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Computer simulation of aircraft crashes has been carried out to enable crash investigators and aircraft designers and legislators to access a common method of developing aircraft crashworthiness and occupant protection. Large and small aircraft and helicopters (both civilian a...
Programme: FP3-AERO 1C
Record Number: 10821
Last updated on: 1994-09-12
The possibility of reducing low frquency interior noise in helicopters by up to 12 dB by active noise control has been validated in flight. In this range of frequencies it is very impractical to apply conventional passive treatment. Methods to identify noise transmission path...
Programme: FP3-AERO 1C
Record Number: 8484
Last updated on: 1996-10-23
The present study was a continuation of a previously successful programme on aircraft active noise control. The research study involved carrying out the required major technology step in the field of aircraft active noise and vibration control. The applications of piezo cerami...
Programme: FP3-AERO 1C
Record Number: 20836
Last updated on: 1998-08-05
The ECARP project consists of four main strands, mesh adaptation, validation, optimum design and unsteady viscous-inviscid interaction methods. The validation part focuses on quantifying the predictive accuracy of advanced modelling techniques. Using Navier-Stokes and boundar...
Programme: FP3-AERO 1C
Record Number: 18382
Last updated on: 1997-01-29
[PROJECT] LARA - Laminar Flow Research Action
ID: AER30054
Start date: 1993-01-01, End date: 1994-10-31
Aircraft engine nacelles make a significant contribution to the skin friction drag of aircraft and as such are an attractive candidate for the application of drag reducing laminar flow technology. At the beginning of 1993 two European, EC supported collaborative programmes wer...
Programme: FP3-AERO 1C
Record Number: 6002
Last updated on: 1994-04-21
ID: AER20047
Start date: 1993-09-01, End date: 1996-12-31
To generate a basis for quiet and efficient future helicopters. To this end, such tools as code development, feasibility study and experiments are applied.
Programme: FP3-AERO 1C
Record Number: 5881
Last updated on: 1994-04-21
ID: AER30053
Start date: 1993-01-01, End date: 1996-06-30
The objective of this programme is to provide European air-frame and nacelle manufacturers with the technology required to control fan tone noise on future civil transport aircraft equipped with advanced high-bypass-ratio (HBR, typically 6:1), very-high-bypass-ratio (VHBR, typ...
Programme: FP3-AERO 1C
Record Number: 5982
Last updated on: 1994-04-21
ID: AER20037
Start date: 1993-01-01, End date: 1995-12-31
It was the intention of the Pilot Phase programme to demonstrate the feasibility of producing high integrity Electrically Powered Actuators (EPA) for Primary Flight Controls applications. This objective has been fulfilled both for the Electromechanic Actuator (EMA) and the Ele...
Programme: FP3-AERO 1C
Record Number: 5492
Last updated on: 1994-04-21
ID: AER20044
Start date: 1992-12-01, End date: 1996-09-30
The research programme has the following principal objectives. Better understanding of, and ability to control wake/blade interaction effects in highly loaded HP turbines. Resolution of the effects on turbine performance of coolant injection in Nozzle Guide Vanes (NGV) and ...
Programme: FP3-AERO 1C
Record Number: 5499
Last updated on: 1994-04-21
ID: AER20041
Start date: 1993-01-01, End date: 1995-12-31
Aircraft engine nacelles make a significant contribution to the skin friction drag of aircraft and as such are an attractive candidate for the application of drag reducing laminar flow technology. At the beginning of 1993 two European, EC supported collaborative programmes wer...
Programme: FP3-AERO 1C
Record Number: 5493
Last updated on: 1994-04-21
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