Browse Publications Technical Papers 2022-26-0015
2022-05-26

Mathematical Modeling & Simulation of Thermal Heat Load for Cabin & Cockpit of Aerial Vehicle 2022-26-0015

The thermal heat load requirement for the cabin and the cockpit of aerial vehicle varies with various conditions comprises of altitudes and different weather conditions. The mapping of the heat load w.r.t. the above conditions is a complex phenomenon, which involves difficult mathematical modeling. The aerodynamic design of the aerial vehicle allows the flow of ambient air to contribute in the cabin and cockpit heat load along with passengers, pilots & co-pilots heat load at various weather conditions.
The current study considers the mathematical modeling of the cabin and cockpit of aerial vehicle w.r.t. various weather conditions and altitudes and simulate the heat load requirements. The estimation of the heat load plays a key role in thermal management systems of the aerial vehicle for both the cabin and cockpit. The objective of this study is to highlight the importance of heat load requirement of the aerial vehicle and methods to simulate it.

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