|August 13, 2013, 09:53||
New OpenFOAM PhD Thesis available for downloading
Santiago Marquez Damian
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Santa Fe, Santa Fe, Argentina
Posts: 430Rep Power: 16
Hi all, I defended my PhD thesis en March, 2013. It was available only for reading since not all reviews were applied, now this process has finished and it can be downloaded through the respective link provided in my user page at openfoamwiki.net: http://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/User:Santiagomarquezd
The topics covered are the following:
I hope you find this new material useful and I'm open to suggestions or questions about the topics presented in the thesis.
Santiago MÁRQUEZ DAMIÁN, Ph.D.
Research Center for Computational Methods (CIMEC) - CONICET/UNL
Tel: 54-342-4511594 Int. 7032
Colectora Ruta Nac. 168 / Paraje El Pozo
(3000) Santa Fe - Argentina.
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|May 20, 2014, 05:34||
Join Date: Mar 2014
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first of all, thank you for your thesis. I just read about 3 chapters of it and found it quite interesting, especially the ASMM and the Extended Model.
Since in my thesis I will also have to deal with multiphase flows I am currently trying to figure out which options I have. Unfortunately my mixture will contain low loads of particles (that I consider as solid, but very small and thus with a fluid like behaviour), a liquid phase and - in some cases - air. So far I have considered to apply the mixture model presented by Ishii and Hibiki to resolve the Solid/Liquid interaction and wanted to add this to a VOF solver.
Now, since I read your thesis, I understand that ASMM is based on the mixture model, and your extended model on ASMM, thus it should be possible to use it to solve the three-state mixture as whole. Are you aware of any test cases in this area, or have you (or a colleague) done any development regarding this? I had a short glance at the thesis of Bohorquez, but am not convinced that it is the droid I am looking for.
Furthermore: Is there any publicly available implementation of your solver? I haven't found anything so far.
Thank you so far,
P.S.: You got some neat vector based graphics, which program(s) did you use to draw them?
PhD Student at the Institute of Biochemical Engineering at TU München
Modelling of fluid dynamics in open photobioreactors.
OpenFOAM 2.3.x, 64bit, 8 Core Xeon Workstation
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