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Parallel Computing in Multiphase Flow Systems Simulations

Presented at 1994 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Chicago, Il (AES)

by Sangtae Kim

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Published by American Society of Mechanical Engineers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Flow, turbulence, rheology,
  • Data Processing - Parallel Processing,
  • Computers - General Information,
  • Computer Bks - General Information

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7804497M
    ISBN 100791814041
    ISBN 109780791814048

    Not surprisingly, the number of books dealing with the subject is volumi- TOPOLOGIES OF MULTIPHASE FLOW Multiphase flow patterns Computer simulations FLOW REGIMES Dimensional Analysis Flow File Size: 6MB. A final note needs mentioning: This is the first volume in the Advances in Parallel Computing book series that is published as an Open Access (OA) book, making the contents of the book freely accessible to everyone. The publication of the proceedings as an OA book .

    Parallel computing simulation of fluid flow in the unsaturated zone of Yucca Mountain, Nevada. Keni Zhang*, Yu-Shu Wu, G.S. Bodvarsson. Earth Sciences Division, Lawrence Berkeley National .   Mass conservation problem in mixing tank multiphase simulation: rockewan: FLUENT: 0: April 6, Ansys CFX - solving electric potentials and multiphase flow: cfd_multiphyiscs: CFX: 2: Ma calculate volume flow from a 2D simulation: SimonH. OpenFOAM: 0: Octo Unsteady simulation of flow .

    Compressible Multiphase Flow: Cavitation and Collapse Phenomena Cloud Cavitation. Cavitation is encountered in liquid flows which are subject to large pressure variations. It refers to the rapid growth . The first volume, Multiphase Flow Dynamics 1: Fundamentals, should be purchased by libraries for reference and by researchers in the field of thermal hydraulics in the nuclear safety industry. Volume 2, Cited by: 1.


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Parallel Computing in Multiphase Flow Systems Simulations by Sangtae Kim Download PDF EPUB FB2

Invited Papers Perspectives and Limits of Parallel Computing for CFD Simulation in the Automotive Industry (H. Echtle, H. Gildein, F. Otto, F. Wirbeleit, F. Kilmetzek). Application of Navier-Stokes.

In this paper a parallel algorithm employed to solve transient multiphase flows using the Volume-of-Fluid method (VOF) with Piecewise-Linear Interface Calculation (PLIC) reconstruction technique. used to solve the flow. In this paper a parallel algorithm employed to solve transient multiphase flows using the Volume-of-Fluid method (VOF) with Piecewise-Linear Interface Calculation (PLIC) reconstruction technique is presented.

The solution. Parallel computing is used in automotive industry for complex CFD simulations since years and can be considered as state of the art for all applications with non-moving meshes and a fixed grid topology. The widely used commercial CFD packages (e.g.

Fluent, StarCD etc.) show an acceptable performance on massively parallel computer systems. The feasibility of running MPI-parallel, GPU-accelerated, multiphase flow simulations on Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) service is evaluated as an alternative computational resource.

Even though 2D axisymmetric is a very easy choice for many multiphase flow simulations, in reality, many practical engineering problems end up with a 3D simulation with different complexities. That’s why, parallel computing is widely used in automobile industries, aerodynamics, combustion (spray combustion), multiphase systems [ 2 ], nuclear reactor engineering Author: M.

Khan, Clive A.J. Fletcher, Geoffrey Evans, Qinglin He. 3D numerical simulations for multi-phase flows have been implemented on the VPP/28 system at RIKEN. The physical processes are computed by using a splitting solution Author: Feng Xiao, Toshikazu Ebisuzaki.

Parallel reservoir simulators and efficient numerical meth ods for parallel computing are essential to improve simulation runs and simulators’ applicability. Reservoir simulations have been studied for decades by researchers, and various techniques have been devel-oped to model new recovery processes and to accelerate computer simulations File Size: KB.

We consider parallel computing technology for the thermal simulation of multicomponent, multiphase fluid flow in petroleum reservoirs. This paper reports the development and applications of a parallel thermal recovery simulation.

Purchase Parallel Computing: Fundamentals, Applications and New Directions, Volume 12 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNCOMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR MULTIPHASE FLOW Predicting the behavior of multiphase flows is a problem of immense im-portance for both industrial and natural processes.

Thanks to high-speed. A new parallel code for the simulation of the transient, 3D dispersal of volcanic particles in the atmosphere is presented. The model equations, describing the multiphase flow dynamics of gas and Cited by: Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days. This book is the maiden volume in a new series devoted to lectures delivered through the annual seminars “Short Courses on Multiphase Flow,” held primarily.

Abstract. MUFTE-UG, a parallel numerical simulator for multiphase flow and transport processes in porous media, is introduced.

The basic PDEs for two-phase flow together with a discretization and Cited by: 1. Parallel computing in multiphase flow systems simulations: presented at International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Chicago, Illinois, NovemberAuthor: Sangtae Kim.

For multiphase flow simulations, a number of load balancing strategies are proposed in the literature. Watts et al. [14] presented the first effort for dynamic load balancing of multiphase computations. Author: Najeeb Ahmad, Muhammad Nufail Farooqi, Didem Unat.

To provide a compatible computational platform with simulating large-scale multiphase flows, distributed computation via parallel computing is preferable. Parallelized multiphase flow simulations using the.

The aim of Fundamentals of Multiphase Flow is to bring much of this fundamental understanding together into one book, presenting a unifying approach to the fundamental ideas of multiphase flows. The book Cited by: This paper presents an efficient massively parallel scheme for modeling large-scale multiphase flow, multicomponent transport and heat transfer in porous and fractured reservoirs.

The new scheme is implemented into a parallel version of the TOUGH2 code and the numerical performance is tested on a Cray T3E (a distributed-memory parallel Cited by: The area of numerical methods for free-surface and multiphase flow has seen major advances in the last two decades along with the computational resources to simulate them.

The availability of massively parallel computing architectures promises access to simulations. Parallel simulation of multiphase flows using octree adaptivity and the volume-of-fluid method Gilou Agbaglah a,b,S´ebastienDelauxc,DanielFuster, b, J´eroˆme Hoepffnera, Christophe .Williams, John, Holmes, David, & Tilke, Peter () Parallel computation particle methods for multi-phase fluid flow with application oil reservoir characterization.

In Owen, R & Onate, E (Eds.) Particle Cited by: 6.A robust and efficient numerical method for the simulation of incompressible, immiscible, two-phase flows in two dimensions is presented. Following a comprehensive literature review, the one-fluid Author: Saadi Daftari.