|November 6, 2010, 15:10||
Join Date: Jul 2010
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Hi There DSMC folk -
I was thinking about trying to modify one of the wall interaction models to make it a vacuum boundary. I don't have a lot of c++ experience, but in a Fortran90 dsmc code that I have used there was a wall interaction model that basically just a removed a user specified percentage of incident particles while the rest were reflected back according to the wall model (specular or diffuse).
Does it seem possible to just "delete" a percentage or all incident cloud particles? Any thoughts on how this could be implemented?
|January 25, 2011, 04:27||
I'm not an expert of DSMC (I did some work on it some years ago with Bird's code DS2V, but I didn't used it anymore for years), but it seems that your proposal should be ok.
In particular, it would be possible to modify the specular reflection model in order to remove a quantity of parcels sufficient to obtain a certain number density rhoN, while velocity and temperature (read, energy) are fixed from the interior. Maybe in this way it could be possible to fix a certain number density, and then a certain pressure.
A vacuum boundary means pressure = 0, so you have just to remove all the parcels, I think.
Did you success to implement sucha a modified bc?
|dsmc, vacuum, wall interaction|
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