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PArallel, Robust, Interface Simulator (PARIS)

@inproceedings{Aniszewski2020PArallelRI,
  title={PArallel, Robust, Interface Simulator (PARIS)},
  author={W. Aniszewski and T. Arrufat and M. Crialesi-Esposito and S. Dabiri and D. Fuster and Y. Ling and J. Lu and L. Malan and S. Pal and R. Scardovelli and G. Tryggvason and P. Yecko and S. Zaleski},
  year={2020}
}
  • W. Aniszewski, T. Arrufat, +10 authors S. Zaleski
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • Paris (PArallel, Robust, Interface Simulator) is a finite volume code for simulations of immiscible multifluid or multiphase flows. It is based on the “one-fluid” formulation of the Navier-Stokes equations where different fluids are treated as one material with variable properties, and surface tension is added as a singular interface force. The fluid equations are solved on a regular structured staggered grid using an explicit projection method with a first-order or second-order time… CONTINUE READING
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