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. VILNIUS GEDIMINAS TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. Antanas Gustaitis Aviation InstituteFaculty of ArchitectureFaculty of Business ManagementFaculty of Civil EngineeringFaculty of ElectronicsFaculty of Environmental EngineeringFaculty of Fundamental SciencesFaculty of Transport EngineeringFaculty of Mechanics.
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Prof. Dr. Habil . Jonas Stank ū nas Co-creator s : Eng . K ę stutis Leonavi č ius Eng. Virgilijus Kaminskas Eng . Stasys Skalskis Eng. Vytautas Ma č iulis Vilnius Gediminas Technical University A. Gustaitis Aviation Institute Aeronautics in Lithuania –Education , Research and Industry

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VILNIUS GEDIMINAS TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY Antanas Gustaitis Aviation Institute Faculty of Architecture Faculty of Business Management Faculty of Civil Engineering Faculty of Electronics Faculty of Environmental Engineering Faculty of Fundamental Sciences Faculty of Transport Engineering Faculty of Mechanics

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ANTANAS GUSTAITIS AVIATION INSTITUTE Aviation Technologies Department Aviation Mechanics Department Avionics Department Aviation Research Laboratory Flight Training Unit Air activity Control Training Unit

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ANTANAS GUSTAITIS AVIATION INSTITUTE Electronics Aviation Mechanics Automation Aircraft Piloting Air Traffic Control Aviation Business Management

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Aeronautics in Lithuania – Education Research and Industry STRUCTURE OF AVIATION IN LITHUANIA 14 masters 2 planes 220 pros 21 plane 1974 experts 560 planes

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STRUCTURE OF LITHUANIAN AVIATION INDUSTRY PRODUCT . Configuration RESEARCH LEARNING STATE ORG. Open ORG. REPAIR Helisota Termikas AviaBaltika "Sportine aviacija" "Helisota" VGTU AGAI LAF VGTU AGAI KTU CAA LAPIA LAK MANUF ACT. Sportine Av Helisota OVERHA UL LAL TC Aeronautics in Lithuania – Education Research and Industry LITHUANIAN AVIATION INDUSTRY There is an entire arrangement of flight related organizations in Lithuania having possibilit y to create, make and repair light and medium size air ships .

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Aeronautics in Lithuania – Education Research and Industry BRIEF HISTORY (1920-1940) History of assembling Lithuanian light planes began after WWI, when independe ce of the Republic of Lithuania was restored. There is a rundown of a few planes composed by renowned pre-war aeronautical originators: J. Dobkevichius warriors Dobi-1, Dobi-2, Dobi-3 (1922-1925) B. Oshkinis essential lightweight planes T-1, T-2, MO (1930-1935) B. Karvelis don lightweight flyers BK-1, BK-2 (1938-1940) A. Gustaitis recon n aissance and assault planes ANBO-I, ANBO-II, ANBO-III , ANBO-I V, ANBO-41, ANBO-V, ANBO-VIII (1925-1939)

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Aeronautics in Lithuania – Education Research and Industry BRIEF HISTORY (19 50 - 19 90 ) Specialized in manufactur e of light and game planes, Lithuania was the main place in previous SU where present day composite lightweight planes were created and fabricated. LAK-9,10,12,15 Lietuva Open class lightweight plane 1972-199 0 LAK-11 Nida 15 m class lightweight plane 1977-1985 LAK-14,16 Strazdas Primary lightweight flyer 1980-1996 LAK-5,8 Nemunas Two-put motorglider 1975-1985 BRO-9,11,16,17,21,23 Ultralight planes 1954-1985

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Aeronautics in Lithuania – Education Research and Industry AERONAUTICAL RESEARCH FIELDS A. Gustaitis Aviation Institute is t he principle aeronautical research focus in Lithuania. The m ain research fields are as recorded: Low speed streamlined s 3D outline m etho d s Satellite based advances in flying Measurement in flying Aviation solution Technical diagnostics and non-ruinous testing & support Aviation and geodesy Analysis and improvement of UAV (wellbeing and security, air activity reconciliation issues) On-g round and in-flight testing (in participation with Sportine Aviacija organization)

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Low speed optimal design Aerodynamic research works began at Sportine Aviacija manufacturing plant 30 years back are being proceeded at the A. Gustaitis Aviation Institute : Low speed airfoils innovative work for game and light planes. Nonlinear streamlined of a limited traverse wings. PC based wind stream demonstrating.

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3D plan strategies Digital 3D outline techniques for complex air ship surface models utilizing current CAD-CAE programming: Development of computerized 3D models of plane structure utilizing spline (NURBS) bends and surfaces Mediun and abnormal state CAD-CAE programming application for improvement of complex plane surface models Analysis and determination of various techniques for 3D shape displaying

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Satellite based innovations in flight Application of differential GPS for route and aviation authority GPS estimations for Swed ish and Lithuanian examinations of the Earth center developments Producing and transmission of DGPS revisions for landing air ship. Use of satellite based advances to aeronautics wellbeing. GPS for unmanned air vehicles (UAV) in transit route.

