FMP Technology Working Group Update

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FMP Technology Working Group Update
Jerzy Komorowski
Hany Moustapha
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Outline
 FMP Technology Working Group
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Technology Matrix
Technology Demonstrators
Airbus
Boeing
 EU FP-7 engagement and CSA
 CANAPE
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FMP Technology WG
 Workshop held in January in Montreal to update the
Technology Matrix by 3 sub- groups (Aerostructures,
Engines, Airborne Systems).
 Leadership of sub-groups finalised:
 David O’Connor, Magellan
 Frederic Lefbvre, PWC
 Philippe Molaret, Thales Canada
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FMP Technology WG
 All sub-groups have worked independently to redefine their
Technology Demonstrator Proposals.
 Target cost for each sub-group TDP - $40M/$40M
(private/public)
 Target date – end November 2010
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FMP Airframe Working Group
Progress Summary
Prepared: 18 Oct, 2010
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WG Participants
Coordinator: Dave O’Connor, Magellan Aerospace
(Bristol Aerospace Ltd.)
Team Members:
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Organization / Company
Primary Representative
Bombardier
Fassi Kafyeke
Composites Atlantic
Claude Baril
CRIAQ
Clément Fortin
Bell Helicopter Canada
Pierre Rioux
Comtek
Patrick Whyte
NRC
Rick Cole
Industry Canada
Farzan Jamarani
Composites Innovation Center
Mike Hudek
Convergent Manufacturing Technologies
Anoush Poursartip
Boeing Winnipeg
Loren Hendrickson
WG Progress
Task 1: Refine Technology Matrix
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A meeting was held to identify common priorities among the WG
participants with respect to technology development and demonstration
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Specific areas of interest were down-selected from the general Priority
Technologies Matrix (previously published in June 2009 FMP report)
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A summary of the final results was prepared and circulated among
participants (refer to table on following slide for an overview)
Status: Completed – September, 2010
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FMP Priority Area
WG Specific Topics of Interest
Composite Material Development
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Low Cost Manufacturing of
Composite Structure
• Automated Material Placement
• Out-of-Autoclave Curing
• Liquid Composite Moulding
Intelligent Manufacturing for
Composites
• Real Time Monitoring and Process Control
• Process Simulation
Low Cost Manufacturing of
Metallic Structure
• High Speed Machining
Advanced Assembly Processes
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Inspection and Repair
• NDI Techniques for Composite and Bonded Structures
• Repair Techniques for Composites and Large, Highly
Integrated Assemblies
Environmental Performance
• Fuel Burn Reduction
• Noise Emissions Reduction
• Recyclability of Composite Structure
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Thermoplastics
Thermosets
Nanomaterials
High Temperature Composites
Large, Co-Cured Structures
Adhesive Bonding
Advanced Welding Techniques
Hybrid Structures (Metal to Composite Joining)
Automated Assembly
WG Progress
Task 2: Develop Tech Demo Project Proposals
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A standard template was developed to facilitate the collection of project ideas from
within the WG
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Individual organizations were requested to prepare project proposals reflecting
each group’s technology priorities – participants were encouraged to work together
in the development of collaborative proposals
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Original deadline for submission of project ideas was 1 Oct – subsequently
extended at the request of the participants to allow additional time for proposal
preparation
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Currently expect to receive submissions by end of Oct (anticipate 13 – 15 projects)
Status: On-Going
Next Steps: WG meeting to be held early Nov to review submissions and
decide on way forward
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NEXT GENERATION GREEN ENGINE
DEMONSTRATOR (NGGED)
Future Major Platform (FMP)
Intégrateur: Pratt & Whitney Canada Corp.
