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Flow Control Technologies Course
Posted Tue July 02, 2013 @04:13PM
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Announcements ERCOFTAC is proud to announce a two day course on Flow Control Technologies, at UK Aerodynamics Centre in Cranfield, UK, 9-10 Dec 2013.

Flow Control is a topic that has seen tremendous technological advances, from basic measurement techniques relying on pressure sensors, to a myriad of sensing techniques underpinned by advances in material technology, viable and accurate aerodynamic analysis, which are all made tractable by the rapid advances in digital control technologies.


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The recent advances in sensing and control technologies will be presented, over the two days of this course, with the aim of providing a key picture of the aerodynamic flow processes governing a particular flow regime, and thus express a suite of aerodynamic-body structure motive forces that can help monitor and control the flow regime in question, with a view to improved aerodynamic load transfer and thus efficiency.

Scope

  • Overview of the modern flow control techniques applicable to aeronautics
  • Basic theory and applications of flow control from laminar to turbulence flows
  • Review of current application of various techniques in controlling momentum, flow noise and heat transfer
  • Discussion on the technology transfer issues and future progress

Lecturers

  • Prof. Kwing-So Choi, University of Nottingham, UK
  • Prof. Rudibert King, TU Berlin, Germany
  • Prof. Jens Fransson, KTH
  • Prof. Richard Sandberg, University of Southampton, UK
  • Prof. Ken Badcock, University of Liverpool, UK
  • Prof. Jonathan Morrison, Imperial College, UK
  • Prof. Eric Moreau, University of Poitiers, France
  • Prof. Michael Leschziner, Imperial College, UK
  • Prof. Maurizio Quadrio, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

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