30th Congress of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences

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Tuesday, 11. Sep 2018


7:30-8:00 Briefing for presenters and chairpersons in each day at each presentation room
0.1General Lecture II - Autonomy and the future of Aerospace - N. Pendleton, Boeing, USA
Chair:
11. Sep 18 08:00 09:00

0.2Interactive Presentations
Chair: Artur Mirzoyan
11. Sep 18 09:00 10:00

1.1Unconventional Concepts 1
Chair(s): Kimmel, B.
Track 1
01 - Aircraft Design and Integrated Systems
11. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 1.1.1 CONCEPT VALIDATION STUDY FOR FUSELAGE WAKE-FILLING PROPULSION INTEGRATION
A. Seitz¹, F. Peter¹, J. Bijewitz¹, A. L. Habermann¹, Z. Goraj², M. Kowalski², A. Castillo Pardo³, C. A. Hall³, F. Meller, Airbus Innovations, Germany; R. Merkler, MTU Aero Engines, Germany; O. Petit*, S. Samuelsson*, B. Della Corteº, M. van Sluisº, G. Wortmann, Siemens AG, Germany; M. Dietz, ARTTIC, Germany; ¹Bauhaus Luftfahrt e.V., Germany ;²Warsaw University of Technology, Poland ;³University of Cambridge, United Kingdom ;*Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden ;ºTechnical University of Delft, Netherlands
11. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 1.1.2 SYSTEM-LEVEL ASSESSMENT OF TAIL-MOUNTED PROPELLERS FOR REGIONAL AIRCRAFT
Roelof Vos, Netherlands
11. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 1.1.3 EXPLORATION OF THE AIRBUS “NAUTILIUS” ENGINE INTEGRATION CONCEPT
L. Wiart, ONERA, France; C. Negulescu, AIRBUS, France
11. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 1.1.4 CONSTRAINED BIFURCATION AND CONTINUATION METHOD IN BLENDED-WING-BODY AIRCRAFT DESIGN
F. Cen¹, Q. Li¹, B.-W. Nie², Z.-T. Liu²; ¹Tsinghua University, China ;²China Aerodynamics Research and Development Center , China
2.1Next Generation Commercial Transport Concept
Chair(s): Collier, F.
Track 2
01 - Aircraft Design and Integrated Systems
11. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 2.1.1 BLENDED WING BODY TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
J Bonet, The Boeing Company, United States
11. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 2.1.2 SINGLE-AISLE AIRLINER DISRUPTION WITH A SINGLE-DECK BLENDED WING BODY
M. Page¹, E. Smetak¹, S. Yang¹; ¹DZYNE Technologies Incorporated, United States
11. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 2.1.3 CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF THE D8, A HIGHLY-EFFICIENT SUBSONIC COMMERCIAL TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT
B.Y. Yutko, Aurora Flight Sciences, United States
11. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 2.1.4 SUBSONIC ULTRA-GREEN AIRCRAFT RESEARCH: TRANSONIC TRUSS-BRACED WING TECHNICAL MATURATION UPDATE
C. K. Droney¹, N. A. Harrison¹, G. M. Gatlin, NASA Langley Research Center, United States; ¹The Boeing Company, United States
3.1Systems Architecting
Chair(s): Schwartz, K., Tokasiki, C.
Track 3
02 - Systems Engineering and Integration
11. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 3.1.1 DIGITAL INNOVATION IN COMPLEX SYSTEMS- MANAGING CRITICAL APPLICATIONS AND GENERATIVITY
N. Lakemond, Linköping University, Sweden; G. Holmberg, Saab AB and Linköping University, Sweden
11. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 3.1.2 A PRACTICAL ANALYSIS ON THE COMPLEXITY OF AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE AND REQUIREMENTS DEVELOPMENT
F.M.S. Turetta, Embraer, Brazil
11. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 3.1.3 AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS ARCHITECTING: LOGICAL-COMPUTATIONAL DOMAIN INTERFACE
M. Guenov¹, A. Molina-Cristóbal¹, A. Riaz¹, S. Sharma², A. Murton², J. Crockford²; ¹Cranfield University, United Kingdom ;²Airbus Operations Ltd, United Kingdom
11. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 3.1.4 SERVICE-ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE TO INTEGRATE FLIGHT SAFETY AND MISSION MANAGEMENT SUBSYSTEMS INTO UAVS
V. Vannini¹, J. S. Arantes¹, A.-P. Mattei², N. Figueira, Brazilian Army, Brazil; M. S. Arantes², C. F. M. Toledo¹, O. Trindade J.¹, P. Saqui-Sannes, Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace, France; ¹University of São Paulo, Brazil ;²Innovation Institute for Embedded Systems, Brazil
4.1Aerodynamic Design
Chair(s): Prince, S., Grossi, F.
Track 4
03.1 - Aerodynamics - CFD Methods and Validation
11. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 4.1.1 “FAST” CFD METHODS IN AIRCRAFT SYSTEM DESIGN. APPLICATION TO C295W MODIFICATIONS.
Gonzalez-Biedma: Gonzalez-Biedma, Airbus Defence & Space, Spain
11. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 4.1.2 MORPHING WING WITH SURFACE DISCONTINUITY - COMPARATIVE TESTS
A. Tarnowski¹, T. Goetzendorf-Grabowski¹, J. Mieloszyk¹; ¹Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
11. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 4.1.3 HIGHER FIDELITY TRANSONIC AERODYNAMIC MODELING IN PRELIMINARY AIRCRAFT DESIGN
A. Crovato¹, G. Dimitriadis¹, V.E. Terrapon¹; ¹University of Liege, Belgium
11. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 4.1.4 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF BLEND WING BODY AIRFRAME AND ENGINE AERODYNAMIC INTERFERENCE
Zhaoguang Tan, China; Yingchun Chen, China; Jiangtao Si, China; Yuan Zhong, China
Reserve Paper 4.1.R EFFECTS OF NUMERICAL AND GEOMETRICAL ASPECTS IN VERTICAL-HORIZONTAL TAIL JUNCTION SIMULATIONS WITH TRANSONIC SEPARATION
M. R. N. Lopez, Embraer S.A., Brazil
Reserve Paper 4.1.R COMPARISON AND APPLICATION OF DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES OF MULTI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION FOR AERODYNAMICS WINGS DESIGN
N Gautier¹, N Manzanares-Filho¹, E-R Da Silva¹; ¹UNIFEI, Brazil
5.1Wind Tunnel Systems Development
Chair(s): Hermans, C.
