Interface tracking simulations of bubbly flows in PWR relevant geometries

@inproceedings{Fang2017InterfaceTS,
  title={Interface tracking simulations of bubbly flows in PWR relevant geometries},
  author={Jun Fang and Michel E. Rasquin and Igor A. Bolotnov},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract The advances in high performance computing (HPC) have allowed direct numerical simulation (DNS) approach coupled with interface tracking methods (ITM) to perform high fidelity simulations of turbulent bubbly flows in various complex geometries. In this work, we have chosen the geometry of the pressurized water reactor (PWR) core subchannel to perform a set of interface tracking simulations (ITS) with fully resolved liquid turbulence. The presented research utilizes a massively parallel… CONTINUE READING
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