Systematic energy management for flight with electric propulsion to conserve resources (STELAR)
STELAR is a project planned for four years from 2020/21 for the development of an automatic flight control system for energy-optimised flight under consideration of atmospheric conditions as part of the Aeronautical Research Programme (LUFO VI).
- Influencing factors of energy management for resource conservation
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It is planned to create a modular simulation environment based on models of the aerodynamics and propulsion system. This simulation environment will be used to develop a model-based, energyoptimized and thus resource-saving control system for general aviation.
Together with a planned cockpit interface development at the TU-Berlin and a planned hardware-in-the-loop flight simulation test the system shall be validated.
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Project Duration: 05/2020 – 05/2022
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Head of ChairProf. Dr.-Ing. Flávio Silvestre
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