Analysis of CFD Methods in High Lift Configurations Aaron C. Pigot Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Introduction and Overview • Introduction • AIAA HighLift Workshop under Dr. Earl Duque and Dr. Shigeo Hayashibara • Goal: CFD Validation in a High Lift Configuration by comparing CFD to Wind Tunnel data • Specifically: Validation using velocity profile comparisons • Overview • The Model • Experimental Setup • CFD Setup • Data • Points of Interest • Summary 2
The Model • KH3Y geometry, DLR-F11 model • Designed to represent wide-body commercial aircraft landing • Designed for the European High Lift Project 3 Slat Wing Fuselage Flap Slat Wing Fuselage Flap Flap Tracks Slat Tracks Pressure Tube Bundles Flap Flap Slat Track Flap Track Slat Track Flap Track Slat Pressure Tube Bundle Slat Slat Flap Configuration 2 Configuration 2 Configuration 4 Configuration 5 Configuration 5 From AIAA 2012-2924
Experimental Data • Obtained from Low Speed Wind Tunnel in Bremen, Germany • Cross-Section: 2.1m x 2.1m • Re: • Particle Image Velocimetry used to extract velocity data on three planes at 7, 18, and 21 degrees AOA • Velocity profiles extracted from lines defined by AIAA PIV Planes From AIAA 2012-2924 4
Experimental Data 5 Plane 1 Plane 2 Plane 3 From AIAA 2012-2924
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- Summer '18