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Progress in Flow Instability Analysis and Laminar-Turbulent Transition Modeling

Flow instability analysis plays an active role in the identification and explanation of some of the most challenging topics of fluid mechanics. Many applications, such as a heat shield design for re-entry vehicles, control surface effectiveness, air vehicles drag, heat transfer prediction in turbine blades, or even cavity unsteadiness, detached flows, buffet or aeroacoustics, just to name a few, would benefit from a detailed analysis of flow stability.

Workshop in high order methods for flow simulation at Imperial College London

The workshop will take place from Wednesday the 16th to Friday the 18th of January. During the first day, the general features of high order numerical methods will be presented in the form of two blocks of lectures and tutorial sessions. The second day will be used as an introduction to specialised topics related to high order methods: flux reconstruction, high order mesh generation and mimetic discretisations.

The kick-off meeting of ANADE in Madrid

The kick-off meeting of ANADE took place in Madrid on the 30th and 31st of January 2012. All the partners were represented and the work on the project has commenced. The two day meeting agenda included presentations on the administrative issues of the project such as overview of ITN Marie Curie actions, financial guidelines and reporting practices as well as technical presentations by all partners.


Recruitment of fellows was identified as a priority on the agenda of ANADE. The project┬┤s website was presented as a work tool. Management structures including selection of members for the Project Management Group and Training Committee were established. Scientific planning of the project has been agreed.

The kick off meeting of ANADE scheduled to take place in Madrid at the end of January 2012

On the 30th and 31st of January 2012 representatives of all institutions participating in ANADE will gather in Madrid to commence the work of the project. The two day meeting agenda will include half day presentations on the administrative issues of the project such as overview of ITN Marie Curie actions, financial guidelines and reporting practices.

Recruitment procedures will be established and common selection criteria agreed. The European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers will be distributed among the partners.

Management structures including selection of members for the Project Management Group and Training Committee will be established.

The remaining time of the first day and the second day will be dedicated to technical presentations of all partners. The scientific planning of the project will be outlined and commented between all partners.

International Workshop

We would like to kindly invite you to submit your work to the International Workshop on Numerical Prediction of Detached Flows, to be held at ETSIA-UPM Madrid: 23-24th of October.

Please find more details at the conference website.

ANADE follow-up meeting in Belgium

On the 25th of September 2012 a follow-up meeting of ANADE will take place in Leuven, Belgian. During this meeting, the first recruited fellows: 6 PhD and one postdoctoral researcher will have the opportunity to meet the rest of the red participants. The fellows will be presenting their work, done in the past and during the ANADE project.
The meeting will also be opportunity for a General Assembly to revise the progress of the project and talk about the strategies for the future.


There will be around 20 participants representing 9 ANADE partner organizations.

Partners

Universidad Politecnica de Madrid Imperial College London Katholieke Universiteit Leuven University of Cambridge Office National d'Etudes et de Recherches Aerospatiales Deutsches Zentrum für Luft– und Raumfahrt Von Karman Institute Numerical Mechanics Applications Airbus Operations

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