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MORPHO H2020

Goal: An H2020-funded project to develop, design and validate an innovative, robust, and environmentally friendly industrial process to manufacture, monitor during service and recycle the new generation of intelligent, multifunctional, multi-material structures such as engine fan blades.

Date: 14 April 2021 - 1 April 2024

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Starting in April 2021 and spanning 3.5 years – until September 2024- with a budget of €5 million financed by the Horizon 2020 programme, MORPHO is an industrial research project whose ambition is to accompany the development of smart aeronautical structures, namely engine fan blades, to endow them with cognitive capabilities, and to optimise their manufacturing and their life cycle management.
MORPHO proposes to embed printed and fiber-optical sensors in aircraft engine fan blades, thus providing them with cognitive capabilities while they are manufactured. The parallel development of digital/hybrid twin models will drastically improve the blades' Life Cycle Management. Throughout the project, demonstrators will be developed to analyse and validate the proposed methods and tools.
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An H2020-funded project to develop, design and validate an innovative, robust, and environmentally friendly industrial process to manufacture, monitor during service and recycle the new generation of intelligent, multifunctional, multi-material structures such as engine fan blades.