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Advanced Aircraft Propeller Ice Protection for increased Flight Performance and Reduced Fuel Consumption.
Addictive Tooling -Additive Fertigung Innovativer Toolings zur Herstellung Intelligenter Faserverbundbauteile
In Addictive Tooling the consortium will develop a manufacturing process for an undercut FRP hollow structure for the EC135 rotor system and its associated tooling system in additive manufacturing. Therefore, a new designed vacuum assisted infusion technology will be the baseline for further development of intelligent, sensor-optimized toolings and robust processes.
The project intends to test in icing wind tunnel (IWT) one demonstrator of engine air intake integrated in a nacelle and equipped with an innovative biphasic heat transport system for regenerating the energy from the oil of the engine. The objective, by testing the technology in a representative environment, is to reach TRL5. At the end of the project the technology will be able to be further developed towards TRL6 to 9 with the final aim to be transferred to the aeronautic value chain.
Accessible Air Cabin
Development and proof of concept of a thermo electric ground de-icing system
Evolution#4 - Entwicklung einer vollautomatisierten Luftfahrt-Fertigungstechnologie für Intergrale, one-shot, netshape Strukturbauteile für die Industrie 4.0
In Evolution#4 an approach for the 4th industrial revolution will be addressed by bringing the production of aeronautical structures to a fully automated RTM process. In an holistic approach with leading specialists from Airbus the Austrian consortium will develop intelligent, sensor-based and quality driven production technology and prepare for coming project on the example of the A320 vertical tail plane.
Application of multi-sensor fusion for automatic observation of Aviation Meteorology
Generatively made aerospace components by laser welding of aluminum powders
Hybrid Electric Multi Engine Plane
HAIRMATE project aims to design and manufacture moulds for manufacturing and testing the next generation aircraft seating obtained in the HAIRD project. Within the HAIRD project a new seating with reduction of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) risk, multi-functionality and simple surfaces for composite manufacturing was designed. The moulds to manufacture the structural parts will be manufactured.
Adaptable power density coating for energy efficient heating of cockpit and cabin
Hydrogen combustion in aircraft gas turbines
The top level objective of the ICE GENESIS project is to provide the European aeronautical industry with a validated new generation of 3D icing engineering tools (numerical simulation and test capabilities), addressing App C, O and snow conditions, for safe, efficient and cost effective design and certification of future aircraft and rotorcraft.
The technological objective of IMac-Pro is the development of a complete integrated process chain for the cost effective serial production of optimised CFRP stiffener profiles (e.g. frames, stringer, struts, floor beams, drive shafts,…) for all kinds of aircrafts (passenger planes, helicopters, fighters) based on textile technologies in combination with advanced injection and curing technologies.
Aircraft anti-icing and de-icing through assemblies of conducting varnish and functional coatings
The project goal is to economically remove ice accreting on aircraft structure critical parts and thus increase reliability and mass saving on the global function. By comparison with the present existing solutions which are based on active pneumatic and electro-thermal means the targeted solutions will enable electrical power consumption, cost and mass reductions and ease the overall integration process.
Development and demonstration of materials and manufacturing process for ultra high reliability electric anti-ice/de-ice thermal layers for high strain rotor blades and helicopter airframe sections
The concept of Smart Intelligent Aircraft Structures offers significant improvements in aircraft total weight, manufacturing cost and, above all, operational cost by an integration of system tasks into the load carrying structure. The project focuses on integration activities in the three distinct technological areas airfoil morphing, self-sensing and multifunctional structures through self-healing and the use of nanoreinforced resins.
The project SPARTA tooling comprises the development of a cost- and energy efficient, automated resin transfer molding production process for aerospace fuselage frames. The big benefit of the process is the possibility for automation, shown in automation developments, and the outlook to high volume production feasibility.
Emergency Safe Return for CS23 Aircraft