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Progress in integrated fluid/structure/controls computations using high fidelity equations

  • Guru P. Guruswamy
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 490)

Abstract

The progress made in multidisciplinary computations using high-fidelity flow and structural equation is summarized. Given the power of super computers it has been demonstrated that it is practical to use high fidelity equations to accurately model aeroelasticity associated with complex flows involving shock-waves, vortices and separation. It is observed that most of the progress made is based on the domain decomposition approach that uses finite-difference schemes for fluids and finite element schemes for structures. High end applications of technology to areas such as active controls are discussed.

Keywords

Transonic Flow Flutter Speed Domain Decomposition Approach Control Surface Deflection Unsteady Flow Computation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Guru P. Guruswamy
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  1. 1.Applied Computational Aerodynamics Branch, MS 258-1NASA Ames Research CenterMoffett Field

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