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Numerical assessment of mass conservation on a MAC-type method for viscoelastic free surface flows
A numerical study of mass conservation of MAC-type methods is presented, for viscoelastic free-surface flows. We use an implicit formulation which allows for greater time steps, and therefore time marching schemes for ...
Flow In Rectangular Cavity Of Porous Walls With Variable Mass Injection
(Publ by AIChE, New York, NY, United States, 1989)
Flow hydrodynamics and contaminant transport in the flow past a lateral square cavity
Turbulent flows past lateral cavities play an important role in the transport of contaminants in rivers and streams. Cavities are surface storage zones, where large-scale unsteady coherent structures are the leading ...
A two phase flow nonlinear parameter estimation for capillary tube-suction line heat exchanger
Here we present two-phase flow nonlinear parameter estimation for HFC's flow through capillary tube-suction line heat exchangers, commonly used as expansion devices in small refrigeration systems. The simplifying assumptions ...
Numerical investigation of three dimensional viscoelastic free surface flows: Impacting drop problem
This work presents a numerical investigation of three dimensional viscoelastic free surface flows. In particular, using two different numerical methodologies, we have simulated a typical free-surface benchmark flow problem: ...
Vortex dynamics of rectangular lateral cavities in open channel flows: Effects of the aspect ratio on mass transport and residence times
Turbulent ows past lateral cavities in rivers and open channels play an impor- tant role in many environmental and geophysical applications. Large-scale coherent structures produced in the cavity are the most important ...
Experimental And Numerical Investigation Of Gas-liquid Flow In A Rectangular Bubble Column With Centralized Aeration Flow Pattern
(Italian Association of Chemical Engineering - AIDIC, 2013)
Experimental And Numerical Study On The Two-phase Flow Distribution Between Two Passes Of A Heat Exchanger
(Publ by ASME, New York, NY, United States, 1990)