An improved version of the S2.1100. Development years: 1958-1960. For use in the booster module of the Burya project.[10][11]
    • S2.1200
    • C5.1
    • S.5.6.0000.0
    • S5.15
    • C5.33
    • C5.33A C5.33M
    • S5.41
    • S5.44 5D25
    • S5.57
    • S5.44 5D25
    • 5D25N
    • C5.83
  • Rocket engines for ICBM and SLBM[7]
    • S2.253 (8D511): A kerosene/AK20 burning engine in the pressure fed cycle. Development years: 1951-1955 . For use in first versions of Scud-A. Ignition by hypergolic start fuel TG-02.
    • S2.253A: A kerosene/AK-20 burning engine in the pressure fed cycle. Development years: 1953-1959 . For use in the RSM-11FM. Ignition by hypergolic start fuel TG-02.
    • S2.713: A TG-02/AK27I burning engine in the gas generator cycle. Development years: 1956-1961 . For use in the R-13. It included a fixed nozzle and four verniers.
    • S5.2 (9D21): A TM-185/AK-27I burning engine in the gas generator cycle. Development years: 1959-1962 . For use in the R-17.
    • C5.3: A TG-02/AK-27I burning engine in the gas generator cycle. Development years: 1958-1963 . For use in the R-21.
    • S5.3M: A TG-02/AK-27I burning engine in the gas generator cycle. Development years: 1960. Project for the ICBM R-9B.
    • 4D-10: A UDMH/N2O4 burning engine in the staged combustion cycle. Development years: 1962-1968 . For use as main engine of the first stage of R-27. First engine submerged in the propellant tank.
    • 4D-10: A UDMH/N2O4 burning engine in the gas generator cycle. Development years: 1963-1968 . For use as the steering engine of the first stage of the R-27. Submerged in the propellant tank.
    • 4D-76: A UDMH/N2O4 burning engine in the gas generator cycle. Development years: 1964-1971 . For use as main engine of the second stage of R-29. Submerged in the propellant tank.
    • 4D-76M: A UDMH/N2O4 burning engine in the gas generator cycle. Development years: 1969-1970 . Improved version of the 4D-76.
    • 4D-28: A UDMH/N2O4 burning engine in the gas generator cycle. Development years: 1968-1970 . For use on the second stage of the rocket RSM-27K.
    • 3D-20: A UDMH/N2O4 burning engine in the staged combustion cycle. Development years: 1971-1973 . For use as main engine RSM-27U.
    • 3D-20: A UDMH/N2O4 burning engine in the gas generator cycle. Development years: 1971-1973 . For use as steering engine R-27U.
    • 3D-41: A UDMH/N2O4 burning engine in the gas generator cycle. Development years: 1973-1975 . For use on the second stage of R-29R. Submerged in the propellant tank.
    • 3D-42: A UDMH/N2O4 burning engine in the gas generator cycle. Development years: 1973-1975 . For use on warhead of the R-29R . Four fixed main combustion chambers and four verniers.
    • 3D-67?: A UDMH/N2O4 burning engine in the gas generator cycle. Development years: 1976-1980 . For use on warhead of the R-39. Dual-mode rocket engine with multiple regimen.
    • 3D-36: A UDMH/N2O4 burning engine in the gas generator cycle. Development years: 1980-1986 . For use on warhead of the R-29RM.
    • ZD-38: A UDMH/N2O4 burning engine in the staged combustion cycle. Development years: 1980-1986 . For use on the second stage R-29RM. Submerged in the propellant tank.
    • 3D-39: A UDMH/N2O4 burning engine in the staged combustion cycle. Development years: 1980-1986 . For use on the third stage R-29RM. Submerged in the propellant tank.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Краткая история нашего предприятия" [A brief history of our company] (in Russian). KB KhimMash. Retrieved 2015-07-30. 
  2. ^ "Руководство" [Leadership] (in Russian). KB KhimMash. Retrieved 2015-07-30. 
  3. ^ "Основные направления деятельности" [Main Activities] (in Russian). KB KhimMash. Retrieved 2015-07-30. 
  4. ^ "Этапы истории КБХМ им. А.М. Исаева" [Milestones A.M. Isayev KBKhM] (in Russian). KB KhimMash. Retrieved 2015-07-30. 
  5. ^ a b "ЖРДМТ от 0,5 кгс до 250 кгс" [Small thrust jet engine from 0.5 kgf to 250 kgf] (in Russian). KB KhimMash. Retrieved 2015-07-25. 
  6. ^ "Двигатели тягой от 250 кгс до 50 тс" [Engines with thrust of 250 kg to 50 tonnes] (in Russian). KB KhimMash. Retrieved 2015-07-25. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f Ponomarenko, Alexander. "Основные двигатели разработки КБХМ" [The main engines produced by KBKhM]. LPRE.DE (in Russian). Retrieved 2015-07-25. 
  8. ^ Brügge, Norbert. "Spacecraft-propulsion blocks (KDU) from Isayev's design bureau (now KB KhimMash)". B14643.de. Archived from the original on 2015-06-02. Retrieved 2015-07-30. 
  9. ^ "Двигатели 1944-2000: Аавиационные, Ракетные, Морские, Промышленные" [Aviadvigatel 19442-2000: Aviation, rocketry, naval and industry] (PDF) (in Russian). pp. 75–81. Retrieved 2015-07-25. 
  10. ^ a b "Isayev". Encyclopedia Astronautica. Archived from the original on 2017-11-08. Retrieved 2015-07-30. 
  11. ^ a b Brügge, Norbert. "Some identified rocket-engines from Isayev's Design Bureau (now KB KhimMash)". B14643.de. Archived from the original on 2015-10-17. Retrieved 2015-07-30. 

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