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:
|Propulsion / Rockets Diploma
|Air Transport Diploma
|Master of Science
|Doctor of Philosophy
|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
|Finite Element Analysis
|Dynamics of Structures
|Management of Engineering Systems
|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.