Track 5
03.2 - Experimental Aerodynamics
11. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 5.1.1 OVERVIEW OF DYNAMIC TEST TECHNIQUES FOR FLIGHT DYNAMICS RESEARCH AT LOW SPEED AERODYNAMICS INSTITUTE, CARDC
Zhitao Liu¹, Haisheng Sun¹, Bowen Nie¹, Linliang Guo¹, Fei Cen¹; ¹China Aerodynamics Research and Development Center (CARDC), China
11. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 5.1.2 APPLICATION OF THE COMBINED BOUNDARIES TO REDUCE WALL INTERFERENCE FOR NACA 0012 AIRFOIL TESTS
S. Chernyshev¹, A. Ivanov¹, E. Streltsov¹, A. Volkova¹; ¹Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute n.a. prof. N.E. Zhukovsky, Russia
11. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 5.1.3 EVALUATION OF WIND TUNNEL SIDEWALL BOUNDARY-LAYER CONTROL FOR 2-D HIGH-LIFT AERODYNAMIC AND AEROACOUSTIC TESTING
F.M. Catalano, Aeronautical Engineering Dept. University of São Paulo , Brazil; L.T.L. Pereira, University of São Paulo , Brazil
11. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 5.1.4 EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF SHEAR LAYER INDUCED FLUCTUATIONS IN A OPEN JET WIND TUNNEL
G.G. Gadzhimagomedov, Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute n.a. prof. N.E. Zhukovsky, Russia
6.1Composites
Chair(s): Scott, M., Shanygin, A.
Track 6
04.2 - Structural Analysis and Design, Structural Dynamics, Aeroelasticity
11. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 6.1.1 PREDICTIVE ANALYSIS OF STITCHED AEROSPACE STRUCTURES FOR ADVANCED AIRCRAFT
B. Horton, Virginia Tech, United States
11. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 6.1.2 DESIGNING PRIMARY STRUCTURES WITH STITCHED COMPOSITES
A. Velicki, The Boeing Company, United States
11. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 6.1.3 MULTIFUNCTIONAL COMPOSITE PROCESSED USING EMBROIDERY TECHNOLOGY
Tadashige Ikeda, Chubu University, Japan; Makoto Ishigami¹, Tsuyoshi Nishihara¹; ¹Nagoya University, Japan
11. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 6.1.4 MODIFIED WHITNEY-NUISMER CRITERIA FOR PREDICTION OF NOTCHED STRENGTH OF COMPOSITE LAMINATES
C. Wallner, USP/Embraer, Brazil; S. F. M. Almeida, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil; C. Kassapoglou, TU Delft, Netherlands
Reserve Paper 6.1.R RESULTS AND COMPARISON OF NUMERICAL SIMULATION AND THE TESTING OF LUG MANUFACTURED BY COMPOSITE MATERIAL BY RTM PROCESS
Giovane Fonseca, Embraer - Centro de Engenharia e Tecnologia - Minas Gerais, Brazil; Sérgio Frascino, ITA - Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica, Brazil
7.1Store Separation
Chair(s): Cenko, A.
Track 7
03.4 - Applied Aerodynamics
11. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 7.1.1 EXHAUST PLUME EFFECT OF WINGED TWO-STAGE-TO-ORBIT SEPARATION AT ASCENT USING AERODYNAMIC-FLIGHT DYNAMICS TECHNIQUE
H. Iwafuji, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
11. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 7.1.2 NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE AERIAL DROP OF WATER FOR FIXED-WING AIRCRAFT IN FIREFIGHTING
X. Zhao¹, P. Zhou¹, X. Yan, No. 38 Research Institute of CETC, China; Y. Weng, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China; X.-L. Yang, Chinese Flight Test Establishment, China; ¹Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
11. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 7.1.3 GRID-MODE TRANSONIC STORE SEPARATION ANALYSES USING MODERN DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS
Kevin A. Jamison, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), South Africa
11. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 7.1.4 STORE SEPARATION TRAJECTORY PREDICTIONS AT LOW SPEEDS
Alexis cenko, AIWS, United States; Nick Stathopoulos, L3-MAS, Canada; Robert Hobbins, Bombardier, Canada; Graham Akroyd, Akroyd Aeronautics, Australia
8.1New Structural Design 1: General
Chair(s): Ikeda, T.
Track 8
04.2 - Structural Analysis and Design, Structural Dynamics, Aeroelasticity
11. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 8.1.1 A PASSIVE-ADAPTIVE WING FOR DRAG REDUCTION
C. B. York, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
11. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 8.1.2 INVESTIGATION OF INFLUENCE OF SYNERGETIC EFFECT ON STRENGTH AND WEIGHT OF PRIMARY FRAME AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES
E. Dubovikov¹, M. Zichenkov¹, I. Mareskin¹, A. Chernov¹, A. Shanygin¹; ¹Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (TsAGI), Russia
11. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 8.1.3 A NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF THE DYNAMICS OF A TENSEGRITY-MEMBRANE STRUCTURE
L. H. Teixeira¹, J. H. Izuka, Faculty of Applied Sciences - UNICAMP, Brazil; P. Gonzalez¹, P. Kurka¹; ¹Faculty of Mechanical Engineering - UNICAMP, Brazil
11. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 8.1.4 AN XFEM FRAMEWORK FOR ONSET AND CRACK PROPAGATION FOR COMPOSITES BASED ON ACTION PLANE THEORY
M. V. Angelo¹, M. L. Ribeiro¹, V. Tita¹; ¹University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
9.1Engine Performance
Chair(s): Remy, S.
