30th Congress of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences

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Thursday, 13. Sep 2018


7:30-8:00 Briefing for presenters and chairpersons in each day at each presentation room
0.1General Lecture V - IFAR Plenary Lecture Global Cooperation Leading to New Commercial Supersonic Opportunity - NASA-Dr. Jaiwon Shin TsAGI-Dr. Sergey Chernyshev JAXA-Dr. Fumikazu Itoh ONERA-Bruno Saijon DLR-Prof. Rolf Henke NLR-Michel Peters
Chair:
13. Sep 18 08:00 09:30

09:30 - 10:00Break

1.1Design Method 2
Chair(s): Rinoie, K., Nicolosi, F.
Track 1
01 - Aircraft Design and Integrated Systems
13. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 1.1.1 PRELIMINARY DESIGN OF A LONG RANGE WINDOWLESS AIRCRAFT CONCEPT
S. Bagassi¹, F. Lucchi¹, M. Moruzzi¹; ¹University of Bologna, Italy
13. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 1.1.2 COLLABORATIVE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF A MID-RANGE AIRCRAFT UNDER CONSIDERATION OF ADVANCED METHODS FOR TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMEN
J. Hartmann¹, T. Pfeiffer¹, B. Breymann¹, D. Silberhorn¹, E. Moerland¹, M. Weiss¹, B. Nagel¹; ¹DLR, Germany
13. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 1.1.3 STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A PARAMETRIC CAD MODEL FOR A330-300 R2035 STRUCTURE AND EXTERNAL CONFIGURATION
Z.-J. Goraj¹, M. Kowalski¹, A. Seitz, Bauhaus Luftfahrt e.V., Germany; ¹Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
13. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 1.1.4 AN APPROACH TO ASSESS AIRFRAME WEIGHT REDUCTION PERFORMANCE FOR STITCHED COMPOSITE TECHNOLOGIES
J. Corman, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
13. Sep 18 12:00 12:30 1.1.5 NARROW-BODY B737NG PASSENGER CONVERSION TO FREIGHTER
Ilan Berlowitz, Israel Aerospace Industries, Israel
Reserve Paper 1.1.R RESERCH ON KEY TECHNOLOGY OF INTELLIGENT CIVIL AIRCRAFT
Zhengqiang Li¹, Dianhang Xie¹, Bin Gao¹, Zhichao Yao¹; ¹Shanghai Aircraft Design and Research Institute, China
2.1Aircraft Operations 2
Chair(s): Teixeirada da Cunha, S., Anderson, K.
Track 2
11 - Operations and Sustainment
13. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 2.1.1 PARAMETRIC APPROACH TO OPERATING COSTS ESTIMATION FOR AN INNOVATIVE REGIONAL AIRCRAFT
M. Fioriti¹, N. Viola¹, D. Ferretto¹, V. Vercella¹, S. Cresto Aleina¹, F. Nicolosi², V. Cusati²; ¹Politecnico di Torino, Italy ;²Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy
13. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 2.1.2 PROGNOSIS OF AIRCRAFT FUEL FLOW USING MACHINE LEARNING ALGORITHMS ON FLIGHT OPERATIONAL DATA
S. Baumann, Technische Universitaet Darmstadt, Germany
13. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 2.1.3 FUEL-BURN PENALTIES CAUSED BY IRREGULARITIES IN AIRCRAFT SURFACES (ASTEROID PROJECT)
David Philpott¹, Kevin Hackett¹, Andrew Shires², Ben Hinchliffe²; ¹IHS Markit (ESDU), United Kingdom ;²University of Leeds, United Kingdom
13. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 2.1.4 COST-BENEFIT ASSESSMENT OF CLIMATE AND WEATHER OPTIMIZED TRAJECTORIES FOR DIFFERENT NORTH ATLANTIC WEATHER PATTERNS
Benjamin Lührs, TUHH, Germany; Malte Niklaß¹, Christine Frömming¹, Volker Grewe¹, Volker Gollnick¹; ¹DLR, Germany
13. Sep 18 12:00 12:30 2.1.5 IDENTIFICATION OF OPTIMAL RENDEZVOUS AND SEPARATION AREAS FOR FORMATION FLIGHT UNDER CONSIDERATION OF WIND
T. Marks¹, M. Swaid², B. Lührs², V. Gollnick¹; ¹German Aerospace Center, Germany ;²Technical University Hamburg, Germany
3.1Crack and Impact Damage Propagation
Chair(s): Fish, J., Blom, A.
