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Supporting the DJINN - ENODISE Conference

PULSAR project is delighted to announce that it is supporting the organisation of the DJINN - ENODISE Conference - Aeroacoustic Installation Effects in Conventional and New Aircraft Propulsion Systems – which will take place between 22 - 24 November 2023 in Berlin, Germany.

This conference aims to provide an open discussion platform for scientists interested in the field of aeroacoustics and noise reduction, as well as an opportunity to share and discuss some of the results generated within the DJINN and ENODISE projects with a wider scientific audience. Therefore, the key ambition is tied to the provision of advanced tools for coupled

aerodynamics-aeroacoustics to enable design optimisation in future industrial environments and to reach a new level of noise reduction through highly collaborative effort – with the main innovative objectives targeting industrial needs.

The registration is now open. Please see below the details:

Deadline for registration: 12 November 2023

DJINN (Decrease Jet INstallation Noise) is a project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 861438. The project aims to develop a new generation of reliable computational fluid dynamics (CFD) technologies for assessing promising noise-reduction technologies, with support and validation from reduced-scale experiments.

ENODISE (ENabling Optimized DISruptivE airframe propulsion Integration Concepts) is a project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 860103. The project aims to reduce aircraft gaseous and noise emissions by improving the integration of the propulsion system with the airframe. It focuses on investigating the main propulsion airframe integration issues at low TRL and on building a solid basis of knowledge and methods based on simplified but representative configurations, permitting the assessment of a variety of integration concepts.

More information is available on the event flyer.



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