Track 9
05 - Propulsion
11. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 9.1.1 THE PHYSICS BEHIND MCHANICS AND FAILURE OF GAS TURBINE COMPONENTS IN AEROSPACE SYSTEMS
Prakash Patnaik, National Research Canada, Canada; Kuiying Chen¹, Xijia Wu¹; ¹National Research Council Canada, Canada
11. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 9.1.2 A COMPOSITE CYCLE ENGINE CONCEPT FOR YEAR 2050
S. Kaiser¹, H. Kellermann¹, M. Nickl¹, A. Seitz¹; ¹Bauhaus Luftfahrt e.V., Germany
11. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 9.1.3 APPLICATION OF "VIRTUAL" CONTROLLERS FOR INTEGRATED PROPULSION AND AIRCRAFT CONTROL
O.S. Gurevich¹, F.D. Golberg¹, S.A. Smetanin¹, N.E. Romanenko¹; ¹Central Institute of Aviation Motors, Russia
11. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 9.1.4 A ROBUST STABLE PI CONTROLLER DESIGN IN TIME-FREQUENCY DUAL DOMAINS FOR AIRCRAFT ENGINE
Nan Liu, Shanghai Aircraft Design & Research Institute, China
10.1Control for Flexible Aircraft
Chair(s): Ueno, S.
Track 10
06.1 - Flight Dynamics and Control (Control & Modelling)
11. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 10.1.1 IMPLEMENTATION OF A STABILITY AUGMENTATION SYSTEM ON A VERY FLEXIBLE AIRCRAFT
P. J. González, Instituto Tecnologico de Aeronautica (ITA), Brazil
11. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 10.1.2 ADAPTIVE OUTPUT-FEEDBACK GAIN SCHEDULING APPLIED FOR FLEXIBLE AIRCRAFT
R.B. Bertolin, ITA, Brazil
11. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 10.1.3 CONTROL OF A VERY FLEXIBLE WING WITH SIMULTANEOUS OPTIMIZATION OF THE GAIN MATRIX AND THE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE SE
M. A. V. Morales, Brazil
11. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 10.1.4 FLIGHT TESTING AN ADAPTIVE GUST LOADS ALLEVIATION ON A FLEXIBLE AIRCRAFT
Y. Wang, China Academy of Aerospace Aerodynamics, China
11.1Flight Test and Equipment
Chair(s): ,
Track 11
07 - Systems, Subsystems and Equipment
11. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 11.1.1 CORE POWER SUPPLY, FROM ENGINES TO BATTERIES – A FLIGHT TEST APPROACH
F.M. Catalano, Sao Carlos School of Engineering - University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
11. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 11.1.2 GROUND AND FLIGHT TESTING OF A MULTI-SENSOR OBSTACLE DETECTION AND TRACKING SYSTEM FOR RPAS SITUATION AWARENESS
J Gauci¹, K Theuma¹, R Archer, Hawk Aerospace, Malta; R Grech, Idox Health, Malta; D Zammit-Mangion¹; ¹University of Malta, Malta
11. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 11.1.3 POWER LINE COMMUNICATION APPLIED TO FLIGHT TEST INSTRUMENTATION
F. P. V. de Campos¹, S. A. Souza, Smarti9 Ltd., Brazil; Â. Camponogara¹, E. S. B. de Castro², L. M. C. S. Evangelista², S. D. Penna²; ¹Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, Brazil ;²Embraer S.A., Brazil
11. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 11.1.4 THERMO-VACUUM TEST CHAMBER DEVELOPMENT FOR AIRBORNE AND SPACE EQUIPMENT TESTING IN SIMULATED EXTREME CONDITIONS
J. Mašek, Brno University of Technology,Institute of Aerospace Engineering, Czech Republic
12.1Aircraft Operation 1
Chair(s): Tokuakid@mpat.go.jp, N., Lamiscarre, B.
Track 12
09 - Air Transport System Efficiency
11. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 12.1.1 ALGORITHMS AND SYSTEM FOR CURVED AND CONTINUOUS DESCENT TRAJECTORIES IMPROVING FUEL EFFICIENCY IN TMA
A. Errico¹, V. Di Vito¹; ¹CIRA – Italian Aerospace Research Center, Italy
11. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 12.1.2 PERFORMANCE COMPARISON OF A320 AND 737NG REGARDING THE VERTICAL AND AND SPEED PROFILES IN ADVANCED RNP TO XLS ARRIVALS
T Dautermann¹, T Ludwig¹, R Geister¹, L Altenscheidt¹, M Altenscheidt, NavArt, Germany; M Braschczok¹; ¹DLR, Germany
11. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 12.1.3 OPERATIONAL CONCEPT AND VALIDATION OF A NEW AIRPORT LOW-LEVEL WIND INFORMATION SYSTEM
Tomoko Iijima¹, Naoki Matayoshi¹, Shoh Ueda¹; ¹JAXA, Japan
11. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 12.1.4 SEMANTICS-BASED SUMMARIZATION OF ATM DATA TO MANAGE INFORMATION OVERLOAD IN PILOT BRIEFINGS
C. G. Schuetz¹, B. Neumayr¹, M. Schrefl¹, E. Gringinger, Frequentis AG, Austria; S. Wilson, EUROCONTROL, Belgium; ¹Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
Reserve Paper 12.1.R OPERATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF PASSENGER BOARDING STRATEGIES FOR COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT
M. Schmidt, Bauhaus Luftfahrt, Germany
Reserve Paper 12.1.R AIRCRAFT BOARDING AS PART OF AN EFFICIENT 4D TRAJECTORY
M. Schultz, DLR, Germany

12:00 - 13:00Lunch

0.3ICAS Casimiro Montenegro Filho Lecture for Innovation in Aeronautics - AGILE Project Consortium
Chair:
11. Sep 18 13:00 13:45

1.2Design Education 1
Chair(s): Rinoie, K.
Track 1
01 - Aircraft Design and Integrated Systems
11. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 1.2.1 COLLABORATIVE OPEN SOURCE AIRCRAFT DESIGN FRAMEWORK FOR EDUCATION - AGILE ACADEMY INITIATIVES AND RESULTS
P S Shivaprakasha, Germany
11. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 1.2.2 WHAT WE CAN DO TODAY TO EDUCATE AND TRAIN THE COLLABORATIVE ENGINEER OF TOMORROW
M. Spieck, Thelsys, Germany
11. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 1.2.3 EXPERIENCE WITH INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIVE AIRCRAFT DESIGN EDUCATION: AREND UAV
Lelanie Smith, University of Pretoria, South Africa; Jean, N Koster, University of Colorado, United States; Johannes Schneider, University of Stuttgart, Germany
2.2Aircraft Design
Chair(s): Isikveren, A.
