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Students graduated with accumulative undergraduate marks 65% or higher are legible to apply for the degree of Master of Science, and subsequently for the Doctor of philosophy degree. Students graduated with accumulative undergraduate marks less than 65% are legible to apply for the Diploma.

The Aerospace Department offers three postgraduate degrees:
Diplomas
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Aerospace Engineering
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Airplane Design
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Propulsion / Rockets Diploma
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Air Transport Diploma
Master of Science
Doctor of Philosophy

 

Research Fields

Aerodynamics
Unsteady Aerodynamics & Aeroacoustics
Indoor Air Flows & Environmental Aerodynamics
Flow Control & Reduced Order Modeling
Wind Energy & Wind Turbine Design
Flight Mechanics & Control
Aircraft Control Systems
Satellite Attitude Dynamics & Control
Missile Navigation, Guidance & Control
Advanced Control (Robust, Fuzzy,…)
Robot Dynamics & Control
Structures
Finite Element Analysis
Dynamics of Structures
Aeroelsaticity
Composite Materials
Smart Structures
Design Optimization
Management of Engineering Systems
Propulsion
Multivariable control of gas turbine engines.
Gas turbine engine diagnostics.
Compressor surge prediction and control.
Computational analysis of compressor cascades under surge conditions.
Modeling of reacting flows.
Numerical simulation of unsteady combustion.
Development of general procedure for constructing reduced reaction mechanisms.
Effect of droplet atomization on flow characteristics.
Interactions of fuel type-droplet formation effects on pollution.
Evaluation of droplet shape effect on combustion stability.
Hybrid rocket propulsion.
Numerical modeling of composite propellant combustion.
Modeling of catalyst bed reactors.
Modeling of Pulsed plasma thrusters.

 

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