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A novel method of producing airfoils / wings


AFFILIATION
     
University of Iceland

INVENTORS
Sólrún Traustadóttir and Andri Orrason

ISSUED US PATENT
Issued US Patent: P11936US00 / US 10,391,722 B1
Title: METHOD OF PRODUCING AEROFOILS
Date of Patent: August 27th 2019

             
SPARK

A novel method of producing airfoils / wings

AFFILIATION     
University of Iceland

INVENTORS
Sólrún Traustadóttir and Andri Orrason

ISSUED US PATENT
Issued US Patent: P11936US00 / US 10,391,722 B1
Title: METHOD OF PRODUCING AEROFOILS
Date of Patent: August 27th 2019

             
SPARK

A novel method of producing airfoils / wings

AFFILIATION
University of Iceland

INVENTORS
Sólrún Traustadóttir and Andri Orrason

ISSUED US PATENT
Issued US Patent: P11936US00 / US 10,391,722 B1
Title: METHOD OF PRODUCING AEROFOILS
Date of Patent: August 27th 2019

            
SPARK

A novel method of producing airfoils / wings

AFFILIATION 
University of Iceland

INVENTORS
Sólrún Traustadóttir and Andri Orrason

ISSUED US PATENT
Issued US Patent: P11936US00 / US 10,391,722 B1
Title: METHOD OF PRODUCING AEROFOILS
Date of Patent: August 27th 2019

            
SPARK

A novel method of producing airfoils / wings

AFFILIATION    
University of Iceland

INVENTORS
Sólrún Traustadóttir and Andri Orrason

ISSUED US PATENT
Issued US Patent: P11936US00 / US 10,391,722 B1
Title: METHOD OF PRODUCING AEROFOILS
Date of Patent: August 27th 2019

“The present invention can optimise aerodynamics while providing
more sustainable production processes and more durable seamless airfoils / wings.” 

“The present invention can optimise aerodynamics while providing
more sustainable production processes and more durable seamless airfoils / wings.” 

“The present invention can optimise aerodynamics while providing
more sustainable production processes and more durable seamless airfoils / wings.” 

“The present invention can optimise aerodynamics while providing
more sustainable production processes and more durable seamless airfoils/wings.” 

“The present invention can optimise aerodynamics while providing more sustainable production processes and more durable seamless airfoils/wings.” 

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The present invention provides (1) a process of producing composite material airfoils that does not require post-production assembly of individual components forming the upper and lower surfaces of the airfoil. In other words, the aerodynamic components of the airfoil structure can be produced as a single structure, eliminating the need for post-production gluing of individual parts of the aerodynamic structure (upper an lower surfaces). The invention also provides (2) airfoil structures produced by the method. The airfoil structures are produced from composite materials which combine advantageous properties of being very strong and corrosion resistant, yet having low weight.

ADVANTAGES & STRENGHTS

Airfoils are produced from material that ideally has properties of strength, elasticity, low weight and corrosion resistance. The present invention can optimise aerodynamics while providing more sustainable production processes and more durable seamless airfoils / wings


“They surprised me with the quality of, and method used to create, their wings.”
- Willem Toet, Professor,
Aerodynamics Specialist, Top-level motorsport + Formula 1 expert. 

 
APPLICATIONS & MARKET OPPORTUNITIES
Airfoil structures are commonly found on vehicles that are designed to move at high speed, such as airplanes, helicopters, race cars, drones and boats. The applications that the present invention can provide are:
- Method of producing airfoils / wings
- Seamless airfoils / wings

The invention provides solutions to the following sustainable development goals of the United Nations:

The present invention provides (1) a process of producing composite material airfoils that does not require post-production assembly of individual components forming the upper and lower surfaces of the airfoil. In other words, the aerodynamic components of the airfoil structure can be produced as a single structure, eliminating the need for post-production gluing of individual parts of the aerodynamic structure (upper an lower surfaces). The invention also provides (2) airfoil structures produced by the method. The airfoil structures are produced from composite materials which combine advantageous properties of being very strong and corrosion resistant, yet having low weight.

ADVANTAGES & STRENGTHS
Airfoils are produced from material that ideally has properties of strength, elasticity, low weight and corrosion resistance. The present invention can optimise aerodynamics while providing more sustainable production processes and more durable seamless airfoils / wings


“They surprised me with the quality of, and method used to create, their wings.”
- Willem Toet, Professor, Aerodynamics Specialist, Top-level motorsport + Formula 1 expert. 

 
APPLICATIONS & MARKET OPPORTUNITIES
Airfoil structures are commonly found on vehicles that are designed to move at high speed, such as airplanes, helicopters, race cars, drones and boats. The applications that the present invention can provide are:
- Method of producing airfoils / wings
- Seamless airfoils / wings

The invention provides solutions to the following sustainable development goals of the United Nations:

The present invention provides (1) a process of producing composite material airfoils that does not require post-production assembly of individual components forming the upper and lower surfaces of the airfoil. In other words, the aerodynamic components of the airfoil structure can be produced as a single structure, eliminating the need for post-production gluing of individual parts of the aerodynamic structure (upper an lower surfaces). The invention also provides (2) airfoil structures produced by the method. The airfoil structures are produced from composite materials which combine advantageous properties of being very strong and corrosion resistant, yet having low weight.

