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7th International Conference on Aerodynamics, Fluid Dynamics and Aerospace Engineering, will be organized around the theme “Evolution and Innovation Continues - The Next 150 Years of Conceptualization in Aerodynamics”
Aerodynamics 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Aerodynamics 2018
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- Track 1-1Aero-acoustics
- Track 1-2Design and Modelling of Aircraft and Helicopter Engines
- Track 1-3Supersonic,Transonic and Subsonic Aerodynamics
- Track 1-4Rocket Aerodynamics
- Track 1-5Race car design and optimisation
- Track 1-6Parachute Design
- Track 1-7Wind energy and design
- Track 1-8Automotive Aerodynamics
An airship or aircraft is a type of aerostat or lighter-than-air aircraft which can circumnavigate through the air under its own power. It includes remotely organized airship design, Bio inspired and bio-mimetic micro flyers, Electric aircraft concept for unmanned air vehicles and armed flight, Remotely organized airship design and Design and modeling of solar-powered aircrafts.
- Track 2-1Remotely controlled airship design
- Track 2-2Bio inspired and bio-mimetic micro flyers
- Track 2-3Trajectory optimization for stratospheric airship
- Track 2-4Electric aircraft concept for unmanned air vehicles and military aviation
- Track 2-5Design and modelling of solar-powered aircrafts
- Track 2-6Hydrogen powered aircrafts- future technology
- Track 2-7Thermal Protection System
This session of Aerospace Engineering is concerned with the design, development, testing, and production of aircraft and spacecraft. Aerospace activity is very diverse, with a multitude of commercial, industrial and military applications. The Field Aerospace Engineering will address to the need of clean technologies that involve carbon capture and storage, investment in renewable sources of energy, alternative fuels .
- Track 3-1Aeronautical engineering
- Track 3-2Aviation
- Track 3-3Astronautical engineering
- Track 3-4Aeroelasticity
- Track 3-5Aerospace Materials
- Track 3-6Electrotechnology
Aerospace System Design and Simulation involves the study of methods and techniques necessary for the design of aerospace systems and their components. Aerospace systems research focuses on designing and analyzing complex systems, using a combination of theoretical, computational, and experimental techniques.The areas featuring the session includes aerodynamics, propulsion, optimization, controls, simulation, network theory, and data-driven modeling.
- Track 4-1Aircraft Structure
- Track 4-2Aircraft and wind turbine icing
- Track 4-3Aviations emission mitigation policies
- Track 4-4Engine integration of light sport aircraft
- Track 4-5Artificial intelligence in aircraft design
- Track 4-6Advanced flow diagnostics and instrumentation
Fluid Mechanics deals with the mechanical properties of gasses and fluids. The various intrinsic properties of Fluid Mechanics the matter like compressibility, viscosity and density decides the flow characteristics, example:- air flowing across the aeroplane wing, liquid flowing through pipe etc. thus the study of the subject provides us the better design, predictability, efficiency, and control of systems that involve fluids.
- Track 5-1Fluid Kinematics
- Track 5-2Biofluid mechanics
- Track 5-3Hydraulics
- Track 5-4Computational fluid dynamics
- Track 5-5Navier-strokes fluid connective flow
- Track 5-6Orbit designs for remote sensing satellites
Computational Fluid dynamics focuses on the theory, research, numerical analysis and data structures to solve and analyze problems that involve fluid flows as well as how the gas or liquid affects objects as it flows past. Computational fluid dynamics is based on the Navier-Stokes equations. CFD is used to predict the drag, lift, noise, structural and thermal loads, combustion, etc., performance in aircraft systems and subsystems.
Computational Fluid dynamics CFD is frequently used to study how fluids behave in complex scenarios, such a boundary layer transition, turbulence and sound generation, with applications throughout and beyond aerospace engineering.
