|Type||Liquid-cooled V-12 piston engine|
|First run||October 1939|
|Major applications||Ilyushin Il-2|
|Developed into||Mikulin AM-37|
The Mikulin AM-35 was a 1930s Soviet piston aircraft engine. Derived from the AM-34FRN, the AM-35 entered production in 1940 and was used on the MiG-1 and MiG-3 World War II fighters as well as the Petlyakov Pe-8 heavy bomber. The engine was very similar to the AM-38F of the Ilyushin Il-2, and built in the same plant (Kuybyshev, in late 1941). It was for this fact that Mikulin was forced to focus production on the AM-38F, thus discontinuing construction of the AM-35.
Data from Kotelnikov.
- Type: Piston V12 engine with 60° angle
- Bore: 160mm (6.3 in)
- Stroke: 190/196.7mm (7.48/7.74 in) different between right and left cylinder bank due to articulated connecting rods.
- Displacement: 46.66 L (2,847 in³)
- Length: 2,402 mm (94.5 in)
- Width: 866 mm (34.1 in)
- Height: 1,089 mm (42.9 in)
- Dry weight: 830 kg (1,830 lb)
- Supercharger: Two-speed centrifugal type supercharger M-100 with aftercooler
- Cooling system: Liquid-cooled
- Power output: 993 kW (1,350 hp) at 2,050 rpm
- Specific power: 21.6 kW/L (0.47 hp/in³)
- Compression ratio: 7.0:1
- Specific fuel consumption: 0.46 kg/km (1.64 lb/mile) calculated, 0.38 kg/km (1.35 lb/mile) observed.
- Power-to-weight ratio: 1.21 kW/kg (0.74 hp/lb)
- Related development
- Comparable engines
- Related lists
- Gunston 1989, p.103.
- Kotelnikov 2005, p. 109.