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CFD-based aircraft drag prediction and reduction
February 3-7, 2003; H. Deconinck, K. Sermeus, C. Van Dam
  • VAN DAM, C.P. – University of California, Davis, USA
    Aircraft design and the importance of drag prediction
    Critical factors in CFD-based drag prediction
  • LESCHZINER, M.A. – Imperial College London, United Kingdom
    Turbulence modeling for aeronautical flows
  • VAN DAM, C.P. – University of California, Davis, USA
    Boundary layer transition and its prediction
  • TOGNACCINI, R. – Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy
    Methods for drag decomposition, thrust-drag bookkeeping from CFD calculations
  • DESTARAC, D. – ONERA, France
    Far-field / near-field drag balance and applications of drag extraction in CFD
  • KUSUNOSE, K. – The Boeing Company, USA
    Advanced wake integration method for experimental drag prediction
  • LABAN, M. – NLR, The Netherlands
    Application of CFD for drag analysis and validation with wind tunnel data
  • MAVRIPLIS, D.J. – National Institute for Aerospace, USA
    Aerodynamic drag prediction using unstructured mesh solvers
  • SERMEUS, K. & DECONINCK, H. – von Karman Institute, Belgium
    Drag prediction validation of a multi-dimensional upwind solver
  • JAMESON, A. – Stanford University, USA
    Aerodynamic shape optimization using the adjoint method
  • WILD, J. & HERRMANN, U. – DLR, Germany
    Designing high-lift systems for low drag

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