Aerospace Design with Unsteady Fluid Dynamics Simulation

Aerospace Design with Unsteady Fluid Dynamics Simulation

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Aerospace engineering requires the highly accurate numerical simulation of complex physical phenomena - particularly unsteady, turbulent & separated aerodynamic flow. This information is used in combination with analysis from structures, thermal and acoustic specialists to design whole aircraft, and sub-components such as undercarriage, nacelles and thrust reversers.  

Based on cutting-edge research into next-generation high order methods by Dr Peter Vincent and his team at Imperial College London, The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) and its technology partners Zenotech and ARA have been developing a new code base for high fidelity aerospace CFD.  

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