Kiril Boychev

Kiril Boychev

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
I am a PhD graduate in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Glasgow, interested in computational aerodynamics and numerical modelling and simulation.

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Publications (10)
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View Video Presentation: https://doi.org/10.2514/6.2022-0416.vid Within the framework of the NATO Science and Technology Organization Applied Vehicle Technology Task Group AVT316 calculations have been made of the supersonic flow around a slender body with wings and fins. In this paper a synthesis of the results obtained using the Reynolds Averaged...
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View Video Presentation: https://doi.org/10.2514/6.2022-1686.vid Predicting the flowfield around a supersonic store at a high incidence angle is challenging due to the presence of vortices and shocks that interact with each other. The complexity of the problem is further increased by the presence of wing-body and wing-tail junctions giving rise to...
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View Video Presentation: https://doi.org/10.2514/6.2022-1176.vid A research program has been underway for four years to study vortex interaction aerodynamics that are relevant to military air vehicle performance. The program has been conducted under the auspices of the NATO Science and Technology Organization (STO), Applied Vehicle Technology (AVT)...
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The flow of high-speed air in ducts may result in the occurrence of multiple shock-wave/boundary-layer interactions. Understanding the consequences of such interactions, which may include distortion of the velocity field, enhanced turbulence production, and flow separation, is of great importance in understanding the operating limits and performanc...
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Shock wave boundary layer interactions occur in many aerospace applications, and of particular interest are the interactions occurring in high-speed intakes. The high-speed intakes aim to decelerate the flow with minimum losses using a series of oblique shocks followed by a weak normal shock. Depending on the state of the boundary layer and on the...
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Shock wave boundary layer interactions occur in many aerospace applications, and of particular interest are the interactions occurring in high-speed intakes. The high-speed intakes aim to decelerate the flow with minimum losses using a series of oblique shocks followed by a weak normal shock. Depending on the state of the boundary layer and on the...
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A parametric study of Multiple Shock Wave Boundary Layer Interactions is presented in this paper. All results were obtained using the Computational Fluid Dynamics Solver of Glasgow University.Such interactions often occur in high-speed intakes, depending on the state of the upstream boundary layer, and can adversely affect the performance of the in...
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Reynolds Averaged Navier Stokes simulation (RANS) using the in-house CFD solver of Glasgow University is utilized to investigate the flow physics and the sensitivity to modelling assumptions of a multiple shock wave turbulent boundary layer interaction in a rectangular duct (M r = 1.61, Re δr = 162000). Such interactions often occur in high-speed i...

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