Direct forcing/fictitious domain-Level set method for two-phase flow-structure interaction

Title & Authors
Direct forcing/fictitious domain-Level set method for two-phase flow-structure interaction
Jeon, Chung-Ho; Yoon, Hyun-Sik; Jung, Jae-Hwan;

Abstract
In the present paper, a direct forcing/fictitious domain (DF/FD) level set method is proposed to simulate the FSI (fluid-solid interaction) in two-phase flow. The main idea is to combine the direct-forcing/fictitious domain (DF/FD) method with the level set method in the Cartesian coordinates. The DF/FD method is a non-Lagrange-multiplier version of a distributed Lagrange multiplier/fictitious domain (DLM/FD) method. This method does not sacrifice the accuracy and robustness by employing a discrete $\small{{\delta}}$ (Dirac delta) function to transfer quantities between the Eulerian nodes and Lagrangian points explicitly as the immersed boundary method. The advantages of this approach are the simple concept, easy implementation, and utilization of the original governing equation without modification. Simulations of various water-entry problems have been conducted to validate the capability and accuracy of the present method in solving the FSI in two-phase flow. Consequently, the present results are found to be in good agreement with those of previous studies.
Keywords
Immersed Boundary Method;Direct Forcing/Fictitious Domain (DF/FD);Level-Set Method;Free Surface;Two-phase Flow;Fluid Structure Interaction;
Language
Korean
Cited by
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가진 주파수에 따른 이차원 사각탱크 내부의 슬로싱에 관한 수치적 연구,정재환;이창열;윤현식;김효주;

한국전산유체공학회지, 2015. vol.20. 1, pp.16-25
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