Multi-phase Flow Simulation Using Computational Fluid Dynamics

Year : 2024 | Volume :01 | Issue : 02 | Page : 28-34
By

Dhruv Pandit

  1. Student Department of Automation and Robotics, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University India

Abstract

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD)-based multi-phase flow simulation is a fast developing topic with broad applications in many scientific fields and industry. An extensive account of current developments, difficulties, and uses in multi-phase flow simulations is given in this review paper. Important modeling strategies, numerical methods, validation procedures, and new developments in CFD-based multi-phase flow analysis are covered. This paper is to contribute to the ongoing development and use of CFD in understanding and forecasting complicated fluid dynamics events involving many phases by integrating current knowledge and describing future research paths.

Keywords: CFD, volume of fluid, finite volume method, adaptive mesh refinement, finite difference method

[This article belongs to International Journal of Machine Systems and Manufacturing Technology(ijmsmt)]

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Received March 10, 2024
Accepted March 20, 2024
Published April 20, 2024