AIAA CFD High Lift Prediction Workshop (HiLiftPW-3)
by the AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Technical Committee
Associated with the AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics
Forum and Exposition
Denver, Colorado, USA
3-4 June 2017
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- Assess the numerical prediction capability (meshing, numerics, turbulence
modeling, high-performance computing requirements, etc.) of current-generation CFD
technology/codes for swept, medium-to-high-aspect ratio wings for landing/take-off
- Develop practical modeling guidelines for CFD prediction of high-lift
- Determine the elements of high-lift flow physics that are critical for
modeling to enable the development of more accurate prediction methods and tools.
- Enhance CFD prediction capability for practical high-lift
aerodynamic design and optimization.
Participation in the high-lift prediction studies is not required to
attend the workshop; everyone is welcome.
- Open, unbiased
forums are included in the workshop to discuss the results and promote
cross-pollination of best practices.
- The HiLiftPW-3
test cases are based on two configurations: (1) a JAXA semi-span
high lift configuration, which includes
data for an assessment of nacelle-pylon effects; (2) a high-lift version
of NASA's Common Research Model (CRM), which has been designed but not yet
tested as of the date of this workshop.
- This workshop is
being held in conjunction with a sister-workshop on Geometry and Mesh Generation (details TBD).
- A registration fee
will be required for attendance.
HILIFTPW-3 Registration (AIAA)
|prior to workshop
Link to 2nd Workshop (HiLiftPW-2) Website Home Page
Link to 1st Workshop (HiLiftPW-1) Website Home Page
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HiLiftPW Organizing Committee
- The Boeing Company: Jeffrey Slotnick and Tony Sclafani
- DLR: Ralf Rudnik and Kerstin Huber
- Gulfstream Aerospace: Thomas Wayman
- JAXA: Ito Yasushi and Mitsuhiro Murayama
- NASA Ames Research Center: Tom Pulliam, Henry Lee, Cetin Kiris, Jeffrey Housman, and James Jensen
- NASA Langley Research Center: Beth Lee-Rausch and Chris Rumsey
- Pointwise, Inc.: Carolyn Woeber
- Textron Aviation: Mark Chaffin and Ed Feltrop
- University of Wyoming: Dimitri Mavriplis and Michael Long
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