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SUSTAINair | SUSTAINablility increase of lightweight, multifunctional and intelligent airframe and engine parts

Goal: The SUSTAINair project (H2020 RIA) aims to address each stage of the component value chain by developing and introducing novel concepts and techniques that will shape design, manufacturing, maintenance, repair, overhaul and recycling processes for lightweight, multifunctional and intelligent airframe and engine parts.

January 2021 - June 2024

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Date: 1 January 2021

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Christoph Kralovec and Martin Schagerl from SUSTAINair partner Johannes-Kepler University Linz presented the project's novel approaches to Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) applications for condition-based damage diagnostics in aircraft at the European Workshop on SHM - the EWSHM 2022 - in Palermo. It was the 10th meeting of the international SHM community.
Kralovec and Schagerl further contributed to the EWSHM 2022 conference proceedings with their paper titled "Identification of Contact Acoustic Nonlinearities of Subsurface Cracks Located at Free-Edges".
The abstract of Kralovec and Schagerl’s paper “Identification of Contact Acoustic Nonlinearities of Subsurface Cracks Located at Free-Edges” is available here:
The conference proceedings of the EWSHM 2022 are further available on the page of publisher Springer Cham: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-031-07254-3
 
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SUSTAINair partner TU Delft presented SUSTAINair and preliminary results of the project, in the form of a a finite element model of CFRP/Titanium single-lap shear joints reinforced with additively manufactured pins, manufactured by SUSTAINair partners DLR and INVENT.
The full poster by Arne Schiller from TU Delft is available in attachment:
 
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Check out the SUSTAINair project website, which is live at https://www.sustainair.eu/
 
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The SUSTAINair project (H2020 RIA) aims to address each stage of the component value chain by developing and introducing novel concepts and techniques that will shape design, manufacturing, maintenance, repair, overhaul and recycling processes for lightweight, multifunctional and intelligent airframe and engine parts.
January 2021 - June 2024
#additivemanufacturing
#laserphysics
#composites
#metals
#aeronautics
#aerospace
#aircraft
#aviation