|Aerodynamic analysis of a complete Formula 1 configuration (click on any image to enlarge it).|
|Coupled fluid-structure analysis of an F-16 Fighting Falcon configuration at high angle of attack.|
|High-dimensional solution snapshots of a street car flow problem computed for the purpose of constructing a parametric reduced-order model.|
It will also present a candidate approach for such a technology that is based on projection-based nonlinear model reduction, and demonstrate its potential for parametric engineering problems using real-life examples from the naval, automotive, and aeronautics industries.
|Invited speaker Charbel Farhat prior to his flight in a F/A-18 Hornet with the legendary Blue Angels.|
He was knighted by the Prime Minister of France in the Order of Academic Palms and awarded the Medal of Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Academiques. He is also the recipient of many other professional and academic distinctions including the Lifetime Achievement Award from ASME, the Structures, Structural Dynamics and Materials Award from AIAA, the John von Neumann Medal from USACM, the Gauss-Newton Medal from IACM, the Gordon Bell Prize and Sidney Fernbach Award from IEEE, and the Modeling and Simulation Award from DoD.
Recently, he was selected by the US Navy as a Primary Key-Influencer, flown by the Blue Angels during Fleet Week 2014, and appointed to the Air Force Science Advisory Board.