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CS2-U-HARWARD Project: Finalization of aeroacoustics test @UNIVBRIS

By |2022-11-28T15:04:19+02:00September 30th, 2022|News|

September 2022 The aeroacoustic tests on the flapped wing section model equipped with a representative strut has been successfully completed by UNIVBRIS at the aeroacoustic wind tunnel available at University of Bristol. The relevant results will support the final project assessment.

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CS2-U-HARWARD Project @ 3rd European Workshop on MDO

By |2022-11-28T15:02:58+02:00September 20th, 2022|News|

September 20, 2022 The Coordinator of U-HARWARD was invited to present the project at 3rd European Workshop on MDO on Industrial Applications in Aeronautics – Toward Greener Aviation, organized by ONERA, DLR and IRT Saint-Exupéry at in IHES - Paris (Bures-sur-Yvette) September 2022. During the workshop ONERA presented some recent results achieved under the

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CS2-U-HARWARD Project: Design finalization of AE1 Wind Tunnel Model

By |2022-11-28T15:03:55+02:00July 1st, 2022|News|

July 2022 The mechanical design of the wind tunnel model named AE1 has been completed by IBK. The model is composed by the wing plus the strut and will be tested at POLIMI’s Large Wind Tunnel facility for flutter investigation. It is an aeroelastic model, constant Froude scaled by POLIMI with respect to the

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CS2-U-HARWARD Project @ 2022 AIAA SCITECH FORUM

By |2022-11-28T15:01:53+02:00January 5th, 2022|News|

January 22, 2022 Three presentations have been given by U-HARWARD consortium during 2022 AIAA SCITECH FORUM held in San Diego, CA, 3-7 January 2022, in a Clean Aviation Special Session: Advanced Aircraft Concepts and Configurations

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CS2-U-HARWARD Project Assessment Review @ End of First Reporting Period

By |2022-11-28T15:02:26+02:00June 11th, 2021|News|

June 11th, 2021 Project U-HARWARD, Ultra High Aspect Ratio Wing Advanced Research and Designs successfully passed the Project Assessment review meeting at the end of First Reporting Period.

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CS2-U-HARWARD Project kick-off meeting

By |2022-11-28T14:59:25+02:00May 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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CS2-U-HARWARD Project @ 10th EASN Conference

By |2022-11-28T15:00:43+02:00September 3rd, 2020|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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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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