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NK-15V
Part of NK-15 Family
Kuznetsov LOx/Kerosene rocket engine. Development ended 1964. Developed from the NK-9. 8 engines, featuring high-expansion nozzles, used on N1 Stage 2. First flight 1969.

AKA: 11D52V. Status: Development ended 1964. Date: 1962-72. Number: 32 . Thrust: 1,648.00 kN (370,485 lbf). Unfuelled mass: 1,345 kg (2,965 lb). Specific impulse: 325 s. Height: 2.34 m (7.67 ft). Diameter: 2.00 m (6.50 ft).

On the basis of the NK-9 the NK-15V was developed for the N-1 launcher. 8 NK-15V engines, featuring high-expansion nozzles, were used on the Block B (stage 2).

Engine: 1,345 kg (2,965 lb). Chamber Pressure: 78.50 bar. Thrust to Weight Ratio: 124.9. Oxidizer to Fuel Ratio: 2.52.

Country: Russia. Launch Vehicles: N11, N11GR, N1 1964, N11 1963, N1 1962, N-IUV-III, N-IU, N1, N1 1969. Propellants: Lox/Kerosene. Stages: N1 Block B, N1 1962 - B, N-11 Block A, N1 1964 - B, N1U 1965 - B. Agency: Kuznetsov bureau.



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