**Organizers**__CHAIR:__**Ollivier-Gooch, Carl**(U British Columbia) PID: R-001__CHAIR:__**Coder, Jim**(U Tennessee, Knoxville) PID: R-002**Ito**, Yasushi (JAXA) PID: R-003**Murayama**, Mitsuhiro (JAXA) PID: R-004**Sclafani**, Tony (Boeing) PID: R-005**Taylor**, Nigel (MBDA) PID: R-006

**Members****Abe**, Hiroyuki (JAXA) PID: R-007**Ahmad**, Nashat (NASA LaRC) PID: R-008**Ando**, Yuya (Cradle CFD) PID: R-009**Aubry**, Romain (Naval Research Laboratory) PID: R-010**Balakrishnan**, Narayanarao (Indian Institute of Science) PID: R-011**Becker**, Gilberto (Calidus LLC) PID: R-012**Bercin**, Kutalmis (ESI-OpenCFD Ltd.) PID: R-013**Bogstad**, Mark (U Wyoming) PID: R-014**Bozeman**, Michael (NASA LaRC) PID: R-015**Burns**, Peter (TLG Aerospace) PID: R-016**Chaphalkar**, Aaditya (Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, ISRO) PID: R-017**Chen**, Jiangtao (CARCD) PID: R-018**Ciloni**, Pedro (Embraer) PID: R-019**Crippa**, Simone (Airbus) PID: R-020**Darbyshire**, Oliver (Zenotech) PID: R-021**DaSilva**, Ricardo (Embraer) PID: R-022**Dehpanah**, Payam (TU Kaiserslautern) PID: R-023**Djeddi**, Reza (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) PID: R-024**Duensing**, Jared (NASA Ames) PID: R-025**Fozan Ur Rab**, Mohammad (NED University of Engineering and Technology) PID: R-026**Gagliardi**, Lucy (ICON Technology and Process Consulting) PID: R-027**Hoarau**, Yannick (Strasbourg University) PID: R-028**Hong**, Junwu (CARDC) PID: R-029**Jensen**, James (NASA Ames) PID: R-030**Kamenetskiy**, Dmitry (Boeing) PID: R-031**Kim**, Chongam (Seoul National University) PID: R-032**Langlois**, Marc (Bombardier Aviation) PID: R-033**Laurendeau**, Eric (Polytechnique Montreal) PID: R-034**Luo**, Andy (TotalSim) PID: R-035**Lynn**, Richard (QinetiQ) PID: R-036**Mahmoudnejad**, Niloufar (Boeing) PID: R-037**Mallol**, Benoit (NUMECA International) PID: R-038**Meganathan**, Abraham (ESI Group) PID: R-039**Moens**, Frederic (ONERA) PID: R-040**Mor-Yossef**, Yair (Israeli CFD Center) PID: R-041**Paloba**, Zaid (MVJ College of Engineering, India) PID: R-042**Peace**, Andy (ARA) PID: R-043**Renaud**, Thomas (ONERA) PID: R-044**Rivola**, Vincent (ICON Technology and Process Consulting) PID: R-045**Robles Vega**, Gregorio (ADSCFD) PID: R-046**Sahai**, Mrigank (Entuple Technologies Pvt. Ltd.) PID: R-047**Souza**, Maximiliano (Embraer) PID: R-048**Spalart**, Philippe (Boeing ret) PID: R-049**Subbian**, Gokul (TU Braunschweig) PID: R-050**Swaroop**, Sai (Entuple Technologies Pvt. Ltd.) PID: R-051**Talyzin**, Vadim (TsAGI) PID: R-052**Venkatachari**, Balaji (NIA / NASA LaRC) PID: R-053**Wang**, Qiqi (MIT) PID: R-060**Whitbread**, Paul (QinetiQ) PID: R-054**Wick**, Andrew (Helden Aerospace) PID: R-055**Yamamoto**, Kazuomi (JAXA) PID: R-056**Yasuda**, Hidemasa (Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.) PID: R-057**Yiming**, Du (Israeli CFD Center) PID: R-058**Yu**, Zongfu (Flexcompute) PID: R-060**Zastawny**, Marian (Siemens Digital Industries) PID: R-059

**Key Questions**- How can meshing guidelines be prescribed so that geometrically similar meshes are generated?
- How do we accurately, consistently, and clearly prescribe wake resolution requirements?
- What are the meshing resolution requirements and best practices/guidelines for different regions of the lift curve?
- Can a single mesh produce consistently accurate results for all angles of attack?
- What are current best practices for remeshing due to component movement?
- What roadblocks or limitations exist in our current capabilities for remeshing?
- Can RANS modeling accurately predict the influence of component movement at moderate angles of attack?
- Can RANS modeling accurately predict CLmax?
- Are steady RANS solutions guaranteed to exist for all angles of attack?
- How much error and uncertainty is associated with underconvergence of the solution residual?
- What is the effect of solution strategy (e.g. global CFL condition, global time stepping, quasi-Newton, initial conditions, etc.) on the predictions?

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