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Contents
Intro
Organizing Committee 4

Welcome 5

Sponsors 6

Forum Schedule 7

Pre-Forum Activities 11

Plenary Sessions 12

On-Site Wi-Fi Information


Forum 360 Sessions 13
Network Name: 2017AVIATION
Complex Aerospace Systems Exchange 15 Password: 2017AIAA

Cybersecurity Symposium 18
Conferences i/o: www.aiaa.cnf.io
DEMAND for UNMANNED 19
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Transformational Electric Flight Workshop and Expo 21

ITAR Restricted Sessions 23 www.facebook.com/AIAAfan

Technical Sessions at a Glance 24


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Program Detail 34
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Special Sessions and Events 136

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Rising Leaders in Aerospace 137

Recognition and Lectures 138 livestream.com/AIAAvideo/AVIATION2017

Networking Events 142


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Exposition 143

Exhibitors 145

General Information 151

Author and Session Chair Information 153


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Author and Session Chair Index 157 corporate members, AIAA brings together industry, academia,
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Intro
Organizing Committee
Forum General Chair Applied Aerodynamics Multidisciplinary Design and Optimization
Fay Collier, NASA Langley Research Center Jeremy Pinier, NASA Langley Research Center Scott Ferguson, North Carolina State University
Forum 360 Chair John Farnsworth, University of Colorado Boulder Samy Missoum, University of Arizona
Katherine Schwartz, Georgia Institute David OBrien, U.S. Army, Redstone Arsenal Plasmadynamics and Lasers
of Technology Crystal Pasiliao, U.S. Air Force Research Sergey B. Leonov, University of Notre Dame
Forum Technical Chairs Laboratory
Thermophysics
James Guglielmo (Aerospace Sciences Group), Atmospheric and Space Environments
The Boeing Company Mark Ewing, Orbital ATK
Zhongquan Charlie Zheng, University of Kansas
Richard L. Mange (Aircraft and Atmospheric Kelly Stephani, University of Illinois at Urbana-
William B. Wright, NASA Glenn Research Center Champaign
Systems Group), Lockheed Martin Corporation
Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Theoretical Fluid Mechanics
Forum Deputy Technical Chairs
Jared Grauer, NASA Langley Research Center Zvi Rusak, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Thomas Wayman (Aerospace Sciences Group),
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation Christopher Karlgaard, NASA Langley
Research Center
Michael Drake (Aircraft and Atmospheric
Systems Group), The Boeing Company Balloon Systems
Technical Discipline Chairs Henry Cathey, New Mexico State University
Aeroacoustics Computational Fluid Dynamics
Complex Aerospace Systems Exchange (CASE)
Anastasios Lyrintzis, Embry-Riddle Eric Johnsen, University of Michigan
Aeronautical University David Maroney, The MITRE Corporation
Computer Systems
Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems Technology Danielle Soban, Queens University Belfast
Miroslav N. Velev, Aries Design Automation,
Ben Tutt, Airborne Systems U.S.A. Cybersecurity Symposium
Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Flight Testing Jeffrey Carr, Principal Consultant, 20k League

Brett Bathel, NASA Langley Research Center Karl Garman, Federal Aviation Administration DEMAND for UNMANNED
Mirko Gamba, University of Michigan Starr Ginn, NASA Armstrong Flight Organized by the Unmanned Systems Program Committee
Research Center
Aviation Technology, Integration & Operations (ATIO) Transformational Electric Flight Workshop
Calain Schuman, U.S. Air Force and Expo
Aircraft Design: Timothy Takahashi, Arizona
State University Fluid Dynamics Michael Patterson, NASA Langley Research Center
Aircraft Design: Ed Digirolamo, Lockheed Haibo Dong, University of Virginia Virginia Stouffer, LMI
Martin Corporation Anwar Ahmed, Auburn University
Design Engineering: Nijo Abraham, NASA
Langley Research Center
Ground Testing
Christine Pastor-Barsi, NASA Glenn Research
General Aviation: Nicholas K. Borer, NASA
Center
General Aviation: Anthony Linn, Worcester
Dean Jorgensen, Space Electronics
Polytechnic Institute
General Aviation: Dongwook Lim, Georgia Intelligent Systems
Institute of Technology Bonnie Allen, NASA Langley Research Center
Systems Engineering: John Eiler, Stellar Solutions, ITAR Sessions
Inc.
Brian McGrath, Johns Hopkins University Applied
Aerospace Traffic Management: Vincent Schultz, Physics Laboratory
NASA
Peggy Hayes, NASA Armstrong Flight
Air Transportation Systems: Scot Campbell, MIT Research Center
Lincoln Laboratory
Lighter-Than-Air Systems Technology
Aircraft Operations : Karen Marais, Purdue
University Kyle Crawford, Oceaneering International, Inc.
Transformational Flight: Simon Briceno, Georgia Ron Hochstetler, SAIC
Institute of Technology Michael Conners, Border Patrol Foundation
Transformational Flight: Brian J. German,
Georgia Institute of Technology Modeling and Simulation Technologies
V/STOL Aircraft Systems: Isaac Choutapalli, The Scott Ferguson, North Carolina State University
University of Texas - Pan American Peter Grant, University of Toronto

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Executive Steering Committee
2017 AIAA AVIATION Forum

Welcome
Welcome to Denver and the 2017 AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition
(AIAA AVIATION Forum)! This years program is designed around the idea that innovation
and disruption are transforming our industry. We are confident our program will address
these transformations through a mix of plenary sessions, Forum 360 sessions, and special
programming by weeks end we will all have a better understanding of these complex
forces.
Ron Bessire Michael B. Bragg
We have a great set of plenary sessions this week that examine a wide range of subjects,
Lockheed Martin University of Washington including the current pace of change in our industry, aviation innovation in an evolving
Corporation environment, how robotics is impacting autonomous systems, and a vision for on-demand
mobility that could transform society. Our Forum 360 programming will take you one step
beyond the plenaries, exploring a range of subjects such as the renewed interest in supersonic
transportation, the promise and potential of electric aircraft propulsion, the impact of
digital technologies on the way we design and operate aviation systems, and where NASAs
aeronautics programs are headed in the future.
On Monday, dont miss our Cybersecurity Symposium, which examines When the
Unfortunate Happens. Youll be able to consider the range of cyber threats that challenge
our community, and then learn practical ways to go about insulating your business from
Fay Collier James Guglielmo those threats.
NASA Langley The Boeing Company For those of you interested in the explosive growth of unmanned aerials systems (UAS), our
Research Center dynamic DEMAND for UNMANNED symposium on Tuesday and Wednesday will allow
you to learn more about how drones are transforming our society, driving demand for more
autonomous systems, impacting the national airspace system, and catalyzing the machine
intelligence revolution.
Electric flight is the next big thing in aviation and AIAA is at the forefront of this
significant shift. Beginning on Wednesday afternoon, our Transformational Electric Flight
Workshop and Expo will explore emerging trends in electric propulsion that offer the
potential to fundamentally transform aircraft configurations and operational concepts.
Additionally, AIAA AVIATION Forum also offers you a dynamic technical program, with
over 2,000 individual presentations on the latest advancements in aviation and aeronautics
David Paul Hills Richard L. Mange
science and technology. The forum will challenge your perceptions, increase your knowledge,
Airbus Americas Inc. Lockheed Martin and show you how you and your peers are shaping the future of aerospace. Thank you for
Corporation choosing to be here this week.

2017 AIAA AVIATION Forum is proud to feature:


AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference Cybersecurity Symposium
Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems Technology DEMAND for UNMANNED
Conference Flight Testing Conference
Aerodynamic Measurement Technology and Ground Fluid Dynamics Conference
Testing Conference
Lighter-Than-Air Systems Technology Conference
Glenn Roberts Katherine Applied Aerodynamics Conference
Schwartz Modeling and Simulation Technologies Conference
The MITRE Corporation Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference
Georgia Institute of Multidisciplinary Analysis and Optimization Conference
Atmospheric and Space Environments Conference
Technology Plasmadynamics and Lasers Conference
Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations
Conference Theoretical Fluid Mechanics Conference
Balloon Systems Conference Thermophysics Conference
Complex Aerospace Systems Exchange Transformational Electric Flight Workshop and Expo
Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference

The 2018 AIAA AVIATION Forum will be held on 2529 June 2018 in
Atlanta, GA.

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Sponsors
Intro
Exclusive Premier

Attendee Tote Bag Livestream Video Student Reception

Tuesday Coffee Break Sustaining Small Business Small Business

Small Business Notepad

Cybersecurity Symposium

Media Sponsor

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Forum Schedule
Intro
Time Event Program Page Location
Saturday, 3 June
07000830 hrs Continuing Education and Workshop Registration Governor's Square Foyer
08001700 hrs 1st AIAA Geometry and Mesh Generation Workshop 11 Governor's Square 12
08001700 hrs 3rd AIAA CFD High-Lift Prediction Workshop 11 Governor's Square 14
08001700 hrs Optimal Design in Multidisciplinary Systems Course 11 Governor's Square 10
08001700 hrs Practical Methods for Aircraft and Rotorcraft Flight Control Design and Hands- 11 Governor's Square 11
on Training Using CONDUIT Course
Sunday, 4 June
07000830 hrs Continuing Education and Workshop Registration Governor's Square Foyer
08001700 hrs 1st AIAA Geometry and Mesh Generation Workshop 11 Governor's Square 12
08001700 hrs 3rd AIAA CFD High-Lift Prediction Workshop 11 Governor's Square 14
08001700 hrs Optimal Design in Multidisciplinary Systems Course 11 Governor's Square 10
08001700 hrs Practical Methods for Aircraft and Rotorcraft Flight Control Design and Hands- 11 Governor's Square 11
on Training Using CONDUIT Course
15001900 hrs Forum Registration 151 Plaza Foyer
16001800 hrs Meet the Employers 11 Majestic Ballroom
18001900 hrs Student Welcome Reception 11, 142 Windows
Monday, 5 June
07001730 hrs Forum Registration 151 Plaza Foyer
07300800 hrs Coffee Service 142 Plaza Foyer
07300800 hrs Speakers' Briefing 153 Session Rooms
08001730 hrs Technical Papers Help Desk Plaza Foyer
08000900 hrs Plenary: Need for Speed 12 Plaza Ballroom
09000930 hrs Coffee Service 142 Meeting Room Foyers
09301130 hrs Forum 360: Perspectives and Progress on Green Aviation 13 Grand Ballroom I
09301230 hrs Technical Sessions 3445 Session Rooms
09301645 hrs Cybersecurity Symposium 18 Grand Ballroom II
12301400 hrs Lunch Break
14001600 hrs Forum 360: X-Planes: Discovery Through Flight 13 Grand Ballroom I
14001730 hrs Technical Sessions 4556 Session Rooms
16001630 hrs Coffee Service 142 Meeting Room Foyers
16001830 hrs Rising Leaders in Aerospace: Speed Mentoring and Reception 137 South Convention Lobby
16301730 hrs Aerodynamics Award Lecture 138 Grand Ballroom I
17301830 hrs Fluid Dynamics Award Lecture 138 Grand Ballroom I
17301830 hrs Aeroacoustics Lecture 138 Governor's Square 14
18301930 hrs Wright Brothers Lecture in Aeronautics 138 Plaza Ballroom

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Forum Schedule
Intro
Time Event Program Page Location
Tuesday, 6 June
06000700 hrs Stay Fit at AVIATION 136 Sheraton Hotel Lobby
07001730 hrs Forum Registration 151 Plaza Foyer
07001730 hrs ITAR Sessions Registration 151 Plaza Foyer
07300800 hrs Coffee Service 142 Plaza Foyer
07300800 hrs Speakers' Briefing 153 Session Rooms
08001730 hrs Technical Papers Help Desk Plaza Foyer
08000900 hrs Plenary: Innovation in the Age of the Third Aerospace Revolution 12 Plaza Ballroom
09000930 hrs Coffee Service 142 Meeting Room Foyers
09301130 hrs Forum 360: The Evolving Culture of Aviation 13 Grand Ballroom I
09301230 hrs Complex Aerospace Systems Exchange 15 Governor's Square 14
09301230 hrs Technical Sessions 57-66 Session Rooms
09301700 hrs DEMAND for UNMANNED 19 Grand Ballroom II
12001330 hrs Rising Leaders in Aerospace: Lunch and Learn 137 Grand Ballroom I
12301400 hrs Awards LuncheonCelebrating Achievements in Aerospace Sciences 138 Plaza Ballroom
13001630 hrs Exposition 143149 Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
14001600 hrs Forum 360: Supersonic Transport 13 Grand Ballroom I
14001600 hrs CFD Flow Visualization Showcase 136 Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
14001700 hrs Complex Aerospace Systems Exchange 15 Governor's Square 14
14001730 hrs Technical Sessions 6777 Session Rooms
16001630 hrs Coffee Service 142 Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
17301830 hrs Aeroacoustics Lecture 139 Grand Ballroom I
17301830 hrs Plasmadynamics and Lasers Award Lecture 140 Majestic Ballroom
17301830 hrs Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Award Lecture 140 Directors Row E
18302000 hrs Welcome Reception 142 Plaza Exhibit/Foyer

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Forum Schedule
Intro
Time Event Program Page Location
Wednesday, 7 June
07001730 hrs Forum Registration 151 Plaza Foyer
07001730 hrs ITAR Sessions Registration 151 Plaza Foyer
07300800 hrs Coffee Service 142 Plaza Foyer
07300800 hrs Speakers' Briefing 153 Session Rooms
08001730 hrs Technical Papers Help Desk Plaza Foyer
08000900 hrs Plenary: Beyond the Robots: Toward Situated Autonomy 12 Plaza Ballroom
08450930 hrs Coffee Service 142 Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
08451600 hrs Exposition 143149 Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
09301100 hrs Rising Leaders in Aerospace: Panel Session 137 Grand Ballroom II
09301130 hrs Forum 360: HumanMachine Interaction 13 Grand Ballroom I
09301230 hrs Complex Aerospace Systems Exchange 16 Governor's Square 14
09301230 hrs Technical Sessions 7788 Session Rooms
0930 1730 hrs DEMAND for UNMANNED 20 Grand Ballroom I & II
1230 1400 hrs Awards LuncheonCelebrating Achievements in Aircraft and Atmospheric 140 Plaza Ballroom
Systems
14001600 hrs Forum 360: Aircraft Electric Propulsion: Transforming Aviation 14 Grand Ballroom I
14001600 hrs AIAA Standards Open Forum 136 Biltmore
14001700 hrs Complex Aerospace Systems Exchange 16 Governor's Square 14
14001730 hrs Transformational Electric Flight Workshop and Expo 21 Grand Ballroom I & II
14001730 hrs Technical Sessions 89100 Session Rooms
16001630 hrs Coffee Service 142 Meeting Room Foyers
16001730 hrs Certification Using Analysis and Simulation 136 Grand Ballroom I
17301830 hrs DEMAND for UNMANNED & Transformational Electric Flight Workshop 20, 21 South Convention Lobby
Reception
17301830 hrs Thermophysics Award Lecture 140 Governor's Square 17
17301830 hrs Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Award Lecture 141 Windows
18002100 hrs ADS and Balloons Banquet 141 Plaza Ballroom A-B
18002100 hrs Aeroacoustics Banquet 141 Plaza Ballroom D-E

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Forum Schedule
Intro
Time Event Program Page Location
Thursday, 8 June
06000700 hrs Stay Fit at AVIATION 136 Sheraton Hotel Lobby
07001730 hrs Forum Registration 151 Plaza Foyer
07001730 hrs ITAR Sessions Registration 151 Savoy Room foyer
07300800 hrs Coffee Service 142 Plaza Foyer
07300800 hrs Speakers' Briefing 153 Session Rooms
08001730 hrs Technical Papers Help Desk Plaza Foyer
08000900 hrs Plenary: Innovation and Disruption Opportunities for Civil and Military 12 Plaza Ballroom
Transport Acquisitions & Operations
08450930 hrs Coffee Service 142 Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
08451400 hrs Exposition 143149 Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
09301130 hrs Forum 360: Internet of Things (IoT) as Applied to Aircraft Systems for 14, 17 Grand Ballroom I
Industrial Drones
09301230 hrs ITAR Restricted Session 23 Savoy
09301230 hrs Technical Sessions 101111 Session Rooms
09301730 hrs Transformational Electric Flight Workshop and Expo 2122 Grand Ballroom II
1230 1400 hrs Luncheon in the Exposition Hall 142 Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
14001600 hrs Forum 360: Realization of a Digital Twin & Thread 14, 17 Grand Ballroom I
14001730 hrs ITAR Restricted Session 23 Savoy
14001730 hrs Technical Sessions 112122 Session Rooms
16001630 hrs Coffee Service 142 Meeting Room Foyers
16001730 hrs Complex Aerospace Systems Exchange 17 Governor's Square 14
17301830 hrs Chanute Flight Test Award Lecture 141 Grand Ballroom I
18001930 hrs Complex Aerospace Systems Exchange Networking Social 17 Tower Court D
Friday, 9 June
07001730 hrs Forum Registration 151 Plaza Foyer
07001200 hrs ITAR Sessions Registration 151 Savoy Room foyer
07300800 hrs Coffee Service 142 Plaza Foyer
07300800 hrs Speakers' Briefing 153 Session Rooms
08001730 hrs Technical Papers Help Desk Plaza Foyer
08000900 hrs Plenary: Urban On-Demand Aerial RidesharingThe Next Commercial 12 Plaza Ballroom
Aviation Market
08001530 hrs Transformational Electric Flight Workshop and Expo 22 Grand Ballroom II
09000930 hrs Coffee Service 142 Meeting Room Foyers
09301130 hrs Forum 360: NASA Aeronautics New Aviation Horizons 14 Grand Ballroom I
09301230 hrs Technical Sessions 123130 Session Rooms
09301230 hrs ITAR Restricted Session 23 Savoy
12301400 hrs Lunch Break
14001730 hrs Technical Sessions 131135 Session Rooms
16001630 hrs Coffee Service 142 Meeting Room Foyers

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Pre-Forum Activities
Intro
Continuing Education 08001700 hrs Governors Square 10
Sunday, 4 June
Optimal Design in 16001800 hrs Majestic Ballroom
Stay at the top of your game with Multidisciplinary Systems Course
AIAAs continuing education offerings.
You will leave with invaluable (Instructors: Joaquim Martins, Jaroslaw Meet the Employers
knowledge and solutions that you can Sobieski) AIAAs Meet the Employers event at the
put to immediate use. When you are designing or evaluating 2017 AVIATION Forum offers students
a complicated engineering system such and young professional attendees the
Saturday, 3 as an aircraft or a launch vehicle, can
you effectively reconcile the multitude of
opportunity to meet AIAA corporate
members. This is a fun and dynamic
Sunday, 4 June conflicting requirements, interactions,
and objectives? This course discusses
environment where students and
professionals interact with organizations
08001700 hrs Governors Square 12 the underlying challenges in such an regarding employment opportunities.
environment, and introduces you to
New Workshop! methods and tools that have been
The first hour will consist of briefs
presented by five organizations.
developed over the years.
1st AIAA Geometry and Mesh Participating companies/organizations
Generation Workshop 08001730 hrs Governors Square 11 will present an organizational overview
and opportunities available, then
(Organized by: AIAA Meshing, New Course! have follow-on discussions with the
Visualization, and Computational attendees. The following hour will be
Environments Technical Committee) Practical Methods for Aircraft roundtable meet-and-greet sessions,
This two-part workshop will assess and Rotorcraft Flight Control with organizations hosting a table and
the current state of the art in geometry Design and Hands-on Training attendees switching every 10 minutes.
There is no charge to participate and no
preprocessing and mesh generation Using CONDUIT Course RSVP is required.
technology and software as applied to
aircraft and spacecraft systems. It will (Instructors: Mark Tischler, Tom Berger)
18001930 hrs Windows
help identify and develop understanding This course will review best practices
of areas of needed improvement in selection of handling-qualities and
(performance, accuracy, applicability) flight control specifications, simulation
Student Welcome Reception
in geometry processing and mesh modeling and fidelity assessment, Be sure to kick off the eve of your 2017
generation technology software. and flight control design and analysis AVIATION Forum right at the student
And it will provide a foundation for methods and demonstrate how flight welcome reception. This reception will
documenting best practices for geometry dynamics and control theory is brought provide you with some great
preprocessing and mesh generation. to practice by reviewing historical aircraft networking and mingling
and rotorcraft flight control design case opportunities, and many helpful tips
08001700 hrs Governors Square 14 studies and lessons learned. and pointers to get the most from
participating in the forum and with
3rd AIAA CFD High-Lift AIAA. This is an excellent way to meet
fellow students who you are sure to see
Prediction Workshop again throughout the week, as well as to
(Organized by: AIAA Applied meet seasoned AIAA leaders who will
Aerodynamics Technical Committee) be there to welcome you.
This workshop will assess the numerical Sponsored by
prediction capability of current-
generation CFD technology/codes for
swept, medium-to-high-aspect ratio
wings for landing/take-off (high-lift)
configurations. Other objectives include
developing practical modeling guidelines
for CFD prediction of high-lift flow fields,
advancing the understanding of high-lift
flow physics to enable development of
more accurate prediction methods and
tools, and enhancing CFD prediction
capability for practical high-lift
aerodynamic design and optimization.

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Plenary Sessions
Intro
Monday, 5 June Thursday, 8 June
08000900 hrs Plaza Ballroom 08000900 hrs Plaza Ballroom

Need for Speed Innovation and Disruption Opportunities for Civil


Rob Weiss, Executive Vice President and General Manager, and Military Transport Acquisitions & Operations
Advanced Development Programs, Lockheed Martin Moderator: Scott Fancher, Senior Vice President, Program
Aeronautics Management, Integration & Development Programs, The
Boeing Company
Panelists:
Tuesday, 6 June Aaron Robinson, Senior Manager, Environmental Strategy and
08000900 hrs Plaza Ballroom Sustainability, United Airlines
Naveed Hussain, Vice President, Aeromechanics Technology,
Innovation in the Age of the Third The Boeing Company
Aerospace Revolution Donna Senft, Chief Scientist, Air Mobility Command, U.S. Air
Force
Paul Eremenko, Chief Technology Officer, Airbus

Wednesday, 7 June Friday, 9 June


08000900 hrs Plaza Ballroom
08000900 hrs Plaza Ballroom
Urban On-Demand Aerial Ridesharing The
Beyond the Robots: Toward Situated Autonomy Next Commercial Aviation Market
David Mindell, Founder and CEO, Humatics Corporation, and
Mark D. Moore, Director of Aviation, Uber Engineering
Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Forum 360 Sessions
Tuesday, 6 June
09301130 hrs Grand Ballroom I
The Evolving Culture of Aviation
Moderator: Glenn Roberts, Chief Engineer, Center for
Advanced Aviation System Development, The MITRE
Corporation
Panelists:
Van Espahbodi, Co-Founder & COO, Starburst Accelerator
Monday, 5 June Jonathan Evans, Co-President, Skyward, A Verizon Company
09301130 hrs Grand Ballroom I Jesse Kallman, President, Airbus Aerial
Wes Ryan, Manager, Programs and Procedures (Advanced
Perspectives and Progress on Green Aviation Technology), Small Airplane Directorate, Federal Aviation
Moderator: John Tylko, Chief Innovation Officer, Aurora Administration
Flight Sciences
Panelists: 14001600 hrs Grand Ballroom I
Fay Collier, Project Manager, Environmentally Supersonic Transport
Responsible Aviation, NASA Langley Research Center
Mark Drela, Terry J. Kohler Professor, Department of Moderator: Peter Coen, Project Manager, Commercial
Aeronautics and Astronautics, Massachusetts Institute of Supersonic Technology, NASA Langley Research Center
Technology Panelists:
Alan H. Epstein, Vice President, Technology and Michael Buonanno, Deputy Chief Engineer, QueSST X-Plane,
Environment, Pratt & Whitney Lockheed Martin Corporation
Robert H. Liebeck, Chief Scientist, Blended-Wing-Body Robert A. Cowart, Director, Supersonic Technology
Airplane Program, Boeing Defense, Space, and Security Development, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
Vik Kachoria, President and CEO, Spike Aerospace, Inc.
14001600 hrs Grand Ballroom I Blake Scholl, Founder and CEO, Boom Supersonic
Gurdip Singh Ubhi, Business Development Executive, Rolls-
X-Planes: Discovery Through Flight Royce Corporation
Moderator: Starr Ginn, Deputy Aeronautics Research
Director, NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center
Panelists:
Edward L. Burnett, Senior Fellow, Modeling, Simulation, and
Wednesday, 7 June
Controls, Lockheed Martin Corporation 09301130 hrs Grand Ballroom I
Robert E. Curry, Chief Scientist, NASA Dryden Flight
Research Center HumanMachine Interaction
Bill Gray, Chief Pilot, U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School Moderator: Dale Richards, Senior Research Fellow, Human
Nils Larson, Chief, Flight Crew Branch, NASA Armstrong Factors, Coventry University
Flight Research Center Panelists:
Art Tomassetti, Director, F-35B U.S. Marine Corps Program Danette Allen, NASA Senior Technologist for Intelligent
Manager, Lockheed Martin Corporation Flight Systems, NASA Langley Research Center
Daniel G. Murri, NASA Technical Fellow for Flight Andrew Lacher, Senior Principal, Unmanned and
Mechanics, NASA Langley Research Center Autonomous Research Strategist, The MITRE Corporation
Dana Purifoy, Director of Flight Operation, NASA David Mindell, Founder and CEO, Humatics Corporation,
Armstrong Flight Research Center and Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Intro 360 Session
Forum
Wednesday, 7 June Friday, 9 June
14001600 hrs Grand Ballroom I 09301130 hrs Grand Ballroom I
Aircraft Electric Propulsion: Transforming Aviation NASA Aeronautics New Aviation Horizons
Moderator: Andrew R. Gibson, President, Business Moderator: Rich Wahls, Strategic Technical Advisor,
Development/Aerospace Engineer, Empirical Systems Advanced Air Vehicles Program, Aeronautics Research
Aerospace Mission Directorate, NASA Langley Research Center
Panelists: Panelists:
Mike Hirschberg, Executive Director, AHS International Brent Cobleigh, Project Manager, Flight Demonstrations and
The Vertical Flight Technical Society Capabilities Project, Integrated Aviation Systems Program,
Amy Jankovsky, Subproject Manager, Hybrid Gas-Electric NASA Armstrong Flights Research Center
Propulsion, NASA Glenn Research Center Peter Coen, Project Manager, Commercial Supersonic
Matt Knapp, Founder and Aero CTO, Zunum Aero Technology, NASA Langley Research Center
Joseph Oldham, Director, San Joaquin Valley Clean Fay Collier, Project Manager, Environmentally Responsible
Transportation Center, CALSTART Aviation, NASA Langley Research Center
Jaiwon Shin, Associate Administrator, Aeronautics Research
Mission Directorate, NASA
Thursday, 8 June Ed Waggoner, Director, Integrated Aviation Systems
Program, NASA
09301130 hrs Grand Ballroom I
Internet of Things (IoT) as Applied to Aircraft
Systems for Industrial Drones
Moderator: David Loda, Executive Director, NCPS Research
LLC
Panelists:
Wu Hui, General Manager, (HRG) HIT Special Robot Group Co.
Ltd., China
Zhennan Cao, President, STARC Solutions Ltd., China
Barry Alexander, Captain, Boeing 747-800, Atlas Air Cargo
Academic Scholar: Sam Kogan, Founder/CEO, Gen5 Group,
LLC

14001600 hrs Grand Ballroom I


Realization of a Digital Twin & Thread
Moderators:
Melanie Lorang, Associate Technical Fellow, The Boeing
Company
Mat French, Systems Engineer & Architect, Senior Specialist,
Rolls-Royce North American Technologies, Inc.
Panelists:
Edward M. Kraft, Associate Executive Director, Research,
University of Tennessee Space Institute
Dave Kasik, Retired Senior Technical Fellow, The Boeing
Company
Steve Wellborn, Senior Technical Fellow, Rolls-Royce
Don A. Kinard, Senior Fellow (Manufacturing), Lockheed
Martin Aeronautics
Academic Scholar: COL Tim West, Senior Materiel Leader,
Test Operations Division, Arnold Engineering Development
Complex

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Complex Aerospace Systems Exchange
Intro
14001700 hrs Governors Square 14

Incremental/Agile MethodsFit for Demands of


Complex Aerospace Systems?
This CASE session emphasizes exchange between attendees
and panelist/organizers concerning challenging questions
As the name implies, CASE is an exchange of ideas among about emerging incremental and agile methods for
professionals on some of the most pertinent issues of the engineering systems. Are the experiences of the agile software
day facing the aerospace industry and the field of systems community the only guide?
engineering.
Session issues include:
Are the methods compatible or incompatible with
Tuesday, 6 June aerospace?
09301230 hrs Governors Square 14 What relation do the methods have to systems complexity?
Are the methods needed by aerospace? What problems are
Model-Based Systems Engineering we solving? Has something changed?
Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) has become one Are the methods already practiced by aerospace? Old hat
of the hottest topics in the engineering of complex aerospace or new?
systems. Why? Models have been a staple of engineering for
centuries. Now we have wrappers, modelling languages, and What is the method? Examples? Successes, Problems?
block diagrams such as UML, SysML, and Modelica that When is the method a good fit? When is it not a good fit?
attempt to pull the models together from diverse disciplines.
Opinions vary widely about the current state of MBSE and How are these methods different from agile software
what the future holds. This session will be an open discussion approaches, if at all?
on these issues informed by a panel of experts from academia, Other related questions that need increased exposure?
industry, and government.
Members of the Provocateurs Panel include thought leaders,
Chair: Paul Collopy, Professor/Department Chair, Industrial practitioners, and researchers in the general agile systems
& Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, engineering space, both inside and outside the aerospace
University of Alabama in Huntsville domain. Attendees are expected to bring their questions,
Panelists: concerns, and observations, and actively participate in this
session.
Dale Thomas, Professor/Eminent Scholar, Industrial & Systems
Engineering and Engineering Management, University of Chair: Sophia Bright, IT Director, Strategy Design & Execution,
Alabama in Huntsville The Boeing Company
Troy Peterson, Vice President, System Strategy, Inc. Panelists:
William Othon, Associate Chief, Aeroscience and Flight Rick Dove, CEO, Paradigm Shift, International
Mechanics Division, NASA Johnson Space Center Avinash Pinto, Principal Systems Engineer, The MITRE
Academic Scholar: Bryan Mesmer, Assistant Professor, Corporation/ FAA Center for Advanced Aviation System
Industrial & systems Engineering and Engineering Development
Management, University of Alabama in Huntsville Jimmie McEver, Senior Scientist, Asymmetric Operations
Sector, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Ray Carnes, Chief Architect, The Boeing Company
Academic Scholar: William D. Bill Schindel, President, ICTT
System Sciences

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Complex Aerospace Systems Exchange
Intro
Wednesday, 7 June 14001700 hrs Governors Square 14

09301230 hrs Governors Square 14 Complex Adaptive Systems Approaches


to Cybersecurity
Adaptive Verification and Validation (V&V) Increasingly, transactions and interchanges of all types
Several technical trends have driven the need to develop are conducted in or facilitated by computing and digital
new approaches to verification and validation. These include networking ecosystems. The ability of malicious actors to
the rapid pace of changing technology, which has made corrupt and misuse these environments and exchanges can
the traditional stage-gated acquisition model untenable; (and does) cause great harm at the individual/organization
a proliferation of nontraditional procurement methods level. Further, as digital presences are becoming central to
(capabilities acquired as services, for example) that frustrate participation in 21st-century economic and social enterprises
traditional developmental and operational test processes; and endeavors, malicious cyber activity has the potential to
rapidly evolving external threats to the system; and finally, the disrupt processes and economies at the societal level. Current
very nature of dispersed digitally rich systems. These trends cybersecurity activities, based on closing vulnerabilities and
all combine to make system requirements change dynamically stopping individual attacks, are reactive and appear inherently
even after deployment, and require life-cycle attention to inadequate to address these challenges. Cybersecurity is
verification and validation as well as continuous monitoring not just a technology problem rather it is a large-scale
of system performance throughout the operational life of the complex sociotechnical challenge in which success depends
system. In this panel session we will hear from practitioners on understanding and leveraging the interdependencies and
who are engaged in a variety of initiatives intended to address multiple levels and domains that problem touches. This panel
these challenges and develop new approaches to verification will explore ways in which cybersecurity is a complex systems
and validation over the life cycle. problem and will discuss how complex adaptive systems
Chair: Laura McGill, Vice President, Engineering, Raytheon thinking and complexity-aware approaches can help.
Missile Systems Chair: Jimmie McEver, Senior Scientist, Asymmetric Operations
Panelists: Sector, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Villy Angelico, Lead for Cost Effective V&V, The Boeing Panelists:
Company Tim Evans, Founder, Adlumin
Maj. Gen. Matthew Malloy, Commander, Air Force Operational Russ Syphert, Chief Information Security Officer/Vice
Test and Evaluation Center President, Technology and Analytics, Cyber Business
Derrick Hinton, Acting Director, Test Resource Management Analytics
Center (TRMC), Department of Defense Academic Scholar: Zina Ben Miled, Associate Professor,
James Eiele, Lead for Verification, Validation & Accreditation, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University
Department of Navy
Academic Scholar: Wilson Felder, Distinguished Service
Professor, Stevens Institute of Technology

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Complex Aerospace Systems Exchange
Intro
Thursday, 8 June 14001600 hrs Grand Ballroom I

09301130 hrs Grand Ballroom I Realization of a Digital Twin & Thread


Explore multiple perspectives toward a digital twin of each
Internet of Things (IoT) as Applied to Aircraft fielded product. We will explore a growing need for a unifying
Systems for Industrial Drones language enabling the digital capture of complex system
The Internet of Things has been rapidly changing the way behavior and its interactions with the environment from the
products communicate amongst themselves and the factory in physical system that span all phases of its life-cycle and multi-
a number of industries. Using two-way autonomous machine organizational elements.
data communications, it is now possible to connect aircraft This is a continuation of the AIAA CASE forum that places
subsystems via digital threads to regularly update digital greater emphasis on the effective transfer of information
twin models based on real-world operations both onboard through a dynamic exchange of ideas and practical applications
and at the factory. This session will explore how aerospace through complexity science for complex systems.
manufacturers have been addressing the need for real-time Moderators:
data communications with their deployed products in the
field as a means to rapidly update designs, AOG (Aircraft on Melanie Lorang, Associate Technical Fellow, The Boeing
Ground) avoidance, improved product reliability, spare parts Company
forecasting and other MRO-related functions, and how lessons Mat French, Systems Engineer & Architect, Senior Specialist,
learned can be leveraged in the application of IoT to the Rolls-Royce North American Technologies, Inc.
emerging unmanned flight industry for commercial industrial Panelists:
and environmental markets.
Edward M. Kraft, Associate Executive Director, Research,
What are the implications of IoT autonomous drones in University of Tennessee Space Institute
the markets of environmental monitoring and agricultural,
Dave Kasik, Retired Senior Technical Fellow, The Boeing
particularly in oil and gas pipelines/facilities and large
Company
farming operations?
Steve Wellborn, Senior Technical Fellow, Rolls-Royce
How can lessons learned in commercial aircraft
Don A. Kinard, Senior Fellow (Manufacturing), Lockheed
manufacturing be applied to the emerging drone market
Martin Aeronautics
for industrial monitoring uses?
Academic Scholar: COL Tim West, Senior Materiel Leader,
What other complexities or emergent behaviors do we Test Operations Division, Arnold Engineering Development
anticipate and what impact will industrial drones have on Complex
our society?
Moderator: David Loda, Executive Director, NCPS Research LLC
16001730 hrs Governors Square 14
Panelists:
Wu Hui, General Manager, (HRG) HIT Special Robot Group Co. Complexity in Aviation Roundtable
Ltd., China
This fast-paced session is open to all AVIATION/CASE 2017
Zhennan Cao, President, STARC Solutions Ltd., China attendees. The purpose of this facilitated session is to provide a
Barry Alexander, Captain, Boeing 747-800, Atlas Air Cargo high-level overview in rapid-fire format of what the best minds
Academic Scholar: Sam Kogan, Founder/CEO, Gen5 Group, in system complexity are thinking about and/or working on.
LLC The session is a discussion-based roundtable format with
10-minute time slots for CASE Scholars and any others who
wish to explain new ideas, philosophies, breakthroughs,
studies to an interactive audience on the topic of complexity in
aviation. The time slots are assigned just before the roundtable
begins. After a brief overview, the presenter will ask for
discussion points or questions from the audience. Once time is
called, the next presenter will take the stage, and so on. This is
a great capstone activity to CASE 2017.
Chair: Javier Calvo-Amodio, Assistant Professor, Industrial and
Manufacturing Engineering, Oregon State University

18001930 hrs Tower Court D

CASE Networking Social

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Cybersecurity Symposium
Intro
Monday, 5 June
0930 1645 hrs Grand Ballroom II
For program updates, visit www.aviation.aiaa.org/cyber Through facilitated discussions, you will use the example of
No matter how many challenges your aviation company is facing, Baudelaire Aerospace to discuss real-world examples of cyber
the silver lining is that you dont work for Baudelaire Aerospace. challenges, learn how to safeguard your assets, and walk away
However, you may still have a few things in common. For with best practices that can be implemented back at the office.
example: Symposium Organizer: Jeffrey Carr, Principal Consultant,
Do you rely on third-party vendors to provide key services 20K League
like accounting, customer support, software development, Expert Facilitators:
or manufacturing?
Melissa Irace, Managing Director for Professional Services &
Do you have research contracts with foreign universities? Research, CBA
Do you have overseas offices and a corporate intranet that Russ Syphert, Vice President for Technology and CISCO, CBA
connects with foreign telecommunications providers? David Shaw, Founder & CEO, CBA
If you answered yes to any of these questions, heres another Stephen Cobb, Sr., Security Researcher, ESET
one for you: Cameron Camp, Security Researcher, ESET
Is learning how to defend your valuable intellectual property Cynthia James, General Manager, KGSS
from cyberattacks worth a day out of your schedule?
Join us to hear about Baudelaire Aerospace, a medium-sized,
diversified corporation operating in multiple business segments Schedule
around the world, and the series of unfortunate events that
09301030 hrs Intro/Orientation
devastated this once promising enterprise.
You will learn from experts on some of the most common cyber 10301330 hrs Breakouts and working lunch (boxed lunch)
threats: 13301345 hrs Break
Malicious insiders 13451500 hrs Report outs in plenary
Compromised vendors 15151645 hrs GBA TTX
Doing business outside of the United States
Exploited electronic devices, and more

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DEMAND for UNMANNED
Intro
14151545 hrs Grand Ballroom II

The Verification and Validation of Intelligent
Machines
Robotics are used extensively in many industrial sectors. While
many of todays robots still perform only a single function,
or at best several functions, the move is to increase capability
where the machine or robot, using AI software, is continuously
Within months of the FAA requiring drone registrations for teaching itself to improve its function or even perform new
sUAS, the number of drone registrations quickly exceeded those functions. This panel will explore how aerospace needs to evolve
of piloted aircraft. When AIAA coined the term demand for its thinking and approach to the verification and validation
unmanned, we had an intimation of the many communities of such machines, or robots, and what this might mean to the
that desired to use sUAS for recreational, business, and smart, autonomous, UAVs of the future.
national defense and security reasons, but we didnt have a
clear understanding of how much pent-up demand existed. Moderator: Mike Francis, Chief, Advanced Programs and
Now in its second year, the DEMAND for UNMANNED UAS Senior Fellow, Autonomous and Intelligent Systems, United
symposium brings the UAS and aviation system stakeholders Technologies Research Center
together to discuss and collaborate on research challenges and Speakers:
advancement strategies. Engineers, researchers, developers,
pilots, and regulators from academia, government, and Noah Flood, Aviation & Autonomy Consultant, Delta Air
industry will explore how unmanned systems are catalysts for Lines, Inc.
autonomy, robotics, and machine intelligence, and how they are Fritz Langford, Chief Engineer, Autonomous Aerial Cargo/
transforming the nature of civil and military aviation. Utility System, Aurora Flight Sciences
For program updates, visit www.aviation.aiaa.org/ Paul Nielsen, Director and CEO, Software Engineering Institute
DEMANDforUNMANNED Scott Strimple, Director of Training and Education, The Drone
Flight School
DEMAND for UNMANNED Host: I. J. Hudson, Former
Technology Reporter, NBC4 Washington (WRC-TV) Alessandro Pinto, Project Leader, Embedded Intelligence at
United Technologies Research Center

Tuesday, 6 June 16001700 hrs Grand Ballroom II


09301130 hrs Grand Ballroom I
Unique Applications Session Lightning Talks
The Evolving Culture of Aviation Hear from individuals and entrepreneurs about exciting
concepts, ideas, and products including long-duration/high-
Weve seen a dramatic increase in new entrants to global airspace altitude vehicle technologies, airplane maps to aid commercial
systems. The demand for unmanned and the need to accommodate pilots, UAS traffic management systems with potential for
UAS has grown as commercial and recreational opportunities are beyond-visual-line-of-sight operations, flight safety technologies
enabled by rapidly evolving technology. Similarly, commercial including airplane maps to aid commercial pilots, safety risk
space operations are growing, and researchers are envisioning even management, and utilizing industry best practices and standards
more disruptive technologies, such as personal air transportation to make each mission count.
solutions. Regulators and operators must perform a delicate
balancing act: accommodating dramatic changes in the users and Speakers:
types of uses of airspace, while maintaining the safety and security Chris Kucera, Director of Air Operations, Analytical
of the system. Key stakeholders on both sides will discuss how new Graphics Inc.
users are adapting their solutions to meet safety and certification Rob Parenti, Senior Technical Marketing Engineer, Alta
criteria, and how our current systems and processes can be Devices
modified to accommodate these rapid changes more easily while
also maintaining safety and efficiency Matt Fanelli, In-house Counsel, Skyward IO
Aaron Greenwald, President, Unmanned Safety Institute
Moderator: Glenn Roberts, Chief Engineer, Center for Advanced
Aviation System Development, The MITRE Corporation
Speakers:
Jonathan Evans, Co-President, Skyward, A Verizon Company
Jesse Kallman, President, Airbus Aerial
Van Espahbodi, Co-Founder and COO, Starburst Accelerator
Wes Ryan, Manager, Programs and Procedures (Advanced
Technology), Small Airplane Directorate, Federal Aviation
Administration

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DEMAND for UNMANNED
Intro
Wednesday, 7 June 17301830 hrs South Convention Lobby

DEMAND for UNMANNED & Transformational


08000900 hrs Plaza Ballroom Electric Flight Workshop Reception
Beyond the Robots: Toward Situated Autonomy
Speaker: David Mindell, Founder and CEO, Humatics
Corporation, and Professor, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology

09301130 hrs Grand Ballroom I


HumanMachine Interaction
Moderator: Dale Richards, Senior Research Fellow, Human
Factors, Coventry University
Panelists:
Danette Allen, NASA Senior Technologist for Intelligent Flight
Systems, NASA Langley Research Center
Andrew Lacher, Senior Principal, Unmanned and Autonomous
Research Strategist, The MITRE Corporation
David Mindell, Founder and CEO, Humatics Corporation, and
Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
14001530 hrs Grand Ballroom II

Solutions to UAS Air Traffic Management (UTM)


Challenges
The NASA Unmanned Aircraft System Traffic Management
(UTM) will one day enable and unmanned aircraft system
operations in civilian low-altitude airspace. While Part 107
has fueled a rapid growth in UAS operations in uncontrolled
airspace under 400 ft., these are still by and large UAS
operations in uncongested areas. There is a need for
establishing infrastructure that will enable and safely manage
the widespread use of low-altitude, congested airspace UAS
operations, regardless of the type of UAS. Plan to attend this
newsmaker event and hear about real-time results of NASAs
flight demonstration of this highly automated UAS air traffic
management system. Participants include the D4U Host, IJ
Hudson, John Cavolowsky, the NASA Airspace Operations
and Systems Program Director, and participants from the
NASA UTM team live via webcast from NASA Ames Research
Center.

16001730 hrs Tower Court A

UAS Airship Carrier Concepts: CONOPS for Long-


Duration Airborne UAS Operations
Michael ONeal, Director of Modeling and Simulation, U.S.
Marine Corps Systems Command
Oleg Yakimenko, Director of the Autonomous Systems
Engineering and Integration Laboratory at the Systems
Engineering Department, Naval Postgraduate School
Paul Adams, Airship Pilot, TP-Aerospace Inc.

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Intro
Transformational Electric Flight Workshop and Expo
The 2017 Transformational Electric Flight Workshop will 17301830 hrs South Convention Lobby
be held in conjunction with the 4th AHS/AIAA/SAE/
NASA Transformative Vertical Flight Workshop (June 79). Transformational Electric Flight Workshop &
This workshop will provide an opportunity for the AIAA DEMAND for UNMANNED Reception
community to gather and learn about many of the exciting
developments in the aeronautics field occurring because of
electric propulsion. From small unmanned aircraft to personal
transportation to high-altitude long-endurance unmanned
Thursday, 8 June
aircraft to commercial transports, electric propulsion 08000900 hrs Plaza Ballroom
technologies are opening up new missions and beginning
to revolutionize traditional missions. Engage with many of Innovation and Disruption Opportunities for Civil
the pioneers in the field, make new connections, hear the and Military Transport Acquisitions & Operations
latest from regulators and researchers, and learn how electric
propulsion may impact your job and your everyday life. Panelists will provide their perspectives on how innovation and
disruption are changing their operations, as well as strategies for
For program updates, visit www.aviation.aiaa.org/ future operations and acquisitions. Sustainability of aviation as a
ElectricFlight viable and affordable mode of transportation requires disruptive
*This workshop and expo require a separate registration fee. It technologies that provide positive benefits, such as reduced
is included in the registration fees as indicated. fuel consumption, reduced emissions, and cost-competitive
supersonic capability. Civil transport operators are looking for
more efficient aircraft that meet regulatory standards at lower
Wednesday, 7 June operating costs. They also may be looking for more efficiency
from the entire air transportation system, innovations in
14001600 hrs Grand Ballroom I avionics that enhance safety or crew-airplane interactions, or
improvements to the cabin systems that enhance the passenger
Aircraft Electric Propulsion: Transforming Aviation experience. Both military and civilian operators are examining
Panelists will discuss how aircraft electric propulsion is the benefits of these new technologies.
enabling change in aviation as we know it. Moderator: Scott Fancher, Senior Vice President, Program
Moderator: Andrew R. Gibson, President, Business Development/ Management, Integration & Development Programs, The
Aerospace Engineer, Empirical Systems Aerospace Boeing Company
Panelists: Panelists:
Mike Hirschberg, Executive Director, AHS InternationalThe Naveed Hussain, Vice President, Aeromechanics Technology,
Vertical Flight Technical Society The Boeing Company
Amy Jankovsky, Subproject Manager, Hybrid Gas-Electric Aaron Robinson, Senior Manager, Environmental Strategy and
Propulsion, NASA Glenn Research Center Sustainability, United Airlines
Matt Knapp, Founder and Aero CTO, Zunum Aero Donna Senft, Chief Scientist, Air Mobility Command, U.S. Air
Joseph Oldham, Director, San Joaquin Valley Clean Force
Transportation Center, CALSTART
09301200 hrs Grand Ballroom II
16301700 hrs Grand Ballroom II
Electric Aircraft Prototyping
Transformational Electric Flight Workshop and Speakers:
Expo Overview Tine Tomai, Director of R&D, Pipistrel
Geoffrey Bower, Chief Engineer, A^3 by Airbus Group
17001730 hrs Grand Ballroom II
Sean Clarke, Principal Investigator for NASAs X-57 Maxwell
Transformative Electric Flight Workshop experimental aircraft and Advanced Systems Development
Engineer, NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center
Introduction & Updates Francesco Giannini, Aircraft Designer, Advanced Concepts,
Speaker: Michael Dudley, Director, NASA Aeronautics Research Aurora Flight Sciences
Institute David Josephson, Engineer/CEO, Josephson Engineering, Inc.

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Intro
Transformational Electric Flight Workshop and Expo
12001330 hrs Grand Ballroom II
Friday, 9 June
Urban VTOL Panel Discussion Luncheon 08000900 hrs Plaza Ballroom
Moderator: Brian J. German, Associate Professor, Daniel
Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Urban On-Demand Aerial Ridesharing The
Institute of Technology Next Commercial Aviation Market
Speakers: Speaker: Mark D. Moore, Director of Aviation, Uber
JoeBen Bevirt, Founder, Joby Aviation Engineering
Geoffrey Bower, Chief Engineer, A^3 by Airbus Group
Gregory J. Bowles, Vice President, Global Innovation & Policy,
General Aviation Manufacturers Association Energy Storage Technologies
Mark D. Moore, Director of Aviation, Uber Engineering 09301200 hrs Grand Ballroom II
Tine Tomai, Director of R&D, Pipistrel Speakers:
David Josephson, Engineer/CEO, Josephson Engineering, Inc.
Nick Borer, Advanced Air Vehicle Configurator Technical
Lead, Aeronautics Systems Analysis Branch, NASA Langley
1400 1600 hrs Grand Ballroom II Research Center
Randy Dunn, Vice President, Engineering and Co-founder,
Transformative Vertical Flight Workshop Breakout Electric Power Systems
Sessions Jun Liu, Director of the Energy Processes and Materials
Division, Energy and Environment Directorate, Pacific
Northwest National Laboratory
1630 1730 hrs South Convention Lobby
12001300 hrs Grand Ballroom II
Transformative Vertical Flight Workshop
Reception Transformative Vertical Flight Workshop Luncheon
Speaker: Paul Brooks, Managing Director, Prismatic Ltd.

13001530 hrs Grand Ballroom II

Certification Panel Discussion


Panelists will discuss changes to the FAAs Part 23 regulations
as well as consensus standards development efforts and what
they mean for electric flight.
Speakers:
Gregory J. Bowles, Vice President, Global Innovation & Policy,
General Aviation Manufacturers Association
Tom Gunnarson, Lead of Regulatory Affairs, Zee.Aero
Matt Knapp, Founder and Aero CTO, Zunum Aero
Wes Ryan, Manager, Programs and Procedures (Advanced
Technology), Small Airplane Directorate, Federal Aviation
Administration

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ITAR Restricted Sessions
Intro
AIAA offers individuals the opportunity to present information that is covered by the U.S. International Traffic
in Arms Regulations (ITAR), in U.S. Only sessions during the forum. These sessions provide an opportunity
for discussion of topics and presentations that is not possible in an open session.

Featured ITAR Technical Sessions are Located in Availability of Manuscripts from ITAR Sessions
Savoy, at the Sheraton Denver Downtown For those who are registered to attend the ITAR sessions, a
DVD containing the papers from the ITAR sessions will be
available for purchase onsite during the forum for $25. Those
Thursday, 8 June purchasing the DVD must be available to pick it up on Friday,
ITAR-01 Unmanned Aircraft Design 09301230 hrs 9 June 2017, between 11001300 hrs at the ITAR Registration
Desk. All DVDs must be picked up in person. There will be
ITAR-02 Aerodynamic Database 14001730 hrs
no sale or distribution of these papers after the event. Note
Modeling and Topics in CFD this forum has a no paper, no podium and no podium, no
Friday, 9 June paper policy and it is therefore not possible to get all papers
ITAR-03 Flow Control, Flight Testing 09301230 hrs until after the last presentation has occurred.
and Other Topics
Session Admittance
ITAR Session Specifics ITAR badges must be worn during the sessions.
Photo IDs and ITAR badges will be checked upon entrance to
the ITAR session room(s).
Access to ITAR Sessions
All attendees, presenters, and session chairs participating
in ITAR sessions will need to register for the forum (using
one of the options that includes access to sessions), and then
complete the ITAR registration process, including validating
U.S. citizenship as well as government or contractor status. The
following are the documents required to register for the ITAR
sessions:
Proof of U.S. Citizenship (Required by all)
One of the following is required for those registering for
ITAR sessions
Valid U.S. passport
Birth certificate
Certificate of citizenship
CAC cards are not proof of U.S. citizenship
And one of the following:
U.S. Government Attendees*
AIAA AVIATION forum badge
Proof of U.S. citizenship
CAC card or other proof of government
employment
Non-U.S. Government Attendees
*Please note that if your paycheck comes from someone other than the U.S.
AIAA AVIATION forum badge government, for example a university, you will need to follow the process of the
Proof of U.S. citizenship Non-U.S. Government Attendees.
Corporate badge, or business card and photo ID ** If you are not familiar with the DD2345, please check with your corporate
Copy of approved and active DD2345 contractor security officer.
certificate** ^^ ^^DD2345 certificates are office location specific.
~CAC cards are not proof of U.S. citizenship.

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Technical Sessions at a Glance
Intro
Abbreviation Title Date Start Time Location
Aeroacoustics
7-AA-1 Acoustic/Fluid Dynamic Interactions I: Propagation and Feedback 5-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 7
8-AA-2 Active Noise Control 5-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 6
9-AA-3 Airframe/High-Lift Noise I: Nose Landing Gear 5-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 4
10-AA-4 Airframe/High-Lift Noise II: Main Landing Gear 5-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 5
11-AA-5 CAA I: Landing Gear/Jet 5-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 8
12-AA-6 Duct Acoustics I: Liners 5-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 10
13-AA-7 Jet Noise I: Supersonic 5-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 12
14-AA-8 Turbomachinery Noise I: Tonal Noise 5-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 11
46-AA-9 Airframe/High-Lift Noise III: Trailing Edge Noise - General 5-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 4
47-AA-10 CAA II: Methods 5-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 8
48-AA-11 Duct Acoustics II: Impedance Eduction 5-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 10
49-AA-12 General Acoustics 5-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 7
50-AA-13 Integration Effects and Flight Acoustics 5-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 17
51-AA-14 Interior Noise/Structural Acoustics 5-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 5
52-AA-15 Jet Noise II: CFD Supersonic 5-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 12
53-AA-16 Turbomachinery Noise II 5-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 11
87-LECT-2 Aeroacoustics Lecture 5-Jun 1730 hrs Governor's Square 14
94-AA-17 Acoustic/Fluid Dynamic Interactions II 6-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 7
95-AA-18 Airframe/High-Lift Noise IV: High Lift Systems 6-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 4
96-AA-19 CAA III: Airfoils 6-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 8
97-AA-20 Duct Acoustics III: Liners 6-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 10
98-AA-21 Jet Noise III: Wavepackets I 6-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 12
99-AA-22 Turbomachinery Noise III 6-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 11
135-AA-23 Acoustic/Fluid Dynamic Interactions III: Leading Edge Serrations 6-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 10
136-AA-24 Airframe/High-Lift Noise V: Trailing Edge Noise Reduction 6-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 4
137-AA-25 CAA IV: Boundary Conditions 6-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 8
138-AA-26 CAA V: Integral Methods 6-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 7
139-AA-27 Jet Noise IV: Experiments Supersonic I 6-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 12
140-AA-28 Jet Noise V: Surfaces/Integration 6-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 11
141-AA-29 Propeller, Rotorcraft and V/STOL Noise I 6-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 5
175-LECT-5 Aeroacoustics Lecture 6-Jun 1730 hrs Grand Ballroom I
183-AA-30 Acoustic/Fluid Dynamic Interactions IV: Wall Bounded Flows with/ 7-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 7
without Acoustic Treatment
184-AA-31 Airframe/High-Lift Noise VI: Flap Related Noise 7-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 4
185-AA-32 CAA VI 7-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 8
186-AA-33 Duct Acoustics IV 7-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 10
187-AA-34 Jet Noise VI: Statistics 7-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 12
188-AA-35/ATIO.TFPC-5 Small Propeller-Rotor Noise I 7-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 5
189-AA-36 Turbomachinery Noise IV: Broadband Noise 7-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 11
190-AA-55 Array Methods Panel 7-Jun 0930 hrs Capitol
224-AA-37 Advanced Testing Techniques I 7-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 7
225-AA-38 CAA VII 7-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 8

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Technical Sessions at a Glance
Intro
Abbreviation Title Date Start Time Location
Aeroacoustics
226-AA-39 Jet Noise VII: CFD Subsonic 7-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 12
227-AA-40 Jet Noise VIII: Experiments 7-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 10
228-AA-41 Propeller, Rotorcraft and V/STOL Noise II 7-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 5
229-AA-42 Turbomachinery Noise V 7-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 11
274-AA-43 Airframe/High-Lift Noise VII: Flight Demonstration 8-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 4
275-AA-44 CAA VIII: Fan/Core/Liner 8-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 8
276-AA-45 Duct Acoustics V 8-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 11
277-AA-46 Jet Noise IX: Experiments Supersonic II 8-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 10
278-AA-47 Jet Noise X: Wavepackets III 8-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 12
279-AA-48/ATIO.TFPC-7 Small Propeller-Rotor Noise II 8-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 5
280-AA-49 Fan Broadband Noise Prediction 8-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 14
313-AA-50 Acoustic/Fluid Dynamic Interactions V: Trailing Edge Serrations 8-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 7
314-AA-51 Advanced Testing Techniques II 8-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 11
315-AA-52 CAA IX: Methods 8-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 8
316-AA-53 Duct Acoustics VI: Liners 8-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 10
317-AA-54 Jet Noise XI: Analysis 8-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 12
Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems
15-ADS-1 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Seminar 5-Jun 0930 hrs Majestic Ballroom
54-ADS-2 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Precision Aerial Delivery I 5-Jun 1400 hrs Majestic Ballroom
55-ADS-3 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Orion Parachute System 5-Jun 1400 hrs Vail
100-ADS-4/BAL-3/LTA-1 Aerodynamic Decelerator, Balloons, and Lighter-than-Air Combined 6-Jun 0930 hrs Majestic Ballroom
Session
142-ADS-5 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Aerial Delivery 6-Jun 1400 hrs Savoy
143-ADS-6 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Simulation 6-Jun 1400 hrs Vail
191-ADS-7 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Precision Aerial Delivery II 7-Jun 0930 hrs Majestic Ballroom
192-ADS-8 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Space Systems I 7-Jun 0930 hrs Vail
230-ADS-9 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Precision Aerial Delivery III 7-Jun 1400 hrs Majestic Ballroom
231-ADS-10 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Materials and Testing 7-Jun 1400 hrs Vail
281-ADS-11 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Plenary and Panel 8-Jun 0930 hrs Majestic Ballroom
318-ADS-12 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Instrumentation and Materials 8-Jun 1400 hrs Majestic Ballroom
319-ADS-13 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Space Systems II 8-Jun 1400 hrs Vail
Atmospheric Flight Mechanics
101-AFM-1 Aircraft Flight Dynamics I 6-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 17
144-AFM-2 Aircraft Flight Dynamics II 6-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 17
193-AFM-3 Unmanned Aerial Systems I 7-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 17
232-AFM-4 Unmanned Aerial Systems II 7-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 17
233-AFM-5/FT-5 Flight Testing and System Identification 7-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 15
282-AFM-6 Angle-of-Attack and Sideslip Angle Technologies for General Aviation 8-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 17
Flight Safety (Invited)
320-AFM-7 Launch Vehicle, Entry Vehicle, and Projectile Flight Dynamics 8-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 17
358-AFM-8 Aeroservoelastic (ASE) Methods 9-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 17

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Technical Sessions at a Glance
Intro
Abbreviation Title Date Start Time Location
Aerodynamic Measurement Technology
16-AMT-1 Recent Developments Towards 4-D Measurements (3-Space + 1-Time) 5-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row E
in Reacting and Non-Reacting Flows
56-AMT-2 MEMS and Novel Sensors 5-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row E
57-AMT-3/FD-5 Advanced Measurement Capability Needs for Understanding 5-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 14
Hypersonic Laminar-to-Turbulent Transition
102-AMT-4 Advancements in Shear Stress Measurements (Invited) 6-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row E
145-AMT-5 Flow Visualization, Particle Measurements, and Data Acquisition 6-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row E
Methods
176-LECT-6 Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Award Lecture 6-Jun 1730 hrs Director's Row E
194-AMT-6 Surface Pressure Measurements 7-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row E
234-AMT-7 Gas Scalar Measurements, Molecular Tagging Velocimetry, and 7-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row E
Thermometry
283-AMT-8 Volumetric Measurement Techniques 8-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row E
321-AMT-9/GT-6 The Application of Thermal Anemometer Technologies in Transonic 8-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row E
Flows
Applied Aerodynamics
17-APA-1 Vortex/Vortical Flow Applications I 5-Jun 0930 hrs Century
18-APA-2 Flow Control Applications and Demonstrations I 5-Jun 0930 hrs Silver
19-APA-3 Special Session: Low Boom Activities I 5-Jun 0930 hrs Windows
20-APA-4 Rotorcraft Aerodynamics 5-Jun 0930 hrs Colorado
21-APA-5 Aerodynamic Design: Analysis, Methodologies, and Optimization 5-Jun 0930 hrs Gold
Techniques I
58-APA-6 Vortex/Vortical Flow Applications II 5-Jun 1400 hrs Century
59-APA-7 Flow Control Applications and Demonstrations II 5-Jun 1400 hrs Silver
60-APA-8 Special Session: Carriage and Store Separation 5-Jun 1400 hrs Colorado
61-APA-9 Special Session: Low Boom Activities II 5-Jun 1400 hrs Windows
62-APA-10 Aerodynamic Design: Analysis, Methodologies, and Optimization 5-Jun 1400 hrs Gold
Techniques II
82-TFM-2/APA-11 Supersonic and Hypersonic Flows 5-Jun 1400 hrs Spruce
86-LECT-1 Aerodynamics Award Lecture 5-Jun 1630 hrs Grand Ballroom I
103-APA-12 Weapons Aerodynamics: Missile/Projectile/Guided-Munitions 6-Jun 0930 hrs Colorado
104-APA-13 Transonic and Supersonic Aerodynamics 6-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court A
105-APA-14 Flapping Flight Applications 6-Jun 0930 hrs Century
106-APA-15 Aerodynamic Design: Analysis, Methodologies, and Optimization 6-Jun 0930 hrs Gold
Techniques III
107-APA-16/FD-11 Active Flow Control: Historical Implementation and the Future 6-Jun 0930 hrs Silver
Challenge Workshop (Invited)
146-APA-17 High Angle of Attack and High Lift Aerodynamics 6-Jun 1400 hrs Century
147-APA-18 Flow Control Applications and Demonstrations III 6-Jun 1400 hrs Silver
148-APA-19 Propeller Aerodynamics I 6-Jun 1400 hrs Colorado
149-APA-20 Aerodynamic Design: Analysis, Methodologies, and Optimization 6-Jun 1400 hrs Gold
Techniques IV
150-APA-21 Special Session: Historically Significant Papers in Applied 6-Jun 1400 hrs Windows
Aerodynamics (Invited)

