Joint Technology Initiative
for Aeronautics
& Air Transport
 

Joint Technology Initiative
for Aeronautics
& Air Transport
 

Joint Technology Initiative
for Aeronautics
& Air Transport
 

Joint Technology Initiative
for Aeronautics
& Air Transport
 

Joint Technology Initiative
for Aeronautics
& Air Transport

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Eco design Guideline.

A Consortium led by The CIDAUT Foundation (Spain) together with ITRB (Cyprus), the University of Valladolid (Spain) and PBLH International Consulting SPRL (Belgium) has been awarded for a grant agreement from Cleansky. The present Project is supported by Fraunhofer-Institut für Chemische Technologie ICT.

Clean Sky is the most ambitious aeronautical research programme ever launched in Europe. Its mission is to develop breakthrough technologies to significantly increase the environmental performances of airplanes and air transport, resulting in less noisy and more fuel-efficient aircraft, hence bringing a key contribution in achieving the Single European Sky environmental objectives.

The project is supported by Clean Sky JTI (Joint Technology Initiative), which was born in 2008 and represents a unique Public-Private Partnership between the European Commission and the industry, with the collaboration of Fraunhofer-Institut für Chemische Technologie ICT.

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NEMESIS Project deals with the environmental impact, economics and social aspects of the recycling of the materials used for aircraft building.

One of the key activities of the project is the execution of a market survey on the most important a/c and/or materials used in the actual CS EDA.

After the definition of the materials together with the topic manager, in a second step, price or revenue expectations (ranges) have to be generated, in order to provide a database for future economic assessment.

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Objectives

The key objective of NEMESIS Project is to gain a clear overview of the state of the art of the aircraft materials recycling technologies and the future expectatives, in order to set a decision tree about the most promising recycling processes based in economic criteria.

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Questionnaire

Completing the questionnaire

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