Authors: Johan Jansson (firstname.lastname@example.org), Claes Johnson, Ridgway Scott, Rebecca Durst, Linde Van Beers
Our results and methodology were peer-reviewed by the NASA leaders of the High Lift Prediction Workshop, considered to be the most important benchmark for aerodynamics in the field. NASA Branch Chief of Computational Aerodynamics Cetin Kiris, wrote a public review as part of the workshop summary here:
W-030 [Johan Janssons team] shows promise with a rapid LES solution procedure with measurable improvements over RANS but is not representative of typical WMLES due to the assumed Reynolds number invariance (Euler Eqs). The validity of this procedure for high lift applications needs to be investigated more critically.
This is "as good as it gets" statement in a peer-review in a setting like this.
("Real Flight Simulation" and "Adaptivity")
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Run with Google Colab Pro (10USD/month) , then 20 cores are used and the simulation only takes appx. 6 hours.
This work is developed as part of the Digital Math framework - as the foundation of modern science based on constructive digital mathematical computation. We invite you to run and modify the simulations yourself in your web browser. The anove link is the Digital Math web environment with the Open Source Real Flight Simulator/FEniCS software for reproducing the results in the paper at in principle ``zero'' cost. You can also find more detailed presentation and results on this page.