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Abbreviation Title Date Start Time Location
Applied Aerodynamics
159-CFD-12/APA-22 Numerical Simulations of FSI 6-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court B
195-APA-23 Innovative Aerodynamic Concepts 7-Jun 0930 hrs Gold
196-APA-24 Propeller Aerodynamics II 7-Jun 0930 hrs Colorado
197-APA-25 Low Speed, Low Reynolds Number Aerodynamics 7-Jun 0930 hrs Century
198-APA-26 Special Session: Aerodynamic Design Optimization I 7-Jun 0930 hrs Silver
208-CFD-16/FD-21/APA-27 Numerical Simulations of Turbulent and Unsteady Flows 7-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court C
221-TFM-7/APA-28 Multi-Phase Flows 7-Jun 0930 hrs Spruce
235-APA-29 Unsteady Aerodynamics 7-Jun 1400 hrs Century
236-APA-30 Flow Control Applications and Demonstrations IV 7-Jun 1400 hrs Silver
237-APA-31 Propeller Aerodynamics III 7-Jun 1400 hrs Colorado
238-APA-32 Solar and Electric Propulsion Aircraft Applications 7-Jun 1400 hrs Gold
247-CFD-22/APA-33 Numerical Simulations of Unsteady Aerodynamics 7-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court B
284-APA-34 Wind Turbine Aerodynamics I 8-Jun 0930 hrs Colorado
285-APA-35 Aerodynamic Testing: Wind-tunnel and Flight Testing I 8-Jun 0930 hrs Gold
286-APA-36 Special Session: Aerodynamic Design Optimization II 8-Jun 0930 hrs Silver
289-ATIO.ACD-8/APA-37 Sailplane Aerodynamics 8-Jun 0930 hrs Century
322-APA-38 Wind Turbine Aerodynamics II 8-Jun 1400 hrs Colorado
323-APA-39 Aerodynamic-Structural Dynamics Interaction I 8-Jun 1400 hrs Century
324-APA-40 Aerodynamic Testing: Wind-Tunnel and Flight Testing II 8-Jun 1400 hrs Gold
325-APA-41 Applied CFD and Numerical Correlations with Experimental Data I 8-Jun 1400 hrs Silver
359-APA-42 Aerodynamic-Structural Dynamics Interaction II 9-Jun 0930 hrs Century
360-APA-43 Special Session: Aerodynamic Design Optimization III 9-Jun 0930 hrs Silver
384-APA-44 Aerodynamic-Structural Dynamics Interaction III 9-Jun 1400 hrs Century
385-APA-45 Applied CFD and Numerical Correlations with Experimental Data II 9-Jun 1400 hrs Silver
386-APA-46 Airfoil/Wing/Configuration Aerodynamics 9-Jun 1400 hrs Gold
Atmospheric and Space Environments
22-ASE-1 Observations and Modeling of the Atmospheric Environment 5-Jun 0930 hrs Columbine
63-ASE-2/FD-6 Dynamics of Aircraft Wake Vortices: A Continuing Journey Longer 5-Jun 1400 hrs Columbine
Than a Half Century (Invited)
108-ASE-3 Ice Accretion Modeling 6-Jun 0930 hrs Columbine
151-ASE-4 Ice Roughness and Heat Transfer 6-Jun 1400 hrs Columbine
199-ASE-5 Deicing and Icing CFD 7-Jun 0930 hrs Columbine
239-ASE-6 Experimental Methods for Icing Applications 7-Jun 1400 hrs Columbine
287-ASE-7 Engine Ice Crystal Icing 8-Jun 0930 hrs Columbine
326-ASE-8 Wake Vortex and Turbulence I 8-Jun 1400 hrs Beverly
327-ASE-9 Fundamentals of Engine Ice Crystal Icing 8-Jun 1400 hrs Columbine
361-ASE-10 Wake Vortex and Turbulence II 9-Jun 0930 hrs Beverly
362-ASE-11 Icing Aerodynamics 9-Jun 0930 hrs Columbine
387-ASE-12 Weather Impacts To National Airspace, Unmanned Aerial System 9-Jun 1400 hrs Beverly
388-ASE-13 SLD Icing and Droplet Dynamics 9-Jun 1400 hrs Columbine

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Intro
Abbreviation Title Date Start Time Location
Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations
23-ATIO.ACD-1 Aircraft Subsystems Design 5-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 16
24-ATIO.ATM-1 UAS Traffic Management (UTM) 5-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 1
25-ATIO.ATM-2 Machine Learning In ATM 5-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 2
26-ATIO.TFPC-1 On-Demand Mobility I: Operations and Airspace 5-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 15
64-ATIO.ACD-2 Aircraft En Route Performance 5-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 16
65-ATIO.ATM-3 UAS Traffic Management (UTM) Safety 5-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 1
66-ATIO.ATM-4 Human Factors in ATM 5-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 2
67-ATIO.TFPC-2/ATIO.GA-1 On-Demand Mobility II: Thin-Haul Aviation Markets and Operations 5-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 15
109-ATIO.ACD-3 Aircraft Ground and Field Performance 6-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 16
110-ATIO.ATM-5 Weather Impact I 6-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 1
111-ATIO.ATM-6 ATM Trajectory Optimization 6-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 2
112-ATIO.GA-2 Inflight Loss of Control Mitigation for Light Aircraft 6-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 5
113-ATIO.TFPC-3/ATIO. On-Demand Mobility III: VTOL and V/STOL Concepts and 6-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 15
VSTOL-1 Technologies
152-ATIO.ACD-4 Aircraft System Design Studies 6-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 16
153-ATIO.ATM-7 Weather Impact II 6-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 1
154-ATIO.ATM-8 ATM Performance and Benefits 6-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 2
155-ATIO.TFPC-4 Transformational Aircraft Technologies 6-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 15
188-AA-35/ATIO.TFPC-5 Small Propeller-Rotor Noise I 7-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 5
200-ATIO.ACD-5 Aircraft Performance, Stability and Control 7-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 16
201-ATIO.ATM-9 Environmental Impact 7-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 1
202-ATIO.ATM-10 ATM Analysis 7-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 2
203-ATIO.GA-3 Trends in General Aviation Safety 7-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 3
204-ATIO.TFPC-6/FT-4 NASA X-57 Technologies and Design 7-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 15
240-ATIO.ATM-11 Future ATM Concepts 7-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 2
241-ATIO.ATM-12 UAS Operations I 7-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 1
242-ATIO.DE-1/ATIO. Design Tools and Optimization 7-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 16
ACD-6
265-ATIO.ATM-25 Airspace Technology Demonstration 3 (ATD-3) Applied Traffic Flow 7-Jun 1730 hrs Plaza Court 2
Management
279-AA-48/ATIO.TFPC-7 Small Propeller-Rotor Noise II 8-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 5
288-ATIO.ACD-7 CADWG 21 - Concept Design Tools and Processes for Bespoke, 8-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 16
Traditional and Truly Mass Produced Aircraft
289-ATIO.ACD-8/APA-37 Sailplane Aerodynamics 8-Jun 0930 hrs Century
290-ATIO.ATM-13 En Route Operations 8-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 3
291-ATIO.ATM-14 ATM Systems I 8-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 2
292-ATIO.TFPC-8/ATIO. UAS Missions, Concepts, and Technologies 8-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 15
USPC-1
328-ATIO.ACD-9 Requirements Definition in Aircraft Design 8-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 16
329-ATIO.ATM-16 Terminal and Surface Operations I 8-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 3
330-ATIO.ATM-17 ATM Systems II 8-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 2
331-ATIO.ATM-18 UAS Operations II 8-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 1
332-ATIO.TFPC-9/ATIO. Overview of NASA Convergent Aeronautic Solutions (CAS) Project 8-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 15
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Abbreviation Title Date Start Time Location
Aviation Technology, Integration, and Operations
363-ATIO.ACD-10 Unconventional Missions and Structures 9-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 16
364-ATIO.ATM-19 UAS Sense and Avoid I 9-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 1
365-ATIO.ATM-20 Operational Safety I 9-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 2
366-ATIO.ATM-21 Terminal and Surface Operations II 9-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 3
367-ATIO.DE-2 Design Processes and Education 9-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 11
389-ATIO.ATM-22 UAS Sense and Avoid II 9-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 1
390-ATIO.ATM-23 Trajectory Management 9-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 3
391-ATIO.ATM-24 Operational Safety II 9-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 2
Balloon Systems
27-BAL-1 Balloon Programs and Operations 5-Jun 0930 hrs Savoy
68-BAL-2 Balloon Flight Performance 5-Jun 1400 hrs Savoy
100-ADS-4/BAL-3/LTA-1 Aerodynamic Decelerator, Balloons, and Lighter-than-Air Combined 6-Jun 0930 hrs Majestic Ballroom
Session
156-BAL-4/LTA-2 Balloon and Lighter-Than-Air Combined Session 6-Jun 1400 hrs Majestic Ballroom
205-BAL-5 Balloon Flight Considerations 7-Jun 0930 hrs Savoy
Complex Aerospace Systems Exchange
114-CASE-1 Model-Based Systems Engineering 6-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 14
157-CASE-2 Incremental/Agile MethodsFit for Demands of Complex Aerospace 6-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 14
Systems?
206-CASE-3 Adaptive Verification and Validation (V&V) 7-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 14
243-CASE-4 Complex Adaptive Systems Approaches to Cybersecurity 7-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 14
350-CASE-5 Complexity in Aviation Roundtable 8-Jun 1600 hrs Governor's Square 14
Computational Fluid Dynamics
28-CFD-1 High-Order Methods 5-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court D
29-CFD-2 Optimization for Mesh Adaptation 5-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court C
30-CFD-3 Meshing I 5-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court B
69-CFD-4 High-Order Finite Volume Methods 5-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court D
70-CFD-5 Numerical Methodologies for DNS and LES 5-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court C
71-CFD-6 Mesh Adaptation 5-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court B
115-CFD-7/FD-12/TFM-3 Future of Fluids Series: Visions for Next-Generation CFD and 6-Jun 0930 hrs Windows
Turbulence Modeling
116-CFD-8 High-Order Methods for Advection-Diffusion Equations 6-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court D
117-CFD-9 Numerical Methodologies for FSI Simulations 6-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court C
118-CFD-10 Meshing II 6-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court B
158-CFD-11/FD-17 Numerical Simulations of Turbulent Flows Using DNS and LES 6-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court C
159-CFD-12/APA-22 Numerical Simulations of FSI 6-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court B
160-CFD-13 Boundary and Interface Treatments 6-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court A
161-CFD-14 Data-Driven Approaches for Modeling and Parameter Estimation 6-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court D
162-CFD-41 CFD Flow Visualization Showcase 6-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
207-CFD-15 Special Session: Capabilities and Challenges In CFD I: Academia, 7-Jun 0930 hrs Windows
Government, and Industry Perspectives
208-CFD-16/FD-21/APA-27 Numerical Simulations of Turbulent and Unsteady Flows 7-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court C
209-CFD-17 Numerical Approaches for Analyzing Multiscale Flows 7-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court D
210-CFD-18 Meshing and Visualization 7-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court B

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Intro
Abbreviation Title Date Start Time Location
Computational Fluid Dynamics
244-CFD-19 Special Session: Towards Industrial LES and DNS for Aeronautics 7-Jun 1400 hrs Windows
245-CFD-20 High-Order Discontinuous Galerkin Methods 7-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court D
246-CFD-21 Turbulence Modeling I: RANS, PANS, LES 7-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court C
247-CFD-22/APA-33 Numerical Simulations of Unsteady Aerodynamics 7-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court B
293-CFD-23 Special Session: Recent Advances in Adjoint-Based Methods for CFD 8-Jun 0930 hrs Windows
294-CFD-24 Shock Capturing I 8-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court D
295-CFD-25 Error Estimation 8-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court B
296-CFD-26 Optimization and Design Using CFD 8-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court C
333-CFD-27 High-Order Finite Element Methods 8-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court D
334-CFD-28 Turbulence Modeling II: Rans and Hybrid Approaches 8-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court C
335-CFD-29/TP-7 Multiphase Flows and Heat Transfer Simulations I 8-Jun 1400 hrs Denver
336-CFD-30 Methodologies for Simulations on Complex Meshes 8-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court B
368-CFD-31 Special Session: Recent Advances in Model Reduction Approaches for CFD 9-Jun 0930 hrs Windows
369-CFD-32 Shock Capturing II 9-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court D
370-CFD-34 Lagrangian and Particle Methods 9-Jun 0930 hrs Denver
371-CFD-35 Parallel Computing Methodologies I 9-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court B
372-CFD-36 Optimization Techniques for CFD 9-Jun 0930 hrs Gold
392-CFD-37 High-Order Finite Difference Schemes 9-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court D
393-CFD-38/TP-11 Chemically Reacting Flow Simulations and Methods 9-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court C
394-CFD-39/TP-12 Multiphase Flows and Heat Transfer Simulations II 9-Jun 1400 hrs Denver
395-CFD-40 Parallel Computing Methodologies II 9-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court B
Computer Systems
31-CPS-1 Advances in Computer Systems for Aviation 5-Jun 0930 hrs Vail
Fluid Dynamics
33-FD-1 Boundary Layer Control 5-Jun 0930 hrs Capitol
34-FD-2 Shock Boundary Interactions I 5-Jun 0930 hrs Beverly
35-FD-3 Unsteady Fluid Dynamics and Unsteady Aerodynamics I 5-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court A
36-FD-4 Special Session: HIFiRE-5b Flight Test Results 5-Jun 0930 hrs Terrace
57-AMT-3/FD-5 Advanced Measurement Capability Needs for Understanding 5-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 14
Hypersonic Laminar-to-Turbulent Transition
63-ASE-2/FD-6 Dynamics of Aircraft Wake Vortices: A Continuing Journey Longer 5-Jun 1400 hrs Columbine
Than a Half Century (Invited)
73-FD-7 Experimental Studies or Numerical Simulations I 5-Jun 1400 hrs Beverly
74-FD-8 Fluidic/Jet Based Flow Control 5-Jun 1400 hrs Capitol
75-FD-9 Separation Control 5-Jun 1400 hrs Terrace
76-FD-10 Unsteady Fluid Dynamics and Unsteady Aerodynamics II 5-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court A
88-LECT-3 Fluid Dynamics Award Lecture 5-Jun 1730 hrs Grand Ballroom I
107-APA-16/FD-11 Active Flow Control: Historical Implementation and the Future 6-Jun 0930 hrs Silver
Challenge Workshop (Invited)
115-CFD-7/FD-12/TFM-3 Future of Fluids Series: Visions for Next-Generation CFD and 6-Jun 0930 hrs Windows
Turbulence Modeling
121-FD-13/TFM-4 Boundary Layer Stability and Transition 6-Jun 0930 hrs Terrace
122-FD-14 New Models for High-Speed Flows 6-Jun 0930 hrs Capitol
123-FD-15 Multiphysics and Cross-Disciplinary Fluid Dynamics I 6-Jun 0930 hrs Beverly
124-FD-16 Transition Open Forum 6-Jun 0930 hrs Vail

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Intro
Abbreviation Title Date Start Time Location
Fluid Dynamics
158-CFD-11/FD-17 Numerical Simulations of Turbulent Flows Using DNS and LES 6-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court C
164-FD-18 High Speed Laminar-Turbulent Transition I 6-Jun 1400 hrs Terrace
165-FD-19 Experimental Studies or Numerical Simulations II 6-Jun 1400 hrs Beverly
166-FD-20 Low-Re Flows and Bio-Inspired Flows 6-Jun 1400 hrs Capitol
208-CFD-16/FD-21/APA-27 Numerical Simulations of Turbulent and Unsteady Flows 7-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court C
212-FD-22 Experimental Studies or Numerical Simulations III 7-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court A
213-FD-23 Multiphysics and Cross-Disciplinary Fluid Dynamics II 7-Jun 0930 hrs Beverly
214-FD-24 Special Session: Research Frontiers in Bio-Inspired Propulsion I 7-Jun 0930 hrs Terrace
249-FD-25 Applications of Fluid Mechanics 7-Jun 1400 hrs Capitol
250-FD-26 Experimental Studies or Numerical Simulations IV 7-Jun 1400 hrs Beverly
251-FD-27 Special Topics in Fluid Dynamics 7-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court A
252-FD-28 Special Session: Research Frontiers in Bio-inspired Propulsion II 7-Jun 1400 hrs Terrace
298-FD-29 Stall and Wake Control 8-Jun 0930 hrs Beverly
299-FD-30 Supersonic and Hypersonics Flows 8-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court A
300-FD-31 Special Session: NASA's Revolutionary Computational Aerosciences 8-Jun 0930 hrs Terrace
338-FD-32 Three-Dimensional Boundary-Layer Instability 8-Jun 1400 hrs Terrace
339-FD-33 Modal Analysis: Applications and New Approaches (Invited) 8-Jun 1400 hrs Windows
340-FD-34 High Speed Flow Control 8-Jun 1400 hrs Capitol
341-FD-35 Shock Boundary Interactions II 8-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court A
374-FD-37 Subsonic Boundary-Layer Receptivity and Instability 9-Jun 0930 hrs Terrace
375-FD-38 Experimental Studies or Numerical Simulations V 9-Jun 0930 hrs Tower Court A
396-FD-39 Surface Features in High-Speed Transition 9-Jun 1400 hrs Terrace
397-FD-40 High Speed Laminar-Turbulent Transition II 9-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court A
Flight Testing
37-FT-1 Flight Testing of Unmanned Aircraft Systems 5-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row J
125-FT-2 Flight Test Airworthiness Workshop 6-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row J
167-FT-3 Flight Testing 6-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row J
204-ATIO.TFPC-6/FT-4 NASA X-57 Technologies and Design 7-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 15
233-AFM-5/FT-5 Flight Testing and System Identification 7-Jun 1400 hrs Governor's Square 15
352-LECT-10 Chanute Flight Test Award Lecture 8-Jun 1730 hrs Grand Ballroom I
Ground Testing
38-GT-1 NASA Aeronautics Evaluation and Test Capabilities Project 5-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 17
77-GT-2 Data Acquisition, Modeling, and Simulation 5-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row J
215-GT-3/TP-5 Collaborative Efforts in Ground-Based Experiments and Modeling 7-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row J
(Invited)
253-GT-4 Hypersonics Ground Testing 7-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row J
301-GT-5 Subsonic Ground Testing 8-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row J
321-AMT-9/GT-6 The Application of Thermal Anemometer Technologies in Transonic Flows 8-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row E
342-GT-7 Transonic/Supersonic Ground Testing 8-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row J
376-GT-8 Balances and Mass Properties Measurement 9-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row J
398-GT-9 High Enthalpy Ground Testing 9-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row J
Intelligent Systems
254-IS-1 Intelligent Systems and Autonomy 7-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 3

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Abbreviation Title Date Start Time Location
ITAR Restricted Sessions
302-ITAR-1 Unmanned Aircraft Design 8-Jun 0930 hrs Savoy
343-ITAR-2 Aerodynamic Database Modeling and Topics in CFD 8-Jun 1400 hrs Savoy
377-ITAR-3 Flow Control, Flight Testing and Other Topics 9-Jun 0930 hrs Savoy
Lighter-Than-Air Systems
100-ADS-4/BAL-3/LTA-1 Aerodynamic Decelerator, Balloons, and Lighter-than-Air Combined Session 6-Jun 0930 hrs Majestic Ballroom
156-BAL-4/LTA-2 Balloon and Lighter-Than-Air Combined Session 6-Jun 1400 hrs Majestic Ballroom
255-LTA-3 LTA Engineering and Design 7-Jun 1400 hrs Savoy
303-LTA-4 Airship Development 8-Jun 0930 hrs Vail
Multidisciplinary Analysis and Optimization
39-MDO-1 Aerodynamic Shape Optimization I 5-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row I
40-MDO-2 Design Optimization of Complex Engineered System I 5-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row H
78-MDO-3 Aerodynamic Shape Optimization II 5-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row I
79-MDO-4 Design Optimization of Complex Engineered Systems II 5-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row H
126-MDO-5 Aerodynamic Shape Optimization III 6-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row I
127-MDO-9 Selected Papers Panel 6-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row H
168-MDO-7 Shape and Topology Optimization 6-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row I
169-MDO-8 Emerging Methods, Algorithms and Software Development II 6-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row H
216-MDO-6 Emerging Methods, Algorithms and Software Development I 7-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row I
217-MDO-10 Non-Deterministic Design Methods and Applications 7-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row H
256-MDO-11 Aerodynamic Shape Optimization IV 7-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row I
257-MDO-12 Aircraft Design Optimization I 7-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row H
266-LECT-8 Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Award Lecture 7-Jun 1730 hrs Windows
304-MDO-13 Emerging Methods - The AGILE Project 8-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 7
305-MDO-14 Aeroelastic and Aero-Structures Optimization I 8-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row I
306-MDO-15 Aircraft Design Optimization II 8-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row H
344-MDO-16 Aeroelastic and Aero-Structures Optimization II 8-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row I
345-MDO-17 Aircraft Design Optimization III 8-Jun 1400 hrs Director's Row H
378-MDO-18 Metamodeling and Approximation Methods 9-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row I
379-MDO-19 Aircraft Design Optimization IV 9-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row H
Modeling and Simulation Technologies
41-MST-1 Modeling and Simulation for Unmanned Aerial Systems 5-Jun 0930 hrs Governor's Square 14
80-MST-2 Modeling and Simulation for the Air Transportation System 5-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 6
128-MST-3 Simulator Motion Cueing 6-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 6
170-MST-4 Human Factors, Perception, and Cueing 6-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 6
218-MST-5 Modeling and Simulation Issues for Aerodynamics and Propulsion 7-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 6
258-MST-6 Flight Control Modeling and Simulation 7-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 6
307-MST-7 Environmental Effects and Surprise in Simulation 8-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 6
346-MST-8 Multidisciplinary Modeling and Simulation Applications 8-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 6
380-MST-9 Simulator Hardware and Predictions 9-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 6
399-MST-10 Simulator Architecture, Delays, and Qualification 9-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 6
National Institute of Aerospace
381-NIA-1 Graduate Student Research Papers - Hosted by the National Institute of 9-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row E
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Intro
Abbreviation Title Date Start Time Location
Plasmadynamics and Lasers
42-PDL-1 Plasma and Laser Physics 5-Jun 0930 hrs Denver
81-PDL-2 Plasma Aerodynamics I: DBD-Based Flow Control 5-Jun 1400 hrs Denver
129-PDL-3 Plasma Aerodynamics II: Flow Control 6-Jun 0930 hrs Denver
171-PDL-4 Plasma/Laser Assisted Ignition and Combustion 6-Jun 1400 hrs Denver
177-LECT-7 Plasmadynamics and Lasers Award Lecture 6-Jun 1730 hrs Majestic Ballroom
219-PDL-5 Diagnostics and Experimental Techniques I: Aero-Optics 7-Jun 0930 hrs Denver
259-PDL-6 Computational Methods: Plasma-Flow Interaction 7-Jun 1400 hrs Denver
308-PDL-7 Diagnostics and Experimental Techniques II 8-Jun 0930 hrs Denver
Theoretical Fluid Mechanics
43-TFM-1 Flow Stability and Transition 5-Jun 0930 hrs Spruce
82-TFM-2/APA-11 Supersonic and Hypersonic Flows 5-Jun 1400 hrs Spruce
115-CFD-7/FD-12/TFM-3 Future of Fluids Series: Visions for Next-Generation CFD and 6-Jun 0930 hrs Windows
Turbulence Modeling
121-FD-13/TFM-4 Boundary Layer Stability and Transition 6-Jun 0930 hrs Terrace
130-TFM-5 CFD and Theory 6-Jun 0930 hrs Spruce
172-TFM-6 Vortex Dynamics 6-Jun 1400 hrs Spruce
221-TFM-7/APA-28 Multi-Phase Flows 7-Jun 0930 hrs Spruce
260-TFM-8 Boundary Layers and Wakes 7-Jun 1400 hrs Spruce
309-TFM-9 Shock - BL Interaction 8-Jun 0930 hrs Capitol
310-TFM-10 Turbulence Modeling and Theory 8-Jun 0930 hrs Spruce
347-TFM-11 Theoretical Aerodynamics 8-Jun 1400 hrs Spruce
Thermophysics
44-TP-1 Reacting Flows I 5-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 3
83-TP-2 Ablation I 5-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 3
131-TP-3 Reacting Flows II 6-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 3
173-TP-4 Ablation II 6-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 3
215-GT-3/TP-5 Collaborative Efforts in Ground-Based Experiments and 7-Jun 0930 hrs Director's Row J
Modeling (Invited)
261-TP-6 Non-Continuum Modeling 7-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 4
267-LECT-9 Thermophysics Award Lecture 7-Jun 1730 hrs Governor's Square 17
335-CFD-29/TP-7 Multiphase Flows and Heat Transfer Simulations I 8-Jun 1400 hrs Denver
348-TP-8 Hypersonics and Thermal Management 8-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 5
349-TP-9 Advanced and Multiphase Modeling 8-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 4
382-TP-10 Arc Jet/Plasma Flows 9-Jun 0930 hrs Plaza Court 4
393-CFD-38/TP-11 Chemically Reacting Flow Simulations and Methods 9-Jun 1400 hrs Tower Court C
394-CFD-39/TP-12 Multiphase Flows and Heat Transfer Simulations II 9-Jun 1400 hrs Denver
400-TP-13 Radiation 9-Jun 1400 hrs Plaza Court 5

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Sunday
Sunday, 4 June 2017
1-NW-1 Meet the Employers Majestic Ballroom
1600 - 1800 hrs
AIAAs Meet the Employers event at the 2017 AVIATION Forum offers students and young professional attendees the opportunity to meet AIAA corporate members. This is a fun and dynamic environment where students and professionals interact with organizations regarding
employment opportunities.
Sunday, 4 June 2017
2-NW-2 Student Welcome Reception Windows
1800 - 1930 hrs
Mingle with your peers! This reception provides you with the opportunity to meet your fellow students and learn more about the opportunities available to you as an AIAA student member.
Monday
Monday, 5 June 2017
3-NW-3 Networking Coffee Break Plaza Foyer
0730 - 0800 hrs
Monday, 5 June 2017
4-SB-1 Speakers Briefing Session Rooms
0730 - 0800 hrs
Monday, 5 June 2017
5-PLNRY-1 Plenary Plaza Ballroom
0800 - 0900 hrs
Need for Speed
Rob Weiss

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Executive Vice President and General Manager, Advanced Development Programs
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
Monday, 5 June 2017
6-NW-4 Networking Coffee Break Meeting Room Foyers
0900 - 0930 hrs
Monday, 5 June 2017
7-AA-1 Acoustic/Fluid Dynamic Interactions I: Propagation and Feedback Plaza Court 7
Chaired by: P. SIJTSMA, PSA3
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3000 AIAA-2017-3001 AIAA-2017-3002
Analysis of the acoustic/ On Ladder-Type Structure of Acoustic Flow-induced noise in corrugated
hydrodynamic separation in an Tones Radiated by Transitional Airfoils pipes - why does liquid reduce
aeroacoustic 2D plane mixing layer L. Nguyen, V. Golubev, R. Mankbadi, Embry- whistling?
flow Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, A. Eckeveld, J. Westerweel, C. Poelma,
P. Druault, Pierre-and-Marie-Curie University, FL; G. Yakhina, M. Roger, cole Centrale Delft University of Technology, Delft, The
Paris, France de Lyon, Lyon, France; C. Pasiliao, Air Force Netherlands
Research Laboratory, Eglin AFB, FL; et al.
Monday, 5 June 2017
8-AA-2 Active Noise Control Plaza Court 6
Chaired by: K. AHUJA, Georgia Institute of Technology and A. CAVALIERI, ITA
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3003 AIAA-2017-3004 AIAA-2017-3005
A framework for closed-loop flow Active Flow Control Methods for the Active control of instability waves
control using the parabolized Reduction of Trailing Edge Noise in excited and nonexcited turbulent
stability equations. M. Szoke , M. Azarpeyvand, University of jets
K. Sasaki, A. Cavalieri, F. Silvestre, Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom V. Kopiev, G. Faranosov, O. Bychkov,
Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), So M. Zaytsev, V. Kopiev, I. Belyaev, TsAGI,
Jos dos Campos, Brazil; P. Jordan, National Moscow, Russia; et al.
Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Poitiers,
France; G. Tissot, Institut de Mathmatiques
de Toulouse, Touslouse, France; D. Biau, Paris
Institute of Technology, Paris, France
Monday, 5 June 2017
9-AA-3 Airframe/High-Lift Noise I: Nose Landing Gear Plaza Court 4
Chaired by: M. POTT-POLLENSKE, DLR - German Aerospace Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3006 AIAA-2017-3007 AIAA-2017-3008 AIAA-2017-3009 AIAA-2017-3010 AIAA-2017-3011
Comparing flyover noise Experimental and numerical study The Ability of a Weakly Aeroacoustic Simulations of a Nose Noise Prediction of the LAGOON New Unstructured Grid Strategies
measurements to full-scale nose of wheel bay cavity noise for full Compressible Solver to Predict Landing Gear with FUN3D: A Grid Landing Gear Using Detached Eddy for Applications to Aeroacoustic
landing gear wind tunnel experiments scale nose landing gear Landing Gear Noise with Flow- Refinement Study Simulation and Acoustic Analogy Computations of the LAGOON,
for regional aircraft E. Neri, J. Kennedy, G. Bennett, Trinity Acoustic Interactions V. Vatsa, M. Khorrami, D. Lockard, NASA T. Rodarte Ricciardi, P. Azevedo, W. Wolf, Landing Gear Model, Using the
R. Merino Martinez, Delft University of College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland Y. Hou, D. Angland, University of Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA University of Campinas, Campinas, Brazil; CEDRE Unstructured Flow Solver
Technology, Delft, The Netherlands; E. Neri, Southampton, Southampton, United R. Speth, The Boeing Company, St. F. Vuillot, F. De La Puente, S. Landier, T.
Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland; M. Kingdom; A. Scotto, Airbus, Toulouse, Louis, MO Renaud, C. Benoit, L. Sanders, ONERA,

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Snellen, Delft University of Technology, France Chtillon, France
Delft, The Netherlands; J. Kennedy, Trinity
College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland; D. Simons,
Delft University of Technology, Delft, The
Netherlands; G. Bennett, Trinity College Dublin,
Dublin, Ireland
Monday, 5 June 2017
10-AA-4 Airframe/High-Lift Noise II: Main Landing Gear Plaza Court 5
Chaired by: E. MANOHA, ONERA
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3012 AIAA-2017-3013 AIAA-2017-3014 AIAA-2017-3015
Investigation of the Noise Emission A Comparative Study of Simulated Interaction Noise from Tandem Passive Control of the Vortex Shedding
of a Regional Aircraft Main Landing and Measured Main Landing Gear Landing Gear Wheels with Hub and Noise of a Cylinder at Low Reynolds
Gear Bay Noise for Large Civil Transports Rim Cavities Numbers Using Flexible Flaps
S. Ben Khelil, P. Bardoux, J. Godard, B. Konig, E. Fares, Exa GmbH, Stuttgart, M. Wang, D. Angland, Airbus, T. Geyer, Brandenburg University of
ONERA, Meudon, France; T. Le Garrec, Germany; M. Khorrami, NASA Langley Southampton, United Kingdom; A. Scotto, Technology, Cottbus, Germany; L. Kamps,
ONERA, Chtillon, France; J. Kennedy, G. Research Center, Hampton, VA; P. Ravetta, Airbus, Toulouse, France Technical University of Bergakademie
Bennett, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, AVEC, Inc., Blacksburg, VA Freiberg, Freiberg, Germany; E. Sarradj,
Ireland Technical University of Berlin, Berlin,
Germany; C. Brcker, City, University of
London, London, United Kingdom
Monday, 5 June 2017
11-AA-5 CAA I: Landing Gear/Jet Plaza Court 8
Chaired by: J. WINKLER, United Technologies Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3016 AIAA-2017-3017 AIAA-2017-3018 AIAA-2017-3019 AIAA-2017-3020
Global stability analysis and base Simulation of Cold Jet Installation On the response of a rectangular Identification of noise sources Assessment of different meshing
flow sensitivity of supersonic Noise using a Stochastic Backscatter supersonic jet to a near-field located on a realistic landing gear using strategies for low Mach number
impinging jet noise Model parallel flat plate numerical phased array methods noise prediction of rudimentary
N. Hildebrand, J. Nichols, University of R. Ewert, A. Neifeld, D. Boenke, German R. Gojon, Royal Institute of Technology applied to computational data landing gear
Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN Aerospace Center (DLR), Braunschweig, (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden; E. Gutmark, H. Bouchouireb, N. Pignier, Royal Institute of M. Fuchs, Technical University of Berlin, Berlin,
Germany University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; M. Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden; J. Germany; C. Mockett, F. Kramer, T. Knacke,
Mihaescu, Royal Institute of Technology Dahan, Siemens, London, United Kingdom; C. CFD Software GmbH, Berlin, Germany; D.
(KTH), Stockholm, Sweden OReilly, S. Boij, Royal Institute of Technology Fischer, J. Sesterhenn, Technical University of
(KTH), Stockholm, Sweden Berlin, Berlin, Germany; et al.
Monday, 5 June 2017
12-AA-6 Duct Acoustics I: Liners Governors Square 10
Chaired by: L. ENGHARDT, DLR - German Aerospace Center and W. EVERSMAN, Missouri University of Science and Technology
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3021 AIAA-2017-3022 AIAA-2017-3023 AIAA-2017-3024 AIAA-2017-3025 AIAA-2017-3026
Evaluation of Spanwise Variable Variable-Depth Liner Evaluation A Requirements-Driven Comparison of perforated liners Non-intrusive measurements of Numerical Study on Sound
Impedance Liners with Three- Using Two NASA Flow Ducts Optimization Method for Acoustic impedance experimental techniques velocity field over a lined wall in a Absorption Characteristics of A Non-
Dimensional Aeroacoustics Propagation M. Jones, D. Nark, W. Watson, B. Liners using Analytic Derivatives P. Serrano, University of Southampton, turbulent duct flow for drag impact locally Reacting Liner
Codes Howerton, NASA Langley Research Center, J. Berton, NASA Glenn Research Center, Southampton, United Kingdom; A. Spillere, J. assessment C. Chen, X. Li, Beihang University, Beijing,
M. Jones, W. Watson, D. Nark, N. Schiller, Hampton, VA Cleveland, OH; L. Lopes, NASA Langley Cordioli, Federal University of Santa Catarina, F. Mery, C. Conte, O. Lon, E. Piot, ONERA, China; F. Thiele, Technical University of
NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA Research Center, Hampton, VA Florianopolis, Brazil; P. Murray, R. Astley, Toulouse, France Berlin, Berlin, Germany
University of Southampton, Southampton,
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Monday, 5 June 2017
13-AA-7 Jet Noise I: Supersonic Governors Square 12
Chaired by: S. LELE, Stanford University and J. LIU, Naval Research Laboratory
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3027 AIAA-2017-3028 AIAA-2017-3029 AIAA-2017-3030 AIAA-2017-3031
Effect of Heating Supersonic Jet On the Application of Shock- Supersonic Jet Noise: an Supersonic jet noise predictions On the Effects of Nozzle Lip
Noise: Inferences from Available Associated Noise Models to PIV Investigation into Noise Generation using a unified asymptotic Thickness on the Azimuthal Mode
Data Measurements of Screeching Mechanisms using Large Eddy approximation for the adjoint Selection of a Supersonic Impinging
S. Sinha, S. Lele, Stanford University, Axisymmetric Cold Jets Simulation and High-Resolution vector Greens function and LES Flow
Stanford, CA D. Tan, Monash University, Melbourne, PIV Data data J. Weightman, O. Amili, D. Honnery, D.
Australia; A. Kalyan, V. Gryazev, Queen A. Markesteijn, Queen Mary University M. Afsar, University of Strathclyde, Edgington-Mitchell, J. Soria, Monash
Mary University of London, London, of London, London, United Kingdom; V. Glasgow, United Kingdom; A. Sescu, V. University, Clayton, Australia
United Kingdom; M. Wong, D. Honnery, Semiletov, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, Sassanis, Mississippi State University,
D. Edgington-Mitchell, Monash University, United Kingdom; S. Karabasov, Queen Mary Starkville, MS; S. Lele, Stanford University,
Melbourne, Australia; et al. University of London, London, United Kingdom; Stanford, CA
D. Tan, M. Wong, D. Honnery, Monash
University, Clayton, Australia; et al.
Monday, 5 June 2017
14-AA-8 Turbomachinery Noise I: Tonal Noise Governors Square 11
Chaired by: H. ATASSI, University of Notre Dame and H. NAMGOONG, Rolls-Royce plc
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3032 AIAA-2017-3033 AIAA-2017-3034
Diffraction of Tonal Noise by Fan OGV/ESS Interaction Tone Noise Inlet and Aft Tonal Noise Predictions
Chevrons in a Turbofan Exhaust Analysis Using Linearized Navier- of a Full-Scale Turbofan Engine with
M. Williamschen, G. Gabard, University Stokes Equations Bifurcation and Inlet Distortion
of Southampton, Southampton, United H. Namgoong, Rolls-Royce Group plc, J. Winkler, C. Reimann, R. Reba, United
Kingdom; H. Briot, Siemens, Leuven, Derby, United Kingdom; L. Arisetti, QuEST, Technologies Corporation, East Hartford,
Belgium Bengalaru, India CT; A. Ali, C. Gumke, Pratt & Whitney, East
Hartford, CT

Monday, 5 June 2017


15-ADS-1 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Seminar Majestic Ballroom
0930 - 1230 hrs
Panelists:
Kenny Breuer Charbel Farhat Manoochehr Koochesfahani Bart Smith
Brown University Stanford University Michigan State University Utah State University

Monday, 5 June 2017


16-AMT-1 Recent Developments Towards 4-D Measurements (3-Space + 1-Time) in Reacting and Non-Reacting Flows Directors Row E
Chaired by: J. MILLER, USAF/AFRL/RQTC
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation
Characterization of Unsteady Recent Advancements Towards Simplifying 4D Diagnostics with Advances in multidimensional 4D Laser-Based Scalar Measurements: 4D tomographic diagnostics:
Flow Structure, Pressure Field, Four-Dimensional Particle Image Plenoptic Cameras (Invited) and high-speed imaging of sprays Advantages, Challenges, and progress, challenges, and

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and Turbulence in Complex wall- Velocimetry at Delft (Invited) B. Thurow, Auburn University, Auburn, AL (Invited) Limitations (Invited) opportunities (Invited)
bounded Systems (Invited) A. Sciacchitano, F. Scarano, Delft University T. Meyer, N. Rahman, A. Douglawi, M. B. Halls, Spectral Energies, LLC, Dayton, L. Ma, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and
J. Katz, Johns Hopkins University, of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands Slipchenko, Purdue University, West OH; T. Meyer, Purdue University, West State University, Blacksburg, VA
Baltimore, MD Lafayette, IN; B. Halls, J. Gord, Air Force Lafayette, IN; S. Roy, Spectral Energies,
Research Laboratory, Dayton, OH; et al. LLC, Dayton, OH; J. Gord, Air Force
Research Laboratory, Dayton, OH
Monday, 5 June 2017
17-APA-1 Vortex/Vortical Flow Applications I Century
Chaired by: M. CALVERT, U.S. Army AMRDEC
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3035 AIAA-2017-3036 AIAA-2017-3037 AIAA-2017-3038 AIAA-2017-3039
Aircraft Effects in Wake Vortex Semi-Analytical Viscous Trailing Experimental investigation of the Stereoscopic PIV Investigation of the Detached Eddy Simulation of Far-
Decay Simulations Vortex-Ground Interaction and turbulence intensity effect on a Effect of Synthetic Jet Actuation on Field Wake Vortex in Static and
D. Schauerhamer, S. Robinson, University Comparison with AVOSS Model wingtip vortex in the near field a Wingtip Vortex Mutational Ground Effects
of California, Davis, Davis, CA M. Kokurin, K. Rokhsaz, Wichita State K. Ben Miloud, M. Dghim, H. Fellouah, M. Dghim, University of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Q. Qu, C. Lu, P. Liu, Beihang University,
University, Wichita, KS University of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Canada; M. Ferchichi, Royal Military College Beijing, China; R. Agarwal, Washington
Canada; M. Ferchichi, Royal Military of Canada, Kingston, Canada; H. Fellouah, University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
College of Canada, Kingston, Canada University of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Canada
Monday, 5 June 2017
18-APA-2 Flow Control Applications and Demonstrations I Silver
Chaired by: K. KARA, Khalifa University of Science, Technology & Research and O. SAN, Oklahoma State University
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3040 AIAA-2017-3041 AIAA-2017-3042 AIAA-2017-3043 AIAA-2017-3044 AIAA-2017-3045
A technique for low input flow Flow Separation Control using On the Use of Sweeping Jets to Trim Separated Flow Control over Naca A Sweeping Jet Application on a Application of Active Flow Control for
control actuation Sweeping Jet Actuator and Control a Tailless Aircraft Model 0012 Airfoil Using Sweeping Jet High Reynolds Number Semi-Span Download Alleviation in Rotorcraft
A. Shmilovich, E. Whalen, The Boeing K. Kara, Khalifa University, Abu Dhabi, M. Jentzsch, L. Taubert, I. Wygnanski, Actuators Supercritical Wing Configuration Y. Yadlin, A. Shmilovich, The Boeing Company,
Company, Huntington Beach, CA United Arab Emirates University of Arizona, Tucson, Tucson, AZ K. Kara, B. Slupski, Khalifa University, Abu G. Jones, W. Milholen, D. Chan, S. Goodliff, Huntington Beach, CA; R. Narducci, The Boeing
Dhabi, United Arab Emirates NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA Company, Philadelphia, PA

Monday, 5 June 2017


19-APA-3 Special Session: Low Boom Activities I Windows
Chaired by: K. WAITHE, Boom Technology Inc and A. ELMILIGUI, NASA Langley Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3046 AIAA-2017-3047 AIAA-2017-3048 AIAA-2017-3049 Oral Presentation
Viscous Aerodynamic Shape Optimization Trim Flight Conditions for a Behavior of Whole Near-Filed Flow Adjoint-Based Mesh Adaptation for Status & Plans for NASA Low Boom
with Installed Propulsion Effects Low-Boom Aircraft Design Under over Mach 1.7 Free-Flight Bodies the Sonic Boom Signature Loudness Flight Demonstration
C. Heath, J. Seidel, NASA Glenn Research Uncertainty Y. Aoki, D. Yoshimizu, A. Iwakawa, A. S. Rallabhandi, M. Park, NASA Langley P. Coen, NASA Langley Research Center,
Center, Cleveland, OH; S. Rallabhandi, NASA B. Phillips, T. West, NASA Langley Research Sasoh, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan Research Center, Hampton, VA Hampton, VA
Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA Center, Hampton, VA
Monday, 5 June 2017
20-APA-4 Rotorcraft Aerodynamics Colorado
Chaired by: N. HARIHARAN, CREATE-AV and E. BLOSCH, Lockheed Martin Corporation
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3050 AIAA-2017-3051 AIAA-2017-3052 AIAA-2017-3053 AIAA-2017-3054 AIAA-2017-3055

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The Effects of Blade Aspect Ratio On High Fidelity Modeling of Investigating the impact of using Prediction of helicopter rotor hover Trim Routine for Multirotor Vehicles Numerical Study of Aerodynamic
and Taper Ratio on the Hovering Aerodynamic Interaction between CFD generated unsteady Mach performance using high fidelity CFd in Straight and Level Flight Performance and Flow Interaction
Performance of the Cycloidal Rotor Ship and Rotor number dynamic stall data for methods J. Tsaltas, G. Bramesfeld, Ryerson for Coaxial Rigid Rotor in Hover
Y. Hu, H. Zhang, X. Fu, G. Wang, E. Bae, C. He, Advanced Rotorcraft numerical rotor analysis of A. Jimenez-Garcia, G. Barakos, University University, Toronto, Canada and Forward Flight
Northwestern Polytechnical University, Technology, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA helicopter forward flight. of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom X. Zhao, P. Zhou, X. Yan, Northwestern
Xian, China D. Jee, K. Al-Jaburi, D. Feszty, Carleton Polytechnical University, Xian, China;
University, Ottawa, Canada Y. Lin, China Helicopter Research and
Development Institute, Jingdezhen, China
Monday, 5 June 2017
21-APA-5 Aerodynamic Design: Analysis, Methodologies, and Optimization Techniques I Gold
Chaired by: O. KHAN, Tuskegee Univ and N. HALL
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3056 AIAA-2017-3057 AIAA-2017-3058 AIAA-2017-3059 AIAA-2017-3060 AIAA-2017-3061
Transonic Airfoil Study Using Sonic Efficient Global Optimization of a Computational Design and Analysis Building a Practical Natural Laminar Design Optimization of Natural- Hybrid Optimization Design of Natural-
Plateau, Optimization and Off- Transonic Wing with Geometric Data of a Transonic Natural Laminar Flow Flow Design Capability Laminar-Flow Airfoil for Laminar-Flow(NLF) Supercritical Airfoil
Design Performance Maps Reduction Wing for a Wind Tunnel Model R. Campbell, M. Lynde, NASA Langley Complicated Flight Conditions and Infinite Swept Wing
J. Doherty, University of Surrey, Guildford, D. Cinquegrana, E. Iuliano, Italian M. Lynde, R. Campbell, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA H. Zhao, Z. Gao, Y. Gao, Northwestern T. Fan, W. Song, J. Chen, Z. Han,
United Kingdom Aerospace Research Center (CIRA), Capua, Research Center, Hampton, VA Polytechnical University, Xian, China Northwestern Polytechnical University,
Italy Xian, China
Monday, 5 June 2017
22-ASE-1 Observations and Modeling of the Atmospheric Environment Columbine
Chaired by: M. STEINER, NCAR/RAL and F. PROCTOR, NASA Langley Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3062 AIAA-2017-3063 AIAA-2017-3064 Oral Presentation Oral Presentation
OpenFOAM coupled with WRF for Atmospheric Radiation Characterization of atmospheric High Ice Crystal Concentrations and The Backscatter Cloudprobe with
Wind Power Estimations Measurement System for turbulence as a function of altitude Temperature/Airspeed Anomalies Polarization Detection: A New
E. Leblebici, I. Tuncer, Middle East Technical Commercial Aircraft Altitudes S. Prasad, York High School, Yorktown, Measured from Commercial Aircraft Aircraft Ice Water Detector
University, Ankara, Turkey W. Atwell, Self, Houston, TX; K. Tobiska, VA; M. Ivanco, T. Ivanco, E. Ancel, NASA G. Raga, National Autonomous University D. Baumgardner, R. Newton, M. Freer,
Space Environment Technologies, Pacific Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico; D. Droplet Measurement Technologies,
Palisades, CA Baumgardner, Droplet Measurement Boulder, CO; D. Axisa, National Center for
Technologies, Boulder, CO; M. Gallagher, Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO
University of Manchester, Manchester,
United Kingdom
Monday, 5 June 2017
23-ATIO.ACD-1 Aircraft Subsystems Design Governors Square 16
Chaired by: M. DRAKE, Boeing Commercial Airplanes and A. CHAPUT, University of Texas at Austin
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3065 AIAA-2017-3066 AIAA-2017-3067 AIAA-2017-3068 AIAA-2017-3069 AIAA-2017-3070
On-Board Systems Preliminary Parameterized Flight Mission for Integrated Sizing and Multi- Conceptual Design Assessment of Carbon Nanotube (CNT) based Ice Study on Classification of Aircraft
Sizing in an Overall Aircraft Design Secondary Power Requirement objective Optimization of Aircraft Advanced Hybrid Electric Turboprop Protection System applied to a small Conceptual Design Parameters by
Environment Estimations of Commercial Transport and Subsystem Architectures in Aircraft Configurations aircraft Principal Component Analysis
L. Boggero, M. Fioriti, S. Corpino, Technical Aircraft Early Design M. Strack, German Aerospace Center W. Affonso, Embraer, So Paulo, Brazil; R. R. Omiya, K. Rinoie, University of Tokyo,
University of Turin, Turin, Italy; P. Ciampa, T. Lampl, S. Muschkorgel, M. Hornung, D. Rajaram, Y. Cai, T. Puranik, I. (DLR), Hamburg, Germany Annes da Silva, Technological Institute of Tokyo, Japan
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Hamburg, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Chakraborty, D. Mavris, Georgia Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), So Paulo, Brazil; F. da
Germany Germany Technology, Atlanta, GA Silva, Embraer, So Paulo, Brazil; G. Thomas,
S. Kessler, Metis Design Corporaton, Boston,

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MA; R. Hoffmann Domingos, Embraer, So
Paulo, Brazil
Monday, 5 June 2017
24-ATIO.ATM-1 UAS Traffic Management (UTM) Plaza Court 1
Chaired by: P. WEI, Iowa State University
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3071 AIAA-2017-3072 AIAA-2017-3073 AIAA-2017-3074 AIAA-2017-3075 AIAA-2017-3076
Modeling Approach for UAV Trajectory Modeling Using Initial Study of An Effective Fast- Exploration of Detect-and-Avoid and Small Unmanned Aircraft The improved VIKOR method
Evaluation of Traffic Management Neural Networks time Simulation Platform for Well-Clear Requirements for Small Systems Operational and Traffic based on dynamic parameters
Requirements and Policies for M. Xue, NASA Ames Research Center, Unmanned Aircraft System Traffic UAS Maneuvering in an Urban Management Considerations optimization in multi-target threat
Unmanned Aircraft Systems Moffett Field, CA Management Environment Z. Barbeau, J. Jacob, Oklahoma State assessment
B. Horio, V. Kumar, M. Narkus-Kramer, LMI, M. Xue, J. Rios, NASA Ames Research S. Johnson, A. Petzen, D. Tokotch, University, Stillwater, OK K. Zhang, Northwestern Polytechnical
Tysons, VA Center, Moffett Field, CA Adaptive Aerospace Group, Inc., Hampton, University, Xian, China
VA
Monday, 5 June 2017
25-ATIO.ATM-2 Machine Learning In ATM Plaza Court 2
Chaired by: H. ARNESON, NASA Ames Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3077 AIAA-2017-3078 AIAA-2017-3079 AIAA-2017-3080 AIAA-2017-3081
Wind forecast uncertainty prediction Predicting the Operational Exploring Abnormal Flight Patterns DAAS: Data Analytics for Assurance An Aircraft Deployment Prediction
using Machine Learning techniques Acceptability of Route Advisories via Machine Learning Techniques of Safety Model Using Machine Learning
on Big Weather Data A. Evans, Crown Consulting, Inc., Moffett E. Aslaner, ASELSAN, Inc., Ankara, Turkey; A. Tyagi, C. Kurcz, A. Grushin, J. Nanda, Techniques
R. Cabos, P. Hecker, Technical University of Field, CA; P. Lee, NASA Ames Research C. Unal, Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc., Intelligent Automation, Inc., Rockville, MD T. Ukai, H. Chao, D. DeLaurentis, Purdue
Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany; Center, Moffett Field, CA Ankara, Turkey University, West Lafayette, IN
N. Kneuper, J. Schiefele, Jeppesen GmbH,
Neu-Isenburg, Germany
Monday, 5 June 2017
26-ATIO.TFPC-1 On-Demand Mobility I: Operations and Airspace Governors Square 15
Chaired by: K. GOODRICH, NASA Langley Research Center and S. BRICENO, Georgia Institute of Technology
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3082 AIAA-2017-3083 AIAA-2017-3084 AIAA-2017-3085 AIAA-2017-3086 AIAA-2017-3087
Preliminary Considerations for ODM Constraint Identification for Evaluation of Operational Constraint Exploring Concepts of Operations Enabling Airspace Integration for Pilot Training Metrics at a Part 141
Air Traffic Management based on On-Demand Mobility Aviation Mitigation Approaches for On- for On-Demand Passenger Air High-Density On-Demand Mobility University Training Program
Analysis of Commuter Passenger Operations in Los Angeles Demand Mobility Aviation Transportation Operations S. Hampton, K. Byrnes, D. Truong, Embry-
Demand and Travel Patterns for the P. Vascik, R. Hansman, Massachusetts P. Vascik, R. Hansman, Massachusetts V. Nneji, A. Stimpson, M. Cummings, Duke E. Mueller, P. Kopardekar, NASA Ames Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona
Silicon Valley Region of California Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA University, Durham, NC; K. Goodrich, NASA Research Center, Moffett Field, CA; K. Beach, FL
A. Trani, N. Syed, M. Rye, M. Ade, N. Hinze, H. Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA Goodrich, NASA Langley Research Center,
Swingle, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Hampton, VA
University, Blacksburg, VA; et al.
Monday, 5 June 2017
27-BAL-1 Balloon Programs and Operations Savoy
Chaired by: M. SMITH, Aerostar International, Inc.
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3088 AIAA-2017-3089 AIAA-2017-3090 AIAA-2017-3091 AIAA-2017-3092
The CNES 2015 - 2017 Balloon The Stratospheric Balloon Mission 2017 NASA Balloon Program Performance Highlights of NASA Minimizing wrinkles in the RF-
Program PoGO+ from Esrange to Victoria Update Super Pressure Balloon Mid-Latitude reflector for the Exa-Volt Antenna
A. Vargas, V. Dubourg, P. Raizonville, P. Island, Canada D. Fairbrother, NASA Wallops Flight Facility, Flights (EVA)
Cocquerez, French Space Agency (CNES), C. Lockowandt, Swedish Space Corporation Wallops Island, VA H. Cathey, New Mexico State University, Las F. Baginski, J. Trageser, George Washington
Toulouse, France (SSC), Solna, Sweden Cruces, NM; D. Fairbrother, M. Said, NASA University, Washington, D.C.; P. Gorham,
Wallops Flight Facility, Wallops Island, VA University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Honolulu, HI
Monday, 5 June 2017
28-CFD-1 High-Order Methods Tower Court D

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Chaired by: Z. WANG, University of Kansas and S. NADARAJAH
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3093 AIAA-2017-3094 AIAA-2017-3095 AIAA-2017-3096 AIAA-2017-3097 AIAA-2017-3098
On High-Order Upwind Methods for High Order FR/CPR Method for Nodal Space-Time Flux Scalability and Efficiency of Explicit A Compact High Order Finite Volume Compact Direct Flux Reconstruction
Convection Overset Meshes Reconstruction Methods for and Implicit FR/CPR Schemes in Method Based on Variational for the Navier-Stokes Equations on
H. Huynh, NASA Glenn Research Center, Z. Duan, Z. Wang, University of Kansas, Conservation Laws Large Eddy Simulations Reconstruction for Compressible Flows Dynamic Meshes
Cleveland, OH Lawrence, Lawrence, KS M. Yu, University of Maryland, Baltimore F. Jia, Z. Wang, University of Kansas, on Arbitrary Grids L. Wang, M. Yu, University of Maryland,
County, Baltimore, MD Lawrence, Lawrence, KS; R. Bhaskaran, X. Liu, J. Lou, L. Li, H. Luo, North Carolina Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD
U. Paliath, General Electric Company, State University, Raleigh, NC; H. Nishikawa,
Niskayuna, NY; G. Laskowski, General National Institute of Aerospace, Hampton, VA;
Electric Company, Lynn, MA Y. Ren, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Monday, 5 June 2017
29-CFD-2 Optimization for Mesh Adaptation Tower Court C
Chaired by: P. PERSSON and C. ROY, Virginia Tech
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3099 AIAA-2017-3100 AIAA-2017-3101 AIAA-2017-3102 AIAA-2017-3103 AIAA-2017-3104
Error Minimization via Metric-Based Adjoint-based anisotropic mesh Optimization-based Anisotropic hp- Airfoil Shape Optimization Using Optimal Mesh Adaptation for 2D Residual based grid adaptation for
Curved-Mesh Adaptation adaptation for Discontinuous Galerkin Adaptation for High-Order Methods Output-Based Adapted Meshes Euler Equations meshless LSFD-U solver
D. Sanjaya, K. Fidkowski, University of Methods Using a Continuous Mesh N. Ringue, S. Nadarajah, McGill University, G. Chen, K. Fidkowski, University of C. Jackson, C. Roy, Virginia Polytechnic B. Narayanarao, Y. Mohamed, Indian
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI; L. Model Montral, Canada Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Institute of Science, Bengalaru, India
Diosady, S. Murman, NASA Ames Research A. Rangarajan, G. May, RWTH Aachen VA; C. Schrock, Air Force Research
Center, Moffett Field, CA University, Aachen, Germany; V. Dolejsi, Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
Monday, 5 June 2017
30-CFD-3 Meshing I Tower Court B
Chaired by: K. VOGIATZIS, ENGILITY and S. DEY, NRL
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3105 AIAA-2017-3106 AIAA-2017-3107 AIAA-2017-3108 AIAA-2017-3109
The Impact of Unstructured Mesh Methods for the Evaluation of Spline Interpolation for A Fourth- Metric-Aligned and Metric- Reducing the Computational Cost of
Generation Approach on Errors Candidate Meshes for the Geometry Order Adaptive Mesh Refinement Orthogonal Strategies in AFLR Viscous Mesh Adaptation
H. Fan, C. Ollivier Gooch, University of and Mesh Generation Workshop Algorithm on Arbitrary Mapped F. Alauzet, National Institute for Research Z. Davis, T. Carrigan, N. Wyman, Pointwise,
British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada J. Dannenhoffer, Syracuse University, Grids in Computer Science and Control (INRIA), Inc., Fort Worth, TX; M. McMullen, Aerion
Syracuse, NY; C. Ollivier Gooch, University N. Overton, X. Gao, S. Guzik, Colorado Saclay, France; D. Marcum, Mississippi Technologies, Palo Alto, CA
of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada State University, Fort Collins, CO State University, Starkville, MS

Monday, 5 June 2017


31-CPS-1 Advances in Computer Systems for Aviation Vail
Chaired by: M. VELEV, Aries Design Automation, LLC
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3110 AIAA-2017-3111 AIAA-2017-3112 AIAA-2017-3113
The case for software-defined Data Privacy and Security Challenges A Case Study in Safety, Security, Modeling the Software Development
networks in contested environments for Next-Generation Aircraft: Using and Availability of Wireless-Enabled Process as a Socio-Technical System
J. Lyke, Air Force Research Laboratory, Smart-Bridge Technology and Privacy- Aircraft Communication Networks. Based on FRAM to Facilitate the
Kirtland AFB, NM Preserving Search in Heterogeneous R. Dureja, E. Rozier, K. Rozier, Iowa State Risk Analysis and Software Defects
Aircraft Systems University, Ames, IA Prevention
E. Rozier, Iowa State University, Ames, IA L. Tan, B. Liiu, S. Wang, D. Ling, Beihang
University, Beijing, China
Monday, 5 June 2017
32-F360-1 Perspectives and Progress on Green Aviation Grand Ballroom I

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0930 - 1130 hrs
Moderator: John Tylko, Chief Innovation Officer, Aurora Flight Sciences
Panelists:

Fay Collier Mark Drela Alan H. Epstein Robert H. Liebeck


Project Manager Terry J. Kohler Professor Vice President Chief Scientist
Environmentally Responsible Aviation Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics Technology and Environment Blended-Wing-Body Airplane Program
NASA Langley Research Center Massachusetts Institute of Technology Pratt & Whitney Boeing Defense, Space, and Security

Monday, 5 June 2017


33-FD-1 Boundary Layer Control Capitol
Chaired by: B. ELBING, Oklahoma State University
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3114 AIAA-2017-3115 AIAA-2017-3116 AIAA-2017-3117 AIAA-2017-3118
Effect of Upstream Flow Numerical investigations of DNS of compressible turbulent Aerodynamic Investigation of the Slip length based boundary
Deformation Using Plasma boundary-layer flow transition boundary layers at varying subsonic Conformal Vortex Generator condition for modeling drag
Actuators on Crossflow Transition control with Plasma Actuators Mach numbers G. Kibble, J. Jacob, A. Alexander, B. Elbing, reduction devices
Induced by Unsteady Vortical Free- L. Wang, J. Li, S. Fu, Tsinghua University, C. Wenzel, B. Selent, M. Kloker, U. Rist, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK; B. Mele, R. Tognaccini, University of Naples
Stream Disturbances Beijing, China University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany P. Ireland, B. Black, Edge Aerodynamix, Federico II, Naples, Italy
P. Drr, M. Kloker, University of Stuttgart, Panama City Beach, FL
Stuttgart, Germany; A. Hanifi, Royal Institute of
Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden
Monday, 5 June 2017
34-FD-2 Shock Boundary Interactions I Beverly
Chaired by: M. GAMBA, University of Michigan and S. LAURENCE, University of Maryland, College Park
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3119 AIAA-2017-3120 AIAA-2017-3121 AIAA-2017-3122 AIAA-2017-3123 AIAA-2017-3124
Pulse-Burst PIV of the Supersonic Separation Detection for a Cone at A joint study on the starting limits Aerothermodynamics of a Study of the Dynamics of Transitional Hypersonic Shock Wave Transitional
Wake of a Wall-Mounted High Angle of Attack in Hypersonic of a generic supersonic inlet Hypersonic Inflatable Aerodynamic Shock Wave-Boundary Layer Boundary Layer Interactions - A
Hemisphere Flow with Pressure-Sensitive Paint E. Schuelein, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Decelerator (HIAD) with Flexible Interactions using Optical Diagnostics Review
S. Beresh, J. Henfling, R. Spillers, Sandia C. Running, T. Juliano, M. Thompson, H. Gttingen, Germany; M. Schenk, Technical TPS E. Lash, C. Combs, P. Kreth, J. Schmisseur, D. Knight, M. Mortazavi, Rutgers
National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM Sakaue, University of Notre Dame, Notre University of Ilmenau, Ilmenau, Germany; B. B. Hollis, NASA Langley Research Center, University of Tennessee, Tullahoma, University, New Brunswick, NJ
Dame, IN Buchmann, University of Gttingen, Gttingen, Hampton, VA Tullahoma, TN
Germany
Monday, 5 June 2017
35-FD-3 Unsteady Fluid Dynamics and Unsteady Aerodynamics I Tower Court A
Chaired by: J. NAUGHTON, University of Wyoming
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3125 AIAA-2017-3126 AIAA-2017-3127 AIAA-2017-3128 AIAA-2017-3129 AIAA-2017-3130
Study of Fluid-Structure Interactions Effects of Cavity Width on Unsteady Force and Flow Experimental Investigation of the POD Analysis in the Wake of Wall- The Study of Cavity Flow and
on a Tunable Store in Complex Compressible Resonance Dynamics Measurements for Plunging Finite Structure of Turbulent Swirling Jets Mounted Cylinders Leading Edge Spoiler based on DES
Cavity Flow using Time-Resolved Pressure Wings E. DeMillard, J. Naughton, University of H. Fanini Leite, Aeronautics and Space Institute L. Xie, J. Ai, H. Feng, Y. Zhang, Y. Hou, C.
K. Casper, J. Wagner, S. Beresh, R. Spillers, Sensitive Paint and Particle Image N. Chiereghin, D. Cleaver, I. Gursul, Wyoming, Laramie, Laramie, WY (IAE), So Jos dos Campos, Brazil; L. Abreu, Yuan, FAI, Xian, China
J. Henfling, Sandia National Laboratories, Velocimetry University of Bath, Bath, United Kingdom Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA),
Albuquerque, NM J. Wagner, K. Casper, S. Beresh, E. So Jos dos Campos, Brazil; A. Avelar,
Demauro, R. Spillers, J. Henfling, Sandia Aeronautics and Space Institute (IAE), So Jos
National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM dos Campos, Brazil; A. Cavalieri, Technological
Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), So Jos dos
Campos, Brazil

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Monday, 5 June 2017
36-FD-4 Special Session: HIFiRE-5b Flight Test Results Terrace
Chaired by: R. KIMMEL, USAF AFRL/RQHF and D. DOLVIN, AFRL
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3131 AIAA-2017-3132 AIAA-2017-3133 AIAA-2017-3134 AIAA-2017-3135 AIAA-2017-3136
HIFiRE-5b Flight Overview CFD Baseflow Calculations for Correlation of HIFiRE-5b Flight Data HIFiRE-5b Heat Flux and Boundary- Ground Test Measurements of PSE Analysis of Crossflow Instability
R. Kimmel, D. Adamczak, Air Force HiFIRE-5b Flight With Computed Pressure and Heat Layer Transition Boundary-Layer Instabilities and on HIFiRE 5b Flight Test
Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson K. Porter, J. Poggie, Purdue University, Transfer for Attitude Determination T. Juliano, University of Notre Dame, Notre Transition for HIFiRE-5 at Flight- M. Tufts, R. Gosse, R. Kimmel, Air Force
AFB, OH; D. Hartley, H. Alesi, M. Frost, R. West Lafayette, IN J. Jewell, R. Kimmel, Air Force Research Dame, IN; J. Poggie, K. Porter, Purdue Relevant Attitudes Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson
Pietsch, DSTG, Brisbane, Australia; et al. Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH; J. University, West Lafayette, IN; R. Kimmel, M. Borg, R. Kimmel, Air Force Research AFB, OH
Poggie, K. Porter, Purdue University, West J. Jewell, D. Adamczak, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Lafayette, IN; T. Juliano, University of Notre Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Dame, Notre Dame, IN
Monday, 5 June 2017
37-FT-1 Flight Testing of Unmanned Aircraft Systems Directors Row J
Chaired by: K. GARMAN, Federal Aviation Administration and R. ROEDTS, Columbia Helicopters, Inc and W. SCHUMAN, AEDC - Arnold Engineering Development Complex
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3137 AIAA-2017-3138 AIAA-2017-3139 AIAA-2017-3140 AIAA-2017-3141
Operational Overview for UAS First Flights of Advanced Unmanned Flight Testing an ADS-B Equipped Low-Cost, Multi-Purpose Autopilot for Aerodynamic Characteristics of
Integration in the NAS Project Flight Aircraft Fundamentals of sUAS in GPS-Denied Environments Ground and Aerial Vehicles using an Quadrotor Helicopter
Test Series 3 Planning and Execution C. Lum, R. Larson, W. Handley, S. Lui, Z. Arduino MEGA with Transistor Array H. Nguyen, L. Yu, K. Mori, Nagoya
S. Valkov, D. Sternberg, M. Marston, M. McDaniel, Naval Air Warfare Center, Caratao, University of Washington, Seattle, Safety Circuit University, Nagoya, Japan
NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center, Patuxent River, MD Seattle, WA B. Troub, M. Wojciechowski, M. Swanepoel, R.
Edwards, CA Garrido, J. Magnin, C. Montalvo, University of
South Alabama, Mobile, AL
Monday, 5 June 2017
38-GT-1 NASA Aeronautics Evaluation and Test Capabilities Project Governors Square 17
Chaired by: S. HELLAND, NASA Glenn Research Center and C. PASTOR-BARSI, NASA Glenn Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3142 Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Panel Discussion
FY16 Facility Assessment for the Overview of AETC and the New AETC Capability Advancements AETC Test Technology Moderator: Mark Woike
Aeronautics Evaluation and Test Funding Model D. Stark, NASA Glenn Research Center, J. Bell, NASA Ames Research Center, Ron Colantonio
Capabilities Project R. Colantonio, NASA Glenn Research Cleveland, OH Moffett Field, CA David Stark
J. Howard, C. Jacobs, T. Proffitt, Jacobs, Center, Cleveland, OH James Bell
Tullahoma, TN; D. Shinn, NASA Langley
Research Center, Hampton, VA; P. Pachlhofer,
NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH;
J. Sydnor, NASA Langley Research Center,
Hampton, VA
Monday, 5 June 2017
39-MDO-1 Aerodynamic Shape Optimization I Directors Row I
Chaired by: B. STANFORD, NASA Langley Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3143 AIAA-2017-3144 AIAA-2017-3145
Robust Airfoil Design Optimization Robustness of Natural Laminar An Aerodynamic Perspective on
Using Stochastic Expansions and Flow Airfoil Drag Optimization to Shape Deformation Methods
Utility Theory Transition Amplification Factor M. Kaandorp, Delft University of Technology,
X. Du, L. Leifsson, Iowa State University, J. Hollom, N. Qin, University of Sheffield, Delft, The Netherlands; S. Menzel, S. Schmitt,
Ames, IA; S. Koziel, Reykjavik University, Sheffield, United Kingdom Honda Corporation, Offenbach, Germany
Reykjavik, Iceland
Monday, 5 June 2017

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40-MDO-2 Design Optimization of Complex Engineered System I Directors Row H
Chaired by: S. FERGUSON, North Carolina State University and M. HENSON, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3146 AIAA-2017-3147 AIAA-2017-3148 AIAA-2017-3149 AIAA-2017-3150
Conceptual Design Methods for New Technology Considerations for On the Consequences of the Towards the Industrialization of Automated Selection of the Optimal
Aircraft Generators Inclusion of Survivability in MDAO No Free Lunch Theorem for New MDO Methodologies and Tools On-board Systems Architecture within
S. Iden, K. Yost, Air Force Research N. Alexandrov, NASA Langley Research Optimization on the Choice of an for Aircraft Design MDO Collaborative Environment
Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH; Center, Hampton, VA Appropriate MDO Architecture A. Gazaix, F. Gallard, V. Gachelin, Institute M. Fioriti, L. Boggero, S. Corpino, Technical
M. von Spakovsky, Virginia Polytechnic C. Vanaret, F. Gallard, Institute of of Technology Antoine de Saint Exupry, University of Turin, Turin, Italy; A. Isyanov, A.
Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Technology Antoine de Saint Exupry, Toulouse, France Mirzoyan, Central Institute of Aviation Motors,
VA; D. Allison, Air Force Research Toulouse, France; J. Martins, University of Moscow, Russia; R. Lombardi, NOESIS Solutions
Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI N.V., Gaston Geenslaan, Belgium; et al.

