Scale Model Flying-V: Invent while we build
The lorry pulls up very slowly, en route from the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering to Schiphol. The cargo on board is precious: the 3-meter-wide flying scale model of the revolutionary Flying-V aircraft.
Unpredictable training helps pilots manage surprise and stress in the cockpit
Unexpected events in the cockpit can provoke a startle and surprise response in pilots, sometimes resulting in fatal crashes. So, can pilots be given more effective tools to respond to these situations? Dr Annemarie Landman set out to investigate this topic in her recent doctoral thesis.
Visualizing aircraft noise – bringing silent aviation closer
Although aircraft engine noise has been reduced substantially over the past decades, the continuous growth in air traffic still puts the hundreds of millions of people living near airports at an increased risk for hearing problems and cardiovascular disease.
TU Delft expanding in space
The Delfi space program is preparing to launch its third satellite, and TU Delft satellite technology may even go beyond the far side of the moon.
Sean Pepper wins the Heinz Stoewer Award
He has won the award for his thesis work on a nanometre-scale positioning system for mirrors used in the Deployable Space Telescope.