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                    [DETAIL_TEXT] => From 27 August to 1 September 2019, the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2019 will take place in Zhukovsky, Moscow region. 

The Central Institute of Aviation Motors (CIAM) will present its latest developments at the joint exposition of the National Research Center "Zhukovsky Institute".

CIAM will demonstrate scientific and engineering solutions for improvement of modern engines as well as technologies of the future.

The main theme of the CIAM’s exposition is electric aircraft engines and hybrid power plants. The Institute will showcase a flying laboratory model for testing a hybrid power plant demonstrator, a 500 kW (679 hp) electric motor and a 60 kW (80 hp) all-electric hydrogen fuel cell power plant demonstrator.

One of the CIAM’s ‘premieres’ at MAKS-2019 is an experimental TRD-60 gas turbine engine demonstrator of a modular design with a small quantity of components. New technologies are being tested on it to ensure the competitiveness of advanced small-size gas turbine engines. With the TRD-60 core engine as the baseline, engine designs for light aircraft and helicopters have already been developed. The light weight of the engine will allow the aircraft to take on board more payload and, due to the engine characteristics, to rise higher and move faster.

A part of the CIAM exhibition will be dedicated to components, modules and structures of aircraft engines made from new materials. These solutions provide significant gains in weight, size and service life. A wide range of products from composite materials and additively manufactured structures will be demonstrated.

An interactive program will allow the Airshow visitors to look into a digital prototype of a 1:1 scale air intake device of an aircraft engine using VR technology. Combining results of supercomputer modeling of gas-dynamic processes with the 3D model of the air intake allows to demonstrate the influence of geometry on gas-dynamic flows in the engine.

We invite you to visit the joint exposition of the National Research Center “Zhukovsky Institute” in D2 Hall to get acquainted with the latest developments in aviation technology.



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Representatives of the delegation got acquainted with the exhibition and held several business meetings with foreign partners, including ONERA, the French Aerospace Lab.

Two years ago, a memorandum of cooperation was signed between CIAM and ONERA, which implies joint research on advanced aircraft propulsion systems.

At the meeting, European research programs on hybrid aircraft propulsion systems were discussed, as well as cooperation in a number of areas related to the improvement of low-emission combustion chambers for gas turbine engines.

Paris Air Show is the largest air show in the world. Established in 1909, it has been held every odd year at Paris - Le Bourget Airport. This year, representatives from 48 countries attended the Air Show.


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Creating the next generation of 3D simulations means for icing is the main goal of the ICE GENESIS international cooperation project of the European Union's Horizon 2020 program.

The project started this year and is designed for four years. The Russian side in the project, together with the Central Institue of Aviation Motors (CIAM, a subsidiary of the National Research Center ‘Zhukovsky Institute’), is represented by TsAGI as the project coordinator in Russia, the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, and the Central Aerological Observatory.

The researchers of Russia and the European Union are to develop computational and experimental methods for modeling and protecting against large supercooled drops and snow.

In the project, CIAM is responsible for the experimental part: selection of measuring devices, upgrading test equipment and its calibration in accordance with the EASA requirements for environmental tests, as well as for conducting a set of experimental studies on modeling the atmospheric conditions of large supercooled drops in bench conditions.

“Supercooled water droplets contained in the atmospheric cloud, in contact with elements of the wing or fuselage, form ice buildup,” comments the project manager at CIAM Alexey Goryachev (Ph.D.). - Using only anti-icing coatings, as a rule, does not lead to the desired results. A set of measures is needed to protect the elements of an aircraft from the effects of icing conditions. CIAM has several decades’ experience in research on icing. There is no analogue of our test base in Europe. In the course of the project implementation, it is also planned to modernize the CIAM stand for environmental testing.”

Creating a new generation of 3D simulation means for icing will allow weather hazards to be more precisely evaluated and properly mitigated. Furthermore, the results of the ICE GENESIS project will open up the possibility of using digital tools as a means of confirming the compliance of business aircraft, regional and long-haul aircraft, helicopters and engines with regulatory requirements.


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The event brought together around 200 key laser and optics manufacturers, research institutes and universities from Russia, Austria, Belarus, China, Finland, Germany, Japan, Lithuania, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, USA.

