FIXED GRID RANS TFG
AIAA CFD High Lift Prediction Workshop
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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 R-001, you would use R-001.1, R-001.2, R-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.
Fixed Grid RANS (meshing and CFD)
- 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
- 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
- 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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Recent significant updates:
01/04/2021 - Initial PID assignment
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