# A wave-propagation based volume tracking method for compressible multicomponent flow in two space dimensions

@article{Shyue2006AWB, title={A wave-propagation based volume tracking method for compressible multicomponent flow in two space dimensions}, author={Keh-Ming Shyue}, journal={J. Comput. Physics}, year={2006}, volume={215}, pages={219-244} }

- Published 2006 in J. Comput. Physics
DOI:10.1016/j.jcp.2005.10.030

We present a simple volume-of-fluid approach to interface tracking for inviscid compressible multicomponent flow problems in two space dimensions. The algorithm uses a uniform Cartesian grid with some grid cells subdivided by tracked interfaces, approximately aligned with the material interfaces in the flow field. A standard volume-moving procedure that consists of two basic steps: (1) the update of a discrete set of volume fractions from the current time to the next and (2) the reconstruction… CONTINUE READING

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