Delft University of Technology

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Challenge the future

Delft

University of

Technology

20
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3
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2013

Delft University of Technology

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

Dr. ir. Roeland De Breuker and Dr. Arvind Rao

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering


Founded in 1842 by King William II


Largest and oldest Dutch University of Technology


8 faculties, 14 Bachelor courses, 34 Master courses


Number

of
students

approx
. 16500


Delft University of Technology

General Information


Excellent (international) ratings


High international reputation?


Driven by demands of society


Strong (mono)disciplines


11 focussed multidisciplinary research themes

Characteristics

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Characteristics


Internationally oriented



Covering almost all areas of aerospace engineering
both with expertise and laboratory equipment



One of the best aerospace engineering institutions
world wide, acknowledged by industry and
accreditation boards


Fully English taught programme


34% international students


Member of IDEA League and PEGASUS university
networks


Bilateral international agreements


Working in multinational research teams

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Facts and Figures

Number of staff:


59 support staff


250+ academic staff


Funding:




22 M
-

Government funding





7 M
-

External funding


Largest aerospace engineering faculty in
Western Europe:


Approximately
2400 of students (BSc and MSc)


440 first year students (numerus fixus)


Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Organisation

Aerodynamics, Wind Energy, Flight

Performance & Propulsion



Control & Operations



Aerospace Structures & Materials



Space Engineering



Aerodynamics

Wind Energy

Control & Simulation

Air Transport Operations

Novel Aerospace Materials

Structural Integrity & Composites

Aerospace Structures & Computational Mechanics

Space System Engineering

Astrodynamics & Space Missions



Faculty of

Aerospace Engineering

Flight Performance & Propulsion

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Research Facilities

Delft Aerospace Structures and Materials Laboratory


Wind tunnels


Subsonic, Transonic up to Hypersonic


SIMONA


Advanced flight simulator


Cessna Citation II


Flying classroom research facility



Space certified satellite clean room

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

Participation in Clean Sky


Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

Investigation of thermal spraying of modified liquid crystalline thermoset
polymers (LCT) for Cr
-
free corrosion and erosion protection of metal and
composite surfaces
.

Cr
-
free pre
-
treatments for coating metals and polymer
composites

Development of (
nano
-
composite) thermoplastic
composites with improved recyclability and durability

Modification of engineering thermoplastic composites
for their use in secondary aircraft structures and interior
applications.

Demonstrator F1: Thermoplastic composite airframe panel

Coordination of activities for the design and manufacturing of
demonstrator F1

Materials research and development


Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

Dynamic Behaviour of PZT
-
Composite Actuators


Develop Experimental PZT
-
Composite
-
based Actuators

Stacking of PZT and
composite materials

Curing Process
(high temperature)

Development of Lightweight
Piezoceramics Composite Actuators



Nonlinear Finite
-
Element Models of PZT
-
Composite
-
based Actuators

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

Green Rotorcraft GRC1: Innovative Rotor Blades


In GRC1 Innovative Rotor blades, the goal is to design a Rotor with
Active Gurney Flaps (AGF) for Main Rotor Noise Reduction


TUD research question: what are the implications of such a rotor on the
Helicopter Handling Qualities (HQs) and Pilot Workload?

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

Mission Management and ATM Integration Research

Green Operation


ITD through the
GSAF cluster (associate member)


The Management of Trajectory and Mission:

Low emissions and noise reduction due to reduced fuel
consumption through improved trajectory energy
management and mission management


Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

3
D
1
D

Objective:
Fast preliminary design of light
-
weight composite
aerospace structures



Aeroelastic model:


Cross
-
sectional modeller based on FEM


Nonlinear structural beam model


Novel unsteady aerodynamic panel method


Built in sensitivities for optimisation



Manoeuvre load, gust response, flutter, divergence



Test case: Optimisation of XRF1 wing

SFWA WP1.2.2: Passive load alleviation

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

Leading edge topology optimisation and demonstrator


Objective:
the aeroelastic design of a droop
nose demonstrator for a regional airliner



Actuation system topology optimisation
under aeroelastic loads



Interpretation and design of the topology
optimisation results



Successful lab test

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

LTT

Wind Tunnel

Fluidic actuator

(
Fraunhofer
)

Mechanical actuator

SMA system (TUD)


Flap


dimensions 0.6m

Integrative Active Component Demonstrator (IACD)

Measurements techniques:

-
Flow visualization

-
Wall
pressure
measurements

-
Particle Image
Velocimetry




Maximum speed

120 m/s

Wind tunnel experiment

(Natural laminar flow, Flow control systems)


Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

Delft

participation in CS1

From CfP

Dutch cluster

Budget 18 M


-

Delft (4 M

)

IGOR cluster

Budget 10 M


-

Delft (0,6 M

)

GSAF cluster

Budget 10.7 M


-

Delft (1.9 M

)

Dutch cluster

Budget 5.6 M


-

Delft (1.1 M

)

Key Cooperations


Industry:

Airbus, Rolls
-
Royce, Fokker,


Stork SP, Ten Cate Advanced Composites, Brueggemann …


Universities:

Cranfield, Paris Tech, Imperial College, Swansea, …


Institutes:

NLR, TNO, ECN, ONERA, QINETIQ, FOI, DLR, …


TUD

Budget 250 k


Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

Future Participation in Clean Sky 2 ?


Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

In … Propulsion Integration Research

Propeller
-
Wing Integration

Propeller

Integration research for improved propulsive efficiency and reduced noise levels

Performance of Rotor
-
Stator concepts

(Swirl Recovery Vanes)

Effects of non
-
uniform inflow

PIV based loads determination
on propellers

Propeller induced
ground vortex
effects

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

In … High Lift Configurations

Passive

and
Active Flow Control

for high lift
performance improvement

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Nano
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-
DBD effect on NACA 0015 wing

Nano
-
Pulsed
-
DBD effect on
NACA 63018
wing

separated flow
attached flow
shock waves
NPDBD
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PIV measurements ASCI project

Research Topics:


Passive flow mixing


Drooped spoiler


Suction


DBD and Nano Plasma Actuators

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

In … Mission Management and ATM integration

Mission Management and ATM functions:


seamless integration of green missions in ATM,
ensuring compatibility and coherence with SESAR
(Single European Sky ATM Research)

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

In … Structures and Materials


Grid stiffened structures



Aeroelastic design of composite airliner wings


Fast design methods for structural sizing


Active and passive load alleviation



Implementation of mature morphing concepts


Leading edge droop nose for laminar flow wing and noise reduction


Twisting and canting winglet for short field take/off and landing



Next generation smart PZT actuators & sensors



Holistic Structural Integrity Process (Structural Health Monitoring)

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

What Aerospace Engineering in Delft has to offer

Participating research groups in



Aerodynamics, Flight Performance and Propulsion


Control and Operations


Aerospace Structures and Materials


Supported by state
-
of
-
the
-
art Research Facilities


An excellent world
-
wide network in academia, institutes &
industry

Faculty of Aerospace Engineering

For more information please contact



Dr.

ir.

Roeland De Breuker (email:
R.DeBreuker@tudelft.nl
;
tel
: +31
-
15
-
2785627)



Dr.

Arvind

Rao

(email: A.GangoliRao@tudelft.nl;
tel
: +31
-
15
-
2783833)


or visit our website at
http://www.lr.tudelft.nl

Thank you