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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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

    The Correction to this article has been published in Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:17

  5. 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
  6. A scaled model of the X38-like configuration was simulated under hypersonic conditions for the direct simulation Monte Carlo method and the unified gas kinetic scheme. The inflow conditions considered several ...

    Authors: Jin Li, Dingwu Jiang, Xiangren Geng and Jianqiang Chen
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:10
  7. The newly developed vortex-identification method, Liutex, has provided a new systematic description of the local fluid rotation, which includes scalar, vector, and tensor forms. However, the advantages of Liut...

    Authors: Pushpa Shrestha, Charles Nottage, Yifei Yu, Oscar Alvarez and Chaoqun Liu
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:8

    The Correction to this article has been published in Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:11

  8. In this era of fast-depleting natural resources, the hike in fuel prices is ever-growing. With stringent norms over environmental policies, the automotive manufacturers are on a voyage to produce efficient veh...

    Authors: Devang S. Nath, Prashant Chandra Pujari, Amit Jain and Vikas Rastogi
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:4
  9. With the increasing of computing ability, large-scale simulations have been generating massive amounts of data in aerodynamics. Sort-last parallel rendering is the most classical image compositing method for l...

    Authors: Min Hou, Chongke Bi, Fang Wang, Liang Deng, Gang Zheng and Xiangfei Meng
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:3
  10. The effectiveness of the Vectored Thrust Ducted Propeller (VTDP) system is not high currently, especially the lateral force is not large enough. Thus, a conceptual design for a deflection device of a VTDP syst...

    Authors: Yongwei Gao, Jianming Zhang, Long Wang, Bingzhen Chen and Binbin Wei
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2021 3:2
  11. Properties of wall pressure beneath a transitional hypersonic boundary layer over a 7 half-angle blunt cone at angle of attack 6 are studied by Direct Numerical Simulation. The wall pressure has two distinct fr...

    Authors: Siwei Dong, Jianqiang Chen, Xianxu Yuan, Xi Chen and Guoliang Xu
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:29
  12. The evacuated tube transportation has great potential in the future because of its advantages of energy saving and environmental protection. The train runs in the closed tube at ultra-high speed. The heat quan...

    Authors: Shijie Bao, Xiao Hu, Jukun Wang, Tianhao Ma, Yingyu Rao and Zigang Deng
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:28
  13. The computation of compressible flows at all Mach numbers is a very challenging problem. An efficient numerical method for solving this problem needs to have shock-capturing capability in the high Mach number ...

    Authors: Yanqun Jiang, Xun Chen, Xu Zhang, Tao Xiong and Shuguang Zhou
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:27
  14. In this paper, we introduce the discrete Maxwellian equilibrium distribution function for incompressible flow and force term into the two-stage third-order Discrete Unified Gas-Kinetic Scheme (DUGKS) for simul...

    Authors: Rui Zhang, Chengwen Zhong, Sha Liu and Congshan Zhuo
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:26
  15. Accuracy of unstructured finite volume discretization is greatly influenced by the gradient reconstruction. For the commonly used k-exact reconstruction method, the cell centroid is always chosen as the reference...

    Authors: Lingfa Kong, Yidao Dong, Wei Liu and Huaibao Zhang
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:25
  16. Nearly all illuminating classic hypersonic flow theories address aerodynamic phenomena as a perfect gas in the high-speed range and at the upper limit of continuum gas domain. The hypersonic flow is quantitati...

    Authors: Joseph J. S. Shang and Hong Yan
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:19

    The Correction to this article has been published in Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:22

  17. Since the classical weighted essentially non-oscillatory (WENO) scheme is proposed, various improved versions have been developed, and a typical one is the WENO-Z scheme. Although better resolution is achieved...

    Authors: Zheng Hong, Zhengyin Ye and Kun Ye
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:18
  18. In this paper, we present a hybrid grid generation approach for viscous flow simulations by marching a surface triangulation on viscous walls along certain directions. Focuses are on the computing strategies u...

    Authors: Hongfei Ye, Yang Liu, Bo Chen, Zhiwei Liu, Jianjing Zheng, Yufei Pang and Jianjun Chen
    Citation: Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:17
  19. 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
  20. 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
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. 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
  24. 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

    The Correction to this article has been published in Advances in Aerodynamics 2020 2:16

  25. 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
  26. 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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