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Aviation has become a trusted forefront and reliable mode of transportation for both people and goods. In recent years, the rapid growth of the air transport industries has also increased International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the United Nations (UN) attention to sustainable aviation. In alignment with ICAO’s promotion of sustainability actions and plans, this paper explores the impacts of aircraft engine washes, not only in terms of technical impacts but also environmental impacts.
This paper describes the education environment and inclusion of engine washing technologies in courses. To enable students to more fully understand aviation sustainability, one way that might be effective is to combine practical and technical knowledge. Therefore, aerospace and aeronautical education environments need to teach students practical engine washing technologies and the sustainability impacts. This paper may be useful in educational environments as a starting point of including both practical and sustainability knowledge in courses.
Ha, S., & Swastanto, G. A., & Yother, T., & Johnson, M. (2022, August), Student Paper: Engine Wash and Sustainability in an Engineering Technology Paper presented at 2022 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Minneapolis, MN. https://peer.asee.org/41818
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