|AI-14R engine of a PZL-104 Wilga|
|National origin||Soviet Union|
Its main variant is the AI-14R (АІ-14Р), which underwent state trials in December 1950 and was used in many types of light aircraft. Several thousand were built. There was also an AI-14V variant for helicopters and other applications. The AI-14R is typically used with a two-bladed propeller and is started with compressed air.
Apart from the Soviet Union, a licensed version of the AI-14R, (currently AI-14RA), was produced by WSK-Kalisz in Poland from 1956 until 2007.
The AI-14RF was a variant uprated by Ivan Vedeneyev to 300 hp. Its further development is the Vedeneyev M14P family of engines.
The Zhuzhou HS-6' was the designation for AI-14 Licence production in China.
- Aero L-60 Brigadýr (L-60S variant)
- Antonov An-14 - AI-14RF
- ICA IS-23 - AI-14RF
- Kamov Ka-15 - AI-14V
- Kamov Ka-18 - AI-14VF
- Kamov Ka-26
- Nanchang CJ-6
- PZL-101 Gawron
- PZL-104 Wilga
- Sever-2 (aerosled based on GAZ-M20 Pobeda passenger car)
- Yakovlev Yak-12
- Yakovlev Yak-18 (Yak-18A variant)
Specifications (Ivchenko AI-14)
- Type: 9-cylinder, air-cooled, radial, engine
- Bore: 105mm (4.13in)
- Stroke: 130mm (5.12in)
- Displacement: 10.13 Liters (618 cu in)
- Dry weight: 200kg (441lb)
- Supercharger: Single stage, single speed, geared centrifugal supercharger
- Fuel system: Carburetor
- Cooling system: Air
- Power output:
- Power (take-off): 260 hp (194 kW)
- Power (nominal): 220 hp (161 kW)
- Compression ratio: 5.9:1
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- Kotelnikov, Vladimir (2005). Russian Piston Aero Engines. Crowood Press Ltd. pp. 201–203.