Special Issue "Fluid-Structure Interactions"
A special issue of Aerospace (ISSN 2226-4310).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 December 2016) | Viewed by 31374
Interests: optofluidic biosensors; nano-engineered pressure sensors; optical dissolved-oxygen sensor; fluid–thermal–structure interactions; nanophotonic fluid sensor, flow control; compressible flows; advanced flow diagnostics; shock physics; shock–vortex interactions; wind tunnel testing; engineering optimisation; unsteady aerodynamics; energy deposition; bio-inspired engineering; unconventional wing planforms
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Various specialist groups around the world have dedicated much computational and experimental resources to the understanding of the challenging and exciting topic of fluid-structure interactions (FSI). FSI’s are prevalent in a wide range of problems in nature and engineering. These include dynamic stall in rotorcraft and wind turbines, micro air vehicles, and flow control. Such flows are characterized by rapid changes in flow circulation, flow separation, and vortices. While much of research in the past decades has focused on the mitigation of adverse FSI effects, recent studies have attempted to achieve aeroelastic benefits using FSI.
This drive to understand has led to many advances in numerical and experimental capabilities within this field. It is these innovations, which provide the motivation behind this Special Issue.
We invite papers addressing both the advances in our fundamental understanding of incompressible FSI phenomena and also the latest in numerical and experimental tools and techniques which are currently being used for this purpose.
Examples of the key areas, which are covered by this Special Issue, include, but are not limited to:
- Animal flight
- Flexible aircraft – conventional/unconventional configurations
- HALE and MALE vehicles
We wish all the researchers active in this field the greatest of luck.
Dr. Hossein Zare-Behtash
Dr. Kiran Ramesh
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