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The Pulse o2 Aerospace CFD!<br><br> With this, the first IACC, we have designed the event to provide you, the global Aerospace CFD Community, with up-to-date information on the latest technologies being applied to Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and its allied Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) streams within the aerospace, defense, turbomachinery & marine industries all at one convenient international location - Paris. The IACC covers all aspects of CFD, plus a selection of related simulation techniques, and this IACC program offers what we think is an exciting and impressive set of over forty high profile papers from all around the world; authors hail from Canada to Brazil, and America to India. Leading applied CFD experts from the aerospace & defense industry will present in the various sessions we have pulled together from the sub- mitted papers, including five plenary sessions and ten subject areas: aerodynamics; cryogenics; installations; missiles; multiphysics; naval; nozzles; optimization, coupling and automation; preprocessing and visualisation; and, turbomachinery.<br><br> Simulation driven product development has become a key success factor in our highly competitive marketplace, and Computational Fluid Dynamics is a central ele- ment within this process today. The array of presentations you will see over the two days of the IACC should give you both insight and a snapshot of what is possible using the very latest state-of-the-art CFD and related simulation technologies today. Following the acquisition of Fluent by ANSYS in 2006, our vision is to develop the combined organization into one that provides best-in-class CAE tools, integrated in a manner that will allow easy and rapid analysis of your engineering designs.<br><br> Hence, at this IACC our management team will describe our software product development progress and our strategic vision for this industry as we continue to develop our products to meet your existing and emerging needs. The conference will be held at the Congress Centre of La Villette - Cite des Sciences et de l'industries in Paris - in close proximity to the International Paris Air Show at Le Bourget this week. Enjoy the beauty of Paris and benefit from two top experiences, all in the same trip!<br><br> Welcome to Paris! Regards, Ferit Boysan Vice President ANSYS, Inc. Exhibitors Date/Signature Ansys Product offerings Please send me 2urther copies o2 the Con2erence CD (enter quantity): I would like to receive 2urther in2ormation about ANSYS product o22erings Lower Floor 3 Room Louis Armand Plenary Session 8:00 Registration 9:00 Conference Opening and Welcome Ferit Boysan, VP Fluids Business Unit 3 ANSYS, UK Gerard De Neuville, Regional Manager, Southern Europe 3 ANSYS, France 9:15 An Overview of ANSYS and the Aerospace and Defense Industries Brad Hutchinson, VP Global Marketing, Aerospace & Turbomachinery 3 ANSYS, Canada 9:30 ANSYS Usage at BMW ORACLE Racing America's Cup Racing Team Len Imas, CFD modeling and Aero/Hydrodynamics 3 BMW ORACLE Racing, Spain 10:00 Towards a More Integrated Multidisciplinary Turbomachinery Design Process Chris Robinson, Managing Director 3 PCA Engineers, UK 10:30 Pause 11:00 Ice Accretion Prediction on Aerodynamic Bodies Clovis Maliska, Pro$essor o$ Mechanical Engineering 3 Federal University o$ Santa Catarina, Brazil 11:45 Advances in Turbulence Modeling Florian Menter, Development Manager, Scienti$ic Coordination 3 ANSYS, Germany 12:30 Lunch Lower Floor 3 Room Louis ArmandUpper Floor 3 Room AUpper Floor 3 Room B AerodynamicsInstallationsNaval 14:00 Modelling of Helicopter Brownout using Fluent CFD Wayland Chan, Tom Blaylock, Ajay Modha, QinetiQ Ltd., UK Prediction of the Effects of Turbulence on the Dispersion of Liquid Droplets in the Presence of Cluttered Aircraft Engine Nacelles Chaouki Ghenai, Florida Atlantic University, USA Analysis of the Behaviour of a 3600 TEU Container Ship and her Propeller Using ANSYS CFX Jesús Valle, CEHIPAR, Spain Ignacio Trejo, Seaplace, Spain Al2redo Iranzo, Jerónimo Domingo, Analisis-DSC, Spain 14:30 Validation of k-kL- É Model for Low-Reynolds-Number Airfoil David Rival, Kai Aschmoneit, Cam Tropea, Darmstadt University o$ Technology, Germany CFD Analysis of a Fire Extinguishing System for an Aircraft Nacelle Robert Hoover, Honeywell Propulsion Systems Enterprise, USA Ramnath Kandala, Kiran Vunnam, Dhinagaran Ramachandran, Honeywell Technology Solutions Lab, India Hydrodynamic Analysis of Ships Side by Side in Waves Phil Cheetham, Shuangxing Du, Richard May, Stewart Smith, Century Dynamics Ltd., UK 15:00 Numerical Study of Trailing Vortex Formation Using a Reynolds Stress Turbulence Model Michael Krieger, A.