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Code identifier: (insert the same identifier as in the computed results) Except when stated otherwise, please reply to each question by filling the appropriate alternative(s) (key letters) into the attached answer sheet (quest-answer.xls). Note that more than one alternative may be applicable! Submit the completed questionnaire by 3rd December 2004 to Dr. Takanori Hino, Center for CFD Research, National Maritime Research Institute, 6-38-1 Shinkawa, Mitaka, TOKYO 181-0004, Japan. Phone: +81-422-41-3044, Fax: +81422-3136, Email: cfdws05@nmri.go.jp. The replies will be summarized in a table, using the key letters given within brackets after each alternative. If answers differ between the computed cases, please duplicate relevant parts inside the same cell of the answer sheet! The coordinate system is the same as in the computed results.

A. OVERALL STRATEGY 1. Domain of simulation? a. Complete hull (H) b. Only the stern and wake flow (S) c. Other (O, specify) 2. In your domain, which approach is used? a. Global (single method is used for entire flow)(G) b. Zonal (separate methods are used in different regions) (Z) 3. If zonal, complete the remainder for each viscous-flow region, carefully denoting the region to which the description applies. If a viscous/inviscid interaction method is used, indicate the interaction method used: a. Displacement thickness (D) b. Surface and wake blowing or suction (S) c. Matching along a specified boundary outside the viscous layer (M) d. Other (O, specify) B. EQUATIONS SOLVED 1. Which best describes the equations solved? a. Direct Simulation: Navier-Stokes (NS) equations with no models (N) b. Large Eddy Simulation (LES): NS equations with sub-grid model (L) c. Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) equations(R) d. Detached Eddy Simulation (DES): NS equations with hybrid model of LES and RANS (D) e. RANS with grid related approximations (Ra) f. Partially-parabolic RANS (P) g. Thin-Layer RANS (T)

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ε) a. Type of model a. What formulation is used for the dependent variables? a. Stream function and vorticity (SV) d. Full transformation (independent and dependent variables) i. specify) 2.e. specify) e. i. Contravariant (Cn) iii. p and U: k. k.g. P: V.g. Velocity and Pressure (VP) b. Reynolds stress equations (RS. (e. specify) 3. Two-equation. Covariant(C) ii. specify) g. Natural transition (N). ε. (AL. specify model c. I: integral) i. Describe the coordinate transformation used a. k. Other (O. BOUNDARY AND INITIAL CONDITIONS 1. Fully turbulent (T) d. Cylindrical (Cy) b. Other (O. Uniform distribution (U) c. None (N) b. specify location of transition b. Physical (Ph) c. specify) 4. Initial conditions (give letter in brackets. One-equation (e. Velocity and vorticity (VV) c. specify) d. specify) f.h. Boundary-layer equations (B: differential. Potential flow for (P) d. specify) i. TURBULENCE MODEL 1. followed by a colon and the quantities determined. Other (O. specify) C. specify) h. Transition point a. specify) 2. None (N) d. Other (O. Which base coordinate system are the equations formulated in? a. Large Eddy Simulation (LES. Partial transformation (independent variables only) (P) b. Algebraic eddy-viscosity or mixing-Length. From rest (R) b. Forced transition (F). Not applicable (N/A) D. Detached Eddy Simulation(DES. Algebraic stress equations (AS. specify) c. Boundary layer solutions (B) 2 . Other (O. Cartesian (Ca) b.

Zero derivative along longitudinal grid lines (1D) c. specify) 4. With pressure gradient (W) ii. Upstream boundary (give location (x/L). Zero second derivative along longitudinal grid lines (2D) d. Wall boundary (give max and min value of y+ for first grid point. Other (O. PROPELLER TREATMENT (KCS) 1. Wall functions i. Uniform distribution (U) b.e. l D: V. Without pressure gradient (WO) c. Lifting line (BL) iii. Lifting body (BB) v. letter in brackets: quantities determined.e. N) a. what treatment is used on centerplane? a. Actual Propeller (A) b. Downstream boundary (give location (x/L). i. 1. ε) a. Far field boundary (give location (R/L or y/L and z/L). ε) a. Other (O. followed by letter in brackets. -1. Other (O. Free boundary (F) e.3-0. i. If a half-domain simulation is used. letter in brackets: quantities determined. Other (O. Zero(Z) ii.5. k. From potential flow (P) b. Zero derivative along normal grid lines (1D) c. From uniform flow (U) iii.0. Propeller model a. specify) E. Other (O. specify) 6. Potential flow for (P) c. Other (O. Symmetry conditions (S) b.e. Value of quantity specified (0D) b. Lifting surface (BS) iv. letter in brackets: quantities determined. 1D: V. specify) 2.e. specify) 3 .e. Prescribed (BP) ii.5. specify) 3. Value of quantity specified i. No-slip (N) b. No condition (N) e. Boundary layer solutions (B) d. p and U:k.ε and 0D: p) a. specify) 5. i. Vortex lattice (BV) vi. Body force model i. P:V. 2. Other (BX. i. Zero second derivative along normal grid lines (2D) d. 1.5. p and Z: k.

