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Omsk Engine-Building Facility imeni P.I. Baranov

Motorostroitel'noe predpriyatie im. 
    P.I. Baranova
Omskoye motorostroitelnoye predpriyatiye 
    im. P.I. Baranova 
Address: 283 Khmelnitskogo Str., 
644021 Omsk, Russia,  
Tel: ++7 (3812) 33-00-62, 
Fax: ++7 (3812) 57-18-89, 
Telex: 133112 MARS 

Baranov Engine-Building EnterpriseThe Omsk-based Baranov Engine-Building Enterprise, founded in 1916, is the oldest aircraft engine manufacturer in Russia and the only one in this line of business from the Urals to the Pacific. Leaders in the aerospace industry in Omsk are Baranov Engine Building Production Association, manufacturing engines for Sukhoi aircraft and transmissions for Moskvich passenger cars. The enterprise's principal competence is aircraft engines, with over 20 different types having been assembled and serially produced in the past decades.

The plant was awarded three orders - the Order of the Red Banner of Labor, the Order of Lenin, the Order of the October Revolution. By the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation No. 1039 of August 11, 2007, the occurrence of the FSUE “OMO them. P.I. Baranova "in the Federal State Unitary Enterprise" Scientific and Production Center for Gas-Turbine "Salyut". Since March 4, 2011 “OMO them. P.I. Baranova "became a branch of FSUE" NPT Gas-Turbine "Salyut". Since April 7, 2015, due to the reorganization of the parent company in the form of corporatization, the branch is called: the branch “Omsk Motor-Building Association named after. P.I. Baranova "JSC" Research and Development Center Gas-turbine "Salyut".

In July 2016, the branch "Omsk Motor-Building Association. P.I. Baranova "JSC Salt NPT Gas Turbine Construction was accepted into the All-Russian Industrial Association of Employers "Union of Mechanical Engineers of Russia". Today, the branch participates in the large projects of the United Engine Corporation Corporation of the Rostec State Corporation for the production of aircraft engines. The branch also manufactures and repairs ground gas-turbine power plants GTD-20.

Today, coming off the facility's production lines are the following five types of top-of-the-line aeroengines to power commercial and military aircraft. Further, the company has the capacity to provide maintenance and repair tasks.

The five engines are:

  • the RD-33 turbojet
  • the AL-21-F3A for the Su-17, for the Mig-29 fighter; Su-22 and Su-24 fighters;
  • the TV7-117 turboprop engine
  • the VSU-10 auxiliary power unit for the short-range 60-passenger-load IL-114 airliner, for the IL-86 and IL-96-300 airbus-type airliners;
  • the TVD-20 turboprop engine for the An-3, An-38 and other multirole short-range passenger aircraft and executive airplanes

Effective April 1, 2004, the United States imposed new proliferation-related sanctions on 13 entities, two of which are Russian. The United States imposed new sanctions on 13 entities it said provided prohibited items to Iran. A determination was made that thirteen entities have engaged in activities that require the imposition of measures pursuant to Section 3 of the Iran Nonproliferation Act of 2000, which provides for penalties on entities for the transfer to Iran of equipment and technology controlled under multilateral export control lists (Missile Technology Control Regime, Australia Group, Chemical Weapons Convention, Nuclear Suppliers Group, Wassenaar Arrangement) or otherwise having the potential to make a material contribution to the development of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) or cruise or ballistic missile systems.

Pursuant to sections 2 and 3 of the Iran Nonproliferation Act of 2000 (Pub. L. 106-178), the U.S. Government determined on March 19, 2004, that the measures authorized in section 3 of the Act shall apply to the foreign entities identified in the report submitted pursuant to section 2(a) of the Act. The 13 entities include five Chinese entities, two Macedonian, two Russian, and one each from Belarus, North Korea, Taiwan, and the United Arab Emirates.

The sanctions, which were to expire in two years, prohibit the U.S. government from procuring from or providing assistance to the entities, as well as from selling to the entities items on the U.S. Munitions List and defense articles and services. In addition, no export licenses will be issued for the transfer to these entities of controlled items and existing licenses will be suspended.

