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Simorgh, Abolfazl (author), Soler, Manuel (author), González-Arribas, Daniel (author), Matthes, Sigrun (author), Grewe, V. (author), Dietmüller, Simone (author), Baumann, Sabine (author), Yin, F. (author), Castino, F. (author)
The strong growth rate of the aviation industry in recent years has created significant challenges in terms of environmental impact. Air traffic contributes to climate change through the emission of carbon dioxide (CO<sub>2</sub>) and other non-CO<sub>2</sub> effects, and the associated climate impact is expected to soar further. The...
review 2022
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Rao, P.V. (author), Yin, F. (author), Grewe, V. (author), Yamashita, Hiroshi (author), Jöckel, Patrick (author), Matthes, Sigrun (author), Mertens, Mariano (author), Frömming, Christine (author)
Aviation contributes to 3.5% of anthropogenic climate change in terms of Effective Radiative Forcing (ERF) and 5% in terms of temperature change. Aviation climate impact is expected to increase rapidly due to the growth of air transport sector in most regions of the world and the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are expected to only have a...
abstract 2022
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Rao, P.V. (author), Yin, F. (author), Grewe, V. (author), Yamashita, Hiroshi (author), Jöckel, Patrick (author), Matthes, Sigrun (author), Mertens, Mariano (author), Frömming, Christine (author)
One possibility to reduce the climate impact of aviation is the avoidance of climate-sensitive regions, which is synonymous with climate-optimised flight planning. Those regions can be identified by algorithmic Climate Change Functions (aCCFs) for nitrogen oxides (NOx), water vapour (H2O) as well as contrail cirrus, which provide a measure of...
journal article 2022
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Yamashita, Hiroshi (author), Yin, F. (author), Grewe, V. (author), Jöckel, Patrick (author), Matthes, Sigrun (author), Kern, Bastian (author), Dahlmann, Katrin (author), Frömming, Christine (author)
Climate-optimized routing is an operational measure to effectively reduce the climate impact of aviation with a slight increase in aircraft operating costs. This study examined variations in the flight characteristics among five aircraft routing strategies and discusses several characteristics of those routing strategies concerning typical...
journal article 2021
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Castino, F. (author), Yin, F. (author), Grewe, V. (author), Soler, Manuel (author), Simorgh, Abolfazl (author), Yamashita, Hiroshi (author), Matthes, Sigrun (author), Baumann, Sabine (author), Linke, Florian (author)
Air traffic contributes to global warming through CO2 and non-CO2 effects, including the impact of NOx emissions on atmospheric ozone and methane, formation of contrails, and changes in the amount of stratospheric water vapour. The climate impact of non-CO2 effects is highly dependent on the background atmospheric conditions at the time and...
conference paper 2021
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Deck, K.T. (author), Grewe, V. (author), Yin, F. (author), Dedoussi, I.C. (author), Vos, Roelof (author), Proesmans, P. (author), Linke, Florian (author), Kaushik Radhakrishnan, Kaushik (author), Niklaβ, Malte (author)
Aviation ensures mobility for both passengers and goods. It is important as a transport sector for connections on and between continents. Nevertheless, aviation also contributes to anthropogenic climate change. The e_ects are usually divided in CO2 and non-CO2 e_ects and therefore not only CO2 emissions but also other emissions (e.g., NOx, water...
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Lührs, Benjamin (author), Linke, Florian (author), Matthes, Sigrun (author), Grewe, V. (author), Yin, F. (author)
Air traffic contributes to anthropogenic global warming by about 5% due to CO<sub>2</sub> emissions and non-CO<sub>2</sub> effects, which are primarily caused by the emission of NO<sub>x</sub> and water vapor as well as the formation of contrails. Since-in the long term-the aviation industry is expected to maintain its trend to grow,...
journal article 2021
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Yin, F. (author), Gangoli Rao, A. (author)
Society is going through transformations at a rate that is unprecedented in human history. One such transformation is the energy transition, which will affect almost every facet of our society. Gas turbine engines are state of the art machines, a backbone of modern society, and used in various applications, right from power generation to...
review 2020
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van Holsteijn, M.R. (author), Gangoli Rao, A. (author), Yin, F. (author)
With the growing pressure to reduce the environmental footprint of aviation, new and efficient propulsion systems must be investigated. The current research looks at the operating characteristics of a turbofan engine in a parallel hybrid-electric propulsion system. Electric motors are used to supply power in the most demanding take-off and...
conference paper 2020
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Gangoli Rao, A. (author), Yin, F. (author), Werij, H.G.C. (author)
Aviation is the backbone of our modern society. In 2019, around 4.5 billion passengers travelled through the air. However, at the same time, aviation was also responsible for around 5% of anthropogenic causes of global warming. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the aviation sector in the short term is clearly very high, but the long-term...