CIAM featured its exhibits on the exhibition stand of CameraIQ, one of the leading distributors of cameras and imaging systems for machine vision and research in Russia.

The Institute presented an extra-power industrial liquid-cooled lighting system consisting of compact modular LED free-form luminaires with variable density of luminous flux.

CIAM Svetilnik.JPG

The brightness of a module when operating in continuous mode is 512,000 lm, while in pulsed mode it amounts to 1,536,000 lm. For comparison: a conventional incandescent 100 W lamp emits approximately 1300 lm.

The liquid cooling technology used by CIAM allows the device to operate at elevated temperatures – up to + 500 ° C. The modular design of arbitrary geometry and compatibility with any lenses and reflectors make it possible to tailor the necessary scattering angles.

As of today, in terms of luminous flux and technical characteristics, the system developed by CIAM has no analogues in the world.

The lamp is designed to work in difficult operating conditions (vacuum, high ambient temperatures) with high requirements for compactness and surface density of the light flux. The system can be used for the purposes of high-speed shooting in testing laboratories, at industrial and transport facilities. [~DETAIL_TEXT] => Specialists of the Central Institute of Aviation Motors (CIAM, a subsidiary of the National Research Senter ‘Zhukovsky Institute’) took part in the 14th Photonics - World of Lasers and Optics Exhibition which took place 4-7 March 2019 in Moscow.

The event brought together around 200 key laser and optics manufacturers, research institutes and universities from Russia, Austria, Belarus, China, Finland, Germany, Japan, Lithuania, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, USA.

CIAM featured its exhibits on the exhibition stand of CameraIQ, one of the leading distributors of cameras and imaging systems for machine vision and research in Russia.

The Institute presented an extra-power industrial liquid-cooled lighting system consisting of compact modular LED free-form luminaires with variable density of luminous flux.

CIAM Svetilnik.JPG

The brightness of a module when operating in continuous mode is 512,000 lm, while in pulsed mode it amounts to 1,536,000 lm. For comparison: a conventional incandescent 100 W lamp emits approximately 1300 lm.

The liquid cooling technology used by CIAM allows the device to operate at elevated temperatures – up to + 500 ° C. The modular design of arbitrary geometry and compatibility with any lenses and reflectors make it possible to tailor the necessary scattering angles.

As of today, in terms of luminous flux and technical characteristics, the system developed by CIAM has no analogues in the world.

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Testing this class of engine is an early step towards the development of hybrid (electrical) power plants for aerial devices.

