Template:Demo UFR Test Brief
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- Convey the general set up of the test-case configuration( e.g. airflow over a bump on the floor of a wind tunnel)
- Describe the geometry, illustrated with a sketch
- Specify the flow parameters which define the flow regime (e.g. Reynolds number, Rayleigh number, angle of incidence etc.)
- Give the principal measured quantities (i.e. assessment quantities) by which the success or failure of CFD calculations are to be judged. These quantities should include global parameters but also the distributions of mean and turbulence quantities.
The description can be kept fairly short if a link can be made to a data base where details are given. For other cases a more detailed, fully self-contained description should be provided.