Track 2
01 - Aircraft Design and Integrated Systems
11. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 2.2.1 A CASE OF SUCESS: MDO APPLIED ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMBRAER 175 ENHANCED WINGTIP
J. Cavalcanti¹, P. London¹, R. Wallach¹, P. Ciloni¹; ¹Embraer, Brazil
11. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 2.2.2 CONTAINERIZED AIR FREIGHT SYSTEM POWERED BY CRYOGENIC FUEL
V.I. Chernousov¹, A.A. Krutov¹, E.A. Pigusov¹; ¹TsAGI, Russia
11. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 2.2.3 PREDICTING AERODYNAMIC CENTER SHIFT FROM BODY EFFECTS USING NUMERICAL AND SEMI EMPIRICAL METHODS
Willem A.J. Anemaat¹, Dennis van Dommelen¹, Adam D'Silva¹, Pierson B. Sargent¹; ¹DARcorporation, United States
3.2Desktop Simulations
Chair(s): Dunyach@airbus.com, J.C., Nakashima, C.
Track 3
02 - Systems Engineering and Integration
11. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 3.2.1 VIRTUAL ENGINE: CONCEPTION, SIMULATION, MODELS, STRUCTURE AND PARTS OPTIMIZATION
Y. Temis, Central Institute of Aviation Motors, Russia
11. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 3.2.2 RESEARCH ON DESKTOP VIRTUAL INTEGRATION AND VERIFICATION OF CIVIAL AIRCRAFT
Zhichao Yao¹, Bozhi Guo, China-Russia Commercial Aircraft International Co., China; Dianhuang Xie¹, Zhengqiang Li¹; ¹Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute, China
11. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 3.2.3 A NOVEL FMI AND TLM-BASED DESKTOP SIMULATOR FOR DETAILED STUDIES OF THERMAL PILOT COMFORT
R. Hällqvist¹, J. Schminder², M. Eek¹, R. Braun², P. Krus², R. Gårdhagen²; ¹Saab Aeronautics, Sweden ;²Linköping University, Sweden
4.2High Lift Aerodynamics
Chair(s): Pedreiro, L., Nicolosi, F.
Track 4
03.1 - Aerodynamics - CFD Methods and Validation
11. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 4.2.1 CFD INVESTIGATION OF AERODYNAMIC COEFFICIENTS AND STALL CHARACTERISTICS FOR HIGH LIFT CONFIGURATIONS
R. G. da Silva¹, L. M. M. O. Carvalho², A. C. V. M. Almeida², J. L. F. Azevedo¹; ¹Instituto de Aeronáutica e Espaço, Brazil ;²Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica, Brazil
11. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 4.2.2 NUMERICAL HIGH LIFT PREDICTION ON THE JAXA STANDARD MODEL
V. Cusati¹, P. Della Vecchia¹, D. Ciliberti¹, S. Corcione¹, F. Nicolosi¹; ¹University of Naples Federico II, Italy
11. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 4.2.3 LATTICE BOLTZMANN HIGH-LIFT SIMULATIONS - A STEP BEYOND CLASSICAL CFD
B Koenig¹, D Singh¹, E Fares¹; ¹Exa GmbH, Germany
Reserve Paper 4.2.R NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION AERODYNAMICS NACELLE-STRAKE EFFECT
J.J. Broekhuijsen¹, G. Vidjaja², J.W. van der Burg², H.W.M. Hoeijmakers¹; ¹University of Twente, Netherlands ;²Airbus Operations GMBH, Germany
Reserve Paper 4.2.R A COMPREHENSIVE FRAMEWORK FOR HIGH LIFT AERODYNAMIC PREDICTION BASED ON AN IMPROVED APPROACH
M. Ruocco, Italy
5.2Advanced Transport Aircraft Concepts for Environmentally responsible Aviation
Chair(s): Collier, F.
Track 5
14 - ECSC
6.2Aircraft Structural Design I
Chair(s): Krus, P.
Track 6
04.2 - Structural Analysis and Design, Structural Dynamics, Aeroelasticity
11. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 6.2.1 A FRAMEWORK FOR UNCONVENTIONAL LANDING GEAR CONFIGURATION MODELLING
Ulrich Kling¹, Tobias Brügge¹, Fabian Peter¹, Mirko Hornung¹; ¹Bauhaus Luftfahrt e.V., Germany
11. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 6.2.2 BUCKLING/POSTBUCKLING OPTIMIZATION OF STIFFENED COMPOSITE PANELS BASED ON SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS
Lijun Dong, Chinese Aeronautical Establishment, China
11. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 6.2.3 GLOBAL-LOCAL STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF COMPOSITE WINGS
E. Carrera¹, A. Pagani¹, G. HC Silva, Embraer S.A., Brazil; ¹Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Reserve Paper 6.2.R AERODYNAMIC AND FEM ANALYSIS OF A WOODEN SEAPLANE
F. Favalli¹, M. Ferrara¹, C. Patuelli¹, A. Polla¹, S. Scarso¹, D. Tomasello¹; ¹Polytechnic of Turin, Italy
7.2Advanced Manufacturing
Chair(s): Zhu, M.
Track 7
08 - Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management
11. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 7.2.1 RISK ASSESSMENT PROCESS FOR AUTOMATED SEALING APPLICATION IN A HUMAN ROBOT COLLABORATION ENVIRONMENT - A 3D SIMULATION A
DQ Queiroz, Embraer, Brazil
11. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 7.2.2 MITIGATING THE RISKS OF PRODUCIBILITY FAILURES DURING CONCEPT PLATFORM DEVELOPMENT
J. Madrid¹, J. Landahl¹, R. Söderberg¹, H. Johsnnesson¹, J. Lööf, GKN Aerospace, Sweden; ¹Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
11. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 7.2.3 STUDIES ON AIRCRAFT ROBOT AIDED MANUFACTURING
G. J. G Lahr¹, J. V. R. Soares, Votorantim S.A., Brazil; J. O. Savazzi, EMBRAER-GPX, Brazil; G. A. P. Caurin¹; ¹University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
8.2Impact
Chair(s): Kurdelski, M.
