A Volume of Fluid Based Method for Fluid Flows with Phase Change

@inproceedings{Welch2000AVO,
  title={A Volume of Fluid Based Method for Fluid Flows with Phase Change},
  author={Samuel W. J. Welch and Jeffrey David Wilson},
  year={2000}
}
This paper presents a numerical method directed towards the simulation of flows with mass transfer due to changes of phase. We use a volume of fluid (VOF) based interface tracking method in conjunction with a mass transfer model and a model for surface tension. The bulk fluids are viscous, conducting, and incompressible. A one-dimensional test problem is developed with the feature that a thin thermal layer propagates with the moving phase interface. This test problem isolates the ability of a… CONTINUE READING

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