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On the Eulerian Large Eddy Simulation of Disperse Phase Flows: An Asymptotic Preserving Scheme for Small Stokes Number Flows

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On the Eulerian Large Eddy Simulation of Disperse Phase Flows: An Asymptotic Preserving Scheme for Small Stokes Number Flows
In the present work, the Eulerian Large Eddy Simulation of dilute disperse phase flows is investigated. By highlighting the main advantages and drawbacks of the available approaches in the literature, a choice is made in terms of modelling: a Fokker-Planck-like filtered kinetic equation proposed by Zaichik et al. 2009 and a Kinetic-Based Moment Method (KBMM) based on a Gaussian closure for the NDF proposed by Vie et al. 2014. The resulting Euler-like system of equations is able to reproduce the dynamics of particles for small to moderate Stokes number flows, given a LES model for the gaseous phase, and is representative of the generic difficulties of such models. Indeed, it encounters strong constraints in terms of numerics in the small Stokes number limit, which can lead to a degeneracy of the accuracy of standard numerical methods. These constraints are: 1/as the resulting sound speed is inversely proportional to the Stokes number, it is highly CFL-constraining, and 2/the system ...
Christophe Chalons, Marc Massot, Aymeric Vié
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where MMAS
Authors Christophe Chalons, Marc Massot, Aymeric Vié
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