No explicit enforcement of KFSBC (N) f. Special treatment of solid/free-surface contact line (SF.c. Small slope and vertical velocity gradient approximation (S) b. specify) 3. Other (O. Balanced with ship’s resistance (QB) e. VOF (V) iii. specify) 2. Use measured data (M) b. Prescribed (TP) ii. Addition of filtering (F) and/or artificial viscosity (A) is required c. Prescribed (RP) ii. Advance coefficient i. MAC (M) ii. Describe your free-surface treatment a. Balanced with ship’s resistance (TB) d. Torque i. How do you evaluate propeller open water performance (POT) ? a. Prescribed (QP) ii. specify) 2. specify) F. What approximations to the dynamic free-surface boundary conditions (DFSBC) are made? a. explain) e. specify) 3. Other (O. Please explain the following. Parameters given to propeller model a. Balanced with ship’s resistance (RB) b. Balanced with ship’s resistance (JB) c. Other (O. Viscous effects neglected (V) d. Surface tension neglected (T) c. Nonlinear free-surface tracking (T) c. None (N) 4 . Prescribed (JP) ii. Separate grids are used for flow solver and KFSB (S) d. Compute with propeller model (C) c. Other (O. Level set (LS) d. FREE-SURFACE TREATMENT (KCS AND MODEL 5415) 1. Free-surface capturing (fixed grid) i. Pressure jump (P) d. Propeller rotation rate i. Linearized free surface (L) b. Other (O. a. Discretization and solution scheme is similar with an underlying flow solver (R) b. concerning your treatment of the kinematic free-surface boundary condition (KFSBC). Thrust i.

Other (O. Oscillatory pressure (OP) d. Analytic (A) b. Zero derivative in the direction normal to free surface (1N) c. Orthogonality a. Orthogonal everywhere (OE) 5. Oscillatory velocity and pressure (OVP) e. specify) 5. IGES file (I) 3. how do you generate incident waves? a. multiple answers may be needed) a. Multiblock structured (MS) c. Zero derivative along the grid lines (1G) d. Orthogonal at some boundaries(OB) d. Algebraic (L) d. which geometry format did you use? a.4. i. For given DFSBC formulation. followed by a colon and the quantities determined. Oscillatory velocity (OV) c. Hyperbolic (H) f. Numerical (N) c. Generation method a. What software did you use to generate your grids? a. Elliptic (E) e. Orthogonal in planes (OP) c. Commercial software (C. In-house software (I) 2. For your simulation. Single block structured (S) b. GRID 1 . Non-orthogonal everywhere (NE) b. Simulated wave maker (WM) b. list name and version): b. k. specify) G. Other (O. specify) 4. 1G:V. Zero derivative in the vertical direction (1Z) e. Parabolic (P) g. Conformal (C) 5 . Value of quantity specified (0D) b. Multiblock unstructured (MU) f. Offsets (O) b. Type of grid (For multiblock grid systems. Overlapping structured (OS) d. specify what conditions are applied to the dependent variables ( give letter in brackets.e. Other (O. Transfinite (T) h. Surface grid (G) c. ε and 0D:p ) a. For diffraction problem. Unstructured (U) e.

Hybrid (H) g. Other (O. Finite-volume (FV) d. Prismatic (P) b. Geometrical (G) j. Other (O. NUMERICAL METHOD (The answers to some of the questions of this paragraph may differ between the equations solved (i. Tetrahedra (T) d. Finite analytic (FA) e. specify) 2. What kind of CELL or ELEMENT is used? a. Integral (I) g. Finite element (L) f.i. Second order basis function for integration (SB) c. give answer for all) l. 3D(3) k. specify)) m. Hexahedra (H) c. Pyramid (PY) e. Finite volume. Finite-difference. Spatial discretization a. staggered grid (T) c. regular grid (V) d. Other (O. Post generation smoothing? (PS) 6. specify) 3. turbulence and free surface). If so. specify) 6 . regular or collocated grid (R) b. 2D plane by plane (2) l. Finite-element (FE) b. Other (O. Mixed (M) h. Finite-difference (FD) c.e. RANS. Adaptive (A) b. specify) 4. Control from inside the domain (D) H. Control a. General classification by discretization scheme a. Spectral (S) f. Spectral (S) d. Higher order polynomials (H) e. Control from boundaries (B) c. Finite-difference. Other (O. staggered grid (S) e. First order basis function for integration (FB) b. specify the appropriate terms for functional discretization and integration: a. For FINITE ELEMENT METHODS. Finite volume.