- Track 6-1CFD-modelling
- Track 6-2Two-phase flow
- Track 6-3Hybrid multizonal
- Track 6-4Discretization methods
- Track 6-5CFD-modelling of free interfaces
- Track 6-6Compressibility and shock waves
- Track 6-7Coupling numerical computational
- Track 6-8Three methods of CFD calculations for a turbine last stage – exhaust hood designing
- Track 7-1Astrodynamics
- Track 7-2Spacecraft design
- Track 7-3Atmospheric entry
- Track 7-4Spacecraft propulsion
Aircraft stability and control characterizes the motion of a flight vehicle in the atmosphere. In stability and control the short- and intermediate-time response of the attitude and velocity of the vehicle is considered. Stability considers the response of the vehicle to perturbations in flight conditions from some dynamic equilibrium, while control considers the response of the vehicle to control inputs.
- Track 8-1Static analysis
- Track 8-2Aircraft dynamics
- Track 8-3Dynamic Analysis
- Track 8-4Control of Aircraft Motions
Space Flight Mechanics focuses on both the theoretical and Practical aspects with its applications to development of spacecraft, instruments and software, testing and validation of space systems, space situational awareness, space science and technology mission design, orbital infrastructure to support human exploration, and planetary defense.
This field includes research that establishes new theoretical results, defines new computational algorithms, performs unique analysis and experiments, and creates technology that changes engineering practice. Advancements from this research are applied to airplanes, rotorcraft, launch vehicles, satellites, space probes, missiles, projectiles, parachutes, Para foils, the air transportation system, and others.
- Track 9-1Satellite Tracking
- Track 9-2Orbital Maneuvers
- Track 9-3Flight controls
- Track 9-4Trajectory analysis
- Track 9-5Stability and control
Flight Vehicle Navigation is concerned with navigation, which includes the process of planning, recording, and controlling the movement of a craft from one place to another. The techniques used for navigation in the air will depend on whether the aircraft is flying under visual flight rules (VFR) or instrument flight rules (IFR).
- Track 10-1GPS-based relative navigation of satellites
- Track 10-2Unified aircraft and underwater steering
- Track 10-3Steering of land vehicles in battle field
- Track 10-4Satellite based and ground based air navigation
- Track 10-5Steering and smash avoidance for unmanned inflight vehicle
Aero-acoustics focuses on computational aero- acoustics, using theory to guide and interpret the simulations. Aeroacoustics is centrally concerned with the generation and propagation of sound through a fluid. The prefix aero implies air, but one can also include sound in other fluids, such as water (also called hydroacoustics). Research field of aero-acoustics is primarily concerned with the generation, propagation, and minimization of sound produced by engineering and biological systems.
- Track 11-1Aerodynamic sound mitigation
- Track 11-2Thermoacoustics
- Track 11-3Acoustic-vortical waves
- Track 11-4Aero-acoustic analogies
- Track 11-5Doppler effect
- Track 11-6Computational Aeroacoustics
- Track 11-7Thermal Expansion and Thermal Stresses
Avionics is a field concerned with all electrical equipment used in missiles, aircraft and spacecraft. Avionics deals with components the pilot directly uses, such as weather, navigation, radar, and radio communication equipment. In addition, avionics also encompasses of other electronic systems not directly used by the pilot like the ones for control and monitoring of flight and engine performance.
- Track 12-1Navigation Systems
- Track 12-2Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
- Track 12-3Avionics Systems Integration
- Track 12-4Autopilots and flight management system
- Track 13-1Aeronautical physics
- Track 13-2ATC (Air Traffic Control)
- Track 13-3Aircraft structures
- Track 13-4Airfoil Technology
Heat Transfer focuses on the exchange of thermal energy between the two physical bodies is called study of Heat Transfer, the rate of transferred heat is directly proportional to the temperature difference between the bodies. The three modes of heat transfer are Conduction, Convection and Radiation. Some of the research topics are heat transfer on the internal and external of the missiles, heat fluctuations in the pipe, heat transfer in the Automotive and Aircraft domain.Heat Transfer plays a major role in designing aerospace vehicles since high heat generation occurs during its operation.
- Track 14-1Heat transfer in multiphase systems
- Track 14-2Nuclear energy
- Track 14-3Heat transfer in electronic equipment
- Track 14-4Heat transfer in fire and combustion
- Track 14-5Transport phenomena in materials processing and manufacturing
The division of science concerned with forces acting on or exerted by fluids (especially liquids). It is also physics having to do with the motion and action of water and other liquids; dynamics of liquids which is simply concerned with the mechanical properties of fluids. It is the sub discipline of fluid dynamics that deals with liquids, including hydrostatics and hydrokinetics. It is a scientific study of the motion of fluids, especially non-compressible liquids, under the influence of internal and external forces.
