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Adaptive thermo-fluid moving boundary computations for interfacial dynamics. (English) Zbl 1293.76100
Summary: In this study, we present adaptive moving boundary computation technique with parallel implementation on a distributed memory multi-processor system for large scale thermo-fluid and interfacial flow computations. The solver utilizes Eulerian-Lagrangian method to track moving (Lagrangian) interfaces explicitly on the stationary (Eulerian) Cartesian grid where the flow fields are computed. We address the domain decomposition strategies of Eulerian-Lagrangian method by illustrating its intricate complexity of the computation involved on two different spaces interactively and consequently, and then propose a trade-off approach aiming for parallel scalability. Spatial domain decomposition is adopted for both Eulerian and Lagrangian domain due to easy load balancing and data locality for minimum communication between processors. In addition, parallel cell-based unstructured adaptive mesh refinement (AMR) technique is implemented for the flexible local refinement and even-distributed computational workload among processors. Selected cases are presented to highlight the computational capabilities, including Faraday type interfacial waves with capillary and gravitational forcing, flows around varied geometric configurations and induced by boundary conditions and/or body forces, and thermo-fluid dynamics with phase change. With the aid of the present techniques, large scale challenging moving boundary problems can be effectively addressed.
MSC:
76M25 Other numerical methods (fluid mechanics) (MSC2010)
76D05 Navier-Stokes equations for incompressible viscous fluids
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