Toloue-4

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The Toloue-4 (Persian: طلوع , Dawn) is one of the first indigenously produced jet engines in Iran. Toloue-4 mini jet engine is being built at Iran Aircraft Industries's (IACI) engine industries (TEM).

The engine is a copy of the French Microturbo TRI 60 engine and is used in Noor (missile) Anti-ship Cruise missiles as well as UAVs.[1][2] It is a three-stage axial design with a length of 1.3m that can produce 3.7 kN of thrust at 29,500 RPM and weights 54.7 kg.[3] A Throttleable and more durable version named Toloue-5 is also in development.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.janes.com/extracts/extract/juav/juav9147.html
  2. ^ Bamford, James (2002-09-14). "What big ears you have". The Guardian (London). Retrieved 2010-05-25. 
  3. ^ [1] ACIG based on Kish Trade Fair in Iran - Picture and Description
  4. ^ Liam F. Devlin (2007). Iran Expands UAV Capability 11 (8). Shepard, Uvonline. p. 18.