As in all the previous editions, the upcoming Workshop has been designed with and for researchers, technicians, industry representatives, end-users and those with a general interest in the field, with the goal to exchange ideas, advance knowledge and discuss on the following topics:
- Destructive re-entry analysis tools
- Modelling improvements: refinement, verification, validation and comparison of numerical methods for space vehicles destructive re-entry
- Ablation phenomena simulation
- Fragmentation modelling
- Experimental capabilities/measurement techniques
- Material and flow characterization
- Continuum and high altitude regime aerothermodynamics
The format of the event will be a sequential list of presentations of about 20 minutes each, with 5 minutes brief Q&A session per presentation.
Participation is free of charge, but the online registration is required.
CALL FOR ABSTRACT: OPEN
Please note the following deadlines:
20 May 2024: Registration deadline
15 April 2024: Abstract submission deadline
29 April 2024: Abstract selection announcement
24 May 2024: Complete program online
6-7 June 2024: Workshop
THE ATD3 WORKING GROUP
The ATD3 Working Group aims to achieve the following objectives:
- Setting of a framework for verification, validation and comparison of numerical methods for space object reentry simulation tools. It is widely acknowledge that current state of the art tools feature strong modelling assumptions that introduce largely unquantified errors in the simulation deteriorate our capability to perform design for demise. For this reason the WG organizes yearly a test cases collaboration campaign.
- Disseminating recent results within the ATD3 community. Members include academics (in particular PhD students) and experts from industry that can share recent results and on-going activities founded by ESA and CNES.
- Coordinating and discussing future activities. The objective is to get expert opinion from the academic and industry sector regarding future activity in the domain of aerothermodynamics and design for demise.