Computational Aerodynamics Lab

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.

News

New Time-Stepping Paper

Optimal Schemes for Incompressible Flows.

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PhD Positions

Fully-funded PhD position now available.

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Masters Positions

Fully-funded MSc position now available.

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Recent Publications

High-Order Methods on GPUs

Read our recent paper showing some accuracy and performance benefits of high-order methods on GPUs relative to industry standard tools.

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Green Aviation

Checkout our Supercomputing paper using Python at petascale to design next-generation green aviation technologies.

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Fully Discrete Schemes

Our new article on fully discrete flux reconstruction schemes in Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering.

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Energy Stable Schemes

New properties for high-order large eddy simulation in our Journal of Computational Physics paper on energy stable flux reconstruction schemes.

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Implicit Large Eddy Simulation

Read our new research on the utility of flux reconstruction schemes for implicit large eddy simulation of complex turbulent flows.

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Heterogeneous Computing

Checkout our Computers & Fluids article on heterogeneous computing running simulations concurrently on GPUs and CPUs.

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The Latest

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Lectures

Recent and upcoming lectures from CAL members.

USNCCM 2019

A High-Order Unstructured Solver for Fluid Structure Interaction using the Flux Reconstruction Approach. B.C Vermeire, Austin, Texas, July 28 - August 1, 2019.

CFDSC 2019

One keynote and four contributed presentations during the conference. CFDSC 2019, London, Canada, 11-15 June, 2019.

CASI AERO 2019

Six contributed presnetations during the conference. CASI AERO 2019, Laval, Canada, 7-9 May, 2018.

Media

Some recent images and videos from the lab.

Stalled SD7003 Airfoil

Turbulent Circular Cylinder

T106D Turbine Cascade

Contact Details

Computational Aerodynamics Laboratory
Department of Mech. & Ind. Engineering
1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W. Room EV4.241
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
H3G 1M8

P: (514) 848-2424 ext. 3743