In the context of aircraft propulsion using Boundary Layer Ingestion (BLI), the possibility to determine a fast and consistent numerical model for the exploration of the design space can lead to a deep insight on the influence of geometrical and functional design variables on the performance of a propulsor. The present work deals with a parametric CFD analysis of a 2D axisymmetric BLI propulsor, aimed at determining the most promising regions of the design space to be considered for further optimization studies.

Design Exploration for an Axisymmetric Rear BLI Propulsor

Ponza R.;Benini E.
2021

Abstract

In the context of aircraft propulsion using Boundary Layer Ingestion (BLI), the possibility to determine a fast and consistent numerical model for the exploration of the design space can lead to a deep insight on the influence of geometrical and functional design variables on the performance of a propulsor. The present work deals with a parametric CFD analysis of a 2D axisymmetric BLI propulsor, aimed at determining the most promising regions of the design space to be considered for further optimization studies.
2021
AIAA Propulsion and Energy Forum, 2021
978-1-62410-611-8
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