Monday, 5 June 2017


41-MST-1 Modeling and Simulation for Unmanned Aerial Systems Governors Square 14
Chaired by: G. CHATTERJI, NASA Ames Research Center and P. ZAAL, NASA Ames Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3151 AIAA-2017-3152 AIAA-2017-3153 AIAA-2017-3154
Agent-Based Analysis of Multi- Methodology of Estimation of High Performance Photo-Realistic System Identification of Circulation
UAV Area Monitoring Mission Aerodynamic Coefficients of the Simulation Environment for Search Control UAV Using X-Plane Flight
Effectiveness UAS-E4 Ehcatl using Datcom and and Track Missions Executed by Simulation Software and Flight Data
R. Zhang, B. Song, Y. Pei, W. Tang, VLM Procedure Autonomous Unmanned Aerial M. Agha, K. Kanistras, P. Saka, K.
Northwestern Polytechnical University, M. Kuitche, R. Botez, University of Qubec, Systems Valavanis, M. Rutherford, University of
Xian, China; M. Wang, University of Montral, Canada I. Kamil, University of California, Berkeley, Denver, Denver, CO
Southampton, Southampton, United Berkeley, CA; A. Chakrabarty, R. Morris,
Kingdom X. Bouyssounouse, R. Hunt, NASA Ames
Research Center, Moffett Field, CA
Monday, 5 June 2017
42-PDL-1 Plasma and Laser Physics Denver
Chaired by: S. LEONOV, University of Notre Dame
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3155 AIAA-2017-3156 AIAA-2017-3157
Investigation of photoionization in Non-equilibrium modeling of UV Experimental Study of the Electrical
the exhaust jet of a high-velocity laser induced plasma on a copper and Spectroscopic Characteristics of
oxy-fuel system toward application target in the presence of CU2+ Glow Discharge
to MHD power generation A. Ait Oumeziane, Abou Beker Blekaid M. Kotov, P. Kozlov, L. Ruleva, S.
H. Kim, D. Huckaby, R. Woodside, E. University, Tlemcen, Algeria; J. Parisse, Solodovnikov, S. Surzhikov, Russian
Zeuthen, D. Oryshchyn, T. Ochs, National French Air Force Academy, Salon de Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
Energy Technology Laboratory, Albany, OR Provence, France; B. Liani, Abou Beker
Blekaid University, Tlemcen, Algeria
Monday, 5 June 2017
43-TFM-1 Flow Stability and Transition Spruce
Chaired by: J. SMITH, Sandia National Laboratories
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3158 AIAA-2017-3159 AIAA-2017-3160 AIAA-2017-3161 AIAA-2017-3162
Nonlinear Stability of the Couette Accounting Crossflow Effects in One- Dynamic Mode Shaping for Fluid Real fluid effects on thermoacoustic Non-Equilibrium Effects on the
Flow Equation Local Correlation-Based Flow Control: New Strategies for standing-wave resonance in Stability of a Mach 10 Flat-Plate
P. Yau, S. Wang, Auckland University, Transition Model Transient Growth Suppression supercritical CO2 Boundary Layer
Auckland, New Zealand; Z. Rusak, S. Vallinayagam Pillai, S. Lardeau, M. Hemati, H. Yao, University of M. Migliorino, P. Gupta, C. Scalo, Purdue X. Wang, University of Alabama,
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY Siemens, London, United Kingdom Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN University, West Lafayette, IN Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa, AL
Monday, 5 June 2017
44-TP-1 Reacting Flows I Plaza Court 3
Chaired by: X. WANG, The University of Alabama and T. SCHWARTZENTRUBER, University of Minnesota

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0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3163 AIAA-2017-3164 AIAA-2017-3165 AIAA-2017-3166 AIAA-2017-3167
Master equation simulation of O2-N2 Ab initio based rovibrational grouping Coarse grain modeling and direct Quasi-classical Trajectory Studies of Quasiclassical Trajectory Analysis
collisions on an ab-initio potential model for N2(1 +g)-N2(1 +g) energy molecular simulation of nitrogen N2+O Collisions: Trajectory Patterns of N2+O2 and Implications for
energy surface transfer and dissociation dissociation and Long-lived Configurations Hypersonic CFD
D. Andrienko, I. Boyd, University of R. Macdonald, University of Illinois, Urbana- R. Macdonald, University of Illinois, Urbana- H. Luo, S. Macheret, A. Alexeenko, Purdue R. Chaudhry, University of Minnesota,
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI Champaign, Urbana, IL; R. Jaffe, D. Schwenke, Champaign, Urbana, IL; M. Grover, T. University, West Lafayette, IN Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN; J. Bender,
NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Schwartzentruber, University of Minnesota, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory,
CA; A. Munaf, M. Panesi, University of Illinois, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN; M. Panesi, Livermore, CA; T. Schwartzentruber, G.
Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Candler, University of Minnesota, Twin
Urbana, IL Cities, Minneapolis, MN
Monday, 5 June 2017
45-CYBER-1 Cybersecurity Symposium Grand Ballroom II
0930 - 1645 hrs
Join us to hear about Baudelaire Aerospace, a medium-sized, diversified corporation operating in multiple business segments around the world, and the series of unfortunate events that devastated this once promising enterprise.

You will learn from experts on some of the most common cyber threats: malicious insiders; compromised vendors; doing business outside of the United States; exploited electronic devices, and more. Through facilitated discussions, you will use the example of Baudelaire
Aerospace to discuss real-world examples of cyber challenges, learn how to safeguard your assets, and walk away with best practices that can be implemented back at the office.

Symposium Organizer: Jeffrey Carr, Principal Consultant, 20K League


Expert Facilitators:

Melissa Irace Russ Syphert David Shaw Stephen Cobb Sr. Cameron Camp Cynthia James
Managing Director for Professional Services Vice President for Technology and CISCO Founder & CEO Security Researcher Security Researcher General Manager
& Research CBA CBA ESET ESET KGSS
CBA
Schedule
09301030 hrs - Intro/Orientation
10301330 hrs - Breakouts and working lunch (boxed lunch)
13301345 hrs Break
13451500 hrs - Report outs in plenary
15151645 hrs - GBA TTX
For program updates, visit www.aviation.aiaa.org/cyber
Monday, 5 June 2017
46-AA-9 Airframe/High-Lift Noise III: Trailing Edge Noise - General Plaza Court 4
Chaired by: M. HERR, DLR - German Aerospace Center

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1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3168 AIAA-2017-3169 AIAA-2017-3170 AIAA-2017-3171 AIAA-2017-3172 AIAA-2017-3173
Trailing Edge Noise Source Effect of Boundary Layer Shear on Overset LES for Trailing-Edge Noise Separation and Quantification of Camber Effects on the Tonal Noise Coherent Hydrodynamic Waves and
Characteristics for Wind Turbine Trailing Edge Noise Computations Airfoil Leading-edge and Trailing- and Flow Characteristics of a Wall- Trailing-edge Noise
Airfoils D. Baker, N. Peake, University of P. Bernicke, R. Akkermans, Technical edge Noise Source with Microphone mounted Finite Airfoil L. Abreu, A. Cavalieri, Technological
S. Lee, University of California, Davis, Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom University of Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Array D. Moreau, University of New South Wales, Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), So Jos
Davis, CA Germany; R. Ewert, J. Dierke, German W. Qiao, L. Ji, L. Wang, F. Tong, W. Chen, Sydney, Australia; T. Geyer, Technical University dos Campos, Brazil; W. Wolf, University of
Aerospace Center (DLR), Braunschweig, Northwestern Polytechnical University, of Brandenburg, Cottbus, Germany; C. Doolan, Campinas, Campinas, Brazil
Germany Xian, China University of New South Wales, Sydney,
Australia; E. Sarradj, Technical University of
Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Monday, 5 June 2017
47-AA-10 CAA II: Methods Plaza Court 8
Chaired by: D. HIXON, University of Toledo and X. LI, Beihang University
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3174 AIAA-2017-3175 AIAA-2017-3176 AIAA-2017-3177 AIAA-2017-3178 AIAA-2017-3179
A Full High Order Method for Optimization of DRP Schemes for Effect of the Dissipation on Hybrid On the Accuracy of Boundary Low-Storage Hybrid MacCormack- A Hybrid Adaptive Low-Mach-Number/
Computational AeroAcoustics Non-Constant-Amplitude Oscillations MacCormack-type Scheme for Stencils for Runge-Kutta Time type Schemes for Computational Compressible Method for the Euler
C. Peyret, ONERA, Chtillon, France E. Brambley, V. Markeviciute, University of Computational Aeroacoustics Marching Schemes Aeroacoustics Equations
Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom S. Yazdani, D. Hixon, N. Mansouri, D. Hixon, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH R. Azim, D. Hixon, University of Toledo, E. Motheau, M. Duarte, A. Almgren, J. Bell,
University of Toledo, Toledo, OH Toledo, OH Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,
Berkeley, CA
Monday, 5 June 2017
48-AA-11 Duct Acoustics II: Impedance Eduction Governors Square 10
Chaired by: M. JONES, NASA-Langley Research Center and H. BODEN, KTH
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3180 AIAA-2017-3181 AIAA-2017-3182 AIAA-2017-3183 AIAA-2017-3184 AIAA-2017-3185 AIAA-2017-3186
Impedance eduction of liners in Development of a Multi-Fidelity Impedance eduction in the presence Impedance Eduction in Large Ducts Comparison of the effect of flow On the Effect of Boundary Investigation of impedance eduction
no-flow condition and based on Approach to Acoustic Liner of turbulent shear flow using the Containing High-Order Modes and direction on liner impedance using Conditions on Impedance Eduction accuracy on interferometer with
multimodal excitation Impedance Eduction linearized Navier-Stokes equations Grazing Flow different measurement methods Results the flow test rigs with help of
M. Lavieille, S. Le-Saint, Airbus, Toulouse, D. Nark, M. Jones, NASA Langley Research C. Weng, A. Schulz, German Aerospace Center W. Watson, M. Jones, NASA Langley H. Boden, Royal Institute of Technology A. Spillere, J. Cordioli, Federal University exact solution problem of sound
France Center, Hampton, VA (DLR), Berlin, Germany; D. Ronneberger, Georg Research Center, Hampton, VA (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden; J. Cordioli, A. of Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Brazil; propagation in duct with impedance
August University, Gttingen, Germany; L. Spillere, P. Serrano, Federal University of H. Boden, Royal Institute of Technology transition
Enghardt, F. Bake, German Aerospace Center Santa Catarina, Florianopolis, Brazil (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden N. Ostrikov, TsAGI, Moscow, Russia
(DLR), Berlin, Germany
Monday, 5 June 2017
49-AA-12 General Acoustics Plaza Court 7
Chaired by: C. BAILLY, Ecole Centrale de Lyon
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3187 AIAA-2017-3188 AIAA-2017-3189 AIAA-2017-3190 AIAA-2017-3191 AIAA-2017-3192
Acoustic Reflectometry for Pitot Investigation of Aircraft Approach Computational Modeling of Meteor- Laminar boundary layer instability A novel acoustic network model to Separation of Impulsive Transients
Tube Blockage Detection and Departure Velocity Profiles on Generated Ground Pressure Signatures noise study the influence of mean flow from Broadband Noise by Wavelet
J. Rodrigues, S. Grey, T. Rendall, M. Community Noise M. Nemec, Science and Technology M. Sanjose, P. Jaiswal, S. Moreau, and axial temperature distribution Filtering
Azarpeyvand, University of Bristol, Bristol, J. Thomas, L. Jensen, C. Brooks, M. Corporation, Moffett Field, CA; M. Aftosmis, University of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, on spinning limit cycles in annular A. Medda, D. Alvord, Georgia Institute of
United Kingdom Brenner, S. Salgueiro, R. Hansman, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Canada; A. Towne, S. Lele, Stanford combustors Technology, Atlanta, GA
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, CA; P. Brown, University of Western Ontario, University, Stanford, CA; A. Mann, Exa D. Laera, D. Yang, J. Li, A. Morgans, Imperial
Cambridge, MA London, Canada Corporation, Brisbane, CA College London, London, United Kingdom
Monday, 5 June 2017

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50-AA-13 Integration Effects and Flight Acoustics Governors Square 17
Chaired by: M. DOTY, NASA - Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3193 AIAA-2017-3194 AIAA-2017-3195 AIAA-2017-3196 AIAA-2017-3197 AIAA-2017-3198 AIAA-2017-3199
Aircraft Noise Reduction Technology Ground Noise Contour Prediction for Investigating Noise Shielding by Aircraft System Noise Shielding Multiple Scattering of Acoustic Including Wall Effects in Analytical Physical Simulation of Sound
Roadmap Toward Achieving The A NASA Hybrid Wing Body Subsonic Unconventional Aircraft Congurations Prediction with a Kirchhoff Integral Waves in Potential Mean Flow With Leading Edge Noise Predictions Propagation from Aircraft in Close
NASA 2035 Goal Transport Aircraft K. Rossignol, M. Pott-Pollenske, J. Method Circumferential Distortion R. Karve , J. Gill, F. Gea Aguilera, D. Proximity to the Ground
R. Thomas, NASA Langley Research Center, R. Thomas, NASA Langley Research Center, Delfs, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Y. Guo, NEAT Consulting, Seal Beach, CA; S. Guerin, M. Vogt, A. Holewa, German Angland, University of Southampton, J. Zhang, Z. Zheng, University of Kansas,
Hampton, VA; Y. Guo, NEAT Consulting, Seal Hampton, VA; Y. Guo, NEAT Consulting, Braunschweig, Germany; J. Silbermann, D. Pope, Analytical Mechanics Associates, Aerospace Center (DLR), Berlin, Germany Southampton, United Kingdom; T. Node- Lawrence, Lawrence, KS
Beach, CA; J. Berton, NASA Glenn Research Seal Beach, CA Bernhard Halle Nachfolger GmbH, Berlin, Inc., Hampton, VA; C. Burley, R. Thomas, Langlois, Airbus, Toulouse, France
Center, Cleveland, OH; H. Fernandez, NASA Germany; J. Pereira Gomes, German-Dutch NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton,
Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA Wind Tunnels, Braunschweig, Germany VA
Monday, 5 June 2017
51-AA-14 Interior Noise/Structural Acoustics Plaza Court 5
Chaired by: N. MURRAY, The University of Mississippi
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3200 AIAA-2017-3201 AIAA-2017-3202 AIAA-2017-3203 AIAA-2017-3204 AIAA-2017-3205 AIAA-2017-3206
Numerical investigation of wall Measurements of Surface Pressure Prediction of Structural Response in Empirical spectral model of wall Effects of Structural Damping on Determining Flow Propagation Automotive Wind Noise Prediction
pressure fluctuations for zero and Fluctuations and Flexible Panel Transonic Flow Using Wavenumber pressure fluctuations including Acoustic Scattering by Flexible Direction from In-Flight Array using Deterministic Aero-Vibro-
adverse pressure gradient turbulent Response to a Transonic Reattaching Decomposition of Fluctuating Pressures adverse pressure gradient effects Plates Surface Pressure Fluctuation Data Acoustics Method
boundary layers using synthetic Flow M. Yang, M. Palodichuk, ATA Engineering, N. Hu, German Aerospace Center (DLR), M. Nilton, A. Cavalieri, M. Donadon, S. Haxter, C. Spehr, German Aerospace C. Yu, Corning, Inc., Corning, NY
anisotropic turbulence N. Murray, B. Jansen, University of Mississippi, Inc., San Diego, CA; N. Murray, B. Jansen, Braunschweig, Germany Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), Center (DLR), Gttingen, Germany
N. Hu, N. Reiche, R. Ewert, German Aerospace Oxford, Oxford, MS; M. Yang, M. Palodichuk, University of Mississippi, Oxford, Oxford, MS So Jos dos Campos, Brazil; W. Wolf,
Center (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany ATA Engineering, Inc., San Diego, CA University of Campinas, Campinas, Brazil
Monday, 5 June 2017
52-AA-15 Jet Noise II: CFD Supersonic Governors Square 12
Chaired by: J. NICHOLS, Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics and G. BRS, Cascade Technologies, Inc.
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3207 AIAA-2017-3208 AIAA-2017-3209 AIAA-2017-3210 AIAA-2017-3211 AIAA-2017-3212 AIAA-2017-3213
Large eddy simulations of Helical Screech Tone Generation in Numerical Study of Temporally- Aeroacoustics of Supersonic Jets Large-eddy Simulation of the Numerical investigation of the noise Jet Noise Prediction using Hybrid
supersonic rectangular jets from an Overexpanded Jet Developing Supersonic Round Jets With Fluidic Injection Aeroacoustics of Clustered Supersonic generated by a rocket engine at RANS/LES with Structured Overset Grids
sinuous exhaust system J. Liu, A. Corrigan, K. Kailasanath, R. and their Sound Fields M. Coderoni, A. Lyrintzis, Embry-Riddle jets using a High-order Unstructured lift-off conditions using a two-way J. Housman, NASA Ames Research Center,
G. Brs, S. Bose, F. Ham, Cascade Ramamurti, Naval Research Laboratory, P. Pineau, C. Bogey, cole Centrale de Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Method coupled CFD-CAA method Moffett Field, CA; G. Stich, Science and
Technologies, Inc., Palo Alto, CA; G. Washington, D.C.; E. Gutmark, University Lyon, Lyon, France FL; G. Blaisdell, Purdue University, West T. Haga, S. Tsutsumi, W. Sarae, K. Terashima, A. Langenais, F. Vuillot, J. Troyes, ONERA, Technology Corporation, Moffett Field, CA; C.
Valentich, R. Kumar, F. Alvi, Florida State of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH Lafayette, IN T. Ishii, T. Hiraiwa, Japan Aerospace Exploration Chtillon, France; C. Bailly, cole Centrale Kiris, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett
University, Tallahassee, FL Agency (JAXA), Sagamihara, Japan de Lyon, Ecully, France Field, CA

Monday, 5 June 2017


53-AA-16 Turbomachinery Noise II Governors Square 11
Chaired by: C. TAM, Florida State Univeristy and M. GRUBER
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3214 AIAA-2017-3215 AIAA-2017-3216 AIAA-2017-3217 AIAA-2017-3218 AIAA-2017-3219
Bifurcation Measurement and Aeroacoustics of an axial ducted low An Analytic Solution for Gust- Effects of Intermittency and Comprehensive experimental Impact of turbulent inflow
Analysis of a Nonlinear Rijke-type Mach-number stage: numerical and Cascade Interaction Noise Including Geometry on the Turbulence investigation of mode transmission distributions on combustion noise of
Thermoacoustic System experimental investigation Effects of Realistic Aerofoil Impingement Noise of a CROR through stator vane rows: Results lean-premixed flames
X. Li, D. Zhao, Nanyang Technological M. Pestana, A. Pereira, E. Salze, cole Geometry Rear-Rotor Blade and calibration of an analytical S. Herff, K. Pausch, RWTH Aachen University,
University, Singapore, Singapore Centrale de Lyon, Ecully, France; J. Thisse, P. Baddoo, L. Ayton, University of J. Giez, Safran Group, Moissy-Cramayel, prediction model Aachen, Germany; H. Nawroth, Technical
Safran Group, Moissy-Cramayel, France; Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom France; M. Roger, cole Centrale de Lyon, M. Behn, L. Klhn, U. Tapken, German University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany; S.
M. Sanjose, University of Sherbrooke, Ecully, France; L. Vion, Safran Group, Aerospace Center (DLR), Berlin, Germany Schlimpert, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen,
Sherbrooke, Canada; E. Jondeau, cole Moissy-Cramayel, France; S. Moreau, Germany; C. Paschereit, Technical University of
Centrale de Lyon, Ecully, France; et al. University of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Berlin, Berlin, Germany; W. Schroeder, RWTH
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Monday, 5 June 2017
54-ADS-2 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Precision Aerial Delivery I Majestic Ballroom
Chaired by: N. SLEGERS, George Fox University and T. JANN, DLR - German Aerospace Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3220 AIAA-2017-3221 AIAA-2017-3222 AIAA-2017-3223 AIAA-2017-3224 AIAA-2017-3225 AIAA-2017-3226
Trajectory Planning for Autonomous Characterizing the Performance of A Probabilistic Algorithm for Ballistic A Probabilistic Approach to the Probabilistic Airdrop Planning for Analysis of Performance Metrics for Enhanced Meteorological
Parafoils in Complex Terrain Transition Altitude Optimization for High Parachute Transition Altitude Optimal Determination of a Dynamic Drop Zones Precision Airdrop Instrumentation in Airdrop
B. Le Floch, J. How, Massachusetts Altitude-Low Opening Ballistic Airdrop Optimization Computed Air Release Point A. Gerlach, D. Doman, Air Force Research A. Cinnamon, E. Miller, A. Gilkey, Infoscitex Environment
Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA; A. Gerlach, D. Doman, Air Force Research A. Leonard, B. Klein, C. Jumonville, J. A. Leonard, J. Rogers, Georgia Institute Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH; J. Corporation, Dayton, OH R. Fraser, Yuma Proving Ground, Yuma
L. Breger, M. Stoeckle, Draper Laboratory, Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH; M. Rogers, Georgia Institute of Technology, of Technology, Atlanta, GA; A. Gerlach, D. Rogers, A. Leonard, Georgia Institute of Proving Ground, AZ
Cambridge, MA Henry, Army Research, Development and Atlanta, GA; A. Gerlach, D. Doman, Doman, Air Force Research Laboratory, Technology, Atlanta, GA
Engineering Command, Natick, MA; S. Patel, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright- Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Ignition Technologies, Sudbury, MA Patterson AFB, OH
Monday, 5 June 2017
55-ADS-3 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Orion Parachute System Vail
Chaired by: J. DAUM, NASA, JSC, Flight Mechanics & Traj Design Branch and J. CRUZ, NASA-Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3227 AIAA-2017-3228 AIAA-2017-3229 AIAA-2017-3230 AIAA-2017-3231 AIAA-2017-3232 AIAA-2017-3233
Test Vehicle Forebody Wake Effects Extrapolating the Trends of Test Photographic Volume Estimation of Design and Testing of CPAS Main The Challenges of Using Computer- Isolating Added Mass Load Extraction-Separation Performance
on CPAS Parachutes Drop Data with Opening Shock CPAS Main Parachutes Deployment Bag Energy Modulator Vision-Based Technique for Motion Components of CPAS Main Clusters and Dynamic Modeling of Orion Test
E. Ray, MRI Technologies, Houston, TX Factor Calculations: the Case of the E. Ray, MRI Technologies, Houston, TX C. Mollmann, Airborne Systems, Santa Parameter Estimation of Multi-Body E. Ray, MRI Technologies, Houston, TX Vehicles with Adams Simulation: 3rd
Orion Main and Drogue Parachutes Ana, CA Aerodynamic Decelerator Edition
Inflating to 1st Reefed Stage O. Yakimenko, Naval Postgraduate School, J. Varela, GeoControl Systems, Inc., Houston,
J. Potvin, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Monterey, CA TX; K. Anderson, Orbital ATK, Brigham City,
MO; E. Ray, MRI Technologies, Houston, TX UT; S. Reddy, Jacobs, Houston, TX; E. Moeller,
Barrios Technology, Inc., Houston, TX
Monday, 5 June 2017
56-AMT-2 MEMS and Novel Sensors Directors Row E
Chaired by: D. PLEMMONS, National Aerospace Solutions and Z. ZHANG, University of Tennessee
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3234 AIAA-2017-3235 AIAA-2017-3236 AIAA-2017-3237 AIAA-2017-3238 AIAA-2017-3239
Air Data Probe Design by Circulation Design and Evaluation of a A Compact Directional Total Pressure A Novel Flight Coefficient Estimation Development of a Fast-Response High Temperature Sensors for
Theory - Extended Abstract Realtime, Microcontroller Based Probe for Advanced Inlet Development of Flying Disc and its Performance Calorimeter Gauge for Hypersonic Intellegent Aero-Engine Applications
J. Zhu, M. Sempertegui, S. Randle, Ohio Gust Sensing System for a Small Y. Li, D. Cuppoletti, C. Harris, Northrop Analysis via Onboard Magnetometer Ground Testing F. Duan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University,
University, Athens, OH Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Grumman Corporation, El Segundo, CA; Measurement R. Penty Geraets, M. McGilvray, L. Doherty, Shanghai, China
I. Martin, C. Ben, D. Moormann, RWTH R. Westphal, K. Lawrence, California J. Lee, Y. Lee, S. Sung, K. Kim, Konkuk University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom;
Aachen University, Aachen, Germany Polytechnic State University, San Luis University, Seoul, South Korea R. Morgan, C. James, S. Vella, University of
Obispo, San Luis Obispo, CA Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
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57-AMT-3/FD-5 Advanced Measurement Capability Needs for Understanding Hypersonic Laminar-to-Turbulent Transition Governors Square 14
Chaired by: B. WHEATON, JHU Applied Physics Laboratory and J. JEWELL, Air Force Research Laboratory
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation
Flight Experiments for Boundary Experimental Data Needs for Progress and Context of Recent Schlieren measurements of the Atomic Layer Thermopile (ALTP) Laser-Based Measurement Boundary-Layer Transition and Tunnel
Layer Transition (Invited) Mechanism-Based Simulations of Efforts with the Focused Laser second mode instability in high- - sensors for high-bandwidth, Techniques for Understanding Noise Measurements in Hypersonic
R. Kimmel, Air Force Research Laboratory, High-Speed Transition (Invited) Differential Interferometer (Invited) speed boundary layers (Invited) quantitative surface heat-flux Hypersonic Laminar-to-Turbulent T&E Facilities: Techniques and
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH G. Candler, University of Minnesota, Twin N. Parziale, Stevens Institute of S. Laurence, University of Maryland, measurements (Invited) Transition (Invited) Challenges (Invited)
Cities, Minneapolis, MN Technology, Hoboken, NJ College Park, College Park, MD T. Roediger, University of Applied Sciences P. Danehy, B. Bathel, NASA Langley E. Marineau, G. Morauru, D. Lewis, J. Lafferty,
Landshut, Landshut, Germany Research Center, Hampton, VA Arnold Engineering Development Complex,
Silver Spring, MD
Monday, 5 June 2017
58-APA-6 Vortex/Vortical Flow Applications II Century
Chaired by: B. MARPLES and B. MCGRATH, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs
AIAA-2017-3240 AIAA-2017-3241 AIAA-2017-3242
Effect of Controlled Imperfections Vortex Control through Forebody Vortex Study of Flow Over Airfoil with
on the Vortex Asymmetry of a Strakes and Vortex Generators Gurney Flap and Numerical Analysis
Conical Body at High Incidence E. Stephen, T. McLaughlin, U.S. Air Force of its Drag Characteristics for Different
S. Mahadevan, J. Rodriguez, R. Kumar, Academy, Colorado Springs, CO Arrangements
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL A. Sharma, University of Petroleum and Energy
Studies, Dehradun, India
Monday, 5 June 2017
59-APA-7 Flow Control Applications and Demonstrations II Silver
Chaired by: B. OSBORNE, The Boeing Company and K. JANSEN, University of Colorado Boulder
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3243 AIAA-2017-3244 AIAA-2017-3245 AIAA-2017-3246 AIAA-2017-3247 AIAA-2017-3248 AIAA-2017-3249
Interaction of a Synthetic Jet Numerical Investigation of Unsteady High Reynolds Number High-Lift Transonic Drag Reduction Through Open Loop Control on a Coanda Numerical and Experimental Numerical Investigation of Low
Actuator on Separated flow over a Blowing Through Discrete Slots on a Airfoil Testing with Flow Control Trailing-Edge Blowing on the FAST- Flap Water Tunnel Model Investigation of Propeller Slipstream Speed Performance of Transonic
Vertical Tail Swept Vertical Tail of Infinite Span V. Ciobaca, German Aerospace Center MAC Circulation Control Model Y. El Sayed M., R. Semaan, R. Radespiel, Interaction with active High Lift Wing Coflow Jet Airfoil
K. Jansen, M. Rasquin, J. Farnsworth, A. Gebhardt, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany; J. D. Chan, G. Jones, W. Milholen, NASA Technical University of Braunschweig, C. Lenfers, German-Dutch Wind Tunnels, S. Dhakal, Y. Yang, G. Zha, J. Boling,
University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany Dandois, ONERA, Meudon, France Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; S. Braunschweig, Germany Emmeloord, The Netherlands; N. Beck, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL
CO; N. Rathay, M. Monastero, M. Amitay, Goodliff, Jacobs, Hampton, VA R. Radespiel, Technical University of
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany
Monday, 5 June 2017
60-APA-8 Special Session: Carriage and Store Separation Colorado
Chaired by: J. DOYLE, US Army AMRDEC and C. ROSEMA, US Army AMRDEC
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs
AIAA-2017-3250 AIAA-2017-3251 AIAA-2017-3252
Comparison of the Eglin Test Case Store Aeparation Trajectory Modelling of Transonic Shallow
with CFD Based Captive Trajectory Predictions for Maritime Search and Cavity Flows
Simulation and Grid Method Rescue (SAR) G. Loupy, G. Barakos, University of
G. Demir, Middle East Technical University, A. Cenko, AIWS, LLC, Huntingdon Valley, Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Ankara, Turkey; M. Erdem, Figes Engineering, PA
Ankara, Turkey; P. Alemdarolu, Atilim
University, Ankara, Turkey
Monday, 5 June 2017
61-APA-9 Special Session: Low Boom Activities II Windows

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Chaired by: S. RALLABHANDI, National Institute of Aerospace and M. PARK, NASA-Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3253 AIAA-2017-3254 AIAA-2017-3255 AIAA-2017-3256 AIAA-2017-3257 Panel Discussion
DLR TAU Simulations for the USM3D Simulations for 2nd Sonic Cart3D Simulations for the Second Near Field Summary and Statistical Propagation Summary of the
Second AIAA Sonic Boom Prediction Boom Workshop AIAA Sonic Boom Prediction Analysis of the Second AIAA Sonic Second AIAA Sonic Boom Prediction
Workshop A. Elmiligui, M. Carter, NASA Langley Research Workshop Boom Prediction Workshop Workshop
J. Kirz, R. Rudnik, German Aerospace Center, Hampton, VA; S. Cliff, NASA Ames G. Anderson, M. Aftosmis, M. Nemec, M. Park, NASA Langley Research Center, S. Rallabhandi, A. Loubeau, NASA Langley
Center (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany Research Center, Moffett Field, CA; S. Nayani, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Hampton, VA; M. Nemec, NASA Ames Research Center, Hampton, VA
J. Pearl, NASA Langley Research Center, Field, CA Research Center, Mountain View, CA
Hampton, VA
Monday, 5 June 2017
62-APA-10 Aerodynamic Design: Analysis, Methodologies, and Optimization Techniques II Gold
Chaired by: M. GHOREYSHI, United States Air Force Academy and R. RAMAMURTI, Naval Research Laboratory
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3258 AIAA-2017-3259 AIAA-2017-3260 AIAA-2017-3261 AIAA-2017-3262
Aerodynamic Shape Optimization of Accuracy of Two Nonlinear Finite An Evaluation of Bi-Fidelity Multi-Fidelity Uncertainty Analysis Aerodynamic Optimization of Wing-
a Box-Wing Regional Aircraft Based Wing Models in the Aerodynamic Modeling Efficiency on a General in CFD Using Hierarchical Kriging Body Configuration using Discrete
on the Reynolds-Averaged Navier- Prediction of Wing Sweep Effects Family of NACA Airfoils P. Palar, K. Shimoyama, Tohoku University, Adjoint Method
Stokes Equations H. Aubeelack, R. Botez, University of R. Skinner, A. Doostan, E. Peters, J. Evans, Sendai, Japan A. Yildirim, S. Eyi, Middle East Technical
T. Chau, D. Zingg, University of Toronto, Qubec, Montral, Canada K. Jansen, University of Colorado, Boulder, University, Ankara, Turkey
Toronto, Canada Boulder, CO
Monday, 5 June 2017
63-ASE-2/FD-6 Dynamics of Aircraft Wake Vortices: A Continuing Journey Longer Than a Half Century (Invited) Columbine
Chaired by: Z. ZHENG, The University of Kansas and N. AHMAD, NASA Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-3263 Oral Presentation Oral Presentation
Wake-vortex research for aircraft Numerical Simulation of Aircraft Wake History of Wake Vortex Research at Axial Vortices: Did Rankine almost Investigating, through LES, the FAA Perspectives on Historical
spacing: from breakup to prediction Vortex Behavior A Retrospective and NASA Langley get it right? development of wake vortices and Wake Turbulence R&D to Recent
J. Crouch, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Contemporary View F. Proctor, NASA Langley Research Center, R. Ash, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, their interaction with the atmosphere Operational Implementations
WA F. Holzpfel, German Aerospace Center Hampton, VA VA and the ground D. Burnham, Scensi, Boston, MA;
(DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany G. Winckelmans, Catholic University of J. Hallock, F. Wang, Department of
Leuven, Leuven, Belgium Transportation, Cambridge, MA

Monday, 5 June 2017


64-ATIO.ACD-2 Aircraft En Route Performance Governors Square 16
Chaired by: R. VOS, TU Delft fac. Aerospace Engineering
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3264 AIAA-2017-3265 AIAA-2017-3266 AIAA-2017-3267 AIAA-2017-3268
Cruise Performance Optimization Revisiting Takeoff Obstacle The Doghouse Plot: History, Feasibility Analysis of Aviation CO2 The control law of flight level
of the Airbus A320 through Flap Clearance Procedures: An Argument Construction Techniques, and Emission Goals Under Uncertainty change for transport aircraft
Morphing for Extended Second Segment Climb Application M. Hassan, H. Pfaender, D. Mavris, Georgia T. Yang, G. An, Y. Gao, Aviation Industry
M. Orlita, R. Vos, Delft University of J. Beard, T. Takahashi, Arizona State J. Wilson, T. Takahashi, Arizona State Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA Corporation of China (AVIC), Xian, China
Technology, Delft, The Netherlands University, Tempe, AZ University, Tempe, AZ
Monday, 5 June 2017
65-ATIO.ATM-3 UAS Traffic Management (UTM) Safety Plaza Court 1
Chaired by: C. BELCASTRO, NASA-Langley Research Center and D. NEWMAN, Crew Systems
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs

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AIAA-2017-3269 AIAA-2017-3270 AIAA-2017-3271 AIAA-2017-3272 AIAA-2017-3273 AIAA-2017-3274 AIAA-2017-3275
Hazards Identification and Analysis for Failure Mode Effects Analysis and High-Fidelity Multi-Rotor Unmanned Preliminary Risk Assessment for Real-time Risk Assessment Experimental Flight Testing for Assessing Making a Risk Informed Safety
Unmanned Aircraft System Operations Flight Testing for Small Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Simulation Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Framework for Unmanned Aircraft the Safety of Unmanned Aircraft System Case for Small Unmanned Aircraft
C. Belcastro, NASA Langley Research Center, Aerial Systems Development for Trajectory L. Barr, Department of Transportation, System (UAS) Traffic Management Safety-Critical Operations System Operations
Hampton, VA; R. Newman, Crew Systems, M. Logan, L. Glaab, NASA Langley Prediction Under Off-Nominal Flight Cambridge, MA; R. Newman, Crew (UTM) C. Belcastro, NASA Langley Research Center, R. Clothier, The Boeing Company, Brisbane,
Seattle, WA; J. Evans, Analytical Mechanics Research Center, Hampton, VA Dynamics Systems, Seattle, WA; E. Ancel, C. E. Ancel, F. Capristan, J. Foster, NASA Hampton, VA; D. Klyde, Systems Technology, Australia; E. Denney, G. Pai, Stinger
Associates, Inc., Hampton, VA; D. Klyde, J. Foster, NASA Langley Research Center, Belcastro, J. Foster, NASA Langley Research Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; R. Inc., Hawthorne, CA; M. Logan, NASA Langley Ghaffarian Technologies, Inc., Moffett
Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, CA; L. Hampton, VA; D. Hartman, Drexel Center, Hampton, VA; J. Evans, Analytical Condotta, Analytical Mechanics Associates, Research Center, Hampton, VA; R. Newman, Field, CA
Barr, Department of Transportation, Cambridge, University, Philadelphia, PA Mechanics Associates, Inc., Hampton, Inc., Hampton, VA Crew Systems, Seattle, WA; J. Foster, NASA
MA; E. Ancel, NASA Langley Research Center, VA; et al. Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
Hampton, VA
Monday, 5 June 2017
66-ATIO.ATM-4 Human Factors in ATM Plaza Court 2
Chaired by: A. DESHMUKH, Honeywell Inc.
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-3276 AIAA-2017-3277 AIAA-2017-3278 AIAA-2017-3279
Experimental Investigation of Analysis of Eye-Tracking Data Unmanned Aircraft Systems Detect and The Analysis of The Relationship
Typical Aircraft Field Performance during Conditions Conducive to Loss Avoid System: End-to-End Verification Between Failure of Go-Around
versus Predicted Performance of Airplane State Awareness and Validation Simulation Study of Situation and Crew Resource
Targets E. Dill, S. Young, T. Daniels, E. Evans, Minimum Operational Performance Management Training
D. Wood, T. Takahashi, Arizona State NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Standards for Integrating Unmanned D. Wang, Y. Nong, Civil Aviation Flight
University, Tempe, AZ; L. Bays, Dragonfly VA Aircraft into the National Airspace System University of China, Guanghan, China
Aeronautics, LLC, Alpharetta, GA R. Ghatas, NASA Langley Research Center,
Hampton, VA; D. Jack, Adaptive Aerospace Group,
Inc., Hampton, VA; D. Tsakpinis, J. Sturdy, SAIC,
Hampton, VA; M. Vincent, NASA Langley Research
Center, Hampton, VA; K. Hoffler, Adaptive Aerospace
Group, Inc., Hampton, VA; et al.
Monday, 5 June 2017
67-ATIO.TFPC-2/ATIO.GA-1 On-Demand Mobility II: Thin-Haul Aviation Markets and Operations Governors Square 15
Chaired by: A. LINN, Worcester Polytechnic Institute and B. GERMAN, Georgia Institute of Technology
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-3280 AIAA-2017-3281 AIAA-2017-3282 AIAA-2017-3283 AIAA-2017-3284
On-Demand Air Mobility - A National The Emerging Potential for Forecasting Demand for On Identification and Analysis of Market volume estimation of Operational and Economic Electric Aircraft Sizing Considering
Strategic Framework Proposition Economical Thin-Haul Aviation Demand Mobility Factors Influencing the Decision to thin-haul On-Demand Air Mobility Feasibility of Electric Thin Haul the Constraints of Scheduled
B. Holmes, R. Parker, AirMarkets Corporation, B. German, Georgia Institute of Technology, L. Garrow, M. Ilbeigi, Z. Chen, Georgia Select Transportation by General services in Germany Transportation Operations
Williamsburg, VA; L. Garrow, Atlanta Analytics, Atlanta, GA Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA Aviation Aircraft, Commercial Air M. Kreimeier, E. Stumpf, RWTH Aachen C. Justin, A. Payan, S. Briceno, D. Mavris, T. Hamilton, B. German, Georgia Institute
Atlanta, GA; D. Stanley, P. McHugh, National University, Aachen, Germany Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA of Technology, Atlanta, GA

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Carrier or Automobile.
Institute of Aerospace, Hampton, VA; P. A. Linn, Worcester Polytechnic Institute,
Masson, Starnet, LLC, San Francisco, CA; et al. Worcester, MA
Monday, 5 June 2017
68-BAL-2 Balloon Flight Performance Savoy
Chaired by: D. ORR, CSBF
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3285 AIAA-2017-3286 AIAA-2017-3287 AIAA-2017-3288 AIAA-2017-3289
A New Tool for Estimating The Investigation and Measurement Demonstration of Fine Altitude On Performance of Passively- Sky Lantern Safety Flight Profile for
Atmospheric Conditions in Four of Balloon Dynamics at the Apex Control on Stratospheric Balloons to Guided Balloon Systems for Earth Risk Assessment
Dimensions and Base of a Scientific Balloon Achieve a Desired Ground Track and Extra-Terrestrial Applications M. Schuurman, D. Gransden, Delft
M. Smith, Aerostar International, Inc., E. Chaffee, I. Smith, J. Noll, B. Martin, M. Smith, Aerostar International, Inc., C. Yoder, R. Waghela, T. Gemmer, A. University of Technology, Delft, The
Sulphur Springs, TX Southwest Research Institute, San Sulphur Springs, TX Mazzoleni, A. Gopalarathnam, North Netherlands
Antonio, TX Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
Monday, 5 June 2017
69-CFD-4 High-Order Finite Volume Methods Tower Court D
Chaired by: H. LUO, North Carolina State University and C. OLLIVIER GOOCH, University of British Columbia
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-3290 AIAA-2017-3291 AIAA-2017-3292 AIAA-2017-3293
Motivations and methods of Vortical flow calculations using a high- An Efficient Edge Based Data A Multilevel Parallelism Approach
verification for high-order RANS order Vorticity Confinement method Structure Implementation for a with MPI and OpenACC for Complex
solvers and solutions I. Petropoulos, M. Costes, ONERA, Meudon, Vertex Based Finite Volume Method CFD Codes
F. Navah, S. Nadarajah, McGill University, France; P. Cinnella, Paris Institute of Technology, S. Akkurt, M. Sahin, Istanbul Technical A. McCall, C. Roy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Montral, Canada Paris, France University, Istanbul, Turkey and State University, Blacksburg, VA
Monday, 5 June 2017
70-CFD-5 Numerical Methodologies for DNS and LES Tower Court C
Chaired by: I. SENOCAK, Boise State University and A. MCMULLAN, University of Leicester
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs
AIAA-2017-3294 AIAA-2017-3295 AIAA-2017-3296
Turbulent Inflow Generation Inflow Condition Effects on Large A Volume-Force Synthetic Turbulence
for Large-eddy Simulation of Eddy Simulations of Variable Approach For Modeling Unsteady
Incompressible Flows Through Density Mixing Layers Fluid-Structure Interactions.
Buoyancy Perturbations J. Huang, S. Hug, W. McMullan, University M. Kazarina, S. Parikh, L. Nguyen, V. Golubev,
R. DeLeon, University of Idaho, Moscow, of Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona
Moscow, ID; I. Senocak, Boise State Beach, FL; M. Visbal, Air Force Research
University, Boise, ID Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

Monday, 5 June 2017


71-CFD-6 Mesh Adaptation Tower Court B
Chaired by: N. WYMAN and D. MARCUM
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3297 AIAA-2017-3298 AIAA-2017-3299 AIAA-2017-3300 AIAA-2017-3301 AIAA-2017-3302
High-Order Finite-Volume Scheme Vortical Flow Prediction of a Moving Anisotropic mesh adaptation for Assessment of Anisotropic Mesh A Parallel Adaptive Mesh Automatic high-order mesh
with Anisotropic Adaptive Mesh Aircraft Using Goal-Oriented turbomachinery applications Adaptation for High-Lift Prediction Refinement Software for Complex movement with Spring-Field and
Refinement: Efficient Inexact Anisotropic Mesh Adaptation L. Frazza, A. Loseille, F. Alauzet, National of the HL-CRM configuration Geometry Flow Simulations vector-adding: 2D moving mesh
Newton Method for Steady Three- E. Gauci, F. Alauzet, National Institute for Institute for Research in Computer Science F. Alauzet, A. Loseille, National Institute for J. Hasbestan, I. Senocak, Boise State with viscous layer
Dimensional Flows Research in Computer Science and Control and Control (INRIA), Saclay, France Research in Computer Science and Control University, Boise, ID T. Liu, W. Lin, University of Tennessee,
L. Freret, C. Groth, University of Toronto, (INRIA), Palaiseau, France; A. Dervieux, National (INRIA), Saclay, France; D. Marcum, Mississippi Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN; C. Hilbert,
Toronto, Canada; T. Nguyen, H. De Sterck, Institute for Research in Computer Science and State University, Starkville, MS; T. Michal, The Branch Technology, Chattanooga, TN
University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia Control (INRIA), Sophia Antipolis, France Boeing Company, St. Louis, MO

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72-F360-2 X-Planes: Discovery Through Flight Grand Ballroom I
1400 - 1600 hrs
Moderator: Starr Ginn, Deputy Aeronautics Research Director, NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center
Panelists:

Edward L. Burnett Robert E. Curry Bill Gray Nils Larson Daniel G. Murri Dana Purifoy Art Tomassetti
Senior Fellow Chief Scientist Chief Pilot Chief, Flight Crew Branch, NASA Technical Fellow for Flight Director of Flight Operation Director
Modeling, Simulation, and Controls NASA Dryden Flight Research Center U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School NASA Armstrong Flight Research Mechanics NASA Armstrong Flight Research F-35B U.S. Marine Corps Program
Lockheed Martin Corporation Center NASA Langley Research Center Center Manager
Lockheed Martin Corporation

Monday, 5 June 2017


73-FD-7 Experimental Studies or Numerical Simulations I Beverly
Chaired by: B. MAINES, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics and J. WEISS, Ecole de Technologie Superieure
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3303 AIAA-2017-3304 AIAA-2017-3305 AIAA-2017-3306 AIAA-2017-3307 AIAA-2017-3308
Experimental Measurements of Higher order dynamic mode The Variation in Co and Counter- Unsteady Nature of Vortex Pair in A Numerical Investigation of Vortex Numerical Simulation of Plasma
Turbulent Junction Flow Using decomposition applied to post- Rotating Upstream-Downstream Formation Flight Dynamics About a Streamlined Flows and Radio-Frequency
High Speed Stereo PIV and IR process a limited amount of noisy Vortex Interactions C. Chen, Z. Wang, I. Gursul, University of Cylinder At Various Aspect Ratios Blackout in Atmospheric Reentry
Thermography PIV data K. Forster, T. Barber, University of New South Bath, Bath, United Kingdom M. Siemon, D. Nichols, Auburn University, Demonstrator Mission
S. Elahi, E. Lange, S. Lynch, Pennsylvania S. Le Clainche Martinez, F. Sastre, J. Vega, Wales, Kensington, Australia; S. Diasinos, Auburn, AL M. Jung, H. Kihara, K. Abe, Kyushu
State University, University Park, PA V. Angel, Technical University of Madrid, Macquarie University, North Ryde, Australia; G. University, Fukuoka, Japan; Y. Takahashi,
Madrid, Spain Doig, California Polytechnic State University, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo, CA
Monday, 5 June 2017
74-FD-8 Fluidic/Jet Based Flow Control Capitol
Chaired by: O. SAHNI, Rensselaer Polytech Inst and J. FARNSWORTH, University of Colorado Boulder
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3309 AIAA-2017-3310 AIAA-2017-3311 AIAA-2017-3312 AIAA-2017-3313 AIAA-2017-3314
Identifying Dynamic Modes of Large Eddy Simulation of Flow Application of a Biot-Savart Computational Modeling and Application of Sweeping Jet Phase-Synchronized Fluidic
Separated Flow Subject to ZNMF- Interactions between a Segmented Solver to Predict Axis Switching Analysis of Sweeping Jet Fluidic Actuators on the NASA Hump Model Oscillator Pair
Based Control from Surface Pressure Synthetic Jet and a Crossflow Phenomenon in Finite-Span Vortices Oscillators and Comparison with CFDVAL2004 M. Tomac, J. Gregory, Ohio State
Measurements E. McGlynn, S. Tran, O. Sahni, Rensselaer Expelled from a Synthetic Jet J. Seo, R. Mittal, Johns Hopkins University, Experiments University, Columbus, OH
E. Deem, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY J. Straccia, J. Farnsworth, University of Baltimore, MD M. Koklu, NASA Langley Research Center,
FL; M. Hemati, University of Minnesota, Twin Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO Hampton, VA
Cities, Minneapolis, MN; L. Cattafesta, Florida
State University, Tallahassee, FL; F. Cadieux,
R. Mittal, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore,
MD; H. Zhang, Princeton University, Princeton,
NJ; et al.
Monday, 5 June 2017
75-FD-9 Separation Control Terrace
Chaired by: D. WILLIAMS, Illinois Institute of Technology
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-3315 AIAA-2017-3316 AIAA-2017-3317 AIAA-2017-3318
Response of the Separated Flow Effect of Synthetic Jet Modulation Experimental Study on the Detailed Flow Control Using Passive Vortex
over an Airfoil to a Short-Time Schemes on the Response of a Structure of Separation Bubble in Flow Generators
Actuator Burst Separation Bubble Control with DBD Plasma Actuator S. Tandon, S. Shinde, K. Maki, E. Johnsen,
X. An, D. Williams, Illinois Institute of J. Seo, F. Cadieux, R. Mittal, Johns Hopkins Y. Miyakawa, Kogakuin University, Shinjuku, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann
Technology, Chicago, IL; A. Fernando de University, Baltimore, MD; E. Deem, Japan; S. Sekimoto, Tokyo University of Arbor, MI
Castro da Silva, T. Colonius, California L. Cattafesta, Florida State University, Science, Katsushika, Japan; M. Sato, Japan

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Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA; Tallahassee, FL Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA),
J. Eldredge, University of California, Los Sagamihara, Japan; T. Nonomura, Tohoku
Angeles, Los Angeles, CA University, Sendai, Japan; A. Oyama, Japan
Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA),
Sagamihara, Japan; K. Fujii, Tokyo University
of Science, Katsushika, Japan; et al.
Monday, 5 June 2017
76-FD-10 Unsteady Fluid Dynamics and Unsteady Aerodynamics II Tower Court A
Chaired by: S. BENTON, Air Force Research Laboratory and D. GARMANN, Air Force Research Laboratory
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-3319 AIAA-2017-3320 AIAA-2017-3321 AIAA-2017-3322
Interactions of a Trailing Vortex with Effects of Vertical Position and Numerical Simulation of Wing Numerical Simulation of Flow Past
a Downstream NACA0012 Wing Orientation on a Vortical-Gust/ Section Undergoing Plunging a Circular and a Square Cylinder at
D. Garmann, M. Visbal, Air Force Research Airfoil Interaction at a Transitional Motions at High Angles of Attack High Reynolds Number
Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH Reynolds Number A. Gross, New Mexico State University, Las L. Zhang, T. Wray, R. Agarwal, Washington
C. Barnes, M. Visbal, Air Force Research Cruces, NM; J. Little, H. Fasel, University of University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH Arizona, Tucson, Tucson, AZ
Monday, 5 June 2017
77-GT-2 Data Acquisition, Modeling, and Simulation Directors Row J
Chaired by: W. HUMPHREYS, NASA Langley Research Center and A. CHOU, NASA Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs
AIAA-2017-3323 AIAA-2017-3324 AIAA-2017-3325
Data Acquisition System for A Preliminary Study on Application Mach 10 PIV Flow Field Measurements
Turbojet Engine using LabVIEW of Closed-loop Cross Compensation of a Turbulent Boundary Layer and
programming and PCI Extensions Control in Accelerated Fatigue Shock Turbulent Boundary Layer
for Instrumentation Testing Interaction
D. Ribeiro, H. Kubinhetz, A. Campo, J. Z. Hongwei, D. Shihui, F. Jianmin, Aviation J. Brooks, A. Gupta, University of Maryland,
Sousa, Federal Institute of Education Industry Corporation of China (AVIC), College Park, College Park, MD; E. Marineau,
Science and Technology, So Paulo, Brazil; Xian, China Arnold Engineering Development Complex,
J. Alencar, Brazilian Air Force, So Paulo, Silver Spring, MD; M. Smith, National
Brazil Aerospace Solutions, Silver Spring, MD
Monday, 5 June 2017
78-MDO-3 Aerodynamic Shape Optimization II Directors Row I
Chaired by: J. MARTINS, University of Michigan
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3326 AIAA-2017-3327 AIAA-2017-3328 AIAA-2017-3329 AIAA-2017-3330
A Discrete Adjoint Framework for Component-based Geometry Statistical-Analysis-Based Setup A Multilevel Monte Carlo Algorithm Aerodynamic Design Exploration
Low-Boom Supersonic Aircraft Manipulation for Aerodynamic of Physics-based Surrogates and for Robust Multi Objective through Surrogate-Assisted Illumination
Shape Optimization Shape Optimization with Overset Optimization Process Resolution for Aerodynamic Shape Optimization A. Gaier, A. Asteroth, Bonn-Rhein-Sieg
B. Munguia, T. Economon, J. Alonso, Meshes Variable-Fidelity Aerodynamic Design M. Pisaroni, F. Nobile, P. Leyland, Swiss University of Applied Sciences, Sankt Augustin,
Stanford University, Stanford, CA N. Secco, J. Jasa, G. Kenway, J. Martins, S. Koziel, Reykjavik University, Reykjavik, Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Germany; J. Mouret, National Institute for
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Iceland; L. Leifsson, Iowa State University, Switzerland Research in Computer Science and Control
Arbor, MI Ames, IA (INRIA), Nancy, France

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Monday, 5 June 2017
79-MDO-4 Design Optimization of Complex Engineered Systems II Directors Row H
Chaired by: B. MESMER, University of Alabama and D. ALLAIRE, Texas A&M University
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3331 AIAA-2017-3332 AIAA-2017-3333 AIAA-2017-3334 AIAA-2017-3335
Design Optimization of Advanced Fleet Sizing For Large Express Simulation Optimization for Compressor Design in the Context Composite reinforced metallic
Exhaust Systems Shipment Airlines Historical Reenactment of the Air of Holistic Aero Engine Design cylinder for high-speed rotation
N. Nigam, S. Ayyalasomayajula, Y. Tang, L. Ruckle, D. Mavris, Georgia Institute of Transportation Network Evolution M. Hendler, S. Extra, M. Lockan, D. Bestle, S. Pradhan, Indian Institute of Science,
Intelligent Automation, Inc., Rockville, Technology, Atlanta, GA K. Song, J. Lewe, D. Mavris, Georgia Brandenburg University of Technology, Bengalaru, India
MD; P. Urbanczyk, J. Alonso, Stanford Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA Cottbus, Germany; P. Flassig, Rolls-Royce
University, Stanford, CA Group plc, Blankenfelde, Germany
Monday, 5 June 2017
80-MST-2 Modeling and Simulation for the Air Transportation System Plaza Court 6
Chaired by: R. RUFF and M. ALVAREZ, NASA Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3336 AIAA-2017-3337 AIAA-2017-3338 AIAA-2017-3339 AIAA-2017-3340
Point-Mass Aircraft Trajectory Autonomous System Technologies Efficient Fast Approximation for Development of Rapid Fleet- Benefit Analysis for ADS-B
Prediction Using a Hierarchical, for Resilient Airspace Operations Aircraft Fuel Consumption for Wide Environmental Assessment Surveillance System Based on China
Highly-Adaptable Software Design (ASTROA) Decision-Making and Policy Analysis Capability Airspace Capability Model
D. Karr, R. Vivona, S. Woods, Engility V. Houston, L. Le Vie, NASA Langley J. Yanto, R. Liem, Hong Kong University L. Jensen, J. Thomas, C. Brooks, M. Q. Gu, G. Wang, J. Wu, Aviation Industry
Corporation, Billerica, MA; D. Wing, NASA Research Center, Hampton, VA of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, Brenner, R. Hansman, Massachusetts Corporation of China (AVIC), Shanghai,
Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA Hong Kong Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA China
Monday, 5 June 2017
81-PDL-2 Plasma Aerodynamics I: DBD-Based Flow Control Denver
Chaired by: D. ASHPIS, NASA Glenn Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-3341 AIAA-2017-3342 AIAA-2017-3343 AIAA-2017-3344
Corner Separation Zone Response to Static Stall Control at High Angle Investigation of Scaling Effects NS Dielectric Barrier Discharge
Plasma Actuation in the Hypersonic of Attack by NS pulsed Actuator in Due to Varying Dielectric Materials Development and Thrust Generation
Boundary Layer over a Compression Burst Mode in Asymmetric Surface Dielectric in 4-Electrode Geometry
Ramp A. Starikovskiy, Princeton University, Barrier Discharge A. Starikovskiy, K. Meehan, Princeton
B. Hedlund, A. Houpt, S. Gordeyev, S. Princeton, NJ; J. Williams, Purdue A. Ngo, K. Pai, J. Jacob, Oklahoma State University, Princeton, NJ; J. Williams,
Leonov, University of Notre Dame, Notre University, West Lafayette, IN; R. Miles, University, Stillwater, OK Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN; R.
Dame, IN Princeton University, Princeton, NJ Miles, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ

Monday, 5 June 2017


82-TFM-2/APA-11 Supersonic and Hypersonic Flows Spruce
Chaired by: I. LEYVA, AFOSR and S. MUPPIDI
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3345 AIAA-2017-3346 AIAA-2017-3347 AIAA-2017-3348 AIAA-2017-3349 AIAA-2017-3350 Oral Presentation
Numerical simulation of jet impinge Analysis of Effects of Different A Shock Wave Front Model Applied An Investigation into Hypersonic Experimental Studies of Supersonic Numerical Investigation of RCS Jet A New General Form of Prandtl
on turbine rotor of the Loitering Diffusion Models in Hypersonic Flow to Very Thick and Very Thin Inlet Performance for a Coupled Flow Characteristics between Two Interaction and Plume Impingement Meyer Function, Application on Air
Munition Regimes Supersonic Cones at Zero Incidence Internal/External System at Off- Wedges for Mars Precision Landing M. Salhi, T. Zebbiche, University of Blida 1,
W. Cai, Nanjing University of Science and H. Gr, S. Eyi, Middle East Technical R. Ferreyra, National University of Crdoba, Design Conditions. M. Kotov, L. Ruleva, S. Solodovnikov, R. Votta, E. Trifoni, G. Pezzella, M. Di Blida, Algeria
Technology, Nanjing, China University, Ankara, Turkey Crdoba, Argentina A. Hall, Air Force Life Cycle Management Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Clemente, A. Schettino, Italian Aerospace
Center, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH; S. Ruffin, Russia Research Center (CIRA), Capua, Italy; V.
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA Mareschi, Thales Group, Turin, Italy; et al.

