• Corpus ID: 119094869

A Technique for Computing Dense Granular Compressible Flows with Shock Waves

  title={A Technique for Computing Dense Granular Compressible Flows with Shock Waves},
  author={Ryan W. Houim and Elaine S. Oran},
  journal={arXiv: Computational Physics},
  • R. Houim, E. Oran
  • Published 4 December 2013
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Computational Physics
A numerical procedure was developed for solving equations for compressible granular multiphase flows in which the particle volume fraction can range dynamically from very dilute to very dense. The procedure uses a low-dissipation and high-order numerical method that can describe shocks and incorporates a particulate model based on kinetic theory. The algorithm separates edges of a computational cell into gas and solid sections where gas- and granular-phase Riemann problems are solved… 


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