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DR.K.Thiruvenkatasamy January 28, 2007 10:06

Cartecian Cut Cell Method
Dear Members,

I wish to know about some basic stuff

on Cartician Cut cell method,

VOF method (Volume of Fluid Method)


Is it available in this website?

If yes, where?

Thankyou very much in advance



Mike January 28, 2007 12:40

Re: Cartecian Cut Cell Method
what u mean exactly?

this site is a disscution form u can open a thread and invite others to contribution.

zonexo January 28, 2007 19:56

Re: Cartecian Cut Cell Method

u should search the internet or online journals, such as journal of computational physics

Robin January 29, 2007 03:17

Re: Cartecian Cut Cell Method
Flow3d has such a capability, see:

Flomerics has also incorporated a similar approach but only for solid/solid and solid/fluid interfaces, not fluid/fluid.

Other research type activities include: ew=c&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_us erid=10&md5=1be7d60aa2244ee53c44a1074f0b9ac5

simone Marras January 29, 2007 07:18

Re: Cartecian Cut Cell Method
If you think of coding yourself, then search for papers by Zalesky and others, you can find a long list in here:

Otherwise, if you want to use eithercommerical or free course (suggested for the power they have in actually looking at how the coding was done), I'd suggest CFX (commericla) and OpenFOAM (Freesource developed by 20 different universities). OpenFOAM uses the VOF approach in the free surface problems.

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