Track 8
04.2 - Structural Analysis and Design, Structural Dynamics, Aeroelasticity
11. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 8.2.1 VERIFIED FUSELAGE SECTION WATER IMPACT MODELING
YK Song, Virginia Tech, United States
11. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 8.2.2 PREDICTING LOW-VELOCITY IMPACT DAMAGE IN COMPOSITE PANELS USING COHESIVE ELEMENT
hongquan liu¹, shengang tan¹; ¹fai, China
11. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 8.2.3 ENERGY-ABSORBING CHARACTERISTICS ANALYSIS OF COMPOSITE THIN-WALLED C-CHANNELS UNDER LOW SPEED AXIAL COMPRESSION
Jiang XIE¹, Zhenyu FENG¹, Shanshan SONG¹, Dongfang SONG¹, Xuehan Zhang¹; ¹Civil Aviation University of China, China
9.2MDO-1
Chair(s): Garnier, V., Ciampa, P.
Track 9
05 - Propulsion
11. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 9.2.1 IN-FLIGHT ACOUSTIC LOADS MEASUREMENTS ON AN ENGINE FLYING TEST BED
Yifeng Sun¹, Cyrille Breard¹, Xianping Li¹, Yadong Mei², Peng Liu², Mingbao Pang²; ¹Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute of COMAC, China ;²COMAC Flight Test Center, China
11. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 9.2.2 MULTI-DISCIPLINARY OPTIMISATION OF A TURBOPROP-POWERED UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE
NA NA, NA, Australia
11. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 9.2.3 AN AEROTHERMODYNAMIC MODEL OF AIRCRAFT ENGINE PROPULSION SYSTEMS USING OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
F. B. O. Oliveira, UFMG, Brazil
10.2Flight Modeling and Simulation
Chair(s): Doll, C.
Track 10
06.1 - Flight Dynamics and Control (Control & Modelling)
11. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 10.2.1 ON REAL-TIME SIMULATION OF FLEXIBLE AIRCRAFT WITH PHYSICS-DERIVED MODELS
J.A. Paulino, Instituto Tecnologico de Aeronautica, Brazil
11. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 10.2.2 MANEUVERABILITY ASSESSMENT FOR FAULTY AIRPLANE BY IFS WITH SIMULTANEOUS MODEL-MATCHING FOR GUST AND HANDLING RESPONSES
SATO Masayuki, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
11. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 10.2.3 BAYESIAN APPROACH TO FLIGHT CHARACTERISTICS MODELING WITH REAL FLIGHT DATA
M. Naruoka, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
Reserve Paper 10.2.R A LOW COST MODEL AIRCRAFT FLIGHT RESEARCH FACILITY IN WIND TUNNEL
B.W. NIE, National University of Defense Technology, China; L.L GUO¹, F. CEN¹, O. SENAME², L. DUGARD²; ¹China Aerodynamics Research and Development Center, China ;²Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, Grenoble INP, GIPSA-lab, France
Reserve Paper 10.2.R MONTE-CARLO EVALUATION OF CONTROL LAW FOR HIGH ALTITUDE FLIGHT TEST OF MARS AIRPLANE
K Fujita¹, H Nagai¹, H Tokutake, Kanazawa University, Japan; A Oyama, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA, Japan; ¹Institute of Fluid Science, Tohoku University, Japan
Reserve Paper 10.2.R DATA-DRIVEN FAILURE IDENTIFICATION USING A MOTION-BASED SIMULATOR
A. D. Kraemer¹, E. Villani¹; ¹Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (ITA), Brazil
11.2De-Icing
Chair(s): ,
Track 11
07 - Systems, Subsystems and Equipment
11. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 11.2.1 DE-ICING PHENOMENA MODELLED BY FINITE ELEMENT MODELS
V. DE SIMONE¹, R. SCIGLIANO¹, P. CATALANO¹; ¹Italian Aerospace Research Centre (CIRA), Italy
11. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 11.2.2 DETECTING HIGH-ALTITUDE ICE CRYSTAL ICING EVENTS FROM TAT ANAOMALIES
R. M. Arnaldo Valdés, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain
11. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 11.2.3 NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF ICE ACCRETION INFLUENCED BY AN ANTI-ICING HEATING SYSTEM
Krzysztof Szilder, Aerospace, National Research Council, Canada; Edward P. Lozowski, University of Alberta, Canada
Reserve Paper 11.2.R CALCULATION OF WATER FILM FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER ON THE AIRCRAFT ANTI-ICING SURFACE
Mei Zheng¹, Tao Wu¹, Zhiqiang Guo¹, Wei Dong¹; ¹Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
12.2Air Transportation Network
Chair(s): Zhang, X., Kuegler, D.
Track 12
09 - Air Transport System Efficiency
11. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 12.2.1 A SIMULATION MODELING STUDY FOR FREE ROUTING AIRSPACE IN JAPAN
Kota: K. Kageyama¹, Y: Y. Yoichi¹; ¹ENRI, Japan
11. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 12.2.2 EVALUATION OF THE POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF HYBRID-ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT ON THE GLOBAL AIR TRANSPORTATION NETWORK SYSTEM
G. Tay¹, S. Gillen¹, R. Rothfeld, Bauhaus Luftfahrt e.V., Germany; M. Hornung¹; ¹Technical University of Munich, Germany
11. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 12.2.3 DYNAMIC AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT FOR ENHANCED ATM SAFETY AND EFFICIENCY
A. G. Gardi, RMIT University, Australia
Reserve Paper 12.2.R STUDY ON THE LARGE-AREA FLIGHT DELAY RECOVERY
Zhaoning Zhang¹, Jinghua Wang¹; ¹Civil Aviation University of China, China

15:30 - 16:00Break

1.3NATO Hybrid/Electric Initiative
Chair(s): Isikveren, A.
