Direct Numerical Simulations of Gas-Liquid Multiphase Flows

ISBN-10: 0521782406
ISBN-13: 9780521782401
Authors: Gr�tar Tryggvason, R. Scardovelli, St�phane Zaleski
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Numerical methods for drops and bubbles have undergone impressive progress in recent years. So much so that it is now possible to compute the flow and deformation of thousands of individual bubbles in complex three-dimensional flows. This new book begins by outlining the underlying theory about drops, bubbles and interfaces. In particular the governing Euler and Navier-Stokes equations are covered, the resulting vorticity dynamics described and the regarding mass and heat transport are addressed. The monograph continues, detailing a catalogue of computational techniques for such problems including both fixed and adaptive approaches. The authors present a definitive account of state of the…    

Author bio:

Gr�tar Tryggvason is a Professor and Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts.

St�phane Zaleski is Professor of Mechanics at the University Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC) in Paris and Head of the Jean Le Rond d'Alembert Institute (CNRS UMR 7190).

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Binding: Hardcover Publisher: Cambridge University Press Number of pages: 338 Dimensions: 6.97" wide x 9.96" long x 0.83" tall Weight: 1.694 lbs. Language: English

Table of contents

Part I. Multiphase Fluid Mechanics: 1. Euler and Navier-Stokes equations, jump conditions, one-field formulation; 2. Equations for heat and mass transfer, phase change; 3. Free surfaces; 4. Vorticity dynamics; Part II. Numerical methods: 5. Interface methods; 6. Time-marching schemes; 7. Updating the material fields; 8. Updating the material fields: marker chains; 9. Advection and diffusion; 10. Surface tension: discontinuity smearing; 11. Surface tension: cut-cell methods; 12. Pressure equation and multigrid methods; 13. Free surfaces; 14. Compressible flow; 15. Adaptive mesh refinement; Part III. Applications: 16. Basic drops and bubbles; 17. Bubbly flows; 18. Boiling; 19. Atomization;…