5th AIAA Propulsion Aerodynamics Workshop (PAW05) 9 January - 10 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=5932767
1200–1700 hrs (Eastern Time)
Organized by the AIAA Inlets, Nozzles & Propulsion Systems Integration Technical Committee.
- Assess the numerical prediction capability (meshing, numerics, turbulence modeling, high-performance computing requirements, etc.) of current-generation CFD technology/codes for inlets, diffusers, and nozzles and their propulsion-specific boundary conditions.
- Develop practical modeling guidelines for CFD prediction of propulsion flow fields.
- Determine the elements of propulsion aerodynamics that are critical for modeling to enable the development of more accurate prediction methods and tools.
- Enhance CFD prediction capability for practical propulsion aerodynamic design and optimization.
- Promote education and mentoring of the next generation of propulsion CFD engineers.
- PAW is patterned after the Drag Prediction Workshop (DPW) series. Participation in the propulsion workshop studies is not required to attend the workshop; everyone is welcome.
- Open, unbiased forums are included in the workshop to discuss the results and promote cross-pollination of best practices.
- The PAW05 test cases will include thermal predictions of film cooling in a hot nozzle flow and an inlet in cross-flow.
- Please visit https://paw.larc.nasa.gov/ for further workshop details and test cases.
For more information or questions about the workshop, please contact the PAW committee at email@example.com
PAW05 ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
- Chad Winkler, Chen Chuck, Deric Babcock, Russ Thornock (retired)
- The Boeing Company
- Lt. Col. Darrell Crowe
- Air Force Institute of Technology
- Luiz Tobaldini
- Jeffrey Flamm, Melissa Carter
- NASA Langley Research Center
- Nick Georgiadis, Mark Wernet
- NASA Glenn Research Center