The programme of the AFLoNext sessions is available here.
The programme of the conference is available here.
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AFLoNext WP2 targets local flow separation control
at local areas of the wing to improve the low-speed performance. The first area
addressed is the wing/pylon/engine junction, where the interruption of the
leading edge high-lift device causes an early flow separation limiting the wing
performance that is even more pronounced as engine diameters grow for the sake
of fuel reduction. The second area is the wing tip region, as the
implementation of more sophisticated wing tip shapes prevent the inclusion of a
AFLoNext WP5 addresses flow control in the cruise
regime for stabilizing the shock-boundary layer interaction for buffet control.