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Title: Unsteady inviscid flowfields of 2-D airfoils by non-linear singular integral computational analysis
Keywords: Non-linear Multidimensional Singular Integral Equations
Two-dimensional NACA airfoil
Non-linear Aerodynamics
Constant Source Distribution
Velocity & Pressure Coefficient Field
Issue Date: 2-Jun-2011
Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract: Abstract A two-dimensional aerodynamics representation analysis is introduced for the investigation of inviscid flowfields of unsteady airfoils. The problem of the unsteady flow of a two-dimensional NACA airfoil is therefore reduced to the solution of a non-linear multidimensional singular integral equation, when the form of the source and vortex strength distribution is dependent on the history of the above distribution on the NACA airfoil surface. An application is given to the determination of the velocity and pressure coefficient field around an aircraft by assuming constant source distribution.
Abstract Highlights ▶ Non-linear Multidimensional Singular Integral Equation for 2-D Unsteady Aerodynamics. ▶ Determination of the Velocity and Pressure Coefficient Field around an Aircraft. ▶ Turbulent Boundary Layer Model based on the behavior of Momentum Integral Equation. General type of the Source and Vortex Strength Distribution around NACA Airfoils. ▶ Unsteady Momentum Integral equation for both Laminar and Turbulent Flows.
ISSN: 00207462 (ISSN)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijnonlinmec.2011.04.021
Rights: 2011
Affiliation: Interpaper Research Organization - 56--> , Anagnostopoulou Str.--> , Athens GR-106 72--> - GREECE (Ladopoulos, E.G.)
GREECE (Ladopoulos, E.G.)
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