Leader: Frederic Lefebvre
Progress update, Oct. 25, 2010
P&WC Proprietary Information
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STATUS (Oct. 25, 2010)
Original proposal in December 2008
Green Technology Demonstrator (GTD)
- Full core demonstrator
- SFC, Emission and weight reduction
- Advanced green manufacturing technologies
Quebec “Avion Ecologique” program start in April 2010
Support the compressor development of the GTD
GTD project was redefined in October 2010, in line with FMP
Technology Matrix and P&WC future product needs to
respond to major OEMs
Next Generation Green Engine Demo “NGGED” : $80M over 3 years
Potential partners/collaborators identified
Next steps validate their interest
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P&WC NEXT GENERATION PRODUCT VISION
Leveraging Core and Integration Technologies
-30 to -40%
Relative Fuel Burn
Base TF
(Current RJ Engines)
NGRT
Base Turboprop
-13% to 21%
(Existing Fleet)
-2 to -3%
Advanced cycle
Advanced architecture
Material and coating
Integrated Prop/RGB
development
Cooling technology
(RMC)
2010
2015
2020
YEAR
-28%
-2 to -4%
Continued Integration
More Electric technology
2025
2030
NGRT is required to preserve turboprop competitiveness
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NGGED Benefits
 Secure the Next Generation Regional Turboprop
applications
 Help secure the single aisle market (A320 and B737
replacement)
 Preserve turboprop long term competitiveness
 Reduce mission fuel burn by 15% to 20% over the existing
turboprop fleet
 Increase power/weight by up to 30%
 Reduce emission level to 50% of the equivalent future
regulations
 Reduce product and operating cost
 Improve engine manufacturing and assembly flow
 Ensure Canadian supply chain readiness
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NGGED EIGHT PROJECTS ($80M
over 3 Years)
 Advanced combustion technology ($20M)
 Advanced compressor-combustion integration ($8M)
 Turbine advanced aerodynamic and cooling technologies
($14M)
 Advanced rotor materials and coating technologies ($8M)
 More Electric Architecture ($10M)
 Hybrid RGB configuration ($8M)
 Advanced and lean manufacturing and assembly processes
($8M)
 Advanced composite materials ($4M)
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GREEN TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATOR
Potential Partners and Suppliers
École Polytechnique
Université du Québec à TroisRivières
L’École de Technologie
Supérieure
Integran
Avcorp-Comtek
Goodwrich
MDS-PWC
University of British Columbia
Howmet Laval, Georgetown
Air Data Inc
Concordia University
Hamilton Sundstrand
National Research Council (NRC)
United Technologies Research
Centre
(UTRC)
Mesotec
University of Toronto
WSK
Magellan
Hispano-Suiza
Potential partners/suppliers identified and to be validated
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FMP technology – company mapping
 Early 2010 FMP technology matrix was updated by all subgroups
 Under NDA signed in October 2009 Airbus provided
confidential technology needs information for FMP to NRC,
IC.
 NRC Aerospace (IAR, IRAP) and IC have developed a
confidential list of companies in Canada relevant to the
Airbus needs.
 AIAC has been encouraging these companies to join FMP
TDPs
 Airbus is working on ways to develop a path for lower tiers
to Airbus new programs.
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EU FP7 Engagement and CSA
 Mr. Liam Breslin, Head of Unit, Aeronautics Research,
Directorate, General for Research and Technological
Development, European Commission visit to Canada in
June 2010.
 Meetings with AIAC, IC, NRC, DRDC, DFAIT in Ottawa
 Meetings with Industry, CRAIQ, AQA, AeroMontreal in
Montreal
 Vists to PWC, CAE, Bell and Bombardier
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EU FP7 Engagement and CSA
 Industry Canada and NRC to lead and coordinate Canadian
efforts with help from DFAIT in Brussels and Ottawa.
 Mr. Liam Breslin, lecture in Canada Pavilion at
Farnborough Air Show.
 Coordinated Support Action (CSA) announced – EU
funding for activities to help identify and set up EU –
Canada collaborations under FP7
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EU FP7 Engagement and CSA
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Attendance at various information gathering events to understand the CSA
approach and to build relationships (Farnborough Air show, Transport Days in
Brussels, Can EU JSTCC, etc.)
Circulation of latest call for research proposals to GARDN, AeroMontreal, NRC,
CRIAQ
Canadian - EU team to develop proposal established (led in EU by UK)
Canadian CSA proposal “core team” and “steering committee” terms of reference
developed in coordination with EU partners
Canadian CSA proposal “core team” established: NRC, IC, DFAIT, NSERC, AIAC
Canadian CSA proposal “steering Committee” scoped out – not confirmed yet
Preliminary draft of CSA proposal under discussion
Preliminary budget for Canadian side developed
Questionnaire to Canadian Industry (AIAC AGM) developed
Results of questionnaire will help us determine how aggressively we continue to
pursue this initiative.
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CANNAPE
(CANadian Networking Aerospace Project for Europe)
Competition under FP7: Exploring opportunities and stimulating research cooperation with Canada
Dr. Gill Richards co-ordinator
Activities to include:
- workshops, road shows and meetings
- Studies, fact finding, monitoring,
- Strategy development,
- Working or expert groups,
- Involvement of industry, organsiations and academia
- Operational support, data access and dissemination,
Information and communication activities
Cooperation with other European research schemes
( No technical research / development / demo activities…)
* Max. EU funding : 300 k€ + Canadian contribution e.g. in kind
* Typically up to 2 year duration
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Expected Impact of CANNAPE
 Form a European awareness of Canadian aerospace
capabilities.
 Produce a Technology Roadmap for strategic alignment.
 Dissemination of CANNAPE material by road shows,
workshops and websites.
 Increase Canadian/European collaboration in joint projects.
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