Euler method and Lagrangian method is applicable for fluid of different deformation respectively. The fluid implicit particle (FLIP) method is a combination of Euler method and Lagrangian method which embodies the advantages of both in fluid simulation. While narrow-band FLIP (NBFLIP) method is an improved FLIP method which limits the particles within the Narrow Band near the interface. NBFLIP method improves the computational efficiency by eliminating particle outside the Narrow Band without degrading the details. In this paper, the multi-phase volume of fraction (VOF) model based on NBFLIP (NBFLIP-VOF) method is proposed. This is the first combination of multi-phase VOF model with NBFLIP method. The method employees a unified framework to deal with miscible and immiscible fluid simulation, the simulation results are highly consistent with the results from previous literature. The results show that the NBFLIP-VOF method has a good performance in the simulation of multi-phase flow, it also proves the reliability of the method and the adaptability in multi-phase fluid simulation.
3D Research – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 1, 2018
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