Advances in Effective Flow Separation Control for Aircraft Drag Reduction: Modeling, Simulations and Experimentations (Computational Methods in Applied Sciences #52) (Hardcover)

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Advances in Effective Flow Separation Control for Aircraft Drag Reduction: Modeling, Simulations and Experimentations (Computational Methods in Applied Sciences #52) (Hardcover)

By Ning Qin (Editor), Jacques Periaux (Editor), Gabriel Bugeda (Editor)

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1. Preface ( 2)

2. Foreword 1 (Norman Wood, Airbus) (2)

3. Foreword 2 (Dietrich Knoerzer, EC Brussels and LI Benjian, MIIT Beijing ) (2)

4. Introduction.

4.1 Flow Control Active devices: experimental state of the art ( J.P. Bonnet, Poitiers, France) (15)

4.2 Flow Control Active devices: numerical state of the art (FU Song, Tsinghua University, Beijing (15)

5. Overview of the MARS project: overview and outcomes ( Ning Qin, Univ. Sheffield, UK and Dong Jun, ARI, China) (15)

6. MARS Evaluation: The Database Workshop ( Jacques Periaux, Gabriel Bugeda and Jordi Pons, CIMNE, Spain)

6.1 Motivation, objectives, experimental and computational data ( Ning Qin, University of Sheffield, Spain ) (5)

6.2 The MARS Database: structure, access and regulations (Jordi Pons, CIMNE, Spain) (5)

6.3 The MARS Database content: BSF and NACA 0015 test cases definition, experimentation simulation and optimization (5)

6.4 .BFS: definition of test cases for simulation and experimentation

6.4.1 Oscillating surfaces( UNIMAN, UK) (2)

6.4.2 Plasma ( UNIMAN, UK, Univ Poitiers, France and DLR-Gottingen, Germany) (2)

6.4.3 Synthetic jets ( x NPU, China and y NUAA) (2)

6.4.4 Micro blowing/suction ( Ming Xiao, NUAA, China) (2)

6.4.5 Spanwise vortex generators ( Ming Xiao, NUAA, China) (2)

6.5 NACA0015: definition of test cases for simulation and experimentation

6.5.1 Plasma ( x, AVIC-ARI, China ) (2)

6.5.2 Synthetic Jets ( x, AVIC-ARI, China) (2)

6.5.3 Moving surfaces (x, AVIC-ARI, China) (2)

6.5.4 Micro blowing/suction ( x BUAA, China) (2)

6.5.5 Pulsed jets (x Univ. Poitiers, France) (2)

5.6 BFS: definition of active device test case optimization

5.6.1 Plasma ( Ning Qin, Univ. Sheffield, UK ) (2) 5.6.2 Synthetic Jets (NUAA, China) (2)5.7 NACA0015: definition of active device test case optimization5.7.1 Pulsed Jets ( Univ. Poitiers ) (2)5.8: Experimentations and simulations of BSF test cases: contributions5.8.1 Contributed experimentations (7x 12= 84)5.8.2 Contributed simulations (9)5.9 experimentations and simulations of NACA0015 test cases: contributions 5.9.1: Contributed experimentations (5x12= 60) 5.9.2 Contributed simulations ( 10x12= 120) 5.10: Optimization of the active devices on BSF test cases: contributions (4x12=48) 5.11: Optimization of the active devices on NACA0015 test cases: contributions (5x12= 60)

6. Analysis and synthesis of the achieved experimental, computational and active devices optimization contributions on BSF and NACA0012

6 .1 Academic point of view ( Adel Abbas, UPM & Airbus, Ning Qin, Univ. Sheffield, UK and Dong Jun, ARI, China, Jean Paul Bonnet, Univ. Poitiers, FU Song, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Ming Xiao, NUAA, China, Gao Zhenghong, NPU, China, Peng Shi-Hua, FOA, Sweden) (8x3=24)

6.2 Industrial point of view ( Norman Wood, Airbus; Jean Claude Courty Dassault Aviation, France; Nicola Ceresola, Alenia, Italy; DENG Yiju, FAI, China, Meihong Zhong, COMAC, China, Charles Hirsch,


Product Details ISBN: 9783030296872
ISBN-10: 3030296873
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: November 15th, 2019
Pages: 341
Language: English
Series: Computational Methods in Applied Sciences