Study of Magnus Effect Using Rotating Cylinder on Airfoil at Diff | 60702
Journal of Aeronautics & Aerospace Engineering

Journal of Aeronautics & Aerospace Engineering
Open Access

ISSN: 2168-9792

Study of Magnus Effect Using Rotating Cylinder on Airfoil at Different Locations

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Niharika Mallapur

Department of Aeronautical engineering, Karnataka, India

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Aeronaut Aerospace Eng

Abstract :

The need for improving the aerodynamic efficiency and delaying the formation of stall over the wing has been of concern in the realm of aviation. The main intention of the project is to improve these two parameters. The configuration used for analysis consists of a NACA (National advisory committee for aeronautics) 2412 airfoil of chord length 0.982m with a cylinder of 0.064m diameter at 0.15c (chord), 0.3c, and 0.45c as our models. The models were designed in SOLIDWORKS and analysis is executed using ANSYS Fluent. The turbulence model used is Spalart Allmaras with a freestream velocity of 10m/s and the RPM of the cylinders is -25000 (clockwise). The influence of various parameters like horizontal and vertical distances from the leading edge and chord line is investigated. The rotating cylinder configurations are compared with the bare airfoil’s aerodynamic characteristics, pressure and velocity contours.

Biography :

Niharika Mallapur is Assistant Professor at Department of Aeronautical engineering, KLS Gogte institute of Technology, Karnataka, India.

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