About the Project
There are different approaches to solving the fluid continuum from high fidelity computational fluid dynamics approach to panel methods. From the solution of the fluid domain, the forces interacting with the solid are available, however each of these approaches have several simplifications that limit their accuracy especially in highly dynamic, turbulent or separated flow conditions. Recent advances have focused on more accurate prediction of the unsteady aerodynamics and the coupling of the fluid dynamics with structure dynamics.
From the structures side, the dynamics modelling of the wing will have to be done either with an explicit or implicit solver. Recent advances are focused on the dynamic modelling of non-isotropic materials such as composite wing structures. Focus is on assessing and optimising ply orientations for the design of the aircraft wing to increase the flutter boundary.
Typical candidates will have some experience in the numerical modelling of fluid or solid domain, using for example finite element, finite difference or finite volume methods, panel methods and so on. Some experience in the modelling of composite materials, experimental methods is also desired.
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