Monday, 5 June 2017


83-TP-2 Ablation I Plaza Court 3

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Chaired by: C. SMITH, Orbital ATK and H. WENG, University of Kentucky
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3351 AIAA-2017-3352 AIAA-2017-3353 AIAA-2017-3354 AIAA-2017-3355 AIAA-2017-3356 AIAA-2017-3357
Conjugate Analysis of Rocket Nozzle Numerical simulation of a non- Arcjet Tests and Thermal Response Verification of a Finite-Element Development of a Universal Solver Development Of An Open-Source Characterization of Virgin and
Ablation charring ablator in high enthalpy Analysis for Dual-Layer Woven Model for Pyrolyzing Ablative and Its Application to Ablation Avcoat Material Database, VISTA Charred PICA Seeded for Remote
P. Cross, Naval Air Warfare Center, China flows by means of a unified flow- Carbon Phenolic Materials Problems A. Omidy, J. Cooper, R. Fu, H. Weng, A. Recession Measurements
Lake, CA; I. Boyd, University of Michigan, material solver F. Milos, Y. Chen, M. Mahzari, NASA Ames T. Risch, NASA Armstrong Flight Research H. Weng, A. Martin, University of Kentucky, Martin, University of Kentucky, Lexington, B. Bradley, M. Winter, University of
Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI P. Schrooyen, Cenaero, Gosselies, Belgium; Research Center, Moffett Field, CA Center, Edwards, CA Lexington, Lexington, KY Lexington, KY Kentucky, Lexington, Lexington, KY; M.
J. Coheur, A. Turchi, von Krmn Institute for Stackpoole, NASA Ames Research Center,
Fluid Dynamics, Rhode-Saint-Gense, Belgium; Moffett Field, CA
K. Hillewaert, Cenaero, Gosselies, Belgium; P.
Chatelain, Catholic University of Leuven, Leuven,
Belgium; T. Magin, von Krmn Institute for Fluid
Dynamics, Rhode-Saint-Gense, Belgium
Monday, 5 June 2017
84-NW-5 Networking Coffee Break Meeting Room Foyers
1600 - 1630 hrs
Monday, 5 June 2017
85-RLA-1 Rising Leaders in Aerospace Speed Mentoring and Reception South Convention Lobby
1600 - 1830 hrs
Senior members of corporations and AIAA will be taking time to meet with the Rising Leaders participants and share their experiences. This event is a great way to get insight from top-level officials and make some great new contacts. And, maybe, they will end up being a
mentor for more than just the 15 minutes at this event.

Immediately following the round table interchange with senior members of the industry there will be a follow-on reception. This will allow for conversations to continue, or if a conversation was cut short, an opportunity to have a follow-up discussion. It will also allow for a casual
opportunity to meet the other young professionals that are attending the conference. Having just participated in the Leadership Exchange, youll definitely have at least one thing in common.
Monday, 5 June 2017
86-LECT-1 Aerodynamics Award Lecture Grand Ballroom I
1630 - 1730 hrs
Chimera: A Journey
John A Benek
Director, Computational Sciences Center, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio
Monday, 5 June 2017
87-LECT-2 Aeroacoustics Lecture Governors Square 14
1730 - 1830 hrs
Noise: The Most Important Thing
Alan H. Epstein
Vice President, Technology and Environment, Pratt & Whitney Corporation
Monday, 5 June 2017
88-LECT-3 Fluid Dynamics Award Lecture Grand Ballroom I
1730 - 1830 hrs
Prediction, Understanding and Control of Complex Unsteady Flows: Progress and Challenges
Miguel R. Visbal
CFD Technical Advisor, Aerospace Systems Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio
Monday, 5 June 2017
89-LECT-4 Wright Brothers Lecture in Aeronautics Plaza Ballroom
1830 - 1930 hrs
Around the World with Solar Power: An Overview About The Solar Impulse Program
Solar Impulse Aircraft Design Team
Lead Lecturer: Hannes Ross

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Tuesday
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
90-NW-6 Networking Coffee Break Plaza Foyer
0730 - 0800 hrs
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
91-SB-2 Speakers Briefing Session Rooms
0730 - 0800 hrs
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
92-PLNRY-2 Plenary Plaza Ballroom
0800 - 0900 hrs
Innovation in the Age of the Third Aerospace Revolution
Paul Eremenko
Chief Technology Officer
Airbus Group
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
93-NW-7 Networking Coffee Break Meeting Room Foyers
0900 - 0930 hrs
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
94-AA-17 Acoustic/Fluid Dynamic Interactions II Plaza Court 7
Chaired by: C. DOOLAN, The University of New South Wales
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3358 AIAA-2017-3359 AIAA-2017-3360 AIAA-2017-3361
Experimental Study of Porous Aircraft Cabin Outflow Valve Tonal Acoustic flame response of a round Effect of Aeroelasticity on
Treatment for Aerodynamic and and Broadband Noise Prediction and a slot burner Vibroacoustic Loads during Startup
Aeroacoustic Purposes Using the Lattice Boltzmann Method K. Pausch, S. Herff, S. Schlimpert, M. of Large Area Ratio Nozzles
S. Showkat Ali, M. Azarpeyvand, University Y. Shin, Honeywell International, Inc., Meinke, W. Schroeder, RWTH Aachen C. Tinney, K. Scott, M. Routon, J. Sirohi,
of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom; C. Ilario Phoenix, AZ; F. Polidoro, I. Gonzalez- University, Aachen, Germany University of Texas, Austin, Austin, TX; J.
da Silva, Embraer, So Jos dos Campos, Martino, D. Casalino, Exa Corporation, Ruf, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center,
Brazil Burlington, MA Huntsville, AL
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
95-AA-18 Airframe/High-Lift Noise IV: High Lift Systems Plaza Court 4
Chaired by: M. KHORRAMI, NASA Langley Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3362 AIAA-2017-3363 AIAA-2017-3364 AIAA-2017-3365 AIAA-2017-3366
Noise Simulations of the High-Lift Numerical Simulation of the Noise Experimental Investigation of Flow A Qualitative Acoustic Analysis of Two Approaches to Resolving the
Common Research Model from the 30P30N Highlift Airfoil Around Three-Element High-Lift Krueger Device Noise Utilizing CFD/ Flow Physics of a Krueger Flap for
D. Lockard, M. Choudhari, M. OConnell, with Spectral Difference Method Airfoil with Morphing Fillers CAA Experiments CFD/CAA Analysis
NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, J. Gao, X. Li, Beihang University, Beijing, H. Kamliya Jawahar, M. Azarpeyvand, J. Kreitzman, The Boeing Company, St. N. Moffitt, D. Babcock, J. Kreitzman,
VA; B. Duda, E. Fares, Exa GmbH, China; D. Lin, Commercial Aircraft University of Bristol, Bristol, United Louis, MO; R. Cheng, The Boeing Company, The Boeing Company, St. Louis, MO; R.
Stuttgart, Germany Corporation of China, Ltd. (COMAC), Kingdom; C. Ilario, Embraer, So Jos dos Huntington Beach, CA; N. Moffitt, D. Cheng, The Boeing Company, Huntington
Beijing, China Campos, Brazil Babcock, P. Bent, The Boeing Company, Beach, CA
St. Louis, MO
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96-AA-19 CAA III: Airfoils Plaza Court 8
Chaired by: V. GOLUBEV, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) and M. WANG, University of Notre Dame
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3367 AIAA-2017-3368 AIAA-2017-3369 AIAA-2017-3370 AIAA-2017-3371
An investigation of passive methods Direct Numerical Simulation of A numerical investigation of the Wavy Leading Edge Airfoils Experimental and Numerical
for airfoil noise reduction in laminar Transitional Airfoil Noise airfoil-gust interaction noise in Interacting with Anisotropic Investigation of Aerodynamic
boundary layer instability flow H. Wu, University of Sherbrooke, transonic flows Turbulence Performance of Airfoils Fitted with
regime Sherbrooke, Canada; J. Winkler, United S. Zhong, X. Zhang, Hong Kong University of F. Gea Aguilera, J. Gill, D. Angland, Morphing Trailing-edges
W. Krusz, Z. Rarata, Warsaw University of Technologies Corporation, East Hartford, Science and Technology, Hong Kong, Hong University of Southampton, Southampton, H. Kamliya Jawahar, Q. Ai, M.
Technology, Warsaw, Poland CT; R. Sandberg, University of Melbourne, Kong; J. Gill, University of Southampton, United Kingdom; X. Zhang, Hong Kong Azarpeyvand, University of Bristol, Bristol,
Parkville, Australia; S. Moreau, University Southampton, United Kingdom; R. Fattah, University of Science and Technology, Clear United Kingdom
of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Canada Hong Kong University of Science and Water Bay, Hong Kong
Technology, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
97-AA-20 Duct Acoustics III: Liners Governors Square 10
Chaired by: D. NARK, NASA Langley Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3372 AIAA-2017-3373 AIAA-2017-3374 AIAA-2017-3375 AIAA-2017-3376 AIAA-2017-3377
Eigenmodes and Greens function A Study of the Viscous Effects Calculation model for sound Scattering in a flow duct with Nonlinear Acoustics in a Modeling of liner impedance with
of swirling flow in a duct with the over an Acoustic Liner Using the propagation in duct with azimuthally non-uniform liners Viscothermal Boundary Layer over grazing shear flow using a new
lining varying circumferentially Linearised Navier-Stokes Equations circumferentially non-uniform liner H. Jiang, X. Huang, Peking University, an Acoustic Lining momentum transfer boundary
J. Mathews, N. Peake, University of in the Frequency Domain X. Wang, X. Wang, Beihang University, Beijing, China O. Petrie, E. Brambley, University of condition
Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom C. OReilly, B. Pascual, Royal Institute of Beijing, China; L. Huang, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom A. Schulz, Technical University of Berlin, Berlin,
Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong; X. Germany; C. Weng, F. Bake, L. Enghardt,
Sun, Beihang University, Beijing, China German Aerospace Center (DLR), Berlin,
Germany; D. Ronneberger, Self, Gttingen,
Germany
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
98-AA-21 Jet Noise III: Wavepackets I Governors Square 12
Chaired by: P. JORDAN and J. SPYROPOULOS, NAVAIR
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3378 AIAA-2017-3379 AIAA-2017-3380 AIAA-2017-3381 AIAA-2017-3382 AIAA-2017-3383
Wavepacket modeling of turbulent Modal and non-modal linear Two-Point Wavepacket Modelling of Flight effects on turbulent-jet Exploring Flight Effects for Installed Understanding jet-noise reduction
jet noise generation using input- wavepacket dynamics in turbulent Jet Noise wavepackets Jet Noise using a Wavepacket with wavepackets
output analysis jets I. Maia, P. Jordan, University of Poitiers, L. Mouro Soares , A. Cavalieri, Sound-Source Model M. Le Rallic, P. Jordan, Y. Gervais,
J. Jeun, J. Nichols, University of Minnesota, P. Jordan, M. Zhang, G. Lehnasch, Poitiers, France; V. Jaunet, cole Centrale Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), J. Huber, Airbus, Toulouse, France; P. Jordan, University of Poitiers, Poitiers, France
Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN University of Poitiers, Poitiers, France; de Nantes, Nantes, France; A. Cavalieri, So Jos dos Campos, Brazil National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS),
A. Cavalieri, Technological Institute of Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), Poitiers, France; M. Roger, cole Centrale de
Aeronautics (ITA), So Jos Dos Campos, So Jos dos Campos, Brazil Lyon, Ecully, France; Y. Gervais, National Center
Brazil for Scientific Research (CNRS), Poitiers, France;
D. Lizarazu, Airbus, Toulouse, France
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
99-AA-22 Turbomachinery Noise III Governors Square 11
Chaired by: S. MOREAU, Universit de Sherbrooke
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3384 AIAA-2017-3385 AIAA-2017-3386 AIAA-2017-3387 AIAA-2017-3388 AIAA-2017-3389
Baseline Acoustic Levels of the EESC- Liner behavior in an annular duct Fan noise predictions using scale- Experimental Investigation of Deconvolution of Azimuthal Mode Investigation of Aeroacoustic
USP Fan Rig with swirling and sheared mean resolved, statistical, stochastic and Sound Reduction by Leading Edge Detection Measurements Properties of Low-Pressure Axial
B. Martinez, P. Greco, University of So Paulo, flow semi-analytical models Serrations in Axial Fans P. Sijtsma, Pieter Sijtsma Advanced Fans with Different Blade Stacking
So Carlos, Brazil; L. Caldas, University of So V. Masson, University of Sherbrooke, C. Schram, J. Christophe, von Krmn Institute for F. Zenger, A. Renz, S. Becker, Friedrich- AeroAcoustics, Wezep, The Netherlands; H. F. Zenger, J. Mller, S. Becker, Friedrich-
Paulo, So Paulo, Brazil; L. Baccal, University Sherbrooke, Canada; J. Mathews, Fluid Dynamics, Rhode-Saint-Gense, Belgium; M. Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Brouwer, National Aerospace Laboratory Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg,
of So Paulo, So Carlos, Brazil; R. Cuenca, university of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Shur, M. Strelets, A. Travin, Saint Petersburg State Erlangen, Germany (NLR), Amsterdam, The Netherlands Erlangen, Germany
Federal University of Santa Catarina, Joinville, Kingdom; H. Posson, Airbus, Toulouse, Polytechnical University, Saint Petersburg, Russia;
Brazil; R. Queiroz, Embraer, So Jos dos France; M. Sanjose, S. Moreau, University A. Wohlbrandt, German Aerospace Center (DLR),

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Campos, Brazil of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Canada Braunschweig, Germany; et al.
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
100-ADS-4/BAL-3/LTA-1 Aerodynamic Decelerator, Balloons, and Lighter-than-Air Combined Session Majestic Ballroom
Chaired by: B. ANDERSON, NASA-Johnson Space Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3390 Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-3391 AIAA-2017-3392 AIAA-2017-3393
An Investigation into the An introduction to Project Loon System Identification Approach for Shaping Dispersion Patterns in Surrogate Based Shape
Performance of Parachutes in Low for the American Institute of a Tethered Airship Complex Dropzones Through Optimization of Airship Envelopes
Density Atmospheres Aeronautics and Astronautics J. Santos, S. Stevanovic, K. Kondak, Parachute Transition Altitude M. Alam, R. Pant, Indian Institute of
J. Underwood, A. Saunders, S. Rogers, J. M. Mulhern, Google, Palo Alto, CA German Aerospace Center (DLR), Munich, Optimization Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India
Lingard, Vorticity, Ltd., Chalgrove, United Germany; L. Goes, Technological Institute J. Rogers, A. Leonard, C. Jumonville, Georgia
Kingdom; L. Marraffa, ESA, Noordwijk, of Aeronautics (ITA), So Jos dos Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA; A. Gerlach,
The Netherlands; L. Ferracina, ATG Europe, Campos, Brazil; R. Pant, Indian Institute of D. Doman, Air Force Research Laboratory,
Noordwijk, The Netherlands Technology Bombay, Bombay, India Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
101-AFM-1 Aircraft Flight Dynamics I Governors Square 17
Chaired by: K. CUNNINGHAM, NASA Langley Research Center and N. FEZANS, DLR - German Aerospace Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3394 AIAA-2017-3395 AIAA-2017-3396
Performance-Based Ice Detection Statistical Modeling of Dependence Longitudinal Integrated Linear
Methodology Structures of Operational Flight Parameter Varying Control for
C. Deiler, N. Fezans, German Aerospace Data Measurements not Fulfilling Morphing Aircraft in Large Flight
Center (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany the I.I.D. Condition Envelope
L. Hhndorf, C. Czado, H. Bian, J. Kneer, F. T. Yue, L. Wang, Beihang University,
Holzapfel, Technical University of Munich, Beijing, China; J. Ai, Aviation Industry
Garching, Germany Corporation of China (AVIC), Xian, China
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
102-AMT-4 Advancements in Shear Stress Measurements (Invited) Directors Row E
Chaired by: J. NAUGHTON, University of Wyoming and K. LOWE, Virginia Tech
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation
Open Challenges in Wall Shear The importance of quantitative skin MEMS based floating element Luminescent Oil Film Approaches to Shear Stress Measurements in Photonic skin friction sensor based
Measurements (Invited) friction measurement (Invited) sensors (Invited) Shear Stress Measurements (Invited) Hypersonic Flows (Invited) on whispering gallery optical
J. Schetz, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and J. Naughton, University of Wyoming, M. Sheplak, University of Florida , N. Husen, Purdue University, West R. Meritt, Ahmic Aerospace, Dayton, OH resonators (Invited)
State University, Blacksburg, VA; R. Meritt, Laramie, Laramie, WY Gainesville, FL Lafayette, IN; T. Liu, Western Michigan T. Iappolo, V. Otugen, Southern Methodist
Ahmic Aerospace, Dayton, OH; E. Marineau, University, Kalamazoo, MI; J. Sullivan, University, Dallas, TX
AEDC White Oak, Silver Spring, MD Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
103-APA-12 Weapons Aerodynamics: Missile/Projectile/Guided-Munitions Colorado
Chaired by: V. BHAGWANDIN, US Army Research Laboratory and M. SCHOENENBERGER, NASA Langley Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3397 AIAA-2017-3398 AIAA-2017-3399 AIAA-2017-3400 AIAA-2017-3401
CFD Aerodynamic Characterization Quasi-Steady Simulations for Prediction of Sparrow Missile Computational and Experimental Experimental und numerical
of 155-mm Projectile at High the Efficient Generation of Static Aerodynamic Characteristics with a Free-Flight Motion of a Subsonic investigation of the aerodynamic
Angles-of-Attack Aerodynamic Coefficients at Nonlinear Engineering Level Missile Canard-Controlled Body characteristic of a generic transonic
J. DeSpirito, Army Research Laboratory, Subsonic Velocities Prediction Method J. Sahu, F. Fresconi, Army Research missile
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD S. Silton, Army Research Laboratory, D. Lesieutre, Analytical Mechanics Laboratory, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD C. Schnepf, E. Schuelein, German
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD Associates, Inc., Santa Clara, CA Aerospace Center (DLR), Gttingen,
Germany; J. Klevanski, German Aerospace
Center (DLR), Cologne, Germany
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
104-APA-13 Transonic and Supersonic Aerodynamics Tower Court A

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Chaired by: J. CODER, University of Tennessee and B. DETERT, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3402 AIAA-2017-3403 AIAA-2017-3404 AIAA-2017-3405 AIAA-2017-3406
Effect of Leading Edge Tubercles on Investigation of shock wave- Investigation of Indirect Reynolds Aerodynamics of a Transonic Airfoil An Experimental Investigation of
Transonic Performance of Airfoils boundary-layer interaction for flow Number Effect via Computational in Ground Effect the Effect of Sweep-Back Angle on
A. Asghar, R. Perez, M. Ferchichi, Royal over a wall-mounter hemisphere Fluid Dynamics Simulations B. Gao, Q. Qu, R. Agarwal, Washington an Internal Compression Inlet
Military College of Canada, Kingston, P. Morgan, Ohio Aerospace Institute, W. Yamazaki, S. Yamagishi, Nagaoka University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO H. Tabanli, E. Ede, K. Yuceil, Istanbul
Canada Cleveland, OH; S. Sherer, M. Visbal, University of Technology, Nagaoka, Japan; Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey
Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright- M. Ueno, Japan Aerospace Exploration
Patterson AFB, OH Agency (JAXA), Tokyo, Japan
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
105-APA-14 Flapping Flight Applications Century
Chaired by: B. MCGRATH, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and K. MULLENERS, EPFL
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3407 AIAA-2017-3408 AIAA-2017-3409
Aerodynamics of a Flapping Airfoil Ground Effect Aerodynamics of a Experimental Investigation into
in Forward Flight in Proximity of Flapping Airfoil in Hover Wake Flapping Wing Robotic Bird
Ground Q. Qu, Y. Zheng, P. Liu, Y. Qin , Beihang A. Brentjes, H. Hoeijmakers, University of
H. Li, Q. Qu, R. Agarwal, Washington University, St. Louis, MO; R. Agarwal, Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO Washington University in St. Louis, St.
Louis, MO
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
106-APA-15 Aerodynamic Design: Analysis, Methodologies, and Optimization Techniques III Gold
Chaired by: M. GHOREYSHI, United States Air Force Academy and B. MARPLES
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3410 AIAA-2017-3411 AIAA-2017-3412 AIAA-2017-3413 AIAA-2017-3414 Oral Presentation
Mitigation of Engine Inlet Distortion Aerodynamic Design of the Hybrid Preliminary Computational Methodologies for Turbofan Inlet A Higher-Order Free-Wake Method Numerical Investigation of Mixing
through Adjoint-Based Design Wing Body Propulsion-Airframe Aerodynamic Investigation of the Aerodynamics Prediction for Propeller-Wing Systems Effects on Mini Gas Turbine
I. Ordaz, NASA Langley Research Center, Integration NATO AVT-251 Multi-Disciplinary B. Godard, N. Ben Nasr, R. Barrier, J. J. Cole, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Engine Cooling and Performance
Hampton, VA; S. Rallabhandi, National M. Liou, NASA Glenn Research Center, Configuration Marty, ONERA, Meudon, France; N. PA; M. Maughmer, Pennsylvania State Characteristics
Institute of Aerospace, Hampton, VA; E. Cleveland, OH; H. Kim, SAIC, Cleveland, P. Aref, S. McGlone, J. Allen, M. Ghoreyshi, Gourdain, Higher Institute of Aeronautics University, University Park, PA; G. J. Joy, P. Wang, S. Yu, Singapore Institute
Nielsen, NASA Langley Research Center, OH; B. Lee, Vantage Partners, LLC, A. Jirasek, A. Lofthouse, U.S. Air Force and Space, Toulouse, France; E. De Bramesfeld, Ryerson University, Toronto, of Technology, Singapore, Singapore
Hampton, VA; B. Diskin, National Institute Cleveland, OH; M. Liou, NASA Glenn Academy, Colorado Springs, CO Jaeghere, Safran Group, Paris, France Canada; M. Kinzel, Pennsylvania State
of Aerospace, Hampton, VA Research Center, Cleveland, OH University, University Park, PA

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


107-APA-16/FD-11 Active Flow Control: Historical Implementation and the Future Challenge Workshop (Invited) Silver
Chaired by: L. CATTAFESTA, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering and B. OSBORNE, The Boeing Company
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Open Discussion
Blow OnAn Overview of Innovative Flow Control Challenges High Lift Common Research Model
Boundary Layer Control on and Approaches for Maneuvering and Opportunities for Advancement
Production Tactical Aircraft of Aircraft of Active Flow Control Technology
R. Dowgwillo, The Boeing Company, St. D. Smith, Air Force Office of Scientific J. Lin, NASA Langley Research Center,
Louis, MO Research, Arlington, VA Hampton, VA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
108-ASE-3 Ice Accretion Modeling Columbine
Chaired by: D. THOMPSON, Mississippi State University and A. MALONE, Boeing

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0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3415 AIAA-2017-3416 AIAA-2017-3417 AIAA-2017-3418 AIAA-2017-3419
A Revised Validation Process for Ice Validation of a LEWICE-based Icing Description and assessment of Three-Dimensional Numerical A 3D Finite-Volume Integral
Accretion Codes Code with Coupled Heat Transfer the new ONERA 2D icing suite Simulation of Ice Accretion using a Boundary Layer method for icing
W. Wright, Vantage Partners, LLC, Prediction and Aerodynamics IGLOO2D. Discrete Morphogenetic Approach applications
Cleveland, OH Performance Determination P. Trontin, G. Blanchard, A. Kontogiannis, P. K. Szilder, National Research Council N. Bempedelis, C. Bayeux, G. Blanchard,
Y. Han, Clemson University, Clemson, SC; Villedieu, ONERA, Toulouse, France Canada, Ottawa, Canada; E. Lozowski, E. Radenac, P. Villedieu, ONERA, Toulouse,
J. Palacios, Pennsylvania State University, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada France
University Park, PA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
109-ATIO.ACD-3 Aircraft Ground and Field Performance Governors Square 16
Chaired by: J. MERRET, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation and T. TAKAHASHI, Arizona State University
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3420 AIAA-2017-3421 AIAA-2017-3422 AIAA-2017-3423 AIAA-2017-3424 AIAA-2017-3425
The Effect of Aerodynamic and Parameterization and Computation The Effect of Piloting Practices Upon The Feasibility of High Speed Improving the Boarding Aircraft Ground Handling: Analysis
Propulsive Uncertainty Upon of Automatic Take-off and Landing Actual as Opposed to Scheduled Ground Effect Vehicles Performance of Regional Aircraft for Automation
Certified Takeoff Performance Trajectories for Fixed-Wing UAV Takeoff Performance R. Li, H. Chen, Tsinghua University, Beijing, M. Schmidt, P. Heinemann, Bauhaus D. Alonso Tabares, AIRBUS, Blagnac,
T. Takahashi, D. Wood, Arizona State M. Kgler, F. Holzapfel, Technical University D. Wood, T. Takahashi, Arizona State China Luftfahrt e.V., Taufkirchen, Germany France; F. Mora-Camino, ENAC, Toulouse,
University, Tempe, AZ; L. Bays, Dragonfly of Munich, Munich, Germany University, Tempe, AZ; L. Bays, Dragonfly France
Aeronautics, LLC, Alpharetta, GA Aeronautics, LLC, Alpharetta, GA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
110-ATIO.ATM-5 Weather Impact I Plaza Court 1
Chaired by: K. MARAIS, Purdue University
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3426 AIAA-2017-3427 AIAA-2017-3428 AIAA-2017-3429 AIAA-2017-3430 AIAA-2017-3431
Subject Matter Expert Evaluation A Network Condition-Centric Flow Identification of Beneficial Multiple Dynamic Routing of Aircraft in Strategic Forecasts of TRACON Optimal Aircraft Trajectory Planning
of Multi-Flight Common Route Selection and Rerouting Strategy Flight Common Routes Concept Presence of Adverse Weather Using Airspace Capacity during Convective in the Presence of Stochastic
Advisories to Mitigate Air Traffic Congestion Scenarios a POMDP Framework Weather Impacts Convective Weather Cells
K. Bilimoria, M. Hayashi, K. Sheth, NASA under Uncertainties A. Saraf, J. Schade, M. Popish, T. Towner, E. Balaban, I. Roychoudhury, L. Spirkovska, M. Matthews, R. DeLaura, J. Venuti, D. Gonzlez-Arribas, Charles III University
Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA J. Xie, Texas A&M University, Corpus M. Dang, ATAC Corporation, Santa Clara, S. Sankararaman, C. Kulkarni, M. Daigle, Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Madrid, Legans, Spain; D. Hentzen,
Christi, TX; Y. Wan, University of Texas, CA; M. Klopfenstein, Avmet Applications, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett of Technology, Lexington, MA Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zrich,
Arlington, Arlington, TX Alexandria, VA; et al. Field, CA Switzerland; M. Sanjurjo-Rivo, M. Soler,
Charles III University of Madrid, Legans,
Spain; M. Kamgarpour, Swiss Federal Institute
of Technology, Zrich, Switzerland
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
111-ATIO.ATM-6 ATM Trajectory Optimization Plaza Court 2
Chaired by: J. KOELLING, NASA-Langley Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3432 AIAA-2017-3433 AIAA-2017-3434 AIAA-2017-3435 AIAA-2017-3436
Optimal Trajectory Option Sets for In-Flight Synthesis of Optimal En- Designing Flight-Specific Reroutes 3D Reference Trajectory Optimization Simulation based validation of
In-Flight Climb-Descend Trajectory Route Trajectory Option Sets using Network Optimization Using Particle Swarm Optimization a mixed-integer optimal control
Negotiations P. Dutta, S. Park, P. Menon, Optimal C. Taylor, S. Liu, D. Larsen, C. Wanke, T. A. Murrieta-Mendoza, H. Ruiz, S. Kessaci, R. algorithm for conflict detection and
S. Park, P. Dutta, P. Menon, Optimal Synthesis, Inc., Los Altos, CA Stewart, MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA Botez, University of Qubec, Montral, Canada resolution using TAAM software
Synthesis, Inc., Los Altos, CA A. Munoz Hernandez, M. Soler, Charles III
University of Madrid, Leganes, Spain

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Tuesday, 6 June 2017
112-ATIO.GA-2 Inflight Loss of Control Mitigation for Light Aircraft Plaza Court 5
Chaired by: K. HOFFLER, Adaptive Aerospace Group, Inc. and A. PRZEKOP, NASA Langley Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3437 AIAA-2017-3438 AIAA-2017-3439
Helicopter Approach Stability Development of a New Departure In Search of General Aviation
Analysis Using Flight Data Records Aversion Standard for Light Aircraft Flight Data Monitoring: Lightweight
A. Payan, P. Lin, Georgia Institute of N. Borer, NASA Langley Research Center, Recording System
Technology, Atlanta, GA; C. Johnson, Federal Hampton, VA B. Kuo, W. Guan, P. Chen, Aviation Safety
Aviation Administration, Atlantic City, NJ; Council, New Taipei City, Taiwan
D. Mavris, Georgia Institute of Technology,
Atlanta, GA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
113-ATIO.TFPC-3/ATIO.VSTOL-1 On-Demand Mobility III: VTOL and V/STOL Concepts and Technologies Governors Square 15
Chaired by: B. SEELEY, Sustainable Aviation Foundation, Inc. and A. GIBSON, Empirical Systems Aerospace
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3440 AIAA-2017-3441 AIAA-2017-3442
Regional Sky Transit IV: Pocket Metrics for NASA Aeronautics Research A Study in Reducing the Cost of Vertical
Airpark Design Constraints Mission Directorate (ARMD) Strategic Flight with Electric Propulsion
B. Seeley, Sustainable Aviation Foundation, Thrust 3B Vertical Lift Strategic Direction M. Duffy, S. Wakayama, R. Hupp, The
Inc., Santa Rosa, CA R. Hochstetler, SAIC, Washington, D.C. Boeing Company, Ridley Park, PA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
114-CASE-1 Model-Based Systems Engineering Governors Square 14
0930 - 1230 hrs
Chair: Paul Collopy, Professor/Department Chair, Industrial & Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, University of Alabama in Huntsville
Panelists:

Dale Thomas Troy Peterson William Othon Academic Scholar: Bryan Mesmer
Professor/Eminent Scholar Vice President Associate Chief Assistant Professor
Industrial & Systems Engineering and Engineering Management System Strategy, Inc. Aeroscience and Flight Mechanics Division Industrial & Systems Engineering and Engineering Management
University of Alabama in Huntsville NASA Johnson Space Center University of Alabama in Huntsville

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


115-CFD-7/FD-12/TFM-3 Future of Fluids Series: Visions for Next-Generation CFD and Turbulence Modeling Windows
Chaired by: Q. WANG, MIT and H. LUO, Vanderbilt University
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation
The Role of Direct Numerical Wall Modeling for Large RANS and LES, our Allies in the Next-Generation CFD for Hypersonic Novel Theoretical Considerations in Requirements of CFD in a Paradigm
Simulation of Turbulent Combustion Eddy Simulation in External Quest for Turbulence Flows Flow Simulations in Which Next-Generation HPC and
in High-Speed Flows Aerodynamics P. Spalart, The Boeing Company, Seattle, G. Candler, University of Minnesota, Twin Z. Rusak, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Multi-Disciplinary Simulation Software
J. Chen, Sandia National Laboratories, P. Moin, Stanford University, Stanford, CA WA Cities, Minneapolis, MN Troy, NY are Used to Drive Engineering Design
Livermore, CA Cycles
R. Meakin, CREATE Kestrel Team, Lorton, VA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
116-CFD-8 High-Order Methods for Advection-Diffusion Equations Tower Court D
Chaired by: M. YU, University of Maryland, Baltimore County and H. NISHIKAWA, National Institute of Aerospace
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs

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AIAA-2017-3443 AIAA-2017-3444 AIAA-2017-3445 AIAA-2017-3446
Third-Order Edge-Based Hyperbolic A New Family of Discontinuous Reconstructed Discontinuous Overdetermined Interface-Centered
Navier-Stokes Scheme for Three- Galerkin Schemes for Diffusion Galerkin Methods Based on Reconstruction in Discontinuous
Dimensional Viscous Flows Problems First-Order Hyperbolic System for Galerkin for Advection
Y. Liu, H. Nishikawa, National Institute of P. Johnson, E. Johnsen, University of Advection-Diffusion Equations L. Khieu, Vietnamese-German University,
Aerospace, Hampton, VA Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI J. Lou, L. Li, X. Liu, H. Luo, North Carolina State Thu Dau Mot, Viet Nam
University, Raleigh, NC; H. Nishikawa, National
Institute of Aerospace, Hampton, VA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
117-CFD-9 Numerical Methodologies for FSI Simulations Tower Court C
Chaired by: Y. PEET, Arizona State University and K. WANG
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3447 AIAA-2017-3448 AIAA-2017-3449
An Embedded Robin Boundary Conservative Unsteady Simulation Accuracy and Performance of Fluid-
Method for Incompressible Fluid- of Arbitrary Motion in Two- Structure Interaction Algorithms
Structure Interaction Problems dimensional Spacetime Using with Explicit versus Implicit
S. Cao, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and Central Difference, Upwind and Formulations of the Fluid Solver
State University, Blacksburg, VA; A. Main, Hybrid Formulations Y. Xu, Y. Peet, Arizona State University,
Duke University, Durham, NC; K. Wang, I. Flamarique Ederra, T. Rendall, A. Tempe, AZ
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Gaitonde, D. Jones, C. Allen, University of
University, Blacksburg, VA Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
118-CFD-10 Meshing II Tower Court B
Chaired by: J. MASTERS, National Aerospace Solutions and C. BRUNER, Sandia National Laboratories
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3450 AIAA-2017-3451 AIAA-2017-3452 AIAA-2017-3453 AIAA-2017-3454
Node Creation for Isotropic Strategies Toward Automation of Automated Mesh Generation and A Mixed-Element 3D Advancing An automated workflow for high
Tetrahedral Mesh Generation Overset Structured Surface Grid Solution Analysis of Arbitrary Airfoil Layer Mesh Generator For Complex quality CFD meshing using the 3D
S. Karman, N. Wyman, Pointwise, Inc., Generation Geometries Geometries medial object
Fort Worth, TX W. Chan, NASA Ames Research Center, A. Costenoble, B. Govindarajan, J. Baeder, L. Numerow, C. Ollivier Gooch, University of J. Bucklow, R. Fairey, M. Gammon,
Moffett Field, CA University of Maryland, College Park, British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada International TechneGroup, Inc. (ITI),
College Park, MD Cambridge, United Kingdom

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


120-F360-3 Evolving Culture of Aviation Grand Ballroom I
0930 - 1130 hrs
Moderator: Glenn Roberts, Chief Engineer, Center for Advanced Aviation System Development, The MITRE Corporation
Panelists:

Van Espahbodi Jonathan Evans Jesse Kallman Wes Ryan


Co-Founder & COO Co-President President Manager
Starburst Accelerator Skyward, A Verizon Company Airbus Aerial Programs & Procedures, ACE-11
Small Airplane Directorate
Federal Aviation Administration

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


121-FD-13/TFM-4 Boundary Layer Stability and Transition Terrace
Chaired by: C. LI, Ohio State University

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0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3455 AIAA-2017-3456 AIAA-2017-3457 AIAA-2017-3458 AIAA-2017-3459
Global linear stability analysis of The effect of sponge layers on A New Laminar Kinetic Energy Model for Wall forcing of the secondary Nonlinear evolution and secondary
high speed flows on compression global stability analysis of Blasius RANS Simulations of Bypass Transition crossflow instability instability of steady Gortler vortices
ramps boundary layer flow L. Jecker, Safran Group, Magny-les-Hameaux, E. van Bokhorst, C. Atkin, City, University induced by free-stream vortical
S. Gs, A. Dwivedi, G. Candler, J. Nichols, W. Ran, A. Zare, University of Southern France; O. Vermeersch, H. Deniau, ONERA, of London, London, United Kingdom disturbances
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, California, Los Angeles, CA; J. Nichols, Toulouse, France; G. Casalis, Higher Institute D. Xu, Y. Zhang, X. Wu, Tianjin University,
Minneapolis, MN University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, of Aeronautics and Space, Toulouse, France; Tianjin, China
Minneapolis, MN; M. Jovanovic, University E. Croner, Safran Group, Magny-les-Hameaux,
of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA France

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


122-FD-14 New Models for High-Speed Flows Capitol
Chaired by: X. ZHONG, University of California Los Angeles
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3460 AIAA-2017-3461 AIAA-2017-3462 AIAA-2017-3463 AIAA-2017-3464
A Morphing Continuum Approach Extension of Morphing Continuum Numerical Investigation of the Experimental investigation of Goertler The Generalized Onsager Model
to Supersonic Flow Over a Theory to Numerical Simulations of Effect of the Sweep Angle of a vortices in hypersonic ramp flows and DSMC Simulations of High-
Compression Ramp Transonic Flow over a Bump Cylindrical Blunt Fin on the Shock behind sharp and blunt leading edges Speed Rotating Flows in a Multiply
M. Cheikh, J. Chen, Kansas State L. Wonnell, J. Chen, Kansas State Wave/Laminar Boundary Layer A. Roghelia, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen,
Connected Domain
University, Manhattan, KS University, Manhattan, KS Interaction in a Hypersonic Flow Germany; P. Chuvakhov, Russian Academy of S. Pradhan, Indian Institute of Science,
M. Mortazavi, D. Knight, Rutgers Sciences, Zhukovsky, Russia; H. Olivier, RWTH Bengalaru, India
University, Piscataway, NJ Aachen University, Aachen, Germany; I. Egorov,
Russian Academy of Sciences, Zhukovsky, Russia
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
123-FD-15 Multiphysics and Cross-Disciplinary Fluid Dynamics I Beverly
Chaired by: P. HAMLINGTON and T. IOPPOLO, Southern Methodist University
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3465 AIAA-2017-3466 AIAA-2017-3467 AIAA-2017-3468
Optical Diagnostic Imaging of Multi- Lagrangian Analysis of Vorticity Interaction of Side-by-Side Unsteady PSP measurements on
Rocket Plume-Induced Base Flow Dynamics in Turbulent Premixed Piezoelectric Beams in Quiescent a cylinder translating out from a
Environments Flames Flow and Grid Turbulence supersonic cavity
M. Mehta, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, R. Darragh, C. Towery, P. Hamlington, A. Danesh-Yazdi, Pennsylvania State D. Chin, K. Granlund, North Carolina State
Huntsville, AL; P. Danehy, J. Inman, NASA University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, University, Erie, PA; N. Elvin, Y. University, Raleigh, NC; T. Hayashi, H.
Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; D. CO; A. Poludnenko, Texas A&M University, Andreopoulos, City College of New York, Sakaue, University of Notre Dame, Notre
Gaddy, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, College Station, TX New York, NY Dame, IN
Huntsville, AL; A. Dufrene, CUBRC, Buffalo, NY

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


124-FD-16 Transition Open Forum Vail
0930 - 1230 hrs
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
125-FT-2 Flight Test Airworthiness Workshop Directors Row J
Chaired by: S. GINN, NASA AFRC and K. GARMAN, Federal Aviation Administration
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Lessons Learned--Open Discussion
NASA Armstrong Flight Research Aerodynamics and Performance Aerostructures X-Plane Development of a cost effective Exploratory Experimental Flight
Center Airworthiness and Flight X-Plane Airworthiness Guidelines Airworthiness Guidelines and Best approach to design, build, and fly a Lesson Learned
Safety Review Process and Best Practices Practices subsonic, transport class X-plane B. Flick, NASA Armstrong Flight Research
B. Neal, B. Flick, NASA Armstrong Flight S. Cumming, T. Bui, M. Smith, M. R. Thompson, W. Lokos, N. Spivey, M. S. Jacobson, M. Frederick, J. Lechniak, J. Center, Edwards, CA
Research Center, Edwards, CA Frederick, D. Banks, NASA Armstrong Flight Moholt, NASA Armstrong Flight Research Welstead, J. Melton, M. Long-Davis, NASA

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Research Center, Edwards, CA Center, Edwards, CA Armstrong Flight Research Center, Edwards,
CA; et al.

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


126-MDO-5 Aerodynamic Shape Optimization III Directors Row I
Chaired by: S. CHOI, Virginia Tech
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3469 AIAA-2017-3470 AIAA-2017-3471
Application of Advanced Design Helicopter Rotor Performance Multi-objective Aerodynamic
Methods to Multi-Objective Automobile Improvement with Multidisciplinary Optimization Design with User
Shape Optimization towards a New Aerodynamic Optimization Preference based on MOEA/D
Paradigm Shift J. Xie, Z. Xie, M. Zhou, J. Qiu, Tsinghua X. Zhu, Z. Gao, H. Zhao, Northwestern
K. Song, K. Choo, D. Mavris, Georgia University, Beijing, China Polytechnical University, Xian, China
Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


127-MDO-9 Selected Papers Panel Directors Row H
0930 - 1230 hrs
This special session highlights selected papers by the MDO TC. Presenting authors will give abbreviated presentations of their work leaving time for additional questions from the audience.
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
128-MST-3 Simulator Motion Cueing Plaza Court 6
Chaired by: J. SCHROEDER, Federal Aviation Administration and S. ADVANI, International Development of Technology B.V.
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3472 AIAA-2017-3473 AIAA-2017-3474 AIAA-2017-3475
The Effects of Motion Feedback in Effects of Motion Cues on the Training The Force is With You The Pilot Perception and Control
Manual Preview Tracking Tasks of Multi-Axis Manual Control Skills Apparent Vertical Filter Concept Behavior Models as a Tool to Assess
K. van der El, J. Morais Almeida, D. Pool, M. P. Zaal, San Jose State University, Moffett C. Seehof, J. Buch, C. Raab, German Motion-Cueing Algorithms
van Paassen, M. Mulder, Delft University of Field, CA; X. Mobertz, Delft University of Aerospace Center (DLR), Braunschweig, C. Onur, U. Ture, U. Zengin, Turkish
Technology, Delft, The Netherlands Technology, Delft, The Netherlands Germany Aerospace Industries, Inc., Ankara, Turkey
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
129-PDL-3 Plasma Aerodynamics II: Flow Control Denver
Chaired by: J. ZIMMERMAN, CU Aerospace and D. KONIGORSKI, Airbus Group
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3476 AIAA-2017-3477 AIAA-2017-3478 AIAA-2017-3479 AIAA-2017-3480
Dynamic Response of an Oblique Plasma Actuator with Arc Effect of Off-Body Laser Discharge Supersonic Flow Control of Swept Energy Balance and Discharge
Shock Wave Generated by a Q-DC Breakdown in a Magnetic Field for on Drag Reduction of Hemisphere Shock Wave / Turbulent Boundary Characteristics of a Repetitive High
Discharge in Pulse-Repetitive Mode Active Flow Control Applications Cylinder in Supersonic Flow Layer Interactions using Plasma Voltage NSDBD Actuator
A. Houpt, B. Hedlund, S. Leonov, University J. Zimmerman, A. Palla, D. Carroll, CU N. Kianvashrad, D. Knight, Rutgers Actuators S. Zhang, Z. Chen, B. Zhang, Northwestern
of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN; T. Aerospace, LLC, Champaign, IL; G. Hristov, University, Piscataway, NJ; S. Wilkinson, A. A. Deshpande, J. Poggie, Purdue University, Polytechnical University, Xian, China; Y.
Ombrello, C. Carter, Air Force Research P. Ansell, University of Illinois, Urbana- Chou, R. Horne, G. Herring, NASA Langley West Lafayette, IN Chen, Commercial Aircraft Corporation of
Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH Champaign, Urbana, IL Research Center, Hampton, VA; et al. China, Ltd. (COMAC), Shanghai, China
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
130-TFM-5 CFD and Theory Spruce
Chaired by: O. SAHNI, Rensselaer Polytech Inst
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs

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AIAA-2017-3481 AIAA-2017-3482 AIAA-2017-3483 AIAA-2017-3484 AIAA-2017-3485
Combining A Reduced Polynomial Model order reduction using DMD An EnKF-based Flow State Estimator Validation of BEM using CFD MRF Variable Interface Dynamic Adaptation
Chaos Expansion Approach with modes and adjoint DMD modes for Aerodynamic Flows Coupled with Axial and Radial (VIDA) technique: A Novel Approach to
Universal Kriging for Uncertainty W. Zhang, M. Wei, Kansas State University, A. de Castro da Silva, T. Colonius, California Induction Factors adjust Lagrangian Frame and Eulerian
Quantification Manhattan, KS Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA N. Dumakude, M. Kamper, Stellenbosch Frame at Flattering Interface
J. Weinmeister, N. Xie, X. Gao, A. Prasad, S. University, Stellenbosch, South Africa A. Zanj, Flinders University, Adelaide,
Roy, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO Australia
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
131-TP-3 Reacting Flows II Plaza Court 3
Chaired by: D. KUNTZ, Sandia National Laboratories and M. PANESI, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3486 AIAA-2017-3487 AIAA-2017-3488 AIAA-2017-3489 AIAA-2017-3490
The Effect of the Spin-forbidden CO Simulation of oxygen dissociation Internal energy relaxation and State-to-State Kinetic Modeling of Coupled Vibration-Rotation
(1 +) + O (3P) CO2 (1 g+) on a six-dimensional O4 potential dissociation in molecular oxygen Select Air Species in Hypersonic Dissociation Model for Nitrogen
Recombination Reaction on Afterbody energy surface using direct molecular simulation Nonequilibrium Flows from Direct Molecular Simulations
Heating of Mars Entry Vehicles D. Andrienko, I. Boyd, University of M. Grover, T. Schwartzentruber, University E. Josyula, C. Suchyta, K. Vogiatzis, Air Force N. Singh, T. Schwartzentruber, University of
L. Xu, R. Jaffe, D. Schwenke, NASA Ames Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN
Research Center, Moffett Field, CA; M. Panesi, OH; Y. Khine, Naval Research Laboratory,
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Washington, D.C.; P. Vedula, University of
Urbana, IL Oklahoma, Norman, Norman, OK
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
132-D4U-1 DEMAND for UNMANNED
0930 - 1700 hrs
Demand for Unmanned Host: I. J. Hudson, former Technology Reporter, NBC4 Washington (WRC-TV)
09301130 hrs
Grand Ballroom I

The Evolving Culture of Aviation


Moderator: Glenn Roberts, Chief Engineer, Center for Advanced Aviation System Development, The MITRE Corporation
Speakers:

Jonathan Evans Jesse Kallman Van Espahbodi Wes Ryan


Co-President President Co-Founder & COO Manager
Skyward, A Verizon Company Airbus Aerial Starburst Accelerator Programs and Procedures (Advanced Technology)
Small Airplane Directorate
Federal Aviation Administration

14151545 hrs
Grand Ballroom II
The Verification and Validation of Intelligent Machines
Moderator: Mike Francis, Chief, Advanced Programs and Senior Fellow, Autonomous and Intelligent Systems, United Technologies Research Center
Speakers:

Noah Flood Paul Nielsen Scott Strimple Alessandro Pinto Fritz Langford
Aviation & Autonomy Consultant Director and CEO Director of Training and Education Project Leader Chief Engineer
Delta Air Lines, Inc. Software Engineering Institute The Drone Flight School Embedded Intelligence Autonomous Aerial Cargo/Utility System

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United Technologies Research Center Aurora Flight Sciences

1600 1700 hrs


Grand Ballroom II
Unique Applications Session Lightning Talks
Speakers:

Chris Kucera Rob Parenti Matt Fanelli Aaron Greenwald


Director of Air Operations Senior Technical Marketing Engineer In-house Counsel President
Analytical Graphics Inc. Alta Devices Skyward Unmanned Safety Institute

For program updates, visit www.aviation.aiaa.org/DEMANDforUNMANNED


Tuesday, 6 June 2017
133-RLA-2 Rising Leaders in Aerospace Lunch and Learn - Your Next Move: How to Build a Strong Foundation for Long-Term Career Success Grand Ballroom I
1200 - 1330 hrs
Ron Bessire
Vice President
Engineering and Technology
Lockheed Martin
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
134-LNCH-1 Awards LuncheonCelebrating Achievements in Aerospace Sciences Plaza Ballroom
1230 - 1400 hrs
A ticket for the luncheon is required and included in the registration fee where where indicated. Additional tickets for guests may be purchased upon registration, or on site as space is available. The following awards will be presented: Aeroacoustics Award, Aerodynamics Award,
Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Award, Fluid Dynamics Award, Ground Testing Award, Plasmadynamics and Lasers Award, Thermophysics Award
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
135-AA-23 Acoustic/Fluid Dynamic Interactions III: Leading Edge Serrations Governors Square 10
Chaired by: P. JOSEPH, ISVR/University of Southampton
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3491 AIAA-2017-3492 AIAA-2017-3493 AIAA-2017-3494 AIAA-2017-3495
Leading Edge Noise Reduction of An analytic solution for gust- Polyoptimisation of the Aerodynamic Aeroacoustic effects of the trailing Leading Edge Noise from Very Thick
Thin Aerofoil by the Straight and aerofoil interaction noise for plates and Aeroacoustic Performance of edge of an undulated aerofoil Airfoils with Vertical Fences
Curved Serrations of the Add-on with leading-edge serrations Aerofoils with Serrated Leading Edges subjected to impinging disturbances S. Glegg, Florida Atlantic University,
Type L. Ayton, University of Cambridge, T. Biedermann, Dusseldorf University of Applied J. Turner, J. Kim, University of Boca Raton, FL; W. Devenport, Virginia
A. Juknevicius, T. Chong, P. Woodhead, Cambridge, United Kingdom Sciences, Dusseldorf, Germany; T. Chong, Southampton, Southampton, United Polytechnic Institute and State University,
Brunel University London, Uxbridge, United Brunel University London, Uxbridge, United Kingdom Blacksburg, VA
Kingdom Kingdom; F. Kameier, Dusseldorf University
of Applied Sciences, Dusseldorf, Germany; C.
Paschereit, Technical University of Berlin, Berlin,
Germany; O. Koster, D. Schreiber, Dusseldorf
University of Applied Sciences, Dusseldorf,
Germany
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
136-AA-24 Airframe/High-Lift Noise V: Trailing Edge Noise Reduction Plaza Court 4
Chaired by: S. OERLEMANS
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3496 AIAA-2017-3497 AIAA-2017-3498 AIAA-2017-3499 AIAA-2017-3500 AIAA-2017-3501 AIAA-2017-3502
Airfoil Self Noise Reduction at Low Impact of Permeable Surface on Acoustic scattering by 3D poroelastic Effects of Streamwise Surface An Experimental Study on the Experimental Investigation of Numerical Investigation of Bio-
Reynolds Numbers Using a Passive Trailing-Edge Noise at Varying Lift plates with swept trailing edges Treatments on Trailing Edge Noise Reduction of Airfoil Trailing-edge Flow Field Around An Asymmetric Inspired Blade Designs at High
Flexible Trailing Edge S. Koh, M. Meinke, W. Schroeder, RWTH C. Pimenta, W. Wolf, University of Reduction Noise Using a Single-Leg Spiral Beveled Trailing Edge and Reynolds Numbers for Ultra-Quiet
L. Kamps, Technical University of Bergakademie Aachen University, Aachen, Germany; B. Campinas, Campinas, Brazil; A. Cavalieri, A. Afshari, Yazd University, Yazd, Iran; Array in an Anechoic Wind Tunnel Aerodynamic Sound Aircraft and Wind Turbines
Freiberg, Freiberg, Germany; C. Brcker, City, Zhou, N. Gauger, Technical University of Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), M. Azarpeyvand, University of Bristol, W. Chen, W. Qiao, L. Wang, F. Tong, Y. Guan, S. Morris, University of Notre A. Bodling, B. Agrawal, A. Sharma,

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University of London, London, United Kingdom; Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern, Germany Campinas, Brazil Bristol, United Kingdom; A. Dehghan, Yazd C. Haoyi, Northwestern Polytechnical Dame, Notre Dame, IN Iowa State University, Ames, IA; I. Clark,
T. Geyer, Technical University of Brandenburg, University, Yazd, Iran; M. Szoke, University University, Xian, China W. Alexander, W. Devenport, Virginia
Cottbus, Germany; E. Sarradj, Technical of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom Polytechnic Institute and State University,
University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany Blacksburg, VA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
137-AA-25 CAA IV: Boundary Conditions Plaza Court 8
Chaired by: E. ENVIA, NASA Glenn Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3503 AIAA-2017-3504 AIAA-2017-3505 AIAA-2017-3506 AIAA-2017-3507 AIAA-2017-3508 AIAA-2017-3509
Improved Mean Flow Boundary Immersed boundary conditions Evaluation of Acoustic Jump Modeling Approach for Delayed Numerical Experiments in Error Use of OpenFOAM coupled with a A New Two-Way Artificial Boundary
Conditions for Computational for high order CAA solvers Conditions at Discontinuous Porous Time Domain Impedance Boundary Control for Sound Propagation Hybridization of Finite Element- Condition for Wave Propagation
Aeroacoustics Aeroacoustics installation effects Interfaces Condition Using a Damping Layer Boundary Boundary Element Methods using H. Espinoza, Technical University of Bolivar,
D. Hixon, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH assessment L. Rossian, R. Ewert, J. Delfs, German Q. Douasbin, National Center for Scientific Treatment an Adaptive Absorbing Boundary Cartagena, Colombia; R. Paredes, Escuela
D. Mincu, T. Le Garrec, S. Peron, M. Aerospace Center (DLR), Braunschweig, Research (CNRS), Toulouse, France; C. Scalo, J. Goodrich, NASA Glenn Research Center, Condition for Wind Noise Simulation Superior Politcnica del Litoral, Guayaquil,
Terracol, ONERA, Chtillon, France Germany Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN; L. Cleveland, OH N. Zerbib, ESI Group, Compiegne, France; A. Ecuador; M. Ehrhardt, University of
Selle, T. Poinsot, National Center for Scientific Heather, OpenCFD, Ltd., Bracknell, United Wuppertal, Wuppertal, Germany
Research (CNRS), Toulouse, France Kingdom; D. Mas, L. Mebarek, ESI Group,
Compiegne, France
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
138-AA-26 CAA V: Integral Methods Plaza Court 7
Chaired by: P. MORRIS, Pennsylvania State University and A. LYRINTZIS
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3510 AIAA-2017-3511 AIAA-2017-3512 AIAA-2017-3513 AIAA-2017-3514 AIAA-2017-3515
A new formulation of time domain Sensitivity Analysis and Uncertainty Assessment of the Taylor--Lorentz Numerical Greens Functions for A Lighthill Equation-based Fast Multipole Boundary Element
boundary integral equation for Quantification for the Ffowcs transform for boundary element Extern Aeroacoustic Beamforming Boundary-Field Integral Method with Stochastic Sources for
acoustic wave scattering in the Williams-Hawkings Equation solutions to wave propagation with S. Bousabaa, D. Mincu, ONERA, Chtillon, Formulation for Sound Scattering of Broadband Noise Simulation
presence of a uniform mean flow N. Ricks, S. Abraham, F. Contino, G. mean flow France; R. Marchiano, F. Ollivier, Pierre- Moving Bodies N. Reiche, R. Ewert, M. Lummer, J.
F. Hu, M. Pizzo, Old Dominion University, Ghorbaniasl, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, S. Mancini, R. Astley, G. Gabard, University and-Marie-Curie University, Paris, France; J. C. Testa, Italian Institute for Naval Delfs, German Aerospace Center (DLR),
Norfolk, VA; D. Nark, NASA Langley Brussels, Belgium of Southampton, Southampton, United Bult, ONERA, Chtillon, France Hydrodynamic Research and Ship Model Basin, Braunschweig, Germany
Research Center, Hampton, VA Kingdom; M. Tournour, Siemens, Leuven, Rome, Italy; M. Gennaretti, G. Bernardini, C.
Belgium Poggi, Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
139-AA-27 Jet Noise IV: Experiments Supersonic I Governors Square 12
Chaired by: M. SAMIMY, The Ohio State University and M. DOTY, NASA - Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3516 AIAA-2017-3517 AIAA-2017-3518 AIAA-2017-3519 AIAA-2017-3520 AIAA-2017-3521
On the Dominant Noise Components Particle Image Velocimetry Analysis Experimental Results for Supersonic Characterization of Supersonic Preliminary Investigation of Experimental Investigation of a
of Tactical Aircraft: Laboratory to of the Twin Supersonic Jet Structure Jet Noise Reduction using Nozzle Laboratory-Scale Jet Noise with Multilobe Fighter Jet Noise Sources Heated Supersonic Jet with Total
Full Scale and Standing-Wave Fluidic Inserts Vector Acoustic Intensity Using Acoustical Holography Temperature Non-Uniformity
C. Tam, Florida State University, G. Bell, J. Soria, D. Honnery, D. Edgington- J. Morgan, D. McLaughlin, P. Morris, K. Gee, Brigham Young University, Provo, A. Wall, Air Force Research Laboratory, D. Mayo, K. Daniel, K. Lowe, W. Ng,
Tallahassee, FL; A. Aubert, J. Spyropoulos, Mitchell, Monash University, Melbourne, Pennsylvania State University, University UT; M. Akamine, K. Okamoto, University of Wright-Patterson AFB, OH; K. Leete, K. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State
R. Powers, Naval Air Systems Command, Australia Park, PA Tokyo, Kashiwa, Japan; T. Neilsen, Brigham Gee, T. Neilsen, Brigham Young University, University, Blacksburg, VA
Patuxent River, MD Young University, Provo, UT; S. Tsutsumi, Provo, UT; M. James, Blue Ridge Research
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and Consulting, LLC, Asheville, NC; R.
(JAXA), Sagamihara, Japan; S. Teramoto, McKinley, Air Force Research Laboratory,

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University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; et al. Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
140-AA-28 Jet Noise V: Surfaces/Integration Governors Square 11
Chaired by: C. BROWN, NASA Glenn and R. POWERS
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3522 AIAA-2017-3523 AIAA-2017-3524 AIAA-2017-3525 AIAA-2017-3526 AIAA-2017-3527 AIAA-2017-3528
Jet-Surface Interaction Noise from On the Mechanism and Reduction of Prediction of the Impact of Jet Acoustic Similarity Modelling of a Jet noise of a UHBR nozzle using On the Azimuthal Structure of Experimental investigation of the
High Aspect Ratio Nozzles: Test Installed Jet Noise Mixing Noise on an generic Aircraft UHBR Jet Engine for the Investigation ZDES: external boundary layer Installed Jet Noise transient bleed valve noise
Summary B. Lyu, A. Dowling, University of Fuselage in Cruise Flight of Jet-Flap-Interaction Noise thickness and installation effects G. Faranosov, V. Kopiev, I. Belyaev, O. P. Laffay, Safran Group, Villaroche, France;
C. Brown, G. Podboy, NASA Glenn Research Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom C. Appel, A. Neifeld, German Aerospace C. Jente, M. Pott-Pollenske, D. Boenke, F. Gand, ONERA, Meudon, France; M. Huet, Bychkov, S. Chernyshev, TsAGI, Moscow, M. Jacob, Higher Institute of Aeronautics
Center, Cleveland, OH Center (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany German Aerospace Center (DLR), T. Le Garrec, F. Clro, ONERA, Chtillon, Russia and Space, Toulouse, France; S. Moreau,
Braunschweig, Germany; A. Bscher, Airbus France cole Centrale de Lyon, Ecully, France; J.
Operations GmbH, Bremen, Germany Regnard, Safran Group, Villaroche, France

