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    Internal cooling in turbomachinary article pay-per-view 25€/article

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    The aim of these Lecture Series proceedings is to look at the state of the art achievements in internal cooling systems, both from an experimental as from a computational point of view. Although most of the lecturers come from the turbomachinery community, this Lecture Series notes are also of interest for those interested in various forced convection heat transfer and cooling problems.

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    30th Computational Fluid Dynamics article pay-per-view 25€/article

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    The aim of the annual lecture series in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is to provide in-depth presentations of established methods and recent advances in numerical flow simulation.

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    35Th CFD/ADIGMA course on very high order discretization methods article pay-per-view 25€/article

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    Schemes with order of accuracy higher than two have become an important subject of research in CFD, and the perspective of applying them in industrial aeronautical context is realistic within the next decade. In these course notes the basics and state of the art of the following methods are discussed in detail: Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element methods; Spectral Element and Spectral Finite Volume methods; Residual Distribution methods. An effort was made to introduce the methods on model problems before applying them to the compressible and incompressible Navier-Stokes equations. Basic ideas like convergence analysis, a priori and duality based error estimates or adjoint consistency and shock capturing are discussed in much detail. Implementation issues are treated, such as efficient quadrature, parallelization, memory consumption and treatment of curved walls. Applications targeted are mainly in the area of steady and unsteady compressible aerodynamics, including transonic and supersonic flow.

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    Experimental determination of dynamic stability parameters article pay-per-view 25€/article

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    The stability of aerial vehicles has always been one of the most important topics studied for a safe and smooth flight. An aerial vehicle should have the tendency to return back to a stable position, when it is disturbed from its original path. Dynamic stability is usually thought as the vehicle's response over time when disturbed from a given angle of attack, slip or bank. The advent of flight at high angles of attack has revived our interest in the dynamic stability of aircrafts and missiles. One of the biggest problems in studying dynamic stability is the accurate determination of dynamic stability parameters, in other words, the damping coefficients.

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    Unsteady aerodynamics - article pay-per-view - 25 € /article

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    Unsteady phenomena are of paramount importance in many domains of both fundamental and applied fluid mechanics, ranging from vortex dynamics to flow on lifting surfaces and around bluff bodies. In recent years, progress in both experimental and numerical techniques has led to a significant increase in the ability to understand and predict the most complex problems related to flow unsteadiness. The purpose of the present lecture series was to survey the overall state of the art in the whole domain therefore a short introduction to unsteady flow phenomena was followed by specific sections devoted to the most important domains, namely flow around bluff bodies, vortex dynamics, unsteady boundary layers and by an up to date review of the available numerical and experimental techniques. By its contents, the lecture series addressed itself to both researchers interested in keeping abreast of the latest developments in unsteady aerodynamics and industrial users confronted with practical problems related to flow unsteadi­ness. Learn More
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  8. Computational turbulent multiphase flows – Part II - LAKEHAL, D.

    Computational turbulent multiphase flows – Part II - LAKEHAL, D.

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    Computational turbulent multiphase flows – Part II - LAKEHAL, D. – ASCOMP & ETH Zürich, Switzerland - https://doi.org/10.35294/ls201705.lakehal2

    in Industrial Computational Fluid Dynamics, Edited by J.-M. Buchlin & Ph. Planquart, VKI LS 2017-05, ISBN-13 978-2-87516-117-8, https://doi.org/10.35294/ls201705

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  9. Computational turbulent multiphase flows – Part I - LAKEHAL, D.

    Computational turbulent multiphase flows – Part I - LAKEHAL, D.

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    Computational turbulent multiphase flows – Part I - LAKEHAL, D. – ASCOMP & ETH Zürich, Switzerland - https://doi.org/10.35294/ls201705.lakehal1

    in Industrial Computational Fluid Dynamics, Edited by J.-M. Buchlin & Ph. Planquart, VKI LS 2017-05, ISBN-13 978-2-87516-117-8, https://doi.org/10.35294/ls201705

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  10. Application to fine particles, bubbly flows and gas-particle flows - FOX, R.O.

    Application to fine particles, bubbly flows and gas-particle flows - FOX, R.O.

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    Application to fine particles, bubbly flows and gas-particle flows - FOX, R.O. – Iowa State University, USA - https://doi.org/10.35294/ls201705.fox2

    in Industrial Computational Fluid Dynamics, Edited by J.-M. Buchlin & Ph. Planquart, VKI LS 2017-05, ISBN-13 978-2-87516-117-8, https://doi.org/10.35294/ls201705

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