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The Cold Flow Turbine Test Facility “Polonia Aero” is involved in several national and international projects. Here the most important:

EU Projects

INNOLOT Coopernik

Cooperative Research for Next Generation High Efficiency LP Turbine
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The aim of the COOPERNIK research Project is the design, the manufacture and test of some of the critical technologies required to achieve more efficient low-pressure turbine for wide body application. COOPERNIK also took-up the results of on-going research programs in the field of noise and emissions and delivered a fully validated, novel technology to enable a 1,5% reduction in fuel burn with respect to 2010 engines and hence contributed to the achievement of the ACARE goals in 2020.

Operational Programme Innovative Economy

Operational Programme Innovative Economy, Priority Axis 2 – R&D infrastructure
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The Cold Flow Turbine Test Facility was financed within the framework of the Operational Programme Innovative Economy initiated by representatives of Polish Science (Warsaw University of Technology and Military University of Technology) and the aeronautical industry - Avio Aero and Military Aircraft Works No. 2 SA. The initiators of the project are, on the one hand, some of the most well-known Polish specialists in the field of turbine research from Warsaw University of Technology and Military University of Technology and, on the other hand, industrial partners including Avio Aero and Military Aircraft Works No. 2 SA (Wojskowe Zaklady Lotnicze Nr 2 S.A.) in Warsaw, who established a scientific-industrial consortium in 2008, the Aircraft Propulsion Research Laboratory - "Polonia Aero" (Laboratorium Badań Napędów Lotniczych).

The aim of the consortium was to build a network of laboratories, resulting in a synergy effect, to conduct advanced research in the field of turbine flow aerodynamics, with each project fully functional and independent.

The advantage of the project is the great support it gives to industrial R&D; it is not only attractive for scientific reasons but also for the development of industrial technologies.

Total cost: 188,790,177.27 PLN

European Regional Development Fund financing: 160,386,650.68 PLN

Polish State Budget financing: 28,303, 526.59 PLN

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