Track 3
04.1 - Material Issues, Fatigue and Damage Tolerance
13. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 3.1.1 STUDY OF ACCIDENTAL IMPACT SCENARIOS FOR COMPOSITE WING DAMAGE TOLERANCE EVALUATION
Stanislav DUBINSKII¹, Yuri Feygenbaum², Vitaliy Senik¹, Evgeniy Metelkin²; ¹TsAGI, Russia ;²GosNII GA, Russia
13. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 3.1.2 MULTI-SITE DELAMINATION ANALYSIS USING VIRTUAL CRACK CLOSURE TECHNIQUE FOR A COMPOSITE AIRCRAFT WING FLAP
J. Jokinen¹, M. Kanerva¹, O. Saarela, Aalto University, Finland; ¹Tampere University of Technology, Finland
13. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 3.1.3 INVESTIGATION OF BULGING EFFECTS ON PROPAGATION OF 1-BAY AND 2-BAY LONGITUDINAL CRACKS WITH BROKEN/INTACT STIFFENER
A. S. Kim, TsAGI, Russia
13. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 3.1.4 BALLISTIC RESISTANT ANALYSIS FOR AIRCRAFT WING STRUCTURE
G.R. Zu¹, Y. Pei¹, X.W. Yang¹; ¹Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
13. Sep 18 12:00 12:30 3.1.5 PLY THICKNESS INFLUENCE IN COMPRESSION AFTER IMPACT DAMAGE ON CARBON/EPOXY TEST SPECIMENS
T. H. L. Pinto, UFVJM, Brazil; C. A. Cimini Jr., UFMG, Brazil; S. K. Ha, Hanyang University, South Korea
Reserve Paper 3.1.R NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF INFLUENCE OF INITIAL DAMAGES ON STRENGTH PARAMETERS OF CFRP
E. Dubovikov¹, V. Fomin¹, D. Fomin¹, V. Notkin¹, N. Perchits¹, G. Vodovozov¹; ¹Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (TsAGI), Russia
4.1Aerodynamic Optimization
Chair(s): Hoeijmakers, H., Conde de Resende, O.
Track 4
03.1 - Aerodynamics - CFD Methods and Validation
13. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 4.1.1 PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT OF A COMPOUND HELICOPTER ROTOR HEAD BY AERODYNAMIC SHAPE OPTIMIZATION
P. Pölzlbauer¹, D. Desvigne, Airbus Helicopters, France; C. Breitsamter¹; ¹Technical University of Munich, Germany
13. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 4.1.2 A RAPID AERODYNAMIC PREDICTION METHOD FOR UNCONVENTIONAL TRANSONIC AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATIONS
S. A. Prince¹, D. Di Pasquale¹, K. P. Garry¹, C. Nuzzo, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; ¹Cranfield University, United Kingdom
13. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 4.1.3 AERODYNAMIC DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF AN INNOVATIVE REGIONAL TURBOPROP CONFIGURATION
F. Nicolosi¹, S. Corcione¹, P. Della Vecchia¹, V. Trifari¹, M. Ruocco¹; ¹University of Study of Naples Federico II, Italy
13. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 4.1.4 EVALUATION OF DELTA WING EFFECTS ON THE STEALTH-AERODYNAMIC FEATURES FOR NON-CONVENTIONAL FIGHTER AIRCRAFT
A Abdalla¹, F Catalano¹; ¹EESC-USP, Brazil
13. Sep 18 12:00 12:30 4.1.5 DESIGN SPACE EXPLORATION AND FLOW CONTROL FOR A TRANSONIC WING DRAG REDUCTION
Y UTAMA, INSTITUT TEKNOLOGI BANDUNG, Indonesia
Reserve Paper 4.1.R AERODYNAMICS OPTIMIZATION DESIGN METHOD AND SHAPE PARAMETERIZATION
Z.Y Wang, The First Aircraft Institute, AVIC, China
5.1Optical Measurement Techniques
Chair(s): Klein, C.
