1) Desenvolupar activitats de recerca i transferència de tecnologia i obtenir resultats que aportin un progrés en els àmbits de les enginyeries aeronàutica i industrial. Aquest objectiu es basa en el fet del potencial multidisciplinari que, tant en recursos humans com materials, té l'ETSEIT, així com en el potencial aeronàutic que, com a conseqüència de la impartició de la nova titulació d'Enginyeria Aeronàutica, està assolint. Aquest grup de recerca permetrà alhora que tot el nou personal docent i d'investigació de l'àrea de coneixement d'Enginyeria Aeroespacial que s'incorpori a l'Escola (aquest PDI tindrà adscripció orgànica i funcional a l'Escola) pugui tenir el marc i la infraestructura adequats per a la recerca. 2) Facilitar la recerca al personal docent i d'investigació de l'ETSEIT. L'existència d'aquest grup, dirigit i tutelat per l'Escola, permet que ningú que vulgui estar integrat en un grup de recerca no quedi marginat, ja que es tracta d'un grup obert a tot el PDI de l'ETSEIT. 3) Establir col·labo

http://futur.upc.edu/L'AIRE

The group's aims are the following: 1) To carry out research and technology transfer activities. To achieve results that contribute to the progress of the fields of aeronautical and industrial engineering. These objectives are supported by the multidisciplinary potential, both in terms of human resources and material, of the ETSEIT, as well as the expertise in aeronautics that has been made available by the introduction of the new degree in this field. The research group will ensure that all of the School?s new academic and research staff in the field of aeronautical engineering will have an adequate framework and infrastructure in which to carry out their research. 2) To promote and facilitate the academic and research staff?s work. The group, which is directed and supervised by the School, is open to all staff members who wish to participate. 3) To collaborate with other research groups at the ETSEIT and at UPC in general. The ETSEIT holds a privileged position that enables it to unite forces, particularly

http://futur.upc.edu/L'AIRE

The group's aims are the following: 1) To carry out research and technology transfer activities. To achieve results that contribute to the progress of the fields of aeronautical and industrial engineering. These objectives are supported by the multidisciplinary potential, both in terms of human resources and material, of the ETSEIT, as well as the expertise in aeronautics that has been made available by the introduction of the new degree in this field. The research group will ensure that all of the School?s new academic and research staff in the field of aeronautical engineering will have an adequate framework and infrastructure in which to carry out their research. 2) To promote and facilitate the academic and research staff?s work. The group, which is directed and supervised by the School, is open to all staff members who wish to participate. 3) To collaborate with other research groups at the ETSEIT and at UPC in general. The ETSEIT holds a privileged position that enables it to unite forces, particularly

http://futur.upc.edu/L'AIRE

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  • Geosynchronous inclined orbits for high-latitude communications 

    Fantino, Elena; Flores Le Roux, Roberto Maurice; Di Carlo, Marilena; Di Salvo, Alessio; Cabot Soler, Elisenda (2017-11-01)
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    We present and discuss a solution to the growing demand for satellite telecommunication coverage in the high-latitude geographical regions (beyond 55°N), where the signal from geostationary satellites is limited or ...
  • Nonlinear loads model for harmonics flow prediction, using multivariate regression 

    Lamich Arocas, Manuel; Balcells Sendra, Josep; Corbalán Fuertes, Montserrat; Griful Ponsati, Eulàlia (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2017-06)
    Article
    Accés obert
    This paper describes a method for obtaining a model of a single or a set of nonlinear loads (NLL) connected to a certain point of an electrical network. The basic assumption is that the network supplying the NLL has ...
  • Fluidic actuator performance variation via internal dimensions modifications 

    Baghaei, Masoud; Bergadà Granyó, Josep Maria; Campo Sud, David del (2017)
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    When aimed to modify the downstream vortex shedding of a given bluff body, whether any road vehicle or wing profile, the use of Active Flow Control (AFC) appears to be an efficient technology. Among the different (AFC) ...
  • Influence of data resolution in nonlinear loads model for harmonics prediction 

    Balcells Sendra, Josep; Lamich Arocas, Manuel; Griful Ponsati, Eulàlia; Corbalán Fuertes, Montserrat (2016)
    Article
    Accés obert
    This paper describes the influence of data resolution in the agreement of models to predict harmonics generated by nonlinear loads (NLL), basically formed by single phase and three phase rectifiers, eventually combined ...
  • A-posteriori error estimation for the finite point method with applications to compressible flow 

    Ortega, Enrique; Flores Le Roux, Roberto Maurice; Oñate Ibáñez de Navarra, Eugenio; Idelsohn Barg, Sergio Rodolfo (2017-04-03)
    Article
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    An a-posteriori error estimate with application to inviscid compressible flow problems is presented. The estimate is a surrogate measure of the discretization error, obtained from an approximation to the truncation terms ...
  • In situ particle zeta potential evaluation in electroosmotic flows from time-resolved microPIV measurements 

    Sureda Anfres, Miquel; Miller, Andrew; Diez, F. J. (2012-09-10)
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    A time-resolved microPIV method is presented to measure in an EOF the particles zeta potential in situ during the transient start-up of a microdevice. The method resolves the electrophoretic velocity of fluoro-spheres used ...
  • Research on fluidic amplifiers dimensional modifications via computer simulation (CFD) 

    Baghaei, Masoud; Bergadà Granyó, Josep Maria; Campo Sud, David del; Campo Gatell, Vanessa del (Istanbul Tecnical University, 2016)
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    When studying active flow control applications, it is already stated that activating the boundary layer via using periodic flow produces better performance than when employing steady blowing or sucking. This is why studying ...
  • Successes and challenges of a collaborative-PBL program in engineering degrees 

    González Vila, Joaquin; Font Andreu, Jorge; Salán Ballesteros, Maria Núria; García-Almiñana, Daniel; Ortiz Marzo, José Antonio; Mudarra López, Miguel; Griful Ponsati, Eulàlia (2012-02-02)
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    This paper presents an extracurricular program called INSPIRE3 that has been implemented by the ETSEIAT (Escola Tècnica Superior d’Enginyeries Industrial i Aeronàutica de Terrassa), a center belonging to the UPC-BarcelonaTech ...
  • Ram-air parachute simulation with panel methods and staggered coupling 

    Ortega, Enrique; Flores Le Roux, Roberto Maurice; Pons Prats, Jordi (2016-09-07)
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  • Reliability versus mass optimization of CO2 extraction technologies for long duration missions 

    Detrell Domingo, Gisela; Griful Ponsati, Eulàlia; Messerschmid, Ernst (2016-06-01)
    Article
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    The aim of this paper is to optimize reliability and mass of three CO2 extraction technologies/components: the 4-Bed Molecular Sieve, the Electrochemical Depolarized Concentrator and the Solid Amine Water Desorption. The ...
  • Review of Lambert's problem 

    Torre Sangrà, David de la; Fantino, Elena (2015)
    Comunicació de congrés
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    Lambert’s problem is the orbital boundary-value problem constrained by two points and elapsed time. It is one of the most extensively studied problems in celestial mechanics and astrodynamics, and, as such, it has always ...
  • Analysis of perturbations and station-keeping requirements in highly-inclined geosynchronous orbits 

    Fantino, Elena; Flores Le Roux, Roberto Maurice; Di Salvo, Alessio; Di Carlo, Marilena (2015)
    Text en actes de congrés
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    There is a demand for communications services at high latitudes that is not well served by conventional geostationary satellites. Alternatives using low-altitude orbits require too large constellations. Other options are ...

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