The two Russian entities were Omsk-based Baranov Engine Building Association Overhaul Facility, and Vadim V. Vorobey, a Russian professor of technical science working at the Moscow Institute of Aviation. Baranov produces five types of engines for combat aircraft (Su-17, Su-24, MiG-29) and for civil airplanes (Il-96-300, Il-86, Il-114, AN-3, AN-38). While Baranov's director general has acknowledged that the plant has had contacts with Iran, he claims that this cooperation has been within the confines of Russian law.

Omsk Engine Design Bureau

OKB-29 Experimental Design Bureau 29
644021, Russia, Omsk, 
Street: B.Khmelnitsky, 283. 
Phone:  (3812) 36-07-04 
Phone/Fax:  (3812) 34-04-46 
www.omkb.ru 

The Sh-82, Sh-82V aircraft motors, developed by Perm Design Bureau (OKB-19) are produced by the Omsk Engine-Building Enterprise named after P.I.Baranov. On the Omsk Engine-Building Enterprise named after P.I.Baranov the branch of Experimental-Design Bureau-19 (EDB-19) was established for improvement of Sh-82 and Sh-82V motors. Valentin Andreyevich Glushenkov became the head of the branch. The collective of branch performed a technical control of serial production of Sh-82 and Sh-82V motors at the Omsk Engine-Building Enterprise named after P.I.Baranov, improving their reliability and service life.

On the basis of Experimental-Design Bureau-19 by the Order of the Ministry of Aircraft Industry No. 544 dd. 15.10.56 the State Union Experimental-Design Bureau-29 (OKB-29) was established. It continued the development of ASh-82T and Sh-82V piston engines and the development of small-size gas turbine engines. Two ASh-82T engines were installed on the IL-14 airplane, and the ASh-82V engine was installed on the Mi-4 helicopter. Both aircrafts were one of the best in their class. During a serial production of the engines their warranty service life was increased up to 1500 hours for Ash-82T and 1200 hours for Ash-82V by the efforts of the EDB personnel.

The first joint development with the Central Institute of Aircraft Engine Production (CIAEP) was the 300-hp GTD-1 gas turbine engine. This work has allowed to the Omsk Engine Design Bureau (OEDB) specialists to receive necessary experience in gas turbine engine production. The first 100-hour lengthy tests of the GTD-1 engine are successfully conducted. The GTD-1 was supposed to be used as power unit.

The year 1960 saw the first test of the GTD-3 and the first flight of the KA-25 helicopter of marine basing with the GTD-3. Development of engine and reduction gearbox began in the OEDB in November 1957. Original developments, unknown in a domestic air engine building, such as axial-centrifugal compressor, are introduced into an engine design. After realization of the first flight tests there was found out necessity of engine boosting up to power of 900 hp. A success became the development in 1964 of the GTD-3F power plant for the Ka-25 deck helicopter, consisting of two 900-hp GTD-3M and the RV-3M power reduction gearbox of main rotors. These engines were produced serially more than 20 years on Omsk Engine Production Association named after P.I. Baranov.

Operations of helicopters in marine conditions indicated the increased corrosion of compressor blades. By efforts of the EDB specialists the given problem has been decided by introduction of blades manufactured of titanium alloy. In 1973 series production of the 1100-hp GTD-3M engines is started. The warranty service life of engines is developed up to 500 h. Serially the engine was manufactured till 1985. The Ka-25 antisubmarine helicopters had been equipped the «Moscow» antisubmarine cruiser.

Tests of the «Object 167» tank with the GTD-3TU engine were conducted in 1963.

In 1967 Production Association named after P.I. Baranov has started series production of the GTD-5M engine. On the basis of experience received by the GTD-1 development, the OEDB specialists have started development of the GTD-5 (GTD-40) new gas turbine engine of the small power made under the single-shaft scheme and intended for the drive of the 20-kW S-20 radio-frequency generator on a 2P24 product. In the following for the 40-kW S-40 generator drive on the «Cube» 2P25 product the development of the GTD-5M engine realized. Activities on operational development of the engine proceeded till 80th years. In 1980 to the engine the warranty service life of 2250 h has been established and the specified life - 3250 h. Series production of engines proceeded till 1991.

