Fabrizio Errico

Fabrizio Errico « Aerodynamic loading of periodic structures »

Education and Training

MSc in Aerospace Engineering
University of Naples Federico II 2014-2016 Aeroelasticity and Fluid-Structure Interaction, FE Analysis, Aircraft Structure Dynamics and Stability, Avionics, Flight Dynamics and Simulation. International Course in “Leadership and agility in Complex Environments” Italian Air Force Academy 2015 Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering University of Naples Federico II, Department of industrial Engineering 2011-2014 – 2 Scholarships and one Academic mention for “excellence and promptness” in Academics – Aircrafts Design, Stress Analysis, Flight Mechanics, Aerodynamics, Propulsion systems, Numerical analysis, CAD Modelling  

Background

High-School Graduation at “G.Mercalli“ High-School, Naples, grade 100/100 2011 Cambridge ESOL FIRST Certificate in English achieved 2010

Professional Experience

Leading Returning Officer, European and Regional State Election, Naples 2014

The ESR2 will consider developments achieved in UniNa concerning modal aspects of the stochastic response and developments ongoing at ECL considering equivalent sources.  Precisely, the main steps of the ESR2 work will be the following:1 – Modal approaches and transformation of the pressure distribution applied to periodic structures. This comprises the modeling, the sensitivity analysis versus relevant quantities including the periodicity features and the frequency domain under interest.2 – Energy approaches and definition of the equivalent deterministic loading applied to periodic structures. This includes parametric studies with relevant quantities.3 – Convergence studies between modal approaches and energy approaches. Reciprocal spectral enrichments and validity domain assessments for periodic structures.Deep interest in both the experimental and numerical aspects of structure dynamics. This is a chance to enlarge the knowledge on how to handle spatially correlated sources in broad band, allowing the aerodynamic response of periodic structures to be efficiently estimated.

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