ICE GENESIS - Creating the next generation of 3D simulation means for icing
The research project will provide the European aeronautical industry with a validated new generation of 3D icing engineering tools (numerical simulation tools and
upgraded test capabilities), addressing App C, O and snow conditions, for safe, efficient, and cost effective design and certification of future regional, business and large aircraft, rotorcraft
and engines. ICE GENESIS will permit weather hazards to be more precisely evaluated and properly mitigated thanks to adapted design or optimized protection through either active or passive means.
Furthermore, ICE GENESIS will pave the way for 3D digital tools to be used in the future as acceptable means of compliance by the regulation authorities.
2019 - 2022, Horizon2020, EU
4D AIRCRAFT ICING
Development of a measurement system for the time-resolved documentation of icing and de-icing processes in aviation
The 4D AIRCRAFT ICING project focuses on the research and development of a highly accurate and time-resolved measurement system for the documentation of icing and
de-icing processes in icing wind tunnels. The time-resolved documentation of icing and de-icing processes represents a novelty approach and will significantly contribute to the development and
certification of future de-icing systems. Moreover, it will play an important role in the validation of numerical simulation models. This unique project and the therein developed measurement
method will enhance the capabilities in the aircraft icing sector.
2019 - 2021, TakeOff 2018, FFG/BMVIT
HIS - Heli Ice Safe
Development of innovative technologies for a complete de-icing system for small and medium-sized helicopters
The goal of the HIS project is the research and development of a complete ice protection system usable for small and medium-sized helicopters by using novel ice protection concepts. Current ice protection systems are only available for large helicopters and cannot be transferred to small and medium-sized helicopters, due to their complexity, weight and energy consumption. The intention of the project HIS is to find new approaches for a reliable, low energy, lightweight and less complex ice protection system, which can be used both as a retrofit system and as an original equipment.
2018 - 2020, TakeOff 2016, FFG/BMVIT