Preliminary CDF assessment of an innovative propelled wing with enhanced performances by coanda effect

TRANCOSSI, Michele and MAHASHI, Subash (2017). Preliminary CDF assessment of an innovative propelled wing with enhanced performances by coanda effect. In: RAM, Mangey and DAVIM, Paulo J, (eds.) Modeling and Simulation in Industrial Engineering. Management and Industrial Engineering (9). Cham, Switzerland, Springer, 115-130.

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This chapter has presented a new propelled wing concept with a breakthrough potential in terms of lift generation, much higher than any other wing concept ever designed before. This concept could be intended to be the basis of new aircraft with a huge potential in terms of lift even at low speed which can emulate many of the operation of the helicopters with major energy benefits. In particular, it appears evident that the presented concept has a huge potential of future application into the aeronautic domain because of the realization of three simultaneous effects: Depression at the leading edge of the wing that reduces the drag, Coanda effect and related supercirculation effects caused by the high-speed jet that generates a huge increase in terms of lift. The novel design of the wing as shown in Fig. 7 shows a promising candidate for the new design of the aircraft and shows good simulation with CFD. However, it will require further validation through 3D CFD study and experiments, which are on the way to be performed.

Item Type: Book Section
Additional Information: Book series ISSN: 2365-0532
Uncontrolled Keywords: Wing, propelled wing, mophing wing, cfd, Coanda effect, model
Research Institute, Centre or Group - Does NOT include content added after October 2018: Materials and Engineering Research Institute > Engineering Research
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Page Range: 115-130
Depositing User: Michele Trancossi
Date Deposited: 14 Dec 2017 16:14
Last Modified: 18 Mar 2021 17:00

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