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Effective Use of CFD for In-flight Icing Certification
The course illustrates the state-of-the-art of CFD applications in icing simulations. It should be of value to all concerned with in-flight icing, and is structured to be of equal interest to simulation code users, detection and protection systems manufacturers, regulators, ACOs and DERs.
Date: May 26, 2008 - May 28, 2008
Location: Sangyo-Shinko Kaikan, Kawasaki Station, Tokyo, Japan
Web Page: http://www.newmerical.com/events
Contact Email: events@newmerical.com
Organizer: Newmerical Technologies International
Application Areas: Aerospace
Special Fields: Multiphase Flows
Softwares: FENSAP-ICE
Deadlines: May 12, 2008 (registration)
Type of Event: Course, International
 
Description:

Newmerical Technologies International, McGill University and Y-MAX jointly present:

Effective Use of CFD for In-flight Icing Certification

May 26 to 28, 2008 in Tokyo, Japan

Aircraft, Rotorcraft and UAVs flying through icing clouds encounter the problem of ice formation on critical surfaces, on nacelles and in engines. This can jeopardize flight by altering aerodynamic performance and reducing handling qualities. CFD is proving itself a cost-effective aid-to-design-and-certification tool. The current trend is to bring to bear “advanced, integrated and realistic” 3D simulations, using new physical models, to more completely explore the combined flight and icing envelopes, optimize designs, and focus tunnel and flight tests.

The course illustrates the state-of-the-art of CFD applications in icing simulations and links theory to applications. This course should be of value to all concerned with in-flight icing, and is structured to be of equal interest to simulation code users, detection and protection systems manufacturers, regulators, ACOs and DERs. The instructors bring a wealth of aggregate knowledge, as they comprise scientists, engineers and code developers.

 
Event record first posted on March 14, 2008, last modified on March 17, 2008

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