bodart_larsson_moin13

Summary

Large eddy simulation of high-lift devices. J. Bodart, J. Larsson and P. Moin. AIAA CFD, 2013. (URL)

Abstract

Accurate predictions of flow around high lift devices is of interest for airframe noise predictions as well as wing design with or without active flow control. In particular, prediction of the maximum lift coefficient remains challenging using RANS solvers. We discuss how large eddy simulation can be used in this context, together with wall-modeling to reach flight Reynolds numbers. The study is focused on the flow around the McDonnell-Douglas 30P/30N airfoil at several angles of attack and at Reynolds number (based on the stowed chord) of Re_c=9x10^6.

Bibtex entry

@ARTICLE { bodart_larsson_moin13,
    AUTHOR = { J. Bodart and J. Larsson and P. Moin },
    TITLE = { Large eddy simulation of high-lift devices },
    JOURNAL = { AIAA CFD },
    YEAR = { 2013 },
    ABSTRACT = { Accurate predictions of flow around high lift devices is of interest for airframe noise predictions as well as wing design with or without active flow control. In particular, prediction of the maximum lift coefficient remains challenging using RANS solvers. We discuss how large eddy simulation can be used in this context, together with wall-modeling to reach flight Reynolds numbers. The study is focused on the flow around the McDonnell-Douglas 30P/30N airfoil at several angles of attack and at Reynolds number (based on the stowed chord) of Re_c=9x10^6. },
    URL = { http://dx.doi.org/10.2514/6.2013-2724 },
}