Hermann Schlichting 100 Years

Author: Rolf Radespiel
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 354095998X
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Hermann Schlichting is one of the internationally leading scientists in the field of th fluid mechanics during the 20 century. He contributed largely to modern theories of viscous flows and aircraft aerodynamics. His famous monographies Boundary Layer Theory and Aerodynamics of Aircraft are known worldwide and they appeared in six languages. He held Chairs of Aerodynamics and Fluid Mechanics at Technische U- versität Braunschweig during 37 years and directed the Institute of Aerodynamics of the Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Luftfahrt in Braunschweig. He also directed the Aerodynamische Versuchsanstalt Göttingen and served in the Executive Board of the German Aerospace Center (DFVLR). Hermann Schlichting played a leading role in the rebuilding of aerospace research in Germany after the Second World War. th The occasion of his 100 birthday in the year 2007 was an excellent opportunity to acknowledge important ideas and accomplishments that Hermann Schlichting c- tributed to science. The editors of this volume are the present successors of Hermann Schlichting in his role as director of the two research institutes in Braunschweig. We were glad to host a scientific colloquium in his honor on 28 September 2007. Invited former scholars of Hermann Schlichting reviewed his work in boundary layer theory and in aircraft aerodynamics followed by presentations of important research results of his institutes today.

Hermann Schlichting u2013 100 Years

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This volume contains the contributions to the scientific anniversary colloquium in honor of the 100th birthday of Hermann Schlichting, Braunschweig, September 2007. His outstanding achievements in boundary layer theory and aircraft aerodynamics are reviewed by invited scholars. Contributions of current leading research by the institutes formerly lead by Hermann Schlichting, the Institute of Fluid Mechanics of the Technische Universität Braunschweig and the Institute of Aerodynamics and Flow Technology of German Aerospace Center, in the fields of numerical flow simulation, experimental techniques, wing aerodynamics and turbomachinery highlight the lasting impact of his work until today.

Handbuch der Luftfahrzeugtechnik

Author: Cord-Christian Rossow
Publisher: Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG
ISBN: 3446436049
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Das komplett vierfarbig gedruckte Handbuch bietet Studierenden, Ingenieuren und Wissenschaftlern sowie ambitionierten Luftfahrtinteressierten detaillierte Einblicke in die faszinierende Technik der Luftfahrzeuge. Ausgehend von den Grundlagen, werden in den Hauptkapiteln - Einführung (Historie, Einteilung der Luftfahrzeuge) - Aerodynamik (u. a. Strömungsmechanik, Konfigurationsaerodynamik, Transportflugzeuge, Kampfflugzeuge, Hubschrauber, Flügelentwurf, Hochauftrieb, Heck- und Leitwerksaerodynamik, Aeroakustik, Numerische Methoden, Versuchstechnik) - Flugmechanik (u. a. Flugleistungen, Stabilität, Steuerung, Flugdynamik) - Luftfahrzeugstrukturen (u. a. Luftfahrtwerkstoffe, Strukturtheorie, Konstruktionsphilosophien, Bauweisen, Strukturdynamik, Adaptive Strukturen, Strukturversuche) - Antriebe (u. a. Propeller- und Turbopropantriebe, Strahltriebwerke, Triebwerkssysteme) - Flugführung (u. a. Koordinatensysteme, Flugzustandserfassung, Sensoren, Navigationssysteme, Systemarchitekturen, Navigationsverfahren, Landesysteme) - Luftfahrzeugsysteme (u. a. Klimaanlagen, Bordstromversorgung, Ausrüstung, Feuerschutz, Kraftstoffsystem, Hydraulikversorgung, Eis- und Regenschutz, Fahrwerk, Beleuchtung, Sauerstoffanlage, Pneumatikversorgung, Wasser-/Abwasseranlage, Hilfstriebwerk) vor allem die Abläufe und Methoden für die Entwicklung, den Bau und den Betrieb von Luftfahrzeugen beschrieben.

100 Volumes of Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics

Author: Ernst Heinrich Hirschel
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540708057
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In a book that will be required reading for engineers, physicists, and computer scientists, the editors have collated a number of articles on fluid mechanics, written by some of the world’s leading researchers and practitioners in this important subject area.

DESider A European Effort on Hybrid RANS LES Modelling

Author: Werner Haase
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540927735
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Preface “In aircraft design, efficiency is determined by the ability to accurately and rel- bly predict the occurrence of, and to model the development of, turbulent flows. Hence, the main objective in industrial computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is to increase the capabilities for an improved predictive accuracy for both complex flows and complex geometries”. This text part taken from Haase et al (2006), - scribing the results of the DESider predecessor project “FLOMANIA” is still - and will be in future valid. With an ever-increasing demand for faster, more reliable and cleaner aircraft, flight envelopes are necessarily shifted into areas of the flow regimes exhibiting highly unsteady and, for military aircraft, unstable flow behaviour. This undou- edly poses major new challenges in CFD; generally stated as an increased pred- tive accuracy whist retaining “affordable” computation times. Together with highly resolved meshes employing millions of nodes, numerical methods must have the inherent capability to predict unsteady flows. Although at present, (U)RANS methods are likely to remain as the workhorses in industry, the DESider project focussed on the development and combination of these approaches with LES methods in order to “bridge” the gap between the much more expensive (due to high Reynolds numbers in flight), but more accurate (full) LES.

Turbulence and Interactions

Author: Michel Deville
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642002625
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This volume contains seven keynote lectures of the TI 2006 conference that was held in Porquerolles, May 29-June 2, 2006. These lectures address the latest developments in direct numerical simulations, large eddy simulations, compressible turbulence, coherent structures, bubbly channel flows, combustion. The keynote lectures are extended manuscripts that were not published in the special issues of the journals "Computers and Fluids" and "Flow, Turbulence and Combustion". The present monograph is a snapshot of the state-of-the-art in the field of turbulence with a view on theory, experiments and numerical simulations.