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61 Delft Aerospace Structures and Materials Laboratory


The faculty of Aerospace Engineering is housed in four different buildings: the main building (1969), the high-speed laboratory (1969), the low-speed laboratory (1952) and the ‘Aeroplane Hall’ (1969). The faculty is also the principal user of the “De Fellowship” building, a teaching building covering approximately 4,000 m2 built on Kluyverweg in 2008.


Buildings 61, 62, 63, 66 and 64. Main entrance: Kluyverweg 1

Gross floor area                              :  37,410 m2 
Number of people (approx.)              :  650
Time in use                                     :  75 hrs/week
Heating                                           : from the TU Delft heating network 
Cooling                                           : with electricity (air treatment system)

The renovation of the ‘Aeroplane Hall’ was completed in 2008. Teaching rooms that become available as a result of the opening of the Southern (Zuid) teaching building in 2009 are being adapted for different purposes. The extensive optimisation of the main building is also planned.



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At this moment, the actions for the new EEP 2017 – 2020 are being worked out.

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Contact: Samiha Toussaint-Tahan