Purpose of the Laboratory

Modeling and analysis of complex aerodynamic and structural problems encountered in aircraft and spacecraft design with the required precision. Cheap and fast solutions are produced with computer computational analysis methods to design problems.

Mission of the Laboratory

Presenting the computer hardware and software they need to researchers working on scientific and engineering applications.

Research and Application Areas

All engineering problems in which computer aided analysis and simulation methods can be used, especially aerodynamics, fluid mechanics and structural problems.

Researcher Information

The laboratory serves all faculty members of the Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and a total of 10 research studies are carried out by 6 faculty members, 4 undergraduate and 8 graduate students.


Hardware Information:
1 (Server) PC (P4-1GBRAM-260GBHD-19FLAT-CD-RW)
2 HP printer, 2 XEROX printer.
1 Toshiba Projector, Wireless Robotics,
Access to ITU National Center for High Performance Computing and UUBF High Performance Computing and Virtual Reality Laboratory

Software Information:
Fluent, Star-CD, Star-CCM+, Star-Design, CFX, CFD++
Gridgen, Gambit, Proam, Icem-CFD,
Abaqus, Ansys, Nastran, Patran, Catia, Ensight,
Mathlab, Matematica, Tecplot

Ongoing Projects

  • Cantilever design for wind tunnel

  • Modeling of the air flow around the multi-storey building

  • Performing aeroacoustic analysis of the car mirror

  • Flow analysis around the helicopter and rotor

  • Undergraduate and graduate thesis studies