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Progress on Experimental and Computational Investigation of Juncture Flows

Jeon, David and Beyar, Michael and Gea, Lie-Mine and Hirsch, Damian and Rider, Stephanie and Willert, Christian and Gharib, Morteza and Khodadoust, Abdollah (2019) Progress on Experimental and Computational Investigation of Juncture Flows. In: AIAA Scitech 2019 Forum. AIAA , Reston, VA, Art. No. 2019-0081. ISBN 9781624105784.

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This paper describes a set of measurements taken at the Caltech Lucas Wind Tunnel, along with Computational Fluid Dynamic analyses, on a wing-body configuration. The configuration is designed to produce regions of separation in the juncture where the wing meets the body. Detailed on- and off-body measurements in the juncture flow are compared with RANS predictions. The results from the experimental measurements will become part of a database of high fidelity measurements, to be used for calibration of turbulence models and validation of emerging computational prediction techniques.

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Official Citation:Progress on Experimental and Computational Investigation of Juncture Flows David Jeon, Michael Beyar, Lie-Mine Gea, Damian Hirsch, Stephanie Rider, Christian Willert, Morteza Gharib, and Abdollah Khodadoust AIAA Scitech 2019 Forum.
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Deposited On:07 Aug 2019 22:45
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