Ir. A.A.R. (Agnes) Broer-Reinoso Rondinel MSc
Agnes Broer is a PhD researcher at the Structural Integrity and Composites Section at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering of Delft University of Technology. She works on structural health monitoring (SHM) applications for composite aircraft structures. Her research includes works on assessing SHM applications under realistic loading conditions using AI-based multi-sensing approaches.
Besides her research work, she is an active member of the PhD Council at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering. She supports the practice of open science as a member of the Open Science Community Delft and raises awareness to proper data management at the AE faculty as a data champion.
Aircraft Maintenance; Composite Structures; Structural Health Monitoring; Artificial Intelligence; Data Fusion; Fatigue and Impact Loads.
H2020 ReMAP: Real-time Condition-based Maintenance for Adaptive Aircraft Maintenance Planning
ReMAP will contribute to reinforce the European leadership in aeronautics by developing an open-source solution for aircraft maintenance, the Integrated Fleet Health Management (IFHM) system. By replacing fixed-interval inspections with adaptive condition-based interventions, ReMAP will have an estimated benefit to the European aviation of more than 700 million Euros per year. This is due to a direct decrease in maintenance costs, reduced unscheduled aircraft maintenance events, and increased aircraft availability.
Broer, A. , Galanopoulos, G. , Benedictus, R. , Loutas, T. , & Zarouchas, D. (2021). Fusion-based damage diagnostics for stiffened composite panels . Structural Health Monitoring: an international journal . https://doi.org/10.1177/14759217211007127