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Aerodynamics of the Wing/Fuselage Junction at an Transport Aircraft in High-Lift Configuration
Access provided by: anon Sign Out. Vortex identification-applications in aerodynamics: a case study Abstract: An eigenvector method for vortex identification has been applied to recent numerical and experimental studies in external flow aerodynamics.
It is shown to be an effective way to extract and visualize features such as vortex cores, spiral vortex breakdowns, vortex bursting, and vortex diffusion. Skip to content.
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The AFM group focuses its research on the fluid flow around and within aircraft, rotorcraft, planetary entry vehicles, engines, and other complex systems. The group conducts fundamental studies of flow physics and employs advanced computational and experimental techniques and facilities to extend the understanding and capabilities of many essential aerospace applications.
The group also pursued a cutting edge research programs in experimental aeroacoustics, vortex dominated flows, turbulence, and turbulent combustion.
Many of the newest aircraft designs require the sort of innovative research that is routine for the AE AFM group. The cylindrical fuselage and moderately swept wings of older airplanes is quickly being replaced by a wide array of blended wing-body, joined- wing, vertical take-off and land, hypersonic scamjets, and even flapping wing vehicle designs.
The growth and success of unmanned aerial vehicles UAVs and the critical need for highly fuel-efficient and environmentally responsible systems are leading to substantial innovation in aerospace configurations. The AE AFM program advances prediction and control of fluid mechanics as a means of developing highly capable, efficient, and safe aircraft, launch and reentry vehicles, rotorcraft, novel UAV configurations, and wind energy systems.
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This work is of critical importance to the commercial aerospace industry, government agencies e. The AFM group has access to state of the art facilities for both experimental and computational research.
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The experimental facilities include the John J. Harper Wind Tunnel , located in the basement of the Guggenheim building. The tunnel has a 7 x 9-foot test section and a speed range of 10 to feet-per-second.
A variety of vortex flow studies are conducted in this facility.