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Pavel Soloviev

Pavel Soloviev

Russian aircraft engineer

In honor of Pavel Solovyov in Perm, one of the streets is named. A monument was erected in the park near the plant on June 26, 2007

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October 13, 1996
Pavel Alexandrovich Solovyov died in Perm.
1987
His last development was the D-90 engine, which in 1987 received the name PS-90 in his honor.
1981
General designerof the OKB-19
September 9, 1960
Under the leadership of Solovyov, the D-20P engine for the Tu-124 aircraft was developed, which became the first twin-circuit turbojet engine in the USSR. In subsequent years, Solovyov Design Bureau developed a number of engines for the Tu-134, Mi-10, Il-76, Tu-154, MiG-31.
1953
Chief designer of the OKB-19
1948
He was appointed deputy chief designer of OKB-19
April 1940
He joined the OKB-19 (now UEC-Aviadvigatel, Perm).
1934
He graduated from 9 classes of high school and entered the Rybinsk Aviation Institute.
June 26, 1917
Pavel Soloviev was born in Ivanovskaya Oblast’.
June 1917

Pavel Alexandrovich Solovyov was born in the village of Alekino (entered the city of Zavolzhsk) of the Ivanovo region in a peasant family. According to a metric book published in 2017, P. A. Solovyov was born in 1918.

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