Closed Sparse—A Predictive Particle Cloud Tracer

@article{DomnguezVzquez2022ClosedSP,
  title={Closed Sparse—A Predictive Particle Cloud Tracer},
  author={Daniel Dom{\'i}nguez-V{\'a}zquez and B. F. Klose and Gustaaf B. Jacobs},
  journal={SSRN Electronic Journal},
  year={2022}
}
A closed and predictive particle cloud tracer method is presented. The tracer builds upon the Subgrid Particle-Averaged Reynolds Stress Equivalent (SPARSE) formulation first introduced in [Davis et al., Proceedings of the Royal Society A, 473(2199), 2017] for the tracing of particle clouds. It was later extended to a Cloud-In-Cell (CIC) formulation in [Taverniers et al., Journal of Computational Physics, 390, 2019] using a Gaussian distribution of a cloud’s influence over a meshbased, velocity… 

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