Austrian Competences in Aeronautics Technology

ÖGI

The ÖGI is non-profit research organisation with the aim to improve production processes for and properties of metallic materials with a special focus on casting technologies and their use in light weight applications. This involves the use of high strength steels , Titanium and other lightweight alloys and metal composites of the above.

Technologies and competences

The ÖGI has its own pilot scale foundry for Mg, Al and other light weight alloys and can simulate and model production processes. Thermal physical and mechanical data can be obtained within EN ISO/IEC 17025 accredited laboratories over extended temperature ranges. Non destructive testing methods are used to assess product quality and quality improvement and to facilitate damage analysis.

Fields of Activity Research Development Production
Aircraft (complete)      
Aircraft structures and parts yes yes  
Engines yes yes  
Cabin interiors and furnishing (incl. cargo hold) yes yes  
Materials and manufacturing technologies yes yes  
Cockpit equipment and aircraft electronics      
Systems      
Air traffic infrastructure and air traffic control applications      
Ground test and training equipment      

Products and services in aviation

  • Mechanical testing of static and dynamic properties from -80° to 900°C
  • Computed tomography of components for failure analysis and dimensions
  • Measurement of thermo-physical properties
  • Assessment and evaluation of adhesive (-hybrid) joints

Aviation standards and certifications

  • EN ISO/IEC 17025

Österreichisches Gießerei-Institut

Parkstr.21
8700 Leoben, Austria
+43 38342431010

http://www.ogi.at

Contact

Bernd Panzirsch

Employees 10 - 50
Turnover 1 - 5 M€
Export quota aviation 1 %
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Last update: 2017-02-03