Publications [#281252] of Kenneth C. Hall
- Hall, KC, Eigenanalysis of unsteady flows about airfoils, cascades, and wings,
Collection of Technical Papers Aiaa/Asme/Asce/Ahs/Asc Structures, Structural Dynamics and Materials Conference, vol. 2 no. 2
pp. 967-976, Hilton Head, SC, USA
(last updated on 2020/07/10)
A general technique for constructing reduced order models of unsteady aerodynamic flows about two-dimensional isolated airfoils, cascades of airfoils, and three-dimensional wings was developed. The technique was applied to an unsteady incompressible vortex lattice model. The eigenmodes of the system, which may be thought of as aerodynamic states, were computed and subsequently used to construct computationally efficient, reduced order models of the unsteady flow field. It was also shown how the reduced order model may be incorporated into an aeroelastic flutter model.
Mathematical models;Airfoils;Wings;Cascades (fluid mechanics);Three dimensional;Time domain analysis;Eigenvalues and eigenfunctions;Approximation theory;Frequency domain analysis;Aerodynamic loads;Laplace transforms;