Track 5
03.2 - Experimental Aerodynamics
13. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 5.1.1 FLOW UNSTEADINESS RESEARCHES ON THE BLUNT FIN-INDUCED SHOCK/BOUNDARY LAYER INTERACTIONS
W.H.-R. Ruan, China; X.J.-Z. Zhao, China; X.J.-X. Xiang, China; Q.-S. Shen, China
13. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 5.1.2 INVESTIGATION OF THE SHOCK WAVE/BOUNDARY LAYER INTERACTION PATTERN AT TRANSONIC SPEEDS
M.A. Brutyan, TsAGI, Russia
13. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 5.1.3 PARTICLE IMAGE SURFACE FLOW VISUALIZATION AND SKIN-FRICTION MEASUREMENT
V. E. Mosharov¹, V. N. Radchenko¹, N. S. Tsipilev¹; ¹TsAGI, Russia
13. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 5.1.4 RELEASE OF DYNAMICALLY SCALED OBJECTS FROM A HELICOPTER WIND TUNNEL MODEL
K.H. Lammers, NLR, Netherlands; I. Philipsen, DNW, Netherlands; M.H. Ryu, KAI, South Korea
13. Sep 18 12:00 12:30 5.1.5 INVESTIGATION OF BDUNDARY LAYER TRANSITION MEASUREMENT IN SUBSONIC WIND TUNNEL USING TSP
Jingbo Yu¹, lianfeng Wei¹, xingju Xiang¹, hongwei Wang¹, zhan Huang¹; ¹China Academy of Aerospace Aerodynamics, China
6.1Student Final
Chair(s): Rein Weston, K.
Track 6
15 - Guest lectures
7.1High Speed Aerodynamics
Chair(s): Gubanov, A.
Track 7
03.4 - Applied Aerodynamics
13. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 7.1.1 ENGINE EXHAUST NOZZLE PLUME EFFECTS ON THE SONIC BOOM FOR A TYPE OF HYPERSONIC LONG-RANGE CIVIL VEHICLE
Zhansen Qian¹, Yan Leng¹, Zhongchen Liu¹; ¹AVIC Aerodynamics Research Institute, China
13. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 7.1.2 PRELIMINARY STUDY OF THE AERODYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF KRUEGER FLAP ON THE SST CONFIGURATION
Dongyoun Kwak, JAXA, Japan; Keisuke Ohira, Ryoyu Systems, Japan
13. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 7.1.3 AERODYNAMICS CAUSED BY ATTITUDE RATES OF A SUPERSONIC FLIGHT EXPERIMENT VEHICLE WITH A CRANCKED-ARROW MAIN WING
K. Mizobata, National University Corporation Muroran Institute of Technology, Japan
13. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 7.1.4 HIGH SPEED DRAG REDUCTION OPTIMIZATION FOR PROJECTILES
T. Wan, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Tamkang University, Taiwan
13. Sep 18 12:00 12:30 7.1.5 ADVANCED SONIC BOOM ANALYSIS USING FULL-FIELD SIMULATION
R. Yamashita, The University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
8.1Aeroelasticity 2 : Controls
Chair(s): Breitsamter, C.