<br><br> Mehrle, Johannes Kepler, University Linz, Austria Installation Analysis of a Fuel Cell System Onboard an Aircraft René Langermann, Mathias Ullmann, Peter Vörsmann, EADS Innovation Works, Germany Effect of Fluid Structure Coupling on Hydrofoil Characteristics Antoine Ducoin, François Deniset, Jacques-André Astol2, Ecole Navale, France Jean-François Sigrist, DCN Propulsion, France 15:30 Pause Aerodynamics MultiphysicsNaval 16:00 Polyhedral Grids 3 A Big Step Towards More Accurate Aerodynamics Simulations RaØzvan Mahu, TENSOR SRL, Romania CFD Studies to Enlarge Qualification Field of ESC-A LOX Tank Jérôme Lacapère, Air Liquide, France Detached-Eddy Simulation of Ship Airwakes for Piloted Helicopter Flight Simulation James Forest, Ieuan Owen, Gareth Padfeld, University o$ Liverpool, UK Steve Hodge, BAE Systems, UK 16:30 Optimal Frequency and Force Generation in Plunging Elliptical Airfoil Sanjeev Sanghi, Indian Institute o$ Technology, India Syed F. Anwar, AMU, India Verification and Validation of Aircraft Icing Software Code Chaouki Ghenai, Isam Janajreh, Florida Atlantic University, USA CFD Modeling of Surfboard Hydrodynamics Len Imas, Stevens Institute o$ Technology, USA 17:00 Application of an Effective Description Procedure for Interpreting 3D Flow Fields Past a Helicopter Fuselage Tamás Régert, Tamás Lajos, László Nagy, CFD.HU, Hungary Péter Szegény, Hungarocopter, Hungary Tamás Gausz, Budapest University o$ Technology and Economics, Hungary Wind Analysis for ALMA Astronomical Antenna Antonio Saluzzi, Thales Alenia Space, Italy B. Galletti, So ter System Engineering, Italy Matteo Aroni, ANSYS, Italy The Aerodynamic of the Keel of America 9s Cup Yachts: an Optimization Procedure Giovanni Lombardi, S.<br><br> Vannucci, M. Davini, University o$ Pisa, Italy A. Ciampa, Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Italy 18:30 Animation and Gala Cocktail 21:00 End of 1st day Lower Floor 3 Room Louis Armand Plenary Session 8:30 Registration 9:00 Current Status and Future Directions of CFD Simulation Methods Dipankar Choudhury, Vice President and Chie$ Technologist 3 ANSYS, USA 9:30 Comprehensive Gas Turbine Combustion Modeling Methodology Hukam Mongia, GE Aviation, USA Sundar Krishnaswam and PSVS Sreedhar, EACoE, GE Aviation, India 10:30 Pause Lower Floor 3 Room Louis ArmandUpper Floor 3 Room AUpper Floor 3 Room B Optimization, Coupling & AutomationTurbomachineryMultiphysics 11:00 Automatic Optimisation of Aircraft Ventilation System Components with CFD Thomas Schumacher, Simon Weston, F.<br><br> Campos, Icon, UK Recent CFD Techniques Applied During Turbomachinery Design Graham Cox, PCA Engineers, UK Effect of Flow Pattern Geometry and Operating Conditions in PEM Fuel Cell for Aeronautical Applications Monica Pardo, E. Novillo, CESA, Spain L. Ambit, E.<br><br> Chacón, INTA, Spain 11:30 CFD Analysis and Optimization of Perforated Muzzle Brake Holes Robert A. Carson, US Army 9s Benet Laboratories, USA Optimisation Techniques Applied to the Design of Turbogas Injection Systems F. Turriini, P.<br><br> DiMartino, Avio, Italy L. Bucchieri, M. Galbiati, EnginSo$t, Italy Verification of CFD-based Computation of Thermal Comfort Indices Dietrich Lampe, E.<br><br> Bjerg, Airbus, Germany 12:00 CAD-Embedded Optimization of a Parametric Anti-Icing Piccolo Maximilien Landrain, Noesis Solutions, Belgium David Nolais, ANSYS, France Comparisons of ANSYS CFX URANS Fan System Simulations With Detailed Flow Measurements Stephane Moreau, Manuel Henner, Valeo Motors & Actuators, France CFD Contribution for the European Launcher Development and Qualification Process: Focus on Simulation of Fluid Behaviour in Cryogenic Tanks Benjamin Legrand, Bruno Vieille, CNES, France 12:30 Lunch Optimization, Coupling & AutomationTurbomachineryMissiles 14:00 A Parametric Geometry and Grid Generation Tool for Aircraft Configurations Regis Ataides, R. Silva, N. Spogis, M.<br><br> Reis, ESSS, Brazil G. L. Oliveira, L.<br><br> Santos, EMBRAER, Brazil Optimisation Techniques Applied to the Design of Gas Turbine Blade Cooling Systems L. Bucchieri, L. Brugali, M.<br><br> Galbiati, EnginSo$t, Italy D. Coutandin, S. Zecchi, Aviogroup, Italy Asymmetric Vortex Generation Controlled by a Nose Mounted Micro-flow Effectors at Mach 1.5 Nicolas Hamel, F.