A Volume-tracking Method for Incompressible Multifluid Flows with Large Density Variations

  title={A Volume-tracking Method for Incompressible Multifluid Flows with Large Density Variations},
  author={Murray Rudman},
A numerical technique (FGVT) for solving the time-dependent incompressible Navier–Stokes equations in fluid flows with large density variations is presented for staggered grids. Mass conservation is based on a volume tracking method and incorporates a piecewise-linear interface reconstruction on a grid twice as fine as the velocity–pressure grid. It also uses a special flux-corrected transport algorithm for momentum advection, a multigrid algorithm for solving a pressure-correction equation and… CONTINUE READING
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