Experience with a Geometry Programming Language for CFD Applications

Paper #:
  • 985572

Published:
  • 1998-09-28
Citation:
Fliegel, D., Dickens, T., and Winn, A., "Experience with a Geometry Programming Language for CFD Applications," SAE Technical Paper 985572, 1998, https://doi.org/10.4271/985572.
Pages:
9
Abstract:
The Boeing Aero Grid and Paneling System (AGPS) is a programming language with built-in geometry features. Accessible through either a graphical user interface (GUI) or through a command line, AGPS can be used by operators with different levels of experience.Distributed with AGPS are approximately 300,000 lines of macros, or command files, which automate many engineering design and analysis tasks. Most command files were developed to produce inputs to engineering analysis codes such as A502 [1] and TRANAIR [2]. In many cases, command files have been grouped together in AGPS “packages,” which offer users simple menu pick and dialog options to automate entire engineering processes.
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