Ir. A.A.R. (Agnes) Broer MSc
Ir. A.A.R. (Agnes) Broer 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 thePhD Council at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering. She supports the practice of open science as a member of theOpen Science Community Delftand raises awareness to proper data management at the AE faculty as a data champion.
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.
Aircraft Maintenance; Composite Structures; Structural Health Monitoring; Artificial Intelligence; Data Fusion; Fatigue and Impact Loads.
The Need for Multi-Sensor Data Fusion in Structural Health Monitoring of Composite Aircraft Structures
Agnes A.R. Broer / R. Benedictus / D. Zarouchas
Fusion-based damage diagnostics for stiffened composite panels
Agnes Broer / Georgios Galanopoulos / Rinze Benedictus / Theodoros Loutas / Dimitrios Zarouchas
Hierarchical Upscaling of Data-Driven Damage Diagnostics for Stiffened Composite Aircraft Structures
Agnes Broer / Nan Yue / Georgios Galanopoulos / Rinze Benedictus / Theodoros Loutas / Dimitrios Zarouchas
Assessing stiffness degradation of stiffened composite panels in post-buckling compression-compression fatigue using guided waves
Nan Yue / Agnes Broer / William Briand / Marc Rébillat / Theodoros Loutas / Dimitrios Zarouchas
Adapted anisomorphic model for fatigue life prediction of CFRP laminates under constant amplitude loading
A.A.R. Broer / D. Zarouchas
How to make composite airliners even lighter
Appeared in: AirInsight
Kennisbank voor voorspellend onderhoud aan vliegtuigen
Appeared in: De Ingenieur
Kennisbank TU Delft voorspelt conditie vliegtuigconstructie
Appeared in: Made-In-Europe
L&R presenteert materiaalonderzoek: buigen tot ie barst
Appeared in: Delta
What 438.000 test cycles tell me about the health of an aircraft structure
Appeared in: Remap
3rd Best Place - Young Researcher Paper (IEEE Metrology for AeroSpace)
Best paper presented by a young researcher - 3rd classified for "Health Indicators for Diagnostics and Prognostics of Composite Aerospace Structures"
8th IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for AeroSpace, MetroAeroSpace 2021
3rd Prize Poster Award for "Damage Diagnostics Utilizing Sensor Data Fusion"
PhD Academic Event 2020