<br><br> C. Wong, D. Corriveau, De$ence R&D Canada 3 Valcartier, Canada 14:30 In-Depth Design Understanding in Virtual Product Development Pierre Thie22ry, ANSYS, France Steady Aerodynamics of Low Pressure Turbine Blades with Uncooled Endwall Cavities Al2redo A.<br><br> González, C. Pizarro, R. Vasquez, Industria de Turbo Propulsores, Spain Simultaneous CFD Analysis of the Hot Gas and the Coolant Flow in Effusion Cooled Combustion Chambers Andreas Gernoth, Jörg Riccius, Dirk Greuel, DLR Lampoldshausen, Germany 15:00 Computational Aeroelasticity for Dynamics Assessment: The Alenia Aermacchi M-346 Case Luca Cavagna, G.<br><br> Quaranta, P. Mantegazza, Politecnico di Milano, Italy Danilo Marchetti, G. Varalli, N.<br><br> William, Alenia Aermacchi, Italy Unsteady Aerodynamics of Annular Swirling Shear Layers David Dunham, A. Spencer, J. McGuirk Loughborough University, UK Shroud Separation Study Using the Six-Degree-Of-Freedom Approach for High Mach Numbers Klaus Weinand, Dirk Stern, LFK-Lenkfugkörpersysteme GmbH, Germany Wilke Zeiss, Astrium Space Transportation, Germany Marco Oswald, Stephan Eder, ANSYS, Germany 15:30 Concurrent Aerodynamic/ Electromagnetic Design for a Low Observable Aircraft Giovanni Fumia, Ingegneria Dei Sistemi, Italy G.<br><br> Bulletti, University o$ Pisa, Italy Turbine Blade Analysis Isam Janajreh, Parametric Solutions Inc, USA Chaouki Ghenai, Florida Atlantic University, USA Separation Studies of a Generic Store Released from an Aircraft Wing Pylon Configuration Srinivasa Murthy, Aeronautical Development Establishment, India 16:00 Pause Lower Floor 3 Room Louis Armand 16:30 Panel Session: The Revolutionary Impact of High Performance Computing in Aerospace CFD 18:00 Awards and Conference Closure JUNE 18 IACC 2007 3 PROGRAM * IACC 2007 3 PROGRAM * BIOGRAPHIES OF PLENARY SESSION SPEAKERS *Subject to modification THE PULSE OF AEROSPACE CFD JUNE 19 *Subject to modification Dr. Brad Hutchinson Vice President, Global Marketing, Aerospace & Turbomachinery ANSYS, Inc. Dr.<br><br> Brad Hutchinson leads the Aero- space/Turbomachinery/Marine/ Defense Industry Marketing group at ANSYS Inc. He directs market- ing activities, maintains key client relationships and advises on prod- uct and corporate strategy for this industry segment. Dr.<br><br> Hutchinson received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo in 1986, and is known for his early work in the development of algebraic multigrid solution methods, widely used in ANSYS CFD solvers today. After graduation, he was one of the founders of Advanced Scientific Computing Ltd.<br><br> (ASC), developers of the TASCflow CFD solver. After ASC joined AEA Technology in 1997, and subsequently ANSYS Inc. in 2003, he held a variety of positions including VP Technical Services and VP North American Operations, Fluids Business Unit.<br><br> Over the years Dr. Hutchinson has remained active in the area of CAE for turbomachinery applications. Dr.<br><br> Chris Robinson Managing Director PCA Engineers Limited Dr Chris Robinson is Managing Director of PCA Engineers Limited, an independent consultancy special- ising in the aero-mechanical design of turbomachinery across a broad range of markets including gas turbines, turbochargers, industrial compres- sors and fans for some of the worlds leading OEMs. During 13 years at PCA he has specialised in the aerodynamic design of centrifugal fans and com- pressors. Prior to joining PCA he spent 15 years working in aero-engine axial fan and compressor technology for Rolls-Royce in the UK.<br><br> Dr Robinson was awarded BSc and MEng degrees from Durham University in the UK then a PhD from Cranfield Institute of Technology in 1991 for a thesis on the application of 8end-bends 9 to axial flow compressors. He is a Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society. Dr.<br><br> Len Imas Hydrodynamicist BMW ORACLE Racing This is Len Imas' first AC campaign. His other sailing-related projects include aero-hydro cfd analy- ses of several grand prix off-shore racing yachts, VPP development for ice-boats, and foil designs for plan- ing dinghies. Len is also on the fac- ulty of Ocean Engineering at Davidson Laboratory, Stevens Institute in NJ, US.<br><br> His applied research work over the years has spanned multiple disci- plines including being part of the RP3 sailplane design team; developing free-surface LES models for ship wake simulations; performing first full-scale VIV CFD computations for design analysis; development and evaluation of supercavitating vehicle modeling tools; development of b.l. transition models; CFD modeling of surfboard hydrodynamics, and hydrodynamics of human swimmers. Len.