M-82, ASh-82, A.D.Shvetsov

ASh-82 (65k) and ASh-82FN (58k) engines, courtesy of Sergey Andreev;

One of the most successful Soviet piston engines of the World War II era.


Some data on the ASh-82V engine:
Cylinder diameter 155.5mm
Cylinder motion 155...156mm
Engine volume 41.2l
Compression ratio 6.9 (+0.15 -0.1)
Operation regimePower hp Rate rpm Fuel consumption g/hp/h
Ground normal 11502400285...315
Ground maximal 14302400315...340
Takeoff 17002600325...360
Cruise at 1550m15302400?
Cruise at 4550m13302400?

Regular fuel (Gasoline) B-95/130 (GOST 1012-54), Oil MK-22 or MS-20 (GOST 1013-49)



References:
  • [1] Aviation engine Ash-82V, technical description. OBORONGIZ, 1963, 178 pp.
  • ASh-82, M-82
    1940? 14cyl 2-raw a.c. 1330hp

    I-185
    LaG-5
    La-5

    Pe-2-M-82

    Su-2

    '103V' '60' ANT-60
    '103VS' Tu-2-2M82
    TB-7 Pe-8
    Gu-82 Pe-2 long range
    ASh-82A
    M-82A
    1942? a.c. 1330/1600hp
    MiG-9 'IKh'
    ASh-82F
    M-82F
    1941 a.c. 1400/1675hp

    'IT' DIS MiG-5

    OPB-5

    I-211 'E'

    Il-2-M-82 Il-4
    La-5F
    M-82FN
    M-82FN
    1943? 14cyl. a.c. fuel injection 1460hp/1850hp

    La-5FN

    La-5 '206'

    La-7

    La-11

    NB, 'T'

    Su-7

    '61' ANT-61 Tu-2S

    Tu-2Sh

    '62' ANT-62 Tu-2D

    '64' ANT-64 Tu-2R Tu-2F Tu-6

    Tu-2 'Paravan'

    Tu-2 truck carrier

    '69' ANT-69 Tu-8

    Tu-2T '62T'

    Tu-2LL
    '104' Il-12 KM-2 La-9
    La-126
    La-130
    ASh-82-? 1947? a.c. 2100hp

    Su-12
    ASh-82T 1953? a.c. 1900hp

    Il-14
    ASh-82V 1952? a.c. 1200kW, 1700hp

    Mi-2

    Yak-24

    Created long ago,
    Modified October 26, 1998
    by Sergey Andreev
    and Alexandre Savine
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