Hung Dinh Truong

Hung Dinh Truong
University of Strasbourg | UNISTRA

PhD

About

14
Publications
4,603
Reads
How we measure 'reads'
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more
14
Citations

Publications

Publications (14)
Chapter
The flow around the Leonardo Next-Generation Civil Tiltrotor aircraft (NGCTR-TD) is examined in the European research programme CleanSky AFC4TR 'Active Flow Control for Tilt-Rotor aircraft" N° 886718, with the main objective to investigate the use of Active Flow Control Zero Net Mass Flux (ZNMF). This work focuses on the optimization of different p...
Conference Paper
View Video Presentation: https://doi.org/10.2514/6.2022-3238.vid This paper discusses the physical dynamics of the use of the Active Flow Control (AFC) actuators embedded in a Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) aircraft. Results of High-Fidelity numerical simulations are examined at near stall conditions. Different approaches of AFC are proposed...
Conference Paper
This study examines the physical dynamics of the use of the Active Flow Control (AFC) devices embedded inside a high-lift configuration wing-flap system. The flap is highly deflected and cambered using morphing surfaces, a separation of the flow occurs at approximately 60 % of the flap's chord leading to an important loss of the aerodynamic efficie...
Preprint
Insect wings can undergo significant deformation during flapping motion owing to inertial, elastic and aerodynamic forces. Changes in shape then alter aerodynamic forces, resulting in a fully coupled Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) problem. Here, we present detailed three-dimensional FSI simulations of deformable blowfly (Calliphora vomitoria) wi...
Conference Paper
Full-text available
View Video Presentation: https://doi.org/10.2514/6.2022-1545.vid Novel techniques to reduce the negative effects of modern aviation on the environment have been studied for several decades. Among these techniques, one can mention the morphing of the lifting surfaces of an aircraft (wing and flaps), which allows to reduce the weight by removing some...
Article
Insect wings can undergo significant deformation during flapping motion owing to inertial, elastic and aerodynamic forces. Changes in shape then alter aerodynamic forces, resulting in a fully coupled Fluid-Structure Interaction (FSI) problem. Here, we present detailed three-dimensional FSI simulations of deformable blowfly (Calliphora vomitoria) wings...
Article
Insect wings can undergo significant deformationduring flapping motion owing to inertial, elasticand aerodynamic forces. Changes in shape then alter aerodynamic forces, resulting in a fullycoupled fluid–structure interaction (FSI) problem. Here, we present detailed three-dimensionalFSI simulations of deformable blowfly (Calliphora vomitoria) wings...
Chapter
Wing flexibility plays an essential role in the aerodynamic performance of insects due to the considerable deformation of their wings during flight under the impact of inertial and aerodynamic forces. These forces come from the complex wing kinematics of insects. In this study, both wing structural dynamics and flapping wing motion are taken into...
Article
Full-text available
EDITOR'S RECOMMENDATION The flight of insects has enlightened the flying dream of human beings for centuries. Wing flexibility is often used by insects to increase their flight efficiencies. However, the mechanism of the increased efficiencies still remains mysterious. Prof. Kai Schneider's group studies the aerodynamics of a tethered flapping bumb...
Preprint
Full-text available
Wing flexibility plays an essential role in the aerodynamic performance of insects due to the considerable deformation of their wings during flight under the impact of inertial and aerodynamic forces. These forces come from the complex wing kinematics of insects. In this study, both wing structural dynamics and flapping wing motion are taken into a...
Article
The secret to the spectacular flight capabilities of flapping insects lies in their wings, which are often approximated as flat, rigid plates. Real wings are however delicate structures, composed of veins and membranes, and can undergo significant deformation. In the present work, we present detailed numerical simulations of such deformable wings....
Preprint
The secret to the spectacular flight capabilities of flapping insects lies in their wings, which are often approximated as flat, rigid plates. Real wings are however delicate structures, composed of veins and membranes, and can undergo significant deformation. In the present work, we present detailed numerical simulations of such deformable wings....

Network

Cited By

Projects

Project (1)
Project
The objective of the AFC4TR project is to investigate the use of Active Flow Control using pulsed air blowing devices with Zero Net Mass Flux (ZNMF) to control the vortical flow on the Next Generation Civil Tilt Rotor Configuration