ADVANTAGES & STRENGHTS

Airfoils are produced from material that ideally has properties of strength, elasticity, low weight and corrosion resistance. The present invention can optimise aerodynamics while providing more sustainable production processes and more durable seamless airfoils / wings


“They surprised me with the quality of, and method used to create, their wings.”
- Willem Toet, Professor, Aerodynamics Specialist, Top-level motorsport + Formula 1 expert. 

 
APPLICATIONS & MARKET OPPORTUNITIES
Airfoil structures are commonly found on vehicles that are designed to move at high speed, such as airplanes, helicopters, race cars, drones and boats. The applications that the present invention can provide are:
- Method of producing airfoils / wings
- Seamless airfoils / wings

The invention provides solutions to the following sustainable development goals of the United Nations:

The present invention provides (1) a process of producing composite material airfoils that does not require post-production assembly of individual components forming the upper and lower surfaces of the airfoil. In other words, the aerodynamic components of the airfoil structure can be produced as a single structure, eliminating the need for post-production gluing of individual parts of the aerodynamic structure (upper an lower surfaces). The invention also provides (2) airfoil structures produced by the method. The airfoil structures are produced from composite materials which combine advantageous properties of being very strong and corrosion resistant, yet having low weight.

ADVANTAGES & STRENGHTS
Airfoils are produced from material that ideally has properties of strength, elasticity, low weight and corrosion resistance. The present invention can optimise aerodynamics while providing more sustainable production processes and more durable seamless products


“They surprised me with the quality of, and method used to create, their wings.”
- Willem Toet, Professor, Aerodynamics Specialist, Top-level motorsport + Formula 1 expert. 

APPLICATIONS & MARKET OPPORTUNITIES
Airfoil structures are commonly found on vehicles that are designed to move at high speed, such as airplanes, helicopters, race cars, drones and boats. The applications that the present invention can provide are:
- Method of producing airfoils / wings
- Seamless airfoils / wings 

The invention provides solutions to the following sustainable development goals of the United Nations:

The present invention provides (1) a process of producing composite material airfoils that does not require post-production assembly of individual components forming the upper and lower surfaces of the airfoil. In other words, the aerodynamic components of the airfoil structure can be produced as a single structure, eliminating the need for post-production gluing of individual parts of the aerodynamic structure (upper an lower surfaces). The invention also provides (2) airfoil structures produced by the method. The airfoil structures are produced from composite materials which combine advantageous properties of being very strong and corrosion resistant, yet having low weight.

ADVANTAGES & STRENGHTS
Airfoils are produced from material that ideally has properties of strength, elasticity, low weight and corrosion resistance. The present invention can optimise aerodynamics while providing more sustainable production processes and more durable seamless products


“They surprised me with the quality of, and method used to create, their wings.” - Willem Toet, Professor, Aerodynamics Specialist, Top-level motorsport + Formula 1 expert. 

APPLICATIONS & MARKET OPPORTUNITIES
Airfoil structures are commonly found on vehicles that are designed to move at high speed, such as airplanes, helicopters, race cars, drones and boats. The applications that the present invention can provide are:
- Method of producing airfoils / wings
- Seamless airfoils / wings 

The invention provides solutions to the following sustainable development goals of the United Nations:

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KEYWORDS
Airfoil, Aerofoil, Wings, production method, singular structure, seamless, Aerodynamics.

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COLLABORATION
TTO Iceland is looking for interested industrial partners and entrepreneurs for licensing the offered technology. We are willing to provide you with a more elaborate presentation of the technology if requested. 

For more information, please contact: susan@ttoiceland.is

KEYWORDS
Airfoil, Aerofoil, Wings, production method, singular structure, seamless, Aerodynamics.

RELATED PUBLICATIONS

COLLABORATION
TTO Iceland is looking for interested industrial partners and entrepreneurs for licensing the offered technology. We are willing to provide you with a more elaborate presentation of the technology if requested. 

For more information, please contact: susan@ttoiceland.is

KEYWORDS
Airfoil, Aerofoil, Wings, production method, singular structure, seamless, Aerodynamics.

RELATED PUBLICATIONS

COLLABORATION
TTO Iceland is looking for interested industrial partners and entrepreneurs for licensing the offered technology. We are willing to provide you with a more elaborate presentation of the technology if requested. 

For more information, please contact: susan@ttoiceland.is

KEYWORDS
Airfoil, Aerofoil, Wings, production method, singular structure, seamless, Aerodynamics.

RELATED PUBLICATIONS

COLLABORATION
TTO Iceland is looking for interested industrial partners and entrepreneurs for licensing the offered technology. We are willing to provide you with a more elaborate presentation of the technology if requested. 

For more information, please contact: susan@ttoiceland.is

KEYWORDS
Airfoil, Aerofoil, Wings, production method, singular structure, seamless, Aerodynamics.

RELATED PUBLICATIONS

COLLABORATION
TTO Iceland is looking for interested industrial partners and entrepreneurs for licensing the offered technology. We are willing to provide you with a more elaborate presentation of the technology if requested. 

For more information, please contact: susan@ttoiceland.is

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