CO2 Emission Metrics for Commercial Aircraft Certification: A National Airspace System Perspective

@inproceedings{Bernardo2012CO2EM,
  title={CO2 Emission Metrics for Commercial Aircraft Certification: A National Airspace System Perspective},
  author={Jose Enrique Bernardo and Bryan Kenneth Boling and Philippe A. Bonnefoy and Graham A. Burdette and Robert John Hansman and Michelle Rene Kirby and Dongwook Lim and Dimitri N. Mavris and Aleksandra L. Mozdzanowska and Taewoo Nam and Holger Pfaender},
  year={2012}
}
This report investigated the implications of two possible response scenarios resulting from a CO2 certification standard for future aircraft. This research expanded upon previous, related work in this area by examining potential responses and additional environmental impacts. The analyses described in this report detail the systematic analyses undertaken to quantify potential national airspace system (NAS) level environmental impacts of different types of response scenarios, and the associated… CONTINUE READING

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