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US News To save fuel: Lufthansa wraps Jets in Shark Skin

14:55  03 may  2021
14:55  03 may  2021 Source:   ksta.de

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Lufthansa Jets should save fuel in the future with the help of a novel surface foil. The surface developed by BASF is modeled by the ribbed skin of sharks, both companies reported on Monday.

Sharkskin-Technologie wird bei der Lufthansa-Cargoflotte eingeführt. © OBS Sharkskin technology is introduced at the Lufthansa Cargo Fleet.

With better aerodynamics, the luminaire could be reduced by about one percent, so that annual savings of 3700 tons of kerosene are possible when using the entire Lufthansa freighter fleet. Thus, the emission of around 11,700 tonnes of climate-damaging carbon dioxide (CO2) would avoided, which corresponds to around 48 cargo flights from Frankfurt to Shanghai.

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Lufthansa wants to equip all freighter aircraft with

from the coming year all the freighters of Lufthansa Cargo, ten jets of type Boeing 777, with the new film should be glued. It's about the bottom of the hull to the side surfaces where no disturbing window rows are available for freighters. Also parts of the wing would be glued, reported a spokesman for Lufthansa Technik. Overall, it is about 800 square meters shark skin per aircraft.

So far, the film has been tested on around 500 square meters on the submerged of a Boeing 747-jumboos. For this, Lufthansa Technik had also achieved the approval by European flying safety EASA.

Lufthansa Technik and BASF intend to develop the new technology consistently towards additional aircraft types and even larger areas. In first model calculations, shark skin technology was able to avoid up to 3 percent of CO2 emissions, the companies explained. (dpa)

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