Student design and process bureau Delta
Student design and process bureau Delta is established in Aircraft Manufacturing Department. Main purpose is to get students involved in creative and development work in the area of composite technology.
In the period from 2008 till 2012 Aircraft Manufacturing Department was holding the belt in internal university contest for the best student scientific and research work establishment (2008, 2010, 2011 and 2012).
Students from Aircraft Manufacturing Department annually take part in International and All-Russian conferences, including Mavlyutov readings, Tupolev readings, Gagarin readings, Korolyov readings etc., get diplomas, including the ones for high level of presented reports.
Besides, students publish their articles in Russian (including magazines approved by Superior Assessment Board (VAC)) and International magazines as well as apply for patents.
Multiple times students of Aircraft Manufacturing Department took part in UMNIK contest and got awards, participated in conventions, got scholarships from the President of Russian Federation, government of the Republic of Tatarstan and different companies as well as were awarded with grants (Polzunov grant, etc.) and medals for the best student scientific work.
Head of Student design and process bureau Delta
PhD, Assistant Professor
Development of ultra-light record-breaking automobile
One of the directions of student design and process bureau Delta is development of ultra-light efficient automobile for participation in Shell Eco-marathon.
The event's history stretches back over seventy years. In 1939, a group of Shell scientists based in a research laboratory in Wood River, Illinois, USA, had a friendly bet to see who could drive their own car furthest on one gallon of fuel. The Eco-Marathon is an annual competition sponsored by Shell, in which participants build special vehicles to achieve the highest possible fuel efficiency. The Eco-Marathon is held around the world with events in Finland, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Japan, and the USA. The event also took place in the UK until 2010.
The events are entered by a range of participants from enthusiastic amateurs to university teams and major motor manufacturers with a variety of designs.
Initial data for design:
- weight – 30 kg;
- capacity – 1 person.;
- max. speed – 60 km/h;
- length – 3 m;
- width – 0,968 m.