<br><br> received his PhD from the Ocean Engineering Department at MIT in 1998. He also holds M.Eng and BS degrees in Aeronautical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic. Aside from sailing, Len's hobbies include hiking and mountain climbing.<br><br> His hometown is NYC in the US where he resides with his wife, Kati and son, Max. Prof. Clovis R.<br><br> Maliska Professor of Mechanical Engineering SINMEC Clovis R. Maliska is a professor at the Mechanical Engineering Department of the Federal University of Santa Catarina. He is involved with develop- ments and applications of numeri- cal techniques for fluid flow and heat transfer problems.<br><br> His areas of interest range from aerodynam- ics to petroleum reservoir simulation and multiphase flows. He leads the Computational Fluid Dynamics Lab, running several R&D projects with aircraft and oil industries. Dr.<br><br> Maliska received is Ph.D. from the University of Waterloo, Canada, in the area of Computational Fluid Dynamics, and he is the author of the first Brazilian CFD textbook, widely used in Brazil and South America graduate courses in fluid flow simulation. Dr.<br><br> Hukam C. Mongia Manager, Advanced Combustor Engines GE Aviation Hukam C. Mongia, a 1965 graduate of Punjab Engineering College with MS and Ph.D.<br><br> degrees from the University of Massachusetts, Dr. Mongia joined Garrett Engine Company in 1972, where he was promoted in January 1981 to Senior Supervisor, Combustors. He joined Allison Gas Turbines in January 1984 as Chief, Combustors R&D and CFD, and continued making contribu- tion in combustion technology and new products.<br><br> He moved to GE Aircraft Engines in January 1994. As Manager, Advanced Combustor Engineering, Advanced Technology and Preliminary Design Department, Dr. Mongia is responsible for providing leadership in technology, transition of technol- ogy into combustion products, design methodology and modeling.<br><br> He has been involved in the design and development of numerous advanced technology and engine combustors and the formulation and successful application of empirical and analytical design methodology in the combus- tion design process. Dr. Mongia is credited with more than 25 combus- tion patents and 200 publications Dr.<br><br> Dipankar Choudhury Vice President and Chief Technologist ANSYS, Inc. Dr. Dipankar Choudhury is a Vice President at ANSYS Inc.<br><br> and the Chief Technologist of the Fluids Simulation Division of ANSYS Incorporated, formed from the recent business combination of ANSYS and Fluent Inc. In his cur- rent role, Dr. Choudhury is responsi- ble for directing ANSYS Inc.'s require- ments management, R&D and funded development activities for FLUENT, CFX and other leading CFD codes.<br><br> Dr. Choudhury obtained his Ph.D. in the area of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer from the University of Minnesota in 1987.<br><br> After his gradu- ation, Dr. Choudhury held positions in Creare Inc. and Fluent Inc.<br><br> He is a member of the ASME and the AIAA and has CFD related publications in journals, conference proceedings and trade magazines. Dr. Florian Menter Development Manager, Scientific Coordination ANSYS, Inc.<br><br> Dr. Florian Menter studied Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University Clausthal-Zellerfeld in Germany (1980-1985). He performed his diplo- ma work at the von Karman Institute for Fluid Mechanics in Rhode St.<br><br> Genese in Belgium on the formula- tion of numerical methods for the solution of the compressible Euler equations. He then joined the German Research Center on Aeronautics and Astronautics (DLR) in Göttingen, where he worked on the development of CFD methods and physical models. He obtained his doctoral degree from the University Clausthal-Zellerfeld in 1989.<br><br> Dr. Menter spent 5 years at the NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, CA (1990-1995), where he worked on turbulence modeling for aerodynamic flows. One of the main results of his work was the develop- ment of the Shear-Stress Transport (SST) model, which is today in wide- spread use in aeronautics and other industries.<br><br> Since 1995, he works in the German office of ANSYS (and predecessor companies). Among others, he is responsible for the tur- bulence modeling activities in the ANSYS CFD codes. In recent years he has worked on the development of a model for laminar-turbulent transition prediction and on the Scale-Adaptive Simulation (SAS) approach.<br><br>