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A tensorial approach to computational continuum mechanics using object-oriented techniques
The implementation of various types of turbulence modeling in a FOAM computational-fluid-dynamics code is discussed, and calculations performed on a standard test case, that of flow around a square prism, are presented.
High resolution NVD differencing scheme for arbitrarily unstructured meshes
SUMMARY The issue of boundedness in the discretisation of the convection term of transport equations has been widely discussed. A large number of local adjustment practices has been proposed,
Application of the finite volume method and unstructured meshes to linear elasticity
The linear stress analysis problem is discretized using the practices usually associated with the FVM, including second-order accurate discretization on control volumes of arbitrary polyhedral shape; segregated solution procedure; and iterative solvers for the systems of linear algebraic equations.
Implementation of semi‐discrete, non‐staggered central schemes in a colocated, polyhedral, finite volume framework, for high‐speed viscous flows
We describe the implementation of a computational fluid dynamics solver for the simulation of high‐speed flows. It comprises a finite volume (FV) discretization using semi‐discrete, non‐staggered
A unified formulation for continuum mechanics applied to fluid–structure interaction in flexible tubes
This paper outlines the development of a new procedure for analysing continuum mechanics problems with a particular focus on fluid–structure interaction in flexible tubes. A review of current methods
Hybrid Multiphase CFD Solver for Coupled Dispersed/Segregated Flows in Liquid-Liquid Extraction
The flows in stage-wise liquid-liquid extraction devices include both phase segregated and dispersed flow regimes. As a additional layer of complexity, for extraction equipment such as the annular
Large Eddy Simulation of Primary Diesel Spray Atomization
One of the major problems in the CFD simulation of Diesel sprays is the incomplete and inadequate specification of initial conditions for the spray droplets. This is mainly a consequence of lack of
Particle tracking in unstructured, arbitrary polyhedral meshes for use in CFD and molecular dynamics
Many classes of engineering fluid dynamics simulation require the tracking of discrete elements, for example, dispersed particles in a solvent, a spray of diesel injected into an internal Combustion