|Country of origin||USSR|
|Associated L/V||UR-100N, Rokot and Strela|
|Status||Out of Production|
|Propellant||N2O4 / UDMH|
|Thrust||15.76 kilonewtons (3,540 lbf)|
|Isp (vac.)||293 s (2.87 km/s)|
|UR-100N second stage|
The RD-0236 (GRAU Index 15D114) is a liquid rocket vernier engine, burning N2O4 and UDMH in the gas generator cycle. It is used along the RD-0235 main engine on the UR-100UTTKh second stage. Its function is to supply thrust vector control by gimbaling each of its four nozzles in a plane. While the engine is out of production, the ICBM as well as Rokot and Strela remain operational as of 2015.
- UR-100N - ICBM for which this engine was originally developed for.
- Rokot - launch vehicle that is a repurposed UR-100N.
- Strela - launch vehicle that is a repurposed UR-100N.
- Rocket engine using liquid fuel
- "RD-0233, RD-0234, RD-0235, RD-0236, RD-0237. Intercontinental ballistic missiles RS-18". KBKhA. Retrieved 2015-06-19.
- "RD-0236". Encyclopedia Astronautica. Retrieved 2015-06-19.
- "Rockot Launch Vehicle". Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center. Retrieved 2015-06-19.
- Zak, Anatoly. "UR-100N Family". RussianSpaceWeb.com. Retrieved 2015-06-19.
- KbKhA official information on the engine.
- Encyclopedia Astronautica information on the propulsion module.
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