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Emissions from Aviation AERO

AERO Modelling System

Hans Pulles

ICAO Briefing to UNFCCC SBSTA22

Bonn, May 2005


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Emissions from Aviation AERO

Overview of AERO modelling system


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Emissions from Aviation AERO

AERO Data

  • Unified database built from 4 independent databases; base year 1992

  • Model system verified for 1992 and 1997/1998 (including economics)

  • Comparison year with UNFCCC data: 1999

  • Results …………


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Emissions from Aviation AERO2K

AERO2KAviation Emissions Inventory for 2002 and 2025

Chris Eyers

ICAO Briefing to UNFCCC SBSTA22

Bonn, May 2005

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Emissions from Aviation AERO2K

AERO2k Overview

  • An inventory of global aviation emissions for the year 2002 based on:

    • an aircraft movements database

    • aircraft fuel usage predictions,

    • engine emissions data.

  • A forecast of global aviation emissions for 2025 based on predicted aircraft movements

  • A tool to assess aviation emissions now and in the future

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Emissions from Aviation AERO2K

The AERO2k Inventory

  • AERO2K creates a database of global aviation emissions for the year 2002 based on:

    • Actual 2002 aircraft movements database

    • Updated aircraft fuel usage predictions based on PIANO modelling tool

    • Updated engine emissions data

    • New particulate and distance flown data

  • AERO2k produces a forecast of global emissions for 2025 based on predicted aircraft movements

  • Based on publicly available data

  • Uses latest available data from DLR Fuel Flow method

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Emissions from Aviation AERO2K

AERO2K – Data Integration

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Emissions from Aviation AERO2K

Allocation onto global grid

  • Fuel and emissions are allocated onto global grids.

  • The method determines length of path flown in each cell (e.g. blue line on flight path shown).

  • Fuel and emissions allocated accordingly.

latitude

longitude

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Emissions from Aviation AERO2K

Forecast for 2025

  • Factors or methods describing:

    • change of fuel burn (sfc),

    • change of emissions characteristics,

    • selection of aircraft types (based on ASK & load factor),

    • uplift on numbers of movements

  • Factors specific to regions

  • Factors produced by UK DTI (in conjunction with Airbus) are applied within the AERO2k software tool to produce a forecast of global emissions for 2025

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Emissions from Aviation AERO2K

Improvements over previous inventories

  • Other inventories (ANCAT/EC2, NASA, AERO, FAST, AEM, Corinair etc) exist and all have their specific application

  • AERO2K aims to provide the “best available” aviation emissions data, via:

    • Improved routing assumptions and representation of flight profiles for present day traffic

    • Updated and improved methodologies for determining fuel usage

    • New inventory parameters e.g. flown distances per grid cell per hour (for contrail impact analysis) and CO/HC and particle number emission indices

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Emissions from Aviation AERO2K

Applications

  • AERO2K software tool can be re-run or developed further to produce, for example,

    • selected datasets (eg national emissions)

    • other forecasts (eg using FESG forecast)

    • other base years or forecast years

    • comparison of data with other inventories/methodologies

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Emissions from Aviation AERO2K

AERO2k Overview

  • Gridded 4D emissions results:

    • 2002 inventory

    • 2025 forecast

  • Results available at:

    http://www.cate.mmu.

    ac.uk/aero2k.asp

  • Results by Country to follow ……………..

Gridded fuel data (total mass) for one full day

NOx - 2002 internal and Eastbound traffic from Europe

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