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|Born||February 14, 1895|
|Died||May 13, 1985 (aged 90)|
|Significant design||Mikulin AM-34|
Alexander Alexandrovich Mikulin (Russian: Алекса́ндр Алекса́ндрович Мику́лин) (February 14 (O.S. February 2), 1895, Vladimir – May 13, 1985, Moscow) was a Soviet Russian aircraft engine designer and chief designer in the Mikulin OKB. His achievements include the first Soviet liquid-cooled aircraft piston engine, the Mikulin AM-34, and the Mikulin AM-3 turbojet engine for the Soviet Union's first jet airliner, the Tupolev Tu-104. Mikulin also took part in the Tsar Tank project.
- M-17 - BMW VI built under licence
- AM-43 - high-altitude engine, used on Tupolev Tu-1
- AM-5 - renamed Tumansky RD-9 after Sergei Tumansky replaced Alexander Mikulin