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Airborne monitoring

#0627-2


Complex Investigations of Possible Reduction of Aviation Impact on the Environment and it's Utilisation for Ecological Monitoring

Tech Area / Field

  • ENV-APC/Air Pollution and Control/Environment
  • ENV-MIN/Monitoring and Instrumentation/Environment
  • ENV-OTH/Other/Environment

Status
8 Project completed

Registration date
26.07.1999

Completion date
10.10.2001

Senior Project Manager
Tyurin I A

Leading Institute
Gromov Flight Research Institute, Russia, Moscow reg., Zhukovsky

Collaborators

  • National Aerospace Laboratory NLR, The Netherlands, Amsterdam\nEuropean Commission / Joint Research Center / Space Applications Institute, Italy, Ispra\nDeutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. / Institut für Optoelectronik, Germany, Oberpfaffenhofen

Project summary

Purpose and methodology of project

The purpose of project is the support of fundamental and applied research, and technical developments in the area of environment protection. With this end of view it will be carried out


- investigation of atmosphere contamination from aircraft engines emission on the cruise flight of airplanes;
- development of the methods to reducing the civil aviation airplanes' impact on environment (community noise and contamination of the atmosphere);
- development of proposals on creation of the aviation complexes for airborne monitoring, realizing the methodology of complex monitoring of the Earth, waters and atmosphere;
- development and realization of complex methodology of theoretical and experimental (including flight) research.

Expected results

In the process of performing the project it is suggested to carry out the following:


- development, using the results of modeling and flight experiment, of the recommendations on introducing the nonstandard optimal descent (climb) and approach (takeoff) paths, providing the lowering of the noise with consideration of specific airfields' features;
- development of research methods and evaluation of aircraft engines emissions impact on contamination of atmosphere in the real cruise flight conditions on the base of results of the flight experiment and the modeling;
- development of recommendations on effective methods of complex airborne monitoring of the Earth, waters and atmosphere, based on various physical principles.

Role of Foreign Collaborator

In the course of performing the Project # 627 it was set up the close collaboration with the following European scientific and technical organizations that have express a readiness to be collaborators on the Project # 627-2:

on the Subject 1


- IT. Louis J J. Erkelens, Deputy Head Flight Mechanics Department National Aerospace Laboratory NLR;
- Winfiied Dewes, coordinator of the European program "Environment and transport", Deutsche Zentrum fuer Luft-und Raumfahrt e. V. Institut fur Optoelektronic DLR;

on the Subject 2


- Dr. Volker Tank, Deutsche Zentrum fuer Luft-und Raumfahrt e. V. Institut fur Optoelektronic DLR;
- Winfiied Dewes, coordinator of the European program "Environment and transport", Deutsche Zentrum fuer Luft-und Raumfahrt e. V. Institut fur Optoelektronic DLR;

on the Subject 3


- Prof. Dr. Rudolf Winter, Space Applications Institute/Joint Research Center.


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