- README_v1.txt - Overview of information requested
- participant_info_v1.dat - Participant Information
- Case 1a - HL-CRM Full Chord Flap Gap
- case1a_force_mom_gridconvergence_v1.dat - forces and moments
- case1a_iterative_v1.dat - iterative convergence
- case1a_cpcf_v1.dat - pressure and skin friction coefficients
- case1a_vel_v1.dat - velocity profiles

- Case 1b -
(OPTIONAL) HL-CRM Full Chord Flap Gap with Adaptation- case1b_force_mom_gridconvergence_v1.dat - forces and moments
- case1b_iterative_v1.dat - iterative convergence
- case1b_cpcf_v1.dat - pressure and skin friction coefficients
- case1b_vel_v1.dat - velocity profiles

- Case 1c -
(OPTIONAL) HL-CRM Partially-Sealed Chord Flap Gap- case1c_force_mom_v1.dat - forces and moments
- case1c_iterative_v1.dat - iterative convergence
- case1c_cpcf_v1.dat - pressure and skin friction coefficients
- case1c_vel_v1.dat - velocity profiles

- Case 1d -
(OPTIONAL) HL-CRM Partially-Sealed Chord Flap Gap with Adaptation- case1d_force_mom_v1.dat - forces and moments
- case1d_iterative_v1.dat - iterative convergence
- case1d_cpcf_v1.dat - pressure and skin friction coefficients
- case1d_vel_v1.dat - velocity profiles

- Case 2a - JSM Nacelle/Pylon OFF
- case2a_force_mom_v1.dat - forces and moments with alpha
- case2a_cpcf_v1.dat - pressure and skin friction coefficients
- case2a_iterative_v1.dat - iterative convergence
- case2a_vel_v1.dat - velocity profiles (minor typo revision to a comment line only on 04/11/2017)

- Case 2b -
(OPTIONAL) JSM Nacelle/Pylon OFF with Adaptation- case2b_force_mom_v1.dat - forces and moments with alpha
- case2b_cpcf_v1.dat - pressure and skin friction coefficients
- case2b_iterative_v1.dat - iterative convergence
- case2b_vel_v1.dat - velocity profiles (minor typo revision to a comment line only on 04/11/2017)

- Case 2c - JSM Nacelle/Pylon ON
- case2c_force_mom_v1.dat - forces and moments with alpha
- case2c_cpcf_v1.dat - pressure and skin friction coefficients
- case2c_iterative_v1.dat - iterative convergence
- case2c_vel_v1.dat - velocity profiles (minor typo revision to a comment line only on 04/11/2017)

- Case 2d -
(OPTIONAL) JSM Nacelle/Pylon ON with Adaptation- case2d_force_mom_v1.dat - forces and moments with alpha
- case2d_cpcf_v1.dat - pressure and skin friction coefficients
- case2d_iterative_v1.dat - iterative convergence
- case2d_vel_v1.dat - velocity profiles (minor typo revision to a comment line only on 04/11/2017)

- Case 3 - Turbulence Model Verification Study
- case3_gridconvergence_v1.dat - grid convergence of various quantities
- case3_iterative_v1.dat - iterative convergence (minor typo revision to unimportant DATASETAUXDATA lines only on 04/26/2017)
- case3_vel_upvp_v1.dat - velocity and turbulent shear stress profiles
- case3_cp_v1.dat - pressure coefficients

XXX_Lastname_Code_Model_v1.tar.gz (minor typo revision to a few comment lines only on 04/11/2017 and to unimportant DATASETAUXDATA lines only on 04/26/2017)

- For a given code and turbulence model, create a directory with all filled-out data submittal forms (with their original names) in it. If you are not using an optional file, please remove it.
- The directory should be named: ID_Lastname_Code_Model_Otheridentifierifneeded (e.g., 011_Jones_CFD++_SST-V), where "Code" is the CFD code's name and "Model" is the turbulence model type. The ID number will be assigned to you by the committee.
- Tar and gzip the directory.
- Results from a different code and/or different turbulence model need to be put into a different directory.
- Use separate directories for any circumstance where it makes sense to do so. For example, if running all the cases on more than one grid series, use a different directory for each set of results.
- Note: velocities are nondimensionalized by Uref or Uinf, which represent the TOTAL reference or freestream velocity
(
__not__u-component). - Note: minor typo correction was made to all of the case2x_vel_v1.dat forms on 04/11/2017: "inches" should be "mm" in the comment section. Because, this was very minor typo only, the "v1" designation was retained and the existing files were merely replaced.
- When extracting velocities for the HL-CRM or the JSM, extraction below the wing is not necessary (but it is is OK if you do); also, extraction far outside of the wing's boundary & wake layers is not necessary (but again it is OK if you do).

- PresentationTemplate_v6.pptx (pptx version)
- PresentationTemplate_v6.ppt (ppt version)
- PresentationTemplate_v6.pdf (pdf version)

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Recent significant updates:

04/26/2017 - Minor typo revision to unimportant DATASETAUXDATA lines of the case3_iterative_v1.dat data submission file

04/19/2017 - Clarification (under Instructions) about where to extract velocities; also how x points; updated JSM velocity picture so lines easier to see

04/15/2017 - Added presentation template for the workshop

04/11/2017 - Minor typo revision to one comment line of the case2x_vel_v1.dat data submission files

03/30/2017 - Clarification about reference or freestream velocity

03/29/2017 - Updated the Tecplot macro: HiLiftPW-3.JSM.SectionalCutter_v2.mcr to include INFO

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