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We consider systems of hyperbolic balance laws governing flows of an arbitrary number of components equipped with general equations of state. The components are assumed to be immiscible. We compare two such models; one in which thermal equilibrium is attained trough a relaxation procedure, and a fully relaxed model in which equal temperatures are… (More)

We consider a hyperbolic system of conservation laws describing multicomponent flows through a transport pipeline, with applications to CO 2 transport and storage. We demonstrate that numerical dissipation easily leads to an underestimation of the amplitude of pressure pulses and the resulting pipe strain. We argue that recently developed high-resolution… (More)

We consider an isolated system of N immiscible fluids, each following a stiffened-gas equation of state. We consider the problem of calculating equilibrium states from the conserved fluid-mechanical properties, i.e., the partial densities and internal energies. We consider two cases; in each case mechanical equilibrium is assumed, but the fluids may or may… (More)

We present a multi-stage centred scheme, of the kind proposed by Toro [Appl. Numer. Math. 56 (2006) 1464], for numerically resolving the simultaneous flow of two fluids through a transport pipeline. This model contains non-conservative terms in both the temporal and spatial derivatives, and an extension of the standard numerical framework for conservation… (More)

a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t The level-set method is a popular interface tracking method in two-phase flow simulations. An often-cited reason for using it is that the method naturally handles topological changes in the interface, e.g. merging drops, due to the implicit formulation. It is also said that the interface curvature and normal vectors are… (More)

To leverage the last two decades' transition in High-Performance Computing (HPC) towards clusters of compute nodes bound together with fast interconnects, a modern scalable CFD code must be able to efficiently distribute work amongst several nodes using the Message Passing Interface (MPI). MPI can enable very large simulations running on very large… (More)

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