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PROGRAMME PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
(updated 9 december 2013)
49th
International Symposium
of Applied Aerodynamics
Aerodynamics
and environment
Lille, France - March 24-25-26, 2014
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www.3af-aerodynamics2014.com
“Building wind calculation © CSTB – Nantes”
Holger BABINSKY
Abderrahmane BAÏRI
Emmanuel BÉNARD
Jean-Paul BONNET
University of Cambridge
University Paris West
ISAE
University of Poitiers
Scientific Committee
49th International Symposium of Applied Aerodynamics Lille, March 24 – 25 – 26, 2014
Holger BABINSKY
Abderrahmane BAÏRI
Emmanuel BÉNARD
Jean-Paul BONNET
Pierre BRENNER
Stéphane BURGUBURU
Yannick BURY
Laurent CAMBIER
Patrick CHAMPIGNY
Bruno CHANETZ
Paola CINNELLA
Jean COLLINET
Michel COSTES
Jean COUSTEIX
Denis DARRACQ
Jean DÉLERY
Philippe DEVINANT
Piotr DOERFFER
Michel DUMAS
Gérard FOURNIER
Anne GAZAIX
Nicolas GÉTIN
Patrick GILLIÉRON
Patrick GNEMMI
Francesco GRASSO
Vincent HERBERT
Denis JEANDEL
Emilie JÉRÔME
Azeddine KOURTA
Viviana LAGO
Amable LIÑÁN MARTINEZ
Olivier ORLANDI
Didier PAGAN
Sandrine PALERM
Pierre-Yves PAMART
Jean-Denis PARISSE
Jean-Pierre ROSENBLUM
William S. SARIC
Jean TENSI
Zoubir ZOUAOUI
University of Cambridge
University Paris West
ISAE
University of Poitiers
Astrium
Safran - Snecma
ISAE
Onera
Onera
Onera
Arts et Métiers ParisTech
Astrium
Onera
ISAE
Airbus
3AF/Onera
University of Orléans
Polish Academy of Sciences
Safran - Snecma
GFIC
Airbus
MBDA
Renault
ISL
IAT/CNAM
PSA – Peugeot Citroën
Ecole Centrale of Lyon
DGA
University of Orléans
CNRS
Polytechnic University of Madrid
Safran - Herakles
MBDA
CNES
Safran – Snecma
University of Marseille
Dassault Aviation
Texas A&M University
ENSMA
Glyndwr University
49th International Symposium
of Applied Aerodynamics
Aerodynamics
and environment
Lille, France - March 24-25-26, 2014
www.3af-aerodynamics2014.com
49th International Symposium of Applied Aerodynamics Lille, March 24 – 25 – 26, 2014
Aerodynamics and environment
In 2014, the symposium is hosted by the Ecole Centrale of Lille.
The 49th International Symposium of Applied Aerodynamics will focus on specific problems resulting from interactions between aerodynamics and environment. This involves both the effects of environment on aerodynamics
performance and the impact of aerodynamics on the environment.
As regards the effects of environment, the main topics considered will be
the impact of weather conditions, atmospheric turbulence, ground effects
etc. on aircrafts as well as on terrestrial vehicles and as on buildings.
Concerning the influence of aerodynamics on environment, problems of
interest include topics related to nuisances, sustainable development of
aerial and terrestrial vehicles as well as fluidic devices for the environmental management in buildings.
All domains of application of aerodynamics will be of interest: aircrafts
and UAV, terrestrial vehicles, buildings, wind-turbine farms, ships, trains,
etc.
Acoustic waves emitted by a cavity. © Onera
Symposium Location
Organisation
Programme overview
Ecole Centrale de Lille
Avenue Henri Poincaré
Cité Scientifique
59651 Villeneuve d’Ascq
France
GPS : 50.611588-3.142495
MONDAY 24 MARCH 2014
8:00
Registration
9:00
Symposium Welcome
9:30
Keynote Conference
10:15 – 13:15
Session n° 1: Icing
14:15
Keynote Conference
15:00 – 19:00
Sessions n°2a & 2b: Miscellaneous effects: Ground, acoustics, ventilation
TUESDAY 25 MARCH 2014
8:45
9:30 – 13:00
14:00
14:45 – 18:45
Keynote Conference
Session n°3: Atmospheric turbulence
Keynote Conference
Session n°4: Aerodynamics for green vehicles
WEDNESDAY 26 MARCH 2014
8:45
9:30 – 13:30
14:30 – 17:00
Keynote Conference
Session n°5: Vortices and wakes
Technical Visits:
- EC-Lille Laboratories
- Onera – Lille
Monday, March 24, 2014
49th International Symposium of Applied Aerodynamics Lille, March 24 – 25 – 26, 2014
8:00
9:00
REGISTRATION
SYMPOSIUM WELCOME
Christian Mari (Vice President, French Aeronautics and Astronautics Society)
Etienne Craye (Director, Ecole Centrale of Lille)
9:30
KEYNOTE CONFERENCE N°1:
In flight icing modelling: issues, state of the art and main challenges
Philippe Villedieu (Onera)
Session n° 1: Icing
Chairperson: Joël Reneaux (Onera)
10:15
Mathematical model for ice - wall interactions within a level set method
Morency F., Baugendre H.and Dufrénot R.