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


141-AA-29 Propeller, Rotorcraft and V/STOL Noise I Plaza Court 5
Chaired by: D. CASALINO, EXA GmbH
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3529 AIAA-2017-3530 AIAA-2017-3531 AIAA-2017-3532 AIAA-2017-3533 AIAA-2017-3534
Noise Predictions of Helicopter High-speed impulsive noise Influence of Blade Thickness and A Conformal Mapping Model for Large-Eddy Simulation Study Trailing Edge Noise Reduction
Rotors in Hover and Forward Flight prediction of helicopter rotors using Blade Span on Orthogonal Blade/ Force Response of Arbitrarily of Rotor Noise Generation in a Technologies for Applications in
Y. Ozyoruk, A. Unal, Middle East Technical a frequency-domain formulation Vortex Interaction Noise Shaped Thick Foils to Incident Turbulent Wake Wind Energy
University, Ankara, Turkey; A. Yuksel, Z. Huang, L. Siozos-Rousoulis, T. De Troyer, P. Zehner, F. Falissard, S. Peron, ONERA, Turbulence J. Wang, K. Wang, M. Wang, University of A. Suryadi, German Aerospace Center (DLR),
Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc., Ankara, G. Ghorbaniasl, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Palaiseau, France; X. Gloerfelt, Laboratory J. Anderson, D. DiPerna, Naval Surface Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN Braunschweig, Germany; S. Martens, Leibniz
Turkey Brussels, Belgium DynFluid, Paris, France Warfare Center, West Bethesda, MD University of Hanover, Hannover, Germany;
M. Herr, German Aerospace Center (DLR),
Braunschweig, Germany
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
142-ADS-5 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Aerial Delivery Savoy
Chaired by: J. WATKINS, Pioneer Aerospace Corporation and E. SCHEUERMANN
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3535 AIAA-2017-3536 AIAA-2017-3537 AIAA-2017-3538 AIAA-2017-3539 AIAA-2017-3540 AIAA-2017-3541
2,000 Pound High Altitude Low Unguided Parachute Ballistics: Data Dynamic Modeling-Simulation of Six Degree of Freedom Vehicle Precision Aerial Delivery with a Development of a Steerable Single Computational Study of Air Drop
Opening Ballistic Parachute System Collection, Post Processing and Advanced Low Velocity Airdrop Tracking System (6DVTS) Steerable Cruciform Parachute Actuator Cruciform Parachute Control Mechanisms for Cruciform
Development Applications Systems (ALVADS): First Edition Implementation for Aerial Delivery J. Haller, T. Fields, University of Missouri, T. Fields, University of Missouri, Kansas Parachutes
M. Henry, Army Research, Development S. Patel, Ignition Technologies, Sudbury, MA;U. Fraire, Army Research, Development and Development Testing Kansas City, Kansas City, MO; O. City, Kansas City, MO; O. Yakimenko, C. Fagley, J. Seidel, T. McLaughlin, U.S.
and Engineering Command, Natick, MA; B. Cohanim, MORSE Corp, Cambridge, MA; Engineering Command, Natick, MA R. Tiaden, Yuma Proving Ground, Yuma Yakimenko, Naval Postgraduate School, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO;
S. Patel, Ignition Technologies, Sudbury, M. Henry, Army Research, Development and Proving Ground, AZ Monterey, CA G. Noetscher, T. Rose, Army Research,
MA; E. Campagna, Army Research, Engineering Command, Natick, MA; C. Boggs, Air Development and Engineering Command,
Development and Engineering Command, Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, Natick, MA
Natick, MA OH; S. Corner, Army Research, Development and
Engineering Command, Natick, MA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
143-ADS-6 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Simulation Vail
Chaired by: J. POTVIN, Saint Louis University and R. CHARLES, US Army Natick Soldier Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3542 AIAA-2017-3543 AIAA-2017-3544 AIAA-2017-3545 AIAA-2017-3546 AIAA-2017-3547
Computational Investigation on Fluid-Structure Interaction Simulations Near-Body Simulations of Loads Simulation of the Baseline Deformation of a Ram-Air Canopy Fluid-Structure Interaction
the Wake Flow of a Hemispherical of the Inflated Shape and Associated Airdropped from Aircraft and Performance Characteristics of a due to Control Line Retraction Simulation study of a Semi-Rigid
Parachute Canopy Flowfield of the MC4/5 Parafoil Helicopter -Fluid / Structure Ram-Air Parachute W. Tang, H. Johari, California State Ram-Air Parachute Model
J. Vasile, Army Research Laboratory, During Steady Gliding Flight Interaction Approach- R. Charles, Army Research, Development University, Northridge, CA N. Fogell, L. Iannucci, Imperial College
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD N. Fogell, L. Iannucci, Imperial College B. Perin, P. Bordenave, DGA Aeronautical and Engineering Command, Natick, MA London, London, United Kingdom; K.
London, London, United Kingdom; K. Systems, Balma, France Bergeron, Army Research, Development
Bergeron, Army Research, Development and Engineering Command, Natick, MA

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and Engineering Command, Natick, MA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
144-AFM-2 Aircraft Flight Dynamics II Governors Square 17
Chaired by: D. MURRI, NASA Engineering and Safety Center and B. JOLLY, USAF
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-3548 AIAA-2017-3549 AIAA-2017-3550 AIAA-2017-3551
Combined Feedback and LIDAR-Based Unsteady Fluid-Structure-Jet Method to Calculate Aircraft Climb Dynamics of a Multi-Purpose
Feedforward Active Load Alleviation Interactions of Agile High-Speed and Cruise Trajectory using an Aero- Lightweight Towed System
N. Fezans, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Vehicles Propulsive Model N. Huynh, C. Montalvo, University of South
Braunschweig, Germany; H. Joos, German R. Kitson, C. Cesnik, University of G. Ghazi, R. Botez, University of Qubec, Alabama, Mobile, AL
Aerospace Center (DLR), Wessling, Germany Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI Montral, Canada
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
145-AMT-5 Flow Visualization, Particle Measurements, and Data Acquisition Methods Directors Row E
Chaired by: B. BATHEL, NASA Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3552 AIAA-2017-3553 AIAA-2017-3554 AIAA-2017-3555 AIAA-2017-3556 AIAA-2017-3557
Airborne Acquisition of Blade Tip Flow visualization of aircraft in Preliminary Investigation of a Scramjet Nonlinear Response of a Thin Modification of Vortex Identification A new method of PIV-based
Displacements and Vortices on a flight by means of Background Flowfield with Hyperspectral Imaging Panel Subjected to a Shockwave Method Based on Normalized pressure measurement in
Coaxial Ultralight Helicopter Oriented Schlieren using Celestial Augmented by Large Eddy Simulation Impingement and Thermal Buckling Angular Momentum supersonic flows
A. Bauknecht, German Aerospace Center Objects A. Kerst, K. Gross, E. Oren, J. Komives, T. Beberniss, Air Force Research Laboratory, S. Shkarayev, University of Arizona, S. Liu, J. Xu, K. Yu, Nanjing University
(DLR), Gttingen, Germany; B. Grebing, M. Hill, E. Haering, NASA Armstrong Flight Air Force Institute of Technology, Wright- Wright-Patterson AFB, OH Tucson, Tucson, AZ; V. Kurnosov, National of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing,
edm aerotec GmbH, Geisleden, Germany; Research Center, Edwards, CA Patterson AFB, OH; M. Rhoby, T. Ombrello, Academy of Sciences, Kharkiv, Ukraine China
M. Raffel, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-
Gttingen, Germany Patterson AFB, OH
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
146-APA-17 High Angle of Attack and High Lift Aerodynamics Century
Chaired by: R. RADESPIEL, Technische Universitat Braunschweig and A. VOEGELE, The Aerospace Corporation
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3558 AIAA-2017-3559 AIAA-2017-3560 AIAA-2017-3561 AIAA-2017-3562 AIAA-2017-3563
Aircraft and technology for low Progress in Efficient Active High-Lift Flight Dynamics Investigation of an Flight Mechanical Challenges of Aerodynamic Sensitivities of 2D Investigation into the Performance
noise short take-off and landing F. Kauth, J. Seume, Leibniz University of Active High-Lift Aircraft STOL Aircraft Using Active High-Lift High lift Airfoil Configured with of Turbulence Models for the
J. Delfs, C. Appel, German Aerospace Center Hanover, Hannover, Germany; R. Radespiel, P. Horst, K. Sommerwerk, Technical J. Diekmann, German Aerospace Center Porous Trailing Edges Computation of High-Lift Flows at
(DLR), Braunschweig, Germany; P. Bernicke, R. Semaan, D. Franois, Y. El Sayed M., University of Braunschweig, Braunschweig, (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany P. Kumar, R. Radespiel, Technical University Large Angles of Attack
C. Blech, Technical University of Braunschweig, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany; D. Keller, J. Diekmann, German of Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany R. Balin, K. Jansen, University of Colorado,
Braunschweig, Germany; J. Blinstrub, Braunschweig, Germany; et al. Aerospace Center (DLR), Braunschweig, Boulder, Boulder, CO; M. Rasquin, Cenaero,
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Gttingen, Germany; N. Neuert, I. Krukow, Technical Gosselies, Belgium; K. Chitale, Flowdesign
Germany; C. Heykena, Technical University of University of Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Sonics, Inc., Wilbraham, MA
Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany; et al. Germany; et al.
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
147-APA-18 Flow Control Applications and Demonstrations III Silver
Chaired by: P. ANSELL, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and C. PASILIAO, AFRL/RW
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3564 AIAA-2017-3565 AIAA-2017-3566 AIAA-2017-3567 AIAA-2017-3568 AIAA-2017-3569
Modeling of transient blowing Study on the Sensing Parameters A continuous reinforcement learning Computations of Active Flow Control Flow-Control Effectiveness of Drag Reduction with Non-
actuation using Pulse Width toward Better Feed-back Control of strategy for closed-loop control in for Heavy Vehicle Drag Reduction Convergent Surface Indentations Axisymmetric Dimples
Modulation on a dynamically Stall Separation with DBD Plasma fluid dynamics D. Manosalvas-Kjono, T. Economon, on an Aerofoil at Low Reynolds J. Tay, T. Lim, National University of
pitching NACA 0018 Airfoil. Actuator C. Pivot, L. Cordier, University of Poitiers, Stanford University, Stanford, CA; C. Numbers Singapore, Singapore, Singapore
F. Niel, C. Fagley, J. Seidel, T. McLaughlin, T. Ogawa, Science University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Poitiers, France; L. Mathelin , National Othmer, Volkswagen, Belmont, CA; A. N. Shah, Polypipe Civils Ltd.,
U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Japan; S. Shimomura, Tokyo University of Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), Jameson, Stanford University, Stanford, CA Loughborough, United Kingdom
CO Agriculture and Technology, Tokyo, Japan; K. Orsay, France
Asada, S. Sekimoto, T. Tatsukawa, K. Fujii,

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Science University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; et al.
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
148-APA-19 Propeller Aerodynamics I Colorado
Chaired by: N. HARIHARAN, CREATE-AV and H. HU, Iowa State University
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3570 AIAA-2017-3571 AIAA-2017-3572 AIAA-2017-3573 AIAA-2017-3574 AIAA-2017-3575
Hybrid Blade Element and Lifting Towards Optimum Swirl Recovery Implementation of a Body Force Propeller Analysis Using Low & High Computational Modeling of Investigation on Improving
Line for Propeller or Propfan Vanes for Propeller Propulsion Systems Model in OVERFLOW for Propulsor Fidelity Aero-acoustic Methods C-130 H/J Propellers and Airdrop Efficiency of High-Altitude Propeller
Performance Q. Li, K. ztrk, T. Sinnige, D. Ragni, Simulations N. Ben Nasr, F. Falissard, J. Decours, R. Configurations with Tandem Configuration
J. Barnes, Pelican Aero Group, San Delft University of Technology, Delft, The H. Akaydin, S. Pandya, NASA Ames Gaveriaux, ONERA, Meudon, France; Y. K. Bergeron, Army Research, Development J. Xu, W. Song, X. Yang, Y. Zhang,
Pedro, CA Netherlands; Y. Wang, Northwestern Research Center, Moffett Field, CA Delrieux, S. Canard-Caruana, ONERA, and Engineering Command, Natick, MA; M. Northwestern Polytechnical University,
Polytechnical University, Xian, China; G. Chtillon, France; et al. Ghoreyshi, A. Jirasek, P. Aref, A. Lofthouse, Xian, China
Eitelberg, Delft University of Technology, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs,
Delft, The Netherlands; et al. CO
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
149-APA-20 Aerodynamic Design: Analysis, Methodologies, and Optimization Techniques IV Gold
Chaired by: O. KHAN, Tuskegee Univ and J. AZEVEDO
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs
AIAA-2017-3576 AIAA-2017-3577 AIAA-2017-3578
On the Numerical Stability of the Mixing and Refinement of Design Effect of the Slot Span on the Wing
Eminton-Lord Wave Drag Method Variables for Geometry and Topology Performance
B. Rothacker, The Boeing Company, Optimization in Aerodynamics J. Granizo, S. Gudmundsson, W. Engblom,
Hazelwood, MO A. Payot, T. Rendall, C. Allen, University of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University,
Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom Daytona Beach, FL
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
150-APA-21 Special Session: Historically Significant Papers in Applied Aerodynamics (Invited) Windows
Chaired by: R. WAHLS, NASA Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate and J. PINIER, NASA Langley Research Center
1400 hrs
Oral Presentation
Viscous/Inviscid Modeling and Computational Methods for Aerodynamic Design
M. Drela, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
151-ASE-4 Ice Roughness and Heat Transfer Columbine
Chaired by: M. POTAPCZUK, NASA Glenn Research Center and T. BOND, FAA
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3579 AIAA-2017-3580 AIAA-2017-3581 AIAA-2017-3582 AIAA-2017-3583 AIAA-2017-3584 AIAA-2017-3585
Convection from Surfaces with Flow Visualization and Skin Friction Sublayer Surface Roughness and An Experimental Investigation on An Experimental Investigation on Spanwise Form Extraction for Ice Ice Roughness and Thickness Evolution
Real Laser-Scanned Ice Accretion Variations along Surfaces with Real the Spalart-Allmaras Turbulence the Dynamic Ice Accretion Process the Unsteady Heat Transfer Process Roughness Measurements from on a Swept NACA 0012 Airfoil
Roughness and Different Thermal and Model Ice Roughness Model over the Surface of a Wind Turbine over Ice Accreting Surfaces of Aero- Misaligned Airfoils or Tapered Wings S. McClain, Baylor University, Waco, TX;
Conductivities T. Shannon, S. McClain, Baylor University, A. Rothmayer, Iowa State University, Blade Model engine Spinner Models S. McClain, Baylor University, Waco, TX M. Vargas, NASA Glenn Research Center,
D. Hawkins, T. Shannon, S. McClain, Waco, TX Ames, IA L. Gao, Y. Liu, H. Hu, Iowa State University, L. Li, H. Hu, Iowa State University, Cleveland, OH; J. Tsao, Ohio Aerospace
Baylor University, Waco, TX Ames, IA Ames, IA Institute, Cleveland, OH

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


152-ATIO.ACD-4 Aircraft System Design Studies Governors Square 16
Chaired by: D. LEVY, Sierra Nevada Corporation and E. DIGIROLAMO, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3586 AIAA-2017-3587 AIAA-2017-3588 AIAA-2017-3589 AIAA-2017-3590
Multidisciplinary Design Process for Conceptual design of an interceptor Exploring the Prospect of Small Aerodynamic Design of a Flying V Conceptual Design of a D8
a 100 Seat Regional Jet UAV Supersonic Airliners - A Case Study Aircraft Commercial Aircraft

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T. Takahashi, J. Wilson, R. Teves, N. M. Diehl, M. Hornung, Technical University Based on the Aerion AS2 Jet F. Faggiano, R. Vos, Delft University of B. Yutko, C. Jeffrey, C. Church, C. Courtin,
Snodgrass, J. Haley, Arizona State of Munich, Munich, Germany B. Liebhardt, K. Ltjens, German Aerospace Technology, Delft, The Netherlands; M. M. Lieu, T. Roberts, Aurora Flight Sciences,
University, Tempe, AZ Center (DLR), Hamburg, Germany; R. Tracy, Baan, R. Van Dijk, ParaPy B.V., Delft, The Cambridge, MA; et al.
A. Haas, Aerion Corporation, Reno, NV Netherlands

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


153-ATIO.ATM-7 Weather Impact II Plaza Court 1
Chaired by: K. SHETH, NASA/ARC-AFO
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3591 AIAA-2017-3592 AIAA-2017-3593 AIAA-2017-3594 AIAA-2017-3595 AIAA-2017-3596
Metering During Severe En Route Estimating Weather Delays and Analysis of convective-weather impact Preliminary Investigation into the Predicting Airport Capacity in the Flight Execution and Route
Weather via Advanced Flight- Savings from Weather Reroute on pre-departure routing decisions for Use and Coverage of a Crowd- Presence of Winds Adaptation Considering Multiple
Specific Trajectories (AFST) Technologies flights traveling between Fort Worth Sourced Airborne Weather Radar J. Jones, R. DeLaura, Lincoln Laboratory, Constraints
J. DeArmon, H. Gao, D. Chaloux, M. Hokit, V. Stouffer, K. Steinley, LMI, Tysons, VA Center and New York Air Center Network Massachusetts Institute of Technology, M. Sauer, M. Steiner, R. Sharman, J. Pinto,
MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA H. Arneson, NASA Ames Research Center, S. Campbell, E. Clemons, Lincoln Lexington, MA National Center for Atmospheric Research,
Moffett Field, CA; A. Bombelli, A. Segarra- Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Boulder, CO
Torne, University of California, Irvine, Technology, Lexington, MA
Irvine, CA; E. Tse, Georgia Institute of
Technology, Atlanta, GA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
154-ATIO.ATM-8 ATM Performance and Benefits Plaza Court 2
Chaired by: J. POST, Federal Aviation Administration
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3597 AIAA-2017-3598 AIAA-2017-3599 AIAA-2017-3600 AIAA-2017-3601 AIAA-2017-3602
Potential Safety Benefits of RNP Modeling Effects of Competition on Benefits of using Pairwise Trajectory A Model of Aircraft Retirement and Evaluation of Factors Influencing Performance Impact of Improved
Approach Procedures Airlines Route-Selection Decisions Management in the Central East Acquisition Decisions Based On Net Airport Attraction and Integrated Departure Time Prediction Relative
S. Salgueiro, R. Hansman, Massachusetts J. Thekinen, K. Moolchandani, J. Panchal, Pacific Present Value Calculations Performance to Sector Demand & Arrival Time
Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA D. DeLaurentis, Purdue University, West R. Chartrand, K. Ballard, NASA Langley H. Chao, N. Kolencherry, K. Ogunsina, K. A. Gillissen, S. Kern, German Aerospace Predictability
Lafayette, IN Research Center, Hampton, VA Moolchandani, W. Crossley, D. DeLaurentis, Center (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany R. Curran, E. Konnemann, Delft University
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
155-ATIO.TFPC-4 Transformational Aircraft Technologies Governors Square 15
Chaired by: K. ANTCLIFF, NASA Langley Research Center and I. CHAKRABORTY, ASDL, Georgia Tech
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs
AIAA-2017-3603 AIAA-2017-3604 AIAA-2017-3605
Aerodynamically-Actuated Radical Link!: Potential Field Guidance Assessment of Urban Aerial Taxi
Shape-Change Concept Algorithm for In-Flight Linking of with Cryogenic Components under
T. Ivanco, M. Ivanco, E. Ancel, NASA Multi-Rotor Aircraft Design Environment for Novel
Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; J. Cooper, National Institute of Aerospace, Vertical Lift Vehicles (DELIVER)
A. Grubb, Georgia Institute of Technology, Hampton, VA; P. Rothhaar, NASA Langley C. Snyder, NASA Glenn Research Center,
Atlanta, GA; S. Prasad, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA Cleveland, OH
Research Center, Hampton, VA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
156-BAL-4/LTA-2 Balloon and Lighter Than Air Combined Session Majestic Ballroom
Chaired by: H. CATHEY, New Mexico State Universtiy

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1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3606 AIAA-2017-3607 AIAA-2017-3608 AIAA-2017-3609 Development Prize for the Alternative Propulsion Transport Airship
Non-Linear Analysis of the NASA Normalizing the Narrative, Creating Critical Review of Helium The NASA Wallops Arc-Second Panelists:
Super Pressure Balloons: Whole Industry wide Standards and Purification Techniques for Lighter- Pointer (WASP) System for Precision Don Hartsell Ron Hochstetler
Flight Simulations Practices Within the Ballooning than-Air Systems Pointing of Scientific Balloon Commissioner and Managing Director Vice Chairman
D. Wakefield, A. Bown, Tensys Dynamics, Community R. Voleti, Indian Institute of Technology Instruments and Telescopes World Air League AIAA Lighter-Than-Air Technical Committee
Ltd., Bath, United Kingdom A. Denney, New Mexico State University, Bombay, Mumbai, India; N. Singhal, Nanyang D. Stuchlik, NASA Wallops Flight Facility,
Las Cruces, NM Technological University, Singapore, Singapore; Wallops Island, VA
R. Pant, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay,
Mumbai, India

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


157-CASE-2 Incremental/Agile MethodsFit for Demands of Complex Aerospace Systems? Governors Square 14
1400 - 1700 hrs
Chair: Sophia Bright, IT Director, Strategy Design & Execution, The Boeing Company
Panelists:

Rick Dove Avinash Pinto Jimmie McEver Ray Carnes Academic Scholar: William D. Bill Schindel
CEO Principal Systems Engineer Senior Scientist Chief Architect President
Paradigm Shift, International The MITRE Corporation/FAA Center for Advanced Asymmetric Operations Sector The Boeing Company ICTT System Sciences
Aviation System Development Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
158-CFD-11/FD-17 Numerical Simulations of Turbulent Flows Using DNS and LES Tower Court C
Chaired by: J. DEBONIS, NASA Glenn Research Center and D. GAITONDE, The Ohio State University
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3610 AIAA-2017-3611 AIAA-2017-3612 AIAA-2017-3613 AIAA-2017-3614
Prediction of Turbulent Temperature Resolved Scalar Mixing in Large Unstructured Large Eddy Dynamical Structures in a Swept Large eddy simulation of supersonic
Fluctuations in Hot Jets Eddy Simulations of a High Simulations of the transonic Compression Ramp Shock/Turbulent- intakes using fifth order free-
J. DeBonis, NASA Glenn Research Center, Reynolds Number Plane Mixing compressor Rotor 37 Boundary-Layer Interaction stream preserving WENO scheme
Cleveland, OH Layer D. Papadogiannis, X. Garnaud, Safran D. Gonzalez, Naval Surface Warfare Center, S. G, K. Sinha Mahapatra, Indian Institute
S. Hug, W. McMullan, University of Group, Chateaufort, France Indian Head, MD; M. Adler, D. Gaitonde, of Technology Kharagpur, Kharagpur, India
Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


159-CFD-12/APA-22 Numerical Simulations of FSI Tower Court B
Chaired by: C. BREHM, University of Kentucky and A. GAITONDE
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3615 AIAA-2017-3616 AIAA-2017-3617 AIAA-2017-3618 AIAA-2017-3619 AIAA-2017-3620
Open-Loop FLow Control on a Aeroelastic Gust Response of an Influence of the Helicopter Aeroelastic Stability of Cylindrical Direct particle-fluid simulation Simulation of Fluid-Structure
Torsionally Flexible NACA0018 Wing Aircraft Using a Prescribed Velocity Configuration on its Electrostatic Shells in Supersonic Flow with of flushing in die-sink electrical- Interaction Using Domain-Free
K. Turner, C. Fagley, J. Seidel, T. Method in Viscous Flows Charging Boundary Layer discharge machining Discretization (DFD) and a Predictor-
McLaughlin, U.S. Air Force Academy, S. Huntley, D. Jones, A. Gaitonde, H. Grosshans, Catholic University of M. Alder, German Aerospace Center (DLR), G. Brito Gadeschi, L. Schneiders, M. Corrector Coupling Approach
Colorado Springs, CO University of Bristol, Bristol, United Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; R. Szsasz, Brunswick, Germany Meinke, W. Schroeder, RWTH Aachen Y. Zhang, C. Zhou, Nanjing University of
Kingdom Lund University, Lund, Sweden; M. University, Aachen, Germany Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing,
Papalexandris, Catholic University of China; H. Luo, Vanderbilt University,
Leuven, Leuven, Belgium Nashville, TN
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
160-CFD-13 Boundary and Interface Treatments Tower Court A

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Chaired by: R. MITTAL, Johns Hopkins University and G. MENGALDO
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3621 AIAA-2017-3622 AIAA-2017-3623 AIAA-2017-3624 AIAA-2017-3625
Immersed Boundary Lattice Green A Highly Scalable Sharp-Interface An Immersed Boundary Method for Very High-Order Stable Sharp Navier-Stokes Characteristic
Function methods for External Immersed Boundary Method for preliminary design aerodynamic Immersed Interface Method: Boundary Conditions Using Ghost
Aerodynamics Large-Scale Parallel Computers studies of complex configurations Application to Direct Numerical Cells
G. Mengaldo, S. Liska, K. Yu, T. Colonius, C. Zhu, J. Seo, V. Vedula, R. Mittal, Johns S. Peron, T. Renaud, I. Mary, C. Benoit, M. Simulations of Incompressible Flows E. Motheau, A. Almgren, J. Bell, Lawrence
California Institute of Technology, Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD Terracol, ONERA, Chtillon, France S. Hosseinverdi, H. Fasel, University of Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA
Pasadena, CA; T. Jardin, Higher Institute of Arizona, Tucson, Tucson, AZ
Aeronautics and Space, Toulouse, France
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
161-CFD-14 Data-Driven Approaches for Modeling and Parameter Estimation Tower Court D
Chaired by: K. DURAISAMY, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3626 AIAA-2017-3627 AIAA-2017-3628 AIAA-2017-3629 AIAA-2017-3630
Data-driven augmentation of Data-driven Adaptive Physics Data-Driven Predictive Modeling Parameter Estimation for a Covariance Correction to the
turbulence models for adverse Modeling for Turbulence Simulations of Fluid Flow from Dynamic Mode Turbulent Buoyant Jet with Rotating Ensemble Kalman Filter in a Data-
pressure gradient flows J. Ling, Sandia National Laboratories, Decomposition Cylinder Using Approximate Assimilated CFD Algorithm for the
A. Singh, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Livermore, CA; A. Kurzawski, University of C. Lu, B. Jayaraman, Oklahoma State Bayesian Computation Convection-Diffusion-Reaction
Ann Arbor, MI; R. Matai, Iowa State University, Texas, Austin, Austin, TX University, Stillwater, OK J. Christopher, C. Lapointe, N. Wimer, T. Equation
Ames, IA; A. Mishra, K. Duraisamy, University Hayden, I. Grooms, G. Rieker, University of Y. Wang, X. Gao, Colorado State University,
of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI; P. Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO; et al. Fort Collins, CO
Durbin, Iowa State University, Ames, IA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
162-CFD-41 CFD Flow Visualization Showcase Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
1400 - 1600 hrs
The CFD Flow Visualization Showcase will be held in the foyer area outside the Exposition Hall. The presenters of the CFD visualizations will describe their work and the significance of their animation as it plays on a large screen monitor. Multiple visualizations will be shown
during each of the four 30-minute time slots during the event. At the conclusion of the event, awards will be presented for Most Artistic Flow Visualization Animation, Most Quantitatively Descriptive Flow Visualization Animation, and Most Comprehensive Flow Visualization
Animation. The visualizations of the three winners will be displayed on a monitor in the Exposition Hall for the remainder of the exposition.
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
163-F360-4 Supersonic Transport Grand Ballroom I
1400 - 1600 hrs
Moderator: Peter Coen, Project Manager, Commercial Supersonic Technology, NASA Langley Research Center
Panelists:

Michael Buonanno Robert Cowart Vik Kachoria Blake Scholl Gurdip Singh Ubhi
Deputy Chief Engineer, QueSST, X-plane Director President and CEO Founder and CEO Business Development Executive
Lockheed Martin Corporation Supersonic Technology Development Spike Aerospace, Inc. Boom Supersonic Rolls-Royce Corporation
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


164-FD-18 High Speed Laminar-Turbulent Transition I Terrace
Chaired by: K. CASPER, Sandia National Laboratories
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3631 AIAA-2017-3632 AIAA-2017-3633 AIAA-2017-3634 AIAA-2017-3635 AIAA-2017-3636 AIAA-2017-3637
Direct Numerical Simulation of Acoustic Measurements in the Boeing/AFOSR Analysis of Receptivity to Kinetic Stabilization of hypersonic A Mechanism for Spectral An Efficient Pulse Tracking Strategy Application of SST k- Transition
Noise Generation from the Nozzle Wall Mach-6 Quiet Tunnel on Hypersonic Fluctuations in the Reentry-F Flight boundary layers by linear and Broadening and Implications for for Hypersonic Transition Prediction Model to Flow Past Smooth and
of a Hypersonic Wind Tunnel Boundary-Layer Transition Experiment nonlinear optimal perturbations Saturation Amplitude Estimates O. Browne, A. Haas, H. Fasel, University Rough Airfoils

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J. Huang, L. Duan, Missouri University of B. Chynoweth, J. Edelman, K. Gray, G. L. Edwards, A. Tumin, University of Arizona, P. Paredes, M. Choudhari, F. Li, NASA A. Batista, J. Kuehl, Baylor University, of Arizona, Tucson, Tucson, AZ; C. Brehm, Y. Hou, T. Wray, R. Agarwal, Washington
Science and Technology, Rolla, MO McKiernan, S. Schneider, Purdue University, West Tucson, Tucson, AZ Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA Waco, TX University of Kentucky, Lexington, University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
Lafayette, IN Lexington, KY

Tuesday, 6 June 2017


165-FD-19 Experimental Studies or Numerical Simulations II Beverly
Chaired by: A. SESCU, Mississippi State University
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-3638 AIAA-2017-3639 AIAA-2017-3640 AIAA-2017-3641
Compressible Turbulent Flow in a Comparison of PIV and CFD Large eddy simulation of flow over DNS of a Spatially Developing
Convergent-Divergent Nozzle :An Measurements of an Advanced a wall-mounted cube placed in a Turbulent Mixing Layer from Co-
LES Study Supersonic Research Concept Model turbulent boundary layer flowing Laminar Boundary Layers
S. Mahapatra, T. Anskar, S. Ghosh, A. Jones, K. Mejia, C. Ulk, The Boeing S. Shinde, E. Johnsen, K. Maki, University J. Colmenares, S. Poroseva, University of New
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Company, Seattle, WA; Y. Murahashi, of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI Mexico, Albuquerque, Albuquerque, NM; Y. Peet,
Kharagpur, India T. Nagata, A. Ochi, Kawasaki Heavy Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ; S. Murman,
Industries, Ltd., Kakamigahara, Japan NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
166-FD-20 Low-Re Flows and Bio-Inspired Flows Capitol
Chaired by: C. LI, The Ohio State University and C. KANG, University of Alabama in Huntsville
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3642 AIAA-2017-3643 AIAA-2017-3644 AIAA-2017-3645 AIAA-2017-3646 AIAA-2017-3647
Three-Dimensional Vortex Effects of Surface Morphing on the Quasi-periodic Vortical Signature Effects of aspect ratio and angle Free-stream turbulence effects Flow Periodicity Analysis Past
Development in a Laminar Wake Structure and Performance of of an Elastically Mounted Flapping of attack on tip vortex structures on transition within a laminar a Flapping Airfoil Using Proper
Separation Bubble formed over Flapping Plates Airfoil and aerodynamic performance for separation bubble Orthogonal Decomposition
an Airfoil J. Wang, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, C. Bose, S. Gupta, S. Sarkar, Indian rotating flat plates M. Istvan, S. Yarusevych, University of C. Bose, S. Sarkar, Indian Institute of
J. Kurelek, B. Tuna, S. Yarusevych, Charlottesville, VA; C. Li, Ohio State University, Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, C. Li, H. Dong, University of Virginia, Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada Technology Madras, Chennai, India
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada Columbus, OH; Y. Ren, H. Dong, University of India Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA; B. Cheng,
Virginia, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
167-FT-3 Flight Testing Directors Row J
Chaired by: K. GARMAN, Federal Aviation Administration and D. OWENS, NASA-Langley Research Center and R. ROEDTS, Columbia Helicopters, Inc
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3648 AIAA-2017-3649 AIAA-2017-3650 AIAA-2017-3651 AIAA-2017-3652 AIAA-2017-3653 AIAA-2017-3654
Exploitation of an OPA platform Developing a Flight Test Strategy Manned vs. Unmanned Braking Capabilities on Flooded The aircraft spin - a mathematical C-17A Globemaster III Drag Simultaneous Pressure and Optical
for in-flight validation of RPAS for Adaptive Flight Control Laws Considerations for Future X-Planes Runways: Flight Test Results approach and comparison to flight Reduction Flight Demonstrations Measurements Around a Hemispherical
technologies L. Berra, C. Campbell, T. Wilson, U.S. Air J. Lechniak, NASA Armstrong Flight Obtained with a Business Jet test T. Lorang, J. Carr, The Boeing Company, in Subsonic and Transonic Flight
A. Rispoli, U. Mercurio, L. Vecchione, P. Force Test Pilot School, Edwards AFB, CA Research Center, Edwards, CA; J. Melton, G. Van Es, National Aerospace Laboratory C. Bennett, N. Lawson, J. Gautrey, A. Huntington Beach, CA J. Morrida, N. De Lucca, S. Gordeyev, E.
De matteis, F. Fusco, Italian Aerospace NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett (NLR), Amsterdam, The Netherlands Cooke, Cranfield University, Cranfield, Jumper, University of Notre Dame, Notre
Research Center (CIRA), Capua, Italy Field, CA United Kingdom Dame, IN
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
168-MDO-7 Shape and Topology Optimization Directors Row I
Chaired by: B. STANFORD, NASA Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3655 AIAA-2017-3656 AIAA-2017-3657 AIAA-2017-3658 AIAA-2017-3659
Aeroelastic Wingbox Stringer Topology Optimization of a Bi- Topology optimization for transient Reduction of Airframe Noise Dynamic Rotor Blade Displacement
Topology Optimization Stable Airfoil Using Nonlinear response of structures subjected to Components Using a Discrete Adjoint Tracking with Fiber-Optical Sensors
B. Stanford, NASA Langley Research Elasticity dynamic loads Approach for a Health and Usage Monitoring
Center, Hampton, VA A. Bhattacharyya, C. Conlan-Smith, K. R. Behrou, J. Guest, Johns Hopkins B. Zhou, T. Albring, N. Gauger, Technical System
James, University of Illinois, Urbana- University, Baltimore, MD University of Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern, S. Suesse, Technical University of Munich,
Champaign, Urbana, IL Germany; C. Ilario, T. Economon, J. Alonso, Munich, Germany
Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
169-MDO-8 Emerging Methods, Algorithms and Software Development II Directors Row H
Chaired by: D. ALLAIRE, Texas A&M University and S. SHAHPAR, Rolls-Royce PLC

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1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3660 AIAA-2017-3661 AIAA-2017-3662 AIAA-2017-3663 AIAA-2017-3664 AIAA-2017-3665
A Convolutional Neural Network Surrogate Modeling to Enable Multidisciplinary Design Including Composing MDAO symphonies: Assessment of the Recursive Towards Augmented Design-Space
Approach to Training Predictors for Higher Fidelity Optimization Geometry-Enabled Wind Tunnel graph-based generation Projection Method for the Exploration via Combined Geometry
Airfoil Performance J. Vegh, E. Botero, T. MacDonald, J. Fidelity Level Analysis and manipulation of large Stabilization of Discrete Adjoint and Physics Based Karhunen-Love
E. Yilmaz, B. German, Georgia Institute of Alonso, Stanford University, Stanford, CA; A. Donovan, PC Krause and Associates, multidisciplinary systems Solvers Expansion
Technology, Atlanta, GA C. Ilario da Silva, T. Orra, Embraer, So West Lafayette, IN; D. Allison, Air Force I. van Gent, G. La Rocca, L. Veldhuis, T. Albring, T. Dick, N. Gauger, Technical A. Serani, E. Campana, M. Diez, Italian
Jos dos Campos, Brazil Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Delft University of Technology, Delft, The University of Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern, Institute for Naval Hydrodynamic Research
AFB, OH Netherlands Germany and Ship Model Basin, Rome, Italy; F. Stern,
University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa City, IA
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
170-MST-4 Human Factors, Perception, and Cueing Plaza Court 6
Chaired by: S. ADVANI, International Development of Technology B.V. and P. ZAAL, NASA Ames Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3666 AIAA-2017-3667 AIAA-2017-3668 AIAA-2017-3669 AIAA-2017-3670 AIAA-2017-3671 AIAA-2017-3672
Dual Extended Kalman Filter for Quantifying the Effects of Added The Influence of Discrimination Objective Inceptor Cueing Test for UAV Operator mental workload - A Effects of Peripheral Visual Cues Virtual Reality For Missile Combat
the Identification of Time-Varying Dynamics with Human Operator Strategy on the JND in Human Control Loading Systems: Principle neurophysiological comparison of in Simulator-Based Training of Simulation
Human Manual Control Behavior Control Behavior Measurements Haptic Perception of Manipulator and Initial Design mental workload and vigilance Multimodal Control Skills X. Shi, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
A. Popovici, P. Zaal, San Jose State and Simulations Stiffness W. Fu, M. van Paassen, O. Stroosma, M. D. Richards, Coventry University, Coventry, M. Mendes, D. Pool, M. van Paassen,
University, Moffett Field, CA; D. Pool, T. Lu, D. Pool, M. van Paassen, M. Mulder, W. Fu, M. van Paassen, M. Mulder, Mulder, Delft University of Technology, United Kingdom; K. Izzetoglu, Drexel Delft University of Technology, Delft, The
Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Delft, The Netherlands University, Philadelphia, PA; G. Shelton-Rayner, Netherlands
Netherlands Netherlands Netherlands Coventry University, Coventry, United Kingdom
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
171-PDL-4 Plasma/Laser Assisted Ignition and Combustion Denver
Chaired by: J. ZIMMERMAN, CU Aerospace
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-3673 AIAA-2017-3674 AIAA-2017-3675 AIAA-2017-3676
A New Approach to Ignition: The Experimental Study of Ignition, Simulating Microwave Plasma- Effect of Dielectric Barrier Discharge Collisional deactivation of
Synergistic Effects of Nanosecond- Reignition and Flameholding by Assisted Combustion in a Swirled Body Forces on Hydrogen Flames N2(C3 u) and N2+(B2 +u) by
Pulsed High-Frequency Discharges Q-DC Electrical Discharge in a Model Flow Reactor L. Massa, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and hydrocarbon molecules in afterglow
T. Ombrello, J. Lefkowitz, Air Force Scramjet J. Zimmerman, A. Palla, D. King, D. Carroll, CU State University, Blacksburg, VA; J. Retter, of the picosecond discharge
Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson S. Leonov, A. Houpt, B. Hedlund, University Aerospace, LLC, Champaign, IL; R. Rajasegar, G. Elliott, J. Freund, University of Illinois, A. Starikovskiy, Princeton University,
AFB, OH of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN C. Mitsingas, University of Illinois, Urbana- Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL Princeton, NJ
Champaign, Urbana, IL; et al.
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
172-TFM-6 Vortex Dynamics Spruce
Chaired by: Z. RUSAK, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
1400 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-3677 AIAA-2017-3678 AIAA-2017-3679 AIAA-2017-3680 AIAA-2017-3681
Review of Theoretical Studies of the Vortex Breakdown phenomenon Swirling flow states in a finite- The critical state of compressible Compressibility Effect on Topology Leading edge vortex separation Analysis of high-speed rotating flow
(Invited) length straight circular pipe swirling flows of Vortex Ring Formed by Vortex study by different vortex and flow in polar (r ) coordinate
S. Wang, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand; Z. Rusak, Rensselaer Y. Zhang, Z. Rusak, Rensselaer Polytechnic H. Lee, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Breakdown in Closed Cylinder at separation identification methods S. Pradhan, Indian Institute of Science,
Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY Institute, Troy, NY; S. Wang, University of Arbor, MI; Z. Rusak, Rensselaer Polytechnic Low-Mach-Numbers Y. Huang, M. Green, Syracuse University, Bengalaru, India
Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand Institute, Troy, NY; S. Wang, University of K. Yamada, K. Suzuki, University of Tokyo, Syracuse, NY
Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand Bunkyo, Japan
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
173-TP-4 Ablation II Plaza Court 3
Chaired by: A. MARTIN, University of Kentucky and D. KUNTZ, Sandia National Laboratories

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1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3682 AIAA-2017-3683 AIAA-2017-3684 AIAA-2017-3685 AIAA-2017-3686 AIAA-2017-3687
Reduced Reaction Mechanism for Fully Coupled Ablation Modeling of Development of a unified model for Decoupled Method for Modeling Gasification of Carbon Detailed DSMC Surface Chemistry
Rocket Nozzle Ablation Simulations Non-Charring Hypersonic Leading flow-material interaction applied to Reconstruction of Surface Conditions Fiber Preform in Oxygen Rich Modeling of the Oxidation of Light-
P. Cross, Naval Air Warfare Center, China Edges with Moving Meshes porous charring ablators From Internal Temperatures On Environments Weight Carbon Preform Ablators
Lake, CA; I. Boyd, University of Michigan, S. Chen, I. Boyd, University of Michigan, J. Coheur, University of Lige, Lige, Ablative Materials With Uncertain A. Omidy, A. Martin, H. Weng, J. Grana, A. Borner, NASA Ames Research Center,
Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI Belgium; A. Turchi, P. Schrooyen, T. Magin, Recession Model University of Kentucky, Lexington, Moffett Field, CA; K. Swaminathan
von Krmn Institute for Fluid Dynamics, B. Oliver, NASA Johnson Space Center, Lexington, KY Gopalan, K. Stephani, University of Illinois,
Rhode-Saint-Gense, Belgium Houston, TX Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL; V. Murray,
S. Poovathingal, T. Minton, Montana State
University, Bozeman, MT; et al.
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
174-NW-8 Networking Coffee Break Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
1600 - 1630 hrs
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
175-LECT-5 Aeroacoustics Lecture Grand Ballroom I
1730 - 1830 hrs
The Long Road to Quiet Supersonic Propulsion
Dimitri Papamoschou
Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, The Henry Samueli School of Engineering, University of California, Irvine
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
176-LECT-6 Aerodynamic Measurement Technology Award Lecture Directors Row E
1730 - 1830 hrs
Direct Measurement of Skin Friction in Complex Flows
Joseph Schetz
Fred D. Durham Endowed Chair, Crofton Department of Aerospace & Ocean Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
177-LECT-7 Plasmadynamics and Lasers Award Lecture Majestic Ballroom
1730 - 1830 hrs
Comparative Analysis of the Heat and Dynamics Effects in Magneto-Plasma Aerodynamics
Valentin A Bityurin
Head of Division for Plasmadynamics and MHD Energy Conversion (retired), Joint Institute for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Sciences
Tuesday, 6 June 2017
178-NW-9 Reception in the Exposition Hall Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
1830 - 2000 hrs
A ticket for the luncheon is required and included in the registration fee where where indicated. Additional tickets for guests may be purchased upon registration, or on site as space is available.
Wednesday
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
179-NW-10 Networking Coffee Break Plaza Foyer
0730 - 0800 hrs
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
180-SB-3 Speakers Briefing Session Rooms
0730 - 0800 hrs

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Wednesday, 7 June 2017
181-PLNRY-3 Plenary Plaza Ballroom
0800 - 0900 hrs
Beyond the Robots: Toward Situated Autonomy
David Mindell
Founder and CEO, Humatics Corporation
Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
182-NW-11 Networking Coffee Break Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
0900 - 0930 hrs
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
183-AA-30 Acoustic/Fluid Dynamic Interactions IV: Wall Bounded Flows with/without Acoustic Treatment Plaza Court 7
Chaired by: K. KNOBLOCH, DLR-German Aerospace Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3688 AIAA-2017-3689 AIAA-2017-3690 AIAA-2017-3691
Comparison and Assessment Acoustic Generation by Pressure- Semi-Empirical Prediction of Noise CFD Analysis of an Installation Used
of Recent Empirical Models for Velocity Interactions in a Three- from Non-Zero Pressure Gradient to Measure the Skin-Friction Penalty
Turbulent Boundary Layer Wall Dimensional, Turbulent Wall Jet Turbulent Boundary Layers of Acoustic Treatments
Pressure Spectrum A. Nickels, L. Ukeiley, University of Florida, S. Miller, University of Florida, Gainesville, P. Spalart, The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA;
S. Lee, A. Villaescusa, University of Gainesville, Gainesville, FL; R. Reger, Gainesville, FL A. Garbaruk, New Technologies and Services,
California, Davis, Davis, CA L. Cattafesta, Florida State University, St. Petersburg, Russia; B. Howerton, NASA
Tallahassee, FL Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
184-AA-31 Airframe/High-Lift Noise VI: Flap Related Noise Plaza Court 4
Chaired by: J. DELFS, DLR - German Aerospace Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3692 AIAA-2017-3693 AIAA-2017-3694
A Study on Landing Gear Wake Numerical computation of airfoil- On the Importance of Spatial
Flap Interaction Noise gust lift response with applications Resolution for Flap Side Edge Noise
M. Pott-Pollenske, D. Almoneit, German to leading-edge noise generation Prediction
Aerospace Center (DLR), Braunschweig, R. Miotto, W. Wolf, University of Campinas, R. Mineck, Analytical Mechanics Associates,
Germany; G. Saueressig, Lufthansa German Campinas, Brazil; J. Will, L. de Santana, Inc., Hampton, VA; M. Khorrami, NASA
Airlines, Frankfurt, Germany University of Twente, Enschede, The Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
Netherlands
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
185-AA-32 CAA VI Plaza Court 8
Chaired by: P. JOSEPH, ISVR/University of Southampton and C. BAILLY, Ecole Centrale de Lyon
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3695 AIAA-2017-3696 AIAA-2017-3697 AIAA-2017-3698 AIAA-2017-3699 AIAA-2017-3700
Surface Impedance Determination Aeroacoustic source term filtering Pass-by noise signature of Control of ultrasonic thermoacoustic A Geometric Block Interface Numerical Modeling of Wire Screens
via Numerical Resolution of the based on Helmholtz decomposition aerodynamic sound sources in urban instability via axial modulation of Treatment for High-order, High- for Flow and Noise Control
Inverse Helmholtz Problem S. Schoder, M. Kaltenbacher, Technical environment: A numerical approach stack porosity accuracy Codes P. Okolo, K. Zhao, J. Kennedy, G. Bennett,
D. Patel, P. Gupta, C. Scalo, Purdue University of Vienna, Wien, Austria N. Pignier, C. OReilly, S. Boij, Royal J. Lin, Stanford University, Stanford, CA; C. N. Mansouri, D. Hixon, S. Yazdani, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
University, West Lafayette, IN Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Scalo, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN; L. University of Toledo, Toledo, OH
Sweden Hesselink, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
186-AA-33 Duct Acoustics IV Governors Square 10
Chaired by: J. ALONSO-MIRALLES, UTC Aerospace Systems

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AIAA-2017-3701 AIAA-2017-3702 AIAA-2017-3703 AIAA-2017-3704
Interaction of a vortex with a The modified Myers boundary Application of different simulation Eigen Analysis in General
contraction in a 2-dimensional condition for swirling flow. strategies to a butterfly valve for Curvilinear Coordinates for
channel: incompressible flow J. Mathews, University of Cambridge, both Passive and Active acoustics Prediction of Noise Propagation in
prediction of sound pulse Cambridge, United Kingdom; V. Masson, S. behavior Aeroengine Inlets
L. Hirschberg, Airbus, Les Mureaux, France; Moreau, University of Sherbrooke, Qubec, J. Christophe, C. Schram, von Krmn A. Wilson, University of Southampton,
T. Schuller, cole Centrale Paris, Chtenay- Canada; H. Posson, Airbus, Toulouse, Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Rhode-Saint- Southampton, United Kingdom
Malabry, France; C. Schram, von Krmn France Gense, Belgium; P. Martinez-Lera, M.
Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Rhode-Saint- Tournour, K. Kucukcoskun, Siemens,
Gense, Belgium; J. Collinet, M. Yiao, Airbus, Leuven, Belgium; W. De Roeck, Catholic
Les Mureaux, France; A. Hirschberg, University University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium;
of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands et al.
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
187-AA-34 Jet Noise VI: Statistics Governors Square 12
Chaired by: R. EWERT, DLR - German Aerospace Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3705 AIAA-2017-3706 AIAA-2017-3707 AIAA-2017-3708
A Survey of the Turbulence Statistics A statistical jet-noise model based Sound of transverse momentum Exploring the link between nozzle
of a Model-Scale Installed Jet at on the resolvent framework fluxes in circular subsonic jets dynamics and wavepackets in a
Low and Moderate Mach Numbers A. Towne, Stanford University, Stanford, V. Rosa, A. Proenca, R. Self, Institute of Sound Mach 0.9 turbulent jet
A. Proenca, J. Lawrence, R. Self, University CA; G. Brs, Cascade Technologies, Inc., and Vibration Research, Southampton, United O. Kaplan, P. Jordan, University of Poitiers,
of Southampton, Southampton, United Palo Alto, CA; S. Lele, Stanford University, Kingdom; C. Ilario, Embraer, So Jos dos Poitiers, France; A. Cavalieri, Technological
Kingdom Stanford, CA Campos, Brazil; Z. Wang, I. Naqavi, University Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), So Jos dos
of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom Campos, Brazil
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
188-AA-35/ATIO.TFPC-5 Small Propeller-Rotor Noise I Plaza Court 5
Chaired by: S. RIZZI, NASA Langley Research Center and D. NARK, NASA Langley Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-3709 AIAA-2017-3710 AIAA-2017-3711 AIAA-2017-3712 AIAA-2017-3713
Propeller Noise Prediction A Small Propeller and Rotor Testing An Aeroacoustic Study of Propellers Experimentally Testing Commercial Ground Based Acoustic Signal High-Lift Propeller Noise Prediction
Review and Discussion of New Capabilities of the NASA Langley for Small Electric Propulsion Aircraft and Custom Designed Quadcopter Acquisition Using an Unmanned for a Distributed Electric Propulsion
Challenges (Invited) Low Speed Aeroacoustic Wind C. Britcher, D. Landman, B. Duvall, V. Propeller Static Performance and Aerial Vehicle Acoustic Sensing Flight Demonstrator
K. Brentner, Pennsylvania State University, Tunnel Dodda, C. Lowe, M. Patel, Old Dominion Noise Generation Payload D. Nark, W. Jones, P. Buning, J. Derlaga,
University Park, PA N. Zawodny, H. Haskin, NASA Langley University, Norfolk, VA C. Wisniewski, A. Byerley, U.S. Air Force D. Alvord, A. Medda, Georgia Institute of NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton,
Research Center, Hampton, VA Academy, Colorado Springs, CO; K. Van Technology, Atlanta, GA VA
Treuren, A. Hays, Baylor University, Waco, TX
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
189-AA-36 Turbomachinery Noise IV: Broadband Noise Governors Square 11
Chaired by: A. ALI, Pratt & Whitney
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3714 AIAA-2017-3715 AIAA-2017-3716 AIAA-2017-3717
CAA Prediction of Rotor-Stator Radial mode analysis of fan On the Application of Trailing-edge Inclusion of vane geometry in gust-
Interaction Using Synthetic Turbulence: broadband noise Serrations for Noise Control from cascade interaction prediction via a
Application to a Low-Noise Serrated OGV U. Tapken, B. Pardowitz, M. Behn, German Tandem Airfoil Configurations BVI method
G. Reboul, A. Cader, C. Polacsek, T. Le Aerospace Center (DLR), Berlin, Germany X. Liu, M. Azarpeyvand, University of D. Villafranco, S. Grace, Boston University,
Garrec, R. Barrier, N. Ben Nasr, ONERA, Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom Boston, MA
Chtillon, France
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
190-AA-55 Array Methods Panel Capitol
Chaired by: C. BAHR, NASA-Langley Research Center

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0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3718 AIAA-2017-3719 Open Discussion
A Comparison of Microphone A Microphone Array Method
Phased Array Methods Applied to Benchmarking Exercise using
the Study of Airframe Noise in Wind Synthesized Input Data
Tunnel Testing E. Sarradj, G. Herold, Technical University of
C. Bahr, W. Humphreys, NASA Langley Berlin, Berlin, Germany; P. Sijtsma, Pieter
Research Center, Hampton, VA; D. Ernst, Sijtsma Advanced AeroAcoustics, Wezep,
T. Ahlefeldt, C. Spehr, German Aerospace The Netherlands; R. Merino Martinez,
Center (DLR), Gttingen, Germany; A. Delft University of Technology, Delft, The
Pereira, University of Lyon, Lyon, France; Netherlands; T. Geyer, Technical University of
et al. Brandenburg, Cottbus, Germany; C. Bahr, NASA
Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; et al.

Wednesday, 7 June 2017


191-ADS-7 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Precision Aerial Delivery II Majestic Ballroom
Chaired by: K. BERGERON, US Army NSRDEC and S. DUNKER, Airborne Systems
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3720 AIAA-2017-3721 AIAA-2017-3722 AIAA-2017-3723
Advanced Multibody Flight Dynamic Using an Array of In-Canopy Hyperadaptive Control of Precision Guided-Airdrop Vision-Based
Modeling of Guided Airdrop Systems Sensors for Guided Airdrop System Guided Airdrop Systems Subject to Navigation
M. Costello, S. Burdette, Georgia Institute of State Estimation Large Deviations in Nominal Flight C. Dever, Self, Cambridge, MA; L. Hamilton,
Technology, Atlanta, GA; A. Mycroft, Earthly S. Burdette, M. Costello, Georgia Behavior R. Truax, L. Wholey, Draper Laboratory,
Dynamics Corporation, Atlanta, GA; K. Bergeron, Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA; M. Cacan, M. Costello, Georgia Institute of Cambridge, MA; K. Bergeron, U.S. Army
G. Noetscher, Army Research, Development and E. Scheuermann, Earthly Dynamics Technology, Atlanta, GA Natick Soldier Research, Development and
Engineering Command, Natick, MA Corporation, Atlanta, GA Engineering Center, Natick, MA
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
192-ADS-8 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Space Systems I Vail
Chaired by: O. YAKIMENKO, Naval Postgraduate School and L. SHOOK, Sierra Nevada Corporation
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3724 AIAA-2017-3725 AIAA-2017-3726 AIAA-2017-3727
Supersonic Parachute Testing Using Permeability of Two Parachute Static Wind Tunnel Testing of a A C1-discontinuous-Galerkin
a MAXUS Sounding Rocket Piggy- Fabrics - Measurements, Modeling, Legged Venus Lander Spectral-element Shell Structural
Back Payload and Application C. OFarrell, G. Merrifield, J. Rabinovitch, Solver
J. Lingard, A. Saunders, J. Underwood, S. J. Cruz, NASA Langley Research Center, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California N. Burgess, L. Diosady, Science and
Rogers, Vorticity, Ltd., Chalgrove, United Hampton, VA; C. OFarrell, Jet Propulsion Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA Technology Corporation, Moffett Field, CA;
Kingdom; J. Merrifield, Fluid Gravity Engineering, Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, S. Murman, NASA Ames Research Center,
Ltd., Emsworth, United Kingdom; L. Ferracina, Pasadena, CA; E. Hennings, P. Runnells, Naval Moffett Field, CA
ATG Europe, Noordwijk, The Netherlands Air Warfare Center, China Lake, CA
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
193-AFM-3 Unmanned Aerial Systems I Governors Square 17
Chaired by: B. JOLLY, USAF
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3728 AIAA-2017-3729 AIAA-2017-3730 AIAA-2017-3731
Validation of Canopy and Payload Datalink delay induced UAV payload Robust Nonlinear Tracking Control Optimal Control of a Zero-Gravity
Relative Motion Estimation for releasement error compensation for Unmanned Aircraft with Flight for an Unmanned Aerial
Parafoil Aerial Vehicle using based on Forward Estimated Synthetic Jet Actuators Vehicle
Computer Vision Kalman Filter(FEKF) P. Kazarin, W. MacKunis, C. Moreno, M. Sadraey, Southern New Hampshire
Y. Kumar, A. Sharma, S. ., S. Shalvi, H. Piao, Shenyang Aircraft Design and V. Golubev, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Nashua, NH
P. Srivastava, O. Prakash, University of Research Institute, Shenyang, China; K. Zhang, University, Daytona Beach, FL
Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xian,
India; et al. China; S. Zhang, H. Wang, Shenyang Aircraft
Design and Research Institute, Shenyang, China

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Wednesday, 7 June 2017
194-AMT-6 Surface Pressure Measurements Directors Row E
Chaired by: H. SAKAUE, University of Notre Dame
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3732 AIAA-2017-3733 AIAA-2017-3734 AIAA-2017-3735 AIAA-2017-3736
The Investigation of Shock Wave Quantification of Uncertainty in the Experimental study of Shockwave Lifetime-Based PSP and TSP Study on delta wing skin friction
Boundary Layer Interactions Correction of Remotely Measured Formation Patterns Over an Airfoil on Measurements on Rotating Blades measurement based on liquid
Using Fast Pressure Sensitive Paint Unsteady Pressure Signals on Laminar Flow and Its Relationship with with High Rotation Rate crystal coatings in hypersonic wind
and Surface Stress Sensitive Film Pitching Airfoils Boundary Layer Transition L. Jiao, D. Peng, Y. Liu, Shanghai Jiao Tong tunnel
Measurement Techniques M. Hind, P. Nikoueeyan, Resono Pressure H. Fanini Leite, Technological Institute of University, Shanghai, China X. Chen, S. Wen, J. Pan, D. Yao, China
M. Woike, D. Davis, M. Clem, NASA Glenn Systems, Laramie, WY; J. Naughton, Aeronautics (ITA), So Jos dos Campos, Aerospace Science and Technology
Research Center, Cleveland, OH; J. Crafton, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Laramie, Brazil; A. Avelar, J. Pessoa Falco Filho, Corporation (CASC), Beijing, China
Innovative Scientific Solutions, Inc., WY Aeronautics and Space Institute (IAE), So
Dayton, OH Jos dos Campos, Brazil

Wednesday, 7 June 2017


195-APA-23 Innovative Aerodynamic Concepts Gold
Chaired by: R. DOWGWILLO, Boeing and R. RAMAMURTI, Naval Research Laboratory
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3737 AIAA-2017-3738 AIAA-2017-3739 AIAA-2017-3740 AIAA-2017-3741
Parametric aerodynamic study Preliminary investigation on stall Development of A Fixed-Wing On the Aerodynamic Design of the Aerodynamic Simulation of High-
of Blended-Wing-Body platforms characteristics of a Regional BWB mini UAV with Transitioning Flight Hyperloop Concept Speed Capsule in the Hyperloop
at low subsonic speeds for UAV for low speed approach Capability M. Opgenoord, P. Caplan, Massachusetts System
applications O. Velazquez, J. Weiss, F. Morency, M. Bronz, French Civil Aviation University, Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA Y. Yang, H. Wang, Hunan University,
P. Panagiotou, K. Yakinthos, Aristotle University of Qubec, Montral, Canada Toulouse, France; E. Smeur, Delft University Changsha, China; M. Benedict, D.
University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands; H. Coleman, Texas A&M University, College
Greece Garcia de Marina, G. Hattenberger, French Station, TX
Civil Aviation University, Toulouse, France
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
196-APA-24 Propeller Aerodynamics II Colorado
Chaired by: N. RAJMOHAN , Aerion Corporation and D. OBRIEN, US Army RDECOM
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3742 AIAA-2017-3743 AIAA-2017-3744 AIAA-2017-3745 AIAA-2017-3746 AIAA-2017-3747
Flow Studies around a Small Static Testing of Propulsion Elements An Experimental Investigation on A Rolling Rig for Propeller Experimental Study of a Ducted An Experimental Study on the
Propeller in Converting Maneuver for Small Multirotor Unmanned Rotor-to-Rotor Interactions of Small Performance Testing Contra-rotating Lift Fan for V/STOL Aerodynamic and Aeroacoustic
S. Shkarayev, University of Arizona, Tucson, Aerial Vehicles UAV Propellers O. Dantsker, M. Selig, University of UAV Application Performances of a Bio-Inspired UAV
Tucson, AZ; V. Kurnosov, National Academy R. Deters, S. Kleinke, Embry-Riddle W. Zhou, Z. Ning, H. Li, H. Hu, Iowa State Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL; R. S. Deng, S. Yue, H. Wang, Northwestern Propeller
of Sciences, Kharkiv, Ukraine; D. Gomez, Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, University, Ames, IA Mancuso, Al Volo, LLC, Urbana, IL Polytechnical University, Xian, China Z. Ning, H. Hu, Iowa State University,
T. Jardin, J. Moschetta, Higher Institute of FL; M. Selig, University of Illinois, Urbana- Ames, IA
Aeronautics and Space, Toulouse, France Champaign, Urbana, IL
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
197-APA-25 Low Speed, Low Reynolds Number Aerodynamics Century
Chaired by: K. MULLENERS, EPFL and J. FREEMAN, Air Force Institute of Technology
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3748 AIAA-2017-3749 AIAA-2017-3750
SD7003 airfoil in large-scale free Airfoil Flow-Separation and Stall The Investigation on Aerodynamic
stream turbulence Detection Using Surface-Mounted Performance of the X-Wing Tail-
S. Herbst, C. Khler, R. Hain, University Pitot Tubes Sitter VTOL MAV
of the German Federal Armed Forces, M. Aleman, A. Saini, A. Gopalarathnam, W. Tang, B. Song, Y. Cao, W. Yang,
Neubiberg, Germany North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC Northwestern Polytechnical University, XIAN,
China; M. Wang, University of Southampton,
Southampton, United Kingdom
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
198-APA-26 Special Session: Aerodynamic Design Optimization I Silver

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Chaired by: S. NADARAJAH
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3751 AIAA-2017-3752 AIAA-2017-3753 AIAA-2017-3754 AIAA-2017-3755
Aerodynamic Design of the RAE 2822 Investigation of Multimodality in Multimodality in Aerodynamic Wing An Adjoint-based Aerodynamic Shape Adjoint-Based Aerodynamic
in Transonic Viscous Flow: Single- and Aerodynamic Shape Optimization Design Optimization Optimization Strategy for Trimmed Optimization of Benchmark CRM
Multi-point Optimization Studies Based on the Reynolds Averaged N. Bons, X. He, C. Mader, J. Martins, Aircraft with Active Engines Wing
A. Amrit, X. Du, A. Thelen, L. Leifsson, Navier-Stokes Equations University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann A. Merle, A. Stueck, A. Rempke, German D. Shi-Dong, C. Chen, S. Nadarajah, McGill
Iowa State University, Ames, IA; S. Koziel, G. Streuber, D. Zingg, University of Toronto, Arbor, MI Aerospace Center (DLR), Braunschweig, University, Montral, Canada
Reykjavik University, Reykjavik, Iceland Toronto, Canada Germany

