Klimov VK-2500

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VK-2500
VK-2500 HeliRussia 2011.jpg
Type Turboshaft
National origin Russia
Manufacturer Klimov
Major applications Kamov Ka-50
Kamov Ka-52
Mil Mi-28

The Klimov VK-2500 is a Russian turboshaft aero engine, a high power derivative of the ТV3-117VMA engine, also for hot and high.

Design[edit]

It differs from the older versions in having an extended overhaul period of the engine hot components, extra gas-dynamic stability at varying duties, engine parameters accuracy and engine control quality, enhanced monitoring depth providing operation of the engine according to its technical condition and better weight characteristics and overall dimensions.

Variants[edit]

VK-2500-I
Has a 1,500 shp (1,103 kW) maximum continuous performance and a 2,000 shp (1,470 kW) take-off performance.
VK-2500-II
Has a 1,500 shp (1,103 kW) maximum continuous performance and a 2,200 shp (1,617 kW) take-off performance.
VK-2500-III
Has 1,750 shp (1,287 kW) maximum continuous performance and a 2,400 shp (1,764 kW) take-off performance.

Applications[edit]

Specifications[edit]

Data from Motor Sich , JSC "Klimov"

General characteristics

  • Type: Turboshaft
  • Length: 2,055 mm
  • Diameter: 728 mm (height)
  • Dry weight: 300 kg

Components

  • Compressor: Axial

Performance

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