Next-generation aircraft must be cleaner, quieter, and more fuel efficient to reduce their environmental impact. At the Concordia Computational Aerodynamics Laboratory we research, implement, and demonstrate the capabilities of novel computational tools that can be used for aerodynamic analysis and design. Our objective is to provide these cutting edge tools to the aerospace industry, enabling them to design optimal aircraft with reduced environmental impact.
A new explicit approach for stiff systems.Read More
Optimal Time Stepping for Incompressible Flows.Read More
Checkout our new PhD and MASc students!Read More
Checkout our new Paired Explicit Runge-Kutta (P-ERK) approach for solving stiff systems of equations using novel families of explicit schemes.Read More
Read our recent new paper which explores optimal Runge-Kutta schemes designed for dual time-stepping for incompressible flows on GPUS.Read More
Read our recent paper showing significant accuracy and performance benefits of high-order methods on GPUs relative to industry standard tools.Read More
Checkout our Supercomputing paper using Python at petascale to design next-generation green aviation technologies.Read More
Our new article on fully discrete flux reconstruction schemes in Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering.Read More
New properties for high-order large eddy simulation in our Journal of Computational Physics paper on energy stable flux reconstruction schemes.Read More
Recent and upcoming lectures from CAL members.
A High-Order Unstructured Solver for Fluid Structure Interaction using the Flux Reconstruction Approach. B.C Vermeire, Austin, Texas, July 28 - August 1, 2019.
One keynote and four contributed presentations during the conference. CFDSC 2019, London, Canada, 11-15 June, 2019.
Six contributed presnetations during the conference. CASI AERO 2019, Laval, Canada, 7-9 May, 2018.
Some recent images and videos from the lab.