Highlights

Find hereafter a list of stories and highlights on Clean Sky projects and topics as well as interviews from key players

  • 15/04/2014

    Maria ROSANNE Project Manager, CORSO MAGENTA   Stanislas CHEVALLIER CEO, CORSO MAGENTA schevallier@corso-magenta.com   CORSO MAGENTA, a French S.M.E. (www.corso-magenta.com) develops a...
  • 31/03/2014

    The AFSIAL project (Advanced Fuselage and wing Structure based on Innovative Aluminium Lithium alloy) aims to develop and demonstrate innovative laser beam welding methods for new civil aircraft...
  • 03/03/2014

    The INARAS project was launched with the objective to achieve the application of riblets on big curved surfaces and to test aspects such as edge detection between layers and pressure control while...
  • 28/02/2014

      SERTEC has 20 years of experience as an SME company which has worked primarily in the aeronautical and defense industries worldwide, mainly developing engineering projects, tooling, testing,...
  • 30/01/2014

    On behalf of AeroTex UK   The European Union 'Clean Sky' Joint Technology Initiative is a research program aimed at developing breakthrough technologies which will significantly improve the...
  • 30/01/2014

    Alenia Aermacchi composite fuselage OPB demonstrator pre-production manufacturing (PPM) came to light in December 2013. The One Piece Barrel (2,9 mt length and 3,5 mt diameter) has been realised with...
  • 10/12/2013

    ICARO (In-field CFRP surfaces Contamination Assessment by an aRtificial Olfaction tool) is a research project belonging to the Smart Fixed Wing Aircraft ITD framework. The goal was the development of...
  • 22/10/2013

    In September 2013, Airbus has confirmed the technical feasibility of the contra-rotating open rotor technology (CROR) aircraft concept and the intention to continue with its research with the support...
  • 14/10/2013

    Aircraft engines of the future will have to be quieter, more fuel-efficient and cleaner than the engines in service today. MTU Aero Engines has been working for years on new technologies to further improve the environmental compatibility of future engines. Read the article from Martina Vollmuth, Press Officer Aviation, MTU
  • 14/10/2013

    The Leading Edge Actuation Topology Design and Demonstrator (LeaTop) project is a research project which was carried out under the Green Regional Aircraft ITD. The goal of the project was to design, develop, manufacture and test a morphing leading edge. Morphing leading edge technology is of great interest to aircraft manufacturers since a seamless continuous surface of the morphed airfoil still allows for a laminar flow over the wing.
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