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  1. The mixing and combustion processes under different reference velocities in a gas turbine combustor were numerically investigated using the Flamelet Generated Manifold (FGM) model based on the Reynolds Average...

    Authors: Cheng Gong, Shufan Zhao, Weiqiang Chen, Wenyu Li, Yu Zhou and Ming Qiu
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2023 5:24
  2. In view of the long calculation cycle, high processing test and cost of the traditional aero-engine combustion chamber design process, which restricts the engine optimization design cycle, this paper innovativ...

    Authors: Shuhong Tong, Yue Ma, Mingming Guo, Ye Tian, Wenyan Song, Heng Wang, Jialing Le and Hua Zhang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2023 5:20
  3. In this paper, we present a novel surface mesh generation approach that splits B-rep geometry models into isotropic triangular meshes based on neural networks and splitting lines. In the first stage, a recursi...

    Authors: Zengsheng Liu, Shizhao Chen, Xiang Gao, Xiang Zhang, Chunye Gong, Chuanfu Xu and Jie Liu
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2023 5:18
  4. Subsonic jet nozzles, commonly used in passenger aircrafts, generate significant noise that travels both downstream and upstream due to large-scale or fine-scale turbulence in the jet plume. To reduce jet nois...

    Authors: Huyue Mao, Xiaolong Tang, Xiaoquan Yang, Jue Ding and Peifen Weng
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2023 5:17
  5. The authors of the work numerically studied the aerodynamic coefficients of the sail blade, during which the patterns of three-dimensional flow around airflow and the pressure distribution field were obtained....

    Authors: Akmaral Zh. Tleubergenova, Nazgul K. Tanasheva, Kulzhan M. Shaimerdenova, Serik S. Kassymov, Asem R. Bakhtybekova, Nurgul N. Shuyushbayeva, Saule Zh. Uzbergenova and Gulden A. Ranova
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2023 5:14
  6. The low-variance direct simulation Monte Carlo (LVDSMC) is a powerful method to simulate low-speed rarefied gas flows. However, in the near-continuum flow regime, due to limitations on the time step and spatia...

    Authors: Liyan Luo, Qi Li and Lei Wu
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2023 5:10
  7. The aerodynamic braking has become an attractive option with the continuous improvement of train speeds. The study aims to obtain the optimal opening angles of multiple sets of braking plates for the maglev tr...

    Authors: Xiaofei Wang, Xiao Hu, Penghui Wang, Jun Zheng, Haitao Li, Zigang Deng and Weihua Zhang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2023 5:8
  8. Turbulence drag reduction is of great significance for the range increase of hypersonic flight vehicles. The proposed velocity-temperature coupling control method (Liu et al, Phys Rev Fluids 6:044603, 2021) is...

    Authors: Qiang Liu, Zhenbing Luo, Yan Zhou, Wei Xie and Siwei Dong
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2023 5:7
  9. This paper presents a critical evaluation of the physical aspects of lift generation to prove that no lift can be generated in a steady inviscid flow. Hence, the answer to the recurring question in the paper t...

    Authors: Tianshu Liu
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2023 5:6
  10. Vortex generator (VG) is a passive flow control technology, which can effectively inhibit flow separation. Recently, significant research efforts have been devoted to the study on the application of VG in airf...

    Authors: Lishu Hao, Bao Hu, Yongwei Gao and Binbin Wei
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2023 5:4
  11. For more than a century, it has been widely believed that there is a clear gap between molecular motions at the microscopic level and turbulent fluctuations at the macroscopic level. However, recent studies ha...

    Authors: Qihan Ma, Chunxin Yang, Song Chen, Kaikai Feng and Jun Zhang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2023 5:3
  12. In this study, we adopt a coupled fluid-rigid body simulation using the moving computational domain method and multi-axis sliding mesh method for the takeoff, hovering, and yawing flight of an electric vertica...

    Authors: Ritsuka Gomi, Ayato Takii, Masashi Yamakawa, Shinichi Asao, Seiichi Takeuchi and Momoha Nishimura
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2023 5:2
  13. The theory of stochastic equations and the theory of equivalence of measures previously applied to flows in the boundary layer and in the pipe are considered to calculate the velocity profile of the flat jet. ...

    Authors: Artur V. Dmitrenko and A. S. Selivanov
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:40
  14. Modeling high-dimensional aerodynamic data presents a significant challenge in aero-loads prediction, aerodynamic shape optimization, flight control, and simulation. This article develops a machine learning ap...

    Authors: Bo-Wen Zan, Zhong-Hua Han, Chen-Zhou Xu, Ming-Qi Liu and Wen-Zheng Wang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:39
  15. In this work, we studied the bluntness effect on the hypersonic boundary-layer transition over a slender cone at Mach 6 with interchangeable tips in a noisy Ludwieg tube tunnel before the so-called “transition...

    Authors: Ranran Huang, Jiangyi Cheng, Jianqiang Chen, Xianxu Yuan and Jie Wu
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:35
  16. An air-supplement plasma synthetic jet (PSJ) actuator increases the air supplemental volume in the recovery stage and improves the jet energy by attaching a check valve to the chamber of a conventional actuato...

    Authors: Ru-Bing Liu, Wen-Tao Wei, Hai-Peng Wan, Qi Lin, Fei Li and Kun Tang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:34
  17. To increase the efficiency and robustness of stability-based transition prediction in flow simulations, simplified methods are introduced to substitute direct stability analyses for rapid disturbance growth pr...

    Authors: Han Nie, Wenping Song, Zhonghua Han, Guohua Tu and Jianqiang Chen
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:33
  18. Prediction of the coupled conduction-radiation heat transfer in composite materials with periodic structure is important in high-temperature applications of the materials. The temperature dependence of thermal...

    Authors: Zi-Xiang Tong, Ming-Jia Li, Zhaolin Gu, Jun-Jie Yan and Wen-Quan Tao
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:30
  19. A comparative study about riblets-controlled turbulent boundary layers has been performed to investigate the turbulence characteristics associated with drag reduction in a compressive flat-plate flow (where th...

    Authors: Yang Zhang, Zhixian Ye, Binghua Li, Lan Xie, Jianfeng Zou and Yao Zheng
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:29
  20. Scramjet is the main power device of hypersonic vehicles. With the gradual expansion of wide velocity domain, shock wave/shock wave and shock wave/boundary layer are the main phenomena in scramjet isolator. Wh...

    Authors: Hao Chen, Ye Tian, Mingming Guo, Jialing Le, Yuan Ji, Yi Zhang, Hua Zhang and Chenlin Zhang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:28
  21. The hypersonic boundary layer (HBL) transition on a slender cone at moderate incidence is studied via a symmetry-based length model: the SED-SL model. The SED-SL specifies an analytic stress length function (w...

    Authors: Wei-Tao Bi, Zhou Wei, Ke-Xin Zheng and Zhen-Su She
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2022 4:26
  22. 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
  23. 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
  24. 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
  25. 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
  26. 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

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