MESH ADAPTATION FOR RANS TFG
AIAA CFD High Lift Prediction Workshop
Geometry and Mesh Generation Workshop
The following gives the current membership of this Technology Focus Group (TFG).
Names are given in alphabetical order, and Participant IDs (PIDs) are assigned for each name.
(The PIDs may not be contiguous or in numerical order, as individuals may drop out and teams will use only one PID.)
if you have a correction.
If you are part of a team, please choose one member's PID that you will all use, and let us know.
Note that if you are a member of more than one TFG, you will have a different PID for each.
When submitting results, you should include your PID as an identifier
in all of your data submittal files.
If you submit multiple sets of results to one TFG (for example, using different
codes, different turbulence models, etc.), then append ".1", ".2", ".3", etc. in
order to distinguish between them.
E.g., if your PID is A-001, you would use A-001.1, A-001.2, A-001.3, etc. for multiple submission variants.
Each TFG has developed a list of Key Questions (KQs) that it will strive to answer for the purpose of the
workshop. These are also listed below.
TFG-specific documents (if any) are also provided here.
Mesh Adaptation for RANS (meshing and CFD)
- CHAIR: Michal, Todd (Boeing) PID: A-001
- Alauzet, Frederic (Inria) PID: A-002
- Mavriplis, Dimitri (U Wyoming) PID: A-003
- Park, Mike (NASA LaRC) PID: A-004
- Aksenov, Andrey (TESIS) PID: A-005
- Ando, Yuya (Cradle CFD) PID: A-006
- Aubry, Romain (Naval Research Laboratory) PID: A-007
- Balan, Aravind (NASA Langley Research Center) PID: A-008
- Chakravarthy, Sukumar (Metacomp Technologies) PID: A-009
- Chen, Jiangtao (CARCD) PID: A-010
- Clerici, Francesco (Inria) PID: A-011
- Contractor, Krishna (AneCom) PID: A-012
- Galbraith, Marshall (MIT) PID: A-013
- Glasby, Ryan (U Tennessee / JCIS) PID: A-031
- Hong, Junwu (CARDC) PID: A-014
- Housman, Jeffrey (NASA Ames) PID: A-015
- Jansen, Ken (U Colorado, Boulder) PID: A-016
- Jansson, Johan (KTH / Icarus Digital Math) PID: A-030
- Jensen, James (NASA Ames) PID: A-017
- Kowshik, Suhas (Indian Institute of Science) PID: A-018
- Loseille, Adrien (Inria) PID: A-019
- Meganathan, Abraham (ESI Group) PID: A-020
- Mockett, Charles (Upstream CFD) PID: A-021
- Nawani, Shikshit (College of Engineering Roorkee) PID: A-022
- Nelson, Chris (Siemens Digital Industries) PID: A-023
- Reza Ahrabi, Behzad (Boeing) PID: A-025
- Sahin, Mehmet (Istanbul Technical University) PID: A-026
- Serrano, Leonel ("Lionel") (Boeing) PID: A-027
- Shridhar, Sumukha (RV College of Engineering, Bengaluru) PID: A-028
- Sonakar, Prashant Sureshrao (ESI-OpenCFD Ltd.) PID: A-029
- By canceling discretization error, can mesh adaptation help answer the
question, "Is there any realistic path for RANS simulations to predict
CLmax with the correct flow physics"?
- Can adaptive mesh convergence be achieved on the full HLCRM model across the AoA range?
- Do adaptive meshes improve prediction of CLmax and/or improve modeling of
important high-lift physical flow characteristics?
- What are the best practices for adaptive mesh modeling of high-lift
applications (error estimate choice, flow solver settings, complexity
schedule, solution continuation, geometry handling, ...)?
- What are the best practices for computing increments with adaptive meshes?
- What are the outstanding technical issues in using mesh adaptation for CLmax prediction?
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Recent significant updates:
01/04/2021 - Initial PID assignment
01/04/2021 - Updated the file AdaptTFG_KeyQuestions_TestCases_21Dec2020.docx
11/13/2020 - Posted AdaptTFG_Completed_MemberSurvey.xlsx
11/02/2020 - Updated the Member Survey to V2
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Last Updated: 01/21/2022