Track 8
04.2 - Structural Analysis and Design, Structural Dynamics, Aeroelasticity
13. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 8.1.1 DESIGN OF A RECEPTANCE-BASED ACTIVE AEROELASTIC CONTROLLER IN THE PRESENCE OF PARAMETRIC UNCERTAINTIES
S. Fichera¹, T.A.M. Guimaraes, Federal University of Uberlandia, Brazil; S. Jiffri, Swansea University, United Kingdom; D.A. Rade, Technological Institute of Aeronautics, Brazil; J.E. Mottershead¹; ¹University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
13. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 8.1.2 INCREASED FLUTTER VELOCITY WITH USE OF A PASSIVE CONTROL SYSTEM
F. I. Carvalho¹, ROBERTO G SILVA¹; ¹ITA, Brazil
13. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 8.1.3 AEROELASTIC MODELING AND VIBRATION ATTENUATION OF HELICOPTER ROTOR BLADES
C.P. Pagani, São Paulo State University, Campus of São João da Boa Vista., Brazil
13. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 8.1.4 EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF AEROELASTIC RESPONSE OF A FLEXIBLE HIGH ASPECT RATIO WING WITH PASSIVE SMA ACTUATORS
R. N. C Duarte, Universidade Federal de Campina Grande, Brazil; R. G. A Silva, Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica, Brazil
13. Sep 18 12:00 12:30 8.1.5 EFFECTS OF NONLINEAR ENERGY SINK ON THE AEROELASTIC BEHAVIOR OF AN ELECTROMECHANICALLY COUPLED TYPICAL SECTION
G. M. Otsubo¹, T. M. P. Silva¹, D. D'Assunção¹, C. De Marqui Jr.¹; ¹EESC-USP, Brazil
9.1Compressor Aerodynamics
Chair(s): Pankov, S., Girgis, S.
Track 9
05 - Propulsion
13. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 9.1.1 MATCHING BETWEEN METAMODEL AND OPTIMIZATION TOOL APPLIED IN A MULTISTAGE AXIAL-FLOW COMPRESSOR AIMING DESIGN IMPROVEMENT
Vinicius Monteiro¹, Iha Koshun¹, Osmar Silva¹, Thiago Ebel, Concepts Nrec, United States; ¹ITA, Brazil
13. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 9.1.2 NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDY THE EFFECT OF CIRCUMFERENTIAL GROOVES ON HPC LAST STAGE PERFORMANCE
V.I. MILESHIN, Central Institute of Aviation Motors, Russia
13. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 9.1.3 ADAPTIVE GTE SURGE PROTECTION SYSTEM WITH SELECTIVE CONTROL OF THE ACTUATORS
L.G. Bliznyukov¹, M.G. Kesselman¹, V.I. Chernyshov¹, S.A. Smetanin¹; ¹Central Institute of Aviation Motors, Russia
13. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 9.1.4 AXIAL AND CENTRIFUGAL HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSORS FOR PROSPECTIVE ENGINES
A. Startsev, CIAM, Russia
10.1Flight Control 2
Chair(s): Vian, J.
Track 10
06.1 - Flight Dynamics and Control (Control & Modelling)
13. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 10.1.1 QUASI-LPV MODELING AND PARAMETER-DEPENDENT OPTIMAL CONTROL OF MORPHING WING AIRCRAFT
J Lee¹, Y Kim¹; ¹Seoul National University, South Korea
13. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 10.1.2 AERODYNAMIC ANALYSIS AND CONTROL ALLOCATION FOR ASYMMETRIC VARIABLE SWEEP AIRCRAFT WITH FLEXIBLE TRAILING EDGE
H Ma¹, B.F Song¹, Y Pei¹, Z.W Chen¹; ¹School of Aeronautics, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
13. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 10.1.3 EFFECTS OF TAILORED CONTROL SURFACE COMPLIANCE ON AIRCRAFT STABILITY AND CONTROL
Petter Krus, Linköping university, Sweden
13. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 10.1.4 USE OF DISSIMILAR SENSOR DATA IN FLIGHT CONTROL LAWS
D.P.T. Ferreira, EMBRAER, Brazil
13. Sep 18 12:00 12:30 10.1.5 DIGITAL HYDRAULICS IN AEROSPACE APPLICATIONS: SLIDING MODE BEHAVIORS OF QUANTIZED CONTROL AND AN LMI DESIGNING SOLUTION
P. Krus, Linköping University, Sweden; V.J. De Negri, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil
11.1UAS Control 1
Chair(s): Gunlach, J.
