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ERCOFTAC: Flow Control Technologies
Scope: - Overview of the modern flow control techniques applicable to aeronautics - Basic theory and applications of flow control from laminar to turbulence flows - Review of current application of various techniques in controlling momentum, flow noise and heat transfer - Discussion on the technology transfer issues and future progress
Date: December 9, 2013 - December 10, 2013
Location: UK Aerodynamics Centre, Cranfield, United Kingdom
Web Page: http://www.ercoftac.org/special_interest_groups/20_drag_reduction_and_flow_control/upcoming_events/flow_control_tehcnologies/
Contact Email: richard.seoud-ieo@ercoftac.org
Organizer: Dr Richard E Seoud
Type of Event: Course, International
 
Description:

ERCOFTAC is proud to announce a two day course on Flow
Control Technologies, at UK Aerodynamics Centre in
Cranfield, UK, 9-10 Dec 2013.

Flow Control is a topic that has seen tremendous
technological advances, from basic measurements techniques
relying on pressure sensors, to a myriad of sensing
techniques underpinned by advances in material technology,
viable and accurate aerodynamic analysis, which are all made
tractable by the rapid advances in digital control
technologies. The recent advances in sensing and control
technologies will be presented, over the two days of this
course, with the aim of providing a key picture of the
aerodynamic flow processes governing a particular flow
regime, and thus express a suite of aerodynamic-body
structure motive forces that can help monitor and control
the flow regime in question, with a view to improved
aerodynamic load transfer and thus efficiency.

Lecturers:

Prof. Kwing-So Choi, University of Nottingham, UK

Prof. Rudibert King, TU Berlin, Germany

Prof. Jens Fransson, KTH

Prof. Richard Sandberg, University of Southampton, UK

Prof. Ken Badcock, University of Liverpool, UK

Prof. Jonathan Morrison, Imperial College, UK

Prof. Eric Moreau, University of Poitiers, France

Prof. Michael Leschziner, Imperial College, UK

Prof. Maurizio Quadrio, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
 
Event record first posted on June 12, 2013, last modified on June 13, 2013

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