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"AIRBUS DEUTSCHLAND GMBH" has participated in 63projetcsRESULT
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The "Clean Sky " Joint Technology Initiative aims at realising a quantum leap in the technological capability of Europe to produce aircraft that satisfy environmental needs and are economically...

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SPEEDS is a concerted effort to define the new generation of end-to-end methodologies, processes and supporting tools for safety-critical embedded system design. They will enable European systems...

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 Participants: 7
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Existing passenger service systems do not fulfil airline and passenger requirements for 500 + pax size aircraft and long flight duration. The retention of such a system for large capacity aircraft...

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 Participants: 9
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NEFA aims at assessing V-empennage type on aircraft in order to validate promising preliminary results. Aerodynamic performance prediction capability will be improved thanks to co-operative use...

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 Participants: 9
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WakeNet2 is a continuation of the 1998 European Thematic Network WakeNet on wake turbulence. WakeNet2 is organised in three areas:
wake turbulence phenomena,
instrumentation for research...

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 Participants: 26
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We are currently experiencing a tremendous increase of some 5% per year in worldwide air traffic. To cope with this, the future environment of transport aircraft will be defined by new requirements:...

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 Participants: 31
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LAVINYA aims at improving and disseminating the knowledge on laser techniques for vibration measurement with reference to both laser Doppler vibrometers and full field techniques. The partnership,...

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 Participants: 10
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To maintain growth of the European commercial aircraft industry new, more efficient, environmentally friendly aircraft products must be launched over the next decade and existing products upgraded....

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 Participants: 10
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The continued expected growth in aviation will be met in part by new fleets of supersonic aircraft. The environmental impact of this growth was considered by IPCC 1999 however many of the IPCC...

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 Participants: 8
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The goal is to provide a communication platform for all aircraft disciplines concerned directly or indirectly with aerodynamic performance improvement including design and system integration,...