Technical Engineering Webinar - 10 August 2022

Technical Engineering Webinar - 10 August 2022

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CFD Simulations of Supersonic Intake Ducts

About this event

This webinar focuses on conducting a computational fluid dynamic simulation to understand the complex flow physics in the intake of a supersonic aircraft engine. The main objective of this webinar is to demonstrate how computational methods can be used to understand flow patterns within problems that are difficult to simulate experimentally.

Supersonic inlet aerodynamics involves complex flow phenomena such as flow compression, flow deceleration, shock waves, turbulent boundary layers, shock / boundary layer interactions, separated flow, flow control, etc. Developing an experimental set up to accurately visualize these process is a challenging task. With computational tools, it is relatively easy to simulate the same flow phenomena on a computer. Once a computational setup is created to replicate established data, the same setup can be used to understand the flow field on a different geometry. This set-up can be further used to conduct parametric studies to compare the efficiency of various designs in maximizing total pressure recovery, limiting total pressure distortion, and limit inlet drag of an intake.

In the webinar, we will generate a geometry in Ansys Spaceclaim and generate a structured mesh using blocking technology. The mesh will be solved in Ansys Fluent to capture relevant flow phenomena.

Key takeaways from this webinar:

  • Usefulness of simulation in solving problems difficult to reproduce experimentally.
  • Visualization of complex flow patterns in a supersonic intake duct.
  • Usefulness of Ansys CFD workflow to simulate complex fluid dynamic flow fields.

Presenter: Mr Vijay Kumar Veera

Vijay Kumar Veera is a qualified Aerospace Engineer with over 11 years of experience in using CFD methodologies to simulate industrial and academic problems. He has obtained an M.Phil degree in Engineering from Cambridge University in UK and has M.Tech and B.Tech degrees from Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay and Madras respectively. His expertise is in capturing Fluid flow phenomena using computational methods. He has worked with major organizations in Australia and UK with Red Bull F1, Mercedes F1, Boeing, Airbus, Thales, DSTO, Fisher & Paykel some of the notable clients.

In his current role as a Unit lecturer and Course Coordinator at EIT, he has been instrumental in developing lecture materials for teaching Advanced fluid dynamics and Aerodynamics units for students pursuing Master of Mechanical Engineering. His passion is in teaching computational fluid dynamic techniques for solving real world problems, which are becoming highly popular with professional engineers wanting to advance their careers to the next level. He is a passionate educator and an advocate for using real world examples in the classroom. the ESAA. He has conducted research, provided industrial consultancy, published over six hundred publications on his area of expertise, and written over 29 books in the area. More than 49 higher degree research students have graduated under his supervision, and he is an external examiner of many external doctoral students in Australia and overseas. He provides consultancy for major electrical utilities, manufacturers, and other industry bodies in his field of expertise. Professor Kalam is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Victoria (PEV), Fellow of EA, IET, AIE, a l if e S e n i or M ember of IEEE, NER, APEC Engineer, IntPE (Aus) and a member of CIGRE AP B5 Study Committee.

Join us to learn more at this must-attend event for engineering professionals and aspiring engineers alike.

Reserve your spot at this free webinar today!

  • The webinar will be recorded and will be sent out to registered attendees afterwards.
  • A certificate of attendance will be provided to attendees who request one near the end of the live webinar session.

Please note: the time stated on this event is in Australian Western Standard Time (AWST). You will need to convert this to your own time zone.

CRICOS Provider Number: 03567C | Higher Education Provider Number: 14008 | RTO Provider Number: 51971

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