@article{rodio_xiao_hassan_rumsey_2015, title={NASA Trapezoidal-Wing Simulation Using Stress-omega, and One- and Two-Equation Turbulence Models}, volume={52}, ISSN={["1533-3868"]}, DOI={10.2514/1.c032848}, abstractNote={The Wilcox 2006 stress- model (also referred to as WilcoxRSM-w2006) has been implemented in the NASA Langley Research Center code CFL3D, and used to study a variety of two-dimensional and three-dimensional configurations. It predicted a variety of basic cases reasonably well, including secondary flow in a supersonic rectangular duct. One- and two-equation turbulence models that employ the Boussinesq constitutive relation were unable to predict this secondary flow accurately because it is driven by normal turbulent-stress differences. For the NASA trapezoidal wing at high angles of attack, the WilcoxRSM-w2006 model predicted lower maximum lift than the experiment, similar to the results of a two-equation model.}, number={4}, journal={JOURNAL OF AIRCRAFT}, author={Rodio, J. J. and Xiao, X. and Hassan, H. A. and Rumsey, C. L.}, year={2015}, pages={1189–1200} }