Aircraft Design, Testing and Performance

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DR 400


The DR400 is mainly used for towing gliders which are subject of performance and handling qualities evaluation. Furthermore, the DR 400/200R is used as a light transport aircraft and for pilots’ curre...
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CELPACT


Within the research project CELPACT funded by the European Union the coordination lies in the hands of the Institute of Structures and Design. Additionly, the Institute accomplishes both explicit FE s...
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Digital-X


The target course of the program system Digital-X is the computer-based design of aircraft and the virtual flight testing of these systems. The long-term goal is the development of an integrated softw...
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CPACS


The Common Parametric Aircraft Configuration Schema (CPACS) is a data definition for the air transportation system. CPACS enables engineers to exchange information between their models. It is therefor...
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Life cycle Assessment of Magnesium in Vehicle Construction


The Institute of Vehicle Concepts has completed the study “Life cycle Assessment (LCA) of Magnesium in Vehicle Construction” which has been initiated by the International Magnesium Association (IMA).
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High-Lift


High-Lift is the keyword for technologies dealing with future aircraft providing the required lift at low flight velocities as well as allowing for novel wing designs.
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