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Reproducible and replicable CFD: it's harder than you think

  title={Reproducible and replicable CFD: it's harder than you think},
  author={Olivier Mesnard and Lorena A. Barba},
  journal={arXiv: Computational Physics},
Completing a full replication study of our previously published findings on bluff-body aerodynamics was harder than we thought. Despite the fact that we have good reproducible-research practices, sharing our code and data openly. Here's what we learned from three years, four CFD codes and hundreds of runs. 

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