Mark Drela

Mark Drela

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Professor

Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Research Area

  • #Mechanics
  • #Flow (psychology)
  • #Flutter
  • #Physics
  • #Transonic
  • #Conceptual design
  • #Boundary layer
  • #Prandtl–Glauert transformation
  • #Mesh networking
  • #Viscous flow

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Related papers to
‘ Mechanics ‘ : 2

  • Physics-Based Low-Order Model for Transonic Flutter Prediction

    2018/01

    2.0 Impact Factor

    11 citations

    Max M. J. Opgenoord, Mark Drela, Karen E. Willcox

    DOI : 10.2514/1.J056710

    • #Physics
    • #Mechanics
    • #Flow (psychology)
    • #Flutter
    • #Physics based
    • #Airfoil
    • #Transonic

All papers authored by
‘ Mark Drela ’ : 5

  • Physics-Based Low-Order Model for Transonic Flutter Prediction

    2018/01
    AIAA JOURNAL

    2.0 Impact Factor

    11 citations

    Max M. J. Opgenoord, Mark Drela, Karen E. Willcox

    DOI : 10.2514/1.J056710

    • #Physics
    • #Mechanics
    • #Flow (psychology)
    • #Flutter
    • #Physics based
    • #Airfoil
    • #Transonic

Related papers to
‘ Mechanics ‘ : 2

  • Physics-Based Low-Order Model for Transonic Flutter Prediction

    2018/01
    AIAA JOURNAL

    2.0 Impact Factor

    11 citations

    Max M. J. Opgenoord, Mark Drela, Karen E. Willcox

    DOI : 10.2514/1.J056710

    • #Physics
    • #Mechanics
    • #Flow (psychology)
    • #Flutter
    • #Physics based
    • #Airfoil
    • #Transonic
  • Mesh Topology Preserving Boundary-Layer Adaptivity Method for Steady Viscous Flows

    2017/04
    AIAA JOURNAL

    1.6 Impact Factor

    2 citations

    D. Moro, Ngoc Cuong Nguyen, J. Peraire, Mark Drela

    DOI : 10.2514/1.J054961

    • #Physics
    • #Mechanics
    • #Viscosity
    • #Polygon mesh
    • #Boundary layer
    • #Mesh networking
    • #Viscous flow

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All papers authored by
‘ Mark Drela ’ : 5

  • Physics-Based Low-Order Model for Transonic Flutter Prediction

    2018/01
    AIAA JOURNAL

    2.0 Impact Factor

    11 citations

    Max M. J. Opgenoord, Mark Drela, Karen E. Willcox

    DOI : 10.2514/1.J056710

    • #Physics
    • #Mechanics
    • #Flow (psychology)
    • #Flutter
    • #Physics based
    • #Airfoil
    • #Transonic
  • Influence of Transonic Flutter on the Conceptual Design of Next-Generation Transport Aircraft

    2018/01
    AIAA JOURNAL

    2.0 Impact Factor

    9 citations

    Max M. J. Opgenoord, Mark Drela, Karen E. Willcox

    DOI : 10.2514/1.J057302

    • #Aerospace engineering
    • #Conceptual design
    • #Flutter
    • #Dynamic pressure
    • #Transonic
    • #Aeroelasticity
    • #Lift-to-drag ratio
    • #Prandtl–Glauert transformation

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