(Ecole de Technologie Supérieure de Montréal/Bordeaux University)
10:45
Overview of icing test capabilities at DGA Aero-engine Testing
Jérôme E., Hervy F. and Maguis S. (DGA – Aero-Engine Testing)
11:15
Coffee break
11:45
Overview of icing certification process
Caminade F. (Dassault Aviation)
12:15
Experimental and numerical study of snow accumulation on a high speed train
Allain E., Paradot N., Ribourg M., Delpech P., Bouchet J.-P., De La Casa X. and Pauline J. (SNCF/CSTB/Altran)
12:45
Three-dimensional and multi-block ice accretion modeling in NSMB
Pena D., Hoarau Y. and Laurendeau E. (Strasbourg University/ Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal)
13:15
14:15
Lunch
KEYNOTE CONFERENCE N°2:
Simulation techniques in building wind engineering
Christian Barré (CSTB)
Session n° 2a: Miscellaneous effects:
Ground, acoustics, ventilation
Session n° 2b: Miscellaneous effects:
Ground, acoustics, ventilation
Chairperson: Michel Stanislas (Ecole Centrale of Lille)
Chairperson: Bruno Chanetz (Onera)
15:00
Study of micro-rotor in ground effect
Prothin S. and Jardin T. (Toulouse University/ISAE)
Parametric investigation of triangular micro vortex
generators on control surfaces
Bagueri M., Al Muslmani M., Masood A., Khosravi M., Atef Mahmoud
M.,Cardoz A., Akkuwari A. and Alanezi Y.
(Emirates Aviation College, Dubai)
15:30
Formulation of aerodynamic forces on helicopters
in non- uniform flow from scale model tests:
ground effects
Paquet J.-B. and Bourez J.-P. (Onera)
Numerical study of micro scale shock/vortex interaction
H. Xiao Yuhe Shang (Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an)
16:00
Noise signature of a MAV rotor in hover
Pagliaroli T., Moschetta J.-M. and Benard E.
(Toulouse University ISAE)
CFD techniques applied to the assessment of the wind
power in the vicinity of a building
Nedjari Daaou H., Saighi M. and Guerri O. (Renewable Energies
Development Center / University Houari Boumediene)
16:30
Coffee break
17:00
Prediction of acoustics of transonic cavities using
DES and SAS
Babu S. V. and Barakos G. N.(University of Liverpool)
Numerical analysis of aerodynamics on heating, ventilation and
air-conditioning (HVAC) system on a hemispherical building
Tripathi B. (Gautam Buddha University)
17:30
Influence on environmental parameters on surface
plasma discharges used as active flow control
actuator
Benard N., Bayoda K. D. and Moreau E. (PPRIME Institute)
Investigation of open jet flows with different geometric areas
Atmaca M. and Kurtulus A. (Marmara University)
18:00
Experimental and numerical simulation of an Iranian
wind tower
Dehghan-Kamaragi G. R., Hocine A., Baïri D. and Chanetz B.
