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By David M. Schuster (auth.), Alexander Kuzmin (eds.)

The overseas convention on Computational Fluid Dynamics is held each years and brings jointly physicists, mathematicians and engineers to check and proportion fresh advances in mathematical and computational thoughts for modeling fluid move. The lawsuits of the 2010 convention (ICCFD6) held in St Petersburg, Russia, comprise a variety of refereed contributions and are supposed to function a resource of reference for all these attracted to the cutting-edge in computational fluid dynamics.

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Edu Dmitry K. Zaytsev St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, St. ru Leonid V. edu V. ru David W. fr Part I Plenary Lectures The Expanding Role of Applications in the Development and Validation of CFD at NASA David M. Schuster Abstract This chapter focuses on the recent escalation in application of CFD to manned and unmanned flight projects at NASA and the need to often apply these methods to problems for which little or no previous validation data directly applies. The chapter discusses the evolution of NASA’s CFD development from a strict “Develop, Validate, Apply” strategy to sometimes allowing for a “Develop, Apply, Validate” approach.

Edu Dmitry K. Zaytsev St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University, St. ru Leonid V. edu V. ru David W. fr Part I Plenary Lectures The Expanding Role of Applications in the Development and Validation of CFD at NASA David M. Schuster Abstract This chapter focuses on the recent escalation in application of CFD to manned and unmanned flight projects at NASA and the need to often apply these methods to problems for which little or no previous validation data directly applies. The chapter discusses the evolution of NASA’s CFD development from a strict “Develop, Validate, Apply” strategy to sometimes allowing for a “Develop, Apply, Validate” approach.

Schuster they have a tool that is capable of predicting flow characteristics within a demonstrated error band. However, as most anyone who develops CFD methods already knows, end-user applications can quickly migrate away from the parameters under which the software was validated. In some cases, it becomes necessary for end-users to apply the methods to problems that are well outside the validation range of the software. ” This places the end-user in a situation where they have little or no knowledge of neither how the method will operate for their particular problem nor how accurate it will be.

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