review 2020
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Matthes, Sigrun (author), Lührs, Benjamin (author), Dahlmann, Katrin (author), Grewe, V. (author), Linke, Florian (author), Yin, F. (author), Klingaman, Emma (author), Shine, Keith P. (author)
Aviation can reduce its climate impact by controlling its CO<sub>2</sub>-emission and non-CO<sub>2</sub> effects, e.g., aviation-induced contrail-cirrus and ozone caused by nitrogen oxide emissions. One option is the implementation of operational measures that aim to avoid those atmospheric regions that are in particular sensitive to non-CO...
journal article 2020
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Deck, K.T. (author), Grewe, V. (author), Yin, F. (author), Dedoussi, I.C. (author), Vos, Roelof (author), Proesmans, P. (author), Linke, Florian (author), Kaushik Radhakrishnan, Kaushik (author), Niklaβ, Malte (author)
Aviation is a highly necessary transport sector in our modern society. It guarantees mobility on a short- and long-range spectrum and is still a growing sector. However, aviation also contributes signi_cantly to the anthropogenic climate change via CO2 and non-CO2 e_ects. One possibility to reduce the climate impact of aviation would be to...
abstract 2020
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Yin, F. (author), Grewe, V. (author), Gierens, Klaus (author)
Aviation is responsible for approximately 5% of global warming and is expected to increase substantially in the future. Given the continuing expansion of air traffic, mitigation of aviation’s climate impact becomes challenging but imperative. Among various mitigation options, hybrid-electric aircraft (HEA) have drawn intensive attention due to...
journal article 2020
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Yamashita, H. (author), Yin, F. (author), Grewe, V. (author), Jockel, P. (author), Matthes, Sigrun (author), Kern, Bastian (author), Dahlmann, K. (author), Frömming, C. (author)
A climate-optimized routing is expected as an operational measure to reduce the climate impact of aviation, whereas this routing causes extra aircraft operating costs. This study performs some air traffic simulations of nine aircraft routing strategies which include the climate-optimized routing, and examines characteristics of those routings. A...
abstract 2020
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Yamashita, Hiroshi (author), Yin, F. (author), Grewe, V. (author), Jöckel, Partrick (author), Matthes, Sigrun (author), Kern, B. (author), Dahlmann, Katrin (author), Frömming, Christine (author)
Aviation contributes to climate change, and the climate impact of aviation is expected to increase further. Adaptations of aircraft routings in order to reduce the climate impact are an important climate change mitigation measure. The air traffic simulator AirTraf, as a submodel of the European Center HAMburg general circulation model (ECHAM)...
journal article 2020
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Linke, F. (author), Radhakrishnan, K. (author), Grewe, V. (author), Vos, Roelof (author), Niklaß, Malte (author), Lührs, B. (author), Yin, F. (author), Dedoussi, I.C. (author), Proesmans, P. (author), Deck, K.T. (author)
Given the comparably high impact of aircraft emissions, especially their non-CO2 effects, on climate in the order of 5%, aviation stakeholders are required to act to reduce the warming effects of air traffic. Besides new operational procedures, like e.g. climate-optimized routing, this demands the development of completely new global-warming...
abstract 2020
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Yin, F. (author), Grewe, V. (author), Gierens, K. (author)
iation is responsible for approximately 5% of global warming and is expected to increase substantially in the future. In the face of the continuing expansion of air traffic, mitigation of the aviation’s climate impact becomes challenging, but imperative. Among various mitigation options, hybrid electric aircraft (HEA) has drawn intensive...
abstract 2020
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Matthes, Sigrun (author), Lührs, Benjamin (author), Dahlmann, K. (author), Linke, F. (author), Grewe, V. (author), Yin, F. (author), Shine, K.P. (author)
Aviation can reduce its climate impact by controlling its CO2-emission and non-CO2 effects, e.g. aviation-induced contrail-cirrus and ozone caused by nitrogen oxide emissions. One option is the implementation of operational measures which aim to avoid those atmospheric regions that are in particular sensitive to non-CO2 aviation effects, e.g....
abstract 2020
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Lührs, Benjamin (author), Linke, F. (author), Matthes, Sigrun (author), Grewe, V. (author), Yin, F. (author), Shine, K.P. (author)
Air traffic contributes to anthropogenic global warming by about 5% due to CO2 emissions (about 1/3) and non-CO2 effects (about 2/3) primarily caused by emissions of NOx and water vapour as well as the formation of contrails. Since aviation is expected to maintain its trend to grow over the next decades, mitigation measures are required...
abstract 2020
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Gangoli Rao, A. (author), Yin, F. (author)
Aviation is the backbone of our modern society. At present, around 4.5 Billion passengers travel through the air every year and aviation is responsible for around 5 % of anthropogenic causes of Global Warming (Lee et al, 2009). With the increase in global GDP, the number of travellers is expected to increase to 7.5 Billion by 2037 and to around...
abstract 2020
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