2015, XXXIX, 254 p. 179 illus., 143 illus. in color.
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Contains contributions from world-leaders in the field
Presents a wide range of hydrodynamic and aeroacoustic applications, all of them motivated by the aeronautics, naval, automotive and wind-energy harvesting industries
Covers the entire separated flow speed range
This book contains the outcome of the international meeting on instability, control and noise generated by massive flow separation that was organized at the Monash Center, in Prato, Italy, September 4-6, 2013.
The meeting served as the final review of the EU-FP7 Instability and Control of Massively Separated Flows Marie Curie travel grant and was supported by the European Office of Aerospace Research and Development.
Fifty leading specialists from twelve countries reviewed the progress made since the 50s of the last century and discussed modern analysis techniques, advanced experimental flow diagnostics, and recent developments in active flow control techniques from the incompressible to the hypersonic regime.
Applications involving massive flow separation and associated instability and noise generation mechanisms of interest to the aeronautical, naval and automotive industries have been addressed from a theoretical, numerical or experimental point of view, making this book a unique source containing the state-of-the-art in separated flow instability and its control.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Aeroaccoustics - Flow Control - Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics - Global Flow Instability - Massively Separated Flows