Special Issue "Civil and Military Airworthiness: Recent Developments and Challenges (Volume III)"
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Interests: metal plasticity; low cycle fatigue; constitutive modelling; metal additive manufacturing; airworthiness
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The “Civil and Military Airworthiness: Recent Developments and Challenges” Special Issue will cover a broad range of contemporary issues and research conducted in the fields of initial and continuing airworthiness, both in civil and military aviation. This Special Issue offers the opportunity to academics, researchers, and industry practitioners working in the broader airworthiness area to publish their original research and review articles.
Particular emphasis will be placed on state-of-the-art review works and theoretical, experimental, computational research, and applied engineering work conducted on the following:
- Aircraft and aeronautical components testing and certification;
- Qualification and certification of new technologies, i.e., supersonic transport aircraft, electric, and hybrid propulsion aircraft, etc.
- Certification of systems specific to military aircraft;
- Qualification and certification of additively manufactured metallic and non-metallic safe/non-safety critical aircraft parts;
- Advanced testing and computational techniques for composite aircraft testing and certification;
- Reliability engineering methodologies and practice in aircraft design and engineering changes;
- Safety and risk assessment methodologies and practice in aircraft development;
- Human factors’ considerations in aircraft design.
- Safety and risk assessment in aircraft flight and technical operations;
- Reliability analysis of aircraft systems and components;
- Continuing airworthiness management practice in civil and military aviation;
- Development and optimization of aircraft maintenance programs;
- Development and optimization of military aircraft structural integrity (ASI) management programs;
- Effective and efficient inspection and sustainment techniques for composite aircraft;
- Human factors in aircraft maintenance and operations;
- Safety management effectiveness in flight and technical operations;
- Quality management and optimization in aircraft maintenance organizations;
- Aircraft technical and non-technical cost analysis and estimation techniques.
This is the 3rd volume of Special Issue “Civil and Military Airworthiness: Recent Developments and Challenges”, which offers the opportunity for academics and research and industry practitioners to contribute their work on this highly important aeronautical engineering and aviation practice field.
Dr. Kyriakos I. Kourousis
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