Track 1
01 - Aircraft Design and Integrated Systems
11. Sep 18 16:00 16:30 1.3.1 NATO RESEARCH TASK GROUP: HYBRID/ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT DESIGN AND STANDARDS FOR RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY (HEADSTART)
F. Grauer, Germany
11. Sep 18 16:30 17:00 1.3.2 FLIGHT TEST OF A FUEL-CELL/BATTERY/SUPERCAPACITOR TRIPLE HYBRID UAV PROPULSION SYSTEM
A. Gong¹, J. Palmer, Defence Science and Technology Group, Australia; D. Verstraete¹; ¹The University of Sydney, Australia
11. Sep 18 17:00 17:30 1.3.3 KEY PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS FOR FUTURE NATO HYBRID/ELECTRIC MILITARY AIR VEHICLES
W. Dyson, National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA), United States
11. Sep 18 17:30 18:00 1.3.4 COORDINATING INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN HYBRID/ELECTRIC FLIGHT
n/a Kloeckner, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR), Germany
2.3Supersonic and Hypersonic Vehicles
Chair(s): Goraj, Z.
Track 2
01 - Aircraft Design and Integrated Systems
11. Sep 18 16:00 16:30 2.3.1 NEURAL NETWORK DRIVEN ADJOINT SOLVER BETWEEN FLIGHT-PATH OPTIMIZATION AND PANEL METHOD FOR AIRCRAFT DESIGN
Morita Naoto, the University of Tokyo, Japan
11. Sep 18 16:30 17:00 2.3.2 RDTE AND PRODUCTION COSTS ESTIMANTION RELATIONSHIPS FOR THE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF HYPERSONIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
R. Fusaro¹, V Vercella¹, D. Ferretto¹, N. Viola¹, V. Fernandez Villace², J. Steelant²; ¹Politecnico di Torino, Italy ;²ESA-ESTEC, Netherlands
11. Sep 18 17:00 17:30 2.3.3 ANALYSIS OF THE INFLUENCE OF THE EXTERNAL CONFIGURATION ON THE WAVE DRAG OF SUPERSONIC BUSINESS JETS
A.M Abdalla¹, M.U. Urzedo¹, M. Calvo, École de l’air - French Air Force Academy, France; R.C. Munjulury, Linkoping University, Sweden; ¹University of São Paulo - USP - Brazil, Brazil
11. Sep 18 17:30 18:00 2.3.4 ANALYSIS OF LOW-BOOM CHARACTERISTICS OF SUPERSONIC WAVERIDER
Potsawat Boonjaipetch, Tohoku University, Japan
Reserve Paper 2.3.R AN EFFICIENT FRAMEWORK FOR AERODYNAMIC CONFIGURATION EVOLUTION OF REENTRY VEHICELES
Moein M. Entezari¹, Meysam Mohammadi-Amin¹; ¹ARI, Iran
3.3Systems Engineering Cases
Chair(s): Krus, P., Molino-Cristobal, A.
Track 3
02 - Systems Engineering and Integration
11. Sep 18 16:00 16:30 3.3.1 MODEL-BASED CONTROL LOGICS DEVELOPMENT OF AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS
V. L. Takase¹, H. H. Sano¹; ¹EMBRAER S.A., Brazil
11. Sep 18 16:30 17:00 3.3.2 COUPLING OF PREDESIGN AND PERFORMANCE TOOLS FOR TRANSIENT AIRCRAFT ENGINE ANALYSES
M. Vieweg¹, F. Wolters¹, R.-G. Becker¹, C. Klein¹, S. Reitenbach¹; ¹German Aerospace Center , Germany
11. Sep 18 17:00 17:30 3.3.3 A 7D TRADE
Doug Howarth, MEE Inc., United States
11. Sep 18 17:30 18:00 3.3.4 BUILDING INNOVATIVE BUSINESS MODELS IN AERONAUTICS INDUSTRY: SOME LESSONS FROM THE BIONIC AIRCRAFT PROJECT
LP Pereira, Federal University of ABC, Brazil
4.3CFD Applications
Chair(s): Santos, L., Cenko, A.
Track 4
03.1 - Aerodynamics - CFD Methods and Validation
11. Sep 18 16:00 16:30 4.3.1 CFD VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION FOR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
M Mani¹, A-W Cary¹; ¹Boeing, United States
11. Sep 18 16:30 17:00 4.3.2 SHIP-HELICOPTER OPERATIONAL LIMITATION ENVELOPE DEFINITION WITH CFD RESULTS AND WIND TUNNEL DATA
C. F. Rafael¹, G. A. L. da Silva¹, M. J. M. Guedes, Brazilian Navy, Brazil; ¹Aerothermal Solutions and Software Distributor, Brazil
11. Sep 18 17:00 17:30 4.3.3 CFD-BASED STUDY OF DAMAGE LOCATION INFLUENCE ON AERODYNAMICS OF WINGS WITH SINGLE AND DOUBLE THROUGH HOLES
Z.W. Chen¹, Y Pei¹, X.W. Yang¹, H Ma¹; ¹Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
11. Sep 18 17:30 18:00 4.3.4 NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF OPERATING PROCESS ELEMENTS FOR COMBUSTION CHAMBERS OF PERSPECTIVE GTE
P.A. Semenev, Central Institute of Aviation Motors, Russia
Reserve Paper 4.3.R LAUNCHER AERODYNAMIC ANALYSIS WITH PLUME EFFECTS
Giuseppe Pezzella, Italian Aerospace Research Centre, Italy
Reserve Paper 4.3.R SIMULATION OF TRANSONIC FLOW OVER SPACE VEHICLE
N.V. Palchekovskaya, MIPT, Russia
5.3Wind Tunnel Test Technology
Chair(s): Hermans, C.
