Turbulent skin-friction drag reduction
The SIG focuses on emerging turbulent skin-friction reduction techniques, including passive and active methods of surface modification, hydrophobic/super-hydrophobic surfaces and polymer and surfactant additives. Special attention will be paid to the question of practical feasibility of the techniques as well as drag-reduction mechanisms, aiming at achieving synergy between various approaches.
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|[L]||Sergei Chernyshenko ( Imperial College London ): email@example.com|
|[C]||Kwing-So Choi ( University of Nottingham ): Kwing-So.Choi@nottingham.ac.uk|
|Pierre Ricco ( University of Sheffield ):|
|David Dennis ( University of Liverpool ):|
|Bharath Ganapathisubramani ( University of Southampton ):|
|Ricardo Garcia-Mayoral ( University of Cambridge ):|
|Yongyun Hwang ( Imperial College London ):|
|Kevin Knowles ( Cranfield University ):|
|Duncan Lockerby ( University of Warwick ):|
|Glen McHale ( University of Edinburgh ):|
|Jonathan Morrison ( Imperial College London ):|
|Alfredo Pinelli ( City University ):|
|Rob Poole ( University of Liverpool ):|
|Ning Qin ( University of Sheffield ):|
|Stephen Rolston ( Airbus ):|
|Mehdi Seddighi ( Liverpool John Moores University; University of Sheffield ):|
|Shahrokh Shahpar ( Rolls-Royce ):|
|Ati Sharma ( University of Southampton ):|
|Richard Whalley ( Newcastle University ):|
|Shan Zhong ( University of Manchester ):|
|Michael Leschziner ( Imperial College London ):|
|Yongmann Chung ( University of Warwick ):|
Joint Airbus-UKFN SIG Workshop on Turbulent Skin Friction Drag Reduction.
Department of Aeronautics, Imperial College, London, 4th and 5th December 2017.
Presentations made at the workshop are available from here.