Proceedings

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Paper No. Title Authors Organizations Abstracts Papers
ICCFD11-0201 Turbulence Development Assessment in a LES Simulation M. Bove, G. Cazes, M. Draper and M. Mendina Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay Abstract
ICCFD11-0202 Atmospheric Boundary Layer Simulations with a LES Model Nested in a Regional Atmospheric Simulation M. Bove, A. Vignolo, M. Mendina, G. Usera and G. Cazes Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay Abstract
ICCFD11-0204 Wall-Modeled LES of Turbulent Flow Over a Two-Dimensional Gaussian Bump Prahladh S. Iyer and Mujeeb R. Malik NASA Langley Research Center, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-0301 High-Order Spatial and Temporal Approaches for Overset Applications and AMR Grids Dylan Jude, Jayanarayanan Sitaraman and Andrew Wissink U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-0302 Output-Based Mesh Adaptation for High-Speed Flows James G. Coder, Benjamin L. S. Couchman, Marshall C. Galbraith, Steven R. Allmaras and Nick Wyman University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-0303 Flux Reconstruction Solver for Arbitrarily Unstructured Grids with R-refinement R. Dhib, F. Ben Ameur, R. Vandenhoeck, A. Lani and S. Poedts University of Leuven, Belgium Abstract
ICCFD11-0305 Anisotropic Mesh Modifications for the Moving Discontinuous Galerkin Method with Interface Condition Enforcement for Robust Simulations of High-Speed Viscous Flows Eric J. Ching, Andrew Kercher and Andrew Corrigan Naval Research Laboratory, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-0401 Stable and Non-dissipative Kinetic-Energy and Entropy Preserving (KEEP) Schemes for Compressible Flows Y. Kuya and S. Kawai Tohoku University, Japan Abstract
ICCFD11-0402 Positivity-Preserving Entropy Stable Spectral Collocation Schemes of Arbitrary Order of Accuracy for the 3-D Navier- Stokes Equations N. K. Yamaleev and J. Upperman Old Dominion University, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-0403 Stable and Conservative High- Order Methods on Triangular Elements Using Tensor-Product Summation-By-Parts Operators T. Montoya and D. W. Zingg University of Toronto, Canada Abstract
ICCFD11-0404 Obtaining Accurate Functionals from High-Order Generalized Summation-by-Parts Discretizations in Curvilinear Coordinates D.A. Craig Penner and D.W. Zingg University of Toronto, Canada Abstract
ICCFD11-0405 Assessment of a High-Order Implicit Residual Smoothing Time Scheme for Multiblock Curvilinear Meshes A. Bienner, X. Gloerfelt and P. Cinnella Arts et Metiers Tech, France Abstract
ICCFD11-0501 Large-Scale Investigation of 3D Discontinuous-Galerkin- Hancock Method for Hyperbolic Balance Laws with Stiff Local Sources W. Kaufmann and J.G. McDonald University of Ottawa, Canada Abstract
ICCFD11-0502 Deneb: An Open-Source High- Performance Flow Solver Based on DRM-DG Method Hojun You, Juhyun Kim and Chongam Kim Seoul National University, S. Korea Abstract
ICCFD11-0601 Wake Breakdown in High- Fidelity CFD Simulations of Rotor-in-Hover: New Tools & Insights Nathan Hariharan, Jennifer N. Abras, and Robert Narducci Department of Defense (DoD) High Performance Computing Modernization Program, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-0602 Optimization of Non-Conventional Airfoils for Martian Rotorcraft using Direct Numerical Simulations Lidia Caros, Oliver Buxton and Peter Vincent Imperial College, UK Abstract
ICCFD11-0603 Quantitative Approach for the Accurate CFD Simulation of Hover in Turbulent Flow Neal M. Chaderjian NASA Ames Research Center, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-0701 A Multi-Physics Modeling Framework for Plasma Wind Tunnels A. Munafo, V. Le Maout, S. Kumar, R. Chiodi, F. Panerai, K. Stephani, D. J. Bodony, and M. Panesi University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-0702 A Nonlinear Schur Complement Solver for CFD-Based Multidisciplinary Models Anil Yildirim, Justin S. Gray, and Joaquim R. R. A. Martins University of Michigan, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-0703 An Infrastructure for Algorithmic Flexibility in Multifidelity and Multi-disciplinary CFD Simulations S. Morton, N. Hariharan, and D. McDaniel Department of Defense High Performance Computing Modernization Program, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-0801 Fluid-Structure Interaction with Multi-Body Collision: Application to Collective Fish Swimming in an Impermeable or Porous Enclosure M. Bergmann National Institute for Research in Digital Science and Technology (INRIA), France Abstract
