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A Three dimensional Transient Two-Phase Flow Analysis with a Density Pertubation Finite Volume Method

Abstract : In this paper we present the analysis of a full three dimensional transient two-phase flow with strong desequilibria. This analysis uses a finite volume scheme with a density perturbation method recently developed. The application test case is a three dimensional extension of a one dimensional experiment on blowdown pipe. The results are stable with mesh refinements and show realistic three dimensional effects.
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Marc Grandotto, