A Fluid-Mixture Type Algorithm for Compressible Multicomponent Flow with Mie – Grüneisen Equation of State

  title={A Fluid-Mixture Type Algorithm for Compressible Multicomponent Flow with Mie – Gr{\"u}neisen Equation of State},
  author={Keh-Ming Shyue},
A simple interface-capturing approach proposed previously by the author for efficient numerical resolution of multicomponent problems with a van der Waals fluid [J. Comput. Phys ., 156 (1999), pp. 43–88] is extended to a more general case with real materials characterized by a Mie–Gr ̈ uneisen equation of state. As before, the flow regime of interests is assumed to be homogeneous with no jumps in the pressure and velocity (the normal component of it) across the interfaces that separate two… CONTINUE READING
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