ICCFD11-0802 XCOMPUTE: Algorithms and Instruction Sequences for CFD/FEA Multi-Physics G.J. Orr, R.J. Kwan and M. Doudar Xplicit Computing Inc, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-0803 Prediction of Permeability for Porous Materials Using a Surrogate Model Vijay B. Mohan Ramu and Savio J. Poovathingal University of Kentucky, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-0901 Propeller Representation in Full- Vehicle CFD: Actuator Disk Versus Body-Force Modeling Approaches Tianbo Xie and Alejandra Uranga University of Southern California-Los Angeles, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-0902 Improved Actuator Line Method For Ducted Fan Applications M-A. Breault and G. Dumas Laval University, Canada Abstract
ICCFD11-0903 Validation of Actuator Disk, Actuator Line and Sliding Mesh Methods within the LAVA Solver Gerrit-Daniel Stich, Luis S. Fernandes, Gaetan Kenway, Jeffrey A. Housman and Cetin C. Kiris NASA Ames Research Center, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1001 Output-Based h-p Refinement Strategy with Anisotropic AMR and High-Order CENO Finite-Volume Scheme for Three- Dimensional Inviscid Flows C. N. Ngigi and C. P. T. Groth University of Toronto, Canada Abstract
ICCFD11-1002 A High-Order Low-Dissipation Euler– Lagrange Method for Compressible Gas-Particle Flows Meet Patel and Jesse Capecelatro University of Michigan, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1003 Discontinuous Galerkin, Implicit Runge- Kutta, and Collocation Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations (or Time Stepping) H. T. Huynh NASA Glenn Research Center, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1201 Ray Tracing Methodology for Jet Noise Prediction T. Shanbhag, B. Y. Zhou, C. R. S. Ilário and J. J. Alonso Stanford University, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1202 A Zonal Direct-Hybrid Aeroacoustic Simulation Framework Using a High-Order Discontinuous Galerkin Spectral Element Method D. Kempf and C.-D. Munz Universitat Stuttgart, Germany Abstract
ICCFD11-1203 Assessment of Wavelet-based Separation Algorithms on Turbulent Boundary Layer Trailing-Edge Noise Prediction D.H. Kang and S. Lee University of California, Davis, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1204 Predicting Orion Launch Abort Acoustics F. Cadieux, M. Barad, J. Jensen, J. Angel and C. Kiris NASA Ames Research Center, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1205 Algorithmic Improvements to a High-Order Space Marching Method for Sonic Boom Propagation J. Housman, J. Jensen, G. Kenway and C. Kiris NASA Ames Research Center, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1301 Developing a Modern CFD Framework with Parallel Algorithms and Mesh Adaption J. McKee, Y. Mileyko, A. Fisher and A. Koniges University of Hawaii, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1302 A Method for Geometry- Sensitive, CFD Solver Independent Mesh Adaptation N. Wyman, M. Mirsky, P. Galpin and T. Hansen Cadence CFD, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1303 Parametrically Uniform Mesh Adaption for Unstructured Grids M. Lawry and M. Opgenorth Sierra Space, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1304 Automatic Boundary-Layer Adaptation of Structured Grids in VULCAN-CFD A. Scholten, P. Paredes, F. Li, J. White, R. Baurle and M. Choudhari NASA Langley Research Center, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1305 Adaptive Mesh Refinement and Turbulence Modeling Michael E. Olsen NASA Ames Research Center, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1401 A Conservative Overset Method for Unstructured Grids Steven Tran, and Jayanarayanan Sitaraman U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1403 Analysis of Edge-Based Method on Tetrahedra for Diffusion Boris Diskin, Hiroaki Nishikawa, and Yi Liu National Institute of Aerospace, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1404 Laminar and Turbulent Behavior Captured by A 3-D Kinetic-Based Discrete Dynamic System Xiaoyu Zhang, J. M. McDonough, and Huidan Yu Purdue University, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1502 Development of the PISALE Codebase for Simulating Flow and Transport in Large-scale Coastal Aquifer Young-Ho Seo, Jonghyun Lee, Alice Koniges, and Aaron Fisher University of Hawaii, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1601 Comparative Assessment of Accuracy of Shock-Capturing Schemes in Terms of Local- Truncation-Error Yoonpyo Hong, Soo Hyung Park, and Kwanjung Yee Seoul National University, South Korea Abstract
