2018 journal article

Direct numerical simulation of reactor two-phase flows enabled by high-performance computing


By: J. Fang*, J. Cambareri n, C. Brown n, J. Feng*, A. Gouws n, M. Li n, I. Bolotnov n

author keywords: Two-phase flow; DNS; Interface tracking method; Bubble tracking method
TL;DR: This paper reviews the recent research progress of two-phase flow DNS related to reactor applications and describes the current areas of active research including modeling of subcooled boiling, bubble coalescence, as well as the advanced post-processing toolkit for bubbly flow simulations in reactor geometries. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

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