# FUN3D and CFL3D Computations for the First High Lift Prediction Workshop

@inproceedings{Park2011FUN3DAC, title={FUN3D and CFL3D Computations for the First High Lift Prediction Workshop}, author={Michael A. Park and Elizabeth M. Lee-Rausch and Christopher Lockwood Rumsey}, year={2011} }

- Published 2011
DOI:10.2514/6.2011-936

Workshop, held in Chicago in June 2010. The unstructured-grid code FUN3D and the structured-grid code CFL3D were applied to several different grid systems. The effects of code, grid system, turbulence model, viscous term treatment, and brackets were studied. The SST model on this configuration predicted lower lift than the Spalart-Allmaras model at high angles of attack; the Spalart-Allmaras model agreed better with experiment. Neglecting viscous cross-derivative terms caused poorer prediction… CONTINUE READING

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