Track 5
03.2 - Experimental Aerodynamics
11. Sep 18 16:00 16:30 5.3.1 ADAPTIVE DESIGN OF EXPERIMENT BASED ON GAUSSIAN PROCESS MODELS WITH NONSTATIONARY KERNEL APPLIED TO WIND TUNNEL TESTING
U.H. Choi¹, J.H. Kim¹, Y.B. Lee, Agency for Defense Development, South Korea; J.M. Ahn¹; ¹KAIST, South Korea
11. Sep 18 16:30 17:00 5.3.2 RLG BASED REAL-TIME MODEL ATTITUDE DETERMINATION SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT FOR LARGE LOW SPEED FACILITY OF CARDC
Fan Litao¹, Huang Zhiyuan¹, Wu Zhigang¹; ¹CARDC, China
11. Sep 18 17:00 17:30 5.3.3 ROTATING SHAFT BALANCE DESIGN AND CALIBRATION FOR CROR TESTING
V.S. Manvelyan, TsAGI, Russia
11. Sep 18 17:30 18:00 5.3.4 THE INFLUENCE OF SPIV DATA PROCESSING PARAMETERS ON AIRCRAFT WING WAKE VORTEX ASSESSMENT
K. Garry¹, D. Di Pasquale¹, S. Prince¹, N. Lawson¹; ¹Cranfield University, United Kingdom
6.3Aircraft Structural Design II
Chair(s): Ireman, T.
Track 6
04.2 - Structural Analysis and Design, Structural Dynamics, Aeroelasticity
11. Sep 18 16:00 16:30 6.3.1 STRUCTURAL DESIGN OF THE LARUS QR-15 SAILPLANE WING
J. Laguardia, Univesidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil; L. Pereira, Universidade Federal de Minhas Gerais, Brazil; D. Azevedo, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil
11. Sep 18 16:30 17:00 6.3.2 PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF A WARPING WING CONFIGURATION IN ROLLING CONTROL
E. Cestino¹, G. Frulla¹, A. Lanzillotti¹; ¹Politecnico di Torino, Italy
11. Sep 18 17:00 17:30 6.3.3 STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF A QUADROTOR FIXED-WING HYBRID UAV WING
W Fang, China; H Ma, China; H Zhang, China
11. Sep 18 17:30 18:00 6.3.4 STRUCTURAL SIZING OF A ROTORCRAFT FUSELAGE USING AN INTEGRATED DESIGN APPROACH
D.B. Schwinn¹, P. Weiand¹, M. Schmid¹, M. Buchwald¹; ¹German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Reserve Paper 6.3.R AN ACTIVE-PASSIVE NONLINEAR FINITE ELEMENT MODEL FOR ELECTROMECHANICAL COMPOSITE MORPHING BEAMS
R. B Olympio¹, M. V. Donadon¹, S. G. P Castro, EMBRAER, Brazil; ¹ITA, Brazil
7.3Optimization
Chair(s): Jamison, K.
Track 7
03.4 - Applied Aerodynamics
11. Sep 18 16:00 16:30 7.3.1 MULTI-POINTS AERODYNAMIC OPTIMIZATION DESIGN OF A DUAL-AISLE AIRPLANE WING
R.Z. LI¹, M. ZHANG², M.H. ZHANG², Y.F. ZHANG¹, H.X. CHEN¹; ¹Tsinghua University, China ;²Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute, China
11. Sep 18 16:30 17:00 7.3.2 MULTILEVEL COLLABORATIVE AERODYNAMIC DESIGN OPTIMIZATION BASED ON SOBOL’ GLOBAL SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS
Chao Wang¹, Zhenghong Gao¹, Pei Liu¹, Yang Na¹, Xinqi Zhu¹; ¹Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
11. Sep 18 17:00 17:30 7.3.3 SURROGATE-BASED OPTIMIZATION METHOD APPLIED TO MULTIDISCIPLINARY DESIGN OPTIMIZATION ARCHITECTURES
C. -Z. Xu¹, Z. -H. Han¹, K. -S. Zhang¹, W. -P. Song¹; ¹Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
11. Sep 18 17:30 18:00 7.3.4 COMBINING ADJOINT-BASED AND SURROGATE-BASED OPTIMIZATIONS FOR BENCHMARK AERODYNAMIC DESIGN PROBLEMS
H. Wang¹, Z. -H. Han¹, S. -Q. Han¹, Y. Zhang¹, C. -Z. Xu¹, W. -P. Song¹; ¹Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
Reserve Paper 7.3.R OPTIMIZATION DESIGN OF ADAPTIVE WING COUPLED AERODYNAMIC AND STRUCTURAL CONSTRAINTS
J Guan, China Aerodynamic Research and Development Center , China
Reserve Paper 7.3.R WING TWIST OPTIMISATION OF A BENCHMARK PROBLEM USING TWO AERODYNAMIC SOLVERS
G. Yang¹, A. Da Ronch¹, D. Kharlamov¹, J. Drofelnik¹; ¹University of Southampton, United Kingdom
8.3Aeroelasticity 4: High Aspect Ratio Aircraft
Chair(s): Cesnik, C., Amiryants, G.
Track 8
04.2 - Structural Analysis and Design, Structural Dynamics, Aeroelasticity
11. Sep 18 16:00 16:30 8.3.1 INVESTIGATION OF PROPELLER INFLUENCE ON STALL AND DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF VERY FLEXIBLE AIRCRAFT
P. C. Teixeira¹, C. E. S. Cesnik¹; ¹University of Michigan, United States
11. Sep 18 16:30 17:00 8.3.2 REDUCED ORDER MODELS FOR NONLINEAR AEROELASTICITY
R. R. Medeiros¹, C. E. S. Cesnik¹, E. B. Coetzee, Airbus Operations, United Kingdom; ¹University of Michigan, United States
11. Sep 18 17:00 17:30 8.3.3 NONLINEAR STATIC AEROELASTIC AND TRIM ANALYSIS OF HIGHLY FLEXIBLE AIRCRAFT
Chi Zhang¹, Zhou Zhou¹, Pu Meng¹; ¹Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
11. Sep 18 17:30 18:00 8.3.4 AEROELASTIC WIND TUNNEL EXPERIMENT OF A HIGH-ASPECT-RATIO WING MODEL AGAINST GEOMETRICAL NON-LINEARITY
Qian Wei¹, Bai Yuguang¹, Zeng Huihua, Shenyang Aircraft Design Institute, China; Yang Rui¹; ¹Dalian University of Technology, China
9.3MDO-2 AGILE
Chair(s): Mirzoyan, A.
