Aircraft Propulsion Systems Technology And Design

Electric Hybrid Aerospace Technology Symposium 2. Day 1. Thursday 1. November. 08 1. 5 0. Aircraft Propulsion Systems Technology And Design' title='Aircraft Propulsion Systems Technology And Design' />Networking Breakfast. Room AJoin us on the opening morning for our complimentary networking breakfast. All speakers, delegates, and sponsors are invited to attend. Keynote Presentations. Room AModerator. Prof Josef Kallo, head of energy systems integration, institute of engineering thermodynamics, Deutsches Zentrum fr Luft und Raumfahrt DLR, GERMANY0. Hybrid electric power and propulsion systems. Alan Newby, director of aerospace technology and future programmes, Rolls Royce, UKThis presentation will discuss the potential aerospace journey towards hybrid electric aircraft and the associated power and propulsion systems. The paper will consider the challenges associated with differing hybrid electric solutions and how they might vary for different markets and applications. The paper will also discuss key power and propulsion enablers including boundary layer ingestion BLI and electrical architectures, and reflect on the disruptive and evolutionary opportunities for hybrid electric technologies in aerospace applications. High output motor technology for hybrid electric aircraft. Aircraft Propulsion Systems Technology And Design' title='Aircraft Propulsion Systems Technology And Design' />Aircraft Propulsion Systems Technology And DesignDr Frank Anton, vice president Siemens e. Aircraft, Siemens AG, GERMANYThis presentation will focus on Siemens continuing development of high output electric motor technology, plus the ongoing scalability challenges for future hybrid aircraft. NASA X 5. 7 electric propulsion technology flight demonstrator development and progress. Sean Clarke, X 5. NASA, USANASAs X 5. These gains are enabled by integrating the design of a new, optimised wing and electric propulsion system. Integrating new technologies into critical systems in experimental aircraft poses unique challenges that require careful design considerations across the entire vehicle system, such as qualification of new propulsors, compatibility of existing systems with a new electric power distribution bus, and instrumentation of newly qualified propulsion system devices. Break. 11 0. 0 Electrification powering the future of flight. Glenn Llewellyn, general manager, electrification corporate technology office, Airbus, FRANCEIn 2. Louis Bleriot 1. 00 years earlier, Airbus flew the E Fan full electric aircraft non stop across the English Channel. This, and subsequent evolutions of the E Fan, were the successful beginning of the Airbus electrification roadmap. Aircraft Propulsion Systems Technology And Design' title='Aircraft Propulsion Systems Technology And Design' />Since then, Airbus has launched Vahana, a single seat tilt wing autonomous electric VTOL at Airbuss Silicon Valley outpost called A3, as well as City. Airbus, a four seat octocopter being built in Donnauworth and Munich in Germany. Conceptual design drawings and pictures of aircraft and spacecraft design concepts. ES AERO Empirical Systems Aerospace conducts empirical viability studies using lowcost, scaled aerospace research systems. Aircraft Propulsion Systems Technology And Design' title='Aircraft Propulsion Systems Technology And Design' />In parallel, Airbus has signed a multi million investment in 2. MW scale hybrid electric propulsion ground test facilities and a strategic partnership with Siemens. This presentation will share the steps we are taking to prepare for electrification to power the future of flight. Progress on the Fokker 1. Simon Taylor, chief technologist, GKN Fokker, NETHERLANDSAn introduction is provided to the work performed and in progress within GKN on the Fokker 1. Hybrid Electric HE Demonstrator programme. The purpose of this programme is to enable the development and demonstration of HE technologies at full scale on the Fokker 1. The modified aircraft uses a centreline propulsor configuration which, in addition to the energy cycle benefits, ingests the boundary layer and junction effects related to the fuselage. Air Gear Season 2 Sub Indo. Initial results of the programme are presented and an insight into the ongoing work is provided. Comprehensive modelling and experimental investigations of electric VTOL aircraft. Prof Anubhav Datta, associate professor, University of Maryland, USAThis paper will describe the research carried out at the University of Maryland, Alfred Gessow Rotorcraft Center, to understand, characterise and resolve some of the key barriers associated with practical, manned, all electric and hybrid electric rotary wing VTOL aircraft. The paper will present the special requirements of VTOL flight high torque, low rpm drives, the special barriers associated with electric VTOL transmission, heat, power sharing, and the special technologies enabled by electric that might offset some of these barriers variable rpm, swashplateless, distributed electric architecture at least for certain categories of special purpose missions, including urban on demand missions. Lunch. 13 3. 0 1. The Path Towards Electric Flight. Room AModerator. Riccardo Frollo, project certification manager, European Aviation Safety Agency, GERMANY1. Robust Te. DP electrical microgrid for vehicle thrust and yaw control. Stephen Long, system architect, systems design integration, Rolls Royce, USAThis presentation will discuss the sensitivity of Te. DP electrical microgrid size and efficiency to air vehicle fault accommodation and flight control requirements. The efficacy of various alternative configurations will be discussed and compared in terms of their ability to meet the vehicle needs. Candidate architecture alternatives will include AC andor DC microgrid. The viability of Te. DP is heavily influenced by the protection strategy and reconfigurabilty of the system. Raising ambition technologies for hybrid and electric aircraft. Mark Scully, head of technology advanced systems and propulsion, Aerospace Technology Institute, UKA number of key technologies are being developed in aerospace to enable a future hybrid and electric commercial aircraft. Key opportunities to demonstrate the technologies and their integration in a system of systems will be important to create the required maturity for consideration in future aircraft. To this end, the role of virtual integration will be increasingly important to provide clarity on benefits and risks of these technologies. Electric power systems for hybrid electric distributed propulsion a roadmap. Prof Peter Malkin, strategic research advisor, Newcastle University, UKNewcastle University was recently awarded funding by the EPSRC to support the UK ATI strategy in advanced systems. Pilot studies have been carried out in key areas to enable the development of hybrid electric distributed propulsion aircraft. The studies consisted of medium voltage MV power systems for aircraft, high temperature superconducting HTS power network design and. BLI motor studies including a feasibility study of adapting a tail mounted BLI system for an existing large aircraft. The objective of each of these studies was to produce technology roadmaps and value propositions. These are linked to the timescales and requirements of the civil aerospace industry to facilitate the design and testing of HEDP aircraft from regional up to large long haul designs. Evolution of fundamental technologies for future electrified aircraft. Dr Ajay Misra, deputy director, research and engineering, NASA Glenn Research Center, USAGradual progression of electric and hybrid electric aircraft from small planes to large planes will require technology advances in multiple areas, which include energy storage, electrical machines, power transmission, power electronics, control systems, materials, thermal management and multi scale modelling tools. Advances in fundamental research and applied interdisciplinary research will be required to realise the goals for future electric and hybrid electric aircraft. The presentation will provide an overview of long range research and technology needs for the next 3.