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International Aerospace CFD Conference
Posted Fri December 22, 2006 @11:01AM
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Announcements ANSYS Inc., organisers of the first International Aerospace CFD Conference (IACC), have issued a call for papers. This prestigious event represents an excellent opportunity to meet and share ideas with leading practitioners of CFD in the global aerospace and defense industry and offers attendees a chance to learn about the very latest best practices and technological advances in the field.

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The IACC is timed conveniently to fit the schedule of those wishing to attend the Paris Air Show Le Bourget taking place at the nearby Congress Centre of La Villette, Paris on 18 19 June 2007.


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The conference comes at an important point in the application of CFD and related CAE technologies in the industry. Billions are bet on new and increasingly complex products. Systems integrators are reducing their business risk by partnering with suppliers around the world who can engineer their own parts. Engineering services themselves are being outsourced more and more in a global economy. Even the Defense Industry is feeling the pressure, responding with greater adoption of Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) products and partnering with commercial companies to develop dual-use technologies.

These industry trends have made the ability of globally deployed CFD and enterprise-wide CAE technologies to enhance product quality, reduce design and development timelines, and cut costs tremendously important. The rising price of fuel has also pushed the need for greater efficiencies, not only in terms of reduced costs but in driving the search for new designs to deal with pending tighter regulations in fields such as acoustics and carbon emissions, and the search for alternative fuel sources. These factors make the IACC a timely event of international significance.

Papers are welcome on a wide range of related topic areas including:

  • Aerodynamics
  • Ballistics
  • Air Wakes
  • Core Component Thermal Management
  • Electronics Cooling
  • Environmental Control
  • Fire Suppression
  • Flow-Induced Noise and Aeracoustics
  • Hydraulics Fluid Management Systems
  • Icing
  • Multidisciplinary Design
  • IR Signatures
  • Propulsion Systems
  • Safety/Hazard Assessment
  • Seakeeping and Maneuvering
  • Homeland Security
  • Sloshing
  • Store Separation

Abstracts of papers should be submitted by no later than February 2nd for consideration; authors of the abstracts will be informed of whether their paper has been chosen no later than the beginning of March. Final copies of chosen papers must be provided by May 1st. All papers must be written and presented in English.

For information on submitting papers, please visit the IACC website, and click on Announcement and Call for Papers on the right hand side of the window or contact Vincent Canu at: vincent.canu@fluent.fr.

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