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Introduction to magneto-fluid-dynamics for aerospace applications
October 27-30, 2003; O. Chazot & M. Zuber
  • SHANG, J.S. – Wright State University, USA 
    Historical perspective of magneto-fluid-dynamics
    MFD research in US toward aerospace applications
  • NIHOUL, J.C.J. - Liège University, Belgium
    Magneto and electromagnetic fluid dynamics
    Magnetohydrodynamic waves
    1D equations and analysis/channel flows
  • GIORDANO, D. - ESTEC, The Netherlands
    Hypersonic-flow governing equations with electromagnetic fields
    European activities - Electromagnetic fluid dynamics in ESA
  • D’AMBROSIO, D. - Politecnico di Torino, Italy
    Coupling between electro-magnetics and fluid-dynamics: physical and numerical aspects
  • PANDOL, M. & D’AMBROSIO, D. - Politecnico di Torino, Italy
    Upwind numerical methods for magneto-fluid-dynamics
  • POGGIE, J. – Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, USA
    Numerical modeling of electromagnetic control techniques for high-speed flow
  • BOTTINI, H. & BRUNO C. - University of Rome “La Sapienza”, Italy
    Numerical fully coupled example-MHD scramjet
  • VEEFKIND, A. - Retired from Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
    Experimental approach to plasma physical aspects of traditional MHD
  • BITYURIN, V.A. - Institute of High Temperatures of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
    Prospective of MHD interaction in hypersonic & propulsion technologies
    Russian efforts in MHD aerospace applications
  • KIMMEL, R.L.- Air Force Research Laboratory, US Air Force, USA
    Plasma flow control for boundary layers
  • KIMMEL, R.L.1; MENART, J.2; SHANG, J.S.2 - 1Air Force Research Laboratory, US Air Force, USA & 2Wright State University, USA
    Design and implementation of a magnetoaerodynamic channel
  • ANDRENUCCI, M. - University of Pisa, Italy
    MFD technologies for space propulsion applications
  • BORGHI, C. - University of Bologna, Italy
    European activities - Italian perspective

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