- Track 15-1hydroelasticity
- Track 15-2Dynamic systems
- Track 15-3Hydrodynamic stability
- Track 15-4Environmental hydrodynamics
- Track 15-5Hydrodynamics in hydraulic engineering
Unmanned Air Vehicles focused on design, navigation, and industrial applications. UAV is an acronym for Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, which is an aircraft with no pilot on board. UAVs can be remote controlled aircraft (e.g. flown by a pilot at a ground control station) or can fly autonomously based on pre-programmed flight plans or more complex dynamic automation systems.
UAVs are used in a wide variety of applications that include aerial photography, product delivery, search and rescue, wildlife surveys, weather monitoring, agriculture and aerial crop surveys, construction, journalism, law enforcement, military reconnaissance, and visual inspection of infrastructure like bridges, roads, and power lines.
- Track 16-1Communication between Control station and UAV
- Track 16-2Aerodynamics and air frame configurations
- Track 16-3Design for stealth
- Track 16-4Control and Stability of UAV
- Track 16-5Aerodynamics and air frame configurations
Space Systems focused on space guidance, navigation, and control; entry, descent, and landing systems; planetary exploration systems; orbital mechanics; space mission design and optimization; robotics; autonomy. Space systems are vehicles and infrastructure working together to perform a task in the space environment. We depend on space systems every day for communication, navigation and weather prediction services. Current research Organization include NASA, NSF, NIH, DARPA, AFRL, DHS, ARL, DoE and industry.
- Track 17-1Space mission design
- Track 17-2Space propulsion
- Track 17-3Bio-regenerative life support systems
Turbomachinery research focuses on designed and developed for commercial, industrial, military, and aerospace applications. Examples of turbomachines for aerospace applications include turbinedriven electrical and hydraulic power systems, turbopumps for propellant transfer and pressure boosting, and turbo-machinery for long duration space power systems where the raw energy is derived from the sun or man-made nuclear devices.
Turbomachines include pumps, compressors, fans and blowers,thermo-fluid dynamics, steam turbines, hydraulic turbines and wind turbines for prime movers. Other applications include turbines for generating shaft power.
- Track 18-1Centrifugal pump
- Track 18-2Turbomachinery flows
- Track 18-3High speed turbomachinery
- Track 18-4Particle deposition in turbo-machinery
Propulsion encompasses all aerospace systems generating thrust. Thrust is the force which moves any aircraft through the air. Thrust is generated by the propulsion system of the aircraft. In any propulsion system, a working fluid is accelerated by the system and the reaction to this acceleration produces a force on the system. A general derivation of the thrust equation shows that the amount of thrust generated depends on the mass flow through the engine and the exit velocity of the gas.
Rocket engines and gas turbines, on the other hand, rely on the reactions between fuel and oxidizer molecules (combustion), and the heat it produces to expand the exhaust gases and ultimately generate thrust.
- Track 19-1Nuclear Thermal Rocket Technology
- Track 19-2Non conventional Propulsion Techniques
- Track 19-3Air Breathing Propulsion
- Track 19-4Electric Propulsion
- Track 19-5Hybrid Rockets
Communications Satellite relays and amplifies radio telecommunications signals through a transponder. It creates a communication channel between source transmitter and receiver at different locations on Earth. Wireless Communication utilizes electromagnetic waves to carry signals. The purpose of communications satellites is to relay the signal around the curvature of the Earth allowing communication between widely separated points. To avoid signal interference, International organizations have regulations for which Frequency Bands are allotted to use. This allocation of bands minimizes the risk of signal interference.
Satellites orbit Earth at different heights, speeds and along different paths. The two most common types of orbit are "geostationary" and polar." A Geostationary Satellite travels from west to east over the equator.
- Track 20-1Nanosatellites
- Track 20-2Satellite Broadband
- Track 20-3Fixed Service Satellite
- Track 20-4Direct Broadcast Satellite