Flame tube head for hypersonic experimental flying laboratory is the base element of scramjet’s combustion chamber. Its task is to organize fuel combustion with high quality at broad altitude and velocity range. Modern flame tube head is a complicated unit, which embodies long work of designers, engineers and experimenters.


Scramjet model. Flat scramjet modules were ground tested in wind tunnels of TsAGI and the P. I. Baranov Central Institute of Aviation Motor Development at Mach numbers M=5..6

Auxiliary power plant, which provides hydro- and electrical supply of aircraft systems during emergency in case of engines failure.

Scramjet for hypersonic experimental flying laboratory “Koala”, designed by the Machine-building Design Bureau “Raduga” (Designer General – I.S. Seleznev).

P201-300 liquid rocket engine for Raduga Kh-22 designed by Chief Designer Alexander Bereznyak. The distinctive engine features include deep thrust throttling (in 15 times). It was accepted into service in year 1967.

11Д78 power plant, which carried the communication satellite under the name of “Gran’” into stationary orbit’s spot and adjusted it in this spot vicinity for the first time ever. 11Д444 engine with thrust 40 gram, that was installed on power plant can work for 100 hours carrying the satellite from starting point to any point of stationary orbit.

11Д73 and 11Д76 is intended to stabilize and orientate the space objects on the orbits of Earth and Moon’s artificial satellites as well as during landing, takeoff and staging to the satellites around the Moon.

5Д18 power plant is intended to be carried by satellite fighter. Power plant provides stabilization, acceleration and rendezvous with target satellite.

11Д79 power plant provides necessary conditions for the launching of Blocks D and DM in zero-gravity state during space vehicle starts from Earth artificial satellites to other planets of Solar system. Power plant construction is the first to use dual-component spherical fuel tanks with metal expulsion diaphragms.