TU Wien auf der Farnborough Airshow 2022

July 18-22, 2022 | Hall 3, Stand 3720 / 3721B

 

Sustainable Aviation Systems

Simulation of an airplane: Aircraft Geometry

Pressure coefficients of the NASA ”Common Research Model“ configuration during cruise at Mach 0.2

  • climate neutral, engine-airframe integration
  • variable fidelity methods in aircraft design
  • MSc Aeronautical Engineering starting 2024


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Initiative for aeronautics research and teaching in Austria, öffnet eine Datei in einem neuen Fenster

 

Innovative Transmissions for Aviation

Main Gear – drive train of an BO-105 helicopter

3D-simulation main gear – BO-105 Helicopter Drive Train

Design of a helicopter drivetrain

  • EASA/ FAA compliant design and testing
  • for new engine and rotorcraft concepts
  • improved, safer drivetrains


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Development of innovative transmissions for aviation, öffnet eine Datei in einem neuen Fenster

 

Advanced Lubrication

Illustration: Advanced conventional lubrication and new 2D-materials

Graph (x-axis – time [min] // y-axis – friction [COF]): blue graph "ionic liquid – 5% in base oil" has from 0 to 60 min much lower friction (below 0.16 COF) then gray graph "normal base oil", which has a friction of upon 0.18 COF from the 3-4 minute on to 60 minutes)

Friction reduction by applying a MXene coating Ti3C2

 Graph/Illustratrion: New MXenes developped by TU Wien improve wear life by factor 2 to 10 compared to known MXenesGraph/Illustratrion: New MXenes developped by TU Wien improve wear life by factor 2 to 10 compared to known MXenes

  • ionic liquids as superior lubricant additives
  • MXenes for superior solid lubrication
  • laser surface texturing


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Advanced wear protection for high performance , öffnet eine Datei in einem neuen Fenster

 

SAF from Biogenic Residues

Parts of Dual Fluidized Bed Gasification plant

Illustration of an Sustainable Aviation Fuels Plant

Illustration of the particlestream within a PS50 normal 30s reactor

Across Austria: UAS Powered by H2

Across Austria UAS „Falcon’s Eye” on a simulated flight across Austria

Planned route through Austria

Schematic of component arrangement in UAS fuselage

  • 400 km/ 250 mi route, highly automated
  • manned-unmanned teaming (MUM-T)
  • communication beyond visual line of sight


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Across Austria – A2 powered by H2, öffnet eine Datei in einem neuen Fenster

 

Highly Dynamic and Green Propulsion

Green Propulsion

  • continuous deep throttling capability
  • cost-effective plug-and-play system
  • equips satellites of 50 to 500 kg


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GATE One, öffnet eine Datei in einem neuen Fenster

Advanced Control Technology

Picture of an Airbus ZeroE

  • optimal control, condition monitoring, SOH
  • load attenuation, vibration suppression
  • high fidelity tests of powertrains/ fuel cells


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Advanced Control Technologies, öffnet eine Datei in einem neuen Fenster

 

Machining for Highest Quality

picture (r.) and illustration (l.) of a Sensorized Machining Tool Holder

Sensorized Machining Tool Holder

picture (r.) and illustration (l.) of a Machine Hammer

Machine Hammer

Sensorised Grinding Wheel

Sensorised Grinding Wheel

Additive Manufactured Metal Parts

Additive Manufactured Metal Parts

Testing and Inspection

  • mechanical components, dynamic & static
  • EMC lab, climate chamber

www.tuv.at/aviation, öffnet eine externe URL in einem neuen Fenster

 

Impressions from the FIA 2022

TU Wien Team @ FIA 2022

Prof. Berens at FIA 2022 – 02

Vice Rector Prof. Johannes Fröhlich visiting the TU Wien Stand at the FIA 2022 – 05

Vice Rector Prof. Johannes Fröhlich visiting the TU Wien Stand at the FIA 2022 – 06

Prof. Michael Weigand talking to two visitors

Prof. Michael Weigand talking to two visitors

Vice Rector Prof. Johannes Fröhlich visiting the TU Wien Stand at the FIA 2022 – 07

Florian Benedikt (l.), Alexander Bartik (m.) and Simon Schobesberger (r.)

Green Propulsion – TU Wien Space Team

Moritz Novak from TU Wien Space Team talking to a visitor

Advanced Control Technology simulation

Thomas Scheu – 01

Prof. Bleicher at FIA 2022 – 05

Dr. Joachim Rajek talking about the testing

TU Wien stand at the FIA 2022

Florian Donner (TU Wien) beside a helicopter drivetrain

Florian Donner talking to four young visitors about the helicopter drivetrain

Prof. Dr. Fröhlich talking to Simon Schobesberger and Moritz Novak

Vice Rector Prof. Johannes Fröhlich visiting the TU Wien Stand at the FIA 2022 – 01

Moritz Novak (TU Wien Space Team) talkin to some visitors

Prof. Martin Berens in conversation

Marcos Jacinto (left), a young visitor ewaring VR-glasses, testing a simulation (middle) and Prof. Berens (right)

Prof. Berens and Marcos Jacinto

Thomas Scheu – 02

Florian Donner talking to two interested visitors

Prof. Bleicher explaining

Prof. Bleicher and Peter Heimerl

Prof. Bleicher at FIA 2022 – 04

Dr. Joachim Rajek (TÜV/TVFA) at the TU Wien stand, FIA 2022

Dr. Joachim Rajek TÜV/TVFA – 02

Dr. Joachim Rajek TÜV/TVFA – 01

Florian Benedikt (left) and Moritz Nowak (right) at the TU Wien stand, FIA 2022

Simon Schobesberger (TU Wien Space Team) talking to two visitors

Vice Rector Prof. Johannes Fröhlich visiting the TU Wien Stand at the FIA 2022 – 02

Prof. Dr. Michael Weigand – 01

Prof. Berens at FIA 2022 – 01

Dr. Joachim Rajek und Prof. Dr. Michael Weigand

Prof. Dr. Michael Weigand – 02

Peter Heimerl and Prof. Bleicher – 02

Prof. Bleicher at FIA 2022 – 02

Prof. Bleicher at FIA 2022 – 01

Vice Rector Prof. Dr. Fröhlich (TU Wien) visiting the Farnborough Air Show 2022

Vice Rector Prof. Johannes Fröhlich at the FIA 2022

Kontakt

Für weitere Informationen über den Auftritt der TU Wien bei Flugschauen, Messen und internationalen Ausstellungen kontaktieren Sie bitte:

Dipl.-Ing. Peter Heimerl  
TU Wien – Leiter, Forschungsmarketing
Favoritenstraße 16/ DG/ E058-04, 1040 Wien, Österreich
M +43 664 605883320
T +43 1 58801 406110
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