The inaugural workshop will use the ONERA version of the NASA/Boeing Common Research Model (CRM). It includes the wing, body and horizontal tail as well as a vertical tail designed by ONERA. This model has been tested in a wind tunnel with longitudinal test results having been published. There also exists unpublished data for this model at small sideslip angles. In this workshop, participant predictions of yawing moment, rolling moment and side force at sideslip will be compared to this unpublished data. Optionally, participants will predict the effects of the wind tunnel support sting on these moments and force.
|Notice of intent to participate||Feb 1, 2020|
|Release of Geometry||May 1, 2020|
|Release of Standard Grids||May 1, 2020|
|Confirm intent to Participate||Aug 1, 2020|
|Abstract Deadline||Oct 1, 2020|
|Data Submittal Deadline||Nov 14, 2020|
Workshop registration will be handled through normal AIAA procedures.
Workshop presentations will not be official AIAA papers. However, a special session on stability and control prediction is planned for Aviation 2021 or SciTech 2022.
|Case 1:||2d Code Verification Study|
|Case 2:||CRM in Sideslip Grid Convergence Study (single condition on a family of grids)|
|Case 3:||CRM Static Lateral Directional Stability (3 solutions on 1 grid)|
|Case 4:||Wind Tunnel Sting Increments|
|Case 5:||Stability Derivative Calculation|
|Case 6:||Beta Sweep|
Grids for all cases will be provided, but participants are encouraged to build their own grids using 'best practice' techniques. IGES and STP models are available for grid construction. Grid size requirements will be available on the workshop website. All grids used for results presented at the workshop must be submitted to the SCPW Organizing Committee to be made available to all interested parties.