Computational Fluid Dynamics in Aerospace Engineering: Recent Advances

Call for papers for: Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology

Submission opens on Scholar One (do not submit before this date): 15th November 2020

Submission deadline: 15th April 2021

Guest editors

Dr.ManigandanSekar, Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology, India

Email: [email protected]

Assoc. Prof. Dr.YasinŞöhret, Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey

Email: [email protected]

Overview of special issue

This special issue aims to publish both experimental and theoretical studies on advances in computational fluid dynamics and turbulence modeling related research on aeronautical and aerospace industrial applications.

This special issue topic deals with current problems in dynamic response of various fluids, fluid structure interaction, CFD coding and numerical parametric analysis and the current topic has been attracting attention towards researchers due to limited research papers. From this point of view theme of the proposed special issue is considered to be up to date.

Indicative list of anticipate themes

  • Flow control and Unsteady aerodynamics
  • Propeller and Fuselage interaction with wing
  • Fluid structure interaction for multiple applications
  • Parametric aerodynamic reduced-order models
  • Aerodynamic modeling of maneuvering aircraft, launch vehicles and missile configurations
  • Aerodynamics of turbo-machines
  • Aerodynamics modeling of control surfaces (overset grid, transpiration boundary condition, grid deformation methods, etc.)
  • Propulsion systems design and development
  • Gust and turbulence effects modeling
  • Correct and effective models of the physical boundary conditions
  • Mass and energy conservations
  • Shock wave generators
  • Extendibility to dealing with more multiphysics phenomena using CFD code
  • Innovative methodologies to three-dimensional modeling
  • Realistically treating the complicated physical phenomena

Key dates

Submission window opens: 15th November 2020

Submission window closes: 15th April 2021

Submission details

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