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Aerothermodynamic design, review on ground testing and CFD - RTO

Date: Monday 29 March 2010 to Thursday 01 April 2010

Location : von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Rhode-St-Genèse, Belgium
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AEROTHERMODYNAMIC DESIGN, REVIEW ON GROUND TESTING AND CFD  (RTO-AVT-VKI)

From March 29  to April 1, 2010

von Karman Institute, Rhode-St-Genèse, Belgium

 

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This special course offers a review of the major investigation tools used in hypersonic research. It aims to provide to engineers and researchers a critical view on the
experimental facilities and CFD models used in aerospace research for aerothermodynamic studies related to database issue. Their simulation capabilities will be addressed together with the range of operation in which they could be considered. The course will  focus as well on the research axis dealing with reference test cases and validation in hypersonic. It will give perspectives on the needs for development of experimental facilities  and flow diagnostics as well as modelling efforts. 

The Director of this Lecture Series is Professor O. Chazot and the local coordinator is Mr. K. Bensassi from the von Karman Institute

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Monday 29 March, 2010

08:45    Registration

09:00    Welcome Address    
J. Muylaert. Director, von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium

09:15    Selected achievements and discoveries made in high-enthalpy flow facilities    
Prof. H. G. Hornung, CalTech, United States

11:00    Selected achievements and discoveries made in high-enthalpy flow facilities (Continued)    
Prof. H. G. Hornung

14:00    LENS hypersonic test facility    
Prof. M. Holden, CUBRC, Inc , United States

15:45    Ground testing for hypervelocity flow, capabilities and limitations    
Prof. H. G. Hornung

17:00    Reception

Tuesday 30 March, 2010

9:00    Shock tube and ballistic range facilities at NASA Ames Research Center    
Dr. J. Grinstead, NASA Ames Research Center, United States

10:45    Unsteady measurements in impulse facilities    
Prof. M. Holden

14:00    Advanced spectroscopic and thermometric instrumentation for shock tube and ballistic range facilities    
Dr. J. Grinstead

15:45    Measurement techniques for flow diagnostic in ITAM impulse wind tunnels    
Dr. A. Kharitonov, ITAM, Russia

Wednesday 31 March, 2010

9:00    A closely coupled experimental and numerical approach for hypersonic and high enthalpy flow investigations utilising the HEG shock tunnel and the DLR TAU code    
Dr. K. Hanneman, DLR Göttingen, Germany

10:45    A closely coupled experimental and numerical approach for hypersonic and high enthalpy flow investigations utilising the HEG shock tunnel and the DLR TAU code    
Dr. K. Hanneman

14:00    CFD tools for design and simulation of transient flows in hypersonic facilities    
Dr. P. Jacobs, University of Queensland, Australia

15:45    CFD tools for design and simulation of transient flows in hypersonic  facilities (Continued)    
Dr. P. Jacobs

Thursday 01 April, 2010

9:00    Modeling of high-velocity flows in ITAM impulse facilities    
Dr. A. Kharitonov

10:45    Challenges to computational aerothermodynamic simulation and validation for planetary entry vehicle analysis    
Dr. Peter Gnoffo, NASA Langley, United States

14:00    Challenges to computational aerothermodynamic simulation and validation for planetary entry vehicle analysis (Continued)    
Dr. Peter Gnoffo

15:45    End of Lecture Series


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