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Multi-model simulation for optimal control of aeroacoustics
Flow-generated noise, especially rotorcraft noise has been a serious concern for both commercial and military applications. A particular important noise source for rotorcraft is Blade-Vortex-Interaction (BVI) noise, a high ...
Adjoint analysis for receptivity prediction
Physical knowledge of the laminar-turbulent transition process, prediction of the transition location, as well as the ability to control transition are essential in many engineering applications. However, control of the ...
Local variational multi-scale method for turbulence simulation
Accurate and efficient turbulence simulation in complex geometries is a formidable challenge. Traditional methods are often limited by low accuracy and/or restrictions to simple geometries. We explore the merger of ...
Variational multiscale methods for turbulence control
Large Eddy Simulation (LES) is an efficient computational tool for turbulence simulation. Variational Multiscale (VMS) is a new paradigm for LES that uses variational projection instead of spatial filtering that obviates ...
Immersed boundary methods with applications to flow control
While some engineers use computers as a first line of attack on design problems, others are persistently making computers and their software faster and more capable of solving realistic problems. The technology used to ...