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Minnowbrook VI: 2009 Workshop on Flow Physics and Control for Internal and External AerodynamicsTopics covered include: Flow Physics and control for Internal and External Aerodynamics (not in TOC...starts on pg13); Breaking CFD Bottlenecks in Gas-Turbine Flow-Path Design; Streamwise Vortices on the Convex Surfaces of Circular Cylinders and Turbomachinery Blading; DNS and Embedded DNS as Tools for Investigating Unsteady Heat Transfer Phenomena in Turbines; Cavitation, Flow Structure and Turbulence in the Tip Region of a Rotor Blade; Development and Application of Plasma Actuators for Active Control of High-Speed and High Reynolds Number Flows; Active Flow Control of Lifting Surface With Flap-Current Activities and Future Directions; Closed-Loop Control of Vortex Formation in Separated Flows; Global Instability on Laminar Separation Bubbles-Revisited; Very Large-Scale Motions in Smooth and Rough Wall Boundary Layers; Instability of a Supersonic Boundary-Layer With Localized Roughness; Active Control of Open Cavities; Amplitude Scaling of Active Separation Control; U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory's Need for Flow Physics and Control With Applications Involving Aero-Optics and Weapon Bay Cavities; Some Issues Related to Integrating Active Flow Control With Flight Control; Active Flow Control Strategies Using Surface Pressure Measurements; Reduction of Unsteady Forcing in a Vaned, Contra-Rotating Transonic Turbine Configuration; Active Flow Control Stator With Coanda Surface; Controlling Separation in Turbomachines; Flow Control on Low-Pressure Turbine Airfoils Using Vortex Generator Jets; Reduced Order Modeling Incompressible Flows; Study and Control of Flow Past Disk, and Circular and Rectangular Cylinders Aligned in the Flow; Periodic Forcing of a Turbulent Axisymmetric Wake; Control of Vortex Breakdown in Critical Swirl Regime Using Azimuthal Forcing; External and Turbomachinery Flow Control Working Group; Boundary Layers, Transitions and Separation; Efficiency Considerations in Low Pressure Turbines; Summary of Conference; and Final Plenary Session Transcript.
Document ID
20100018557
Document Type
Conference Proceedings
Authors
LaGraff, John E. (Syracuse Univ. NY, United States)
Povinelli, Louis A. (NASA Glenn Research Center Cleveland, OH, United States)
Gostelow, J. Paul (Leicester Univ. United Kingdom)
Glauser, Mark (Syracuse Univ. NY, United States)
Date Acquired
August 24, 2013
Publication Date
February 1, 2010
Subject Category
Aerodynamics
Report/Patent Number
E-17196
NASA/CP-2010-216112
Meeting Information
Minnowbrook VI: 2009 Workshop on Flow Physics and Control for Internal and External Aerodynamics(Blue Mountain Lake, NY)
Funding Number(s)
WBS: WBS 984754.02.07.03.11.03
CONTRACT_GRANT: NNX09AK41G
CONTRACT_GRANT: AFOSR-FA 9550-09-0631
CONTRACT_GRANT: N00014-09-1-0692
Distribution Limits
Public
Copyright
Public Use Permitted.

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