Special Issue "Recent Advances in Aerodynamics and Aeroacoustics: Towards Greener Aviation"
A special issue of Fluids (ISSN 2311-5521).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2023 | Viewed by 11709
Interests: aerodynamics; aeroacoustics; high-lift device; hydrodynamics; propellers; turbulence; jets; experimentalfluid dynamics; flow-control; noise-control; wall-bounded flows; surface-treatments; computational fluid dynamics; large eddy simulation
Future civil air transport concepts such as supersonic aircrafts for long-range air routes and propeller-driven electric aircrafts for regional transports are continuously developing to reduce air pollution. However, their societal acceptance is key to their success, and it may be severely restricted in densely populated areas due to noise emissions.
A common denominator of these upcoming aircraft concepts is the formidable complexity of the highly unsteady aerodynamic and acoustic interactions with the adjacent propulsion systems and aircraft structures, affecting both the aerodynamic performance and noise emissions. The prediction of the aerodynamic performance and noise emission remains challenging, especially for the innovative non-conventional air transport concepts such as Blended Wing Body and Urban Air Mobility aircrafts.
This Special Issue of Fluids calls for high-quality papers in the fields of aerodynamics and aeroacoustics related to future aircraft technologies for greener aviation. We are very interested in receiving manuscripts from researchers from both academia and industry dealing with recent experimental, theoretical, and computational advances, as well as reviews showcasing the current state-of-the-art and all the perspectives related to a greener aviation.
Dr. Hasan Kamliya Jawahar
Dr. Stefano Meloni
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- greener aviation
- noise emissions
- aircraft technologies