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This book contains contributions presented at the Active Flow Control 2006 conference, held September 2006, at the Technische Universität Berlin, Germany. It contains a well balanced combination of theoretical and experimental state-of-the-art results of Active Flow Control. Coverage combines new developments in actuator technology, sensing, robust and optimal open- and closed-loop control and model reduction for control.
|Publisher:||Springer Berlin Heidelberg|
|Series:||Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design , #95|
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2007|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)|
Table of ContentsThe Taming of the Shrew: Why Is It so Difficult to Control Turbulence?.- The Taming of the Shrew: Why Is It so Difficult to Control Turbulence?.- Actuators.- Electromagnetic Control of Separated Flows Using Periodic Excitation with Different Wave Forms.- Pulsed Plasma Actuators for Active Flow Control at MAV Reynolds Numbers.- Experimental and Numerical Investigations of Boundary-Layer Influence Using Plasma-Actuators.- Designing Actuators for Active Separation Control Experiments on High-Lift Configurations.- Closed-Loop Active Flow Control Systems: Actuators.- State Estimation and Feature Extraction.- State Estimation of Transient Flow Fields Using Double Proper Orthogonal Decomposition (DPOD).- A Unified Feature Extraction Architecture.- Air Foils.- Control of Wing Vortices.- Towards Active Control of Leading Edge Stall by Means of Pneumatic Actuators.- Computational Investigation of Separation Control for High-Lift Airfoil Flows.- Steady and Oscillatory Flow Control Tests for Tilt Rotor Aircraft.- Cavities.- Reduced-Order Model-Based Feedback Control of Subsonic Cavity Flows An Experimental Approach.- Supersonic Cavity Response to Open-Loop Forcing.- Bluff Bodies.- Active Drag Control for a Generic Car Model.- Continuous Mode Interpolation for Control-Oriented Models of Fluid Flow.- Turbomachines and Combustors.- Active Management of Entrainment and Streamwise Vortices in an Incompressible Jet.- Active Control to Improve the Aerodynamic Performance and Reduce the Tip Clearance Noise of Axial Turbomachines with Steady Air Injection into the Tip Clearance Gap.- Optimal Flow Control and Numerical Studies.- Drag Minimization of the Cylinder Wake by Trust-Region Proper Orthogonal Decomposition.- Flow Control on the Basis of a Featflow-Matlab Coupling.- On the Choice of the Cost Functional for Optimal Vortex Reduction for Instationary Flows.- Flow Control with Regularized State Constraints.- Closed-Loop Flow Control.- Feedback Control Applied to the Bluff Body Wake.- Active Blade Tone Control in Axial Turbomachines by Flow Induced Secondary Sources in the Blade Tip Regime.- Phase-Shift Control of Combustion Instability Using (Combined) Secondary Fuel Injection and Acoustic Forcing.- Vortex Models for Feedback Stabilization of Wake Flows.