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  • 1 Declaration of the International Forum for Aviation Research IFAR

    The second IFAR Summit took place in the frame of the Paris Air show and on invitation of ONERA in Méry-sur-Oise, 18 19 June 2011. The participants represent the heads or the high level representatives from 20 aviation research organisations worldwide... The second IFAR Summit took place in the frame of the Paris Air show and on invitation of ONERA in Méry-sur-Oise, 18- 19 June 2011. The participants represent the heads or the high level representatives from 20 aviation research organisations worldwide
  • 2 Onera and Cetim Make a Breakthrough in the Production of Composite Parts

    This democratization of high level aerospace technology to the automotive industry will in return benefit the aeronautical manufacturers and suppliers, which may have large batches to manufacture (for example seats, which contain disadvantageous metal parts). This successful aero / auto skill sharing experience advocates the creation of" a composite" cross-sector, because the pooling of complementary skills would lead to considerable potential gain in performance and productivity
  • 3 Onera invents instant photography of electromagnetic waves

    The field of aerospace research is particularly fertile for these leading edge developments that require time- and patience- and the ability to combine scientific fields at the highest level. Share
  • 4 ONERA welcomes you to its stand at the Paris Air Show!

    The main technological challenges are decision-making autonomy in the management of the platform and stealth, whose high level requirements impose strong constraints in the electromagnetic and infrared domains. Under the supervision of the Ministry of Armed Forces and as a state expert for the DGA, ONERA partners with top ranking French industries
  • 5 Modeling of the Earth's radiation belts

    When these particles have sufficiently high energy levels, they tear off one or more electrons from the atoms they encounter, making them into positive ions. Satellites may be subject to high flows of ionizing particles (coming from the sun or trapped in the radiation belts), that may seriously damage the onboard electronics