(ENSAPM/University Paris West)
Numerical study and experimental validation for two-phase flow
in aero-engine bearing chambers
Zhang Meihua, Liu Zhenxia and Hu Jianping (Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an)
18:30
Numerical investigation of the effect of a pulsating
jet on convective heat exchange in a ribbed channel
Shi Yangyang and Liu Cunliang
(Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an)
19:00
End of sessions
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
49th International Symposium of Applied Aerodynamics Lille, March 24 – 25 – 26, 2014
8:45
KEYNOTE CONFERENCE N°3:
Can you blame the weatherman? Mitigating the impact of weather hazards on aviation safety and efficiency
Thomas Gerz (DLR)
Session n°3: Atmospheric turbulence
Chairperson: Laurent Jacquin (Onera)
9:30
Experimental study to determine an efficient real-time predictor of wind-turbine wake meandering process
Muller Y.-A., Aubrun S. and Masson C. (PRISME Laboratory/Ecole de Technologie Supérieure de Montréal)
Atmospheric instabilities above a vegetation canopy: wind tunnel simulation of VOC concentration fluctuations
Conan B., Aubrun S., Coudour B., Chetehouna K. and Garo J.-P. (PRISME Laboratory/PPRIME Institute)
10:30
Dynamic soaring mechanisms in the ocean boundary layer
Bonnin V., Bénard E., Toomer C. and Moschetta J.-M. (ISAE/University of the West of England)
11:00
Coffee break
11:30
Variations of the atmospheric refractive index in the presence of wake vortices
Brion V. (Onera)
12:00
Experimental and numerical modeling of atmospheric boundary-layer development in a short wind tunnel
Hlevca D., Degeratu M. and Grasso F. (Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest/CNAM-IAT)
12:30
Qualitative estimation of typical Mars atmosphere effects on static aerodynamics of a Mars entry vehicle
Jiang Ping (PPRIME Institute/ISAE-ENSMA/Beijing Institute of Aerospace System Engineering)
13:00
14:00
Lunch
KEYNOTE CONFERENCE N°4:
Challenges and options for future aerodynamics
Holger Winkelmann, BMW Group
Session n°4: Aerodynamics for green vehicles
Chairperson: Fabien Dezitter (Airbus)
14:45
Numerical airframe aerodynamic performance prediction: an exergy point of view
Arntz A., Atinault O. and Destarac D. (Onera)
15:15
Experimental investigation of the boundary-layer ingestion: specificity and challenges
Verbeke C., Eglinger E., Atinault O., Grenon R., Carrier G., Mialon B. and Ternoy F. (Onera)
15:45
Which torque ratio for a low noise geared open rotor?
Delattre G. and Falissard F. (Onera)
16:15
Coffee break
16:45
Far-field drag decomposition for unsteady flows
Toubin H. and Bailly D. (Onera)
17:15
Pressure measurements in an axial compressor: from design operating conditions to rotating stall inception
Vegliò M., Dazin A., Roussette O. and Bois G.(Arts et Métiers ParisTech)
17:45
Preliminary CFD studies of a diffusion flame enclosed in a vertical cylinder using heat source terms
Crespin A., Razamparany S., Seers P., Weiss J., Garnier F. and Morency F. (École de Technologie Supérieure de Montréal)
18:15
Design, analysis and simulation of an aerodynamically sustainable hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicle’s body
Mishra S. and Garg S. (Gautam Buddha University)
18:45
AWARD AND BANQUET
Wednesday, March 25, 2014
49th International Symposium of Applied Aerodynamics Lille, March 24 – 25 – 26, 2014
8:45
KEYNOTE CONFERENCE N° 5:
Degradation of wind turbine performance due to blade soiling
Edward B. White and Robert S. Ehrmann (Texas A&M University)
Session n°5: Vortices and wakes
Chairperson: Olivier Cadot (ENSTA ParisTech)
9:30
Effect of upstream conditions on the development of planar wakes
Momayez L., Dghim M., Ferchichi M. and Graveline S. (Royal Military College of Canada)
10:00
Variational multiscale large eddy simulation and anisotropic mesh adaptation for transient and turbulent flows
Hachem E., Billon L., Sari J. and Coupez T. (Mines ParisTech)
10:30
Coffee break
11:00
Control of wing tip vortex structure using fluidic actuation
Dghim M., Ferchichi M. and BenChiekh. M.
(Royal Military College of Canada/University of Sherbrooke/University of Monastir)
11:30
Naval aerodynamics: state-of-the-art: measurement and computational techniques
Verbeke C. and Mialon B. (Onera)
12:00
Characterization of the streamwise vortices and near-wake dynamics on the 25° Ahmed body based on SPIV
Jermann C., Pujals G., Meliga P., Serre E. and Gallaire F.
(PSA Peugeot Citroën/Aix-Marseille University/ Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne)
12:30
Characterization of the unsteady pressure on the base of an industrial vehicle
Courbois A., Cadot O., Ricot D., Ruiz T. and Harambat F. (ENSTA ParisTech/Renault/PSA Peugeot Citroën)
13:00
Vortex control by air intakes in the end plates of a multi-element wing in a racing car
Ballén-Daza D. A. and Catalano F. M. (University of São Paulo)
13:30
Lunch
14:30
17:00
TECHNICAL VISITS
EC-Lille Laboratories or Onera – Lille
Registration
49th International Symposium of Applied Aerodynamics Lille, March 24 – 25 – 26, 2014
SYMPOSIUM VENUE
Ecole Centrale de Lille
Avenue Henri Poincaré
Cité Scientifique - 59651 Villeneuve d’Ascq, France
SECURITY
Access to technical visits (ECL Laboratories or Onera) can only be granted upon former registration before 24 February 2014. ID
or passport copy must be attached to registration.
