Adaptive moment-of-fluid method

  title={Adaptive moment-of-fluid method},
  author={Hyung Taek Ahn and Mikhail J. Shashkov},
  journal={J. Comput. Physics},
A novel adaptive mesh refinement (AMR) strategy based on the moment-of-fluid (MOF) method for volume-tracking of evolving interfaces is presented. Moment-offluid method is a new interface reconstruction and volume advection method using volume fractions as well as material centroids. The mesh refinement criterion is based on the deviation of the actual centroid obtained by interface reconstruction from the reference centroid given by moment advection process. The centroid error indicator… CONTINUE READING
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