Liquid Resin Infusion (LRI) process has been developed in the Clean Sky JTI for the manufacturing of wing stiffened panels in composite material with the aims to reduce the impact on...


The LRI process, especially for large scale structures, requires expensive 'trial and error' procedures and wide experience to get the correct infusion set-up


The development of the LRI technology will be done based on a scientific approach to the physics of the process, by the development of an accurate and efficient numerical simulation model

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Numerical simulation of the liquid infusion process for wing panels structure manufacturing and validation through an innovative test bench.

“ A Consortium led by The CIDAUT Foundation (Spain) together with ITRB (Cyprus) and PBLH International Consulting SPRL (Belgium) has been awarded for a grant agreement from Cleansky”, based on a SICAMB CfP.

Clean Sky is the most ambitious aeronautical research programme ever launched in Europe. Its mission is to develop breakthrough technologies to significantly increase the environmental performances of airplanes and air transport, resulting in less noisy and more fuel-efficient aircraft, hence bringing a key contribution in achieving the Single European Sky environmental objectives.

The Clean Sky JTI (Joint Technology Initiative) was born in 2008 and represents a unique Public-Private Partnership between the European Commission and the industry. It is managed by the Clean Sky Joint Undertaking (CSJU) until 31 December 2017.