Biblioteka Naukowa nr 32 TRENDS AND METHODS IN AERONAUTICAL RESEARCH

Biblioteka Naukowa nr 32 TRENDS AND METHODS IN AERONAUTICAL RESEARCH
 
Nazwa publikacji: Trends and Methods in Aeronautical Research
Autor: Marian Jeż
ISBN/ISSN: 978-83-932592-3-6
Oprawa: miękka
Data publikacji: 2011
Wydawnictwo: Wydawnictwa Naukowe Instytutu Lotnictwa
Liczba stron: 157
Wydanie: angielski
Dostępność: 250
Cena: 31.50 zł
Cena netto: 30.00 zł
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The edition presents current state and perspectives of aviation technology for Polish engineers, decision makers and stakeholders. Specifically, we shall consider such development trends which could be successfully cultivated in Poland, like General Aviation and also those essential for communication and development-airports and navigation. It is important to invest time and money in those domains of aeronautics which are most prospective, according to the best scientist. Also, appropriate choosing and fostering of national specialties would enhance our chances for bigger involvement into European aviation projects and wider, win-win cooperation. The presentation of chosen proceedings of two last world Congresses (and intermediate Workshop) of ICAS (International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences) allow to define current ”state of art” in aeronautics and its prognostics. Respecting Copyright Statements we cite those fragments of chosen papers, which contibute to awareness of future aeronautics development trends and methods in known Polish boundary conditions, for the best choice of topics to cooperate. At the same time, we strive to popularize the newest achievements of aeronautics, fulfilling this way the primary objectives of ICAS. Such an effort is particularly important for emancipating nations of Eastern-Central Europe to make sure their potential and keen attitude to aviation to aviation shall not be idle and ignored.

Tagi: Trends and Methods in Aeronautical Research, Marian Jeż, International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences, ICAS, 26th Congress of ICAS, 27th Congress of ICAS, future of aircraft management, green aviation, aircaraft and systems integration, fuel burn of novel aircraft configurations, noise characteristics of novel aircraft configurations, optimal cruise altitude, development of a VTOL observation platform, evaluation of a VTOL observation platform, blended wing body, HALE UAV, Active Flow Control, AFC, corrosion treatments on fatigue of aircraft structural joints, Corrosion Inhibiting Compounds, CICs, materials evolution in hot parts of aero-turbo engines, Ni base superalloys, textile reinforced composites in aircraft structures, NEW Aeroengine Core concepts, NEWAC, Contra-Rotating Open-Rotor, CROR, Computational Fluid Dynamics, CFD, Distributed Propulsion, N3-X vehicle concept, ANIBAL, Clean Sky Joint Technology Initiative Objectives, Doppler LIDAR, aircraft accidents, Swiss Cheese Model, improving transportation safety and productivity, jet lag, IMMUNE, Intelligent Monitoring and Managing of Unexpected Events, UAS, ERA, Enviromentally Responsible Aviation, IESTA, Air Transport Systems Evaluation Infrastructure, aviation fuels, OMEGA, Advanced Open Rotor, AOR, aircraft noise reduction, Energy Efficient Transport, EET, Japanese air transport, FAGI, Future Air Ground Integration, TAM, Total Airport Management, Air Traffic Management, ATM performance assessment, Centralised Seperation Management, Seperation Performance Visualiser, aeronautical research trends, ISBN 978-83-932592-3-6
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