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harishameed33 November 11, 2012 10:28

Onera m6 wing
 
Hi,

i have downloaded the grid file of ONERA M6 wing from
http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/wind/val...ng/m6wing.html

there the geometric details are also shown in figure 2.

the wing in the grid has root chord length of 0.673m but in drawing it is 0.8059m, (the whole wing is scaled), so which config to use for flow analysis

Also does any one have its iges model???

bisoemarwoto November 20, 2012 08:56

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Originally Posted by harishameed33 (Post 391490)
Hi,

i have downloaded the grid file of ONERA M6 wing from
http://www.grc.nasa.gov/WWW/wind/val...ng/m6wing.html

there the geometric details are also shown in figure 2.

the wing in the grid has root chord length of 0.673m but in drawing it is 0.8059m, (the whole wing is scaled), so which config to use for flow analysis

Also does any one have its iges model???

Hello,

If the whole wing in the grid is scaled (by a same factor in the x,y,z direction) then you can readily use the grid, but take caution that the reference length to be used by the simulation (that defines the Reynolds number) must also be scaled by the same factor.

if you would like to have an unscaled grid, please contact me at

http://ecfd.nlr.nl/index.php/contact-us-now

and I may be able to let you have the grid, cgns and tecplot files, and run simulations through the framework of eCFD.

Best regards,
Bambang


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