Assessment of High-Temperature Effects on Hypersonic Aerothermoelastic Analysis using Multi-Fidelity Multi-Variate Surrogates
AffiliationUniversity of Arizona
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CitationSadagopan, A., Huang, D., Duzel, U., Martin, L. E., & Hanquist, K. M. (2021). Assessment of High-Temperature Effects on Hypersonic Aerothermoelastic Analysis using Multi-Fidelity Multi-Variate Surrogates. In AIAA Scitech 2021 Forum (p. 1610).
JournalAIAA Scitech 2021 Forum
RightsCopyright © 2021 by Aravinth Sadagopan, Daning Huang, Ümran Düzel, Martin E. Liza, Kyle M. Hanquist. Published by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc., with permission.
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AbstractThis study investigates the impact of the high-temperature effect, esp. the real gas effect and the chemical reactions, on hypersonic aerothermodynamic solutions of double cone and double wedge configurations, as well as the aerothermoelastic behavior of a double wedge configuration in hypersonic flow. First, a high-temperature computational fluid dynamics code was benchmarked and correlated with experimental results, emphasizing the impact of high-temperature effects as well as turbulence modeling on heat flux prediction. Subsequently, an aerothermal surrogate based on the multi-fidelity Gaussian process regression method was developed. The model achieves a balance between model accuracy and computational cost of sample generation, using the combination of a few high-fidelity sample and many low-fidelity samples. Finally, the new aerothermal surrogate was applied to study the impact of the hightemperature effect on the aerothermoelastic response of a hypersonic skin panel, emphasizing the necessity of the accurate characterization of the localized heat flux for reasonable assessment of the response of a compliant structure in high-speed high-temperature flowfield.
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