Research at the Collaborative Research Centre


The aircraft engine was chosen directly at the beginning of the CRC in the year 2010 as the central research object for the whole research association. Aircraft engines are very complex machines where all involved engineering disciplines reach the limits of physical knowledge and design methods. This applies both to the individual components and assemblies as well as to the complex overall system behavior. Therefore, aircraft engines are perfect for the interdisciplinary research of regeneration in the CRC. In the first funding period, the CRC focused on a turbine blade and developed an innovative regeneration process. In the second funding period, the developed methods were transferred to an assembly using the example of a compressor blisk. In the actual funding period, the research is focused on the whole system such that the complexity reaches its maximum.

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