In 1968, under the Ministry offer, the OEDB design department started development of the TVD-10M engine for «SKAT» marine motorboats. In the beginning of 1970 the preliminary design of the TVD-10M engine has been developed. The engine of next generation in the same power category became the 940-hp TVD-10 turboprop engine developed in 1970 for the Be-30 airplane for local airlines.

Laid at development of the TVD-10 engine the high technological level of design solutions made it possible to produce a number of its modifications: VD-10 - for air cushion vehicles; TVD-10B - for the An-28 airplane operated on local airlines; TVD-20 - for the An-3 single-engined agricultural aircraft, and also modification of this engine for the An-38 airplane. The VSU-10 auxiliary power plant - for IL-86 and IL-96-300 airbuses.

In 1971 the State Commission signed «Act about successful realization of lengthy tests of the TVD-10M engine». The series manufacturing and overhaul of the TVD-10M engines was made by the OEDB. Engines of our manufacture were successfully maintained a long time on cross-country boats of the Navy.

In 1974, under joint Decision of Ministry of Aviation Industry (MAI) - Ministry of Civil Aviation (MCA) modernization of the An-2 series airplane in the An-3 has been made by replacement of the ASh-62IR reciprocating engine on the TVD-20 turboprop engine. In 1975 under the Contract with Aeronautical Scientific and Technical Complex named after O.K. Antonov, activities on development of the TVD-10B engine for the An-28 airplane for local airlines are started.

In 1976 the OEDB was entrusted with the development of an auxiliary power plant for the IL-86 airbus. Design departments per 1977-1978 release design documentation on the VSU-10 engine. The auxiliary power plant is a derivative of the TVD-20 engine. There are manufactured units and mounted test rigs for tests of air by-pass mechanism and end seals. Manufacturing of prime equipment and experimental units of the engine is started. In December, 1980 the VSU-10 engine underwent state official tests, but in 1981 there were still conducted capacious verifying and lengthy tests on four rigs in the OEDB and OEPA named after P.I. Baranov in maintenance of State official tests of the engine. By results of the large done work in January, 1982 the «Act by results of the State 300-hour rig tests of the VSU-10 auxiliary gas-turbine engine intended for an engine start-up and a supply of airborne systems by the electric power and compressed air on the IL-86 airplane» has been authorized.

In 1979 the An-28 airplane with the TVD-10B engines took part in Paris Air Show.

In 1992 the OEDB the overhaul of the TVD-10B engines is made and proceeds on the present time. In 1994 work on the TVD-10B engine application on the «Gratch» single-engined airplane developed by "MiG" are carried out. For this time the OEDB has produced and put to the Customer six engines. From 1997-1998 the OEDB specialists executed a great volume of work on re-equipment of the An-2. The OEDB has transmitted to the Production association "Polyot" a power plant of the An-32 airplane for use of units of this installation (engine mount, aircraft air intake, oil system, etc.) to the equipment of the first airplane. The action mockup of the TVD-20 engine is put for fulfilment of adjustment and test of systems on operating engine.

The Type certificate # S-177-D with Additions #S-177-D/D-01; /D-02; /D-03; /D-04; /D-05 was made out for above-stated engine modifications. Works on development of the TVD-20-01B engine modifications connected to the installation of the BUK-20-3 electronic unit on the An-32 airplane are carried out. The design department executes great volume of works on issue and transfer on the Omsk Engine Production Association named after P.I. Baranov of the repair documentation on the TVD-20 engine.

One of the OEDB achievements is development of the TV-O-100 turboshaft engine for the Ka-126 helicopter and the unified pendant vehicle of refueling for air fuel trailers. The OEDB has worked on developing of the VGTD-43 auxiliary gas-turbine engine of a new generation with parameters at a level of the best foreign analogs. The VGTD-43 is intended for installation on the Tu-204-type medium-haul airplanes.

The design bureau personnel has a experience in designing of ground gas-turbine units, turbine starters and air turbines. The OEDB specialists are engaged also in developing of instruments, installations, devices for improving of production and experimental bases, various test rigs and integrated systems, in particular, induction brakes with consumed power up to 1000 hp. At present the OEDB is a leading authority on development of small-size turbine engines. The designing, laboratory, production and test bases of the OEDB provide for the required technical level of the products at all stages from project work till certification, manufacturing and repair.




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