Eric Charlton

  • Program Years: 1992-1996
  • Academic Institution: University of Michigan
  • Field of Study: Aerospace Engineering
  • Academic Advisor: K.G. Powell
  • Practicum(s):
    NASA - Lewis Research Center (1994)
  • Degree(s):
    Ph.D. Aerospace Engineering and Scientific Computing, University of Michigan, 1997
    M.S.E. Aerospace Engineering, University of Michigan, 1994
    B.S.E. Aerospace Engineering, University of Michigan, 1992

Current Status

  • Status: Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
  • Research Area: Aerodynamics and Computational Fluid Dynamics
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  • Comments

    AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Technical Committee, 2006-2008


    Dissertation: "An Octree Solution to Conservation-laws over Arbitrary Regions (OSCAR) with Applications to Aircraft Aerodynamics", 1997.

    "An Octree Solution to Conservation-laws over Arbitrary Regions (OSCAR) with Applications," Eric Charlton and Kenneth Powell, AIAA 35th Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, January, 1997, AIAA 97-0198

    "Computational Aeroelasticity in High Performance Aircraft Flight Loads," Mike Love, Tony Delagarza, Eric Charlton, and Dan Egle, International Council of Aeronautical Sciences, August, 2000

    "F-16 Conformal Fuel Tank Design for Gunfire with CFD," Eric F. Charlton and Atlee M. Cunningham, Jr., AIAA-2003-3677

    "Many Uses of CFD in JSF Store Separation," Mary Hudson and Eric Charlton, International Aircraft Stores Compatibility Symposium, April, 2006

    "Computational Optimization of the F-35 External Fuel Tank for Store Separation," Eric F. Charlton and M. Bruce Davis, AIAA-2008-0376


    LM Aeronautics Best Paper, 2004
    LM Aeronautics Best Paper, 2009
    AIAA Associate Fellow