Wednesday, 7 June 2017


199-ASE-5 Deicing and Icing CFD Columbine
Chaired by: P. STRUK, NASA Glenn Research Center and C. DOOLITTLE, UTAS
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3756 AIAA-2017-3757 AIAA-2017-3758 AIAA-2017-3759 AIAA-2017-3760 AIAA-2017-3761
CFD analysis of a coupled Bleed Air Numerical Analysis of Anti-Icing Eulerian Method for Ice Crystal Modification of the Extended Ice accretion on a NACA 23012 Numerical Study of an Iced Airfoil
and Electrothermal icing protection Property of NSDBD Plasma Actuator Icing with Application to Particle Messinger Model for Mixed Phase airfoil Using Window-Embedded RANS/LES
system on Airfoil Trajectories and Accretion on a Icing and Industrial Applications E. Oztekin, Diakon Solutions, LLC, Hybrid Method
F. Petrosino, Italian Aerospace Research Center Y. Jia, W. Sang, Y. Cai, Northwestern Three-element Airfoil with TAICE Cape May, NJ; J. Riley, Federal Aviation M. Xiao, Y. Zhang, H. Chen, Tsinghua
(CIRA), Capua, Italy; P. Mormile, M. Musto, Polytechnical University, Xian, China E. Norde, E. van der Weide, H. E. Ayan, Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc., Administration, Atlantic City, NJ University, Beijing, China
N. Bianco, University of Naples Federico II, Hoeijmakers, University of Twente, Ankara, Turkey; S. Ozgen, Middle East
Naples, Italy; G. Mingione, Italian Aerospace Enschede, The Netherlands Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
Research Center (CIRA), Capua, Italy; G.
Rotondo, University of Naples Federico II,
Naples, Italy
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
200-ATIO.ACD-5 Aircraft Performance, Stability and Control Governors Square 16
Chaired by: W. ANEMAAT, DARcorporation and R. PEREZ, Royal Mil College of Canada
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3762 AIAA-2017-3763 AIAA-2017-3764 AIAA-2017-3765 AIAA-2017-3766 AIAA-2017-3767
Use of a Certification Constraints Handling Qualities Optimization in Minimum Control Speed Estimation A Bank Angle Protection Method Mission and Aircraft Design of FLEXOP Simulation-Driven Approach for
Module for Aircraft Design Activities Aircraft Conceptual Design for Conceptual Design Based on Potential Functions for Unmanned Flying Demonstrator to Predicting Flight Loads During
P. Schmollgruber, N. Bartoli, J. Bedouet, D. Cosenza, R. Vos, Delft University of E. Hadder, T. Takahashi, Arizona State Nonlinear Aircraft Model Test Flutter Suppression within Visual Complex Dynamic Maneuvers
S. Defoort, ONERA, Toulouse, France; Y. Technology, Delft, The Netherlands University, Tempe, AZ D. Sun, N. Hovakimyan, University of Line of Sight R. Duca, S. Shah, G. Goron, D. Sarojini, I.
Gourinat, E. Benard, Higher Institute of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL P. Stahl, F. Sendner, A. Hermanutz, C. Chakraborty, S. Briceno, Georgia Institute
Aeronautics and Space, Toulouse, France Rler, M. Hornung, Technical University of of Technology, Atlanta, GA; et al.
Munich, Munich, Germany
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
201-ATIO.ATM-9 Environmental Impact Plaza Court 1
Chaired by: K. MARAIS, Purdue University
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3768 AIAA-2017-3769 AIAA-2017-3770 AIAA-2017-3771
Sensitivity Analysis of Fleet-level Foundations of a Framework to Assessment of arrival traffic Technological and Operational
Carbon Emission, Biofuel, and Evaluate Impacts on Future Noise synchronisation with RTAs and fuel- Scenarios on Aircraft Fleet-Level
Emission Scheme in the U.S. Situations at Airports efficient trajectories towards ATAG and IATA 2050
Commercial Airlines F. Will, C. Engelke, T. Wunderlich, M. A. Pawelek, Warsaw University of Technology, Emission Targets
H. Chao, D. DeLaurentis, Purdue University, Hornung, Technical University of Munich, Warsaw, Poland; R. Dalmau, Technical K. Ploetner, R. Rothfeld, M. Urban, M.
West Lafayette, IN; B. Agusdinata, Arizona Munich, Germany University of Catalonia, Castelldefels, Spain; Hornung, Bauhaus Luftfahrt e.V., Taufkirchen,
State University, Tempe, AZ P. Lichota, Warsaw University of Technology, Germany; G. Tay, Technical University of
Warsaw, Poland; X. Prats, Technical University Munich, Garching, Germany; O. Oguntona,
of Catalonia, Castelldefels, Spain Munich Aerospace e.V., Taufkirchen, Germany

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Wednesday, 7 June 2017
202-ATIO.ATM-10 ATM Analysis Plaza Court 2
Chaired by: Y. JUNG, NASA Ames Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3772 AIAA-2017-3773 AIAA-2017-3774 AIAA-2017-3775
An Analysis Simulation Tool for A Cluster-Based Approach for the Real Time Metrics and Analysis Applying Graph Theory to Problems
Continuous Descent Operations at Assessment of Air Transportation of Operational Airport Surface in Air Traffic Management
Guangzhou-Baiyun International Networks in Selected Global Regions Operations A. Farrahi, Universities Space Research
Airport G. Tay, H. Kalsi, M. Hornung, Technical S. Sharma, NASA Ames Research Center, Association, Mountain View, CA; A. Goldberg,
H. Zhu, J. Zhang, Z. Zheng, J. Liu, Nanjing University of Munich, Munich, Germany Moffett Field, CA Kestrel Institute, Palo Alto, CA; L. Bagasol,
University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Universities Space Research Association,
Nanjing, China Mountain View, CA; J. Jung, NASA Ames
Research Center, Moffett Field, CA
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
203-ATIO.GA-3 Trends in General Aviation Safety Plaza Court 3
Chaired by: K. KNOPP, FAA
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3776 AIAA-2017-3777 AIAA-2017-3778 AIAA-2017-3779 AIAA-2017-3780
Improving Hazard Analysis of Visual Scan Patterns of Expert and Ground Collision Severity Standards Identifying Instantaneous Understanding the Use of In-Flight
Integrated Modular Avionics System Cadet Pilots in VFR Landing for UAS Operating in the National Anomalies in General Aviation Weather Information Products and
based on System-Theoretic Process J. Diaz, C. Bil, A. Dyer, RMIT University, Airspace System (NAS) Operations Services
Analysis Melbourne, Australia D. Arterburn, C. Duling, N. Goli, University T. Puranik, D. Mavris, Georgia Institute of A. Rao, S. Pruchnicki, S. Young, Ohio State
H. Rong, Q. Gu, China National of Alabama, Huntsville, Huntsville, AL Technology, Atlanta, GA University, Columbus, OH
Aeronautical Radio Electronics Research
Institute, Shanghai, China; Z. Chen, D. Xu,
Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China,
Ltd. (COMAC), Shanghai, China
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
204-ATIO.TFPC-6/FT-4 NASA X-57 Technologies and Design Governors Square 15
Chaired by: M. PATTERSON, NASA Langley Research Center and S. GINN, NASA AFRC
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3781 AIAA-2017-3782 AIAA-2017-3783 AIAA-2017-3784 Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-3785
A Method for Designing Conforming Approach Considerations in Aircraft Steady State Thermal Analyses of Transient Thermal Analyses of X-57 Power and Command System Whirl Flutter Stability and Its Influence
Folding Propellers with High-Lift Propeller Systems SCEPTOR X-57 Wingtip Propulsion Passive Systems on SCEPTOR X-57 Design on the Design of the Distributed Electric
B. Litherland, M. Patterson, J. Derlaga, M. Patterson, N. Borer, NASA Langley S. Schnulo, J. Chin, A. Smith, NASA Glenn J. Chin, S. Schnulo, A. Smith, NASA Glenn S. Clarke, M. Redifer, K. Papathakis, A. Propeller Aircraft X-57
N. Borer, NASA Langley Research Center, Research Center, Hampton, VA Research Center, Cleveland, OH; A. Paul- Research Center, Cleveland, OH Samuel, NASA Armstrong Flight Research C. Hoover, J. Shen, University of Alabama,
Hampton, VA Dubois-Taine, Joby Aviation, Santa Cruz, CA Center, Edwards, CA; T. Foster, Empirical Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa, AL; A. Kreshock,
Systems Aerospace, Inc., San Luis Obispo, Army Research Laboratory, Hampton, VA;
CA B. Stanford, D. Piatak, J. Heeg, NASA
Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
205-BAL-5 Balloon Flight Considerations Savoy
Chaired by: D. FAIRBROTHER, NASA / Goddard Space Flight Center / Wallops Flight Facility
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3786 AIAA-2017-3787 AIAA-2017-3788
Service life of stratospheric balloon Stratospheric C4ISR Unmanned Measuring Radiation in the
gondola recovery parachutes. - Station (STRATACUS) Stratosphere: A High Altitude
Part I R. Athar, T. Mathews, J. Lavigne, K. Burns, Balloon Journey
S. Fischer, NASA Wallops Flight Facility, A. Fry, Northrop Grumman Corporation, San R. Tobin, A. Burr, S. Gilman, W.
Wallops Island, VA Diego, CA; R. Alliss, Northrop Grumman Hainsworth, A. Howell, K. Martin, Embry-
Corporation, McLean, VA; et al. Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott, AZ
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
206-CASE-3 Adaptive Verification and Validation (V&V) Governors Square 14

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0930 - 1230 hrs
Chair: Laura McGill, Vice President, Engineering, Raytheon Missile Systems
Panelists:

Villy Angelico Maj. Gen. Matthew Malloy Derrick Hinton James Eiele Academic Scholar: Wilson Felder
Lead for Cost Effective V&V Commander Acting Director Lead for Verification, Validation & Accreditation Distinguished Service Professor
The Boeing Company Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center Test Resource Management Center (TRMC) Department of Navy Stevens Institute of Technology
Department of Defense

Wednesday, 7 June 2017


207-CFD-15 Special Session: Capabilities and Challenges In CFD I: Academia, Government, and Industry Perspectives Windows
Chaired by: H. HUYNH, NASA Glenn Research Center and E. JOHNSEN, University of Michigan
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-3789 AIAA-2017-3790 AIAA-2017-3791
High-Fidelity Aerospace Simulations CFD Vision 2030 and its Northrop Grumman Perspectives Capabilities and Challenges in CFD: Mesh Generation Challenges: A Future Directions in Computational
in the Exascale Era Implementation on the Capabilities and Challenges A Perspective from the DoD HPCMP Commercial Software Perspective Fluid Dynamics
D. Mavriplis, University of Wyoming, M. Rogers, NASA Ames Research Center, in CFD CREATETM-AV Kestrel Development S. Karman, N. Wyman, J. Steinbrenner, F. Witherden, A. Jameson, Stanford
Laramie, Laramie, WY Moffett Field, CA; M. Malik, NASA Langley S. Agrawal, Northrop Grumman Team Pointwise, Inc., Fort Worth, TX University, Stanford, CA
Research Center, Hampton, VA Corporation, El Segundo, CA D. McDaniel, S. Morton, CREATE Kestrel
Team, Eglin AFB, FL
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
208-CFD-16/FD-21/APA-27 Numerical Simulations of Turbulent and Unsteady Flows Tower Court C
Chaired by: C. RUMSEY, NASA-Langley Research Center and V. BHAGWANDIN, US Army Research Laboratory
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3792 AIAA-2017-3793 AIAA-2017-3794 AIAA-2017-3795 AIAA-2017-3796
Design of an Axisymmetric Unsteady Simulation of Fuel Injector Reynolds Number Impact of distortions due to The simulation of separated flows in
Afterbody Test Case for CFD Incompressible Flows on Effects on Performance and separation in S-duct inlet on aeronautics using high-order scheme
Validation Unstructured Grids Using the Emissions of a Trapped Vortex compressor stage behavior and WCNS with SSG/LRR- model
K. Disotell, C. Rumsey, NASA Langley Implicit IRK-SIMPLER Algorithm Combustor performances S. Wang, Y. Dong, X. Deng, National
Research Center, Hampton, VA M. Fischels, R. Rajagopalan, Iowa State K. Zbeeb, Western Illinois University, J. Marty, R. Barrier, E. Garnier, ONERA, University of Defense Technology,
University, Ames, IA Moline, IL Meudon, France Changsha, China; G. Wang, J. Wang, Sun
Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
209-CFD-17 Numerical Approaches for Analyzing Multiscale Flows Tower Court D
Chaired by: Q. WANG, MIT and T. HAGA, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3797 AIAA-2017-3798 AIAA-2017-3799 AIAA-2017-3800 AIAA-2017-3801
Lyapunov spectrum of scale- Sparsity-Promoting Dynamic An Analysis of the Ensemble Adjoint Sensitivity Analysis of Force Models Development and Application of
resolving turbulent simulations. Mode Decomposition Analysis Approach to Sensitivity Analysis in for a Four-Way Coupled Eulerian- Temporal Adaptation Methods to
Application to chaotic adjoints on Aeroacoustics of a Clustered Chaotic Systems Lagrangian Dispersed Multiphase Computationally Intensive CFD
P. Fernandez, Q. Wang, Massachusetts Supersonic Jet N. Chandramoorthy, Q. Wang, Flow Simulations
Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA H. Koizumi, S. Tsutsumi, T. Haga, Japan Massachusetts Institute of Technology, S. Nili, C. Park, R. Haftka, S. Balachandar, A. Grubb, M. Smith, Georgia Institute of
Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Cambridge, MA N. Kim, University of Florida, Gainesville, Technology, Atlanta, GA
Sagamihara, Japan Gainesville, FL
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
210-CFD-18 Meshing and Visualization Tower Court B

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Chaired by: A. LOFTHOUSE, US Air Force Academy and R. DAVIS, University of California Davis
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-3802 AIAA-2017-3803 AIAA-2017-3804 AIAA-2017-3805 AIAA-2017-3806 AIAA-2017-3807
Elliptic Smoothing Extended for A framework for multi-block High-Fidelity Aerodynamic Analysis Experimental Investigation on the A Subzone-Based In Situ Technique Three Dimensional Flow
General Elements and Boundary structured grid smoothing for of Aircraft in Various Configurations Effects of Wall Funtions at Different for I/O Efficient Analysis and Visualization in Virtual Reality
Surfaces 2D/3D aircraft configurations with MEGG3D Configurations of a Multi Element Exploratory Visualization R. Dhillon, M. Green, Syracuse University,
J. Masters, D. McDaniel, W. Cothran, K. Hasanzadeh Lashkajani, E. Laurendeau, Y. Ito, M. Murayama, K. Yamamoto, Japan Wing S. Imlay, C. Mackey, Tecplot, Inc., Syracuse, NY
Arnold Engineering Development Complex, cole Polytechnique de Montral, Montral, Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), T. Unni, Delhi Technological University, New Bellevue, WA
Arnold AFB, TN Canada Mitaka, Japan; K. Tanaka, Ryoyu Systems Delhi, India
Company, Ltd., Minato, Japan
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
211-F360-5 Human-Machine Interaction Grand Ballroom I
0930 - 1130 hrs
Moderator: Dale Richards, Senior Research Fellow, Human Factors, Coventry University
Panelists:

Danette Allen Andrew Lacher David Mindell


Senior Technologist for Intelligent Flight Systems Senior Principal Founder and CEO, Humatics Corporation
NASA Langley Research Center Unmanned and Autonomous Research Strategist Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The MITRE Corporation
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
212-FD-22 Experimental Studies or Numerical Simulations III Tower Court A
Chaired by: P. HAMLINGTON and A. JONES, Boeing
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-3808 AIAA-2017-3809 AIAA-2017-3810
Investigation of Turbulence Properties Computation of compressible Experiments on Reattaching Shear
in Wall-Bounded Flows with Pressure turbulent jet flows using modified Layers and its Linear Stabilty
Gradients and Separation LRR - omega model. Properties
L. Schiavo, University of Campinas, X. Xu, X. Li, J. Gao, Beihang University, P. Ormonde, A. Cavalieri, R. Annes da Silva,
Campinas, Brazil; J. Azevedo, Aeronautics Beijing, China Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA),
and Space Institute (IAE), So Jos dos So Jos dos Campos, Brazil
Campos, Brazil; W. Wolf, University of
Campinas, Campinas, Brazil
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
213-FD-23 Multiphysics and Cross-Disciplinary Fluid Dynamics II Beverly
Chaired by: Y. LIAN, University of Louisville and M. SAHIN
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3811 AIAA-2017-3812 AIAA-2017-3813 AIAA-2017-3814 AIAA-2017-3815
Train of Frozen Boxcars Model for Investigation of Impact of Multiple An Experimental Study on Small A Monolithic Fluid Structure Flow Boiling Heat Transfer and
Fluidic Harvesters Drops on Thin Liquid Film UAV Propellers with Serrated Interaction Algorithm Applied to Pressure Drop Characteristics
A. Danesh-Yazdi, Pennsylvania State University, Y. Guo, Y. Lian, University of Louisville, Trailing Edges Red Blood Cells in a Capillary in Silicon Nanowire Manifold
Erie, PA; O. Goushcha, Manhattan College, Louisville, KY Z. Ning, R. Wlezien, H. Hu, Iowa State A. Cetin, M. Sahin, Istanbul Technical Microchannels
Riverdale, NY; N. Elvin, Y. Andreopoulos, City University, Ames, IA University, Istanbul, Turkey S. Wang, H. Chen, C. Chen, University of
College of New York, New York, NY Missouri, Columbia, Columbia, MO
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
214-FD-24 Special Session: Research Frontiers in Bio-Inspired Propulsion I Terrace

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Chaired by: M. WEI, Kansas State University and X. ZHENG
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-3816 Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-3817 AIAA-2017-3818
Lagrangian coherent structures in Unresolved Issues of Plunging Aeromechanics of Hovering Flight Exploring Natures Flying On the passive pitching mechanism On the sound production and
the three-dimensional bio-inspired Airfoils and Wings in Perturbed Flows: Insights from Mechanism in a Dual Space in turning flapping flights using a radiation of bio-inspired propulsors
wake I. Gursul, University of Bath, Bath, United Computational Models and Animal M. Wei, Kansas State University, torsional spring model B. Geng, X. Zheng, Q. Xue, University
M. Green, Syracuse University, Syracuse, Kingdom Experiments Manhattan, KS Q. Zhong, G. Liu, Y. Ren, H. Dong, of Maine, Orono, Orono, ME; J. Wang,
NY C. Zhang, R. Mittal, Johns Hopkins University, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, G. Liu, Y. Ren, University of Virginia,
Baltimore, MD; T. Hedrick, University of North Charlottesville, VA Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA; et al.
Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
215-GT-3/TP-5 Collaborative Efforts in Ground-Based Experiments and Modeling (Invited) Directors Row J
Chaired by: K. STEPHANI, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and T. WADHAMS, CUBRC
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation
A Collaborative Modeling- Novel Methods for the Prediction Ablative material: on the Molecular Beam Surface Scattering Successes and Challenges in ground Experimental Studies to Evaluate
Experimental Study of Chemical of Hypersonic Boundary Layer importance of modeling the Experiments and Ablation Modeling testing and simulation of radiation the Modeling of Real Gas Effects
Kinetics for Pyrolyzing Ablators Transition: Theory and Experiments experiments T. Schwartzentruber, University of and shock tubes and Turbulence in Hypervelocity
I. Boyd, S. Chen, University of Michigan, G. Candler, J. Nichols, University of A. Martin, University of Kentucky, Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN; B. Cruden, NASA Ames Research Center, Flows
Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI; N. Martin, D. Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN Lexington, Lexington, KY S. Poovathingal, V. Murray, T. Minton, Mountain View, CA M. Holden, T. Wadhams, M. MacLean, A.
Fletcher, University of Vermont, Burlington, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT Dufrene, CUBRC, Buffalo, NY
Burlington, VT
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
216-MDO-6 Emerging Methods, Algorithms and Software Development I Directors Row I
Chaired by: J. HICKEN, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3819 AIAA-2017-3820 AIAA-2017-3821 AIAA-2017-3822 AIAA-2017-3823
A Comparison of Naive Bayes Sensor placement strategy to Reconfigurable model execution in A Cross-Language Remote Combining semantic web technologies
Classifiers with Applications to Self- inform decisions the OpenMDAO framework Procedure Call Framework and KBE to solve industrial MDO
Aware Aerospace Vehicles L. Mainini, K. Willcox, Massachusetts J. Hwang, NASA Glenn Research Center, R. Snyder, Air Force Research Laboratory, problems
B. Burrows, D. Allaire, Texas A&M Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA Cleveland, OH Wright-Patterson AFB, OH A. Raju Kulkarni, M. Hoogreef, G. La Rocca,
University, College Station, TX Delft University of Technology, Delft, The
Netherlands
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
217-MDO-10 Non-Deterministic Design Methods and Applications Directors Row H
Chaired by: K. WILLCOX, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3824 AIAA-2017-3825 AIAA-2017-3826 AIAA-2017-3827
Investigation of Aerothermoelastic Bayesian Network Approach to Reliable Multidisciplinary Design Comparison of metaheuristics
Model Sensitivity under Transitional Multidisciplinary, Multi-Objective of a Supersonic Nozzle Using algorithms on robust design
Fluid Loading in High Speed Flow Design Optimization under Multifidelity Surrogates optimization of a plain-fin-tube heat
Z. Riley, Universal Technology Corporation, Uncertainty R. Fenrich, J. Alonso, Stanford University, exchanger
Dayton, OH; B. Smarslok, Air Force S. Nannapaneni, Vanderbilt University, Stanford, CA P. Tsirikoglou, S. Abraham, F. Contino, Vrije
Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Nashville, TN; C. Liang, Ford Motor Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium; .
AFB, OH Company, Dearborn, MI; S. Mahadevan, Baci, J. Vierendeels, Ghent University,
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN Gent, Belgium; G. Ghorbaniasl, Vrije
Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium
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218-MST-5 Modeling and Simulation Issues for Aerodynamics and Propulsion Plaza Court 6
Chaired by: A. ELMILIGUI, NASA Langley Research Center and D. KEATING, The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc.
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3828 AIAA-2017-3829 AIAA-2017-3830 AIAA-2017-3831
Modeling Flow Separation for Real- Modeling and simulation of high- Validation of a System Theory Integrated model and matching
Time Flight Simulation Using Vortex speed aircraft direction rectification Model for Aircraft Engine Simulation control of turbo shaft triple engines
Methods using co-simulation method K. Dwinger, J. Friedrichs, Technical with helicopter rotor
K. Loftfield, R. Luckner, Technical University Q. Yin, H. Nie, X. Wei, J. Li, Nanjing University of Braunschweig, Braunschweig, R. Shi, J. Zhou , Q. Zhang , X. Pi, Q. Wen,
of Berlin, Berlin, Germany University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Germany China Aviation Powerplant Research Institute,
Nanjing, China Zhuzhou, China; S. Fan, Northwestern
Polytechnical University, Xian, China
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
219-PDL-5 Diagnostics and Experimental Techniques I: Aero-Optics Denver
Chaired by: M. RENNIE, University of Notre Dame
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-3832 AIAA-2017-3833 AIAA-2017-3834 AIAA-2017-3835 AIAA-2017-3836
Effects of Acoustic Waves on Optical Three-Dimensional Measurement of A Spectral Description of Aero- Studies of Density Fields in Non- Effect of Modeling Hypersonic Flow
Wavefronts in Flight on AAOL-T Fluid Density Distribution Optical Phase Distortions and the Adiabatic Boundary Layers Using Physics on Electro-Optical Sensor
N. De Lucca, S. Gordeyev, E. Jumper, J. Wells, M. Rennie, University of Notre Effects of Turbulent Flow Scales Wavefront Sensors Assessment
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN; Dame, Notre Dame, IN; J. Riley, D. E. Mathews, K. Wang, M. Wang, E. J. Sontag, S. Gordeyev, University of Notre L. Mackey, I. Boyd, University of Michigan, Ann
D. Wittich, Air Force Research Laboratory, Goorskey, MZA Associates Corporation, Jumper, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI; T. Leger, Ohio Aerospace
Kirtland AFB, NM Dayton, OH Dame, IN Institute, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH; R. Gosse,
K. Vogiatzis, Air Force Research Laboratory,
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
220-RLA-3 Rising Leaders in Aerospace Panel Session - Your Next Move: How to Build a Strong Foundation for Long-Term Career Success Grand Ballroom II
0930 - 1100 hrs
Moderator: Ben Marchionna, Skyspecs
Panelists:

Erin Fischer Greg Krauland Charlie Hoffert


Engineer Technical Program Manager (XB-1 Program) Structures Design Engineer
Flight Control Systems (XB-1 supersonic demonstrator) Boom Technology Boom Technology
Boom Technology

Wednesday, 7 June 2017


221-TFM-7/APA-28 Multi-Phase Flows Spruce
Chaired by: J. HARTWIG, NASA Glenn Research Center and R. KREEGER, NASA Glenn Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-3837 AIAA-2017-3838 AIAA-2017-3839 AIAA-2017-3840
Wall Lubrication Force Models for Computational modeling and Computational modeling and The generalized Onsager model for
Bubbly Two-Phase Flow Simulation experimental investigation of gas experimental investigation of gas a binary gas mixture with swirling
X. Yang, O. Peroomian, Metacomp bubble (drop) behavior using surface bubble (drop) behavior under feed
Technologies, Inc., Agoura Hills, CA tension and cohesive angle change decreased gravity and microgravity S. Pradhan, Indian Institute of Science,
under decreased gravity conditions Bengalaru, India
M. Shoikhedbrod, Electromagnetic Impulse, M. Shoikhedbrod, Electromagnetic Impulse,
Inc., North York, Canada Inc., North York, Canada

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Wednesday, 7 June 2017
222-D4U-2 DEMAND for UNMANNED
0800 - 1830 hrs
Demand for Unmanned Host: I. J. Hudson, former Technology Reporter, NBC4 Washington (WRC-TV)

08000900 hrs
Plaza Ballroom

Beyond the Robots: Toward Situated Autonomy


Speaker: David Mindell, Founder and CEO, Humatics Corporation, and Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

09301130 hrs
Grand Ballroom I

Human-Machine Interaction

Moderator: Dale Richards, Senior Research Fellow, Human Factors, Coventry University
Panelists:
Danette Allen Andrew Lacher David Mindell
NASA Senior Technologist for Intelligent Flight Systems Senior Principal Founder and CEO, Humatics Corporation
NASA Langley Research Center Unmanned and Autonomous Research Strategist Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The MITRE Corporation

14001530 hrs
Grand Ballroom II

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Solutions to UAS Air Traffic Management (UTM) Challenges
Participants include the DEMAND for Unmanned Host IJ Hudson; John Cavolowsky, the NASA Airspace Operations and Systems Program Director; and participants from the NASA UTM team live via webcast from NASA Ames Research Center.

16001730 hrs
Tower Court A

UAS Airship Carrier Concepts: CONOPS for Long-Duration Airborne UAS Operations

Panelists:
Michael ONeal Oleg Yakimenko Paul Adams
Director of Modeling and Simulation Director Airship Pilot
U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command Autonomous Systems Engineering and Integration Laboratory at the Systems Engineering Department TP-Aerospace Inc.
Naval Postgraduate School

17301830 hrs
South Convention Lobby
DEMAND for UNMANNED & Transformational Electric Flight Workshop Reception

For program updates, visit www.aviation.aiaa.org/DEMANDforUNMANNED


Wednesday, 7 June 2017
223-LNCH-2 Award LuncheonCelebrating Achievements in Aircraft and Atmospheric Systems Plaza Ballroom
1230 - 1400 hrs
A ticket for the luncheon is required and included in the registration fee where where indicated. Additional tickets for guests may be purchased upon registration, or on site as space is available. The following awards will be presented: Chanute Flight Test Award, Hap Arnold Award
For Excellence in Aeronautical Program Management, Otto C. Winzen Lifetime Achievement Award, Theodor W. Knacke Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems Award, Sustained Service Award
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
224-AA-37 Advanced Testing Techniques I Plaza Court 7
Chaired by: C. SPEHR, DLR - German Aerospace Center and C. BAHR, NASA-Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3841 AIAA-2017-3842 AIAA-2017-3843 AIAA-2017-3844 AIAA-2017-3845
High-Resolution CLEAN-SC: Theory Microphone localization with self Compressive sensing based mode Measurements of the noise emitted Ground Effects For Aircraft Noise
and Experimental Validation calibrating acoustic GPS detection method for duct spinning by the V2500 engines in flight and in Certification
P. Sijtsma, Pieter Sijtsma Advanced D. Ernst, T. Ahlefeldt, S. Haxter, C. mode static measurements on the ground M. Albert, P. Bousquet, D. Lizarazu, Airbus,
AeroAcoustics, Wezep, The Netherlands; Spehr, German Aerospace Center (DLR), W. Yu, Z. Ma, Peking University, Beijing, H. Siller, A. Bassetti, W. Hage, German Toulouse, France
R. Merino Martinez, A. Malgoezar, M. Gttingen, Germany China; X. Huang, Hong Kong University Aerospace Center (DLR), Berlin, Germany;
Snellen, Delft University of Technology, of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, S. Funke, Rolls-Royce Group plc, Dahlewitz,
Delft, The Netherlands Hong Kong Germany
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
225-AA-38 CAA VII Plaza Court 8
Chaired by: F. HU, Old Dominon University and D. MINCU, ONERA
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3846 AIAA-2017-3847 AIAA-2017-3848 AIAA-2017-3849 AIAA-2017-3850
Trailing-edge noise prediction using Numerical study on Multiple Pure Investigation into the sources of Efficient prediction of aeroacoustic POD Reduced-Order Model for
synthetic turbulence and acoustic Tones in a thin annular duct with trailing edge noise using the Acoustic scattering in the frequency domain Aeroacoustic Applications
perturbation equations in a hybrid impact of inflow distortion Perturbation Equations, LES, and L. Siozos-Rousoulis, G. Masure, Z. R. Arina, Technical University of Turin,
methodology M. Staggat, S. Guerin, A. Moreau, A. RANS-based FRPM technique Huang, T. De Troyer, G. Ghorbaniasl, Vrije Turin, Italy
A. Kadar, P. Martinez-Lera, Siemens, Leuven, Holewa, German Aerospace Center (DLR), S. Proskurov, A. Markesteijn, Queen Mary Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium
Belgium; C. Schram, von Krmn Institute Berlin, Germany University of London, London, United
for Fluid Dynamics, Chaussee de Waterloo, Kingdom; V. Semiletov, University of
Belgium; W. De Roeck, W. Desmet, Catholic Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom;
University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; M. S. Karabasov, Queen Mary University of
Tournour, Siemens, Leuven, Belgium London, London, United Kingdom

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Wednesday, 7 June 2017
226-AA-39 Jet Noise VII: CFD Subsonic Governors Square 12
Chaired by: S. KARABASOV, Queen Mary University of London and C. BOGEY, Ecole Centrale de Lyon
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3851 AIAA-2017-3852 AIAA-2017-3853 AIAA-2017-3854 AIAA-2017-3855 AIAA-2017-3856 AIAA-2017-3857
Reynolds number dependence GPU CABARET Solutions for the Numerical analysis of chevron LES-RANS of installed ultra- LES-RANS of installed ultra- Jet Noise Simulations Using Quasi- Noise Reduction for an Unheated
on the flow and acoustic fields of NASA SHJAR Jet Noise Experiment: nozzle noise high bypass-ratio coaxial jet high bypass-ratio coaxial jet 1D Schemes on Unstructured Mach 0.9 Jet by Fluidic Injection
temporal round jets at Mach 0.9 Flow and Noise Modeling V. Pauz, A. Niemoeller, M. Meinke, W. aeroacoustics with a finite span aeroacoustics with a finite span Meshes P. Rajput, New York University, New York,
C. Bogey, cole Centrale de Lyon, Ecully, A. Markesteijn, S. Karabasov, Queen Mary Schroeder, RWTH Aachen University, wing-flap geometry and flight wing-flap geometry and flight A. Duben, T. Kozubskaya, Russian Academy NY; S. Kumar, New York University, Abu
France University of London, London, United Aachen, Germany stream - Part 1: round nozzle stream Part 2: chevron nozzle of Sciences, Moscow, Russia Dhabi, United Arab Emirates; I. Kalkhoran,
Kingdom J. Tyacke, Z. Wang, P. Tucker, University of Z. Wang, J. Tyacke, P. Tucker, University of New York University, New York, NY
Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
227-AA-40 Jet Noise VIII: Experiments Governors Square 10
Chaired by: K. ZAMAN, NASA Glenn Research Center and D. MCLAUGHLIN
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3858 AIAA-2017-3859 AIAA-2017-3860 AIAA-2017-3861 AIAA-2017-3862 AIAA-2017-3863 AIAA-2017-3864
Jet Noise Source Location by Reduction of Jet Noise by the Tones encountered with a coannular Reynolds Number and the Jet Noise Aeroacoustic Analysis of a Mach Azimuthal variation of Near Field Measurement and analysis of
Acoustic Beamforming and Nozzle-Exit Boundary Layer nozzle and a method for their Scaling Relationships 0.9 Round Jet using Synchronized Pressure Fluctuations due to phased array data on haystacked
Nearfield Sound Contours A A. Karon, K. Ahuja, Georgia Institute of suppression A. Karon, K. Ahuja, Georgia Institute of Microphone Array and Shake-The- Chevron in Compressible Jet tones from a source located in a
Comparison Technology, Atlanta, GA K. Zaman, J. Bridges, A. Fagan, C. Miller, Technology, Atlanta, GA Box 3D Lagrangian Particle Tracking S. Nikam, K.J. Somaiya College of free jet
N. Breen, K. Ahuja, Georgia Institute of NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Measurements Engineering, Mumbai, India; S. Sharma, B. Tester, University of Southampton,
Technology, Atlanta, GA OH N. Depuru Mohan, University of Cambridge, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Southampton, United Kingdom; P. Sijtsma,
Cambridge, United Kingdom; P. Manovski, Mumbai, India Pieter Sijtsma Advanced AeroAcoustics,
Department of Defence, Melbourne, Australia; Wezep, The Netherlands
R. Geisler, J. Agocs, T. Ahlefeldt, M. Novara,
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Gttingen,
Germany; et al.
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
228-AA-41 Propeller, Rotorcraft and V/STOL Noise II Plaza Court 5
Chaired by: H. BROUWER
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3865 AIAA-2017-3866 AIAA-2017-3867 AIAA-2017-3868 AIAA-2017-3869 AIAA-2017-3870
Applicability of Early Acoustic Effect of Rotation on the 3D Bio-Inspired Finlets for the The Ingestion of Wake Turbulence Influence of Blade Deformations on Development of a Hybrid Method
Theory for Modern Propeller Design Boundary Layer around a Propeller Reduction of Marine Rotor Noise into an Open Rotor Open-Rotor Low-Speed and High- for the Prediction of Advanced Open
M. Kotwicz Herniczek, D. Feszty, Carleton Blade I. Clark, W. Alexander, W. Devenport, N. Molinaro, A. Balantrapu , C. Hickling, Speed Aerodynamics and Aeroacoustics Rotor Tone Noise
University, Ottawa, Canada; S. Meslioui, J. B. Marinus, Royal Military Academy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State W. Alexander, W. Devenport, Virginia F. Falissard, ONERA, Meudon, France; A. C. Ekoule, A. McAlpine, A. Parry, University of
Park, Pratt & Whitney, Longueuil, Canada Brussels, Belgium; H. Akila, National University, Blacksburg, VA Polytechnic Institute and State University, Chelius, ONERA, Chtillon, France; R. Boisard, Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom;
Polytechnic School, Algiers, Algeria; L. Blacksburg, VA; S. Glegg, Florida Atlantic R. Gaveriaux, ONERA, Meudon, France; S. M. Kingan, University of Auckland, Auckland,

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Constantin, S. Cracana, Military Technical University, Boca Raton, FL Canard-Caruana, ONERA, Chtillon, France; G. New Zealand; N. Sohoni, Cambridge University,
Academy, Bucharest, Romania Delattre, ONERA, Meudon, France; et al. Cambridge, United Kingdom
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
229-AA-42 Turbomachinery Noise V Governors Square 11
Chaired by: E. ENVIA, NASA Glenn Research Center and S. GRACE, Boston University
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3871 AIAA-2017-3872 AIAA-2017-3873 AIAA-2017-3874 AIAA-2017-3875 AIAA-2017-3876
Modelling Fan Noise Produced by Evaluating the Acoustic Benefits of Analysis of the Acoustic Field of a Effect of Temperature Variations on Unsteady Simulations of a Fan/ Unsteady Simulations of a Fan/
Downstream Mounting Structural Over-the-Rotor Acoustic Treatments Ducted Axial Fan the Acoustic Properties of Engine Outlet-Guide-Vane System. Part 1: Outlet-Guide-Vane System. Part 2:
Blockage Installed on the Advanced Noise S. Alavi Moghadam, M. Meinke, W. Liners Aerodynamics and Turbulence Tone Noise Computation
A. Kozlov, H. Atassi, University of Notre Control Fan Schroeder, RWTH Aachen University, A. Hazir, D. Casalino, Exa GmbH, Stuttgart, M. Shur, M. Strelets, A. Travin, New T. Suzuki, P. Spalart, The Boeing Company,
Dame, Notre Dame, IN; A. Ali, D. Topol, M. Gazella, Air Force Research Laboratory, Aachen, Germany Germany Technologies and Services, St. Petersburg, Seattle, WA; M. Shur, M. Strelets, A.
Pratt & Whitney, East Hartford, CT Wright-Patterson AFB, OH; T. Takakura, Russia; P. Spalart, T. Suzuki, The Boeing Travin, St. Petersburg State Polytechnic
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN; Company, Seattle, WA University, St. Petersburg, Russia
D. Sutliff, R. Bozak, NASA Glenn Research
Center, Cleveland, OH; B. Tester, University of
Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
230-ADS-9 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Precision Aerial Delivery III Majestic Ballroom
Chaired by: T. FIELDS, University of Missouri-Kansas City and T. JANN, DLR - German Aerospace Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3877 AIAA-2017-3878 AIAA-2017-3879 AIAA-2017-3880 AIAA-2017-3881 AIAA-2017-3882
Euler Elastica Terminal Parafoil Comparison of Parafoil Dynamic Probability of Collision between A New Type of Airflow Sensor for Wind Modeling for Airdrop Energy Harvesting for Parafoil and
Guidance Modes with Varying Payload Guided Parafoil Systems and an Gliding Parachutes Simulation Payload Aircraft Systems
P. Handley, B. Streetman, M. Neave, Draper Connections Open Loop Deconfliction Solution T. Jann, C. Greiner-Perth, German A. Cinnamon, Dayton Analytics, Dayton, M. Dowling, M. Costello, Georgia Institute
Laboratory, Cambridge, MA; K. Bergeron, G. N. Slegers, George Fox University, B. Streetman, S. Lim, M. Neave, Draper Aerospace Center (DLR), Braunschweig, OH; J. Mudrak, KBR Wyle, Dayton, OH; A. of Technology, Atlanta, GA
Noetscher, Army Research, Development and Newberg, OR Laboratory, Cambridge, MA Germany Gilkey, Infoscitex Corporation, Dayton, OH
Engineering Command, Natick, MA
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
231-ADS-10 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Materials and Testing Vail
Chaired by: M. WARD and H. ALTMANN, Airbus Defence and Space GmbH
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3883 AIAA-2017-3884 AIAA-2017-3885 AIAA-2017-3886 AIAA-2017-3887 AIAA-2017-3888
Bleed Air Control: Towards the A 100 ft Cargo Parachute System Feasibility of a Flying Wing-based On the Development of the Physics Based Modeling of Aircraft Wing Tip Vortex Testing
Complete In-Canopy System for Employing Radial Reefing, Inlet Aerial Delivery Vehicle Integrated Simulation Environment Fibrous High Porosity Insulation Methodology, Simulation and
Autonomous Aerial Delivery Parachute, and Modular Canopy T. Kraft, T. Fields, University of Missouri, and Cost-Efficient Micro AGU for Materials Using Compartive Cut-Bar Analysis Techniques
E. Scheuermann, M. Ward, M. Costello, Construction Kansas City, Kansas City, MO; O. Self-Guided Parachutes Experimentation K. Allen, Yuma Proving Ground, Yuma
Earthly Dynamics Corporation, Atlanta, GA; J. Watkins, M. Kandis, Pioneer Aerospace Yakimenko, Naval Postgraduate School, J. Moore, JM Technologies, LLC, Tucson, M. Irvan, J. Maddox, C. Barrow, A. Proving Ground, AZ
K. Bergeron, G. Noetscher, Army Research, Corporation, South Windsor, CT; R. Fox, Monterey, CA AZ; O. Yakimenko, Naval Postgraduate Keen, University of Kentucky, Paducah,
Development and Engineering Command, Fox Parachute Services, LLC, Belleville, WV; School, Monterey, CA Paducah, KY
Natick, MA B. Rooney, Army Research, Development
and Engineering Command, Natick, MA
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232-AFM-4 Unmanned Aerial Systems II Governors Square 17
Chaired by: C. KARLGAARD, Analytical Mechanics Associates Inc
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs
AIAA-2017-3889 AIAA-2017-3890 AIAA-2017-3891
A Biomimemic Energy-Conserving/ UAS for Three Dimensional Wind Control and Flight Testing of a
Harvesting Trajectory Planning for Measurements Miniature Compound Autogyro
a sUAV G. Donnell, J. Feight, J. Jacob, Oklahoma N. Liu, Z. Cai, Y. Ma, Y. Wang, Beihang
S. Gudmundsson, V. Golubev, S. Drakunov, State University, Stillwater, OK University, Beijing, China
C. Reinholtz, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical
University, Daytona Beach, FL
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
233-AFM-5/FT-5 Flight Testing and System Identification Governors Square 15
Chaired by: J. GRAUER, NASA Langley Research Center and K. SHWEYK, Boeing Engineering Operations & Technology
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3892 AIAA-2017-3893 AIAA-2017-3894 AIAA-2017-3895 AIAA-2017-3896
A Tool-kit for Rotorcraft Regime Adaptive State Estimation for Flight Experimental Investigation of Airdata calibration using error Longitudinal Aircraft Parameter
Recognition Codes Validation Path Reconstruction and Aircraft Optimal Gap Distance between state filter Estimation Using Neuro-Fuzzy and
S. Ayyalasomayajula, N. Nigam, P. Chen, System Identification Rotors of a Quadrotor UAV K. Chandrasekaran, S. Jain, Y. Yarlagadda, Genetic Algorithm Based Method
Intelligent Automation, Inc., Rockville, G. Moszczynski, P. Grant, University of D. Kaya, A. Kutay, O. Tekinalp, Middle East National Aerospace Laboratories, A. Ghosh Roy , N. Peyada, Indian Institute
MD; A. Sridharan, I. Chopra, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada Technical University, Ankara, Turkey Bangalore, India; A. Saraf, Aeronautical of Technology Kharagpur, Kharagpur, India
Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD Development Agency, Bangalore, India
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
234-AMT-7 Gas Scalar Measurements, Molecular Tagging Velocimetry, and Thermometry Directors Row E
Chaired by: T. MEYER, Purdue University and T. IOPPOLO, Southern Methodist University
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3897 AIAA-2017-3898 AIAA-2017-3899 AIAA-2017-3900 AIAA-2017-3901 AIAA-2017-3902
Krypton Tagging Velocimetry in the High-Pressure Spontaneous Raman An experimental and theoretical Detection of iron and aluminum High-Spatial-Resolution OH PLIF Spatially Resolved Atomic Hydrogen
Stevens Shock Tube Scattering Based Temperature investigation of femtosecond laser atomic vapors by LIF technique Visualization in a Cavity-Stabilized Concentration Measurements in
M. Mustafa, N. Parziale, Stevens Institute Measurements excitation in N2 + O2 mixtures : application to solid propellant Ethylene-Air Turbulent Flame Sooting Hydrocarbon Flames Using
of Technology, Hoboken, NJ T. Haller, H. Reising, N. Clemens, P. Y. Zhang, M. Shneider, R. Miles, Princeton combustion C. Geipel, R. Rockwell, H. Chelliah, University Femtosecond Two-Photon LIF
Varghese, University of Texas, Austin, University, Princeton, NJ G. Vilmart, N. Dorval, B. Attal-Tretout, A. of Virginia, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, A. Jain, Y. Wang, W. Kulatilaka, Texas A&M
Austin, TX Bresson, ONERA, Palaiseau, France VA; A. Cutler, C. Spelker, Z. Hashem, George University, College Station, TX
Washington University, Washington, D.C.; et al.
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
235-APA-29 Unsteady Aerodynamics Century
Chaired by: K. VANDEN, USAF and M. SCHOENENBERGER, NASA Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3903 AIAA-2017-3904 AIAA-2017-3905 AIAA-2017-3906 AIAA-2017-3907
Study of Three-Dimensional A Practical Application of an Unsteady Efficient Evaluation of Dynamic Reduced Order Modelling of Aircraft Effect of Unsteady Aerodynamics on
Transonic Buffet on Swept Wings Formulation of the Kutta-Joukowski Response Data with a Linearized Gust Response for Use in Early Drivability of Road Vehicles using
F. Plante, cole Polytechnique de Montral, Theorem Frequency Domain Solver at Design Stages LES and Modal Analysis
Montral, Canada; J. Dandois, F. Sartor, J. Cole, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA; Transonic Separated Flow Condition. S. Williams, D. Jones, A. Gaitonde, C. J. Ikeda, Hokkaido University, Sapporo,
ONERA, Meudon, France; E. Laurendeau, M. Maughmer, Pennsylvania State University, M. Widhalm, German Aerospace Center Wales, S. Huntley, University of Bristol, Japan; M. Tsubokura, Kobe University,
cole Polytechnique de Montral, Montral, University Park, PA; G. Bramesfeld, Ryerson (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany; R. Bristol, United Kingdom Kobe, Japan; T. Hasegawa, R. Kobayashi,
Canada University, Toronto, Canada; M. Kinzel, Thormann, University of Liverpool, Subaru Corporation, Ota, Japan
Pennsylvania State University, University Liverpool, United Kingdom
Park, PA

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Wednesday, 7 June 2017
236-APA-30 Flow Control Applications and Demonstrations IV Silver
Chaired by: J. FREEMAN, Air Force Institute of Technology and P. ANSELL, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3908 AIAA-2017-3909 AIAA-2017-3910 AIAA-2017-3911 AIAA-2017-3912 AIAA-2017-3913
Numerical Analysis of Pylon- Numerical Assessment of Virtual Lift Augmentation by Thermal Shock Boundary Layer Interaction Passive Control of Normal- Computational Optimization Under
Blowing Systems for Pusher- Control Surfaces for Compressor Forcing at the Trailing Edge Control in Supersonic Intake using shock-wave/Boundary-layer Uncertainty of an Active Flow
Propeller Applications Blades S. Vashishtha, M. Baig, N. Hasan, Aligarh Cavity with Porous Surface. Interaction Using Porous Medium: Control Jet
A. Jindal, T. Sinnige, S. Hulshoff, L. V. Motta, L. Malzacher, D. Peitsch, Muslim University, Aligarh, India H. G, M. Kaushik, K. Sinhamahapatra, Computational Study L. Welch, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-
Veldhuis, Delft University of Technology, Technical University of Berlin, Berlin, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, S. Roy, K. Subramaniam, S. Ghosh, Indian Patterson AFB, OH; J. Freeman, Air Force
Delft, The Netherlands Germany Kharagpur, India Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, Institute of Technology, Wright-Patterson AFB,
India OH; P. Beran, Air Force Research Laboratory,
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
237-APA-31 Propeller Aerodynamics III Colorado
Chaired by: J. CODER, University of Tennessee and N. RAJMOHAN , Aerion Corporation
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3914 AIAA-2017-3915 AIAA-2017-3916 AIAA-2017-3917 AIAA-2017-3918 AIAA-2017-3919
Effect of Blade Shape Accuracy Comparison Between Coupled CFD/ Propeller simulations using an Acoustic Prediction of High Speed Multiple Fidelity Modeling of The Collaborative Development
on Counter Rotating Open Rotor CSM Hot Shape Prediction and AIPX- overset technique based on Propeller Noise Using URANS and a Interactional Aerodynamics of New CFD Methods Adapted for
Aerodynamic and Acoustics 7 CROR Experimental Data geometric intersections Ffowcs Williams-Hawkings Solver A. Mishra, B. Davoudi, K. Duraisamy, Tilt Rotor Aircraft in the HiPerTilt
R. Boisard, F. Falissard, A. Chelius, Y. Y. Mauffrey, A. Geeraert, S. Verley, ONERA, B. Mohamed, M. Jubera, T. Duhil De J. Hambrey, D. Feszty, Carleton University, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Project
Mauffrey, ONERA, Palaiseau, France Chtillon, France Benaze, G. Pont, P. Brenner, Airbus, Les Ottawa, Canada; S. Meslioui, J. Park, Pratt Arbor, MI F. Dehaeze, Leonardo Helicopters, Yeovil,
Mureaux, France & Whitney, Montral, Canada United Kingdom; C. Allen, University of Bristol,
Bristol, United Kingdom; G. Barakos, University
of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
238-APA-32 Solar and Electric Propulsion Aircraft Applications Gold
Chaired by: J. MILGRAM, NSWC Carderock Div.
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3920 AIAA-2017-3921 AIAA-2017-3922 AIAA-2017-3923 AIAA-2017-3924 AIAA-2017-3925
Low-Cost High-Endurance Solar- Computational Analysis of Powered Design of the Cruise and Flap Airfoil Computational Analysis of a Wing An Investigation into the Potential Comparison of High-Fidelity
Powered Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Lift Augmentation for the LEAPTech for the X-57 Maxwell Distributed Designed for the X-57 Distributed Benefits of Distributed Electric Computational Tools for Wing Design
J. Rosales, A. Gross, New Mexico State Distributed Electric Propulsion Wing Electric Propulsion Aircraft Electric Propulsion Aircraft Propulsion on Small UAVs at Low of a Distributed Electric Propulsion
University, Las Cruces, NM K. Deere, S. Viken, M. Carter, J. Viken, J. Viken, S. Viken, K. Deere, M. Carter, K. Deere, J. Viken, S. Viken, M. Carter, Reynolds Numbers Aircraft
NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, E. Baris, D. Landman, Old Dominion K. Deere, S. Viken, M. Carter, J. Viken, J.
VA; M. Wiese, N. Farr, Craig Technologies, VA VA; M. Wiese, N. Farr, Craig Technologies, University, Norfolk, VA Derlaga, NASA Langley Research Center,
Cape Canaveral, FL Cape Canaveral, FL Hampton, VA; A. Stoll, Joby Aviation, Santa
Cruz, CA
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
239-ASE-6 Experimental Methods for Icing Applications Columbine
Chaired by: A. WORK and G. BOTURA, United Technologies Aerospace Systems
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3926 AIAA-2017-3927 AIAA-2017-3928 AIAA-2017-3929 AIAA-2017-3930 AIAA-2017-3931
Altitude Scaling of Thermal Ice Evaluation of Alternative Altitude Measurements of Ice Adhesion over Evaluation of Low Altitude Icing Icing Certification of Korean Utility Experimental Study of the Dynamics
Protection Systems in Running Wet Scaling Methods for Thermal Ice Ice Mitigation Coatings Pertinent to Conditions for Small Unmanned Helicopter KUH-1: Artificial Icing of Water Film on an Aluminum
Operation Protection System in NASA Icing Aircraft Icing and Anti-/De-Icing Aircraft Flight Test Substrate under Wind Shear
D. Orchard, National Research Council Research Tunnel P. Beeram, R. Waldman, H. Hu, Iowa State A. Avery, J. Jacob, Oklahoma State S. van t Hoff, J. van der Vorst, National M. Leng, S. Chang, Beihang University,
Canada, Ottawa, Canada; H. Addy, NASA S. Lee, Vantage Partners, LLC, Cleveland, University, Ames, IA University, Stillwater, OK Aerospace Laboratory (NLR), Amsterdam, Beijing, China; Y. Lian, University of
Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH; W. OH; H. Addy, A. Broeren, NASA Glenn The Netherlands; R. Flemming, Self, Louisville, Louisville, KY; H. Wu, University
Wright, Vantage Partners, LLC, Cleveland, Research Center, Cleveland, OH; D. Trumbull, CT; D. Parkins, American Kestrel of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, United Kingdom
OH; J. Tsao, Ohio Aerospace Institute, Orchard, National Research Council Canada, Company, Ithaca, NY
Cleveland, OH Ottawa, Canada

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Wednesday, 7 June 2017
240-ATIO.ATM-11 Future ATM Concepts Plaza Court 2
Chaired by: B. HOLGUIN, Federal Aviation Administration
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-3932 AIAA-2017-3933 AIAA-2017-3934 AIAA-2017-3935
Characterization of Metering, Pairwise Trajectory Management A Value Operations Methodology Value Operations Methodology
Merging and Spacing Requirements (PTM): Concept Overview Framework to Strategically Rank Applied to Airport of the Future
for Future Trajectory-Based K. Jones, T. Graff, National Institute of Sustainable Airport Innovations Concepts Assessment
Operations Aerospace, Hampton, VA; R. Chartrand, NASA R. Curran, J. Knoester, E. Bavelaar, Delft R. Curran, A. Canet Sentis, Delft University
S. Johnson, Adaptive Aerospace Group, Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; V. University of Technology, Delft, The of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands
Inc., Hampton, VA Carreno, National Institute of Aerospace, Netherlands
Hampton, VA; J. Kibler, NASA Langley Research
Center, Hampton, VA
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
241-ATIO.ATM-12 UAS Operations I Plaza Court 1
Chaired by: V. SCHULTZ, NASA Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-3936 AIAA-2017-3937 AIAA-2017-3938 AIAA-2017-3939
Linear Program and Simulation DAIDALUS Results from UAS in the Low Level RPAS Traffic Management Attitudes toward UAV integration
Model for Aerial Package Delivery: NAS Flight Test 4 (LLRTM) Concept of Operation into the National Airspace System
A Case Study of Amazon Prime Air M. Vincent, NASA Langley Research Center, C. Le Tallec, P. Le Blaye, ONERA, Palaiseau, D. Richards, S. Edgell, Coventry University,
in Phoenix, AZ Hampton, VA France; M. Kasbari, Drones Innovation Coventry, United Kingdom
L. Vempati, R. Crapanzano, C. Woodyard, Consulting Technics (DICT), Pourrires,
C. Trunkhill, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical France
University, Daytona Beach, FL
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
242-ATIO.DE-1/ATIO.ACD-6 Design Tools and Optimization Governors Square 16
Chaired by: P. JANSEN, Royal Military College of Canada and N. HINES, The Boeing Company
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3940 AIAA-2017-4397 AIAA-2017-3941 AIAA-2017-3942 AIAA-2017-4395
Conceptual Fuselage Design with On the Design of a Strut- Two Variations to the Map Updating Elicited Expert Judgements Model-Based Systems Engineering
Direct CAD Modeling Braced Wing Configuration in a L-Systems-based Topology Using a Bayesian Framework for the Design of Civil Aircraft
B. Anderson, T. Takahashi, Arizona State Collaborative Design Environment Optimization Method B. Profir, M. Eres, J. Scanlan, University Avionics System
University, Tempe, AZ E. Moerland, T. Pfeiffer, D. Bhnke, T. Ikonen, A. Sobester, University of of Southampton, Southampton, United X. Jiang, S. Zhu, J. Tang, Commercial
J. Jepsen, German Aerospace Center Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom; R. Bates, Rolls-Royce Group plc, Aircraft Corporation of China, Ltd.
(DLR), Hamburg, Germany; S. Freund, C. Kingdom Derby, United Kingdom (COMAC), Shanghai, China
Liersch, German Aerospace Center (DLR),
Braunschweig, Germany; et al.

