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Old   July 3, 2012, 17:52
Default FCT/TVD in Volume of Fluid (interFoam)
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Hi, I've asked to a couple of members of the forum about this topic and now I want to open the discussion in order to find more people working on it. The question is:

1. Why interFoam integrates the alphaEqn using MULES (a Flux Corrected Transport based method) instead of the standard fvm operators (based on TVD)?

References will be appreciated. If I found some useful references I will post them.

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Old   July 3, 2012, 18:43
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Greetings Santiago,

Check the links on this wiki page: http://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/InterFoam
I fixed/updated most links, after I spotted that someone had tagged the page as having broken links.
Most of them are pointing to very old threads, so hopefully you can find vital information!

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Thanks Bruno for recalling these old threads. I read them a long time ago, but in this new reading I remembered that at the first time FOAM VOF didn't have a FCT based limiter. The first version used CICSAM I think, then interface compression appeared with gamma scheme, finally interface compression and linear term started to being solved using FCT (MULES).

My question is related with the reasons for the change.

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As for CICSAM vs. MULES+interface compression, I believe a reason was that CICSAM would tend to align the interface with the mesh, whereas the latter keeps the interface sharp in a more smart way.

On a side note: At the OpenFOAM workshop 2012 there was a talk ("Libraries for 6-DOF Motion of the Floating Body") where the presenter had implemented CICSAM and HRIC into OpenFOAM and tested all of them. My impression was that their performance was very similar.

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Anton, Could you post the a link for this talk (if its available)? It would be valuable.

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The talks are not available yet. Deadline for submission is 13.07., so soon after it should be online.
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Ok, the comment was due we had lost the name of the conference/workshop/etc...

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On a side note: At the there was a talk
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This is the talk I was referring to:
http://www.openfoamworkshop.org/2012...lks/LeeHeebum/
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Hey guys,

check out the ship hydro library of Eric Patterson, which I think holds both.
It should be on the workshop USB stick, but you also can find it here
http://openfoam-extend.git.sourcefor...ydroSIG;a=tree

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Hey guys,

check out the ship hydro library of Eric Patterson, which I think holds both.
It should be on the workshop USB stick, but you also can find it here
http://openfoam-extend.git.sourcefor...ydroSIG;a=tree

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Hi!
I am also interested in the CICSAM scheme. Unfortunately, the link does not work for me... Any idea where the code can be found now?

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Greetings to all!

@Roland: FYI, the repository is back online and instructions for building this particular ShipHydroSIG repository can be found here: OpenFOAM Installation for navalFoam - post #2

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This is the talk I was referring to:
http://www.openfoamworkshop.org/2012...lks/LeeHeebum/
Hi Akidess,

This link is not working, Do you have another one?
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http://openfoam-extend.sourceforge.n...tadt/OFW7.html

http://openfoam-extend.sourceforge.n...7_Program.html

http://sourceforge.net/projects/open...-Lee-OFW7.pptx
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