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  1. A truly three-dimensional (3D) gas-kinetic flux solver for simulation of incompressible and compressible viscous flows is presented in this work. By local reconstruction of continuous Boltzmann equation, the i...

    Authors: Y. Sun, L. M. Yang, C. Shu and C. J. Teo

    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:13

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  2. The flow of an active thermal protection system exploiting subsonic counter-flow jets for wing leading edges of hypersonic vehicles is numerically studied on the basis of the three dimensional Navier-Stokes eq...

    Authors: Tomonori Shimada and Taku Ohwada

    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:12

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  3. The unsteady transonic aerodynamics of a wing-body configuration is investigated by solving the Unsteady Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes equations closed with the full Reynolds Stress Model. This work presents...

    Authors: Razvan Marian Apetrei, Vlad Ciobaca, Jose Luis Curiel-Sosa and Ning Qin

    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:9

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  4. Blunt-body configurations are the most common geometries adopted for non-lifting re-entry vehicles. Hypersonic re-entry vehicles experience different flow regimes during flight due to drastic changes in atmosp...

    Authors: T. Chourushi, A. Rahimi, S. Singh and R. S. Myong

    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:8

    Content type: Research

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  5. The DSMC modeling is developed to simulate three-dimensional (3D) rarefied ionization flows and numerically forecast the communication blackout around spacecraft during hypervelocity reentry. A new weighting f...

    Authors: Ming Fang, Zhi-Hui Li, Zhong-Hua Li, Jie Liang and Yong-Hao Zhang

    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:7

    Content type: Research

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  6. Recently, a novel concept of flapping Micro-Air-Vehicles (FMAVs) with four wings has been proposed, which potentially utilizes the clap-and-fling effect for lift enhancement and agile maneuvers through an adju...

    Authors: Cheng Cheng, Jianghao Wu, Yanlai Zhang, Han Li and Chao Zhou

    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:5

    Content type: Research

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  7. Despite over fifty years of research on shock wave boundary layer effects and interactions, many related technical issues continue to be controversial and debated. The present survey provides an overview of th...

    Authors: P. M. Ligrani, E. S. McNabb, H. Collopy, M. Anderson and S. M. Marko

    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:4

    Content type: Review

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  8. A three-dimensional-membrane-type wing is investigated applying fluid-structure-interaction computations and complementary experiments. An analysis for three Reynolds numbers is conducted at various angles of ...

    Authors: J. Piquee, I. López Canalejo, C. Breitsamter, R. Wüchner and K.-U. Bletzinger

    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2019 1:20

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  9. The accuracy of gradient reconstruction methods on unstructured meshes is analyzed both mathematically and numerically. Mathematical derivations reveal that, for gradient reconstruction based on the Green-Gaus...

    Authors: Nianhua Wang, Ming Li, Rong Ma and Laiping Zhang

    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2019 1:18

    Content type: Research

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  10. For the general case of a spatial isoenergetic flow of ideal gas, Helmholtz’s theorems are generalized and the speed with which vortex tubes move is found, keeping the intensity. It is shown that along the str...

    Authors: V. N. Golubkin and G. B. Sizykh

    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2019 1:15

    Content type: Research

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  11. The paper presents the experimental results and the results of direct numerical simulation of the development and interaction of two wave trains from two point sources of controlled disturbances in a supersoni...

    Authors: G. L. Kolosov, A. D. Kosinov, A. N. Semenov and A. A. Yatskikh

    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2019 1:14

    Content type: Research

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  12. The article represents the discussion of several separate directions of investigations, which are performed by TsAGI flight vehicles aerodynamics specialists at the time. There are some major trends of classic...

    Authors: Sergey L. Chernyshev, Sergey V. Lyapunov and Andrey V. Wolkov

    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2019 1:7

    Content type: Review

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  13. How to solve the hypersonic aerothermodynamics around large-scale uncontrolled spacecraft during falling disintegrated process from outer space to earth, is the key to resolve the problems of the uncontrolled ...

    Authors: Zhi-Hui Li, Ao-Ping Peng, Qiang Ma, Lei-Ning Dang, Xiao-Wei Tang and Xue-Zhou Sun

    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2019 1:4

    Content type: Research

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  14. An array of subsonic counter-flow jets is studied as an active thermal protection system (TPS) for wing leading edges of hypersonic vehicles. The performance is numerically estimated in the model case of a cir...

    Authors: Taku Ohwada, Tomonori Shimada and Takuma Kato

    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2019 1:1

    Content type: Research

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    Chinese Aerodynamics Research Society (CARS) is a national, academic and non-profit social organization voluntarily formed by the academics practitioners and institutions engaged in aerodynamic research. It is also a constituent of China Association for Science and Technology.

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