ONERA dynamic stall model definition

@DYNAMIC_STALL_MODEL_DEFINITION {
@DYNAMIC_STALL_MODEL_NAME {DstModlName} {
@TABLE_OF_LIFT_COEFFICIENTS {
@MACH_NUMBER {Mach1}
@LIFT_COEFFICIENTS {ω0, ω1, η0, η1, e0, e1, τd}
...
@MACH_NUMBER {MachNbMach}
@LIFT_COEFFICIENTS {ω0, ω1, η0, η1, e0, e1, τd}
}
@TABLE_OF_DRAG_COEFFICIENTS {
@MACH_NUMBER {Mach1}
@DRAG_COEFFICIENTS {ω0, ω1, η0, η1, e0, e1, τd}
...
@MACH_NUMBER {MachNbMach}
@DRAG_COEFFICIENTS {ω0, ω1, η0, η1, e0, e1, τd}
}
@TABLE_OF_MOME_COEFFICIENTS {
@MACH_NUMBER {Mach1}
@MOME_COEFFICIENTS {ω0, ω1, η0, η1, e0, e1, τd}
...
@MACH_NUMBER {MachNbMach}
@MOME_COEFFICIENTS {ω0, ω1, η0, η1, e0, e1, τd}
}
@COMMENTS {CommentText}
}
}

NOTES

  1. The data required for the ONERA Dynamic stall model is defined in this section. This model can be used in conjunction with the Peters and Leishman-Beddoes unsteady aerodynamic models.
  2. For the lift, drag, and moment problems, coefficients ω0, ω1, η0, η1, e0, e1, and τd are defined in terms of Mach number.
  3. It is possible to attach comments to the definition of the object; these comments have no effect on its definition.