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Corkery, SJ and Babinsky, H and Harvey, JK () On the development and early observations from a towing tank-based transverse wing–gust encounter test . Holger Babinsky of University of Cambridge, Cambridge (Cam) with expertise in: Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace. Professor Holger Babinsky. Do you feel there’s something UNNATURAL about a giant plane being held up by thin air? If so, you owe it to yourself to discover the.

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High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering ‘ The 22nd International Symposium on Shock Waves, — to Departments and Institutes Department of Engineering: Oorebeek, JM and Babinsky, H Flow physics of a normal-hole bled supersonic turbulent boundary layer.

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Babinsky, H The aerodynamics of micro-air vehicles. This is building on experience gathered over many years in the field of Formula 1 aerodynamics. We may use cookies to record some preference settings and to analyse how you use our web site. Typical research projects revolve around applications such as Formula 1, micro-air vehicles flapping wingsvertical axis wind turbines, shock control for transonic wings and supersonic engine inlets.

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holgwr Babinsky, H and Edwards, JA Quantitative heat transfer measurements using liquid crystal thermographs in short duration hypersonic flow. Flow control for transonic aircraft wings; aerodynamic improvements of long-haul road freight vehicles; investigation of transonic aircraft engine inlets at high angles of attack. Cambridge Univ Pr. About research at Cambridge.

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Harvey, the only textbook dedicated to SBLIs. Corkery, SJ and Babinsky, H and Harvey, JK On the development and early observations from a towing tank-based transverse wing—gust encounter test rig. Groups within the Division.

Babinsky, H The aerodynamic performance of paragliders. Babinsky, H and Edwards, JA On the incipient separation of a turbulent hypersonic boundary layer.

I have read and understood this message. Advances in Simulation of Wing and Nacelle Stall: Jones, AR and Babinsky, H Reynolds number effects on leading edge vortex development on a waving wing.

Journal of Aircraft, About research at Babjnsky. Research interests Professor Babinsky’s research is concerned with fundamental and applied aerodynamics with application to aeronautics, road vehicles and energy production.

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Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, International students Continuing education Executive and professional education Courses in education. Corkery, S and Babinsky, H and Harvey, J Response of a flat plate wing to a transverse gust at low reynolds numbers. Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics, Departments and Institutes Fluids: Koike, S and Babinsky, H Effect of vortex generators on corner flow separation caused by shock wave-boundary-layer interaction.

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Oorebeek, JM and Babinsky, H Bleed and vortex generator effectiveness for separation prevention in a transonic diffuser.

Experiments in Fluids, Holden, HA and Babinsky, H Separated shock-boundary-layer interaction control using streamwise slots. Yang, J-M and Babinsky, H and Takayama, K Holographic interferometric animation of shock diffraction and reflection using a highly repeatable shock tube. Oorebeek, JM and Babinsky, H and Ugolotti, M and Orkwis, P and Duncan, S Comparison of experimental and bwbinsky flow structure investigations of a normal-hole bled supersonic boundary layer.

Ogawa, H and Babinsky, H Evaluation of wave drag reduction by flow control. Titchener, N and Babinsky, H A review of the use of vortex generators for mitigating shock-induced separation. Babinskh Interests My research is primarily experimental, although I do combine this with analytical methods and occasionally CFD.

His research is predominantly experimental but includes theoretical and numerical studies, often in collaboration with other groups across the globe.