# Three-dimensional vortex methods for particle-laden flows with two-way coupling

@inproceedings{Walther2001ThreedimensionalVM, title={Three-dimensional vortex methods for particle-laden flows with two-way coupling}, author={Jens H. Walther and Petros Koumoutsakos}, year={2001} }

Abstract This paper presents a three-dimensional viscous vortex method for the simulation of particulate flows with two-way coupling. The flow is computed using Lagrangian vortex elements advected with the local velocity, while their strength is modified to account for viscous diffusion, vortex stretching, and generating vorticity induced by the particles. The solid particles move according to viscous drag and gravity, creating vorticity, which is discretised using vortex elements. This method… CONTINUE READING

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