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The electric engine was developed by SuperOx with the support of the Advanced Research Foundation.
This was the first time in Russia that an engine of this class was tested. The preparatory work had taken about three months with many CIAM’s departments involved.
To conduct testing, the necessary equipment had been manufactured and the bench had been refined in accordance with the electric engine’s technical features.
In the course of the test, the engine performance was validated.
The results will be used to develop a further test programme.
Testing will continue in 2019.
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The Central Institute of Aviation Motors (CIAM) will present its latest developments at the joint exposition of the National Research Center "Zhukovsky Institute". CIAM will demonstrate scientific and engineering solutions for improvement of modern engines as well as technologies of the future. The main theme of the CIAM’s exposition is electric aircraft engines and hybrid power plants. The Institute will showcase a flying laboratory model for testing a hybrid power plant demonstrator, a 500 kW (679 hp) electric motor and a 60 kW (80 hp) all-electric hydrogen fuel cell power plant demonstrator. One of the CIAM’s ‘premieres’ at MAKS-2019 is an experimental TRD-60 gas turbine engine demonstrator of a modular design with a small quantity of components. New technologies are being tested on it to ensure the competitiveness of advanced small-size gas turbine engines. With the TRD-60 core engine as the baseline, engine designs for light aircraft and helicopters have already been developed. The light weight of the engine will allow the aircraft to take on board more payload and, due to the engine characteristics, to rise higher and move faster. A part of the CIAM exhibition will be dedicated to components, modules and structures of aircraft engines made from new materials. These solutions provide significant gains in weight, size and service life. A wide range of products from composite materials and additively manufactured structures will be demonstrated. An interactive program will allow the Airshow visitors to look into a digital prototype of a 1:1 scale air intake device of an aircraft engine using VR technology. Combining results of supercomputer modeling of gas-dynamic processes with the 3D model of the air intake allows to demonstrate the influence of geometry on gas-dynamic flows in the engine. We invite you to visit the joint exposition of the National Research Center “Zhukovsky Institute” in D2 Hall to get acquainted with the latest developments in aviation technology. 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Two years ago, a memorandum of cooperation was signed between CIAM and ONERA, which implies joint research on advanced aircraft propulsion systems. At the meeting, European research programs on hybrid aircraft propulsion systems were discussed, as well as cooperation in a number of areas related to the improvement of low-emission combustion chambers for gas turbine engines. Paris Air Show is the largest air show in the world. Established in 1909, it has been held every odd year at Paris - Le Bourget Airport. This year, representatives from 48 countries attended the Air Show. 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Creating the next generation of 3D simulations means for icing is the main goal of the ICE GENESIS international cooperation project of the European Union's Horizon 2020 program. The project started this year and is designed for four years. The Russian side in the project, together with the Central Institue of Aviation Motors (CIAM, a subsidiary of the National Research Center ‘Zhukovsky Institute’), is represented by TsAGI as the project coordinator in Russia, the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, and the Central Aerological Observatory. The researchers of Russia and the European Union are to develop computational and experimental methods for modeling and protecting against large supercooled drops and snow. In the project, CIAM is responsible for the experimental part: selection of measuring devices, upgrading test equipment and its calibration in accordance with the EASA requirements for environmental tests, as well as for conducting a set of experimental studies on modeling the atmospheric conditions of large supercooled drops in bench conditions. “Supercooled water droplets contained in the atmospheric cloud, in contact with elements of the wing or fuselage, form ice buildup,” comments the project manager at CIAM Alexey Goryachev (Ph.D.). - Using only anti-icing coatings, as a rule, does not lead to the desired results. A set of measures is needed to protect the elements of an aircraft from the effects of icing conditions. CIAM has several decades’ experience in research on icing. There is no analogue of our test base in Europe. In the course of the project implementation, it is also planned to modernize the CIAM stand for environmental testing.” Creating a new generation of 3D simulation means for icing will allow weather hazards to be more precisely evaluated and properly mitigated. Furthermore, the results of the ICE GENESIS project will open up the possibility of using digital tools as a means of confirming the compliance of business aircraft, regional and long-haul aircraft, helicopters and engines with regulatory requirements. 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The event brought together around 200 key laser and optics manufacturers, research institutes and universities from Russia, Austria, Belarus, China, Finland, Germany, Japan, Lithuania, Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, USA.

CIAM featured its exhibits on the exhibition stand of CameraIQ, one of the leading distributors of cameras and imaging systems for machine vision and research in Russia.

The Institute presented an extra-power industrial liquid-cooled lighting system consisting of compact modular LED free-form luminaires with variable density of luminous flux.

CIAM Svetilnik.JPG

The brightness of a module when operating in continuous mode is 512,000 lm, while in pulsed mode it amounts to 1,536,000 lm. For comparison: a conventional incandescent 100 W lamp emits approximately 1300 lm.

The liquid cooling technology used by CIAM allows the device to operate at elevated temperatures – up to + 500 ° C. The modular design of arbitrary geometry and compatibility with any lenses and reflectors make it possible to tailor the necessary scattering angles.

As of today, in terms of luminous flux and technical characteristics, the system developed by CIAM has no analogues in the world.

The lamp is designed to work in difficult operating conditions (vacuum, high ambient temperatures) with high requirements for compactness and surface density of the light flux. The system can be used for the purposes of high-speed shooting in testing laboratories, at industrial and transport facilities. 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The electric engine is developed by SuperOx with the support of the Advanced Research Foundation. Testing this class of engine is an early step towards the development of hybrid (electrical) power plants for aerial devices. According to Mikhail Gordin, CIAM Director General, embodiment of second-generation superconducting materials cooled by liquid nitrogen in the engine design allows for an increased performance factor and reduced mass-dimensional characteristics of electrical machines and hybrid power plants based thereon. 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