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Measurements for aeronautics Multipurpose utilization of revolving encoding Two-dimen s ional utilization of rotating encoders for direction following and estimations in ILS Two-and t hree dimen s ional estimations for flight purposes combin ed with GPS gadgets On-ground estimation in flying industry.

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Aviation prescription Research of pilot working conditions and psycho/physiological changes at work. Assessment of impact of working conditions on wellbeing and working limit. Determination of prophylactic intends to enhance working conditions, working limit and wellbeing. Non-intrusive estimation of hearth work, blood dissemination and thickness parameters by ultrasonic techniques in flying.

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Technical Diagnostics and Non-Destructive Testing & Maintenance Visual Testing (JAR-145 testament No F-31/E) Borescopes, Fiberscopes, Microscopes, Optical Micrometers, photograph and video recording Eddy Current Testing (JAR-145) Surface and subsurface braking imperfections, electrical conductivity test, c oating thickness estimations Magnetic Particle Testing (JAR-145) Fluorescent ink, UV dark lightning, all magnetiz ing techniques Ultrasonic Testing A-check, thickness gages, composite materials testing Penetrant Testing (JAR-145) Fluorescent and unmistakable color penetrants, affectability level 3 Maintenance

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Aviation and geodesy Geophysical displaying of Lithuanian landscape. Change of the overall geophysical model. Research of territorical geoid in Lithuania. Attractive field look into in Lithuanian region, investigation of the geodynamic procedure es . Advancement of national GPS, gravimetric and vertical geodesic system.

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Analysis and advancement of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) UAV\'s (Unmanned Air Vehicles) are a standout amongst the most point of view sorts of light plane structures to create, produce and use (for common or/and barrier purposes) in Lithuania. UAV and MAV air movement reconciliation issues (wellbeing and security, airport regulation)

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Aeronautics in Lithuania – Education Research and Industry NEW PROJECTS – LIGHT AIRPLANES Some of the new exploratory planes composed at Antanas Gustaitis\' Aviation Institute : We have a probability to utilize present day CAD-CAE PC programming (Mechanical Desktop, CATIA, ANSYS and so on.) and capable Pentium 4 and RS6000 PCs.

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Aeronautics in Lithuania – Education Research and Industry MODERN LIGH T AIRPLANES FROM LITHUANIA - LAK-17 Prienai Sportine Aviacija organization has outlined a standout amongst the most progressive lightweight planes – LAK-17 . It is 15 - 18 m FAI class lightweight flyer of carbonfibre structure and present day laminar wing area created in Lithuania. Its alteration LAK-19 (standard FAI class lightweight plane ) was exhibited in 2001.

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Aeronautics in Lithuania – Education Research and Industry MODERN LIGHT AIRPLANES FROM LITHUANIA – LAK-X Helisota Ltd from Kaunas is trying its light JAR-VLA class mentor LAK-X. It is an advanced composite two place plane with exceptional flight attributes and low fuel utilization. There are two principle adjustments of the plane with decision of two motors (95 or 125 hp).

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Aeronautics in Lithuania – Education Research and Industry NEW PROJECTS – UL SYSTEM FOR TRAINING PRIMARY TRAINING SYSTEM USING U L AIRPLANES UL coach Profession Developed at AGAI Made in Lithuania Primary lightweight plane UL preparing lightweight plane Sport Hobby The underlying flight preparing framework utilizing ultralight air ships (lightweight flyers and planes) is assigned to advance proficient, game or diversion pilot \'s vocation .

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Aeronautics in Lithuania – Education Research and Industry NEW PROJECTS – UL AIRPLANES DEVELOPMENT Full cycle of flying machine structures advancement – building the wing for the UL plane: Research Design Production Testing

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Conclusions There is very much created arrangement of aeronautical research and industry foundations in Lithuania, fit to create, construct and redesign present day light and medium size air ship. It empowers Lithuania succesfully incorporate into the universal aeronautical action. The primary aeronautical research association of Lithuania – A. Gustaitis Aviation Institute is a dynamic member of European Framework Programs 5 (UAV-NET) and goes for growing its movement at the Framework Programs 6.

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Express of intrigue Low speed optimal design 3D outline techniques Satellite based innovations in flying Measurement in avionics Aviation solution Technical diagnostics and non-dangerous testing & upkeep

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Express of intrigue Aviation and geodesy On-ground and in-flight testing (in participation with Sportine Aviacija organization) Analysis and advancement of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Practical preparing of pilots Development of functional abilities of air activity controllers Courses of aptitudes change

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ADDRESSES VILNIUS GEDIMINAS TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY Sauletekio al. 11, LT-2040 Vilnius, Lithuania Tel: 370 5 2 700115 fax: 370 5 2 700114 email: Rector: Prof. Dr Habil. Romualdas GINEVIČIUS Internet: ANTANAS GUSTAITIS AVIATION INSTITUTE Rodūnės kelias 30, LT-2038 Vilnius, Lithuania Tel/fax 370 5 2 329321 email: jonas.stankunas@ai.vtu

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