Track 11
06.2 - Flight Dynamics and Control (UAV related)
13. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 11.1.1 MULTI-CHANNEL HUMAN-MACHINE INTERACTIVE SYSTEM FOR MULTIPLE UAVS\\\' CONTROL
Peng-cheng Wen¹, Ya-di Zhang¹, Ya-hui Li¹; ¹AVIC Xi'an Aeronautics Computing Technique Research Institute, China
13. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 11.1.2 FLIGHT PERFORMANCE OF STEERABLE CRUCIFORM PARACHUTE SYSTEMS
S. Herrington¹, T. Fields¹, O. Yakimenko, Naval Postgraduate School, United States; ¹University of Missouri-Kansas City, United States
13. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 11.1.3 PID GAIN SCHEDULING FOR CONSISTENT MANEUVERABILITY OF HEXACOPTER UNDER BATTERY VOLTAGE DROP
S. Kim, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea
13. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 11.1.4 A STRATEGY FOR UAV PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT THROUGH ATMOSPHERIC ENERGY EXTRACTION USING MPC TECHNIQUES
G. Pogorzelski, CENIC Engenharia, Brazil; F. J. Silvestre, ITA - Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica, Brazil
13. Sep 18 12:00 12:30 11.1.5 ON WAKE VORTEX SAFETY ANALYSIS AND CONTROL FOR UAV
Vladimir Golubev¹, Petr Kazarin¹, Claudia Moreno¹, William MacKunis¹; ¹ERAU, United States
12.1Operations - ATM (air traffic mamagement)
Chair(s): Peters, M.
Track 12
10 - Safety and Security
13. Sep 18 10:00 10:30 12.1.1 FLIGHT TECHNICAL ERROR EVALUATIONS FOR GBAS NAVIGATION REQUIREMENT DEFINITION
M. Felux, DLR, Germany; J. Lee, KAIST, South Korea; F. Holzapfel, TUM, Germany
13. Sep 18 10:30 11:00 12.1.2 LOAD MONITORING FOR OPERATORS’ LOAD MANAGEMENT
D. Rohacs, HungaroControl - Hungarian Air Navigation Services, Hungary
13. Sep 18 11:00 11:30 12.1.3 THRUST MODELS BASED ON OPERATIONAL FLIGHT DATA USED IN PARAMETER ESTIMATION FOR SAFETY ANALYSES
Phillip Koppitz¹, Jonas Kuerten¹, Florian Holzapfel¹; ¹Technical University of Munich - Flight System Dynamics, Germany
13. Sep 18 11:30 12:00 12.1.4 AIRCRAFT KEY PARTS INTELLIGENT FAULT DIAGNOSIS USING GAUSSIAN DEEP BELIEF NETWORK
H.D. Shao, School of Aeronautics, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
13. Sep 18 12:00 12:30 12.1.5 ADAPTING CAPACITY OF AIR NAVIGATION SERVICE PROVISION IN EUROPE - BETWEEN SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS
Thomas Standfuss, DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany; Frank Fichert, University of Applied Sciences, Germany; Matthias Whittome, DFS, Germany

12:30 - 14:00Lunch

1.2Design History
Chair(s): Melkert, J.
Track 1
01 - Aircraft Design and Integrated Systems
13. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 1.2.1 REPLICA 55 PROJECT: A WOOD SEAPLANE IN THE ERA OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS
E. Cestino¹, G. Frulla¹, V. Sapienza, Aeronautical Consultant, Italy; P. Pinto, 3Data analysis consultant, Italy; F. Rizzi, Replica 55 Project coordinator, Italy; F. Zaramella , BETA CAE Italy, Italy; D. Banfi , CAD Consultant, Italy; ¹Politecnico di Torino, Italy
13. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 1.2.2 THE NUMERICAL HISTORY OF AIRPLANE MANUFACTURING IN XX CENTURY
Yu. V. Kuzmin, TsAGI, Russia
13. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 1.2.3 THE HAWKER SIDDELEY AVIATION HS141. VERTICAL TAKE –OFF AND LANDING RESEARCH PROGRAMME IN THE LATE 1960 EARLY 1970S.
