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Effective Use of CFD for In-flight Icing Certification
This course presents the state-of-the-art of icing CFD by linking theory to applications. It is structured to be of equal interest to aerodynamics, icing, systems and flight simulation engineers, regulators and DERs.
Date: October 18, 2010 - October 22, 2010
Location: Gyeongsang National University (GNU), Jinju, South Korea
Web Page: http://www.newmerical.com/events
Contact Email: events@newmerical.com
Organizer: Newmerical Technologies International
Application Areas: Turbomachinery, Aerospace, General CFD
Special Fields: Heat Transfer, Multiphase Flows, Aerodynamics
Softwares: FENSAP-ICE
Deadlines: October 11, 2010 (registration)
Type of Event: Course, International
 
Description:

In-flight ice formation on aircraft, rotorcraft, jet
engines, UAV, detectors, 
antennae and optronics surfaces can significantly affect
performance, 
handling qualities and safety. OEM or supplementary
certification campaigns, 
long and tedious, can be greatly helped with modern icing CFD.

Modern icing CFD is defined as tools that are an extension
of aerodynamic 
design and analysis technologies. Such an integrated
aerodynamic/icing 
approach is proving itself a cost-effective
aid-to-design-and-to-
certification when made part of a well-structured compliance
plan. Using 
advanced and realistic 3D simulations based on modern
physical models 
allows a more comprehensive exploration of the combined
aircraft/icing 
envelopes, optimized ice protection system design, and 
targeted/focused/reduced icing tunnel and flight tests. The
end result is a 
more cost-effective and safer product that is easier to
certificate.

This course presents the state-of-the-art of icing CFD by
linking theory to 
applications. It is structured to be of equal interest to
aerodynamics, icing, 
systems and flight simulation engineers, regulators and DERs. 

Detailed knowledge of CFD is not essential. The lectures
cover the major 
aspects of in-flight icing simulation: airflow, water
impingement, ice 
accretion, anti-icing and de-icing calculations; handling
quality issues; CFD-
assisted certification.

The instructors bring a wealth of knowledge, as scientists
who have produced 
codes in current use, practicing engineers who certify
aircraft for major 
manufacturers, and former regulators who have closely monitored 
certification campaigns and have a deep understanding of
safety issues.
 
Event record first posted on June 3, 2010, last modified on June 10, 2010

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