Wednesday, 7 June 2017


243-CASE-4 Complex Adaptive Systems Approaches to Cybersecurity Governors Square 14
1400 - 1700 hrs
Chair: Jimmie McEver, Senior Scientist, Asymmetric Operations Sector, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Panelists:

Tim Evans Russ Syphert Academic Scholar: Zina Ben Miled


Founder Chief Information Security Officer/Vice President Associate Professor
Adlumin Technology and Analytics Electrical and Computer Engineering
Cyber Business Analytics Purdue University

Wednesday, 7 June 2017


244-CFD-19 Special Session: Towards Industrial LES and DNS for Aeronautics Windows

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Chaired by: H. HUYNH, NASA Glenn Research Center and C. HIRSCH, Numeca, International S. A.
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-3943 Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation
Towards Industrial LES/DNS in Application of High-Order Optimised Runge-Kutta time Progress towards an industry- Implicit high-order DG discretization
Aeronautics Paving the Way for Discontinuous Galerkin Method to LES/ integration for the Spectral friendly LES capability of a hybrid RANS-LES model
Future Accurate CFD ---The TILDA DES Test Cases Using Computers with Difference method W. Dawes, Cambridge Flow Solutions Ltd, F. Bassi, L. Botti, A. Colombo, University of
EU Project High Number of Cores J. Vanharen, G. Puigt, J. Boussuge, A. Histon, Cambridge, United Kingdom Bergamo, Dalmine, Italy
C. Hirsch, NUMECA International, Brussels, I. Bosnyakov, S. Mikhaylov, V. Podaruev, Balan, CERFACS, Toulouse, France
Belgium A. Troshin, V. Vlasenko, A. Wolkov, TsAGI,
Zhukovsky, Russia
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
245-CFD-20 High-Order Discontinuous Galerkin Methods Tower Court D
Chaired by: P. ORKWIS, University of Cincinnati and L. KHIEU, Vietnamese-German University
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3944 AIAA-2017-3945 AIAA-2017-3946 AIAA-2017-3947 AIAA-2017-3948 AIAA-2017-3949 AIAA-2017-3950
A high-order discontinuous-Galerkin A p-Poisson wall distance approach On the Necessity of Superparametric A Chimera-based, zonal High-Order DNS and LES Simulations A Riemann-solver-free Runge-Kutta Recovery-based Discontinuous
octree-based AMR solver for overset for turbulence modeling Geometry Representation for discontinuous Galerkin method Using an Implicit Tensor-Product Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Galerkin for Diffusion on Triangular
simulations N. Wukie, P. Orkwis, University of Discontinuous Galerkin Methods on N. Wukie, P. Orkwis, University of Discontinuous Galerkin Method Conservation Laws Grid
M. Brazell, A. Kirby, D. Mavriplis, University Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH Domains with Curved Boundaries Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; C. Schrock, W. Pazner, Brown University, Providence, S. Tu, Jackson State University, Jackson, L. Khieu, Vietnamese-German University, Thu
of Wyoming, Laramie, Laramie, WY P. Zwanenburg, S. Nadarajah, McGill Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright- RI; P. Persson, University of California, MS Dau Mot, Viet Nam; B. Van Leer, University of
University, Montral, Canada Patterson AFB, OH Berkeley, Berkeley, CA Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
246-CFD-21 Turbulence Modeling I: RANS, PANS, LES Tower Court C
Chaired by: S. GIRIMAJI, Texas A&M University (career opp) and M. OLSEN, NASA Ames Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3951 AIAA-2017-3952 AIAA-2017-3953 AIAA-2017-3954 AIAA-2017-3955 AIAA-2017-3956
Impact of subgrid-scale modeling Inspecting Interactions of WallModeled Large Eddy Revised Reynolds-Stress and Triple Transonic Buffet Prediction using Simulations of Supersonic Flow over
and numerical dissipation in Large- Discretization, Filter Formulation, Simulation of Transonic Flow over Product Models Partially Averaged Navier-Stokes a Wall-Mounted Cylinder Using
Eddy Simulation and Stabilization in LES: Lessons an Axisymmetric Bump with Shock- M. Olsen, NASA Ames Research Center, V. Bonnifet, G. Gerolymos, I. Vallet, Pierre- OVERFLOW with ILES
P. Fernandez, N. Nguyen, J. Peraire, from the Taylor-Green Vortex Induced Separation Moffett Field, CA; R. Lillard, NASA Johnson and-Marie-Curie University, Paris, France S. Sherer, P. Morgan, M. Visbal, Air Force
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, A. Edoh, A. Karagozian, University of P. Iyer, National Institute of Aerospace, Space Center, Houston, TX Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson
Cambridge, MA California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA Hampton, VA; G. Park, Stanford University, AFB, OH
Stanford, CA; M. Malik, NASA Langley
Research Center, Hampton, VA
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
247-CFD-22/APA-33 Numerical Simulations of Unsteady Aerodynamics Tower Court B
Chaired by: A. SHARMA, Iowa State University and S. SILTON, US Army Research Laboratory
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3957 AIAA-2017-3958 AIAA-2017-3959 AIAA-2017-3960 AIAA-2017-3961
Airfoil Thickness Effects on Dynamic Wind Farm Simulations Using an Numerical Investigation of Active Computational Modelling of Wing Computational Study of the Wake of
Stall Onset Overset hp-Adaptive Approach with Flow Control for Fan-In-Wing Downwash Profile with Reynolds- a Quadcopter Propeller in Hover
A. Sharma, Iowa State University, Blade-Resolved Turbine Models Configuration in Forward Flight Averaged and Delayed Detached- O. Lopez, University of the Andes, Bogota,
Ames, IA; M. Visbal, Air Force Research A. Kirby, M. Brazell, Z. Yang, R. Roy, B. C. Sheng, Q. Zhao, University of Toledo, Eddy Simulations Colombia; J. Escobar, Advector, Bogota,
Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH Reza Ahrabi, D. Mavriplis, University of Toledo, OH K. Tan, University of Glasgow, Singapore, Colombia; A. Prez, University of the
Wyoming, Laramie, Laramie, WY; et al. Singapore; P. Wang, Singapore Institute Andes, Bogota, Colombia
of Technology, Singapore, Singapore; S.
Srigrarom, University of Glasgow, Singapore,
Singapore

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Wednesday, 7 June 2017
248-F360-6 Aircraft Electric Propulsion: Transforming Aviation Grand Ballroom I
1400 - 1600 hrs
Moderator: Andrew R. Gibson, President, Business Development/Aerospace Engineer, Empirical Systems Aerospace, LLC
Panelists:

Mike Hirschberg Amy Jankovsky Matt Knapp Joseph Oldham


Executive Director Subproject Manager Founder and Aero Chief Technology Officer Director
AHS - The Vertical Flight Technical Society Hybrid Gas-Electric Propulsion Zunum Aero San Joaquin Valley Clean Transportation Center
NASA Glenn Research Center CALSTART

Wednesday, 7 June 2017


249-FD-25 Applications of Fluid Mechanics Capitol
Chaired by: G. GOODWIN, Naval Research Laboratory and Y. HAN, Seattle University
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3962 AIAA-2017-3963 AIAA-2017-3964 AIAA-2017-3965 AIAA-2017-3966 AIAA-2017-3967 AIAA-2017-3968
Investigation of An Effective Numerical simulations and Investigation of the Optimal Design Bluff Body Flow Control Using Application of a New DES Model The Effects of Mach Number Design and Optimization of the
Approach for Aerodynamics performance analysis of a of a Linear Aerospike Nozzle for Random Forcing Based on Wray-Agarwal Turbulence Control Precision on Airfoil Pressure Tandem Arranged Cascade in a
Computaion of Mars Entry Vehicles magnetically-driven bearingless Microsatellite Thrust Vector Control A. Ahmed, R. North, H. Moore, Auburn Model for Simulation of Wall- Measurement in a Transonic Wind Transonic Compressor
H. Zhan, Z. Liu, A. Gong, W. Zhou, China micro-pump A. Alcantara, C. Dong, H. Cheung, Y. Han, University, Auburn, AL Bounded Flows with Separation Tunnel H. Wang, Y. Wang, L. Wei, Northwestern
Academy of Aerospace Aerodynamics, G. Goodwin, J. Maxwell, Naval Research Seattle University, Seattle, WA X. Han, T. Wray, R. Agarwal, Washington Y. Zhang, C. Gao, Z. Zhang, L. Feng, Polytechnical University, Xian, China
Beijing, China Laboratory, Washington, D.C. University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xian,
China
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
250-FD-26 Experimental Studies or Numerical Simulations IV Beverly
Chaired by: S. POROSEVA, The University of New Mexico
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3969 AIAA-2017-3970 AIAA-2017-3971 AIAA-2017-3972 AIAA-2017-3973 AIAA-2017-3974 AIAA-2017-3975
Flow Structure in the Near Wake of Investigation of the Low-Frequency Effects of a Swirling Flow Motion Flow Structure Identification in the Relating Surface Pressure to Effects of Background Stratification Simulation of Hypersonic Shock
an Axisymmetric Supersonic Base Breathing Motion in Two Turbulent on the Supersonic Near Wake Flow Near Wake of an Axisymmetric Lagrangian Wake Topology Around on the Compressible Rayleigh Taylor Wave Laminar Boundary Layer
Flow Using Tomographic PIV Separation Bubbles Behind Blunt-Based Afterbodies Supersonic Base Flow Using MEEMD a Circular Cylinder in Cross Flow Instability Interaction on Hollow Cylinder
B. Kirchner, G. Elliott, J. Dutton, University A. LeFloch, A. Mohammed-Taifour, J. Weiss, S. Weidner, R. Hruschka, C. Rey, F. M. Koll, J. Favale, B. Kirchner, G. Elliott, M. Rockwood, S. Brooks, M. Green, S. Wieland, University of Colorado, Boulder, Flare, Part II
of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL University of Qubec, Montral, Canada Leopold, French-German Research Institute J. Dutton, University of Illinois, Urbana- Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY Boulder, CO; S. Reckinger, Montana State N. Kianvashrad, D. Knight, Rutgers
of Saint-Louis (ISL), Saint-Louis, France; B. Champaign, Urbana, IL University, Bozeman, MT; P. Hamlington, University, Piscataway, NJ
Frohnapfel, F. Seiler, Karlsruhe Institute of University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO;
Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany D. Livescu, Los Alamos National Laboratory,
Los Alamos, NM
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
251-FD-27 Special Topics in Fluid Dynamics Tower Court A
Chaired by: P. BALAKUMAR, NASA-Langley Research Center and E. RADENAC, ONERA
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-3976 AIAA-2017-3977 AIAA-2017-3978 AIAA-2017-3979
Theory and validation of a 2D Modeling on Electrowetting-On- Direct Numerical Simulation of Machine Learning Models of Errors in
Finite-Volume integral boundary Dielectric (EWOD) Flows over an NACA-0012 Airfoil Large Eddy Simulation Predictions of
layer method intended for icing H. Xu, B. Hernan, C. Chen, University of at Low and Moderate Reynolds Surface Pressure Fluctuations
applications Missouri, Columbia, Columbia, MO Numbers M. Barone, J. Ling, K. Chowdhary,
C. Bayeux, E. Radenac, P. Villedieu, P. Balakumar, NASA Langley Research W. Davis, J. Fike, Sandia National
ONERA, Toulouse, France Center, Hampton, VA Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

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252-FD-28 Special Session: Research Frontiers in Bio-inspired Propulsion II Terrace
Chaired by: H. BART-SMITH and H. DONG, University of Virginia
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3980 Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-3981
Propulsive Performance of Pitching Effects of combining heave, pitch Nonsinusoidal Gaits for Improved Models and Mechanisms of Fish Hydrodynamics and Low Enhancing the Efficiency of Bio-
Panels with Bio-Inspired Passive and flexibility on swimming Thrust and Efficiency of Fishlike Propulsion Dimensional Analysis of a Highly Inspired Propulsion via Intermittent
Directional Flexibility performance Swimmers G. Lauder, Harvard University, Cambridge, Deformable Fish Fin Swimming Gaits
R. Zhu, J. Wang, G. Lewis, J. Zhu, H. D. Floryan, T. Van Buren, A. Smits, C. Rowley, M. Fairchild, D. Floryan, MA J. Wang, G. Liu, Y. Ren, H. Dong, K. Moored, E. Akoz, Lehigh University,
Dong, H. Bart-Smith, University of Virginia, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ Princeton University, Princeton, NJ University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Bethlehem, PA; G. Liu, P. Han, H. Dong,
Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA; et al. Charlottesville, VA; V. Di Santo, G. Lauder, University of Virginia, Charlottesville,
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA Charlottesville, VA
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
253-GT-4 Hypersonics Ground Testing Directors Row J
Chaired by: M. RHODE, NASA-Langley Research Center and K. BUTLER, AEDC - Arnold Engineering Development Complex
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-3982 AIAA-2017-3983 AIAA-2017-3984 AIAA-2017-3985 AIAA-2017-3986 AIAA-2017-3987
Direct Skin Friction Measurements Operational Range and Flow Quality Evaluation of the Stagnation-Point Modeling of the VKI Longshot Gun Blunt-Body Distributed Roughness: Inverse design method on facility
at Mach 14 in AEDC Hypervelocity of Cold Hypersonic Wind Tunnel Velocity Gradient in Low-Enthalpy Tunnel Compression Process Using a Correlation of Recent and Historical nozzle for generation of the non-
Wind Tunnel 9 J. Maxwell, Naval Research Laboratory, Hypersonic Flows Quasi-1D Approach Data uniform flow
R. Meritt, Ahmic Aerospace, Beavercreek, Washington, D.C. Z. Ilich, G. Grossir, O. Chazot, von Krmn G. Grossir, Z. Ilich, O. Chazot, von Krmn B. Hollis, NASA Langley Research Center, K. Yu, J. Xu, B. Xu, S. Liu, X. Zhang,
OH; J. Schetz, Virginia Polytechnic Institute Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Rhode-Saint- Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Rhode-Saint- Hampton, VA Nanjing University of Aeronautics and
and State University, Blacksburg, VA; E. Gense, Belgium Gense, Belgium Astronautics, Nanjing, China
Marineau, G. Morauru, Arnold Engineering
Development Complex, Silver Spring, MD;
D. Daniel, Arnold Engineering Development
Complex, Arnold AFB, TN
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
254-IS-1 Intelligent Systems and Autonomy Plaza Court 3
Chaired by: B. ALLEN, NASA Langley Research Center and N. ALEXANDROV, NASA Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-3988 AIAA-2017-3989 Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-3990 Oral Presentation Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-3991
An Autonomous Unmanned Science Field Testing Visual Odometry: Computer Vision for Precision Time-Coordination Strategies Gesture-based Interface for UAV Speech-Based Natural Language Explainable AI Decisions for
Mission Results from Benchtop to Flight for Landing and Object Detection for and Control Laws for Multi-Agent Flight Path Generation Interface for UAV Trajectory Human-Autonomy Interactions
B. Allen, L. Tran, J. Neilan, A. Trujillo, Autonomous Science Mission Needs Autonomous Package Pickup Unmanned Systems M. Chandarana, Carnegie Mellon Generation N. Alexandrov, NASA Langley Research
B. Kelley, A. McQuarry, NASA Langley J. Neilan, NASA Langley Research Center, L. Tran, J. Neilan, B. Kelley, A. McQuarry, J. Puig - Navarro, N. Hovakimyan, University, Pittsburgh, PA; E. Meszaros, E. Meszaros, University of Chicago, Center, Hampton, VA
Research Center, Hampton, VA; et al. Hampton, VA; J. Eddy, Virginia Polytechnic B. Allen, R. Williams, NASA Langley University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL; A. Chicago, IL; M. Chandarana, Carnegie
Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Research Center, Hampton, VA Urbana, IL; B. Allen, NASA Langley Trujillo, B. Allen, NASA Langley Research Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA; A. Trujillo,
VA; L. Tran, B. Kelley, A. McQuarry, M. Research Center, Hampton, VA Center, Hampton, VA B. Allen, NASA Langley Research Center,
Vaughan, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
Hampton, VA; et al.
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
255-LTA-3 LTA Engineering and Design Savoy
Chaired by: R. VAN TREUREN
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-3992 AIAA-2017-3993 AIAA-2017-3994 AIAA-2017-3995 AIAA-2017-3996
Several Concerns of Advanced Development of Flight Mode Design and Fabrication of a Winch An Elevated Balloon-Kite Hybrid Design and Development of an
Airships for Thrust-vectoring Algorithms for Tethered Airships for Aerostat platform for Surveillance Indoor Autonomous Airship
Application on Dynamic Study S. Stevanovic, J. Santos, K. Kondak, German H. Shah, B. Katare, V. Rane, U. Chawda, C. Dusane, A. Wani, R. Pant, D. M. Biju, Nanyang Technological University,
X. Zhang, H. Liang, X. Guo, M. Zhu, Aerospace Center (DLR), Munich, Germany; B. Sonawane, St. Josephs College of Chakraborty, B. Chakravarthy, Indian Singapore, Singapore; R. Pant, Indian
Beihang University, Beijing, China L. Goes, Technological Institute of Aeronautics Engineering and Technology, Palghar, India; Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai,
(ITA), So Jos dos Campos, Brazil; R. Pant, R. Pant, Indian Institute of Technology India India
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Bombay, Mumbai, India
Mumbai, India

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Wednesday, 7 June 2017
256-MDO-11 Aerodynamic Shape Optimization IV Directors Row I
Chaired by: A. NING, BYU
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-3997 AIAA-2017-3998 AIAA-2017-3999 AIAA-2017-4000
Application of an Algorithmically Efficient Algorithmic Differentiation Aerodynamic Shape Optimization Aerodynamic Modeling and
Differentiated Turbomachinery Flow Techniques for Turbo-machinery Using Feature based CAD Systems Optimization of a Blended-Wing-
Solver to the Optimization of a Fan Design and Adjoint Methods Body Transitioning UAV
Stage M. Sagebaum, E. zkaya, N. Gauger, D. Agarwal, S. Marques, T. Robinson, C. C. Zeng, R. Abnous, S. Chowdhury, State
J. Backhaus, A. Schmitz, C. Frey, German Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Armstrong, P. Hewitt, Queens University University of New York, Buffalo, NY
Aerospace Center (DLR), Cologne, Germany; Kaiserslautern, Germany; J. Backhaus, C. Belfast, Belfast, United Kingdom
M. Sagebaum, Technical University of Frey, German Aerospace Center (DLR),
Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern, Germany; S. Cologne, Germany; S. Mann, MTU Aero
Mann, M. Nagel, MTU Aero Engines, Munich, Engines, Munich, Germany; et al.
Germany; et al.
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
257-MDO-12 Aircraft Design Optimization I Directors Row H
Chaired by: S. CHOWDHURY, University at Buffalo and B. MESMER, University of Alabama
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-4001 AIAA-2017-4002 AIAA-2017-4003 AIAA-2017-4004 AIAA-2017-4005 AIAA-2017-4006 AIAA-2017-4007
Conceptual Design of the Parallel Trajectory Optimization of Electric Research on Design Domain of Range Extension of Hypersonic Pametrically Controlled Subdivision Optimization of High lift device Aircraft conceptual design of a
Electric-Gas Architecture with Aircraft Subject to Subsystem Propeller-Driven Hybrid-Mode Cruise Vehicle with Lowest Technical Surfaces for Conceptual Design system deployment for takeoff business jet (category Large)
Synergistic Utilization Scheme Thermal Constraints Aerial Vehicle Merit K. Amadori, C. Jouannet, Saab, Linkping, performance using Multidisciplinary Design
(PEGASUS) Concept R. Falck, J. Chin, S. Schnulo, J. Burt, NASA W. Wenkai, Z. Hou, Z. Guo, L. Chen, W. Wenkai, Z. Hou, Z. Guo, L. Chen, Sweden; J. Andersson, Linkping F. Giacomelli, J. Reis, A. de Paula, L. Optimization techniques
K. Antcliff, F. Capristan, NASA Langley Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH Q. Chen, B. Zhu, National University of J. Yang, National University of Defense University, Linkping, Sweden Fernandez, Technological Institute of R. Nascimento, P. Paglione, Technological
Research Center, Hampton, VA Defense Technology, Changsha, China Technology, Changsha, China Aeronautics (ITA), So Jos dos Campos, Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), So Jos dos
Brazil Campos, Brazil; F. Palazzo, Embraer, So
Jos dos Campos, Brazil
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
258-MST-6 Flight Control Modeling and Simulation Plaza Court 6
Chaired by: R. RUFF and D. KEATING, The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc.
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-4008 AIAA-2017-4009 AIAA-2017-4010 AIAA-2017-4011 AIAA-2017-4012
Modeling and Simulation for the Adaptive Control for Longitudinal A neural network adaptive A New Kind of Control Strategy on Fault Diagnosis Method Study for
Automation of Aerial Refueling of Dynamics of Hypersonic Vehicle at controller considering expert system Explicit-Model-Following Control Complex System Based on Kalman
Military Transport Aircraft with the Subsonic Speeds for aero-engine Y. Cao, H. Zhan, W. Tang, Northwestern Filters with Application to Aircraft
Probe-and-Drogue System T. Alsuwian, R. Ordonez, University B. Yang, Beihang University, Beijing, China Polytechnical University, Xian, China; Engine
N. Fezans, T. Jann, German Aerospace of Dayton, Dayton, OH; L. Jacobsen, M. Wang, University of Southampton, W. Niu, W. Niu, Aviation Industry Corporation
Center (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany GoHypersonic, Inc., Dayton, OH Southampton, United Kingdom of China (AVIC), Xian, China; J. Cheng, Xian
Institute of Applied Optics, Xian, China
Wednesday, 7 June 2017

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259-PDL-6 Computational Methods: Plasma-Flow Interaction Denver
Chaired by: T. MOELLER, University of Tennessee Space Institute
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-4013 AIAA-2017-4014 AIAA-2017-4015 AIAA-2017-4016 AIAA-2017-4017 AIAA-2017-4018
Power Control Simulation of a Flux Treatment Methods for the A Generalized Unstructured Coupled Implicit-Explicit Time Integration for PCA-Score Method for the Reduction An efficient solver for magneto-
Single Fluid Plasma Thruster Coupled Navier-Stokes and Maxwell Continuum-Rarefied Flow Solver for the Vlasov-Fokker-Planck Equations of Collisional-Radiative Chemistry plasma dynamic thruster equations
J. Subramanian, S. T S, Indian Institute of Equations Multi-Component Gas Mixtures D. Ghosh, M. Dorf, J. Hittinger, M. Dorr, A. Bellemans, T. Magin, von Krmn Institute J. Subramanian, H. KR. M., S. T S, Indian
Science, Bengalaru, India R. Thompson, T. Moeller, University of R. Harris, CFD Research Corporation, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, for Fluid Dynamics, Rhode-Saint-Gense, Institute of Science, Bengalaru, India
Tennessee, Tullahoma, Tullahoma, TN Huntsville, AL Livermore, CA Belgium; A. Coussement, A. Parente, Universit
Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
260-TFM-8 Boundary Layers and Wakes Spruce
Chaired by: A. SESCU, Mississippi State University
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-4019 AIAA-2017-4020 AIAA-2017-4021 AIAA-2017-4022
Near continuum velocity and Effects of Partial Slip on Viscous Alternative three-dimensional Generation of convective instability
temperature coupled boundary Instabilities in Rotating-Disc instability analysis of the wake of a modes in the near-wake flow of the
layer flow over a flat plate. Boundary-Layer Flows circular cylinder trailing edge of a flat plate
X. He, C. Cai, Michigan Technological S. Stephen, University of Sydney, Sydney, J. Perez, S. Le Clainche Martinez, J. Vega, M. Dong, X. Wu, Imperial College London,
University, Houghton, MI Australia Technical University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain London, United Kingdom
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
261-TP-6 Non-Continuum Modeling Plaza Court 4
Chaired by: T. SCHWARTZENTRUBER, University of Minnesota and M. KIO, National Space Research & Development Agency
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-4023 AIAA-2017-4024 AIAA-2017-4025 AIAA-2017-4026 AIAA-2017-4027 AIAA-2017-4028
Investigation of a Coupling Multi-Group Maximum Entropy Model Modeling hypersonic reacting flows An analysis of numerical DSMC Aerothermal Study for 3U Novel use of AMR Unstructured
Approach of DSMC and DG Methods for Translational Non-Equilibrium using DSMC with the Bias reaction convergence in discrete velocity gas CubeSat Probes in LEO Grids in DSMC Compressible Flow
for Tail-driven Processes V. Jayaraman, University of Illinois, Urbana- model dynamics for internal flows A. Pikus, A. Berger, M. Bolliger, D. Parkos, Simulations
T. Pan, K. Stephani, University of Illinois, Champaign, Urbana, IL; Y. Liu, NASA Ames S. Gimelshein, ERC, Inc., Edwards AFB, CA; A. Sekaran, P. Varghese, D. Goldstein, A. Alexeenko, Purdue University, West S. Sawant, O. Tumuklu, D. Levin,
Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL Research Center, Moffett Field, CA; M. Panesi, I. Wysong, Air Force Research Laboratory, University of Texas, Austin, Austin, TX Lafayette, IN University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign,
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Edwards AFB, CA Urbana, IL
Urbana, IL

Wednesday, 7 June 2017


262-TEFW-1 Transformational Electric Flight Workshop and Expo
1400 - 1830 hrs
*This workshop and expo requires a separate registration fee. It is included in the registration fees as indicated.

14001600 hrs
Grand Ballroom I

Aircraft Electric Propulsion: Transforming Aviation

Moderator: Andrew R. Gibson, President, Business Development, Aerospace Engineer, Empirical Systems Aerospace
Panelists:
Mike Hirschberg Amy Jankovsky Matt Knapp Joseph Oldham
Executive Director Subproject Manager Founder and Aero CTO Director

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AHS InternationalThe Vertical Flight Technical Society Hybrid Gas-Electric Propulsion Zunum Aero San Joaquin Valley Clean Transportation Center
NASA Glenn Research Center CALSTART

16301700 hrs
Grand Ballroom II

Transformational Electric Flight Workshop and Expo Overview

17001730 hrs
Grand Ballroom II

Transformative Electric Flight Workshop Introduction & Updates


Michael Dudley
Director
NASA Aeronautics Research Institute

17301830 hrs
South Convention Lobby

Transformational Electric Flight Workshop & DEMAND for UNMANNED Reception

*For program updates, please visit: www.aviation.aiaa.org/ElectricFlight/


Wednesday, 7 June 2017
263-NW-12 Networking Coffee Break Meeting Room Foyers
1600 - 1630 hrs
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
264-PANEL-1 Certification using Analysis and Simulation Grand Ballroom I
1600 - 1730 hrs
Moderator: Robert Gregg, Chief Aerodynamicist, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
Panelists:

Ben Linder Rich Wahls Cord Rossow John Fisher Uwe Kerlin
Director of Flight Sciences Strategic Technical Advisor, Advanced Air Vehicles Head of the Institute of Aerodynamics and Flow Senior Technical Specialist EG-TEC Leader
Boeing Commercial Airplanes Program Technology Aircraft Icing Airbus
Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate DLR FAA
NASA Langley Research Center

Wednesday, 7 June 2017


265-ATIO.ATM-25 Airspace Technology Demonstration 3 (ATD-3) Applied Traffic Flow Management Plaza Court 2
1730 - 1830 hrs
The Airspace Technology Demonstration 3 (ATD-3) Project will have a panel during the 2017 AIAA AVIATION Forum. ATD-3 is the third in a series of sub-projects under ATD and deals with the Applied Traffic Flow Management aspect in domestic en route airspace. The panel
members will briefly describe the ATD/ATD-3 Projects and the technologies being developed under ATD-3. These technologies are the Multi-Flight Common Route (MFCR), Dynamic Routes for Arrivals in Weather (DRAW), Traffic Aware Strategic Aircrew Requests (TASAR), and Air/
Ground Integration (AGI). The panel will present for about 40 minutes and 20 minutes will be assigned for questions and answers.

Moderators: Todd Farley and Pete Kostiuk, Robust Analytics


Panelists:
Leighton Quon Kapil Sheth Karl Bilimoria David Wing

Wednesday, 7 June 2017


266-LECT-8 Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Award Lecture Windows
1730 - 1830 hrs

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The Role of Flexibility in Multidisciplinary Design Optimization
Rakesh Kapania
Norris and Wendy Mitchell Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Aerospace and Ocean Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
267-LECT-9 Thermophysics Award Lecture Governors Square 17
1730 - 1830 hrs
Satellite Thermal Management: Decades of Challenges, Solutions and Lessons Learned
Bruce L. Drolen
Senior Technical Fellow (retired), Chief Engineer, Thermal Technology, Space Platforms and Payloads, Boeing Defense, Space and Security
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
268-BANQ-1 ADS and Balloons Banquet Plaza Ballroom A-B
1800 - 2030 hrs
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
269-BANQ-2 Aeroacoustics Banquet Plaza Ballroom D-E
1800 - 2030 hrs
Thursday
Thursday, 8 June 2017
270-NW-13 Networking Coffee Break Plaza Foyer
0730 - 0800 hrs
Thursday, 8 June 2017
271-SB-4 Speakers Briefing Session Rooms
0730 - 0800 hrs
Thursday, 8 June 2017
272-PLNRY-4 Plenary Plaza Ballroom
0800 - 0900 hrs Innovation and Disruption Opportunities for Civil and Military Transport Acquisitions & Operations
Moderator: Scott Fancher, Senior Vice President, Program Management, Integration & Development Programs, The Boeing Company
Panelists:

Naveed Hussain Aaron Robinson Donna Senft


Vice President Senior Manager Chief Scientist
Aeromechanics Technology Environmental Strategy and Sustainability Air Mobility Command
The Boeing Company United Airlines U.S. Air Force

Thursday, 8 June 2017


273-NW-14 Networking Coffee Break Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
0900 - 0930 hrs
Thursday, 8 June 2017
274-AA-43 Airframe/High-Lift Noise VII: Flight Demonstration Plaza Court 4

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Chaired by: M. CHOUDHARI, NASA-Langley Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4029 AIAA-2017-4030 AIAA-2017-4031 AIAA-2017-4032 AIAA-2017-4033
FQUROH: A Flight Demonstration Airframe Noise Reduction of Flap Noise Reduction Design for Flap Acoustic Wind Tunnel Test with Noise Reduction Design for Landing
Project for Airframe Noise Side-edge Using Vortex Generators Side-edges toward FQUROH Flight 18% scale Half-span Model toward Gear toward FQUROH Flight
Reduction Technology the 1st M. Murayama, K. Yamamoto, T. Takaishi, Demonstration FQUROH Flight Demonstration Demonstration
Flight Demonstration Y. Ito, H. Ura, Y. Yokokawa, Japan M. Murayama, K. Yamamoto, Y. Y. Yokokawa, T. Takaishi, H. Ura, M. T. Takaishi, Japan Aerospace Exploration
K. Yamamoto, T. Takaishi, M. Murayama, Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Yokokawa, Y. Ito, T. Takaishi, Japan Kohzai, M. Murayama, Y. Ito, Japan Agency (JAXA), Chofu, Japan; T. Inoue, H.
Y. Yokokawa, Y. Ito, H. Arizono, Japan Mitaka, Japan; et al. Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Lee, Sumitomo Precision Products Company,
Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Mitaka, Japan; T. Hirai, Ryoyu Systems Mitaka, Japan; et al. Ltd., Amagasaki, Japan; M. Murayama, Y.
Chofu, Japan; et al. Company, Ltd., Minato, Japan; et al. Yokokawa, Y. Ito, Japan Aerospace Exploration
Agency (JAXA), Chofu, Japan; et al.
Thursday, 8 June 2017
275-AA-44 CAA VIII: Fan/Core/Liner Plaza Court 8
Chaired by: D. CASALINO, EXA GmbH and Y. DETANDT, Free Field Technologies
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-4034 AIAA-2017-4035 AIAA-2017-4036
Numerical simulation of a Optimal Design of the Acoustic Unsteady Flow Physics of the
compressible channel flow with an Treatments Damping the Noise Blade-Tower Interaction of a Pylon-
acoustic liner Radiated by a Turbo-Fan Engine Mounted Fan
R. Sebastian, D. Marx, V. Fortun, E. B. van Den Nieuwenhof, Y. Detandt, G. J. Fischer, Y. Yauwenas, C. Doolan, V.
Lamballais, University of Poitiers, Poitiers, Lielens, E. Rosseel, Free Field Technologies, Timchenko, J. Reizes, University of New
France Brussels, Belgium; C. Soize, University of South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Paris-Est, Paris, France; V. Dangla, Free
Field Technologies, Brussels, Belgium; et al.
Thursday, 8 June 2017
276-AA-45 Duct Acoustics V Governors Square 11
Chaired by: F. BAKE, DLR-German Aerospace Center and A. WILSON
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-4037 AIAA-2017-4038 AIAA-2017-4039 AIAA-2017-4040
Farfield Radiation of Induct-Cutoff Innovative noise control in ducts Scattering of high order modes in Acoustic Damping of Propellant
Pressure Waves C. Schram, J. Christophe, von Krmn diffuser and 90 degree bend ducts Injectors with Through-Flow in
S. Guerin, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Waterloo, J. Hurst, Technical University of Berlin, Berlin,
Liquid Rocket Combustors
Berlin, Germany Belgium; R. Corin, Sontech, Stockholm, Germany; U. Tapken, German Aerospace S. Lympany, K. Ahuja, Georgia Institute of
Sweden; H. Denayer, W. De Roeck, Catholic Center (DLR), Berlin, Germany; A. Fassbender, Technology, Atlanta, GA
University of Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; S. RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany;
Sack, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), L. Enghardt, German Aerospace Center (DLR),
Stockholm, Sweden; et al. Berlin, Germany; P. Jeschke, RWTH Aachen
University, Aachen, Germany
Thursday, 8 June 2017
277-AA-46 Jet Noise IX: Experiments Supersonic II Governors Square 10
Chaired by: C. TAM, Florida State University
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4041 AIAA-2017-4042 AIAA-2017-4043 AIAA-2017-4044 AIAA-2017-4045
Measurements of Turbulent Experimental and Numerical Study Acoustic Shock Formation in Noise Eddy Convection in Cold and Heated Synthesis of Convection Velocity
Convection Speeds in Multistream of Hard-wall Corrugations for Propagation During Ground Run-Up Supersonic Jets and Turbulence Measurements in
Jets Using Time-Resolved PIV Supersonic Jet Noise Reduction Operations of Military Aircraft S. Shea, K. Lowe, W. Ng, Virginia Three-Stream Jets for Investigation
J. Bridges, M. Wernet, NASA Glenn S. Hromisin, Pennsylvania State University, B. Reichman, K. Gee, T. Neilsen, S. Swift, Polytechnic Institute and State University, of Noise Sources
Research Center, Cleveland, OH University Park, PA; R. Powers, Naval Air Brigham Young University, Provo, UT; A. Blacksburg, VA M. Stuber, W. Ng, K. Lowe, Virginia
Systems Command, Patuxent River, MD; D. Wall, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright- Polytechnic Institute and State University,
McLaughlin, P. Morris, Pennsylvania State Patterson AFB, OH Blacksburg, VA
University, University Park, PA

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Thursday, 8 June 2017
278-AA-47 Jet Noise X: Wavepackets III Governors Square 12
Chaired by: K. GEE, Brigham Young University
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-4046 AIAA-2017-4047 AIAA-2017-4048 AIAA-2017-4049
One Way Navier-Stokes and Wave-packet Representation of Beamforming-Based Wavepacket Level-educed Wavepacket
resolvent analysis for modeling Shockcell Noise for a Single Round Model for Noise Environment Representation of Mach 1.8
coherent structures in a supersonic Jet Predictions of Tactical Aircraft Laboratory-Scale Jet Noise
turbulent jet T. Suzuki, The Boeing Company, Seattle, B. Harker, K. Gee, T. Neilsen, Brigham T. Neilsen, A. Vaughn, K. Gee, Brigham
G. Rigas, O. Schmidt, T. Colonius, California WA Young University, Provo, UT; A. Wall, Young University, Provo, UT; M. Akamine, K.
Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA; Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright- Okamoto, University of Tokyo, Kashiwa, Japan;
G. Brs, Cascade Technologies, Inc., Palo Patterson AFB, OH; M. James, Blue Ridge S. Tsutsumi, Japan Aerospace Exploration
Alto, CA Research and Consulting, LLC, Asheville, NC Agency (JAXA), Sagamihara, Japan; et al.

Thursday, 8 June 2017


279-AA-48/ATIO.TFPC-7 Small Propeller-Rotor Noise II Plaza Court 5
Chaired by: C. BRITCHER, Old Dominon University and N. ZAWODNY, NASA Langley Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4050 AIAA-2017-4051 AIAA-2017-4052 AIAA-2017-4053 AIAA-2017-4054
Annoyance to Noise Produced by a Initial Investigation into the Progress Towards Detection and Characterization of the broadband Tonal Noise Acoustic Interaction
Distributed Electric Propulsion High- Psychoacoustic Properties of Small Identification of sUAS via Acoustic noise of mini RPA propeller blades Characteristics of Multi-Rotor
Lift System Unmanned Aerial System Noise Signature H. Akila, National Polytechnic School, Vehicles
S. Rizzi, D. Palumbo, J. Rathsam, A. A. Christian, R. Cabell, NASA Langley J. Feight, G. Donnell, J. Jacob, R. Gaeta, Algiers, Algeria; B. Marinus, Royal Military T. Zhou, R. Fattah, Hong Kong University
Christian, NASA Langley Research Center, Research Center, Hampton, VA Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK Academy, Brussels, Belgium; S. Larbi, of Science and Technology, Hong Kong,
Hampton, VA; M. Rafaelof, National National Polytechnic School, Algiers, Algeria Hong Kong
Institute of Aerospace, Hampton, VA
Thursday, 8 June 2017
280-AA-49 Fan Broadband Noise Prediction Governors Square 14
0930 - 1230 hrs
Thursday, 8 June 2017
281-ADS-11 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Plenary and Panel Majestic Ballroom
Chaired by: B. TUTT, Airborne Systems
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4055 AIAA-2017-4056 AIAA-2017-4057 AIAA-2017-4058 Panel Discussion
Models for the Aerodynamic Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle Wind Tunnel Investigations of Influence of Angle of Attack on Profile
Coefficients of Ringsail and Disk- Solving and Mitigating the Two Main Billowing Effects on Rigid Ram Air Drag and Flow Induced Vibrations of
Gap-Band Parachutes Operating Parachute Pendulum Problem Parachute Models Parachute Suspension Lines
on Mars Y. Ali, NASA Johnson Space Center, J. Seidel, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado T. Siefers, W. Farrar, C. Jones, T.
J. Cruz, NASA Langley Research Center, Houston, TX; B. Sommer, Lockheed Martin Springs, CO; K. Bergeron, Army Research, McLaughlin, U.S. Air Force Academy,
Hampton, VA; M. Snyder, Virginia Corporation, Houston, TX; B. Anderson, T. Development and Engineering Command, Colorado Springs, CO; K. Bergeron, Army
Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA Truong, C. Madsen, NASA Johnson Space Natick, MA Research, Development and Engineering
Center, Houston, TX Command, Natick, MA
Thursday, 8 June 2017
282-AFM-6 Angle-of-Attack and Sideslip Angle Technologies for General Aviation Flight Safety (Invited) Governors Square 17
Chaired by: J. VALASEK, Texas A&M University
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-4059 AIAA-2017-4060 AIAA-2017-4061 AIAA-2017-4062 AIAA-2017-4063 AIAA-2017-4064
Characterization of Derived Low Cost Wearable Head-Up Display Aerodynamic Parameter Estimation Effects of Atmospheric Motion on a Direct Adaptive Augmentation of Effect of Angle of Attack Displays on
Angle-of-Attack and Sideslip Angle for Light General Aviation for Derived Angle-of-Attack Systems Derived Angle-of-Attack Estimator a Linear Controller for a Plant with Approach Stability
Algorithms Using Monte Carlo and P. Chinta, B. Martos, Embry-Riddle M. McCrink, J. Gregory, Ohio State B. Jackson, K. Hoffler, Adaptive Aerospace Unmatched Uncertainties with an B. Dillman, Purdue University, West
Piloted Simulation Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL University, Columbus, OH Group, Inc., Hampton, VA Application to Aircraft Fly-by-Wire Lafayette, IN; D. Wilt, Florida Institute of
J. Valasek, J. Harris, Texas A&M University, Control Technology, Melbourne, FL; S. Pruchnicki,

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College Station, TX; S. Pruchnicki, M. A. Noriega, Flight Level Engineering, Daytona Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; T.
McCrink, J. Gregory, Ohio State University, Beach, FL; M. Balas, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Hall, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
Columbus, OH; D. Sizoo, Federal Aviation University, Daytona Beach, FL; B. Martos,
Administration, Kansas City, KS Flight Level Engineering, Daytona Beach, FL
Thursday, 8 June 2017
283-AMT-8 Volumetric Measurement Techniques Directors Row E
Chaired by: P. DANEHY, NASA Langley Research Center and N. JIANG, Spectral Energies, LLC
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4065 AIAA-2017-4066 AIAA-2017-4067 AIAA-2017-4068 AIAA-2017-4069
Application of Volumetric PIV with Lightfield Imaging for Plasma Wind Preliminary Comparison Between Towards Volumetric Measurement Two camera plenoptic-PIV
a Single Plenoptic Camera to Shock Tunnel Application Conventional and Plenoptic Background of Density using Scanning Sheet T. Fahringer, B. Thurow, Auburn University,
Wave-Boundary Layer Interactions M. Eberhart, S. Loehle, University of Oriented Schlieren Imaging Filtered Rayleigh Scattering Auburn, AL
J. Bolton, C. Jones, C. Clifford, B. Thurow, Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany J. Klemkowsky, T. Fahringer, B. Thurow, Auburn J. George, T. Jenkins, MetroLaser, Inc.,
Auburn University, Auburn, AL University, Auburn, AL; B. Bathel, NASA Langley Laguna Hills, CA
Research Center, Hampton, VA
Thursday, 8 June 2017
284-APA-34 Wind Turbine Aerodynamics I Colorado
Chaired by: P. MORGAN, Ohio Aerospace Institute and K. SREENIVAS, SimCenter: Center for Excellence in Applied Computational Science and Engineering
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4070 AIAA-2017-4071 AIAA-2017-4072 AIAA-2017-4073 AIAA-2017-4074
Tower Fairing Concept for CFD Analysis of Tandem Wind CFD-based Performance Analysis of Investigation of Wind Turbine A FAST Investigation of a 2 Blade,
Downwind Turbines Turbines Using a Rotating Actuator Morphing Aileron for Vertical Axis Wakes over Complex Terrain Based Load-Aligned, Downwind Rotor for
C. Noyes, E. Loth, University of Virginia, Disk Model Wind Turbines on Actuator Disk Method a 13.2 MW Wind Turbine
Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA W. Huang, R. Agarwal, Washington J. Tan, M. Paraschivoiu, Concordia K. Zheng, W. Tian, Shanghai Jiao Tong C. Noyes, E. Loth, C. Qin, University of
University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO University, Montral, Canada University, Shanghai, China; J. Qin, Harbin Virginia, Charlottesville, Charlottesville, VA
Institute of Technology, Harbin, China; H.
Hu, Iowa State University, Ames, IA
Thursday, 8 June 2017
285-APA-35 Aerodynamic Testing: Wind-tunnel and Flight Testing I Gold
Chaired by: G. GATLIN, NASA Langley Research Center and C. TILMANN, AFRL/RQV
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4075 AIAA-2017-4076 AIAA-2017-4077 AIAA-2017-4078 AIAA-2017-4079
Aeordynamic databased of a Measuring Atmospheric Gusts at Design Methodology and Flight- GA-USTAR Phase 1: Development Surface Pressure Ballistic Range Test
subscale demonstrator Low Altitude Testing Protocols for a Dynamically- and Flight Testing of the Baseline of Mars 2020 Capsule in Support
C. Jouannet, Saab, Linkping, Sweden; D. A. Yeung, G. Bramesfeld, Ryerson Scaled General Aviation Aircraft Upset and Stall Research Aircraft of MEDLI2
Lundstrm, A. Sobron, P. Krus, Linkping University, Toronto, Canada G. Ananda , M. Vahora, O. Dantsker, O. Dantsker, G. Ananda , M. Selig, M. Schoenenberger, NASA Langley
University, Linkping, Sweden; R. Annes da Silva, M. Selig, University of Illinois, Urbana- University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Research Center, Hampton, VA; T. Brown,
Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), So Champaign, Urbana, IL Urbana, IL Army Research Laboratory, Aberdeen
Jos dos Campos, Brazil; F. Martini Catalano, Proving Ground, MD; L. Yates, Aerospace
University of So Paulo, So Carlos, Brazil Computing, Inc., Moffett Field, CA
Thursday, 8 June 2017

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286-APA-36 Special Session: Aerodynamic Design Optimization II Silver
Chaired by: L. LEIFSSON, Iowa State University
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4080 AIAA-2017-4081 AIAA-2017-4082 AIAA-2017-4083 AIAA-2017-4084
CAD-based shape optimisation Aerodynamic Shape Optimization Investigation of the Effectiveness Multidisciplinary Adjoint Combining Adjoint-Based and
of the NASA CRM wing-body Progress on ADODG Benchmark of Shape Parameterization Optimization of Trubomachinery Surrogate-Based Optimizations for
intersection using differentiated Problems Using the elsA Software Techniques for Robust Aerodynamic Components Including Aerodynamic Benchmark Aerodynamic Design
CAD-kernel A. Dumont, M. Mheut, ONERA, Meudon, Optimization and Stress Performance Problems
O. Mykhaskiv, P. Mohanamuraly, J. France; D. Baumgrtner, K. Bletzinger, A. Vuruskan, S. Hosder, Missouri University T. Verstraete, Queen Mary University of H. Wang, Z. Han, S. Han, Y. Zhang,
Mueller, Queen Mary University of London, Technical University of Munich, Munich, of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO London, London, United Kingdom; L. Mueller, W. Song, Northwestern Polytechnical
London, United Kingdom; S. Xu, S. Timme, Germany von Krmn Institute for Fluid Dynamics, University, Xian, China
University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Rhode-Saint-Gense, Belgium; J. Mueller,
Kingdom Queen Mary University of London, London,
United Kingdom
Thursday, 8 June 2017
287-ASE-7 Engine Ice Crystal Icing Columbine
Chaired by: M. BRAVIN, Boeing Commercial Airplanes and J. MASON, Boeing
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-4085 AIAA-2017-4086 AIAA-2017-4087 AIAA-2017-4088
Ice Crystal Icing Research at NASA Preliminary Evaluation of Altitude Viscous Three Dimensional Validation of a Compact Isokinetic Total
Glenn Research Center Scaling for Turbofan Engine Ice Simulation of Flow in an Axial Low Water Content Probe for Wind Tunnel
A. Flegel, NASA Glenn Research Center, Crystal Icing Pressure Compressor at Engine Icing Characterization at NASA Glenn Icing
Cleveland, OH J. Tsao, Ohio Aerospace Institute, Operating Points Research Tunnel and at NRC Ice Crystal
Cleveland, OH D. Rigby, Vantage Partners, LLC, Cleveland, OH; Tunnel
A. Ameri, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; C. Davison, C. Landreville, National Research
J. Veres, P. Jorgenson, NASA Glenn Research Council Canada, Ottawa, Canada; T. Ratvasky,
Center, Cleveland, OH NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH

Thursday, 8 June 2017


288-ATIO.ACD-7 CADWG 21 - Concept Design Tools and Processes for Bespoke, Traditional and Truly Mass Produced Aircraft Governors Square 16
0930 - 1230 hrs
Thursday, 8 June 2017
289-ATIO.ACD-8/APA-37 Sailplane Aerodynamics Century
Chaired by: J. MILGRAM, NSWC Carderock Div. and N. PFEIFFER, Pfeiffer Consulting
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4089 AIAA-2017-4090 AIAA-2017-4091 AIAA-2017-4092 AIAA-2017-4093
Technology Development in A Sailplane Split-Winglet Design The Design of a New Racing Sailplanes: Design Space Exploration for Hybrid AtmosPerf: A Numeric Method to
Sailplane Design Study A New Thermal Mix Model and the Solar/Soaring Aircraft Evaluate Autonomous Gliders for
N. Pfeiffer, Pfeiffer Consulting, Wichita, KS T. Krebs, G. Bramesfeld, Ryerson University, Role of Transitional CFD J. Bird, J. Langelaan, Pennsylvania State Exploration of Outer Solar System
Toronto, Canada M. Maughmer, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA Atmospheres
University, University Park, PA; J. Coder, C. Colletti, R. LeBeau, Saint Louis

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University of Tennessee, Knoxville, University, St. Louis, MO; G. Bramesfeld,
Knoxville, TN; C. Wannenmacher, Schempp- Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada
Hirth Flugzeugbau, GmbH, Kirchheim unter
Tech, Germany; W. Wrz, University of
Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
Thursday, 8 June 2017
290-ATIO.ATM-13 En Route Operations Plaza Court 3
Chaired by: T. REYNOLDS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4094 AIAA-2017-4095 AIAA-2017-4096 AIAA-2017-4097 AIAA-2017-4098
Flight Test Evaluation of the ATD-1 Flight Crew Survey Responses from Prototype Tool and Focus Group Design and Development of a Rapid A Five-Year Projection of North
Interval Management Application the Interval Management (IM) Evaluation for an Advanced Trajectory- Research Design and Development Atlantic Oceanic Flight Activity
K. Swieringa, S. Wilson, B. Baxley, Avionics Phase 2 Flight Test Based Operations Concept Platform for In Situ Testing of Tools M. Bolaos, A. Meilus, T. Graham, Federal
R. Roper, NASA Langley Research B. Baxley, K. Swieringa, S. Wilson, R. N. Guerreiro, D. Jones, B. Barmore, R. Butler, and Concepts for Trajectory-Based Aviation Administration, Washington, D.C.
Center, Hampton, VA; T. Abbott, SAIC, Roper, C. Hubbs, P. Goess, NASA Langley G. Hagen, J. Maddalon, NASA Langley Operations
Hampton, VA; I. Levitt, Federal Aviation Research Center, Hampton, VA; et al. Research Center, Hampton, VA; et al. M. Underwood, NASA Langley Research
Administration, Atlantic City, NJ; et al. Center, Hampton, VA
Thursday, 8 June 2017
291-ATIO.ATM-14 ATM Systems I Plaza Court 2
Chaired by: S. HASAN, LMI
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-4099 AIAA-2017-4100 AIAA-2017-4101 AIAA-2017-4102
A methodology for efficient CDA Integrated Demand Management Evaluation Results of the NAS Flow Data Communications Availability
trajectories automatic generation (IDM) - Minimizing Unanticipated Advisory Manager for System and Operations
based on precision 3D curved Excessive Departure Delay while Impact Assessment and Flow J. Rakas, A. Bauranov, University of
approach in presence of obstacles. Ensuring Fairness from a Traffic Planning California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
A. Errico, V. Di Vito, Italian Aerospace Management Initiative C. Brinton, B. Capozzi, C. Kaler, B. King,
Research Center (CIRA), Capua, Italy H. Yoo, C. Brasil, San Jose State University, Mosaic ATM, Inc., Leesburg, VA
Moffett Field, CA; N. Smith, P. Lee, NASA
Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA;
C. Mohlenbrink, N. Buckley, San Jose State
University, Moffett Field, CA; et al.
Thursday, 8 June 2017
292-ATIO.TFPC-8/ATIO.USPC-1 UAS Missions, Concepts, and Technologies Governors Square 15
Chaired by: D. MARONEY, The MITRE Corporation
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-4103 AIAA-2017-4104 AIAA-2017-4105
Future Demand and Benefits for Toward an Architecture for Subalpine Designing an UAV Propulsion
Small Unmanned Aerial Systems Forest Health Monitoring Using System for Dedicated Acceleration
(UAS) Package Delivery Commercial Off-the-Shelf Unmanned and Deceleration Requirements
M. Narkus-Kramer, LMI, McLean, VA Aircraft Systems and Sensors F. Sendner, P. Stahl, C. Rler, M. Hornung,
Y. Shen, M. Cattau, S. Borenstein, D. Technical University of Munich, Munich,
Weibel, E. Frew, University of Colorado, Germany
Boulder, Boulder, CO

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Thursday, 8 June 2017
293-CFD-23 Special Session: Recent Advances in Adjoint-Based Methods for CFD Windows
Chaired by: E. JOHNSEN, University of Michigan
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation
Adjoint-Based Sensitivity of Ignition Advances in adjoint-based methods: The Adjoint-Weighted Residual Barriers to Adjoint Error Estimation Adjoint-Based Error Estimation
in High-Speed Turbulent Flows application towards multiphase Method and Summation-By-Parts of Large-Scale Fluid Simulation and Adaptation for Large-Scale
J. Capecelatro, University of Michigan, Ann systems Discretizations M. Park, NASA Langley Research Center, Unsteady Flow Simulations
Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI; D. Bodony, J. Freund, D. Bodony, M. Banks, S. Bidadi, University J. Hicken, J. Crean, K. Panda, J. Yan, Hampton, VA K. Fidkowski, University of Michigan, Ann
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI
Urbana, IL
Thursday, 8 June 2017
294-CFD-24 Shock Capturing I Tower Court D
Chaired by: M. LIOU, NASA Glenn Research Center and S. MURMAN, NASA Ames Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4106 AIAA-2017-4107 AIAA-2017-4108 AIAA-2017-4109 AIAA-2017-4110
A DGSEM Shock-capturing Scheme The Root Cause of the Overheating High Order and High Resolution Pressure-Equation-Based SLAU2 for Higher-Order Multi-Dimensional
for Scale-resolving Simulations Problem Nonlinear Weighted Compact Oscillation-Free Supercritical Flow Limiting Strategy for Subcell
S. Murman, N. Burgess, L. Diosady, A. M. Liou, NASA Glenn Research Center, Schemes Computations Resolution
Garai, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Cleveland, OH A. Subramaniam, M. Wong, S. Lele, K. Kitamura, Yokohama National University, H. You, C. Kim, Seoul National University,
Field, CA Stanford University, Stanford, CA Yokohama, Japan; E. Shima, Japan Aerospace Seoul, South Korea
Exploration Agency (JAXA), Sagamihara, Japan
Thursday, 8 June 2017
295-CFD-25 Error Estimation Tower Court B
Chaired by: C. GROTH, University of Toronto and K. FIDKOWSKI, University of Michigan
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-4111 AIAA-2017-4112 AIAA-2017-4113
Output Error Control Using Applications of the Unsteady Error Block-Based Anisotropic AMR with
r-Adaptation Transport Equation on Unstructured A Posteriori Adjoint-Based Error
K. Ding, K. Fidkowski, University of Meshes Estimation for Three-Dimensional
Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI G. Yan, C. Ollivier Gooch, University of Inviscid and Viscous Flows
British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada N. Narechania, L. Freret, C. Groth,
University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
Thursday, 8 June 2017
296-CFD-26 Optimization and Design Using CFD Tower Court C
Chaired by: P. HAMLINGTON, University of Colorado, Boulder and N. CHIEREGHIN
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-4114 AIAA-2017-4115 AIAA-2017-4116 AIAA-2017-4117
Shape Optimization of a Curved Optimization for Internal Turbulent Optimization of the Lift and Drag Power Loss of Slipper/Swashplate
Duct with Free Form Deformations Compressible Flows Using Adjoints Forces on Autorotors based on Elastohydrodynamic
N. Chiereghin, University of Bath, Bath, United C. Lapointe, J. Christopher, N. Wimer, S. Walters, X. Gao, S. Guzik, Colorado Lubrication Model in Axial Piston
Kingdom; L. Guglielmi, A. Savill, Cranfield T. Hayden, G. Rieker, P. Hamlington, State University, Fort Collins, CO Pump
University, Bedford, United Kingdom; E. Manca, University of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, B. Wang, H. Jiang, L. Wang, Harbin
A. Rigobello, M. Barison, University of Padova, CO Institute of Technology, Harbin, China
Padova, Italy; et al.
Thursday, 8 June 2017
297-F360-7 Internet of Things as Applied to Aircraft Systems for Industrial Drones Grand Ballroom I
0930 - 1130 hrs

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Moderator: David Loda, Executive Director, NCPS Research LLC
Panelists:

Barry Alexander Zhennan Cao Wu Hui Academic Scholar: Sam Kogan


Captain President General Manager Founder/CEO
Boeing 747-800 STARC Solutions (HRG) HIT Robot Group Co. Ltd. Gen5 Group, LLC
Atlas Air Cargo

Thursday, 8 June 2017


298-FD-29 Stall and Wake Control Beverly
Chaired by: M. VISBAL, USAF AFRL/RQVA and I. GURSUL, University of Bath
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4118 AIAA-2017-4119 AIAA-2017-4120 AIAA-2017-4121 AIAA-2017-4122
Control of Dynamic Stall Over a High-Frequency Forcing to Delay Bio-inspired Active and Passive Surface Mini-Spoilers for Afterbody Base Control of Multiple Vortices over a
Pitching Finite-Aspect-Ratio Wing Dynamic Stall at Relevant Reynolds Flow Control for Aerodynamic Eciency Drag Reduction Double Delta Wing
M. Visbal, D. Garmann, Air Force Research Number S. Chowdhury, State University of New D. Bulathsinghala, Z. Wang, I. Gursul, X. Zhang, Z. Wang, I. Gursul, University of
Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH S. Benton, M. Visbal, Air Force Research York, Buffalo, NY; V. Maldonado , University of Bath, Bath, United Kingdom Bath, Bath, United Kingdom
Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH University of Texas, San Antonio, San
Antonio, TX
Thursday, 8 June 2017
299-FD-30 Supersonic and Hypersonics Flows Tower Court A
Chaired by: L. DUAN, Missouri University of Science and Technology
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-4123 AIAA-2017-4124 AIAA-2017-4125
Study of 2-D Shock-Wave / Shock-Boundary Layer Interaction Three-Dimensional Simulations of
Turbulent Boundary Layer Control using Innovative Micro- Hypersonic Double Wedge Flow
Interaction Vortex Generators in Supersonic Experiments
P. Tour, E. Schuelein, German Aerospace Intake J. Reinert, S. Gs, G. Candler, University of
Center (DLR), Gttingen, Germany H. G, M. Kaushik, K. Sinhamahapatra, Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN; J.
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Komives, Air Force Institute of Technology,
Kharagpur, India Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

Thursday, 8 June 2017


300-FD-31 Special Session: NASAs Revolutionary Computational Aerosciences Terrace
Chaired by: M. MALIK, NASA-Langley Research Center and M. ROGERS, NASA-Ames Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-4126 AIAA-2017-4127 AIAA-2017-4128 AIAA-2017-4129
Boundary Condition Study for the CFD Analysis in Advance of the Benchmark Smooth Body Flow Stereoscopic PIV Measurements of
Juncture Flow Experiment in the NASA Juncture Flow Experiment Separation Experiments a Turbulent Compressible Mixing
NASA Langley 14x22-Foot Subsonic H. Lee, Science and Technology D. Simmons, F. Thomas, T. Corke, Layer for CFD Validation
Wind Tunnel Corporation, Moffett Field, CA; T. Pulliam, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN K. Kim, G. Lee, B. Johnson, G. Elliott,
C. Rumsey, J. Carlson, J. Hannon, L. Jenkins, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, J. Dutton, University of Illinois, Urbana-
S. Bartram, NASA Langley Research Center, CA; D. Neuhart, M. Kegerise, NASA Langley Champaign, Urbana, IL
Hampton, VA; T. Pulliam, NASA Ames Research Research Center, Hampton, VA
Center, Moffett Field, CA; et al.
Thursday, 8 June 2017

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301-GT-5 Subsonic Ground Testing Directors Row J
Chaired by: R. PARYZ, NASA Langley Research Center and M. RIVERS, NASA Langley Research Center
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-4130 AIAA-2017-4131 AIAA-2017-4132
Study of the Subsonic Wall Interference Anomaly Detection in Large-Scale Simulation of Atmospheric
in Stall of the NASA CRM at the NRC Wind Tunnel Tests Using Gaussian Boundary Layer Flow for Air Inlet
1.5 m Trisonic Wind Tunnel Processes Testing in F1 Wind-Tunnel
A. Toledano, J. Weiss, F. Morency, I. Crandell, A. Millican, S. Leman, E. Smith, S. Mouton, S. Masseboeuf, R. Mariani,
University of Qubec, Montral, Canada; W. Alexander, W. Devenport, Virginia ONERA, Toulouse, France
C. Broughton, A. Benmeddour, National Polytechnic Institute and State University,
Research Council Canada, Ottawa, Canada Blacksburg, VA; et al.
Thursday, 8 June 2017
302-ITAR-1 Unmanned Aircraft Design Savoy
Chaired by: B. MCGRATH, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and J. LECHNIAK
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-4538 Oral Presentation
X-56A Structural Dynamics Ground A Multidisciplinary Approach to The Leading Human Factors
Testing at NASA AFRC the Design of a Low-Cost Attritable Deficiencies in Unmanned Aircraft
S. Truong, A. Chin, C. Herrera, N. Spivey, Aircraft Systems
NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center, J. Kao, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH; S. Howe, NASA Armstrong Flight Research
Edwards, CA G. Reich, T. White, Air Force Research Center, Edwards, CA
Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH; S.
Burton, American Optimization, LLC, Liberty
Township, OH
Thursday, 8 June 2017
303-LTA-4 Airship Development Vail
Chaired by: C. LAMBERT, SkySentry LLC
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4133 AIAA-2017-4134 AIAA-2017-4135 AIAA-2017-4136 Oral Presentation
ZRCV: The Giant That Almost Was Lighter-Than-Air (LTA) Aircraft Application of Large UAV Test Reconfigurable Cellular Composite Airship do Brasil - A case study
R. Van Treuren, Naval Airship Association, Carriers of Persistent, Cheap Micro- Principles to LTA Platforms Structures for Lighter than Air Vehicles as one of Latin Americas sole LTA
Edgewater, FL Weaponized UAV Swarms for Fleet M. McDaniel, Naval Air Warfare Center, G. Copplestone, Massachusetts Institute of company
BMD Overwatch, EW, and Wide-Area Patuxent River, MD Technology, Cambridge, MA; K. Cheung, M. De Felippes, Airship of Brazil (ADB),
ASW/Surveillance NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Brasilia, Brazil
J. Bosma, ArcXeon, LLC, Bothell, WA Field, CA

Thursday, 8 June 2017


304-MDO-13 Emerging Methods - The AGILE Project Plaza Court 7
Chaired by: J. MARTINS, University of Michigan and T. LEFEBVRE, ONERA
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-4137 AIAA-2017-4138 AIAA-2017-4139 AIAA-2017-4140 AIAA-2017-4141 AIAA-2017-4142
The AGILE Paradigm: the next A Collaborative Architecture Knowledge architecture supporting Methodological enhancements in Aeroelastic Shape and Sizing Collaborative System of Systems
generation of collaborative MDO supporting AGILE Design of collaborative MDO in the AGILE MDO process investigated in the Optimization of Aircraft Products Multidisciplinary Design
P. Ciampa, B. Nagel, German Aerospace Complex Aeronautics Products paradigm AGILE European project supported by AGILE Design Optimization for Civil Aircraft:AGILE
Center (DLR), Hamburg, Germany P. Ciampa, E. Moerland, D. Seider, German I. van Gent, Delft University of Technology, T. Lefebvre, N. Bartoli, S. Dubreuil, ONERA, Paradigm EU project
Aerospace Center (DLR), Hamburg, Delft, The Netherlands; P. Ciampa, German Toulouse, France; M. Panzeri, R. Lombardi, F. Daoud, Airbus, Manching, Germany P. Prakasha, German Aerospace Center
Germany; E. Baalbergen, National Aerospace Center (DLR), Hamburg, Germany; R. DIppolito, NOESIS Solutions N.V., (DLR), Hamburg, Germany; A. Mirzoyan,
Aerospace Laboratory (NLR), Amsterdam, B. Aigner, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Leuven, Belgium; et al. Central Institute of Aviation Motors,
The Netherlands; R. Lombardi, R. Germany; J. Jepsen, German Aerospace Center Moscow, Russia; P. Ciampa, German
DIppolito, NOESIS Solutions N.V., Leuven, (DLR), Hamburg, Germany; G. La Rocca, Aerospace Center (DLR), Hamburg,
Belgium Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Germany
Netherlands; J. Schut, KE-Works, Delft, The

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Netherlands
Thursday, 8 June 2017
305-MDO-14 Aeroelastic and Aero-Structures Optimization I Directors Row I
Chaired by: F. ENGELSEN, The Boeing Company
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs
AIAA-2017-4143 AIAA-2017-4144 AIAA-2017-4145 AIAA-2017-4146
Adjoint Formulation of Continuum A Robust and Flexible Coupling Aero-Structural Optimization of the Application of Shape Function
Sensitivity Analysis for Static and Framework for Aeroelastic Analysis NASA Common Research Model for Aeroelastic Tailoring of the
Transient Problems and Optimization S. Keye, T. Klimmek, M. Abu-Zurayk, M. Composite Wing Structure
M. Kulkarni, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical J. Kiviaho, K. Jacobson, M. Smith, G. Schulze, C. Ilic, German Aerospace Center J. Zeng, W. Qian, C. Liu, Commercial
University, Daytona Beach, FL Kennedy, Georgia Institute of Technology, (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany Aircraft Corporation of China, Ltd.
Atlanta, GA (COMAC), Beijing, China
Thursday, 8 June 2017
306-MDO-15 Aircraft Design Optimization II Directors Row H
Chaired by: S. CHOWDHURY, University at Buffalo
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs 1200 hrs
AIAA-2017-4147 AIAA-2017-4148 AIAA-2017-4149 AIAA-2017-4150 AIAA-2017-4151 AIAA-2017-4152
Solar-Electric and Gas Powered, Design of an Unmanned Aerial Conceptual Design and Optimization Dynamics and Control Design of a Development of a Multidisciplinary A Mission-Based Approach for
Long-Endurance UAV Sizing via Vehicle for Long-Endurance of Small Transitioning UAVs using Blended Wing-body Transitioning Design Optimization Framework the Holistic Evaluation of Aerial
Geometric Programming Communication Support SUAVE UAV Applied on UAV Design by Considering Platforms: Implementation and
M. Burton, W. Hoburg, Massachusetts B. Ozturk, M. Burton, W. Hoburg, E. Botero, J. Alonso, Stanford University, R. Abnous, C. Zheng, S. Chowdhury, State Models for Mission, Surveillance, and Proof of Concept
Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford, CA University of New York, Buffalo, NY Stealth Performance S. Morawietz, M. Strohal, P. Sttz,
Cambridge, MA A. Papageorgiou, J. lvander, Linkping University of the German Federal Armed
University, Linkping, Sweden; K. Amadori, Forces, Neubiberg, Germany
Saab, Linkping, Sweden
Thursday, 8 June 2017
307-MST-7 Environmental Effects and Surprise in Simulation Plaza Court 6
Chaired by: D. CARTMELL, Boeing Engineering Operations & Technology and C. TAYLOR, The MITRE Corporation
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-4153 AIAA-2017-4154 AIAA-2017-4155
Determination of Stochastic Wind Aircraft Touchdown Speed Managing the Unexpected
Speed Model Parameters Using Estimation Human-in-the-Loop Simulation as
Allan Deviation Approach A. Fazeli, K. Narayan, United Technologies Effective Tool for the Assessment of
M. Rhudy, Pennsylvania State University, Corporation, Oakville, Canada the Risk Information System in an
Reading, PA; J. Gross, Y. Gu, West Virginia Operationally Relevant Context
University, Morgantown, WV J. Buch, D. Niedermeier, German Aerospace
Center (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany; I.
Stepniczka, University of Vienna, Vienna,
Austria
Thursday, 8 June 2017
308-PDL-7 Diagnostics and Experimental Techniques II Denver
Chaired by: A. STARIKOVSKIY, Princeton University
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4156 AIAA-2017-4157 AIAA-2017-4158 AIAA-2017-4159 AIAA-2017-4160
Development of an Electric Field Two-Photon Induced Polarization Optical Diagnostics on Equilibrium Dielectric Barrier Discharge Control Experimental Investigations
Imaging Method using Femtosecond Spectroscopy with Atomic Oxygen and Non-equilibrium Low Power and Thrust Enhancement by Diode of Impulse Generation and
Laser Electric Field Probe and Xenon for Plasma Diagnostics Plasmas Surface Stabilization Performance on
B. Goldberg, A. Dogariu, Princeton University, A. Meindl, D. Leiser, S. Loehle, S. Fasoulas, H. Koch, M. Winter, J. Beyer, University of A. Starikovskiy, R. Miles, Princeton Spherical Target Irradiated by
Princeton, NJ; S. OByrne, University of New University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany Kentucky, Lexington, Lexington, KY University, Princeton, NJ Donut-Mode Beam
South Wales at the Australian Defence Force D. Tran, X. Chongfa, K. Mori, Nagoya
Academy, Canberra, Australia; R. Miles, University, Nagoya, Japan
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ

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Thursday, 8 June 2017
309-TFM-9 Shock - BL Interaction Capitol
Chaired by: R. KUMAR, Florida State University
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs
AIAA-2017-4161 AIAA-2017-4162 AIAA-2017-4163
Variable turbulent Prandtl number A Physics Based Turbulence Optimal spatial growth of streaks
model for shock/boundary-layer Model for Shock-Boundary Layer in oblique shock/boundary layer
interaction Interactions interaction
S. Roy, U. Pathak, K. Sinha, Indian P. Raje, K. Sinha, Indian Institute of A. Dwivedi, J. Nichols, M. Jovanovic, G.
Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India Candler, University of Minnesota, Twin
India Cities, Minneapolis, MN
Thursday, 8 June 2017
310-TFM-10 Turbulence Modeling and Theory Spruce
Chaired by: M. MUNSON, U.S. Army Research Office
0930 hrs 1000 hrs 1030 hrs 1100 hrs 1130 hrs
AIAA-2017-4164 AIAA-2017-4165 AIAA-2017-4166 AIAA-2017-4167 AIAA-2017-4168
Compressible turbulent plane Further Applications of the Integral Robust Bayesian Calibration of a K- Turbulence Model Parameter Development of adaptive subgrid
channel flow: DNS data and outlook Formula for Determination of the RANS Model for Jet-in-Crossflow Estimates Using an Approximate scale models based on a large-scale
G. Gerolymos, I. Vallet, Pierre-and-Marie- Reynolds Stress in Turbulent Flows Simulations Self-similar Jet-in-Crossflow vorticity sensor
Curie University, Paris, France T. Lee, J. Park, Arizona State University, J. Ray, S. Lefantzi, Sandia National Solution J. Chapelier, C. Scalo, Purdue University,
Tempe, AZ Laboratories, Livermore, CA; S. L. DeChant, J. Ray, S. Lefantzi, J. Ling, S. West Lafayette, IN; B. Wasistho, Kord
Arunajatesan, L. DeChant, Sandia National Arunajatesan, Sandia National Laboratories, Technologies, Huntsville, AL
Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM Albuquerque, NM
Thursday, 8 June 2017
311-TEFW-2 Transformational Electric Flight Workshop and Expo
0800 - 1730 hrs
*This workshop and expo requires a separate registration fee. It is included in the registration fees as indicated.