F. Ogilvie, United Kingdom
2.2Structural Health Monitoring 2
Chair(s): Anchieta da Silva, P., Scott, M.
Track 2
11 - Operations and Sustainment
13. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 2.2.1 ADDRESSING TECHNICAL AND REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS TO DEPLOY STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEMS ON COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT
Dennis Roach¹, Tom Rice¹; ¹Sandia National Laboratories, United States
13. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 2.2.2 STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING QUALIFICATION PROCESS AND THE FUTURE OF AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE
R. P. Rulli¹, F. Dotta¹, P. A. da Silva¹, L. C. Vieira¹, A. K. F. Tamba¹, G. O. C. Prado¹, D. Roach², T. Rice²; ¹Embraer S.A., Brazil ;²Sandia National Labs, United States
13. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 2.2.3 STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING WITH AUGMENTED REALITY FOR AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE
G.O.C. Prado¹, P.A. Silva¹, F.M. Simomura¹, K.L.O. Pereira¹; ¹Embraer S.A., Brazil
Reserve Paper 2.2.R CORROSION DETECTION IN AERONAUTICAL STRUCTURES USING LAMB WAVES SYSTEM FOR STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING
A.K. F. Tamba¹, L.C. Vieira¹, F. Dotta¹, R.P. Rulli¹, G.O.C Prado¹, P.A. da Silva¹, R.R. Cunha¹, J.P da Costa¹; ¹Embraer S.A., Brazil
3.2Structural Health Monitoring 1
Chair(s): Ikeda, T.
Track 3
04.1 - Material Issues, Fatigue and Damage Tolerance
13. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 3.2.1 OPTIMIZATION OF THE COEFFICIENT OF PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION IN DAMAGE DETECTION USING GENETIC ALGORITHM
Pouyan K. Motamed¹, Ali Abedian¹, Mostafa Nasiri¹; ¹Sharif University of Technology, Iran
13. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 3.2.2 DEVELOPMENT OF STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING METHODS THROUGH THE ANALYSIS OF KINETICS OF LOCAL STRESS-STRAIN STATE
A. A. Bautin¹, Yu. A. Svirskiy¹; ¹TsAGI, Russia
13. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 3.2.3 DETECTION OF HIDDEN FATIGUE CRACKS IN RIVETED LAP JOINTS USING WAVELET TRANSFORM AND NEURAL NETWORKS
A.Abedian abedian, sharif university of technology, Iran
Reserve Paper 3.2.R DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS FOR DETERMINING CRACK RESISTANCE PARAMETERS FOR STATIC AND FATIGUE LOADING FOR POLYMER COMPOSITE
V.L. Tokar¹, Yu.V. Koroleva¹, Yu.A. Svirsky¹; ¹TsAGI, Russia
4.2RANS Models
Chair(s): Antunes, A., Viviani, A.
Track 4
03.1 - Aerodynamics - CFD Methods and Validation
13. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 4.2.1 MULTIPHASE TURBULENCE MODELS FOR SCRAMJETS AND ABLATING WALLS
K.E.Son Son, Russia
13. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 4.2.2 2D-RANS APPROACH TO STUDY A TURBULENT SEPARATED FLOW USING BSL EARSM MODEL
M.D.Q. De Queiroz, Pontificia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, Brazil
13. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 4.2.3 NUMERICAL COMPARISON OF STEADY DISTURBANCES IN THE WAKE OF PERIODIC BLOW-SUCTION AND ROUGHNESS ELEMENTS
P. V. Chuvakhov¹, S. V. Alexandrov¹, E. A. Alexandrova, Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (TsAGI), Russia; ¹Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT), Russia
Reserve Paper 4.2.R NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF FLOW STRUCTURE OF DIFFERENTIAL EJECTOR
Zhang HaiYang¹, Yu YongSheng¹, Chen Qin¹; ¹China Aerodynamics Research and Development Centre, China
Reserve Paper 4.2.R DEVELOPMENT OF NONLINEAR INSTABILITY IN SUPERSONIC 3D FLOW NEAR A PLATE
I.I. Lipatov, TsAGI, Russia
5.2Modeling and Simulation in Manufacturing
Chair(s): Zhang, H.
