Jun 6 – 7, 2024
ESTEC Newton 1&2
Europe/Amsterdam timezone
FINAL PROGRAMME ONLINE

This workshop is organized by the Working Group “ATD3”, managed by ESA and CNES through the ESA Technology Directorate and the CNES Research and Technology Directorate. 

As in all the previous editions, this workshop will be an opportunity for research centres, universities, industries, and space agencies to exchange ideas, advance knowledge and discuss about the following topics:

  • From free-molecular to continuum regime
  • D4D numerical modelling and verification
  • Aero-thermal modelling of destructive re-entries:
    • fragmentation
    • ablation
    • simulation tools and techniques
    • uncertainty quantification
    • re-entry ground testing
  • Test Cases Collaboration Campaign:
    • test cases for the comparison of numerical methods and numerical rebuilding of ground tests

 

The format of the event will be a sequential list of presentations of about 15 minutes each, with 5 minutes brief Q&A session per presentation.

 

WORKSHOP REGISTRATION: CLOSED

The participation to the workshop is free of charge, but the online registration is required. The networking dinner is not included.

If you want to join us for the dinner at the  ZOMERS Beachlub, in Katwijk ann Zee, on June 6th 2024, please register and pay your fee here (by May 20th 31st):

NETWORKING DINNER REGISTRATION: OPEN

Ticket: 45 euros (drinks excluded)

 

CALL FOR ABSTRACT: CLOSED

 

Please note the following deadlines:

31 May 2024: Extended dinner registration deadline

20 May 2024: Registration deadline for the workshop 

29 April 2024: Extended abstract submission deadline

3 May 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.

 

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ESTEC Newton 1&2
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Keplerlaan 1, 2201 AZ Noordwijk
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For further information, please contact:

Chair:

Cristina de Persis

Flight Vehicles and Aerothermodynamics Engineering Section TEC-MPA, on behalf of ESA/ESTEC 

Keplerlaan 1, 2200AG Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 
E-mail :  Cristina.De.Persis@ext.esa.int

 

Co-chair:

Julien Annaloro

CNES, Avenue Edouard Belin, 18, 31055 Toulouse Cedex, France
E-mail : Julien.Annaloro@cnes.fr

 

                  

 

The call for abstracts is open
You can submit an abstract for reviewing.