Assistant Professor, Department of Aeronautical Engineering Nehru Institute of Technology, Coimbatore.
Many airfoils have been developed for aircraft, most notably the old NACA airfoils. New airfoils can also provide less obvious advantages. Airfoils can be designed to exhibit more docile stall characteristics, for example. Such characteristics improve the flying qualities of aircraft and reduce the loads on wind-turbine and fan blades. Airfoils can also be designed to produce maximum lifts that are essentially unaffected by roughness. This characteristic leads to increased flight safety for aircraft, consistent peak power for wind turbines, and reliable operation for fans. The main theme or goal of this experimentation is to obtain the expected lift characteristics of the newly designed circulation control airfoils by varying the thickness, basically reduced in accordance with the GACC conventional dual radius circulation control airfoil about 0.25% to each airfoil’s thickness and finding out the airfoil attaining maximum altitude with the help of a solidworks and solidworks simulation. New airfoils will increase your profits and your customers' profits. Let's examine the economics for three different applications: aircraft, wind turbines, and fans. The cost of the airfoil design is trivial compared to the economic benefits of the new technology. For example, the cost of tailoring an airfoil to a singleengine airplane is less than 0.1 percent of the cost of bringing that airplane to production, yet the new airfoil determines to a large extent the airplane's performance and handling. For larger aircraft, the cost-benefit ratio is even better because the relative cost is lower; for smaller aircraft, the ratio is also better because the relative benefit is larger. For wind turbines, the cost of the airfoil design is less than five percent of the annualenergy increase. In other words, the increased energy production will pay for the airfoil design within the turbine's first month of operation. For fans, the cost-benefit ratio is similar. Computer simulation has become an essential part of science and engineering. Digital analysis of components, in particular, is important when developing new products or optimizing designs. Today a broad spectrum of options for simulations available; researchers use everything from basic programming languages to various high-level packages implementing advanced methods. Computer simulation has become an essential part of science and engineering. Digital analysis of components, in particular, is important when developing new products or optimizing designs. Today a broad spectrum of options for simulations available; researchers use everything from basic programming languages to various high-level packages implementing advanced methods. Though each of these techniques has its own unique attributes, they all share a common concern: When considering what makes software reliable, it‟s helpful to remember the goal a computer simulation environment is simply a translation of real world physical laws into their virtual form.