Building on its expertise in high-lift systems for commercial aircraft, Germany is researching the next generation of active systems that can increase aircraft design flexibility, improve efficiency and reduce noise. In addition to active high-lift systems for conventional airliners, the nationally funded Collaborative Research Center (CRC) 880 in Braunschweig is developing technologies that could provide a technically feasible and economically viable path to short-takeoff-and-landing ...

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