Aerospace Engineering



Aerospace Engineering at Urmia University of Technology was launched in 2009 as a subgroup of the Department of Mechanical Engineering and attracted the first undergraduate entry. In year 5, the aerospace engineering group separated from the mechanical engineering department and continued its activity as an independent group.


Aerospace Specialized Workshops
• Sheet and bending workshop
• Workshop for jet engines and pistons
• Wing and body workshop
• Aircraft Instrumentation and Measurement Workshop


Aerodynamics Laboratory


The aerodynamics lab is equipped with an open-circuit ultrasonic wind tunnel that provides a centrifugal fan with air suction to the tunnel. The wind tunnel motor has a power of 1.5 kW with six movable blades of 6 cm diameter. The rpm engine is rated و and manufactured by GUANGLU. The airflow enters the test section after passing the honeycomb at the inlet, from the nozzle to a length of 2.5 m and a ratio of 0.5 to 1. The dimension of the cross section of the wind tunnel test is 4.3 cm. The laboratory is currently equipped with a three-way power measuring device. Flow rate adjustment is done by adjusting the fan drive motor frequency and providing a maximum speed of 20 m / s.



Aerospace Science Association


The Aerospace Science Society was founded in 2014 and with the efforts of incoming students, it was established. After a few years, it was recognized as the premier scientific community of the university and is growing day by day. Areas of activity of the Aerospace Science Society include: competitions such as blue rackets, egg rescues, paper rockets, etc., holding various theoretical and practical workshops such as designing and manufacturing multi-rotor drones, solid fuel propellants and so on. .., and scientific visits to aerospace-related collections such as Farsco Heavy Repair, Iran Space Research, the Islamic Republic of Iran Airlines, and the National Museum of Aviation, etc.

Aero Engine Test:

The Uromia University of Technology engine's laboratory is known as one of the most advanced aircraft engine labs in the northwest of the country, in terms of facilities and equipment.

This laboratory has been established to introduce aerospace students to the principles, function and components of the engines. Due to the existence of a variety of piston engines and jet planes, the laboratory provides a golden opportunity for students to become familiar with the key issues and operational aspects of aerospace engineering and its application in the industry.

Some of the equipment in this lab is as follows:

• Airbus turbofan engine
• Cut turbocharged engine
• Towin otter turboprop engine
• Helicopter turbine shaft engine
• Airbus Engine APU
• Engine with six piston cylinders
• A four-cylinder piston engine
• Rotax four-cylinder engine
• Radial No Cylinder Engine