Track 9
05 - Propulsion
11. Sep 18 16:00 16:30 9.3.1 MDO OF PROPULSION SYSTEM FOR ADVANCED CIVIL AIRCRAFT IN AGILE PROJECT COLLABORATIVE MDO ENVIRONMENT
A.A. Isyanov, CIAM, Russia
11. Sep 18 16:30 17:00 9.3.2 STUDIES IN AGILE PROJECT COLLABORATIVE MDO ENVIRONMENT ON PROPULSION AND ON-BOARD SYSTEMS MATCHING FOR ADVANCED AIRCRAFT
A. Mirzoyan¹, A. Isianov¹, A. Maximov¹, M. Fioriti², L. Boggero²; ¹CIAM, Russia ;²Politecnico di Torino, Italy
11. Sep 18 17:00 17:30 9.3.3 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PS AND AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS IN COLLECTIVE MDO SYSTEM IN AGILE PROJECT
P.D. Toktaliev, Central Institute of Aviation Motors, Russia
11. Sep 18 17:30 18:00 9.3.4 PROPULSION SYSTEM - AIRFRAME INTEGRATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF CIVIL AIRCRAFT- AGILE EU PROJECT
P S Shivaprakasha, German Aerospace Center, Germany
10.3Flight Trajectory Design
Chair(s): Tsuchiya, T.
Track 10
06.1 - Flight Dynamics and Control (Control & Modelling)
11. Sep 18 16:00 16:30 10.3.1 BI-LEVEL TRAJECTORY OPTIMIZATION BY STOCHASTIC COLLOCATION FOR UNCERTAINTY INTERVAL CALCULATION
P. Piprek¹, F. Holzapfel¹; ¹Technical University of Munich, Germany
11. Sep 18 16:30 17:00 10.3.2 LNAS - A PILOT ASSISTANCE SYSTEM FOR LOW-NOISE APPROACHES WITH MINIMAL FUEL CONSUMPTION
F. Abdelmoula¹, M. Scholz¹; ¹DLR Institute of Flight Systems, Germany
11. Sep 18 17:00 17:30 10.3.3 USING SENSITIVITY PENALTIES TO ROBUSTIFY THE OPTIMAL REENTRY TRAJECTORY OF A HYPERSONIC VEHICLE
T. Akman¹, J. Diepolder¹, B. Grüter¹, F. Holzapfel¹; ¹Technical University of Munich, Germany
11. Sep 18 17:30 18:00 10.3.4 NEW APPROACH FOR INVESTIGATION OF MAXIMUM-RANGE AIRCRAFT TRAJECTORIES
A.E. Sagalakov¹, A.S. Filatyev¹; ¹TsAGI, Russia
11.3Electro Mechanical Actuation Systems
Chair(s): Mare, J.C.
Track 11
07 - Systems, Subsystems and Equipment
11. Sep 18 16:00 16:30 11.3.1 FORCE FIGHT COMPENSATION FOR REDUNDANT ELECTRO-MECHANICAL FLIGHT CONTROL ACTUATORS
R. Kowalski¹, J. Windelberg¹, R. Ladner², M. Rottach²; ¹German Aerospace Center (DLR e.V.), Germany ;²Liebherr-Aerospace Lindenberg GmbH, Germany
11. Sep 18 16:30 17:00 11.3.2 A MORE INTEGRATED DESIGN APPROACH FOR EMBEDDED SYSTEMS: APPLICATION TO ELECTRICAL THRUST REVERSER ACTUATION SYSTEMS
Scott Delbecq¹, Marc Budinger, Institut Clément Ader (UMR CNRS 5312), France; Jérôme Piaton¹; ¹Safran Electronics & Defense, France
11. Sep 18 17:00 17:30 11.3.3 POSITION SYNCHRONIZATION OF AEROSPACE ELECTROMECHANICAL ACTUATORS FOR DISTRIBUTED ELECTRICAL ACTUATION SYSTEM
J. FU¹, J.-C. MARE, INSA-Toulouse, France; Y. FU¹; ¹Beihang University, China
11. Sep 18 17:30 18:00 11.3.4 PIO SUSCEPTIBILITY IN FLY-BY-WIRE SYSTEMS
H. C Moura¹, G. S. P. Alegre¹, J. H. Bidinotto¹, E. M. Belo¹; ¹University of São Paulo, Engineering School of São Carlos, Brazil
12.3Air Transportation Efficiency
Chair(s): Tomcko, I.
Track 12
09 - Air Transport System Efficiency
11. Sep 18 16:00 16:30 12.3.1 DECISION-MAKING INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR MULTIMODAL DISRUPTION MANAGEMENT: SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE AND CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS
FJS Jiménez Serrano, Hamad International Airport (Qatar Airways), Qatar
11. Sep 18 16:30 17:00 12.3.2 IMPLEMENTATION OF ECO-EFFICIENT PROCEDURES TO MITIGATE THE CLIMATE IMPACT OF NON-CO2 EFFECTS
M. Niklaß¹, B. Lührs, Technische Universität Hamburg (TUHH), Germany; V. Grewe¹, V. Gollnick¹; ¹ Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR), Germany
11. Sep 18 17:00 17:30 12.3.3 AN ATC ORIENTED INTERFACE FOR MULTI-AIRCRAFT OPTIMISATION FOR CLIMBS AND DESCENTS
A. Spiteri, University of Malta, Malta
11. Sep 18 17:30 18:00 12.3.4 THE GLOBAL FUEL SAVING POTENTIAL OF INTERMEDIATE STOP OPERATIONS CONSIDERING METEOROLOGICAL AND OPERATIONAL INFLUENCES
F. Linke, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Reserve Paper 12.3.R QUANTIFICATION OF FORMATION FLIGHT BENEFITS UNDER CONSIDERATION OF UNCERTAINTIES ON FUEL PLANNING
M. Swaid, Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Germany

0.4ICAS Speed Mentoring: For all early careers (students and young professionals) Meeting professionals from companies, research institutes, and universities in aeronautics all over the world
Chair: E. Itoh
11. Sep 18 18:00 19:30