For security reasons, checks will be organized systematically at the entrance of these visits. Please be reminded that your ID will
be requested. You shall not be allowed to participate without valid ID.
LANGUAGE
Offical language for the symposium is English.
REGISTRATION
Delegates including Chairmen and Speakers are requested to register and settle registration fees prior the symposium.
Access to technical visits is controlled for security reasons.
Registration fees include: symposium session attendance, symposium documentation, coffee breaks,
lunches, social event on Tuesday 25 March 2014, and proceedings.
All prices quoted are in EURO. Registration fees not subject to VAT.
3AF Individual Member
€ 650.00
Speaker/Chairman
€ 650.00
Participant
€ 900.00
Academics/Student/PhD
€ 400.00
Additional symposium banquet
tickets for accompanying persons
€ 60, 00
EDUCATION COURSE
Possibility to register for a continuing education course. For more information, please contact our partner EUROSAE
Valérie Pineau - Email: [email protected] - Phone : +33 1 41 08 01 01 - Fax: +33 (1) 41 08 07 77
REGISTRATION FORM AND PAYMENT
On line registration on:
www.3af-aerodynamics2014.com
Complete online form and follow payment indication. Upon receipt of your payment an invoice and a recipe
will be sent. These are to be shown at the Symposium Welcome Desk.
CANCELLATION POLICY
At less than 7 days from the conference, € 350 cancellation fee will apply to participants, speakers and chairmen, € 250 to Academics and
students / PhD.
Delegates who do not cancel before the start of the symposium will be liable to the full registration fee.
SECRETARIAT
For more information please contact:
3AF Executive Secretariat - Anne Venables - 6, rue Galilée - 75016 Paris, France - E-mail : [email protected]
Phone : +33 (0)1 56 64 12 30 - Fax : +33 (0)1 56 64 12 31
General Information
49th International Symposium of Applied Aerodynamics Lille, March 24 – 25 – 26, 2014
The symposium will take place in the Ecole Centrale de Lille (France) also known as Centrale Lille.
The Ecole Centrale de Lille’s main mission is to train high-level multi-disciplinary engineers who go on every year
to enrich the management levels of many companies.
Getting to ISL
Ecole Centrale de Lille
Avenue Henri Poincaré
Cité Scientifique
59651 Villeneuve d’Ascq, France
GPS : 50.611588-3.142495
By train:
-
Gare Lille Flandres (1)
Gare Lille Europe (1)
By car:
From the station join A1/E42 towards Villeneuve
d'Ascq
Underground Station:
L1 - Cité Scientifique - Professeur Gabillard (1)
L1 - 4 cantons (1)
Accommodation
(1) www.transpole.fr/
Make your reservation as soon as possible.
Complete list hotels with the possibility of booking online from the Office Of tourism of Lille:
http://resa.lilletourism.com/les-hotels.html
Some places recommended in the center of Lille.
Allow 10 minutes by underground away from center
of Lille to Ecole Centrale de Lille.
Hotel close to the Symposium:
Hotel IBIS Lille Centre Grand Place **
21, Rue Lepelletier - 59000 Lille
Tél +33 (0)3 20 06 21 95 - Fax +33(0)3 20 74 91 30
[email protected] -www.ibishotel.com
Hotel PARK INN ****
211, Boulevard de Tournai - 59650 Villeneuve d'Ascq
Tél +33 (0)3 20 64 40 00 - Fax +33 (0)3 20 64 40 01
[email protected] - www.parkinn.com
Breakfast included
Hotel MERCURE ****
2, Boulevard Carnot - 59000 Lille
Tél +33 (0)3 20 14 71 47 - Fax +33 (0)3 20 14 71 48
[email protected] - www.mercure.com
Special Rate until 24th February (2)
Hotel BRUEGHEL ***
5, Parvis Saint Maurice - 59000 Lille
Tél + 33 (0)3 20 06 06 69 - Fax +33 (0)3 20 63 25 27
[email protected] - www.hotel-brueghel-lille.com
Special Rate until 28th February (2)
(2) Please contact the Executive Secretary for information
Anne Venables - 6, rue Galilée - 75016 Paris, France –
 +33 (0)1 56 64 12 30 6 : [email protected]
:
www.3af.fr
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