Laboratory of Aviation Propulsion Systems

The laboratory is equipped with cross-sections of aircraft engines used to educate students in the construction and operation of aircraft propulsion. The equipment includes: a ASz-82T piston engine (cross-section), a ASz-62IR piston engine (cross-section), a LIT-5 piston engine (cross-section), a GTD-350 turbine shaft engine (cross-section), a TW2-117 turbine shaft motor (cross-section), a turbine jet engine RD-10A (JUMO 004) (cross-section), a SO-3W turbine jet engine (cross-section), a K-15 turbine jet engine, as well as other elements of engine systems and installations (fuel pumps, regulators, injectors, oil-fuel coolers, etc.).


Laboratory of Aircraft Construction and Equipment

The laboratory is equipped with cross-sections of airplanes and helicopters used to teach the construction and operation of aircraft components. It includes also mock-ups of fuel, hydraulic and fire protection systems used in selected aircraft and helicopters.


Laboratory of Engineering Graphics and Design

The laboratory is used to teach design and engineering graphics. The equipment consists of computer stations with SolidWorks software used for teaching and working with CAD software. The laboratory performs a workshop on fast manufacturing techniques and reverse engineering equipped with 3D printers using printing technology based on materials such as metal powders, PLA, ASA, etc.
It also includes a Nikon 3D laser scanner which, in combination with the Geomagic Desing X software, familiarises students with the world of reverse engineering.


Laboratory of Aeronautical Materials and Structures Strength

The laboratory tests the materials and components used under load with the use of:

  • static tensile test; 
  • static compression tests;
  • static bending test;

Other tests performed at the laboratory include: the fatigue strength of materials and structural elements, the effect of transverse impact loads on materials and structural elements, and the impact strength of plastics and composite materials using the Charpy method. The laboratory is equipped with comprehensive testing
and measuring equipment enabling the performing of a number of strength tests.


Laboratory of Aviation Materials and Composite Constructions

The laboratory carrels out testing on metallographic structures and the morphological analysis of plastic and composite samples as well as testing the hardness of materials used in aviation with the use of the Brinell, Vickers, and Rockwell methods. The research laboratory enables the production of composite materials and structural elements made of composites in order to determine various atypical properties
of the analysed samples.


Laboratory of Short-range Combat Agents

The laboratory performs tests of the strength of the mechanism and components of aviation cannons during loading and unloading;

The laboratory includes:

  • training non-guided missiles S-5 and S-8 and their cross-sections;
  • fuses for non-guided missiles and their cross sections;
  • S-25 unguided missile set;
  • unguided missile launchers;
  • cannons and air rifles;
  • wall-mounted stands with sub-winged supporting beams;

In the laboratory, students learn the construction and operation of small arms, unguided fuse projectiles and firing devices (launchers). They practice the unfolding and folding of air cannons and rifles, loading and unloading of unguided air weapons.



Laboratory of Guided Missile

The laboratory conducts research on the capture and tracking of missiles by thermo location heads;

The laboratory is equipped with

  • cross-sections of controlled air-to-air missiles (R-60M; R-3S; R-3R; R-13M; R-23R);
  • cross-sections of controlled air-to-ground missiles (H-25MŁ; H-29Ł; H-66);
  • cross-sections of anti-tank guided missiles 9M14M (Tiny); 9M17P (Scorpio); model-9M114 (Cocoon);
  • controlled missile compartments and their cross-sections, among others self-guiding heads, proximity fuses, warheads, energy compartments, rocket engines;
  • K-36DM catapult chair.

At the laboratory, students learn the construction and operation of guided missile weapons and also practice suspending rocket controlled weapons.


Laboratory of Combat Agents Development

The laboratory conducts tests of the technical condition of weapons during their storage and preparation for combat use.

The laboratory is equipped with:

  • training aerial bombs and their cross-sections;
  • training bomb fuses and their cross-sections;
  • RBK-250 small weight bomb cassette;
  • training shooting ammunition for air cannons and rifles;
  • tables with cross-sections of small arms;
  • strapping machine for small ammunition;
  • MBD3-U6-68-1 multi-beam stringer;
  • sights and photo-control devices;
  • crates and containers for the storage and transport of air warfare agents.

At the laboratory, students learn the construction and principles of the operation
and storage of bombs and fuses for air bombs, along with the servicing of technical sights and photo-control devices. Furthermore they learn the preparation of ammunition belts for cannons and machine guns, storage methods and principles of transport of air combat agents as well as technical reviews and preparation for arming (combat agents for combat use).


Training System for Small Arms "ŚNIEŻNIK - 1"

The ŚNIEŻNIK - 1  training system is intended for simulated shooting at the shooting range by an individual soldier. Training situations are transmitted by video projectors onto a large-format screen in the form of a flat image with an authentic sound.

Trainees simulate shooting with the use of selected weapons from a distance of about 8 meters from the screen. Training situations are created by the system operator according to the current training needs. The training weapon is designed on the basis of a real combat weapon using laser modules and pneumatic systems,
and the ballistic characteristic of ammunition corresponding to authentic types of ammunition and weapon patterns.

The whole system consists of an operator station and five shooting stands from which cadets can practice shooting. The simulator includes the following types
of weapons:

  • 7.62 mm AKMS assault rifle (modernised Kalashnikov automatic rifle),
  • 7.62 mm PKM machine gun,
  • 5.56 mm assault rifle model 1996 "Beryl" with the PCS-5M/1 sight,
  • 9 mm machine gun model 1998.

Laboratory of Maintenance Mechanics Training Part-147

Maintenance Mechanics Training Laboratory Part-147 provides basic maintenance training for acquiring an Aircraft Maintenance License. Training is conducted in accordance with the international quality and procedural standards for the training of maintenance personnel as specified in the EASA PART-66 and includes all modules required for the issuing of a Category B2 licence - Avionics. The certificate is recognised in the international aviation environment and fulfils the requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency.


Maintenance Training Organization offers:

  • Training modules for the Category B2 licenses;
  • A review before the examination for the Category B2 license;
  • An examination for any modules required for obtaining the Category B2 license.

Theoretical classes are conducted by highly qualified academic staff. The trainings take place in comfortable lecture halls and lecture rooms equipped with modern teaching aids.

Practical classes take place in hangars and laboratories equipped with modern control and measuring equipment (Hameg, Fluke, Metex, Pace), avionics devices used on modern aircraft (Honeywell, Bendix / King, Garmin, Rohde & Schwarz) as well as airplanes and helicopters. The trainings are conducted by highly qualified instructors with extensive experience in operating aviation equipment.