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    Large Eddy Simulation and related techniques: Theory and Applications article pay-per-view 25€/article

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    Large-eddy Simulation (LES) has reached a level of development and width of application to justify a full course dedicated to this specific topic.

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    Large Eddy simulation and related techniques article pay-per-view 25€/article

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    The purpose of these Lecture Series notes is to offer a full overview of the present development and the potential of the Large Eddy Simulation (LES) of turbulent flows.

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    Structural design of aircraft engines: Key obectives and techniques article pay-per-view 25€/article

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    The continuous trend in weight reduction together with novel engine architectures results in large structural and thermal loads, with narrower security margins. The lecture note on aircraft engine reviews the main challenges of structural design of an aircraft engine, and the associated certification constraints. The first part of these proceedings addresses the engine behaviour (whole engine dynamics, impacts, and thermal loads). Whole Engine dynamics overviews how to model the different elements of the engine to study the dynamic behaviour of the assembled system while respecting design criteria. Foreign object damage and fan blade out describes the methodologies currently used to perform simulations in compressor blades to predict the integrity of the structure.

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    Particle image velocimetry: general introduction to the technique article pay-per-view 25€/article

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    Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) has appeared 25 years ago and since the beginning it has drastically improved in all fields. At the same time this technique becomes became more and more utilized in fluid dynamic laboratories from research institutes and industry and it is used now in a very large range of applications. After its first appearance in the laboratories, the PIV technique has benefited of the progress in the LASER technologies as well as electronic image recording, which considerably enhanced its potential. PIV has also taken advantage of several developments made in the processing algorithms in these two decades. This spectacular evolution has been largely supported through European collaborative projects such as EuroPIV and PivNet.

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    Particle image displacement velocimetry - article pay-per-view - 25€ / article VKI LS 1988-06

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    This lecture series was the first organized series of courses relevant to Particle Image Displacement Velocimetry (also sometimes called Speckle Velocimetry). This technique recently has aroused considerable interest and a continuously increasing number of research laboratories are presently considering the development and application of this new technique. It was therefore necessary to allow interested scientists to have a first synthetic view of the state-of-the-art of this novel technique which allows the measurement of a full velocity field in a plane at a single instant. The first part of the lecture series presentation was devoted to a presentation of the fundamentals of PIDV. This allowed newcomers to have a comprehensive view of the basics of this powerful measurement technique. In the second part, the lectures dealt with more specific topics such as scattering of light by small particles, photographic parameters and description of practical systems. The different processing techniques proposed in the literature were reviewed and discussed. Finally, the more advanced methods allowing the determination of flow direction, field density and the measurement of three components of velocity were presented together with novel optical processing methods relying on the latest electro-optical techniques. The third part of this event was devoted to the presentation of selected papers by attendees to the lecture series. This allowed a broadening of the scope of this course and a better view of the latest advances accomplished in this field. Learn More
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