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"ISTRAM - INSTITUTE OF STRUCTURES AND ADVANCED MATERIALS" has participated in 14projetcsRESULT
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Aerospace industries have provoked important developments in Europe's infrastructure. They have contributed massively to the economies of Europe and the wealth of a number of its regions; they...

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 Participants: 11
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The technical focus of this project is the development of new generations of Fibre Metal Laminates-FML and Metal Laminates-ML, that provide significantly improved strength and stiffness properties...

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The AeroPortal project is created by the merger of the two support actions AeroSME and SCRATCH. It is the prime objective of AeroPortal to support aeronautical SMEs in advancing their technology...

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Modern transport aircraft are designed for high efficiency and long service lives, resulting in heavy loaded structures. This application requires damage tolerant materials with low crack propagation...

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 Participants: 47
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The growth in airline customer needs has resulted in a major problem: an increase in power consumption. Current equipment systems which supply, generate, distribute, transmit and consume this...

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In order to achieve a significant reduction of the maintenance and operating costs of civil transport aircraft - while keeping the standards of safety and taking advantage of new trends in airworthiness...

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 Participants: 38
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In order to achieve major reductions in the operating costs of civil transport aircraft, significant improvements in airframe structural efficiency are required. These improvements can only be...

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The objective is to develop advanced numerical design methods for bolted joints in composite aircraft structures. This is a critical technology supportive of introducing composites to the primary...

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 Participants: 14
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The overall objective of ADMIRE is to develop a probabilistic foundation of damage tolerant design for metallic aircraft structures taking into account innovative investigations on the initial...

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A future need for aircraft structures is the development towards an increased degree of integration to save weight and to reduce manufacturing costs. An actual target is the reduction of assembly...