A Five-Equation Model for the Simulation of Interfaces between Compressible Fluids

  title={A Five-Equation Model for the Simulation of Interfaces between Compressible Fluids},
  author={Gr{\'e}goire Allaire and S{\'e}bastien Clerc and Samuel Kokh},
A diffuse-interface method is proposed for the simulation of interfaces between compressible fluids with general equations of state, including tabulated laws. The interface is allowed to diffuse on a small number of computational cells and a mixture model is given for this transition region. We write conservation equations for the mass of each fluid and for the total momentum and energy of the mixture and an advection equation for the volume fraction of one of the two fluids. The model needs an… CONTINUE READING
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