A 3D mesh deformation technique for irregular in-flight ice accretion shapes

Andrew Pendenza, Wagdi G. Habashi, Marco Fossati

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Abstract

A three-dimensional mesh deformation scheme, based on frame analogy, is proposed in order to handle the large and irregular grid displacements typical of extended in-flight icing. The goal is to provide an approach that is robust enough to delay re-meshing or avoid it completely. The methodology is validated first in the case of large deformations typical of fluid-structure interaction problems, and is then assessed in aero-icing cases for its ability to preserve a good geometrical quality of the elements, especially at the fluid-solid interface.

LanguageEnglish
Title of host publication44th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Externally publishedYes
Event44th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference 2014 - Atlanta, GA, United States
Duration: 16 Jun 201420 Jun 2014

Conference

Conference44th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference 2014
CountryUnited States
CityAtlanta, GA
Period16/06/1420/06/14

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Ice
Fluid structure interaction
Fluids

Keywords

  • 3D mesh deformations
  • fluid-solid interfaces
  • fluid-structure interaction problem

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Pendenza, Andrew ; Habashi, Wagdi G. ; Fossati, Marco. / A 3D mesh deformation technique for irregular in-flight ice accretion shapes. 44th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference. 2014.
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Pendenza, A, Habashi, WG & Fossati, M 2014, A 3D mesh deformation technique for irregular in-flight ice accretion shapes. in 44th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference. 44th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference 2014, Atlanta, GA, United States, 16/06/14. https://doi.org/10.2514/6.2014-3072

A 3D mesh deformation technique for irregular in-flight ice accretion shapes. / Pendenza, Andrew; Habashi, Wagdi G.; Fossati, Marco.

44th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference. 2014.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution book

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