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Tip Program: FP7

The 7th Framework Program for Research and Technological Development (FP7) is the European Union’s main instrument for funding research for 2007-2013.


Aeronave cu Aripi Fixe Inteligente – Demonstrator Tehnologic Integrat

The "Clean Sky" project represents the response of the European aeronautical industry to the demands of the public and private environment regarding the development of aircraft with a reduced impact on the environment and which offer the possibility of sustained economic growth. The research project, with a planned duration of seven years, will combine public and private capacities in order to develop and introduce advanced technologies for the next generation of aircraft. The main purpose of these technologies is to reduce polluting emissions, the noise generated by air traffic and to reduce aircraft fuel consumption.


GRA - GREEN REGIONAL AIRCRAFT ITD (Green Regional Transport Aircraft - Integrated Technological Demonstrator)


The goal of TheBarCode project is the development of materials through appropriate methods and models for manufacturing, monitoring, evaluating and predicting the overall energy performance and efficiency of new thermal barrier layer structures - TBC for energy generating systems.


Previous studies on ARV vehicles have illustrated that hybrid TPS systems based on ablators integrated with thermo-structural materials are suitable candidates. Europe has limited research on ablative materials, these being almost abandoned since the ARD missions of the 80s. Recently, ESA's Moon robotic exploration program calls for ablative solutions for the thermal protection of planetary probes.


Raising European Students Awareness in Aeronautical Research Through School-Labs’ is the main objective of the project REStARTS.


The concept proposed by AfloNext is based on 6 technological flows focused on advanced technologies for the main directions considered essential for increasing aircraft performance.

Efficient Systems and Propulsion for Small Aircraft

The project "Efficient Systems and Propulsion for Small aircraft" -ESPOSA-, has as its main object the development of small turbine engines, power up to 1000kW, to equip (civilian) aircraft with a maximum transport capacity of 19 passengers (regulated by CS23 - FAR-23).


The ATLLAS II project (Aero-Thermodynamic Loads on Lightweight Advanced Structures II) is made around the experience and technological developments obtained within the ATLLAS I project, being a natural continuation of it.


Distributed Maintenance Training Infrastructure.


AeroPortal -Support for European Aeronautical SMEs


Raising European Students Awareness in Aeronautical Research Through School-Labs’ is the main objective of the project REStARTS.


CEARES - Central European Aeronautical RESearch initiative
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