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Fakultät Technik und Informatik
Department Fahrzeugtechnik und Flugzeugbau
Fakultät Technik und Informatik

Publikationen von Professor/innen des Departments Fahrzeugtechnik und Flugzeugbau

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Alle : A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, O, Ö, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z 
Alle : Sachau, ... , Scheithauer, Schiktanz, Schilberg, ... , Sui 
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2012

Zeitschriftenbeiträge:

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Daniel Schiktanz und Dieter Scholz
Das Boxwing-Flugzeug
Ingenieurspiegel, (2):20-25
2012
ISSN: 1868-5919

Marker: TI-FF

Zusammenfassung: Ein Boxwing-Flugzeug besitzt anstelle eines einzigen Flügels zwei horizontal und vertikal versetzte Flügel, die an den Flügelspitzen durch verlängerte Winglets miteinander verbunden sind. Das Flugzeug hat einen geringeren Widerstand als heutige Passagierflugzeuge und kann so zur Reduzierung des Kraftstoffverbrauchs und damit auch zu einer Reduzierung der CO2-Emissionen beitragen. Außerdem hat das Flugzeug das Potenzial, sehr effektiv am Boden abgefertigt zu werden. Der Entwurf eines Boxwing-Flugzeugs soll hier beschrieben werden.

2011

Konferenz, Symposium, Vortragsreihe, Einzelausstellung, Modenschau, Künstl. Leitung (als Ausrichter):

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Daniel Schiktanz und Dieter Scholz
Box Wing Fundamentals - An Aircraft Design Perspective
Deutscher Luft- und Raumfahrtkongress 2011
Bremen, Germany
27. - 29. September 2011
Deutscher Luft- und Raumfahrtkongress 2011 : Tagungsband - Manuskripte , Seite 601-615.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DGLR)
Englisch

Marker: TI-HH

Zusammenfassung: A systematic and general investigation about box wing aircraft is conducted, including aerodynamic and performance characteristics. The design of a promising medium range box wing aircraft based on the Airbus A320 taken as reference aircraft is performed. The design is taken through the general steps in aircraft preliminary design. The fuel consumption of the final aircraft is 9 % lower than that of the reference aircraft. The aircraft layout is well balanced regarding the position of the center of gravity and the travel of the center of gravity is minimized. This is necessary due to the aircraft’s particular characteristics concerning static longitudinal stability and controllability. The low wing tank capacity requires an additional fuselage tank. Because of its high span efficiency the aircraft has a glide ratio of 20.4. Its wing is about twice as heavy as the reference wing. This is partly compensated by a lighter fuselage.

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Daniel Schiktanz und Dieter Scholz
The Conflict of Aerodynamic Efficiency and Static Longitudinal Stability of Box Wing Aircraft
3rd CEAS Air & Space Conference (CEAS 2011)
Venice, Italy
24. - 28. October 2011
3rd CEAS Air & Space Conference : Proceedings , Seite 910-921.
Council of European Aerospace Societies (CEAS)
Englisch

Marker: TI-HH

Zusammenfassung: The induced drag of box wing aircraft is assessed with the help of literature data. The theoretical foundations of static longitudinal stability and controllability are presented and applied to the box wing aircraft. The results are interpreted and put into practice with the help of a medium range box wing aircraft based on the Airbus A320. Stability in cruise is attained by increasing the ratio C_L,1/C_L,2 to a value of 1.74, which is the ratio of lift coefficients of the forward and the aft wing. According to biplane theory this results in a 3.4 % increase of induced drag. Applying aerodynamic theory for closed wing systems no increase would be expected. With the stated ratio of lift coefficients results a relatively small envelope for the center of gravity (CG). Consequently the aircraft is designed to be well balanced with regard to its CG. The individual CGs of the airframe, engines, fuel and payload are all located approximately at the same position. Hence the CG shift is minimized for different payload and fuel quantities.

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