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Jutta Abulawi, Kolja Seeckt, Martins Pommers und Dieter Scholz
Automatic Generation of 3D-CAD Models to Bridge the Gap between Aircraft Preliminary Sizing and Geometric Design
Deutscher Luft- und Raumfahrtkongress 2011
Bremen, Germany
27. - 29. September 2011
Deutscher Luft- und Raumfahrtkongress 2011 : Tagungsband - Manuskripte , Seite 405-415.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DGLR)
Englisch

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Zusammenfassung: This paper presents an extension to the Aircraft Preliminary Sizing Tool PreSTo which has been developed at the HAW Hamburg. The extension is called "PreSTo-Vis"; it bridges the gap between the mathematical sizing process and three-dimensional (3D) geometrical aircraft design. The core of this add-on to PreSTo is a universal aircraft surface model which was created using an advanced parametric associative design method in the 3D computer-aided design (CAD) system CATIA V5. A Microsoft Excel-based Visual Basic project automatically reads the output spreadsheets of the preliminary sizing process, processes these data and reconfigures the 3D CAD model to visualize the concept geometry of the new aircraft. Thus the design engineer has the chance to gain a three-dimensional impression of the calculated aircraft dimensions, and he obtains a parametric surface model in a native CAD format suitable for further geometric refinement and analysis.

Buchbeiträge:

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Kolja Seeckt, Philip Krammer, Malte Schwarze und Dieter Scholz
Mitigating the Climate Impact of Aviation – What does Hydrogen Hold in Prospect?
Walter Leal Filho (Hrsg.) The Economic, Social and Political Elements of Climate Change
Seite 649-667.
Verlag: Springer, Berlin
2011
Englisch
ISBN: 978-3-642-14776-0

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Zusammenfassung: This article discusses the impacts of aviation on global climate change, and shows attempts by the aviation industry to mitigate those impacts by means of alternative fuels. Special respect in this paper is given to the use of hydrogen as aviation fuel. Examples of practical and theoretical research projects on the application of hydrogen are presented and the current outlook towards an introduction of hydrogen into practice is presented. From a technological point of view, hydrogen as an aircraft fuel is feasible. However, in the current attempts by the aviation industry to improve environmental friendliness, hydrogen is not included as a measure within the foreseeable timeframe due to large financial and technical efforts.

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