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'''About this module'''
This module solved the Navier-Stokes problme for a multifluid system considering large jumps just in density. It means tractions are considered continuous at the interface  
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* Solves the Navier-Stokes equations for a multi-fluid system considering large jumps in ''density''.
and therefore no jump in viscosity is considered. Level set method is used to detrmine the interface at each step. Local pressure enrichment is considered at the  
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* Tractions are considered continuous at the interface and therefore no jump in viscosity is considered.  
cutted element to capture the dicontinuous pressure gradiant in these elements.
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* ''Level set'' method is used to determine the interface position at each step.
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* Local ''pressure enrichment'' is considered at the cutted element to capture the discontinuous pressure gradient.

Revision as of 14:11, 24 July 2013

Multifluid module

Introduction

Examples showing the class of problems that the code can solve (2-4 examples)

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Shape.jpg Brief description of what the model means
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About this module

  • Solves the Navier-Stokes equations for a multi-fluid system considering large jumps in density.
  • Tractions are considered continuous at the interface and therefore no jump in viscosity is considered.
  • Level set method is used to determine the interface position at each step.
  • Local pressure enrichment is considered at the cutted element to capture the discontinuous pressure gradient.
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