Track 5
08 - Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management
13. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 5.2.1 ENABLING THE DIGITAL FACTORY THROUGH THE INTEGRATION OF DATA-DRIVEN AND SIMULATION MODELS
O Pinon Fischer, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
13. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 5.2.2 ON-DEMAND SMALL UAS ARCHITECTURE SELECTION AND RAPID MANUFACTURING USING A MODEL-BASED SYSTEMS ENGINEERING APPROACH
C. Y. JUSTIN¹, A. RAMAMURTHY¹, N. BEALS², E. SPERO², D. N. MAVRIS¹; ¹GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, United States ;²U.S. ARMY RESEARCH LABORATORY, United States
6.2High Speed Transition
Chair(s): Atkin, C.
Track 6
03.3 - Basic Fluid Dynamics and Flow Control
13. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 6.2.1 THEORETICAL STUDY OF RECEPTIVITY OF HIGH-SPEED BOUNDARY LAYER TO THREE DIMENSIONAL SURFACE VIBRATION
Youcheng Xi¹, Song Fu¹; ¹Tsinghua University, China
13. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 6.2.2 DIRECT NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF MACH WAVE INFLUENCE ON LAMINAR-TURBULENT TRANSITION IN SUPERSONIC FLOW OVER A FLAT PLATE
Ivan V. Egorov, TsAGI, Russia
13. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 6.2.3 ENTROPY LAYER EFFECT ON ROUGHNESS-INDUCED LAMINAR-TURBULENT TRANSITION IN SUPERSONIC FLAT PLATE FLOW
P. V. Chuvakhov, Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (TsAGI), Russia
Reserve Paper 6.2.R EFFECT OF CONTROLLED PERIODIC ROUGHNESS ON GOERTLER VORTICES IN HYPERSONIC COMPRESSION RAMP FLOW
P. V. Chuvakhov¹, V. N. Radchenko¹, E. A. Alexandrova¹, V. Ya. Borovoy¹; ¹Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (TsAGI), Russia
7.2New Structural Design 3: Material and Micro Structures
Chair(s): Zanardi, H.
Track 7
04.2 - Structural Analysis and Design, Structural Dynamics, Aeroelasticity
13. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 7.2.1 METHOD FOR FLEXIBLE SKELETON COMPOSED OF THE TYPE OF INCIRCLE ELEMENT BASED ON EQUAL DISPLACEMENTAND ITS APPLICATION
Y.-C. DENG, SADRI, China
13. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 7.2.2 DEVELOPMENT OF STRUCTURE ELEMENTS BASED ON ARCHITECTURED MATERIALS FOR PERSPECTIVE CIVIL AIRCRAFTS
I. Kondakov¹, I. Mareskin¹, Y. Mirgorodsky¹, D. Vedernikov¹; ¹Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (TsAGI), Russia
13. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 7.2.3 PREDICTIONOF THE CRACK PATTERN IN DUCTILE MATERIALS SUBJECT TO MECHANICAL LOADING USINGLATTICE MODELS
H Zanardi, Brazil
8.2Structural Optimization
Chair(s): Fredriksson, B.
Track 8
04.2 - Structural Analysis and Design, Structural Dynamics, Aeroelasticity
13. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 8.2.1 PROBABILISTIC METHOD OF DETERMINATION OF ALLOWABLE DESIGN PARAMETER SCATTERS ON FLUTTER AND STRENGTH CRITERIA
V.V. Chedrik, Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute, Russia
13. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 8.2.2 STRESS-BASED TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION WITH USING GLOBAL-LOCAL APPROACH
V.V. Chedrik¹, S.A, Tuktarov¹; ¹Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute, Russia
13. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 8.2.3 OPTIMIZATION OF SCARF JOINT ANGEL AND OVERPLY DOUBLER USING GENETIC ALGORITHM CONSIDERING ADHESIVE MATERIAL NONLINEARITY
A. Abedian, Aerospace Eng Dept, Sharif Uni of Tech, Iran
9.2ISABE
Chair(s): ,
Track 9
10.2Flight Testing
Chair(s): Naruoka, M.
