In-Flight Mixed Phase Ice Accretion Prediction on Finite Wings with TAICE-3D

2017-07-03
Ayan, Erdem
Özgen, Serkan
Mixed phase ice accretion prediction capability of the 3D version of TAICE is presented in this study. First, computational approach while performing numerical analyses is detailed. In this part, the effect of the number of panels used in the chordwise direction and the effect of number of time steps used in the multi-step analyses are discussed. Then, in-flight ice formation results on finite wings are given. COX and TUBS experimental results are used for ice shape comparisons on wing sections in order to validate the tool. Thus, the present study is an effort to extend the previous work on two-dimensional analysis to three dimensions and to predict ice shapes with the new tool.
Citation Formats
E. Ayan and S. Özgen, “In-Flight Mixed Phase Ice Accretion Prediction on Finite Wings with TAICE-3D,” presented at the 7th European Conference for Aeronautics and Space Sciences, (3 - 06 Temmuz 2017), Milan, İtalya, 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/78205.