Aircraft Design, Testing and Performance

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2nd Annual Project Workshop MEGADESIGN


The German national project MEGADESIGN and the complementary DLR project MegaOpt deal with "Aerodynamic Simulation and Optimization in Aircraft Design". The current status of work and related results ...
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Flight Facility Braunschweig


The DLR Flight Facility Braunschweig is a major test site for aerodynamic research, in-flight simulation and testing of flight management, air traffic management and remote sensing systems. It operate...
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Unsteady Aerodynamic Modelling


The knowledge of unsteady aerodynamic loads acting on an aircraft structure, which is moving either uniformly (steady) or accelerated (manoeuvring or oscillating), or within an unsteady environment (a...
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ATTAS


The flight test bed VFW614/ATTAS is based on the two engine, short haul, 44-seats passenger jet VFW614, which was developed and built in the seventies in Bremen/Germany by the VFW-Fokker company (toda...
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Related Topics: Aircraft Stability and Control Aircraft Design, Testing and Performance Avionics and Aircraft Instrumentation

Fuselage and Cabin Design (Field of Research)


The aircraft cabin needs to find the right compromise between comfort and efficiency. Requirements by operators change the way the cabin and the fuselage will be designed in future aircraft.
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Fuselage and Cabin Design


The aircraft cabin needs to find the right compromise between comfort and efficiency. Requirements by operators change the way the cabin and the fuselage will be designed in future aircraft.
http://www.dlr.de/lk/en/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-8741/15064_read-37339/
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