Track 10
06.1 - Flight Dynamics and Control (Control & Modelling)
13. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 10.2.1 WIND TUNNEL VIRTUAL FLIGHT TEST FOR A TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT WITH SIMULATED ICE SHAPE
GUO Linliang¹, ZHU Minghong¹, GUAN Jian¹, NIE Bowen¹; ¹China Aerodynamics Research and Development Centre, China
13. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 10.2.2 DEVELOPMENT OF A GENERIC FLIGHT TEST MANEUVER INJECTION MODULE
Christoph Krause¹, Christoph Göttlicher¹, Florian Holzapfel¹; ¹Institute of Flight System Dynamics, Germany
13. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 10.2.3 CHARACTERISTIC HELICOPTER FLIGHT MECHANICS AND MOTION CUEING INTEGRATION INTO THE SIVOR ROBOTIC FLIGHT SIMULATOR
D.F. Hidalgo, Universidad pontificia bolivariana, Colombia; G.B. Rodamilans¹, W.R. de Oliveira¹; ¹CCM-Instituto Tecnologico de Aeronautica, Brazil
Reserve Paper 10.2.R KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING BASED FLIGHT TEST TECHNOLOGY FOR CIVIL AIRCRAFT AIRWORTHINESS CONFORMITY
LI ZHAOHUI¹, LI GANG¹; ¹Chinese Flight Test Establishment, China
11.2UAS Control 2
Chair(s): Bidinotto, J.
Track 11
06.2 - Flight Dynamics and Control (UAV related)
13. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 11.2.1 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF METHODS USED TO ACTIVE CONTROL OF MICRO AERIAL VEHICLE
K.-S Sibilski, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
13. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 11.2.2 ROBUST TRAJECTORY OPTIMIZATION OF VTOL TRANSITION MANEUVER USING BI-LEVEL OPTIMAL CONTROL
P. Piprek¹, F. Holzapfel¹; ¹Technical University of Munich, Germany
13. Sep 18 15:00 15:30 11.2.3 FIXED-WING UAV ROBUST GUIDANCE STRATEGY BASED ON COMPOUND FLIGHT MISSION OF ON-GROUND TARGETS
J. L. Gomes Olavo¹, L. A. Borges Tôrres¹, T. Argolo Jesus, CEFET/MG, Brazil; ¹UFMG, Brazil
Reserve Paper 11.2.R MODELING, CONTROL AND HARDWARE-IN-THE-LOOP SIMULATION OF A GENERIC TILTING MULTI-ROTOR
F. M. M. Marques¹, I. O. Tarifa¹, R. M. F. Neto¹, L. Sanches¹; ¹Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, Brazil
12.2Air Turbulence
Chair(s): Heinzinger, O.
Track 12
10 - Safety and Security
13. Sep 18 14:00 14:30 12.2.1 DEVELOPMENT AND FLIGHT DEMONSTRATION OF A NEW LIDAR-BASED ONBOARD TURBULENCE INFORMATION SYSTEM
N. M. Matayoshi, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan
13. Sep 18 14:30 15:00 12.2.2 HAZARDOUS MITIGATION FOR TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT IN SEVERE ATMOSPHERIC TURBULENCE BASED ON IMPROVED CONTROL STRATEGY
C. Chang, College of General Aviation, Wenzhou University, China

15:30 - 16:00Break

0.2von Karman Lecture - International Committee on Aeronautical Fatigue and Structural Integrity (ICAF) – Achievements, Activities, and Future Challenges, Anders Blom, David Simpson, Carlos Chaves, Marcel Bos
Chair: Shinji Suzuki Chair ICAS Programme Committee
13. Sep 18 16:00 17:00

17:00 - 17:30Closing Ceremony