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DATA update 11.04.2019
x_vs_Cp_avrg.dat was updated, as the previous data file only showed the time-averaged Cp-values instead of the time- and span-averaged Cp-values (as shown in figure 5)
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DATA DESCRIPTION
Data corresponding to figure 5:
- x_vs_Cf_avrg.dat:
Contains time- and span-averaged Cf-values as a function of axial chord position. Starting point is the lower corner trailing edge. The values are written out marching in clock-wise direction around the leading edge ending up at the upper corner of the trailing edge.
- x_vs_Cp_avrg.dat:
Contains time- and span-averaged Cp-values as a function of axial chord position. Starting point is the lower corner trailing edge. The values are written out marching in clock-wise direction around the leading edge ending up at the upper corner of the trailing edge.
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Data corresponding to figure 6:
- cf_time_up_Nc_reference.dat:
Contains the skin-friction coefficient as a function of space and time for the upper surface for case C0. ASCII files can be directly read in by Tecplot. First column denotes time, second column denotes axial chord position and third column denotes Cf values. Note that the time is the original simulation time. t=0 in the paper corresponds to t=125.7015 in the original data files.
- cf_time_up_Od.dat:
Contains the skin-friction coefficient as a function of space and time for the upper surface for case G1. ASCII files can be directly read in by Tecplot. First column denotes time, second column denotes axial chord position and third column denotes Cf values. Note that the time is the original simulation time. t=0 in the paper corresponds to t=125.7015 in the original data files.
- cf_time_up_Nc_spanrefined.dat:
Contains the skin-friction coefficient as a function of space and time for the upper surface for case G2. ASCII files can be directly read in by Tecplot. First column denotes time, second column denotes axial chord position and third column denotes Cf values. Note that the time is the original simulation time. t=0 in the paper corresponds to t=125.7015 in the original data files.
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Data corresponding to figure 8:
- Coefficients.dat:
Contains time "t", lift coefficient "CL", pressure drag coefficient "Cdp", friction drag coefficient "Cdf" and average CL "CL_arvg_evry200steps". The sampling frequency is 200 steps with a time step of 2e-5.
- up_10c.dat: Wall density (column2) as a function of time (column 1) at upper trailing edge
- up_07c.dat: Wall density (column2) as a function of time (column 1) at x=0.7 on the upper side
- up_05c.dat: Wall density (column2) as a function of time (column 1) at x=0.5 on the upper side
- up_03c.dat: Wall density (column2) as a function of time (column 1) at x=0.3 on the upper side
- up_01c.dat: Wall density (column2) as a function of time (column 1) at x=0.1 on the upper side
- LE_00c.dat: Wall density (column2) as a function of time (column 1) at leading edge (x=0)
- lo_01c.dat: Wall density (column2) as a function of time (column 1) at x=0.1 on the lower side
- lo_03c.dat: Wall density (column2) as a function of time (column 1) at x=0.3 on the lower side
- lo_05c.dat: Wall density (column2) as a function of time (column 1) at x=0.5 on the lower side
- lo_07c.dat: Wall density (column2) as a function of time (column 1) at x=0.7 on the lower side
- lo_10c.dat: Wall density (column2) as a function of time (column 1) at lower trailing edge