08000900 hrs
Plaza Ballroom
Innovation and Disruption Opportunities for Civil and Military Transport Acquisitions & Operations

Moderator: Scott Fancher, Senior Vice President, Program Management, Integration & Development Programs, The Boeing Company
Panelists:

Aaron Robinson Naveed Hussain Donna Senft


Senior Manager Vice President Chief Scientist
Environmental Strategy and Sustainability Aeromechanics Technology Air Mobility Command
United Airlines The Boeing Company U.S. Air Force

09301200 hrs
Grand Ballroom II
Electric Aircraft Prototyping
Speakers:
Tine Tomai Geoffrey Bower Sean Clarke Francesco Giannini David Josephson
Director of R&D Chief Engineer Principal Investigator for NASAs X-57 Maxwell Aircraft Designer Engineer/CEO
Pipistrel A^3 by Airbus Group experimental aircraft and Advanced Systems Advanced Concepts Josephson Engineering, Inc.
Development Engineer Aurora Flight Sciences

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NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center

12001330 hrs
Grand Ballroom II
Urban VTOL Panel Discussion Luncheon

Moderator: Brian J. German, Associate Professor, Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
Speakers:
JoeBen Bevirt Geoffrey Bower Gregory J. Bowles Mark D. Moore Tine Tomai David Josephson
Founder Chief Engineer Vice President Director of Aviation Director of R&D Engineer/CEO
Joby Aviation A^3 by Airbus Group Global Innovation & Policy Uber Engineering Pipistrel Josephson Engineering, Inc.
General Aviation Manufacturers Association

1400 1600
Grand Ballroom II
Transformative Vertical Flight Workshop Breakout Sessions

1630 1730
South Convention Lobby
Transformative Vertical Flight Workshop Reception

*Reception For program updates, please visit: www.aviation.aiaa.org/ElectricFlight/


Thursday, 8 June 2017
312-LNCH-3 Luncheon in the Exposition Hall Plaza Exhibit/Foyer
1230 - 1400 hrs
A ticket for the luncheon is required and included in the registration fee where where indicated. Additional tickets for guests may be purchased upon registration, or on site as space is available.
Thursday, 8 June 2017
313-AA-50 Acoustic/Fluid Dynamic Interactions V: Trailing Edge Serrations Plaza Court 7
Chaired by: S. OERLEMANS
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-4169 AIAA-2017-4170 AIAA-2017-4171 AIAA-2017-4172 AIAA-2017-4173 AIAA-2017-4174 AIAA-2017-4175
Leading edge serrations for the Sound Scattering by a Serrated Flat Nearwall pressure fluctuations Numerical study on combed teeth Numerical analysis of noise Concave serrations on broadband Exploiting the Misalignment of the
reduction of aerofoil separation Plate in Mean Flows over noise reduction addons serrations for wind turbine noise reduction mechanisms of serrated trailing edge noise reduction Serrated Trailing Edge for Improved
self-noise B. Peng, X. Huang, Hong Kong University F. Avallone, W. van der Velden, R. Merino reduction trailing edges under zero lift D. Ragni, F. Avallone, W. van der Velden, Aerofoil Broadband Noise Reduction
G. Lacagnina, University of Southampton, of Science and Technology, Kowloon, Martinez, D. Ragni, Delft University of W. van der Velden, Delft University of condition Delft University of Technology, Delft, The P. Woodhead, T. Chong, J. Wissink, Brunel
Southampton, United Kingdom; S. Hong Kong Technology, Delft, The Netherlands Technology, Delft, The Netherlands; S. W. van der Velden, F. Avallone, D. Ragni, Netherlands University London, Uxbridge, United
Hasheminejad, Brunel University London, Oerlemans, Siemens, Brande, Denmark Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Kingdom
London, United Kingdom; C. Paruchuri, Netherlands
P. Joseph, University of Southampton,
Southampton, United Kingdom; T. Chong,
Brunel University London, London, United
Kingdom; O. Stalnov, Technion--Israel Institute
of Technology, Haifa, Israel
Thursday, 8 June 2017
314-AA-51 Advanced Testing Techniques II Governors Square 11
Chaired by: R. DOUGHERTY, OptiNav Inc and W. HUMPHREYS, NASA Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-4176 AIAA-2017-4177 AIAA-2017-4178 AIAA-2017-4179

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Evaluation of Methods for In-Situ Comparison of Inverse Aerofoil Source Estimation from Efficient Beamforming Techniques
Calibration of Field-Deployable Deconvolution Algorithms for Nearfield Array Measurements for Investigating Turbulence Ingestion
Microphone Phased Arrays High-resolution Aeroacoustic Source F. Casagrande Hirono, P. Joseph, F. Fazi, Noise with an Inhomogeneous Inflow
W. Humphreys, D. Lockard, M. Khorrami, Characterization University of Southampton, Southampton, C. Hickling, W. Alexander, N. Molinaro, W.
W. Culliton, R. McSwain, NASA Langley G. Herold, T. Geyer, Brandenburg University United Kingdom Devenport, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Research Center, Hampton, VA of Technology, Cottbus, Germany; E. and State University, Blacksburg, VA; S.
Sarradj, Technical University of Berlin, Glegg, Florida Atlantic University, Boca
Berlin, Germany Raton, FL

Thursday, 8 June 2017


315-AA-52 CAA IX: Methods Plaza Court 8
Chaired by: D. HIXON, University of Toledo and E. BRAMBLEY, University of Warwick
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-4180 AIAA-2017-4181 AIAA-2017-4182 AIAA-2017-4183 AIAA-2017-4184 AIAA-2017-4185
Validation of a three-dimensional Comparison of Three Popular Explicit Filters with Spectral-Like Novel techniques to enhance GPU CABARET Solver Extension Dispersion Improved CABARET for
mapping scheme to couple mean Methods for the Prediction of High Accuracy: Review of Design Criteria the focal-resolution and to Handle Complex Geometries Computational Aeroacoustics
flow data to high-order acoustic Speed Propeller Noise and Latest Developments characterization of experimental utilizing snappyHexMesh with A. Chintagunta, A. Markesteijn, S. Naghibi,
propagation solvers J. Hambrey, M. Kotwicz Herniczek, D. F. Falissard, ONERA, Meudon, France flow-induced dipole sources using Asynchronous Time Stepping S. Karabasov, Queen Mary University of
M. Muriel Gracia, H. Denayer, W. De Feszty, Carleton University, Ottawa, time-reversal A. Markesteijn, S. Karabasov, Queen Mary London, London, United Kingdom
Roeck, W. Desmet, Catholic University of Canada; S. Meslioui, J. Park, Pratt & A. Mimani, C. Doolan, D. Moreau, University of University of London, London, United
Leuven, Leuven, Belgium Whitney, Montral, Canada New South Wales, Sydney, Australia Kingdom
Thursday, 8 June 2017
316-AA-53 Duct Acoustics VI: Liners Governors Square 10
Chaired by: H. BODEN, KTH and W. WATSON, NASA-Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-4186 AIAA-2017-4187 AIAA-2017-4188 AIAA-2017-4189 AIAA-2017-4190 AIAA-2017-4191 AIAA-2017-4192
Experimental Evaluation of Acoustic Aeroacoustics Comparison of Innovative liner concept for Effects of Cavity Diameter on A Conventional Liner Acoustic/Drag On the Prediction of the Effect A study of high level tonal and
Engine Liner Models Developed with Double- and Single-layer Perforated enhanced acoustic damping: hybrid Acoustic Impedance of Perforate- Interaction Benchmark Database of Interstage Liners in Turbofan broadband random excitation for
COMSOL Multiphysics Liners in Presence of Joint Bias- Zero Mass Flow Liner (ZML) Over-Honeycomb Liners B. Howerton, M. Jones, NASA Langley Engines: A Parametric Study acoustic liners
N. Schiller, M. Jones, NASA Langley grazing Flow F. Bake, A. Bauer, A. Schulz, K. Knobloch, M. Brown, M. Jones, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA A. Maldonado, Arup Acoustics, Winchester, H. Boden, J. Fritzell, Royal Institute of
Research Center, Hampton, VA; B. D. Zhao, C. Ji, N. Han, X. Li, Nanyang German Aerospace Center (DLR), Berlin, Research Center, Hampton, VA United Kingdom; R. Astley, J. Coupland, Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden
Bertolucci, The Boeing Company, Seattle, Technological University, Singapore, Germany; C. Richter, Rolls-Royce Group plc, University of Southampton, Southampton,
WA Singapore; L. Ang, National University of Blankenfelde, Germany; L. Enghardt, German United Kingdom
Singapore, Singapore, Singapore Aerospace Center (DLR), Berlin, Germany

Thursday, 8 June 2017


317-AA-54 Jet Noise XI: Analysis Governors Square 12
Chaired by: T. COLONIUS, California Institute of Technology and U. MICHEL
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-4193 AIAA-2017-4194 AIAA-2017-4195 AIAA-2017-4196
Spectral analysis of the acoustic Evaluation of PSE as a Model for Jet Noise in the Certification Validating the Doubling-Diameter
near field of a solid propellant Supersonic Jet Using Transfer Reference Point for Approach Method for Rig-Noise Detection in
rocket Functions U. Michel, CFD Software E+F GmbH, Jet Noise Measurements
C. Tam, Florida State University, V. Kleine, K. Sasaki, A. Cavalieri, Technological Berlin, Germany A. Karon, K. Ahuja, Georgia Institute of
Tallahassee, FL; W. Horne, N. Burnside, Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), So Jos dos Technology, Atlanta, GA
J. Panda, NASA Ames Research Center, Campos, Brazil; G. Brs, Cascade Technologies,
Moffett Field, CA Inc., Palo Alto, CA; T. Colonius, California
Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA

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Thursday, 8 June 2017
318-ADS-12 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Instrumentation and Materials Majestic Ballroom
Chaired by: K. DESABRAIS, US Army Natick Solider Research, Development and Engineering Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-4197 AIAA-2017-4198 AIAA-2017-4199 AIAA-2017-4200 AIAA-2017-4201 AIAA-2017-4202
Device for Temporal Measurement Investigation of Tensile Properties of Effects of Contamination and Strength Variation of Parachute Microscopic Mosaic Imaging of Parachute Fabric Permeability
of Loads in Parachute Suspension Braided Parachute Suspension Line Cleaning on Parachute Structural Joints Parachute Fabric under Short vs. Long Term Humidity
Systems B. Olson, J. Sherwood, D. Willis, University Textile Elements C. Mollmann, Airborne Systems, Santa J. Luna, G. Barlow, N. Rondeau, University Conditioning Effects in a Controlled
E. Brandeau, B. Frandeen, J. Sanchez, of Massachusetts, Lowell, Lowell, MA; K. C. Mollmann, Airborne Systems, Santa Ana, CA of Massachusetts, Lowell, Lowell, MA; K. Lab Environment
A. Owens, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Bergeron, Army Research, Development Ana, CA Desabrais, Army Research, Development N. Rondeau, Army Research, Development
California Institute of Technology, and Engineering Command, Natick, MA and Engineering Command, Natick, MA; D. and Engineering Command, Natick, MA;
Pasadena, CA Willis, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, G. Barlow, E. Morrison, J. Luna, University
Lowell, MA of Massachusetts, Lowell, Lowell, MA; K.
Desabrais, Army Research, Development
and Engineering Command, Natick, MA; D.
Willis, University of Massachusetts, Lowell,
Lowell, MA
Thursday, 8 June 2017
319-ADS-13 Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems: Space Systems II Vail
Chaired by: Y. ALI, NASA Johnson Space Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-4203 AIAA-2017-4204 AIAA-2017-4205 AIAA-2017-4206 Oral Presentation
Sub-Scale Orion Parachute Test NASA Capsule Parachute Assembly Crew Module Deceleration System Integrated Air Drop Test of Crew Parachute Related History and
Results From the National Full-Scale System Subscale Drop Test for Human Spaceflight Programme Module Deceleration System for Preservation
Aerodynamics Complex 80- by Campaign Overview of Development Human Spaceflight Project of ISRO R. Zuercher, S. Brown, ATI Parachute
120-ft Wind Tunnel J. Daum, NASA Johnson Space Center, A. Aggarwal, J. Paul, J. A, S. Nalluveettil, J. Paul, A. Aggarwal, P. Sai, N. Upadhyay Museum, Dayton, OH
B. Anderson, J. Greathouse, J. Powell, NASA Houston, TX; C. Mollmann, Airborne P. P, P. M, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, , R. Pillai, S. Nalluveettil, Vikram Sarabhai
Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX; J. Ross, Systems, Pennsauken, NJ Trivandrum, India Space Centre, Trivandrum, India; et al.
B. Porter, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett
Field, CA; P. Goulding, National Aerospace
Solutions, Moffett Field, CA; et al.
Thursday, 8 June 2017
320-AFM-7 Launch Vehicle, Entry Vehicle, and Projectile Flight Dynamics Governors Square 17
Chaired by: M. GRANT, Purdue University and C. KARLGAARD, Analytical Mechanics Associates Inc
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-4207 AIAA-2017-4208 AIAA-2017-4209 AIAA-2017-4210 AIAA-2017-4211
Adaptive Missile Flight Control for Open Source Toolkit for Reentry Re-entry Trajectory Design using Mid-L/D Lifting Body Entry Demise A Modified Triples Algorithm
Complex Aerodynamic Phenomena Object Modeling Pigeon Inspired Optimization Analysis for Flush Air Data Systems That
F. Fresconi, Army Research Laboratory, C. Ostrom, K. Abercromby, California G. Sushnigdha, A. Joshi, Indian Institute of L. Ling, NASA Johnson Space Center, Allows a Variety of Pressure Port
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD; B. Greunwald, Polytechnic State University, San Luis Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India Houston, TX Configurations
T. Yucelen, University of South Florida, Obispo, San Luis Obispo, CA D. Millman, Booz Allen Hamilton, McLean, VA
Tampa, FL
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321-AMT-9/GT-6 The Application of Thermal Anemometer Technologies in Transonic Flows Directors Row E
Chaired by: G. JONES, NASA-Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation
Wind Tunnel Characterization Development of a Digital Bridge A Review of constant voltage Flow Quality Survey of the NASA Turbulence Characteristics for
Perspectives on Wind Tunnel Thermal Anemometer System (Invited) anemometer (CVA) applications in Ames 11-By-11-Foot Transonic Wind Selected NASA Langley Transonic
Turbulence Measurement (Invited) J. Bledsoe, E. White, ViGYAN, Inc., high-speed flows (Invited) Tunnel (Invited) Wind Tunnels (Invited)
E. Arrington, HX5 Sierra, Cleveland, OH Hampton, VA; C. Britcher, K. Joshi, Old S. Mangalam, A. Mangalam, Tao Systems, M. Amaya, NASA Ames Research Center, G. Jones, NASA Langley Research Center,
Dominion University, Norfolk, VA Hampton, VA Moffett Field, CA Hampton, VA
Thursday, 8 June 2017
322-APA-38 Wind Turbine Aerodynamics II Colorado
Chaired by: C. TILMANN, AFRL/RQV and M. GHOREYSHI, United States Air Force Academy
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-4212 AIAA-2017-4213 AIAA-2017-4214 AIAA-2017-4215 AIAA-2017-4216 AIAA-2017-4217
Development of a Computational A Novel Vortex Method to Analysis of Turbine Wake Gravo-Aeroelastically Scaling for Subscale Testing of Horizontal-Axis Development of Aerodynamic
System to Optimize Wind Farm Investigate Wind Turbine Near- Characteristics by using Dynamic Extreme-Scale Wind Turbines Wind Turbines Analysis Methodology for
Layout Wake Characteristics Mode Decomposition Method E. Loth, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, G. Ananda , M. Selig, University of Illinois, Segmented Ultralight Morphing
R. Rodrigues, C. Lengsfeld, University of P. Premaratne, H. Hu, Iowa State P. Premaratne, H. Hu, Iowa State Charlottesville, VA; L. Fingersh, National Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL Rotors
Denver, Denver, CO University, Ames, IA University, Ames, IA Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO; S. Bansal, M. Selig, University of Illinois,
D. Griffith, Sandia National Laboratories, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL
Albuquerque, NM; M. Kaminski, C. Qin,
University of Virginia, Charlottesville,
Charlottesville, VA
Thursday, 8 June 2017
323-APA-39 Aerodynamic-Structural Dynamics Interaction I Century
Chaired by: N. NGUYEN, NASA-Ames Research Center and K. KARA, Khalifa University of Science, Technology & Research
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-4218 AIAA-2017-4219 AIAA-2017-4220 AIAA-2017-4221 AIAA-2017-4222 AIAA-2017-4223 AIAA-2017-4224
Aeroestructural Design Optimization Nonlinear Large Deflection Theory Aerodynamic Optimization of Variable Transonic and Viscous Models for Experimental Results for a Variable Stability Investigation of a Robust Optimization of Variable-
of a Subsonic Wing with Continuous with Modified Aeroelastic Lifting Camber Continuous Trailing Edge Flap Vortex Lattice Method Applied to Camber Compliant Wing Nonlinear Self-Adaptive Camber Camber Continuous Trailing-Edge
Morphing Trailing Edge Line Aerodynamics for a High Configurations Using Vortex Lattice Transport Aircraft J. Hodson, D. Hunsaker, Utah State Airfoil Flap System under Multi-Task
G. Fujiwara, University of Washington, Aspect Ratio Flexible Wing Modeling for Conceptual Design D. Chaparro, MORI Associates, Inc., University, Logan, UT; B. Andrews, J. Joo, H. Felcar, National Civil Aviation Agency Profiles
Seattle, Seattle, WA; N. Nguyen, NASA N. Nguyen, E. Ting, NASA Ames Research E. Ting, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Moffett Field, CA; G. Fujiwara, University of Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright- (ANAC), So Jos dos Campos, Brazil; R. Y. Liu, J. Li, H. Zeng, B. Liu, N. Liu, Aviation
Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA Center, Moffett Field, CA; D. Chaparro, Field, CA; D. Chaparro, MORI Associates, Inc., Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA; E. Ting, Patterson AFB, OH Annes da Silva, Technological Institute of Industry Corporation of China (AVIC),
Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies, Inc., Moffett Field, CA; N. Nguyen, NASA Ames N. Nguyen, NASA Ames Research Center, Aeronautics (ITA), So Jos dos Campos, Shenyang, China; J. Bai, Northwestern
Moffett Field, CA Research Center, Moffett Field, CA Moffett Field, CA Brazil Polytechnical University, Xian, China
Thursday, 8 June 2017
324-APA-40 Aerodynamic Testing: Wind-Tunnel and Flight Testing II Gold
Chaired by: G. GATLIN, NASA Langley Research Center and D. CARTER, Air Force Research Laboratory
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-4225 AIAA-2017-4226 AIAA-2017-4227 AIAA-2017-4228 AIAA-2017-4229 AIAA-2017-4230 AIAA-2017-4231
Legacy Transport Aircraft Drag A Study on the Impact of Drag C-17 Globemaster III Vortex Control Characterization of the flow around Towards the Investigation of Time-Resolved PIV Measurements of A new criterion for transonic
Reduction Program Reduction Technologies on the Finlets Simulation and Wind Tunnel the Mars 2020 Rover Unsteady Spoiler Aerodynamics Ship Motion and Orientation Effects buffeting onset estimation
D. Carter, Air Force Research Laboratory, Mission Performance of the Boeing Testing R. Bardera-Mora, S. Sor, National Institute S. Geisbauer, German Aerospace Center on Airwake Development R. Sousa, Embraer, So Jos dos Campos,
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH C-17 Globemaster III Aircraft S. McIlwain, National Research Council of Aerospace Technology (INTA), Torrejn (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany; T. A. Sydney, J. Ramsey, Naval Surface Brazil; R. Girardi, R. Annes da Silva,
K. Bedwell, G. Brian, Defence Science and Canada, Ottawa, Canada; D. Carter, Air Force de Ardoz, Spain; A. Garcia-Magario, Lser, German-Dutch Wind Tunnels, Warfare Center, Bethesda, MD; J. Milluzzo, Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA),
Technology Group, Melbourne, Australia; Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, Systems Engineering for the Defense of Braunschweig, Germany U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD So Jos dos Campos, Brazil
R. Porter, Advanced VTOL Technologies, OH; G. Givogue, Royal Canadian Air Force, Spain (ISDEFE), Madrid, Spain; J. Javier
Ballarat West, Australia Ottawa, Canada; T. Lorang, R. Polito, The Gomez-Elvira , M. Marin , J. Torres ,
Boeing Company, Long Beach, CA; J. Pereira, National Institute of Aerospace Technology

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National Research Council Canada, Ottawa, (INTA), Madrid, Spain; et al.
Canada; et al.
Thursday, 8 June 2017
325-APA-41 Applied CFD and Numerical Correlations with Experimental Data I Silver
Chaired by: P. MORGAN, Ohio Aerospace Institute and T. CHYCZEWSKI, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-4232 AIAA-2017-4233 AIAA-2017-4234 AIAA-2017-4235 AIAA-2017-4236 AIAA-2017-4237
DLR Results of the Sixth AIAA Drag Prediction of NASA Common Numerical Study of Fuselage Turbulent Flow Simulations of the CFD Modeling of B-52 and KC-135 CFD-Based Reduced-Order Models
Computational Fluid Dynamics Drag Research Models Using Different Aerodynamics of DLR-F6 Wing-Body NASA Common Research Model in Air Refueling Formation of F-16XL Static and Dynamic Loads
Prediction Workshop Turbulence Models in Ground Effect using the Immersed Boundary A. Lofthouse, B. Nathan, U.S. Air Force Using Kestrel
S. Keye, V. Togiti, O. Brodersen, German P. Du, R. Agarwal, Washington University in N. Deng, Q. Qu, R. Agarwal, Washington Method with a Wall Function Academy, Colorado Springs, CO S. Morton, D. McDaniel, CREATE Kestrel
Aerospace Center (DLR), Braunschweig, St. Louis, St. Louis, MO University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO Y. Tamaki, T. Imamura, University of Tokyo, Team, Eglin AFB, FL; H. Carlson, R.
Germany Tokyo, Japan Verberg, R. Schutt, Clear Science
Corporation, Harford, NY
Thursday, 8 June 2017
326-ASE-8 Wake Vortex and Turbulence I Beverly
Chaired by: E. JOHNSON, NASA-Langley Research Center and V. GOLUBEV, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU)
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-4238 AIAA-2017-4239 AIAA-2017-4240 AIAA-2017-4241
Optimization of Single Obstacle Pair A Methodology for the Identification Aircraft Vortex Characterization by Tolerable Errors in Mean EDR for
for Aircraft Wake Dissipation under and Mapping Of High Altitude Estimating the Dominant Modes Wake Turbulence Applications
Crosswind Condition Aircraft Wake Vortices from the Return Power Spectrum of E. Johnson, Federal Aviation Administration,
C. Wang, D. Zhao, S. Paramasivam, R. Frej Vittale, L. Davenport, CSSI, Inc., a Doppler LIDAR Hampton, VA
Nanyang Technological University, Washington, D.C. S. Bhaskaran, R. Calhoun, Arizona State
Singapore, Singapore; J. Schluter, Deakin University, Tempe, AZ
University, Waurn Ponds, Australia
Thursday, 8 June 2017
327-ASE-9 Fundamentals of Engine Ice Crystal Icing Columbine
Chaired by: A. FLEGEL, NASA Glenn Research Center and D. DISCHINGER, Honeywell International, Inc.
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-4242 AIAA-2017-4243 AIAA-2017-4244 AIAA-2017-4245 AIAA-2017-4246 AIAA-2017-4247 AIAA-2017-4248
An Initial Study of the Comparisons of Mixed-Phase Icing Particle Size Measurements from Comparison of Two Retrieval Droplet Evaporation Model for Development of a Non-Intrusive Electromagnetic Sensor for
Fundamentals of Ice Crystal Icing Cloud Simulations with Experiments the first Fundamentals of Ice Crystal Techniques for Ice Particle Mass Determining Liquid Water Content Ultrasound Ice Accretion Sensor to Detection of Ice Accretion inside
Physics in the NASA Propulsion Conducted at the NASA Propulsion Icing Physics Test in the NASA from in-situ Measurements: in Engine Icing Tunnels and Detect and Quantify Ice Accretion Turbofan Jet Engines
Systems Laboratory Systems Laboratory Propulsion Systems Laboratory Implication for Particle Effective Examination of the Factors Affecting Severity T. Trapp, T. Shannon, B. Herrera, B. Jean,
P. Struk, T. Ratvasky, T. Bencic, J. Van T. Bartkus, Ohio Aerospace Institute, M. King, NASA Glenn Research Center, Density and Median Mass Diameter Liquid Water Content D. Fuleki, National Research Council S. McClain, Baylor University, Waco, TX
Zante, M. King, NASA Glenn Research Cleveland, OH; P. Struk, NASA Glenn Cleveland, OH; W. Bachalo, A. Kurek, P. Coutris, D. Leroy, E. Fontaine, A. C. Davison, J. MaCleod, National Research Canada, Ottawa, Canada; Z. Sun, J.
Center, Cleveland, OH; J. Tsao, Ohio Research Center, Cleveland, OH; J. Tsao, Artium Technologies, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA Schwarzenboeck, National Center for Council Canada, Ottawa, Canada Wu, National Research Council Canada,
Aerospace Institute, Cleveland, OH; et al. Ohio Aerospace Institute, Cleveland, OH Scientific Research (CNRS), Clermont- Boucherville, Canada; G. Miller, National
Ferrand, France; J. Strapp, Met Analytics, Research Council Canada, Ottawa, Canada
Inc., Toronto, Canada; A. Grandin, Airbus,
Toulouse, France
Thursday, 8 June 2017
328-ATIO.ACD-9 Requirements Definition in Aircraft Design Governors Square 16
Chaired by: D. WELLS, NASA Langley Research Center and M. ORR, Boeing Commercial Airplanes
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-4249 AIAA-2017-4250 AIAA-2017-4251 AIAA-2017-4252 AIAA-2017-4253 AIAA-2017-4254
Effect of Passenger Preferences Cost-Capability Analysis of UAS Designing an Value Operations Impact of Vehicle Technologies and A Value Operations Methodology Development of a Value Driven
on the Integrated Design and Family and Flexible Factory Design Methodology data driven predictive Operational Improvements on Air (VOM) Approach to Multi-Criteria Design Framework for Aviation
Optimization of Aircraft Families S. Libby, D. Siedlak, H. Solano, O. Pinon- maintenance strategy Transportation System Performance Assessment of Similar-Class Air A. Desai, L. Vengadasalam, P.
and Air Transport Network Fischer, D. Mavris, Georgia Institute of R. Curran, D. Bos, W. Verhagen, Delft M. Hassan, D. Mavris, Georgia Institute of Vehicles: An Airbus A350 Versus the Hollingsworth, University of Manchester,
R. Perez, P. Jansen, Royal Military College Technology, Atlanta, GA University of Technology, Delft, The Technology, Atlanta, GA Boeing 787 Case Study Manchester, United Kingdom; P.
of Canada, Kingston, Canada Netherlands; T. Omondi, Kenya Airways, R. Curran, A. Gkirgkis, C. Kassapoglou, Chinchapatnam, Rolls-Royce Group plc,

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Nairobi, Kenya Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Derby, United Kingdom
Netherlands
Thursday, 8 June 2017
329-ATIO.ATM-16 Terminal and Surface Operations I Plaza Court 3
Chaired by: A. SARAF, ATAC Corporation
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-4255 AIAA-2017-4256 AIAA-2017-4257 AIAA-2017-4258 AIAA-2017-4259 AIAA-2017-4260 AIAA-2017-4261
Integrating Arrival Management Trajectory Specification for Terminal Flexible Arrival & Departure Optimization of Airport Surface Airport Surface Movement Combining the assignment of Impacts of Guidance function on
with Airspace Design and Analysis Air Traffic: Conflict Detection and Runway Allocation Using Mixed- Traffic: A Case-study of Incheon Scheduling with Route Assignment pre-defined routes and RTAs to Air Traffic Controller situation
R. Sgorcea, M. Bush, R. Huleatt, MITRE Resolution Integer Linear Programming International Airport Using First-Come First-Served sequence and merge arrival traffic awareness
Corporation, McLean, VA R. Paielli, NASA Ames Research Center, P. Roling, J. Delsen, R. Curran, Delft Y. Eun, D. Jeon, Korea Aerospace Research Approach R. Dalmau, J. Alenka, X. Prats, Technical M. Ellejmi, EUROCONTROL, Brussels,
Moffett Field, CA University of Technology, Delft, The Institute, Daejeon, South Korea; H. Lee, B. Park, H. Lee, S. Kang, H. Lee, Inha University of Catalonia, Castelldefels, Spain Belgium
Netherlands Y. Jung, NASA Ames Research Center, University, Incheon, South Korea
Moffett Field, CA; Z. Zhu, Stinger Ghaffarian
Technologies, Inc., Moffett Field, CA; M. Jeong,
Korea Aerospace Research Institute, Daejeon,
South Korea; et al.
Thursday, 8 June 2017
330-ATIO.ATM-17 ATM Systems II Plaza Court 2
Chaired by: M. UNDERWOOD, NASA Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-4262 AIAA-2017-4263 AIAA-2017-4264 AIAA-2017-4265
The Networked Generalized Evaluation of the Efficiency of A Gaussian process based decision Integrity Monitoring of BDS/INS
Brownian Motion Model for Traffic Management Initiatives Wind support tool for air traffic Loosely Integrated System Using
Predictive ATM System Impact Delays management Multiple Kalman Filters
Assessment and Decision Support O. Alsalous, CSSI, Inc., Washington, D.C.; W. Eerland, S. Box, H. Fangohr, A. S. Sun, S. Kuang, R. Liu, Civil Aviation
B. Capozzi, C. Brinton, J. Rebollo, Mosaic R. Galaviz, J. Gulding, Federal Aviation Sobester, University of Southampton, University of China, Tianjin, China
ATM, Inc., Leesburg, VA Administration, Washington, D.C. Southampton, United Kingdom

Thursday, 8 June 2017


331-ATIO.ATM-18 UAS Operations II Plaza Court 1
Chaired by: A. EVANS, Crown Consulting, Inc.
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-4266 AIAA-2017-4267 AIAA-2017-4268 AIAA-2017-4269 AIAA-2017-4270 AIAA-2017-4271
Capacity Estimation for Low Altitude Predicting Trajectories for Small Small Unmanned Aircraft System A Simplified Methodology for the An innovative algorithm for 2D A Wrapper Paradigm for Trusted
Airspace Electric UASs for Safety Analyses (sUAS) Trajectory Modeling in Categorization of Unmanned Aerial Collision Avoidance manoeuvers Implementation of Autonomy
V. Bulusu, University of California, A. Tyagi, S. Ayyalasomayajula, N. Nigam, Support of UAS Traffic Management Vehicles elaboration based on spiral Applications
Berkeley, Berkeley, CA; V. Polishchuk, Intelligent Automation, Inc., Rockville, MD; (UTM) L. Davenport, R. Frej Vittale, CSSI, Inc., trajectories S. Johnson, J. Couch, Adaptive Aerospace
Linkping University, Norrkoping, Sweden; C. Zhang, I. Hwang, Purdue University, L. Ren, M. Castillo-Effen, H. Yu, General Washington, D.C. M. Orefice, V. Di Vito, Italian Aerospace Group, Inc., Hampton, VA
R. Sengupta, University of California, West Lafayette, IN Electric Company, Niskayuna, NY; Y. Yoon, Research Center (CIRA), Capua, Italy
Berkeley, Berkeley, CA; L. Sedov, Linkping T. Nakamura, E. Johnson, Georgia Institute
University, Norrkoping, Sweden of Technology, Atlanta, GA; et al.
Thursday, 8 June 2017
332-ATIO.TFPC-9/ATIO.GEPC-1 Overview of NASA Convergent Aeronautic Solutions (CAS) Project Activities Governors Square 15

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Chaired by: P. CORNELL, NASA Glenn Research Center and M. WASZAK, NASA Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-4272 Oral Presentation Oral Presentation AIAA-2017-4273
Convergent Aeronautics Project Digital Twin: Reducing Uncertainity Learn to Fly Project Overview Autonomy Operatng System for Description, Status, and Progress Development of Structural Energy Development of Mission Adaptive
Overiew in Useful Life M. Croom, J. Brandon, J. Foster, NASA UAVs: Pilot-in-a-Box for the Convergent Aeronautics Storage for Aeronautics Applications Digital Composite Aerostructure
I. Lopez, NASA Glenn Research Center, W. Leser, J. Hochhalter, P. Leser, J. Warner, Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA M. Lowry, NASA Ames Research Center, Solutions (CAS) High Voltage Hybrid D. Santiago-dejesus, B. Bednarcyk, B. Technologies (MADCAT)
Cleveland, OH J. Newman, G. Bomarito, NASA Langley Moffett Field, CA Electric Propulsion Activity DeMattia, NASA Glenn Research Center, K. Cheung, D. Cellucci, NASA Ames Research
Research Center, Hampton, VA; et al. R. Beach, NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH; D. Hare, R. Smith, E. Olson, Center, Moffett Field, CA; G. Copplestone,
Cleveland, OH NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
VA; et al. Cambridge, MA; N. Cramer, J. Fusco, NASA
Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA; B.
Jenett, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Cambridge, MA; et al.
Thursday, 8 June 2017
333-CFD-27 High-Order Finite Element Methods Tower Court D
Chaired by: M. GALBRAITH and D. MAVRIPLIS, University of Wyoming
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-4274 AIAA-2017-4275 AIAA-2017-4276 AIAA-2017-4277 AIAA-2017-4278
On the Convergence of Higher- Scalable Solution Strategies for Equivalence Conditions between Least squares overset finite element A Non-parametric Discontinuous
Order Finite Element Methods to Stabilized Finite-Element Flow Continuous Linear Finite Element method for scalar hyperbolic Galerkin Formulation of the Integral
Weak Solutions Solvers on Unstructured Meshes, and Finite Volume Discretizations of problems in 2D Boundary Layer Equations with Strong
B. Couchman, D. Darmofal, S. Allmaras, Part II Non-Simplicial Elements D. French, University of Cincinnati, Viscous/Inviscid Coupling
M. Galbraith, Massachusetts Institute of B. Reza Ahrabi, D. Mavriplis, University of D. Isola, ANSYS, Inc., Montral, Canada Cincinnati, OH; C. Schrock, J. Benek, S. Zhang, M. Galbraith, S. Allmaras, M.
Technology, Cambridge, MA Wyoming, Laramie, Laramie, WY Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright- Drela, D. Darmofal, Massachusetts Institute
Patterson AFB, OH of Technology, Cambridge, MA
Thursday, 8 June 2017
334-CFD-28 Turbulence Modeling II: Rans and Hybrid Approaches Tower Court C
Chaired by: N. ASHTON, University of Oxford and S. PENG, FOI - Swedish Defence Research Agency
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-4279 AIAA-2017-4280 AIAA-2017-4281 AIAA-2017-4282 AIAA-2017-4283 AIAA-2017-4284 AIAA-2017-4285
Zonal Detached Eddy Simulation Simulation of a supersonic coaxial Recalibrating Delayed Detached- Assessment of shielding parameters Adaptation of LES Subgrid Scale Hybrid RANS/LES Calculations in Comparison of DES Turbulence
extension to k- models He/Air jet experiment with a Eddy Simulation to eliminate in conventional DDES method to Grey-Area Mitigation in Hybrid SU2 Models with the Flow around
C. Uribe, J. Marty, ONERA, Meudon, hybrid RANS/LES variable turbulent modelled-stress depletion under the presence of alternative RANS-LES Modelling E. Molina, C. Spode, R. Annes da Silva, Circular Cylinder at ReD=3900
France; G. Gerolymos, Pierre-and-Marie- Schmidt number model N. Ashton, University of Oxford, Oxford, turbulence length scales S. Peng, Swedish Defense Research Agency Technological Institute of Aeronautics H. Tang, Aircraft Strength Research Institute
Curie University, Paris, France L. Charrier, Paris Institute of Technology, Paris, United Kingdom N. Jain, J. Baeder, University of Maryland, (FOI), Stockholm, Sweden (ITA), So Jos dos Campos, Brazil; D. of China, Xian, China; S. Chang, Beihang
France; G. Pont, Airbus, Les Mureaux, France; College Park, College Park, MD Manosalvas-Kjono, S. Nimmagadda, T. University, Beijing, China; Z. Cheng, Aircraft
S. Marie, Paris Institute of Technology, Paris, Economon, Stanford University, Stanford, Strength Research Institute of China,
France; P. Brenner, Airbus, Les Mureaux, CA; et al. Xian, China
France; F. Grasso, Paris Institute of Technology,
Paris, France
Thursday, 8 June 2017
335-CFD-29/TP-7 Multiphase Flows and Heat Transfer Simulations I Denver
Chaired by: J. MCFARLAND, University of Missouri and J. CAPECELATRO, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-4286 AIAA-2017-4287 AIAA-2017-4288 AIAA-2017-4289 AIAA-2017-4290 AIAA-2017-4291
Compressible Turbulence Effects on Computational Study of Shock Methods for Accurate Computations Numerical Investigation of the Flow Accurate and Efficient Prediction A numerical study of Supercooled
Premixed Autoignition Driven Multiphase Mixing in of Homogeneous Multi-phase Real Structure of Underexpanded Jets on Suction erformance of Thermal Large Droplets impingement on
C. Towery, R. Darragh, University of Scramjet Conditions Fluid Flows at All Speeds in Quiescent Air using Real-Gas Vapor Compressor using Multi-phase airfoils
Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO; A. J. McFarland, University of Missouri, H. Kim, H. Kim, Y. Choe, C. Kim, Seoul Thermodynamics Flow Computations J. Shu, D. Zhu, Aviation Industry
Poludnenko, Texas A&M University, College Columbia, Columbia, MO; M. Hagenmaier, National University, Seoul, South Korea M. Banholzer, H. Mller, M. Pfitzner, D. Min, H. Lee, H. Kim, Seoul National Corporation of China (AVIC), Shenyang,
Station, TX; P. Hamlington, University of Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright- University of the German Federal Armed University, Seoul, South Korea; H. Lee, China
Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, CO Patterson AFB, OH Forces, Munich, Germany C. Lee, Doosan Heavy Industries, Yongin,

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South Korea; C. Kim, Seoul National
University, Seoul, South Korea
Thursday, 8 June 2017
336-CFD-30 Methodologies for Simulations on Complex Meshes Tower Court B
Chaired by: T. EYMANN, CREATE-AV/Kestrel and C. CHANG, NASA-Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-4292 AIAA-2017-4293 AIAA-2017-4294 AIAA-2017-4295 AIAA-2017-4296 AIAA-2017-4297 AIAA-2017-4298
CREATETM-AV Kestrel Dual-Mesh Cause and Cure Deterioration High-Order Meshes for Flow Uses of Zero and Negative Volume Quantifying Uncertainty in CFD A new high-order conservative A NURBS-Enhanced Treatment of
Simulations of the NASA Common in Accuracy of CFD Simulations Simulations with a Spectral Elements for Node-Centered Edge- Drag Computations on Unstructured patched grid strategy and its Curved Boundary Integrating for
Research Model with Use of High-Aspect-Ratio Difference Method Based Discretization Meshes application in the inviscid flow the Time-Accurate Upwind Scheme
T. Eymann, CREATE Kestrel Team, Eglin Triangular/Tetrahedral Grids A. Aguiar, C. Breviglieri, Technological H. Nishikawa, National Institute of M. Souza, M. Ferrari, Embraer, So simulation with Unstructured Grids
AFB, FL; R. Nichols, University of Alabama, S. Chang, NASA Glenn Research Center, Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), So Jos dos Aerospace, Hampton, VA Jos dos Campos, Brazil; D. Ferrari, Y. Dong, X. Deng, Y. Chen, D. Xu, Y. Xia, G. Wang, Zhejiang University,
Birmingham, Arnold AFB, TN Cleveland, OH; C. Chang, NASA Langley Campos, Brazil; T. Martini dos Santos, J. Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), National University of Defense Technology, Hangzhou, China; C. Loh, Beijing
Research Center, Hampton, VA; B. Azevedo, Aeronautics and Space Institute So Jos dos Campos, Brazil; J. Azevedo, Changsha, China; G. Wang, H. Zhang, Sun Computational Science Research Center,
Venkatachari, National Institute of (IAE), So Jos dos Campos, Brazil; Z. Aeronautics and Space Institute (IAE), So Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China Beijing, China; T. Ji, Y. Zheng, Zhejiang
Aerospace, Hampton, VA Wang, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Jos dos Campos, Brazil University, Hangzhou, China; H. Wu, University
Lawrence, KS of Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, Canada
Thursday, 8 June 2017
337-F360-8 Realization of a Digital Twin & Thread Grand Ballroom I
1400 - 1600 hrs
Moderators: Mat French, Systems Engineer & Architect, Senior Specialist, Rolls-Royce North American Technologies, Inc., and Melanie Lorang, Associate Technical Fellow, The Boeing Company
Panelists:

Dave Kasik Don A. Kinard Edward M. Kraft Steve Wellborn Academic Scholar: Col Tim West
Retired Senior Technical Fellow Senior Fellow (Manufacturing) Associate Executive Director, Research Senior Technical Fellow Senior Materiel Leader
The Boeing Company Lockheed Martin Aeronautics University of Tennessee Space Institute Rolls-Royce Test Operations Division
Arnold Engineering Development Complex

Thursday, 8 June 2017


338-FD-32 Three-Dimensional Boundary-Layer Instability Terrace
Chaired by: T. KOCIAN, Texas A&M University and P. PAREDES, NASA Langley Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-4299 AIAA-2017-4300 AIAA-2017-4301 AIAA-2017-4302 AIAA-2017-4303
Crossflow Transition on a Pitched Computations of Crossflow Boundary Layer Stability Analysis of Stationary Crossflow Breakdown A DMD-Based Automatic Transition
Cone at Mach 8 Instability in Hypersonic Boundary HIFiRE-5b Flight Geometry due to Interaction Between Prediction Method for Flows over
J. Edelman, K. Casper, J. Henfling, R. Layers A. Moyes, T. Kocian, D. Mullen, H. Reed, Secondary Instabilities Airfoils
Spillers, Sandia National Laboratories, M. Choudhari, F. Li, P. Paredes, NASA Texas A&M University, College Station, TX F. Li, M. Choudhari, NASA Langley Research M. Wu, Z. Han, S. Wang, W. Song,
Albuquerque, NM; S. Schneider, Purdue Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA; L. Center, Hampton, VA; L. Duan, Missouri Northwestern Polytechnical University,
University, West Lafayette, IN Duan, Missouri University of Science and University of Science and Technology, Xian, China; E. Ferrer, Technical University
Technology, Rolla, MO Rolla, MO of Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Thursday, 8 June 2017
339-FD-33 Modal Analysis: Applications and New Approaches (Invited) Windows
Chaired by: K. TAIRA, Florida State University and M. HEMATI, University of Minnesota

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1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation Oral Presentation
Proper orthogonal decomposition Reduced order models of complex Practical Extensions and Use of global stability analysis for Data-driven modeling, control and Use of Empirical Mode Model Order Reduction of Flows
and resolvent analysis flows using resolvent analysis Applications of Dynamic Mode active control of high-speed cavity sensor placement using cluster Decomposition for Separation of Using POD and Sparse Coding
A. Towne, Stanford University, Stanford, S. Symon, California Institute of Decomposition flows analysis Spatiotemporal Scales in Unsteady Approaches
CA; T. Colonius, O. Schmidt, California Technology, Pasadena, CA; D. Sipp, ONERA, S. Dawson, California Institute of Y. Sun, K. Taira, L. Cattafesta, Florida E. Kaiser, S. Brunton, B. Brunton, N. Kutz, Flows R. Deshmukh, J. McNamara, Ohio State
Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA Meudon, France; B. McKeon, California Technology, Pasadena, CA; M. Hemati, State University, Tallahassee, FL; L. University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, P. Ansell, University of Illinois, Urbana- University, Columbus, OH; J. Kolter,
Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Ukeiley, University of Florida, Gainesville, WA; B. Noack, National Center for Scientific Champaign, Urbana, IL Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Minneapolis, MN; C. Rowley, Princeton Gainesville, FL Research (CNRS), Orsay, France; L. Cattafesta,
University, Princeton, NJ Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL; et al.
Thursday, 8 June 2017
340-FD-34 High Speed Flow Control Capitol
Chaired by: J. SOLOMON, Tuskegee University and B. VUKASINOVIC, Georgia Institute of Technology
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-4304 AIAA-2017-4305 AIAA-2017-4306 AIAA-2017-4307 AIAA-2017-4308 AIAA-2017-4309 AIAA-2017-4310
Fluidic Control of an Aggressive Impacts of Energy Deposition on Research on the Flow Characteristics Effect of Thermal Actuator on Resonance Enhanced Microactuator Switching Dynamics of a Fluid Numerical Simulations of Plasma
Offset Diffuser for a Supersonic Flow Characteristics over an Inlet of DBD Plasma Actuation Based on Vortex Characteristics in Supersonic (REM) Nozzles for Supersonic Flow Diverter Valve Using Ultrasonic Discharges in Supersonic Flows
Inlet H. Pham, M. Myokan, T. Tamba, A. High Speed Schlieren Shear Layer Mixing Excitation for Active Flow Control A. Nekris, French-German Research Institute
T. Burrows, B. Vukasinovic, A. Glezer, Iwakawa, A. Sasoh, Nagoya University, L. Feng, C. Gao, Z. Lv, B. Wu, Y. Zhang, J. Shi, H. Yan, G. Bai, K. Lin, Northwestern J. Solomon, C. Nayak, Tuskegee University, M. Mair, J. Turner, M. Bacic, P. Ireland, of Saint-Louis (ISL), Saint-Louis, France
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA Nagoya, Japan Northwestern Polytechnical University, Polytechnical University, Xian, China Tuskegee, AL University of Oxford, Oxford, United
Xian, China Kingdom
Thursday, 8 June 2017
341-FD-35 Shock Boundary Interactions II Tower Court A
Chaired by: J. SCHMISSEUR
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-4311 AIAA-2017-4312 AIAA-2017-4313 AIAA-2017-4314 AIAA-2017-4315 AIAA-2017-4316
Limiting Cases for Cylinder-Induced Sensitivity analysis for the control of Investigation of the Effects of Sharp-Fin Induced Shock Wave/ Simulation of Transitional Performance and Efficiency
Shock Wave/Boundary Layer oblique shock wave/laminar boundary Ablation-Induced Roughness on Turbulent Boundary Layer Shockwave/Boundary-Layer Analysis of Hypersonic Airframe/
Interactions layer interactions at Mach 5.92 Supersonic Flows Interactions in an Axisymmetric Interaction Using Advanced RANS- Engine Integration Vehicle based on
S. Lindrfer, P. Kreth, C. Combs, J. N. Hildebrand, A. Dwivedi, J. Nichols, G. B. Kocher, C. Combs, P. Kreth, J. Configuration based Modeling Multiple Fragment Computation
Schmisseur, University of Tennessee, Candler, University of Minnesota, Twin Schmisseur, University of Tennessee, J. Pickles, B. Mettu, P. Subbareddy, V. B. Tester, J. Coder, University of Tennessee, L. Chen, Z. Guo, Z. Hou, W. Wenkai,
Tullahoma, Tullahoma, TN Cities, Minneapolis, MN; M. Jovanovic, Tullahoma, Tullahoma, TN Narayanaswamy, North Carolina State Knoxville, Knoxville, TN; C. Combs, J. National University of Defense Technology,
University of Southern California, Los University, Raleigh, NC Schmisseur, University of Tennessee, Changsha, China
Angeles, CA Tullahoma, Tullahoma, TN
Thursday, 8 June 2017
342-GT-7 Transonic/Supersonic Ground Testing Directors Row J
Chaired by: J. MICOL, NASA Langley Research Center and C. JORGENS, The Boeing Company
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs
AIAA-2017-4317 AIAA-2017-4318 AIAA-2017-4319
Scaling Effects on Flow Quality for Flow Quality Numerical Study on The Method of High
a Cold Adjustable Supersonic Wind Characterization for Cold Adjustable Blockage Free-Jet Test in Negative
Tunnel Supersonic Wind Tunnel Pressure Condition
J. Maxwell, Naval Research Laboratory, J. Maxwell, G. Goodwin, Naval Research J. Wang, F. Wu, Aero Engine Corporation
Washington, D.C. Laboratory, Washington, D.C. of China (AECC), Mianyang, China; Q. Xu,
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China; Q. Xu,
Q. Yang, Aero Engine Corporation of China
(AECC), Mianyang, China

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Thursday, 8 June 2017
343-ITAR-2 Aerodynamic Database Modeling and Topics in CFD Savoy
Chaired by: J. SMITH, Sandia National Laboratories and J. DOYLE, US Army AMRDEC
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs
AIAA-2017-4539 AIAA-2017-4540 AIAA-2017-4541
A Comparison of Single Panel and Aerodynamic Database Modeling Computational Modeling of
Single Plane Aerodynamic Math of a Tail-Controlled Guided Multiple Molecular Contamination Due to
Modeling Approaches for a Tail- Launch Rocket System (TCG) Upper Stage Engine Operation using
Controlled Missile J. Doyle, Army Aviation and Missile RANS and DSMC
C. Rosema, Army Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering M. Conway, S. Maghsoudy-Louyeh,
Research Development and Engineering Center, Redstone Arsenal, AL P. Zittel, P. Sheaffer, The Aerospace
Center, Redstone Arsenal, AL Corporation, El Segundo, CA
Thursday, 8 June 2017
344-MDO-16 Aeroelastic and Aero-Structures Optimization II Directors Row I
Chaired by: G. KENNEDY, Georgia Institute of Technology and F. ENGELSEN, The Boeing Company
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs
AIAA-2017-4320 AIAA-2017-4321 AIAA-2017-4322 AIAA-2017-4323 AIAA-2017-4324
Static Aeroelastic Optimization of Global-local Aeroelastic Framework for Multifidelity MDO/MSO of Slender Thin Walled Aeroelastic Modelling and Testing of
Aircraft Wing with Multiple Surfaces Optimization of Internal Structure Aeroelastic Vehicle Design Box Beam Model a Thin Laminated Composite Missile
W. Zhao, R. Kapania, Virginia Polytechnic of Transport Aircraft wing Optimization F. Danzi, G. Frulla, E. Cestino, Technical Fin/Wing
Institute and State University, Blacksburg, M. Jrad, S. De, R. Kapania, Virginia D. Bryson, M. Rumpfkeil, University of Dayton, University of Turin, Turin, Italy; J. Gibert, G. Aslan, D. Kurtulus, Middle East Technical
VA Polytechnic Institute and State University, Dayton, OH; R. Durscher, Air Force Research Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN University, Ankara, Turkey; S. Kirimlioglu,
Blacksburg, VA Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH Z. Kulunk, ROKETSAN Missile Industries,
Inc., Ankara, Turkey
Thursday, 8 June 2017
345-MDO-17 Aircraft Design Optimization III Directors Row H
Chaired by: P. PIPERNI, Clarkson University
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-4325 AIAA-2017-4326 AIAA-2017-4327 AIAA-2017-4328 AIAA-2017-4329 AIAA-2017-4330
LEAPS: An Initial Assessment Multi-Level MDO of a Long- Aircraft Topology Generation Modeling Operational Variability A Surrogate-Based Multi- Game theory and evolutionary
Towards a Multi-Order Approach to Range Transport Aircraft Using a via Recursive Component Fitting for Robust Multidisciplinay Design Disciplinary Design Optimization algorithms applied to MDO in the
Air Vehicle Mission Analysis Distributed Analysis Framework Operators Optimization Framework Exploiting Wing- AGILE European project
F. Capristan, J. Welstead, NASA Langley S. Goertz, C. Ilic, German Aerospace Center P. Chambers, A. Sobester, University of N. Peteilh, M. Mongeau, French Civil Propeller Interaction P. Della Vecchia, L. Stingo, S. Corcione, D.
Research Center, Hampton, VA (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany; J. Jepsen, Southampton, Southampton, United Aviation University, Toulouse, France; C. C. Alba, A. Elham, Delft University of Ciliberti, F. Nicolosi, A. De Marco, University
German Aerospace Center (DLR), Hamburg, Kingdom Bes, Paul Sabatier University III, Toulouse, Technology, Delft, The Netherlands; B. of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy; et al.
Germany; M. Leitner, German Aerospace France; T. Druot, M. Conderolle-Lestremau, German, Georgia Institute of Technology,
Center (DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany; Airbus, Toulouse, France Atlanta, GA; L. Veldhuis, Delft University of
M. Schulze, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Technology, Delft, The Netherlands
Gttingen, Germany; A. Schuster, German
Aerospace Center (DLR), Braunschweig,
Germany; et al.
Thursday, 8 June 2017
346-MST-8 Multidisciplinary Modeling and Simulation Applications Plaza Court 6
Chaired by: C. REYNERSON and B. APONSO, NASA Ames Research Center
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-4331 AIAA-2017-4332 AIAA-2017-4333 AIAA-2017-4334 AIAA-2017-4335 AIAA-2017-4336
The use of Simulation Tools to Flight Mechanical Modelling Continuing the Development of a A Spatial Model for Misleading Optimizing Intermodal Traffic A Multi-disciplinary Optimization
Estimate Ship-Helicopter Operating considering Flexibility and Flight Physics-Based Weight (PBWeight) Intelligent Air based Threats Management Involving Airports and Design Method for Airborne
Limitations Control Functions in Preliminary Prediction Tool for Conceptual A. Ramezani, Malek-Ashtar University of Railway using Forecast and What-if Radome
J. Pereira Figueira, A. Taghizad, ONERA, Aircraft Design Design: Build 2 Technology, Tehran, Iran; M. Malek, Khajeh Capability J. Deng, G. Zhou, Nanjing University of
Salon de Provence, France; M. Abid, V. Krishnamurthy, R. Luckner, Technical T. Winter, B. Scheneman, D. Fung, P. Nasir Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, O. Milbredt, F. Rudolph, E. Grunewald, Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing,

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Aix-Marseille University, Salon de Provence, University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany Chung, M4 Engineering, Inc., Long Iran; H. Sahami, R. Hosnavi, Malek-Ashtar German Aerospace Center (DLR), China
France Beach, CA University of Technology, Tehran, Iran Braunschweig, Germany
Thursday, 8 June 2017
347-TFM-11 Theoretical Aerodynamics Spruce
Chaired by: Z. RUSAK, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs
AIAA-2017-4337 AIAA-2017-4338 AIAA-2017-4339 AIAA-2017-4340
The Stall of Airfoils with Blunt Noses Approximate Hessian for Accelerated Non-circulatory fluid forces on Towards a Low-Order Model for
at Low to Moderately High Reynolds Convergence of Aerodynamic Shape panels and airfoils with porosity Transonic Flutter Prediction
Numbers Optimization Problems gradients M. Opgenoord, M. Drela, K. Willcox,
M. Kraljic, Z. Rusak, Rensselaer Polytechnic D. Shi-Dong, S. Nadarajah, McGill R. Hajian, J. Jaworski, Lehigh University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Institute, Troy, NY University, Montral, Canada Bethlehem, PA Cambridge, MA

Thursday, 8 June 2017


348-TP-8 Hypersonics and Thermal Management Plaza Court 5
Chaired by: W. TSAI, California State University, Maritime Academy and C. SMITH, Orbital ATK
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs
AIAA-2017-4341 AIAA-2017-4342 AIAA-2017-4343 AIAA-2017-4344 AIAA-2017-4345 AIAA-2017-4346
Effect of transport coefficients Post-Shock Temperature and CO Influence of Surface Chemistry on Venus Lander Electronics Payload Prediction of Cool-Down Time of a Electro-thermal analysis of an Al-Ti
modeling on hypersonic non- Number Density Measurements in Continuum Breakdown in High- Thermal Management Using a Solid Rocket Motor by a Surrogate multilayer thin film microheater for
equilibrium flow simulations CO and CO2 Speed Chemically Reacting Flows Multi-stage Refrigeration System Model MEMS thruster application
X. Wang, University of Alabama, M. MacDonald, Jacobs, Moffett Field, CA; S. Subramaniam, K. Stephani, University of K. Anderson, C. McNamara, California State C. Tola, M. Nikbay, Istanbul Technical X. Li, Y. Huang, X. Xu, D. Xiao, W. Yao,
Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa, AL A. Brandis, B. Cruden, Analytical Mechanics Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL Polytechnic University, Pomona, Pomona, University, Istanbul, Turkey National University of Defense Technology,
Associates, Inc., Moffett Field, CA CA; A. Gatti, Ingenium Technical Services, Changsha, China
Inc., San Gabriel, CA
Thursday, 8 June 2017
349-TP-9 Advanced and Multiphase Modeling Plaza Court 4
Chaired by: E. SHORT, Raytheon Company and S. SHERIF, University of Florida and P. CROSS, NAVAIR WD
1400 hrs 1430 hrs 1500 hrs 1530 hrs 1600 hrs 1630 hrs 1700 hrs
AIAA-2017-4347 AIAA-2017-4348 AIAA-2017-4349 AIAA-2017-4350 AIAA-2017-4351 AIAA-2017-4352 Oral Presentation
Construction of Finite Rate Surface Comprehensive Studies on Rarefied Analysis of Smoke-Aerosol Comparison of Image Preprocessing Studies on Radiation Effects on Evaluation of an Eulerian- A Novel Energy-Based
Chemistry Models From Molecular Jet and Jet Impingement Flows with Formation in Pressurized Turbulent Methods for Fuel Droplet Pre-ignition Heat Flux Distribution Lagrangian Spray Atomization Aerthermoviscoelastic Modeling
Beam Experimental Data Gaskinetic Methods Kerosene/Air Flames Using Characterization. in SRMs with Non-Uniform Port (ELSA) Model for Nozzle Flow: Frame for Multiple-field System
K. Swaminathan Gopalan, K. Stephani, C. Cai, X. He, Michigan Technological Different Soot Models C. Jourdain, J. Weiss, P. Seers, University of Geometry Modeling of Coupling Between Dynamic Investigations, Bond
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, University, Houghton, MI M. Darbandi, M. Ghafourizadeh, M. Saidi, Qubec, Montral, Canada A. Sekar, V. Natarajan, P. T R, N. Murugan, Dense and Disperse Regions Graph Approach
Urbana, IL Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, V. Saravanan, V. S, Kumaraguru College of T. Leung, C. Groth, University of Toronto, A. Zanj, F. He, Flinders University, Adelaide,
Iran; G. Schneider, University of Waterloo, Technology, Coimbatore, India; et al. Toronto, Canada; J. Hu, Pratt & Whitney, Australia; P. Breedveld, University of
Waterloo, Canada Toronto, Canada Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

Thursday, 8 June 2017


350-CASE-5 Complexity in Aviation Roundtable Governors Square 14
1600 - 1730 hrs
This fast-paced session is open to all AVIATION/CASE 2017 attendees. The purpose of this facilitated session is to provide a high-level overview in rapid-fire format of what the best minds in system complexity are thinking about and/or working on. The session is a discussion-
based roundtable format with 10-minute time slots for CASE Scholars and any others who wish to explain new ideas, philosophies, breakthroughs, studies to an interactive audience on the topic of complexity in aviation. The time slots are assigned just before the roundtable
begins. After a brief overview, the presenter will ask for discussion points or questions from the audience. Once time is called, the next presenter will take the stage, and so on. This is a great capstone activity to CASE 2017.

Chair: Javier Calvo-Amodio, Assistant Professor, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Oregon State University
Thursday, 8 June 2017
351-NW-15 Networking Coffee Break Meeting Room Foyers
1600 - 1630 hrs
Thursday, 8 June 2017

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352-LECT-10 Chanute Flight Test Award Lecture Grand Ballroom I
1730 - 1830 hrs
Flight Test and Automation
Lt. Col. William R. Gray III
U.S. Air Force (retired), Chief Test Pilot, U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School, Edwards AFB
Thursday, 8 June 2017
353-CASE-6