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CS2-U-HARWARD Project @ 10th EASN Conference

By |2022-04-14T13:41:02+02:00June 11th, 2021|News|

The Coordinator of U-HARWARD was invited to present the project in a dedicated session to illustrate the winners of the 2020 THT calls. U-HARWARD project, in response to the call JTI-CS2-2019-CFP10-THT-07: Ultra-High Aspect ratio wings, will consider the use of innovative aerodynamic and aeroelastic designs in a multi-fidelity multi-disciplinary optimal design approach to facilitate

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CS2-U-HARWARD Project kick-off meeting, May 11, 2020

By |2022-04-14T13:40:35+02:00June 11th, 2021|News|

Project U-HARWARD, Ultra High Aspect Ratio Wing Advanced Research and Designs, in response to the topic JTI-CS2-2019-CFP10-THT-07, aims to facilitate the development of Ultra-High aspect ratio wings for medium and large transport aircraft by the use of innovative aerodynamic and aeroelastic designs in a multi-fidelity multi-disciplinary optimal design approach. During the kick-off meeting the

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U-Harward Project | Ultra High Aspect Ratio Wing Advanced Research and Designs

U-HARWARD will consider the use of innovative aerodynamic and aeroelastic designs in a multi-fidelity multi-disciplinary optimal design approach to facilitate the development of Ultra-High aspect ratio wings for large transport aircraft. A conceptual design study, building on the current state of the art, will perform trade-off studies to determine the potential gains of different wing configurations and loads alleviation concepts in terms of aerodynamics, weight, noise, fuel-burn and range. Scaled model wind tunnel tests will be used to validate parametric variations in the aerodynamic and acoustic characteristics. Starting from a reference aircraft, the preliminary design of the best candidate configuration will be completed and the estimated gains validated using high fidelity tools and a larger scale aeroelastic test.

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