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peter.zhao July 5, 2005 10:51

How to find standard store-seperation test case?
I want to find a store-seperation test case to validate my overset program but in vain for a week in google and library. It is much better for me if the test case is simple, standard and has calculation or experimental data for validation. Could someone given me some recommendations?

ag July 5, 2005 11:00

Re: How to find standard store-seperation test cas
Have you tried googling "eglin wing pylon finned store"?

ganesh July 6, 2005 11:05

Re: How to find standard store-seperation test cas
Dear Peter,

Try these papers,

AIAA 2003-1119 Implicit method for moving boundaries in a 3-D cartesian method

K.P. Singh etal, Dynamic Unstructured method for flows past multiple objects in relative motion, AIAA Jl., Vol 33, No4,Pg 641-647, April 95

You can find more references from these papers



peter.zhao July 7, 2005 08:46

Re: How to find standard store-seperation test cas
Thank g_denny, I have done so as you said. The problem of eglin wing pylon finned store is indeed what I need. However, I can't get the geometry information in detal.Could you give me further information? Thank Ganesh too. You tell me two important papers, but the case is too complicate. Could you give me a simple case?

bharatesh March 3, 2015 07:04

Eglin Test model
Hi guys,
Even I am also looking for the Eglin Test Model(geometry) and the experimental results of it, if anyone has it kindly share it to me.


bharatesh March 6, 2015 06:25

refer pointwise tutorial..

Megalos March 6, 2015 11:01

Are you sure that will do it. I think you should re-evaluate.

agd March 6, 2015 12:31

Since this board serves an international community, I am not sure how available certain web resources are. But when I google "eglin wing pylon store" the very first entry I get is a document by John Fox and Larry Liejewski that contains all the relevant geometric data for someone who is willing to take a few minutes to dig it out. Hope this helps.

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