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Numerical simulation of wave slamming on 3D offshore platform deck using a coupled Level-Set and Volume-of-Fluid method for overset grid system
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  • Journal title : Ocean Systems Engineering
  • Volume 5, Issue 4,  2015, pp.245-259
  • Publisher : Techno-Press
  • DOI : 10.12989/ose.2015.5.4.245
 Title & Authors
Numerical simulation of wave slamming on 3D offshore platform deck using a coupled Level-Set and Volume-of-Fluid method for overset grid system
Zhao, Yucheng; Chen, Hamn-Ching; Yu, Xiaochuan;
 Abstract
The numerical simulation of wave slamming on a 3D platform deck was investigated using a coupled Level-Set and Volume-of-Fluid (CLSVOF) method for overset grid system incorporated into the Finite-Analytic Navier-Stokes (FANS) method. The predicted slamming impact forces were compared with the corresponding experimental data. The comparisons showed that the CLSVOF method is capable of accurately predicting the slamming impact and capturing the violent free surface flow including wave slamming, wave inundation and wave recession. Moreover, the capability of the present CLSVOF method for overset grid system is a prominent feature to handle the prediction of wave slamming on offshore structure.
 Keywords
computational fluid dynamics;CLSVOF;overset grid;slamming;fluid-structure interaction;
 Language
English
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