Research and Support Facilities (Air)

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Network AERONET III - Aircraft Emissions and Reduction Technologies


25 partners from 9 European countries are members of AERONET. They rank among industry (aircraft and engine builders, aviation and oil companies, airport operators), universities and research institut...
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Related Topics: Research and Support Facilities (Air) Aircraft Communications and Navigation

Air Transport in Germany


Air transport covering a traffic volume of more than 190 million passengers in Germany in 2008 has mainly been handled at around 25 international airports. The largest airport is Frankfurt/Main with a...
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Training in the ATS – Apron and Tower Simulator


Prior to the implementation of new operational procedures and infrastructures at airports and aircraft the operating staff can be educated and trained in a real time test environment. Thus a smooth pr...
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Virtual Institute - Airport Planing and Management


Goal of the Virtual Institute is the development and verification of capacity functions for runways at airports which incorporate traffic quality assessment in addition to traffic volume as it is done...
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Flight Performance


To minimise the impact of adverse conditions (wind gusts, wind shear and wake vortices etc.) on the flight performance, automated flight control systems and evasion-manoeuvre methods are developed. Th...
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Related Topics: Research and Support Facilities (Air) Meteorology and Climatology

Investigation of the operability of noise-optimised approaches by pilots


Within the research area „Quiet Traffic“ a new approach procedure was examined with respect to flight safety and acceptance by pilots. Two procedures – a standard approach (LDLP) and a procedure that ...
http://www.dlr.de/me/en/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-2008/2931_read-4497/
Related Topics: Research and Support Facilities (Air) Acoustics Behavioral Sciences

Topography of airports


From the topography of a measured airport to the presentation on a display.
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