# Semi-implicit FEM analysis of natural convection in freezing water

@inproceedings{Banaszek1999SemiimplicitFA, title={Semi-implicit FEM analysis of natural convection in freezing water}, author={Jerzy Banaszek and Yogesh Jaluria and Tomasz Kowalewski and Marek Rebow}, year={1999} }

( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) time, and 3 an enthalpy-porosity approach to account for the latent heat effect on a fixed finite element grid. Credibility of the obtained numerical predictions is investigated through computational model verification and validation procedures. Commonly used benchmark problems are employed to verify the algorithm accuracy and performance. The natural convection of freezing pure water is studied experimentally through the use of sophisticated full-field acquisition experimental… CONTINUE READING

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