Soviet pre- and early-ww2 engines

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  1. tomo pauk

    tomo pauk Creator of Interesting Threads

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    ...from German perspective in German language, but most of the stuff is self-explanatory even for people not well versed in German.
     

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    Thank you, very interesting.
     
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    Thanks Tomo Pauk,

    It looks to be pretty thorough. Do you know if the data is reliable?

    - Ivan.
     
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    Didn't checked it out vs. Soviet data, but seems okay to me.
    I've noticed one mistake, the claim that AM-37 was to feature the increased swept volume vs. AM-35. But the book was printed in 1942, and the AM-37 was an experimental engine back then)and remained such), so the Germans can be excused on that part.
     
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    I did not fing ANY misstake! Its amazing but how it could happen so in 1942?
     
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    Sorry but where it is deal with AM-37 there? There are only AM35A Am-38.
     
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    Page 16, paragraph 'Bemerkung', the sentence within brackets says "Das Muster soll vergroesserten Hubraum haben.", ie. "the type has increased displacement". Prior those brackets it's written about the AM-37, now being in experimental stage, giving 1400 PS at 6000m.
    The chart on the same page features the AM-37, too.
     
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