18

May

2021

15:00

For details of lectures and speakers see the poster

 

 poster_2021_05_18_FlyingGreenTomorrow.pdf (435 KB)

 

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Date:
Time:
18.05.2021
15:00 - 17:30 CEST
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Speaker:
Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Altmann, ZAL; Dr.-Ing. Johannes Hartmann, DLR; Dr.-Ing. Holger Kuhn, ZAL; Dipl.-Ing. Tanja Neuland, Airbus
Location:
 
Live online
Contact:
Richard Sanderson  

20

May

2021

18:00

HAW lecture in cooperation with RAeS Hamburg, DGLR, VDI & ZAL

 

A seaplane gives the ultimate freedom of flight with theoretically endless take-off and alighting possibilities

along the coast, on lakes and rivers – and not to forget on the open seas. The design of seaplanes is based on

the knowledge of aircraft design and speedboat design. The craft must meet buoyancy and lift requirements.

Hydrostatic and -dynamic stability has to be matched with the longitudinal and lateral static and dynamic

stability in the air. The structure has to withstand water and air loads. Crucial are hydrodynamic resistance at

take-off as well as the lift-to-drag ratio in flight and particularly the water loads in defined sea states.

Sea plane design has a glorious past, but much of the knowledge is buried in dusty archives. It is even worse if

knowledge is lost forever and needs to be reinvented.

 

Details of the Zoom link are given in the poster

 poster_2021_05_20_SeaplaneDesign.pdf (319 KB)

 

 

For more info see Homepage: Prof. Wilczek

Date:
Time:
20.05.2021
18:00 CEST
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Speaker:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Elmar Wilczek, Expert in Marine Aviation
Location:
 
Live online lecture
Contact:
Richard Sanderson  

24

June

2021

18:00

HAW lecture in cooperation with RAeS, DGLR, VDI & ZAL

Date:
Time:
24.06.2021
18:00 CEST
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Speaker:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dieter Scholz, MSME, HAW Hamburg
Location:
 
Live online lecture
Contact:
Richard Sanderson