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. 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. A Throttleable and more durable version named Toloue-5 is also in development.
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