IUTAM Symposium on Computational Approaches to Multiphase Flow: Proceedings of an IUTAM Symposium held at Argonne National Laboratory, October 4-7, 2004 / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Springer Netherlands
The book provides a broad overview of the full spectrum of state-of-the-art computational activities in multiphase flow as presented by top practitioners in the field. It starts with well-established approaches and builds up to newer methods. These methods are illustrated with applications to a broad spectrum of problems involving particle dispersion and deposition, turbulence modulation, environmental flows, fluidized beds, bubbly flows, and many others.
Table of ContentsPoint Particle Approach.- An Updated Classification Map of Particle-Laden Turbulent Flows.- On Fluid-Particle and Particle-Particle Interactons in Gas-Solid Turbulent Channel Flow.- Simulation of Particle Diffusion, Segregation, and Intermittency in Turbulent Flows.- Use of a Stochastic Method to Describe Dispersion and Deposition in an Idealized Annular Flow.- On Momentum Coupling Methods for Calculation of Turbulence Attenuation in Dilute Particle-Laden Gas Flows.- Multifractal Concentrations of Heavy Particles in Random Flows.- Turbulence Modulation by Micro-Particles in Boundary Layers.- Stochastic Diffusion of Finite Inertia Particles in Non-Homogeneous Turbulence.- Accumulation of Heavy Particles in Bounded Vortex Flow.- Lattice-Boltzmann and Molecular Dynamic Simulations.- A Numerical Study of Planar Wave Instabilities in Liquid-Fluidized Beds.- Lattice Boltzmann Simulations to Determine Forces Acting on Non-Spherical Particles.- Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Drop Motion on Uniform and Non-Uniform Solid Surfaces.- Fluctuating Immersed Material (FIMAT) Dynamics for the Direct Simulation of the Brownian Motion of Particles.- A Novel Definition of the Local and Instantaneous Liquid-Vapor Interface.- Fully-Resolved Multi-Particle Simulations.- DNS of Collective Behavior of Solid Particles in a Homogeneous Field.- ProteusA New Computational Scheme for Deformable Particles and Particle Interaction Problems.- An Explicit Finite-Difference Scheme for Simulation of Moving Particles.- Use of Variable-Density Flow Solvers for Fictitious-Domain Computations of Dispersed Solid Particles in Liquid Flow.- 3D Unsteady Simulation of Particle Sedimentation towards High Regimes.- Microstructural Effects in a Fully-Resolved Simulation of 1,024 Sedimenting Spheres.- A DNS Approach Dedicated to the Analysis of Fluidized Beds.- Performance of Various Fluid-Solid Coupling Methods for DNS of Particulate Flow.- Numerical Study of Particle Migration in Tube and Plane Poiseuille Flows.- New Advances in Force-Coupling Method: From Micro to Macro.- Treatment of Particle Collisions in Direct Numerical Simulations of High Speed Compressible Flows.- Free Surface Flows, Drops and Bubbles.- Struggling with Boundary Layers and Wakes of High-Reynolds-Number Bubbles.- Direct Numerical Simulations of Bubbly Flows.- Direct Numerical Simulation of Droplet Formation and Breakup.- A Sharp-Interface Cartesian Grid Method for Computations of Droplet Impact and Spreading on Surfaces of Arbitrary Shape.- A Finite-Volume/Front-TrackingMethod for Computations of Multiphase Flows in Complex Geometries.- The Effect of Surfactant on Rising Bubbles.- Numerical Simulation of Shock Propagation in Bubbly Liquids by the Front Tracking Method.- Large-Eddy Simulation of Steep Water Waves.- Adaptive Characteristics-Based Matching (aCBM): A Method for Interfacial Dynamics in Compressible Multiphase Flows.- Compressible Multi-Hydrodynamics (CMH): Breakup, Mixing, and Dispersal of Liquids/Solids in High Speed Flows.- Large Eddy Simulations, Applications and Other Physics.- On Stochastic Modeling of Heavy Particle Dispersion in Large-Eddy Simulation of Two-Phase Turbulent Flow.- Flow of Bubbly Liquids in a Vertical Pipe: Theory and Experiments.- Effect of Particle Inertia in Particulate Density Currents.- Modeling Finite-Size Effects in LES/DNS of Two-Phase Flows.- Lagrangian Aspects to Multiphase Flows.- Effect of Fluid Velocity Fluctuations on the Dynamics of a Sheared Gas-Particle Suspension.- Prediction of Particle Laden Turbulent Channel Flow Using One-Dimensional Turbulence.