Jorge has a PhD in Aerospace Engineering from the Politechnical University of Madrid. He is currently a senior research engineer at the computational aerodynamic branch of INTA (National Institute of Aerospace Technology) in Spain. His work is related with CFD development and application to external aerodynamics. He has participated in several European research projects related with high lift aerodynamics.
Lattice-Boltzmann simulation of a deflecting Krueger device
We present results obtained with Xflow software to predict the unsteady aerodynamics of a moving Krueger device.
Laminar flow wing technology requires specific high-lift concepts in order to keep the flow on the upper surface unperturbed in cruise conditions. One possible solution is to replace the classical slat element by a folded Krueger device. In this talk, we show preliminary results of the application of the Lattice-Boltzmann software Xflow to the prediction of the unsteady aerodynamic flow present during deployment/retraction of a Krueger device.
The results presented in this talk have been obtained within the EU-project UHURA, which is dedicated to the validation of flow simulation methodologies for the prediction of moving high-lift devices.
Ismael RIVERO attended the Polytechnic University of Madrid to complete his aeronautical engineering degree; simultaneously, he started an internship at Airbus in the Defence and Space division. After graduating, Ismael continued his journey with Airbus as a structural analysis engineer. Receiving
many opportunities to contribute exciting aeronautical projects both in the commercial and military fields, such as A400M, A330-MRTT, A380 and A320neo.
Since 2012, he has become experienced using SIMULIA products. Since then, he has become an intensive user of its structural analysis portfolio, especially Abaqus, performing a variety of simulations for structural response, fatigue, fracture mechanics, and failure of aeronautical structures.
Ismael has attended and presented several papers in simulation and aeronautical engineering forums such as SIMULIA users’ conferences, NAFEMS World Congress and ICAS Symposia. He believes in inspiring industry transformation through a robust and connected community of simulation engineers is a key need.
Behavioral modelling for Virtual Fatigue Testing of Additive Manufacturing Parts for aerospace applications
A Virtual Fatigue Testing environment for Additive Manufacturing metallic parts will be presented. Continuum Damage Mechanics simulations are used at the defect and coupon scales, in order to predict the effect of AM defects over fatigue strength.
Sasa DRAGAS received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from the School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia, in 1991 and 2012, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree in information technologies and mobile networks from the University of Cantabria,
Santander, Spain, in 2017.
He has 30 years of experience in the microwave and radio communications industries. He has been with Sener Aerospace [formerly RYMSA (TRYO Group)], Madrid, Spain, since 2017.His interests include phased array antenna systems, satellite-on-the move communications, radar antennatechnologies, and passive microwave circuits.
Everyday Troubleshooting with CST
This presentation shows the several unusual cases from area of air-traffic control radar antennas and how to mitigate risk due to very short time in making a relatively complex system without possibility to make any intermediate step and to spot critical points as well as treatment of a last-minute client unexpected request.
The second part of the presentation depicts a significant progress in high power RF application for the
future nuclear fusion plant in Granada.
Eloy has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Vigo. He joined Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA in 2012. His previous roles include technical consulting and training for customers of several industries in Central Europe, based in Vienna, Austria, and specializing in structural analysis and process automation & design exploration. Since 2019, he is in charge of the SIMULIA business in Spain and Portugal, based in Madrid.
Eloy is also a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien (Austria), where he teaches courses on finite element analysis and the strength of materials.
Javier RODRIGUEZ has a PhD in Civil Engineering and one degree in Mathematics. He joined the Spanish firm Principia in 2003, where he has worked in the numerical solution of many types of mechanical and structural problems. He is currently the Technical Director of the company.
Francisco MARTINEZ is the SIMULIA R&D Technology Director in charge of CFD solutions on 3DEXPERIENCE platform and XFlow. He has been working on CFD simulation for the past 9 years, first as head of XFlow solver and since 2018 covering also the finite volume solvers.
Originally a Mechanical Engineer, he spent 8 years doing research in astrophysics and cosmological large-scale structure formation with computer simulations before eventually joining the XFlow team in 2012.
Ignacio Gonzalez-MARTINO has a PhD in Fluid Dynamics and a MSc in Aerospace Engineering. He has worked in several projects for the aerospace industry at Exa Corporation since 2014. He has developed a strong expertise on aerodynamics, aeroacoustics and thermal management of aircraft/VTOLs propulsive systems.
In 2018, he started working at Dassault Systèmes as a SIMULIA Consultant Engineer and, since 2020, he is Senior Manager of a Worldwide SIMULIA technical team for Fluid applications.
Jorge GINES accumulates more than 15 years of experience as a CFD user in T&M and A&D industry. During this period, he has been applying different Computational Fluid Dynamics codes to solve design-engineering problems in Vehicle Aerodynamics, Motorsport, Thermal Management or Cabin Comfort in companies such as SEAT, VW, AUDI, Ford or Airbus.
After that period, he jumped to the software industry working in different projects on the business development side. From open source initiatives to proprietary initiatives like XFlow through which he finally joined Dassault Systemes as Senior Portfolio Manager in the Fluids Team.