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A limited range of turbulence models were tested by the use of boundary layer methods in the absence of numerical velocity. Of the turbulence models tested the Johnson-Coakley (JC) model showed the best performance for separating and separated flows whilst the Cebeci-Smith (CS...
Programme: FP2-AERO 0C
Record Number: 10719
Last updated on: 1996-09-27
[PROJECT] EUROVAL - VALIDATION OF CFD CODES
ID: AERO0014
Start date: 1990-02-01, End date: 1992-03-31
The aim of the project is to improve the quality of existing CFD codes, as well as their range of applicability. Furthermore, and especially to lower costs in design processes, the existing variety of numerical tools needs to be validated against accurate and detailed measurem...
Programme: FP2-AERO 0C
Record Number: 17187
Last updated on: 1992-11-18
[REPORT SUMMARY] Computational fluid dynamics
Partly due to the rapid increase in computer power, speed and performance, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) plays an increasingly important role in the predesign as well as design stages of aircraft development by lowering costs and providing information on critical flow pro...
Programme: FP2-AERO 0C
Record Number: 8418
Last updated on: 1996-11-19
Multiple investigations have been performed on the main influences that may affect Navier-Stokes solutions such as turbulence modelling, grid effects and wind tunnel correction parameters. It has been shown that the quality of the results obtained indeed may strongly depend on...
Programme: FP2-AERO 0C
Record Number: 10760
Last updated on: 1996-10-23
ID: AERO0018
Start date: 1990-02-01, End date: 1992-03-31
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is now well established as an integral part of the aerodynamic design process within the aerospace industry. Computer codes for modelling either simple geometries or flows are now mature and in routine use by aerodynamic engineers. The curren...
Programme: FP2-AERO 0C
Record Number: 17183
Last updated on: 1992-11-18
ID: AERO0009
Start date: 1990-04-01, End date: 1992-06-30
Increasing importance is being attached to the role of helicopter health and usage monitoring to improve the safety of civil helicopters. The application of advanced technologies for health and usage monitoring will have a major impact upon achieving this goal. The 4 Europea...
Programme: FP2-AERO 0C
Record Number: 17190
Last updated on: 1992-11-18
Helicopter health and usage monitoring (HUM) systems have the potential both to improve flight safety and reduce operating costs. The present situation regarding helicopter reliability and maintainability was reviewed, including an assessment of the airworthiness and of the ec...
Programme: FP2-AERO 0C
Record Number: 8489
Last updated on: 1996-10-22
ID: AERO0008
Start date: 1990-03-01, End date: 1992-02-28
The ice physics investigations have resulted in a very much better understanding of the physical properties of ice which will ultimately greatly assist the development of new ice protection and detection systems. The pilot programme has also enabled specialised techniques and...
Programme: FP2-AERO 0C
Record Number: 17189
Last updated on: 1990-10-02
Fundamental aspects of ice protection have been investigated. The programme has involved both theoretical and experimental work and was split into 2 main areas. Firstly, ice mechanics: examination of impact ice; mechanics of ice at high strain rates; dielectric properties of ...
Programme: FP2-AERO 0C
Record Number: 8481
Last updated on: 1996-10-09
Friction in a rolling bearing represents a wasteful power dissipation manifested in the form of heat generation. Heat generation inside a bearing arises from a number of distinct mechanisms which are influenced by many parameters. Several geometrically distinct features which ...
Programme: FP2-AERO 0C
Record Number: 8453
Last updated on: 1996-09-25
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