A Particle-based Multiscale Solver for Compressible Liquid-Vapor Flow

@article{Magiera2016APM,
  title={A Particle-based Multiscale Solver for Compressible Liquid-Vapor Flow},
  author={Jim Magiera and Christian Rohde},
  journal={arXiv: Numerical Analysis},
  year={2016}
}
To describe complex flow systems accurately, it is in many cases important to account for the properties of fluid flows on a microscopic scale. In this work, we focus on the description of liquid-vapor flow with a sharp interface between the phases. The local phase dynamics at the interface can be interpreted as a Riemann problem for which we develop a multiscale solver in the spirit of the heterogeneous multiscale method, using a particle-based microscale model to augment the macroscopic two… 

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