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Workshop on How to access European Commission grants in Belgium, Brussels
Start date: 2011-10-24, End date: 2011-10-25
Who should attend? Understanding how it works and how to fulfill all criteria + optimising the chances of success For all projects leaders, persons in charge of developing its organisation from public, private and non-profit sector.
Programme: JRC-ENDWEL C
Record Number: 127888
Last updated on: 2011-09-06
AeroSME Workshop - Aeronautics Level 2 Proposals - FP7 2nd Call - Brussels 12-12-2007
Start date: 2007-12-12
The EU funded AeroSME project is organising an one-day event on the 12th December 2007 in Brussels to present the large collaborative projects which are expected to be put forward in the 2nd call of the 7th Framework Programme (FP7). For information: http://www.aerosme.com/html/Workshop/FP7_2ndCall/12Dec07.asp
Programme: FP2-AERO 0C
Record Number: 115891
Last updated on: 2007-11-05
ID: AER20062
Start date: 1994-09-01, End date: 1997-12-31
The applications of piezo ceramic patches on the primary structure have demonstrated that this approach can be a potential alternative to the classical passive dynamic vibration absorbers and to the loudspeakers. The research in advanced actuator design showed promising resu...
Programme: FP3-AERO 1C
Record Number: 23972
Last updated on: 1995-02-22
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
ID: AER20031
Start date: 1993-04-01, End date: 1995-08-31
The primary aim of the project is to improve the quality of industrial CFD codes by improving their accuracy, reliability and computational efficiency.
Programme: FP3-AERO 1C
Record Number: 5469
Last updated on: 1994-04-21
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
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
ID: AER20030
Start date: 1993-01-01, End date: 1995-12-31
The main objectives of this crashworthiness research programme are to increase the level of safety in moderate commercial aircraft crashes, to enhance European knowledge and capabilities with respect to crashworthiness of commercial aircraft, and to enable European partners to...
Programme: FP3-AERO 1C
Record Number: 5475
Last updated on: 1994-04-21
ID: AER20046
Start date: 1993-01-01, End date: 1995-12-31
The primary aim of the RHINO project is to reduce the interior noise of helicopters whilst at the same time minimizing the weight of any control mechanism.
Programme: FP3-AERO 1C
Record Number: 5529
Last updated on: 1994-04-21
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
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