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Aerodynamic Drag Reduction Technologies : Proceedings of the CEAS/DragNet European Drag Reduction Conference, 19-21 June 2000, Potsdam, Germany - Peter Thiede

Aerodynamic Drag Reduction Technologies

Proceedings of the CEAS/DragNet European Drag Reduction Conference, 19-21 June 2000, Potsdam, Germany

By: Peter Thiede (Editor)

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This volume contains the proceedings of the CEASlDragNet European Drag Reduction Conference held on 19-21 June 2000 in Potsdam, Germany. This conference, succeeding the First and Second European Forum on Laminar Flow Technology 1992 and 1996 respectively, was initiated by the European Drag Reduction Network (DragNet) and organised by DGLR (Deutsche Gesellschaft fUr Luft- und Raumfahrt - Lilienthal Oberth e. V. ) under the auspices ofCEAS (Confederation of European Aerospace Societies). The development of aerodynamic drag reduction technologies is driven by predictions of remarkable fuel savings, promising substantial improvements not only of aircraft efficiency but also of environmental compatibility. However, considerable efforts on an European scale are needed in order to develop, qualifY and demonstrate the means for their practical realisation. The primary aim of this conference was to provide a comprehensive survey of the current status of research, development and application in all disciplines of aerodynamic drag re­ duction including laminar flow technology, adaptive wing concepts, turbulence and se­ paration control, induced drag reduction and supersonic flow aspects. Besides aerodynamic topics the Call for Papers addressed also interdisciplinary aspects of design & system inte­ gration, structures, materials, manufacturing, operations and maintenance. The Programme Committee (PC), responsible for the scientific preparation of the conference, consisted of CEAS representatives and DragNet board members (see following page).

Perspectives for the Future of Aeronautics Researchp. 3
The Importance of Aerodynamics in the Development of Commercially Successful Transport Aircraftp. 9
Drag Reduction: A Major Task for Researchp. 17
Airbus A320 HLF Fin Flight Testsp. 31
Lesson Learned from Dassault's Falcon 900 HLF Demonstratorp. 37
Flight Testing of a HLF Wing with Suction, Ice-Protection and Anti-Contamination Systemp. 39
New Aerodynamic Approach to Suction System Designp. 55
Retrofit Studies based on Airbus A310 for HLFC Application on Aircraftsp. 64
Light Transmission Control Technique and Correlation with Pressure Loss Characteristics of Perforated Panels for Hybrid Laminar Flow Applicationsp. 71
DNS Study of Suction Through Arrays of Holes in a 3-D Boundary-Layer Flowp. 79
Saab 2000 In-Service Test of Porous Surfaces for HLFCp. 89
Flight Operational Assessment of Hybrid Laminar Flow Control (HLFC) Aircraftp. 99
Application of HLF Technology to Civil Nacellep. 107
European Research to Reduce Drag for Supersonic Transport Aircraftp. 117
Attachment Line Transition in Supersonic Flowp. 133
Laminar Design for Supersonic Civil Transportp. 141
Linear Stability Theory Applied to Natural and Hybrid Laminar Flow Experimentsp. 157
Modern Transition Prediction Techniques Based on Adjoint Methodsp. 164
Receptivity Processes and Transition Scenarios for Swept-Wing Flows with HFL Technologyp. 172
Influence of Acoustic Excitation on 3D Boundary Layer Instabilitiesp. 180
Study of Wind Tunnel Simulation Methodology for HLFC Wingsp. 191
Transitional Flow Physics and Flow Control for Swept Wings: Experiments on Boundary-Layer Receptivity, Instability Excitation and HLF-Technologyp. 199
New Developments in Surface Flow Sensor Technology within the Framework of AEROMEMSp. 207
Aspects of Shock Control and Adaptive Wing Technologyp. 221
Drag Reduction on Gurney Flaps and Divergent Trailing Edgesp. 229
Next Steps Envisaged to Improve Wing Performance of Commercial Aircraftp. 246
Industrial Perspective of Drag Reduction Technologiesp. 259
Current Status and Prospects for Turbulent Flow Controlp. 269
Yaw Angle Effects on Optimized Ribletsp. 278
Effects on the Resistance and on the Separation of V Shapes Passive Manipulatory in a Turbulent Boundary Layerp. 286
Active Control of a Laminar Separation Bubblep. 297
Induced Drag Reduction with the WINGGRID Devicep. 304
The Lifting System with Minimum Induced Dragp. 312
Assessment of the e[subscript N] Method as a Transition Prediction Tool for Zero Pressure Gradient Flows with and without Boundary Layer Suctionp. 323
Active Control of Nonlinear Disturbances in 2-D Boundary Layersp. 333
Control of the Coherent Vortical Structures of a Boundary Layerp. 341
Novel Approaches to Combat Insect Contamination on HLFC Wingsp. 351
Evolutionary Search Algorithms for Boundary Layer Controlp. 359
Experimental Investigations on Active and Dynamic Instability Control of Separated Turbulent Wing/Cylinder Flowsp. 369
Drag Reduction in Airfoils Using Control Devices in the Shock Wave-Boundary Layer Interaction Regionp. 377
Numerical Study of Separation Control by Movable Flapsp. 385
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ISBN: 9783540419112
ISBN-10: 354041911X
Series: NOTES ON NUMERICAL FLUID MECHANICS
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 394
Published: 22nd May 2001
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 16.51  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.75