As part of the project, methods and standards are being developed for the use and development of digital twins at DLR.
Since 2021, six DLR institutes and facilities have been working on the 3DCeraTurb project to realize novel turbine blades based on fiber-reinforced ceramics (CMC) and metallic 3D printing.
As part of the TB-Rumpf project, the autoclave-free consolidation of thermoplastic laminates and resistance welding are being further developed and validated as technology bricks for future thermoplastic aircraft fuselages.
The virtual engine platform is based on the close multidisciplinary collaboration of several DLR institutes.
Factory of the Future
The Factory of the Future Project is a DLR-wide project, in which a total of ten institutes are involved.
A Tool-Based Methodology for Developing Software for Dynamic Robot Teams.
Thermoplastic composites, thermoplastic advanced fibre placement (T-AFP), in-situ consolidation (ISC), flashlamp heating, continuous ultrasonic welding (cUS), resistance welding (RW), MFFD Project.
The Urban Rescue Project deals with different rotorcraft configurations (helicopters and eVTOLs) that are necessary for urban rescue scenarios.
The lntegrated Digital Research Platform Project for Mordable Satellites (IRAS) is an integrated development platform for low-cost satellites.
Efficient, flexible heating technology by induction.
This project is for the realization of a radically lightweight aircraft fuselage to achieve maximum flight range with minimum energy consumption.