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American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

    High Order CFD Methods: Results and Advancements from the 5th International Workshop

    Member Price: $29
    Non-Member Price: $79 USD
    Student Member Price: $4.99 USD

     

    31 May 2018. 1300–1430 Eastern Daylight Time

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    In January 2018, The 5th International Workshop on High-Order CFD Methods took place with the goal of providing an open and impartial forum for evaluating the status of high-order methods (order of accuracy > 2) in solving a wide range of flow problems.

    The objectives of the workshop were to:

    • Assess the performance of high-order methods through comparison to production 2nd-order CFD codes widely used in the aerospace industry with well-defined metrics.
    • Support new research in the field of high-order CFD methods by providing validation cases and aid during development and improvement of codes.
    • Identify pacing items in high-order methods and peripheral tools that need additional research and development in order to proliferate in the CFD community.
    • Facilitate international collaboration and enhance mutual understanding among CFD researchers and managers in academia, government, and industries.


    This Webinar will showcase the key results of that workshop, including advancements, concerns, and demands.

     

    More detailed information about this recent workshop.

    Learning Objectives

    • Review the performance of high-order methods through comparison to production 2nd order CFD codes widely used in the aerospace industry with well-defined metrics.
    • Review new research in the field of high order CFD methods to include validation cases and aid during development and improvement of codes.
    • Review pacing items in high-order methods and peripheral tools that need additional research and development in order to proliferate in the CFD community.
    • Facilitate international collaboration and enhance mutual understanding among CFD researchers and managers in academia, government, and industries.

     

    Who Should Attend

     

    This webinar is intended for all Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) researchers and managers in academia, government, and industries, as well as aerospace students who want to gain a greater understanding on the latest in the field.

    Instructor

    Behzad-Reza-Ahrabi
    Dr. Behzad Reza Ahrabi

    Behzad R. Ahrabi is a research scientist in field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). He earned his PhD in Computational Engineering from the National Center for Computational Engineering, at the University of Tennessee. Currently, he works at the CFD laboratory of the University of Wyoming under the supervision of professor Dimitri J. Mavriplis. His research interests include:

    • Development of robust parallel algorithms for turbulent flows on unstructured grids.
    • Development of robust, scalable, and multilevel linear and nonlinear solution strategies.
    • Development of dynamic mesh adaptation technologies for finite-element methods.
    • Development of adjoint-based error estimation and optimization techniques.

    Behzad is currently developing the HOMA (High-Order Multilevel Adaptive) solver, which is a continuous finite-element framework for solving the Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) equations on unstructured grids, in robust and highly scalable manners.

     

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