Flow control technology readiness: Aerodynamic versus hydrodynamic

Ronald D. Joslin, Robert Francis Kunz, David R. Stinebring

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Abstract

The paper will review some of the recent successful applications of flow control in air related to the potential transition of these technologies to underwater applications. Most of the early work in flow control focused on steady aerodynamic benefits. More recent technologies have linked unsteady technology development with an understanding of unsteady flow physics. Such time-dependency requires more complex control methodologies and potentially alternate sensory information for control. From the survey, we find that flow control technologies are reaching higher technology readiness levels for aerodynamic applications compared with hydrodynamic applications.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Dec 1 2000
Event18th Applied Aerodynamics Conference 2000 - Denver, CO, United States
Duration: Aug 14 2000Aug 17 2000

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Other18th Applied Aerodynamics Conference 2000
CountryUnited States
CityDenver, CO
Period8/14/008/17/00

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

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    Joslin, R. D., Kunz, R. F., & Stinebring, D. R. (2000). Flow control technology readiness: Aerodynamic versus hydrodynamic. Paper presented at 18th Applied Aerodynamics Conference 2000, Denver, CO, United States.