CAHL is a Computational
Dynamics (CFD) lab directed by Dr Chunlei Charles Liang. It was established in the MAE department of GW on August 1st, 2010.
In CAHL, we develop numerical solvers for both incompressible and compressible flows and we model interdisciplinary problems related to Aerospace, Mechanical, Civil, Marine, Chemical, and Biomedical engineering as well as Astrophysics.
International Symposium of High-order Methods for CFD as part of the 13th USNCCM at San Diego, July 2015.
Special Issue of Computers & Fluids
A Compressible High-Order Unstructured Spectral Difference Code for Stratified Convection in Rotating Spherical Shells , Vol 290, 90-111, J. Comp. Phys., 2015.
A Simple, Efficient, High-order Accurate Sliding-Mesh Interface Approach to the Spectral Difference Method on Coupled Rotating and Stationary Domains. Vol 295, 147-160, J. Comput. Phys., 2015.
A high-order solver for unsteady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
using the flux reconstruction method on unstructured grids with implicit dual
time stepping, Submitted to J. Comput. Phys.
A High-order Sliding/Deforming Spectral Difference Method and Application to Oscillating Wing Power Generators, Submitted to Computers & Fluids.
A High-order Method with Adaptive Mesh Refinement and Artificial Diffusivity on Unstructured Moving/Deforming Mesh for Shock Capturing, Submitted to Computers & Fluids.
The special issue of high-order
methods for CFD of Computers & Fluids.