Presentations from the two AIAA-SciTech 2015 Invited Sessions:
Current Challenges for Computational Fluid Dynamics, Industry and Government Interest I and II
Chaired by: H.T. HUYNH, NASA Glenn Research Center and N. KROLL, DLR – German Aerospace Center
- Presentation of John Vassberg (Boeing)
- Presentation of Robert Bush (Pratt & Whitney)
- Presentation of Brian Smith (Lockheed Martin)
- Presentation of Antony Jameson (Stanford University)
- Presentation of Vincent Couaillier (ONERA)
- Presentation of Norbert Kroll (DLR)
- Presentation of Charles Hirsch (NUMECA)
Additional presentations will be posted as they come in.
- To provide an open and impartial forum for evaluating the status of high-order methods (order of accuracy > 2) in solving a wide range of flow problems.
- To assess the performance of high-order methods through comparison to production 2nd order CFD codes widely used in the aerospace industry with well defined metrics.
- To identify pacing items in high-order methods needing additional research and development in order to proliferate in the CFD community.
- To facilitate international collaboration and enhance mutual understanding among CFD researchers and managers in academia, government, and industries.
- The workshop is open to participants all over the world. Everybody is welcome.
- Several benchmark cases are included for the workshop. To be considered as speakers, participants should complete as least one sub-case.
- Open forums will be included in the workshop to discuss pacing items and further research areas in high-order methods.
- A number of fellowships will be provided by Army Research Office (ARO) and NASA to pay registration fees for graduate and undergraduate students to attend the workshop and present their work. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to apply.
- June 15, 2014 – Test cases defined with most geometries available. (New Date)
- June 30, 2014 – E-mail email@example.com for your intention to participate (for general planning purposes only).
- October 15, 2014 – Abstract deadline (abstract template). Send an (incomplete) abstract if you believe data will be ready on November 15, 2014.
- November 1, 2014 – Acceptance e-mail sent out.
- November 15, 2014 November 30, 2014 – Submit both results and (revised) abstract (pdf) for each problem to the problem lead(s) email address(es) and firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
- January 3-4, 2015 – Workshop (AIAA Workshop registration required to participate)
- Notes for all participants. If you have general questions, send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions on specific test problems can be sent directly to the person(s) in charge of the problem.
- Follow http://twitter.com/hiocfd for updates!
Venue and Accommodation
NOTICE TO PARTICIPANTS
The number of test cases has been consolidated for the third workshop.
Therefore the numbers assigned to each test case will NOT necessarily match those of the previous workshops.
- C1. Easy, 2D
- C1.1 Transonic Ringleb flow (Huynh, email@example.com) (1/30/11), p4 quad grids (8/25/11)
- C1.2 Flow over the NACA0012 airfoil, inviscid and viscous, subsonic and transonic (May, firstname.lastname@example.org), p4 quad & triangular grids (far field boundary over 1000 chords away) (1/14/13).
- C1.3 Flat plate boundary layer (Bassi, email@example.com and Darmofal, firstname.lastname@example.org) (1/30/11), quad grids (9/23/11) (being modified to include turbulent flows)
- C1.4 Vortex transport by uniform flow (Caraeni, email@example.com) (Updated on 10/05/11), Grids (4/11/11)
- C2. Intermediate, 2D & 3D
- C2.1 Turbulent flow over a RAE airfoil (Deconinck, firstname.lastname@example.org), Linear and higher order grids (1/14/13)
- C2.2 Delta wing at low Reynolds number (Hartmann, Ralf.Hartmann@dlr.de) Grids (updated 8/15/11)
- C2.3 Heaving and Pitching Airfoil (Persson, email@example.com and Fidkowski, firstname.lastname@example.org) (updated 5/23/14)
- C3. Difficult, 2D & 3D
- C3.1 Turbulent flow over a multi-element airfoil (Marco Ceze, email@example.com) (1/30/11), Geometry and Grids (10/17/2014)
- C3.2 Turbulent flow over DPW III wing alone (Fidkowski, firstname.lastname@example.org) (1/30/11), Grids (6/5/2014)
- C3.3 Direct Numerical Simulation of the Taylor-Green Vortex at Re = 1600 (Hillewaert, email@example.com) (4/18/11), reference data (8/24/11)
- C3.4 DNS and LES of flow over 2D periodic hill (Carton de Wiart, firstname.lastname@example.org), linear and high-order grids (1/29/13)
- C3.5 CRM wing/body (Leicht, email@example.com) (2/6/13) grids (2/6/13)
- C3.6 Shock Wave/Boundary Layer Interaction (SWBLI) (Couaillier, firstname.lastname@example.org) (9/2/14) grids and reference data to be added
- H.T. Huynh (Co-Chair, Local Organizer), NASA Glenn Research Center
- Norbert Kroll(Co-Chair), DLR
- Z.J. Wang (Chair-Emeritus), University of Kansas
- Remi Abgrall, University of Zurich
- Francesco Bassi, University of Bergamo
- Doru Caraeni, CD-adapco
- Mark H. Carpenter, NASA Langley Research Center
- Corentin Carton de Wiart, CENAERO
- Marco Ceze, University of Michigan
- Vincent Couaillier, ONERA
- David Darmofal, MIT
- Herman Deconinck, VKI
- Charbel Farhad, Stanford University
- Chris Fidkowski, University of Michigan
- Carl Ollivier-Gooch, University of British Columbia
- Ralf Hartmann, DLR
- Koen Hillewaert, CENAERO
- Tobias Leicht, DLR
- Georg May, RWTH Aachen University
- Claus-Dieter Munz, University of Stuttgart
- Jan Nordstrom, Linköping University
- Per-Olof Persson, UC Berkeley
- Miguel Visbal, AFRL