ICCFD11-1602 A Shock Capturing Sub- Filter Scale Legendre Spectral Viscosity (LSV) Closure Applied to High-Order Flux Reconstruction Schemes V. C. B. Sousa, and C. Scalo Purdue University, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1701 Progress in the Usage of Inexact Linearizations in Piggy-Back Iterations for Adjoint Computation E. Padway National Institute of Aerospace, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1702 Improving the Performance of a Compressible RANS Solver for Low and High Mach Number Flows Sabet Seraj, Anil Yildirim, Joshua L. Anibal, Joaquim R. and R. A. Martins University of Michigan, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-1802 Progress Toward Realizing the CFD Vision 2030 John R. Chawner Cadence CFD, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-2001 A Time-accurate, Fast-running CFD Method for the Prediction of A Full Aircraft Flutter Boundary H. Q. Yang, and Ben Armstrong CFD Research Corporation, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-2002 UAV Icing: Simulation of Aerodynamic Performance Degradation with CFD CFD R. Hann Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Abstract
ICCFD11-2003 Application of a CFD Modeling Framework to High Energy Density Regimes D. Eder, C. Parisuana, M. Gauthier, C. Schoenwaelder, and S. Glenzer University of Hawaii, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-2004 Numerical Investigation of a Bio-Inspired Airfoil with Air- Permeable Holes E. Tangermann, G. Ercolani, and M. Klein Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany Abstract
ICCFD11-2005 Influence of Canard on the Longitudinal and Lateral-Directional characteristics of a Delta configuration at Low Speeds Pathanjali R J, Praveen Kumar B, Muralidhar M, and Subhendu Saha Aeronautical Development Agency, India Abstract
ICCFD11-2101 Pseudo-Boiling of Supercritical Water R. Barney, R. McCallen, and J.P. Delplanque Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-2102 All-speed Multi-phase Computational Framework for Simulating the Entire Process of Underwater Explosions: Shocks, Cavitations, and Bubble Pulsations Kyungjun Choi, and Chongam Kim Seoul National University, South Korea Abstract
ICCFD11-2104 Moment Closure Description of Polydisperse, Polykinetic and Evaporating Liquid Sprays T. F. Leung, and C. P. T. Groth University of Toronto, Canada Abstract
ICCFD11-2105 A Polydisperse Gaussian-Moment Method for Extended Statistical Modelling of Multiphase Flows M. Marchildon, B. Allard, L. Ivan, and J.G. McDonald University of Ottawa, Canada Abstract
ICCFD11-2201 Verification of Nonequilibrium Thermochemistry Models for Hypersonic CFD by First-Principles Simulation E. Torres, T. Gross, E. Geistfeld, and T.E. Schwartzentruber University of Minnesota, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-2202 Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian Simulations of High Speed Particle Impacts Encountered During Hypersonic Flight Peter Yip, Erik Torres, Ioannis Nompelis, and Thomas E. Schwartzentruber University of Minnesota, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-2204 Property-Preserving Limiters for Discontinuous Galerkin Discretizations of Hyperbolic Problems D. Kuzmin Technical University Dortmund, Germany Abstract
ICCFD11-2301 High-Order Cut-Cell Methods for High-Fidelity Flow Simulations P. T. Brady and D. Livescu Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-2302 Comparison of LBM-RANS and LBM-VLES for 3D Taylor-Green Vortex Problems A. Jammalamadaka, Y. Li, R. Zhang, and H. Chen Dassault Space Systems, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-2401 Fully-Automated High-Fidelity LES Around High-Lift Aircraft Configuration Near Stall Hiroyuki Asada and Soshi Kawai Tohoku University, Japan Abstract
ICCFD11-2501 Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Multi-Material Shock Hydrodynamics A. Pandare, W. Li, J. Waltz, H. Luo, and J. Bakosi Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-2502 A Moving Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Method with Interface Condition Enforcement for Compressible Multi-material Flows H. Luo, G. Absillis and R. Nourgaliv North Carolina State University, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-2601 Effects of Thermochemical Non- Equilibrium in the Boundary Layer of an Ablative Thermal Protection System: A State-to- State Approach F. Bonelli, D. Ninni, L. D. Pietanza, G. Colonna, B. Helber,T. E. Magin, and G. Pascazio Politecnico di Bari, Italy Abstract
