More Electric Aircraft Europe 2017
Hybrid-electric distributed propulsion system - Optimal electric systems - High temperature power electronics - Thermal management - Superconducting machines
More Electric Aircraft (MEA) applications demand high reliability, high availability, and high power density while aiming to reduce weight, complexity, fuel consumption, operational costs, and environmental impact. New electric driven systems can meet these requirements and also provide significant technical and economic improvements over conventional mechanical, hydraulic, or pneumatic systems.
However, the MEA puts some challenges on the aircraft electrical system, both in the amount of the required power and the processing and management of this power.
Join us to share ideas, problems and solutions relating to technological developments as well as future concepts associated to more electricalircraft.
Past Featured Speakers
Coordinator electric flight
German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Reasons to Attend
Optimal design of electric systems for MEA
Move to More Electric Aircraft – results and upcoming projects
Power Electronics: High temperature PE
Potentials, challenges and limits of intelligent and effective thermal management
Hybrid-electric distributed propulsion system
Energy storage as the key to MEA design success
Superconducting Machines and Power Systems