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VKI LS 2011-02, Plasma flow control: fundamentals, modeling and applications, ISBN-13 978-2-87516-014-0

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Plasma flow control: fundamentals, modeling and applications
Edited by G. Paniagua & Y. Babou
VKI LS 2011-02, hardcover, 1 volume, ISBN-13 978-2-87516-014-0

Advances in aero-thermodynamics, aero-elasticity and aero-acoustics largely depend on the understanding and ability to control the flow structures. This lecture series reviews the implementation and interaction mechanisms related to plasma flow control. Phenomenological models to be used in conjunction with CFD codes are explained, from simple algebraic equations to complex set of partial difference equations. The governing equations of glow discharges in supersonic and hypersonic flows are analyzed to reveal the time scales. Kinetic models in nonequilibrium plasma are discussed as well as mechanisms of shear layer instability, optimal location and frequency of actuation.

Applications of surface and arc plasmas for civil aircraft are discussed (wing separations, wing tip vortex, boundary layer delay and fixing, buffeting, jet exhaust noise ...). The use of Dielectric Barrier Discharge in flow control are presented over a range of Mach numbers from 0.1 to 3.5. The physics of the flow separation control on airfoils with the nanosecond plasma discharge are discussed and demonstrated experimentally up to Mach number 0.75. Successful experiences of plasma-induced generation of shock waves, and artificial flow separation are demonstrated. Finally, the gasdynamic and thermochemical processes of the plasmoid generation with micro-wave and laser discharge are described.

MILES, R.B. - Princeton University, USA
Keynote lecture
Limitations and potential of flow control with dielectric barrier discharges

HUANG, P. G.1; SUZEN, Y.B.2; SHANG, J.S.1 - 1Wright State University, USA & 2North Dakota State University, USA
Phenomenological models for plasma flow control

CORKE, T.C. – University of Notre Dame, USA
Dielectric barrier discharge plasma actuators

SURZHIKOV, S.T. - Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Derivation of governing equations of gas discharge processes in gas flows

LEONOV, S.B. - Russian Academy of Science, Russia
Plasma-based control of high-speed airflow

KNIGHT, D. & KOLESNICHENKO, Y. – Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA & Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
High speed flow control using microwave and laser discharge

NUDNOVA, M.1; KINDUSHEVA, S.1; ALEKSAHDROV, N.1; STARIKOVSKIY, A.2 - 1Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia & 2Princeton University, USA
Physics of nanosecond pulsed plasma actuators

HUANG, P. G. & SHANG, J.S. - Wright State University, USA
Computational simulation of direct current and dielectric barrier discharges

Plasmas devices for aerodynamic improvement: examples of applications

GIORDANO, D. - ESA / ESTEC, The Netherlands
Theoretical considerations on fluid dynamics with electromagnetic fields (slides)

GÜLHAN, A.; ESSER, B.; KOCH, U.; SIEBE, F. - German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Measurement techniques for plasma flow control in ionized hypersonic flows

SURZHIKOV, S.T. - Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
The drift-diffusion and quasi-neutral models of gas discharges for flow control problems

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