ICCFD11-2602 Study of Effect of Equilibrium and Finite-Rate Gas-Surface Interactions on Ablation of Graphite Material in Fully- Coupled Simulation between CHAMPS and KATS Solvers Aleksander L. Zibitsker, Joel A. McQuaid, Christoph Brehm, and Alexandre Martin University of Kentucky, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-2701 Receptivity of the BoLT-II Boundary Layer to Freestream Disturbances and Surface Roughness Zachary M. Johnston, Luke J. Melander, and Graham V. Candler University of Minnesota, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-2702 The Harmonic Linearized Navier-Stokes Equations for Transition Prediction in Three- Dimensional Flows P. Paredes, M. Choudhari, M. Carpenter, and F. Li NASA Langley Research Center, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-2703 Dynamic QSV-Based Large Eddy Simulation of Hypersonic Boundary Layer Transition Delay via an Impedance Boundary V. C. B. Sousa, V. Wartemann, A. Wagner, and C. Scalo Purdue University, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-2801 Direct Numerical Simulation of a Turbulent Boundary Layer Separating Over a Curved Wall Using FastRK3 A. B. Aithal and A. Ferrante University of Washington, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3001 An Adaptive Space-Time Hyperbolic Navier-Stokes Solver for Two-Dimensional Unsteady Viscous Flows E. Padway and H. Nishikawa National Institute of Aerospace, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3003 Bound-Preserving and Entropy- Stable Algebraic Flux Correction Schemes for the Shallow Water Equations with Topography H. Hajduk and D. Kuzmin Technical University Dortmund, Germany Abstract
ICCFD11-3004 Advanced CFD-Based Coupled Computational Approach for Prediction of Complex Flight Behaviors Jubaraj Sahu, Bradley Burchett, and Benjamin Gruenwald Oak Ridge Associated Universities, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3005 Development of Three-Dimensional Ray Tracing Solver for Communication Blackout in Atmospheric Entries Vincent F. Giangaspero, V. Sharma, S. Poedts, and A.Lani von Karmen Institute, Belgium Abstract
ICCFD11-3101 Dynamic Scale-Resolving Paradigm for Coarse Grained Simulations of Turbulent Mixing Fernando F. Grinstein Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3102 Direct Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Flow Using Hyperbolic Moment Methods L. Ivan and W. Kaufmann Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, Canada Abstract
ICCFD11-3103 Synthesizing Turbulent Channel Flow John William Poduska, Sr. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3105 Flow Field Reconstruction for Inhomogeneous Turbulence Using Data and Physics Driven Models Aditya S. Ghate, and Sanjiva K. Lele Stanford University, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3201 Comparison and Uncertainty Assessment of CFD Codes for Hypersonic Flow Modeling C. N. Onyeador, C. J. Waligura, L. Lopez, D. Hoskins, K. M. Sabo, and W. L. Harris Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3202 Reconstructing Arc-Jet Environments Using 2D Material Response Models L.P. Askins and A. Martin University of Kentucky, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3203 Characterization and Modeling of Spallation in Thermal Protection Systems K. Price, S. Bailey, and A. Martin University of Kentucky, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3204 A High-Order Scheme for the Numerical Simulation of High- Enthalpy Hypersonic Flows D. Passiatore, L. Sciacovelli, P. Cinnella, and G. Pascazio Politecnico di Bari, Italy Abstract
ICCFD11-3205 Rapid Hypersonic Simulations Using US3D and Pointwise C. Tang NASA Ames Research Center, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3301 Physics-Based Regression vs. CFD for Hagen-Poiseuille and Womersley Flows and Uncertainty Quantification Huiru Li, Md Mahfuzul Islam, Huidan Yu and Xiaoping Du Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3303 Distribution of SLS Integrated Load Uncertainty to Surface Pressures and Sectional Loads Derek J. Dalle, Stuart E. Rogers, Aaron C. Burkhead and Jamie G. Meeroff NASA Ames Research Center, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3401 Deep Learning for Wake Modeling of Wind Turbines Suraj Pawar, Ashesh Sharma, Ganesh Vijayakumar, Christopher J. Bay, and Shashank Yellapantula Oklahoma State University, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3402 Analysis on the Flow Over a Vertical-Axis Wind Turbine with Varying Tip-Speed Ratio and Solidity Sangwoo Ahnn and Haecheon Choi Seoul National University, South Korea Abstract
