AeroGust Special Session at AIAA Aviation announced

The following papers have been accepted for an AeroGust Special Session at the AIAA Aviation Forum in Atlanta, United States in June:

1. The Future of Non-linear Modelling of Aeroelastic Gust Interaction
Christopher Wales; Robert Cook; Ann Gaitonde; Dorian Jones; Jonathan E. Cooper

2. A Kriging Based Corrected Potential Flow ROM for Gust Load Calculations
Arnaud G. Malan

3. High Fidelity Gust Simulations Over a Supercritical Airfoil
Benoit Tartinville; Virginie Barbieux; Lionel Temmerman

4. Nonlinear Unsteady Reduced Order Models based on Computational Fluid Dynamics for Gust Loads Predictions
Matteo Ripepi; Philipp Bekemeyer; Ralf Heinrich; Stefan Goertz

5. Uncertainty Quantification of Aeroelastic Systems with Structural or Aerodynamic Nonlinearities
Robert G. Cook; Christopher Wales; Ann Gaitonde; Dorian Jones; Jonathan E. Cooper; Benoit Tartinville; Harmen van der Ven

The session will take place at 2pm on Wednesday 27 June and will be chaired by Dorian Jones. More information is available on the AIAA Aviation Forum website.

Save the Date – AeroGust workshop 24 May

AeroGust workshop

Thursday 24 May 2018

Engineers’ House Conference Centre

Engineers’ House Conference Centre, Bristol

As the AeroGust project draws to a close this workshop will present what has been achieved and how the research will impact on the aerospace  industry. The workshop will cover three main areas:

  1. Understanding non-linearities of gust interaction
  2. Reducing reliance on wind tunnel testing
  3. Adaptation of the loads process for non-linear and innovative structures, including through the use of reduced order modelling.

To register your interest contact Nic Woodhall at AeroGust-project@bristol.ac.uk