HiLiftPW-3 Registration (AIAA)4
||prior to workshop
1You must send in an abstract if you plan to submit data and present results at the workshop. Abstracts will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. The abstract should be only 1-2 pages long, and should contain at least the following information: name(s), affiliation(s), corresponding author contact information (mailing address, phone number, and e-mail address), brief description of solver code(s), list of grid(s) being used, and which cases are being computed. Please e-mail to: email@example.com. See sampleabstract.pdf or sampleabstract.docx for a sample abstract.
2Workshop participants are expected to attend and give presentations of their results. These are not official AIAA-type presentations, and there are no written papers associated with this workshop. However, some participants will be invited to write and present a paper for a special session on high lift prediction to be held during a future AIAA conference.
3No data, no podium rule is in effect. You must submit data in order to be able to present at the workshop.
4Registration for the workshop is done through AIAA. Registration opens
Feb 28, 2017. Go to:
Note that the HiLiftPW-3 registration fee is in addition to
the regular conference fee.
Also recall that there are two simultaneous workshops being held: the 3rd AIAA CFD High Lift Prediction Workshop
(this website) and the 1st AIAA Geometry and Mesh Generation
They are directly related, but the focuses are different (one on high-lift prediction, and one on geometry
preprocessing and mesh generation).
We anticipate that there will be some joint sessions.
You should register for the one you are most interested in (planning to spend the most time in).
Link to 2nd Workshop (HiLiftPW-2) Website Home Page
Link to 1st Workshop (HiLiftPW-1) Website Home Page
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Recent Significant Site Updates
05/13/2017 - Added Draft Agenda
05/08/2017 - Minor revision to JSM experimental pressure data files
04/19/2017 - Added participant list page
04/04/2017 - Some digitalized transition information for the JSM wing upper surface (with nacelle/pylon) posted
03/07/2017 - Posted data submittal forms
02/22/2017 - Revised Official Test Case Document (added explanatory note regarding scaling and Re for Case 1a)
02/21/2017 - Link provided to AIAA registration site
01/24-27/2017 - Dates finalized, some exp data posted, some JSM grids available
10/25/2016 - JSM geometry files updated
09/21/2016 - All geometry files available
05/24/2016 - Updated Workshop Flyer posted (Version 4)
12/01/2015 - Posted Workshop Flyer (Version 1)
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Last Updated: 05/19/2017