Computational study of the collapse of a cloud with 12500 gas bubbles in a liquid

@article{Rasthofer2019ComputationalSO,
  title={Computational study of the collapse of a cloud with 12500 gas bubbles in a liquid},
  author={U. Rasthofer and F. Wermelinger and P. Karnakov and Jonas vSukys and P. Koumoutsakos},
  journal={arXiv: Computational Physics},
  year={2019},
  volume={4},
  pages={063602}
}
We investigate the process of cloud cavitation collapse through large-scale simulation of a cloud composed of 12500 gas bubbles. A finite volume scheme is used on a structured Cartesian grid to solve the Euler equations, and the bubbles are discretized by a diffuse interface method. We investigate the propagation of the collapse wave front through the cloud and provide comparisons to simplified models. We analyze the flow field to identify each bubble of the cloud and its associated microjet… Expand
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