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  1. A brief discussion is given in this note to clarify the transition path of the hypersonic boundary layer. The first mode plays an important role in the hypersonic boundary layer transition and should not be ig...

    Authors: Wenkai Zhu
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:23
  2. Electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft with multiple lifting rotors or prop-rotors have received significant attention in recent years due to their great potential for next-generation urban ai...

    Authors: H. Lee, B. Sengupta, M. S. Araghizadeh and R. S. Myong
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:20
  3. Hypersonic boundary layer transition is a hot yet challenging problem restricting the development and breakthrough of hypersonic aerodynamics. In recent years, despite great progress made by wind tunnel experi...

    Authors: He-sen Yang, Hua Liang, Shan-guang Guo, Meng-xiao Tang, Chuan-biao Zhang, Yun Wu and Ying-hong Li
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:18
  4. With the development of deep learning (DL) techniques, many tasks in flow visualization that used to rely on complex analysis algorithms now can be replaced by DL methods. We reviewed the approaches to deep le...

    Authors: Can Liu, Ruike Jiang, Datong Wei, Changhe Yang, Yanda Li, Fang Wang and Xiaoru Yuan
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:17
  5. A dynamic nonlinear algebraic model with scale-similarity dynamic procedure (DNAM-SSD) is proposed for subgrid-scale (SGS) stress in large-eddy simulation of turbulence. The model coefficients of the DNAM-SSD ...

    Authors: Zelong Yuan, Yunpeng Wang, Chenyue Xie and Jianchun Wang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:16
  6. The surface correction to the quadrupole source term of the Ffowcs Williams and Hawkings integral in the frequency domain suffers from the computation of high-order derivatives of Green’s function. The far-fie...

    Authors: Zhiteng Zhou, Zhenyu Zang, Hongping Wang and Shizhao Wang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:12
  7. This paper numerically investigates the aerodynamic performance of the T106A low-pressure turbine based with different inflow conditions at moderate Reynolds number by using high performance computing based on...

    Authors: Hongbo Zhu, Xiyuan Pang, Feng Wu, Chunxiao Zhang, Yan Bao and Hui Xu
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:11
  8. The reentry vehicle will encounter thermal ablation, especially at the stagnation point regime. A theoretical work has been done to analyze the thermal effect of gas blowing due to thermal ablation of surface ...

    Authors: Qing Li, Xianxu Yuan, Jianqiang Chen and Lin Bi
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:10
  9. Visualization is crucial for analyzing the turbulent combustion simulation. Time-varying data allows us to investigate the evolution process of the turbulent flow field. To study the combustion effects, we cal...

    Authors: Xiaoyang Han, Yifei An, Guihua Shan, Jun Liu and Bo Yang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:9
  10. In this paper, we take a numerical simulation of a complex moving rigid body under the impingement of a shock wave in three-dimensional space. Both compressible inviscid fluid and viscous fluid are considered ...

    Authors: Shihao Liu, Ziqiang Cheng, Yan Jiang, Jianfang Lu, Mengping Zhang and Shuhai Zhang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:8
  11. A high fidelity flow simulation for complex geometries for high Reynolds number (Re) flow is still very challenging, requiring a more powerful HPC system. However, the development of HPC with traditional CPU arch...

    Authors: Chuang-Chao Ye, Peng-Jun-Yi Zhang, Zhen-Hua Wan, Rui Yan and De-Jun Sun
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:7
  12. This study proposes a method for modelling the flow interaction of multiple moving objects where the flow field variables are communicated between multiple separate moving computational domains. Instead of usi...

    Authors: Momoha Nishimura, Masashi Yamakawa, Shinichi Asao, Seiichi Takeuchi and Mehdi Badri Ghomizad
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:5
  13. This review attempts to elucidate the physical origin of aerodynamic lift of an airfoil using simple formulations and notations, particularly focusing on the critical effect of the fluid viscosity. The evoluti...

    Authors: Tianshu Liu
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:37
  14. Deep neural networks (DNNs) have recently shown great potential in solving partial differential equations (PDEs). The success of neural network-based surrogate models is attributed to their ability to learn a ...

