Additive manufacturing – or 3D metal printing – can give designers of aeronautical engines unimaginable opportunities in terms of geometric freedom and design flexibility.
The Clean Sky Academy: Connecting students with clean aviation innovation
27 July 2020
Dr. Jean-François Brouckaert introduces the Clean Sky Academy, an initiative that aims to better engage students in Clean Sky’s activities, as they will be the engineers and innovators of the future.
And the winner is….
26 July 2020
Drumroll please… announcing the winners of Clean Sky’s Best PhD Award!
Dongle AIM: A revolutionary revamp for aircraft ground testing systems
20 July 2020
Ground tests are carried out to verify that aircraft systems (fuel, hydraulic, pneumatic, oxygen, fire extinguishing, flight control, mission, etc.) perform properly under certain determined conditions.
MACAO: the quest for cleaner cabin air
13 July 2020
Clean Sky's MACAO project is developing the tools to monitor and ultimately address issues of cabin air contamination, raising the standards of air quality for European aviation.
ELECTRA’s Bleedless Cabin Compressor system breezes past its Preliminary Design Review
06 July 2020
The ELECTRA project successfully passed its Preliminary Design Review, held from May 6 to May 11 this year.
Aerodynamic and sustainable rotor head developed by FURADO for RACER
29 June 2020
The RACER (Rapid and Cost-Effective Rotorcraft) demonstrator is combining the best of fixed-wing aircraft and rotorcraft to develop a new configuration of helicopter...
Hydrogen-powered aviation: preparing for take-off
22 June 2020
Hydrogen as an energy source will play a key role in transforming aviation into a zero-carbon / climate-neutral system over the next few decades.
Join us for “Hydrogen-powered aviation: preparing for take-off”
12 June 2020
A fact-based study on the technological and economic aspects of H2-powered aviation, its feasibility and impact on climate will be presented on 22 June 2020.
DIMES tests innovative monitoring system for next-gen aircraft
08 June 2020
A prototype measurement system for monitoring the condition of aircraft structures has been installed in a full-scale test rig at EMPA in Duebendorf, outside Zurich, under Clean Sky 2’s DIMES project.