ICCFD11-3403 An Open-Source Incompressible- Flow Hybrid-Solver Framework for Massively Parallel Blade-Resolved Wind Farm Simulations Under Atmospheric Inflow Ashesh Sharma, Michael J Brazell, Ganesh Vijayakumar, Shreyas Ananthan, Lawrence Cheung, Marc Henry de Frahan, Paul Mullowney, Jon Rood, Philip Sakievich and Michael A. Sprague National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3501 Discrete Exterior Calculus Based Flow Simulations on a Sphere for the Modeling of Solar Inertial Modes R. Ayoub, P. Jagad, R. Samtaney, J. Philidet, and L. Gizon King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia Abstract
ICCFD11-3503 Recent Development of Entropy Split Methods for Gas Dynamics and MHD H.C. Yee, and Björn Sjögreen NASA Ames Research Center, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3602 Estimation of the Risk of Airborne Transmission in an Elementary School Classroom through Large Eddy Simulation A. Vignolo, M. Draper, and G. Usera Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay Abstract
ICCFD11-3603 Industrial and Biomedical CFD Workflows Enhanced with In Situ Knowledge Capture and Computational Steering Steve M. Legensky, Earl P.N. Duque, Dave A. Amels, Brad Whitlock, Marcus Meyer, Axel Gerstenberger, and Paolo Adami Intelligent Light, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3701 Analysis of a Flapping Blade in Two-Phase Flow A. Viljoen, W. H. Ho and D. J. Chandar University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa Abstract
ICCFD11-3702 Vortex Structure Analysis Method for Separated Shear Flow Takuto Ogawa, Tomoaki Tatsukawa and Fujii Kozo Tokyo University of Science, Japan Abstract
ICCFD11-3703 Flow Characteristics of the Wandering Blade Tip Vortex Young-Jin Yoon and Haecheon Choi Seoul National University, South Korea Abstract
ICCFD11-3801 Obstacle Location and Identification using Time Reversal and Deep Learning Adar Kahana, Oded Ovadia, Eli Turkel and Dan Givoli Tel-Aviv University, Israel Abstract
ICCFD11-3802 Machine Learning-Based Physics Inference from High-Fidelity Solutions: Vortical Features & Flow Separation Nathan Hariharan and Jennifer N. Abras Department of Defense High Performance Computing Modernization Program, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-3803 GPU-Based HPC and AI Developments for CFD S. Posey, J. Luitjens and O. Hennigh Nvidia Corporation, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-4001 Multi-Resolution Analysis of Partially-Stirred Reactor Models for Subgrid Turbulence / Chemistry Interactions J. Edwards, C. Rajath and A. Navratil North Carolina State University, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-4002 Numerical Simulation of Underwater Explosions Using Unstructured Grids Lingquan Li, Rainald Löhner and Facundo Nicolas Airaudo George Mason University, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-4003 Controlling Spatio-Temporal Evolution of Square and Rectangular Flames via Inlet Conditions J. Stempka, and A. Tyliszczak Czestochowa University of Technology, Poland Abstract
ICCFD11-4004 Validation of the New Modeling Capabilities of the Ansys Fluent CFD High-Speed Solver for the Simulation of Supersonic Combustion in SCRAMjets and Rotating Detonation Engines Bruce Crawford, Ishan Verma, Stefano Orsino, Jean-Sebastien Cagnone, and Shaoping Li Ansys, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-4101 Multidimensional HLLC Riemann Solver for the Eulerian Droplet Equation System H. Beaugendre, T. Vigier and F. Morency National Institute for Research in Digital Science and Technology (INRIA), France Abstract
ICCFD11-4102 Direct Numerical Simulation of Droplet Laden Homogeneous Shear Turbulence: Numerical Method and Flow Physics P. Trefftz-Posada and A. Ferrante University of Washington, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-4103 Droplet Formation Simulations Using Mixed Finite Element Method Darsh K. Nathawani and Matthew G. Knepley The State University of New York, Buffalo, USA Abstract
ICCFD11-4201 On the Simulation of Statistically Unsteady Flows with the RANS Equations L. Eca, M. Kerkvliet and S. L. Toxopeus Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal Abstract
ICCFD11-4202 A Large Time Step Numerical Method for the Euler Equations using Deep Learning Oded Ovadia, Adar Kahana, and Eli Turkel Tel-Aviv University, Israel Abstract
ICCFD11-4203 Flow Characteristics of the Wandering Blade Tip Vortex Young-Jin Yoon and Haecheon Choi Seoul National University, South Korea Abstract
ICCFD11-4204 Influence of Blunt-Body Base Protuberances on Near-Wake Unsteadiness C. Stack, L. Dechant, B. Robbins, Y. Zhang and K. Casper Sandia National Laboratories, USA Abstract