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Applications of Three-Dimensional Multiphase Flow Simulations for Prediction of Wave Impact Pressure
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 Title & Authors
Applications of Three-Dimensional Multiphase Flow Simulations for Prediction of Wave Impact Pressure
Jeong, Se-Min; Hwang, Sung-Chul; Park, Jong-Chun;
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 Abstract
In this study, the impact loads on tank walls by sloshing phenomena and on a tall structure in a three-dimensional rectangular tank were predicted using multiphase flow simulations. The solver was based on the CIP/CCUP (Constraint interpolation CIP/CIP combined unified procedure) method, and the THINC-WLIC (Tangent hyperbola for interface capturing-weighted line interface calculation) scheme was used to capture the air-water interface. For the convection terms of the Navier-Stokes equations, the USCIP (Unsplit semi-lagrangian CIP) method was adopted. The results of simulations were compared with those of experiments. Overall, the comparisons were reasonably good.
 Keywords
Impact pressure;Multiphase flow;CCUP(CIP combined unified procedure) method;USCIP (Unsplit semi-lagrangian CIP) method;THINC-WLIC(Tangent of hyperbola for interface capturing-weighted line interface calculation) scheme;
 Language
Korean
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