1st AIAA CFD Transition Modeling Prediction Workshop 21 January - 22 January 2021 Online
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Note, due to COVID-19, this workshop will be now be held virtually. Register here: http://aiaa.mycrowdwisdom.com/diweb/catalog/item?id=6093465
- Thursday January 21 and Friday January 22, 2021
- 1000-1600 Eastern Time (0700-1300 Pacific Time) on Thursday; 0900-1500 Eastern Time (0600-1200 Pacific Time) on Friday
- This workshop will assess and promote improvement to the current state-of-the-art in CFD-based transition modeling.
- Assess the current state of the art in laminar-turbulent transition prediction in an industrial CFD environment
- Determine and document best practices for transitional flow simulations
- Verify transition/turbulence model implementations
- Encourage risk taking by participants and promote improvements to CFD prediction capabilities
- The Transition Modeling and Prediction Workshop is modeled after the AIAA Drag Prediction and High-Lift Prediction Workshop series.
- The primary test case will be the natural-laminar-flow variant of the Common Research Model (CRM-NLF) developed by NASA.
- Participation in the transition modeling studies is not required to attend the workshop. Everyone is welcome!
- Open forums and discussions will be included to encourage cross-pollination of ideas and practices.
- Results will be made available after the workshop in a report and on the workshop website.
- AIAA membership is not required.
Workshop Website (with additional details including Test Cases)
- Geometry release - September 2019
- Release of standard grids - February 2020
- Abstract Deadline - 9 October 2020
- Acceptance Notification - 30 October 2020
- Registration via AIAA
- Data Submission - 18 December 2020
For more information on the Workshop, contact: email@example.com
Workshop Organizing Committee:
AIAA Applied Aerodynamics Technical Committee
- James Coder (University of Tennessee at Knoxville)
- Douglas Stefanski (University of Tennessee at Knoxville)
- James Baeder (University of Maryland)
- Meelan Choudhari (NASA Langley Research Center)
- Gregory Delattre (ONERA)
- Marie Denison (NASA Ames Research Center)
- Andreas Krumbein (DLR)
- Matthew Tufts (AFRL)