    Authors: Xinhai Chen, Chunye Gong, Qian Wan, Liang Deng, Yunbo Wan, Yang Liu, Bo Chen and Jie Liu
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:36
  15. This work investigates the splashing behaviors of droplets impacting on solid surfaces and mainly focuses on the characteristics of secondary droplets. According to the experimental results, two different spla...

    Authors: Haixiang Zhang, Ye Gao, Xiwen Zhang, Xian Yi, Yanxia Du, Feng He, Zheyan Jin and Pengfei Hao
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:35
  16. Droplets icing has important applications in real life. The icing process of droplets on microstructure is explored based on the MDPDE method in this study. Firstly, the correctness of the heat transfer model ...

    Authors: Chenyang Wang, Xiao Wu, Pengfei Hao, Feng He and Xiwen Zhang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:34
  17. Three-dimensional particle reconstruction with limited two-dimensional projections is an under-determined inverse problem that the exact solution is often difficult to be obtained. In general, approximate solu...

    Authors: Qi Gao, Shaowu Pan, Hongping Wang, Runjie Wei and Jinjun Wang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:28
  18. In this work, we extend the characteristic-featured shock wave indicator based on artificial neuron training to 3D high-speed flow simulation on unstructured meshes. The extension is achieved through dimension...

    Authors: Yiwei Feng, Tiegang Liu, Xiaofeng He, Bin Zhang and Kun Wang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:27
  19. Sonic boom reduction has been an urgent need for the development of future supersonic transport, because of the heavy damage of noise pollution. This paper provides a novel concept for supersonic aircraft to r...

    Authors: Liu-qing Ye, Zheng-yin Ye, Kun Ye, Jie Wu and Sheng-jie Miao
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:25
  20. Improving resource utilization is an important goal of high-performance computing systems of supercomputing centers. To meet this goal, the job scheduler of high-performance computing systems often uses backfi...

    Authors: Hao Wang, Yi-Qin Dai, Jie Yu and Yong Dong
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:22
  21. A newly developed frosting simulation method, p-VOF method, is applied to simulate the dynamic frost formation on the NACA0012 airfoil under strong convection. The p-VOF method is a pseudo VOF method of the mu...

    Authors: Bin Xia, Xianghua Xu and Xingang Liang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:20
  22. This paper presents numerical studies of the Magnus effect for a kinetic turbine on a horizontal axis. To focus on the Magnus blade, a single self-spinning cylindrical blade is assumed. An iterative direct-for...

    Authors: X. Bai, C. Ji, P. Grant, N. Phillips, U. Oza, E. J. Avital and J. J. R. Williams
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:19
  23. The unified stochastic particle method based on the Bhatnagar-Gross-Krook model (USP-BGK) has been proposed recently to overcome the low accuracy and efficiency of the traditional stochastic particle methods, ...

    Authors: Fei Fei, Yang Ma, Jie Wu and Jun Zhang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:18
  24. In order to visualize the rarefied flow field in a Φ1m hypersonic low-density wind tunnel, an electric glow discharge technique based on high frequency excited power has been developed. Firstly, finite element...

    Authors: Wanqiu Jiang, Huacheng Qiu, Yanguang Yang, Yilei Shi, Jie Wang, Jie Li, Zhengyi Long and Chunman Mao
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:14
  25. The water entry is a classic fluid-structure interaction problem in ocean engineering. The prediction of impact loads on structure during the water entry is critical to some engineering applications. In this p...

    Authors: Zi-Fei Meng, Fu-Ren Ming, Ping-Ping Wang and A-Man Zhang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:13

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  26. In this paper, we present an effective prismatic mesh generation method for viscous flow simulations. To address the prismatic mesh collisions in recessed cavities or slit areas, we exploit 3D tensors controll...

    Authors: Yiming Zhu, Shengfa Wang, Xiaopeng Zheng, Na Lei, Zhongxuan Luo and Bo Chen
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:12

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