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Assessing aViation emission Impact on local Air quality at airports: TOwards Regulation

Deliverables

Report and analysis of data from Season 2 campaign including alternative drop-in fuel

Technical document describng the configuration used in measurement systems including methodolgy results and analisys of Season 2 campaign with and without alternative dropin fuel

A roadmap to identifying potential gaps in aircraft engine emissions regulations

A roadmap will be produced and iterated upon during the first year of the project as discussions between AVIATOR contributors and the regulatory community progress. The roadmap will be in the form of a report which will identify potential gaps in aircraft emissions regulations and the wider human health and local air quality regulations and provide initial directions for future regulation.

Data analysis of high-fidelity measurement campaigns and performance of low-cost sensors at Zurich and Copenhagen

Technical document containing the results and analisys of environment data acquired in Zurich and Copenhagen airport

Parameterizations of physical exhaust dynamics and comparison between model results and measurements

Numerical simulations will be performed with the CFD model CEDRE in order to study and compare the physical dynamics of the hot and turbulent exhaust of aircraft main engines for different meteorological conditions and load conditions of the engines Based on these results advanced parametrizations will be developed and tested to describe exhaust dynamics and the influence of wing vortices Moreover the Lagrangian particle model LASAT will be used to test parametrised dynamics to compare with detailed CFD simulations

A synthesis of the measurement and technical evidence in a form suitable for a regulatory policy context

The synthesis document will provide an overview of the project outcomes from the technical work packages WP2 to WP6 written in a style suitable for policy makers in the regulatory community

Parameterizations of relevant UFP transformation processes and comparison between model results and measurements

Numerical model simulations will be performed with the aerosol dynamics model MADE3 model comprising boxmodelling studies along representative airmass trajectories in the airport environment as provided by the CEDRE model Along those trajectories transformation of particles will be studied leading to a detailed representation of possible and relevant processes Observed particle characteristics will be compared with modelled values Based on these results parameterizations will be tested which enable to describe simulated changes in particle properties as a function of meteorological background and exhaust conditions

Literature survey on particulate matter, comprising UFP microphysical and chemical transformation processes and connected regulatory issues

A literature survey will be conducted to review existing publications on research relating to particulate matter measurements, as well as modelling. A particular focus will be placed on ultra-fine particles (UFP) microphysical and chemical transformation processes, involving particle growth, mixing, coagulation, as well as nucleation. An overview on main aspects of regulatory issues will be provided, based on current national and European regulation.

Report and analysis of data from Season 1 campaign

Technical document describng the configuration used in measurement systems including methodolgy results and analisys of Season 1 campaign

Summary of outline agendas for improved regulation of aircraft emissions aligned to the needs and current understanding of air quality

Both the roadmap and the synthesis report will be used to provide an outline agenda for improved regulation identifying potential pathways for bridging regulatory gaps

Inter-comparison between modelled and measured key pollutants concentrations

Modelled concentrations of the key pollutants such as UFP NOx and SOx will be compared to those measured in WP4 at the two airports Particular attention will be given to resolve differences between modelled values which only consider emissions from aircraft main engines and APU while the measured concentrations include contributions from other airport sources and the background Therefore suitable schemes will be applied for a meaningful comparison including upwinddownwind measurements correlations with wind direction polar plots and information from background stations

Data analysis and report on Season 1 high-fidelity campaign

Technical document containing the results and analisys of environment data acquired in Madrid airport during first season

Data analysis and report on Season 2 high-fidelity campaign

Technical document containing the results and analisys of environment data acquired in Madrid airport during second season

Publications

LOW-COST SENSOR DEVELOPMENT AS PART OF THE AVIATOR PROJECT

Author(s): D. Kilic, P.I. Williams, V. Archilla-Prat, D. Raper & S. Lopez
Published in: Making Aviation Environmentally Sustainable, Issue ECATS 3rd International conference, 2020, ISBN 978-1-910029-58-9
Publisher: ECATS

Health Impacts of Ultrafine Particles. In: Ultrafine Particles Workshop,

Author(s): Raje, Fiona and Raper, David
Published in: Joint publication of AVIATOR, RAPTOR and TUBE, 2020
Publisher: Manchester Metropolitan University

TIME-RESOLVED AIRCRAFT DISPERSION MODELLING

Author(s): U. Janicke, E. Montreuil, W. Ghedhaïfi & E. Terrenoire
Published in: Making Aviation Environmentally Sustainable, Issue 3rd International conference, 2020, Page(s) 20, ISBN 978-1-910029-58-9
Publisher: ECATS

CFD AND AEROSOL DYNAMICS BOX-MODEL TO IMPROVE DISPERSION MODELS

Author(s): E. Montreuil, S. Matthes, F. Garnier, V. Archilla-Prat, W. Ghedhaïfi, M. Righi & E. Terrenoire
Published in: MAKING AVIATION ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE, Issue ECATS 3rd International Conference, 2020, ISBN 978-1-910029-58-9
Publisher: ECATS

AVIATOR PROJECT: AIRCRAFT ENGINE EXHAUST STACK PM CHARACTERISATION AT INTA TEST FACILITY

Author(s): V. Archilla-Prat, D. Hormigo, J. Sánchez-Valdepeñas, M. Sánchez-García, P. Moreno, A. Crayford, M. Pujadas, J. Rodríguez-Maroto, I. Ibarra, E. Rojas, D. Raper & M. Johnson
Published in: MAKING AVIATION ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE, Issue ECATS 3rd International Conference, 2020, ISBN 978-1-910029-58-9
Publisher: ECATS

AVIATOR - Assessing aViation emission Impact on local Air quality at airports: TOwards Regulation

Author(s): Víctor Archilla, Dévora Hormigo, María Sánchez-García, David Raper
Published in: MATEC Web of Conferences, Issue 304, 2019, Page(s) 02023, ISSN 2261-236X
Publisher: EASN
DOI: 10.1051/matecconf/201930402023

Dry heat and microwave-generated steam protocols for the rapid decontamination of respiratory personal protective equipment in response to COVID-19-related shortages

Author(s): M.J. Pascoe, A. Robertson, A. Crayford, E. Durand, J. Steer, A. Castelli, R. Wesgate, S.L. Evans, A. Porch, J-Y. Maillard
Published in: Journal of Hospital Infection, Issue 106/1, 2020, Page(s) 10-19, ISSN 0195-6701
Publisher: W. B. Saunders Co., Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.jhin.2020.07.008

Impact of fuel hydrogen content on non-volatile particulate matter emitted from an aircraft auxiliary power unit measured with standardised reference

Author(s): Eliot Durand, Prem Lobo, Andrew Crayford, Yura Sevcenco, Simon Christie
Published in: Fuel, 2021, Page(s) 1-10, ISSN 1873-7153
Publisher: Elsevier
DOI: 10.1016/j.fuel.2020.119637

Developing and materials for multi-orifice probe for quasi representative emission measurement at stack of rectangular and low high. Application at Turbojet Cell Test

Author(s): Enrique Rojas García
Published in: 2021
Publisher: CIEMAT

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