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Non-conservative explicit residual distribution formulation with “a posteriori” limiting for multiphase flow systems with source terms

12 June 2019 at 12:00 in Sala Consiglio of the DAER, 2nd Floor, Building B12, Campus Bovisa 

Dipartimento di Scienze e Tecnologie Aerospaziali
Via La Masa 34
20156 Milano 

DAER Seminar

 

Paola Bacigaluppi
Institute of Mathematics, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Abstract

Within the framework of the equilibrium two-phase mixtures with phase transition, this work focuses on a four-equation model, which allows to study certain typologies of cavitation problems, where the assumption of a homogeneous temperature, pressure and velocity are allowed. In particular, we tackle the study of time dependent problems with strong discontinuities and phase transition. Driven by the interest of engineering-based applications towards the treatment of non-conserved variables, this work presents a novel approach to solve systems of equations with a non-conservative formulation which guarantees the actual conservation of the mass, momentum and energy quantities, following [3] . This non-conservative formulation allows avoiding the classical oscillations obtained by many approaches, that might appear for the pressure profile across contact discontinuities. Further, the proposed method is formulated with an “a posteriori limiter” following the recent work [1] and is based on a finite volume- type residual distribution (RD) scheme designed for an explicit second-order time stepping (see [2]). This novel approach is cross-validated on several one- and two-dimensional benchmark problems with the approximated solution obtained via a conservative approach, based on an HLLC solver implemented for the CLAWPACK (CP) software.

References

[1]    P. Bacigaluppi, R. Abgrall and S. Tokareva, “A Posteriori” Limited High Order and Robust Resid- ual Distribution Schemes for Transient Simulations of Fluid Flows in Gas Dynamics, submitted

[2]    R. Abgrall, P. Bacigaluppi and S. Tokareva, A high-order nonconservative approach for hyperbolic equations in fluid dynamics. Computers & Fluids, Vol. 169, pp. 10-22, 2018

[3]    R. Abgrall and P. Bacigaluppi. Design of a second-order fully explicit residual distribution scheme for compressible multiphase flows. Sp. Proc. Math. & Stat., FVCA8, Vol. 200, pp. 257-264, 2017


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