SIMPLER. Mass. e. Other. specify) 9. Compressible-flow code used at low Mach number (C) iv. specify) ii. Split (ADI-like)(A) e. SIMPLE. Other (OF.g. Newton (N) c. what quantities are formally conserved? a. standard (U) c. Other (O. Artificial compressibility (A) v. What kind of linearization scheme is used? a.. Direct method (D) ii. specify) 7. specify) g. specify) b. momentum. specify) 8. Fourth (4) e. Rotated (R) e. skewed (K) d. (PR. Segregated i. etc. Centered (C) b. What scheme is used to couple pressure and velocity fields? a. MAC.. How are the convective terms discretized? a. Direct matrix inversion (M) d. Mass and momentum (M) c. SIMPLEC.g. For each iterative solver in your scheme. kinetic energy (J) d. In your scheme. Third (3) d. specify) 1 0. specify) 6. momentum. Fractional step. total energy (W) e. Explicit scheme (E) e. Fully-coupled solutions i. PISO. (O. Mass (Q) b. Upwind. Explicit artificial viscosity (E) f. Other (O. Pressure-correction technique. Quasi-Newton (Q) d. Picard (P) b. Hybrid. First (1) b. Incomplete LU decomposition (I) f. (H.5. Penalty method (P) iii. Second (2) c. Point substitution (P) b. Krylov methods. Other (O. conjugate gradient methods (C) 7 . please specify the method used a. Other (OS. Mass. Mixed (M) h. Upwind. e. Line substitution (L) c. What is the formal order of accuracy of the convective term discretization? a.

Distributed memory scalable parallel processing system (D) h. Multi-stage explicit (M) f. specify approach a. Runge-Kutta (R) d. What is the theoretical speed of this computer? a. single-program multiple data. COMPUTATIONS l. specify) I. Model: c. Shared memory scalable parallel processing system (S) i. Other (O. Message-passing interface (MPI). PC cluster (PC) l..g. Other (O. Adams-Bashforth (A) e. Grid sequencing (G) d. Processor type: d. Additive terms (e. Other (O. specify) 11. specify) 13. threads. and distributed memory (M) b. How are the temporal terms discretized? a. quasi-time dependent. specify) 12. Euler implicit (I) c. and shared memory (OM) 8 . Under-relaxation (U) b. Third (3) d. PC (P) 2. fixed or variable time step)(A) f. Total memory: g. Processor speed: f. Fourth (4) e. Over-relaxation (R) c. Three point backward implicit (B) g. If parallel computing was used.g. Spec CPU2000 (CFP2000): 3. Vector processing system (V) j. Manufacturer: b. First (1) b. Multi-grid (M) e. Specify any pre-conditioning or acceleration techniques which are used a. Number of processors: e. Engineering workstation (W) k. OpenMP. Second (2) c. Euler explicit (E) b. What is the formal order of accuracy of the temporal terms discretization ? a. In GFLOPS: b. Other (O. What computer was used for the simulation? a.

Other. Richardson extrapolation via systematic grid studies(R) i. Residuals(R) b. High-performance Fortran (HPF) (H) d. Number of blocks: c. finest grid a. Computer round-off (R) d. How did you determine the spatial discretization error/uncertainty? a. MW: b. UNCERTAINTY ASSESSMENT 1. i.. GB: ii. CPUtime (seconds) for the complete simulation: b. Convergence. finest grid a. In gigabytes. finest grid B. Previous experience (E) 9 . Number of points in the smallest block: d. Number of processors: ii. Convergence criterion: J. Iterative history of integral quantity (e. Case for which you performed your uncertainty assessment: 2. Total memory i.g. Grid specification.c. describe) c. specify) 3. Number of grids used: ii. resistance)(I) c. Total number of points: b. CPUtime (seconds) per iteration per grid point: c. Number of points in the largest block: 5. specify) 4. finest grid a. Refinement ratio used: b. Memory requirements. (O. SGI doacross) (V) e. Time.. specify) 4.. or in megawords. velocity or pressure at a specific point in the flow field)(P) d. Spatial discretization (S) b. Other (O. Vendor constructs (e. Lack of iterative convergence (I) c. Single-grid error methods (S. Required memory per processor: 6. Wall-clock time (seconds) for the complete simulation: 7. For parallel computations. What sources of error were you able to evaluate? a. Number of iterations or time steps for convergence: b.g. Iterative history of point quantity (e. Other (O.g. How did you determine the error due to lack of iterative convergence? a.

Indicate appropriate sections (A through J.d. 10 . CODE REFERENCES References to the method and previous results must be included in the paper L. above). COMMENTS Use this section to provide additional information. Other (O. specify) 5. List any references used in your uncertainty assessment: K.

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