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Progress in flow instability analysis and laminar-turbulent transition modeling, VKI LS 2014-07, ISBN-13 978-2-87516-063-8

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Flow instability analysis plays an active role in the identification and explanation of some of the most challenging topics of fluid mechanics. Many applications, such as a heat shield design for re-entry vehicles, control surface effectiveness, air vehicles drag, heat transfer prediction in turbine blades, or even cavity unsteadiness, detached flows, or aeroacoustics, just to name a few, would benefit from a detailed analysis of flow stability.

On the other side, the availability of greater computational power and improvement of measurement techniques provided, in the past years, more and more information on the unstable phenomena that show up at different flow regimes. These activities enabled many theoretical advances in the study of instability, empowering a significant extension of this kind of analyses to more complex flows.

In this regard the course notes will cover several aspects of the stability theory, dealing with different phenomena and scenarios. Lecture notes will range from traditional linear stability method to parabolized stability equations and global stability. Moreover, they will address compressible and incompressible flows stability, describing theoretical foundations, numerical methods and applications.

The Lecture Series directors are Prof. E. Valero, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain and Dr. F. Pinna, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium.

  • SARIC, W.S. & REED, H. L. - Texas A&M University, USA
    Paths to transition and introduction to stability problems
  • ÖZGEN, S. - Middle East Technical University, Turkey
    Linear stability theory
  • REED, H. L. - Texas A&M University, USA
    Parabolized stability equations
  • PINNA, F. - von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium
    Stability of boundary layer flows in different regimes
  • SCHMID, P. J. & HENNINGSON D. S. - Imperial College London, United Kingdom & Linné FLOW Center (KTH Mechanics), Sweden
    Stability of shear flows
  • REED, H. L. & SARIC, W.S. - Texas A&M University, USA
    Sensitivity and receptivity: (1) leading edge receptivity to sound and vorticity of 2-D geometries, and (2) sensitivity and receptivity of 3-D boundary layers
  • REED, H. L. - Texas A&M University, USA
    Stability of hypersonic flow and boundary layers
  • SARIC, W.S. - Texas A&M University, USA
    Experimental techniques I: 2-D boundary-layers: stability and receptivity
    Experimental techniques II: 3-D boundary-layers: stability and receptivity
  • VALERO, E. ; FERRER, E. ; DE VICENTE, J. - Universitad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
    Numerical methods for direct numerical simulation and stability analysis
  • THEOFILIS, V. - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
    Global linear instability
    Part I: Theory and implementation
    Part II: Applications
  • MARXEN, O. - Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Separated boundary layer transition
    Comparison of stability of compressible and incompressible flows
  • JUNIPER, M.P. & MAGRI, L. - University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
    Application of receptivity and sensitivity analysis to thermoacoustic instability
  • GONZÁLEZ GUTIÉRREZ, L.M. - Universitad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
    Linear stability analysis applied to a counter-rotating vortex aircraft wake model
  • ROCCO, G.; CANTWELL, C.D.; SHERWIN, S.J. - Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Applications of linear stability theory to complex geometries by means of high-order methods

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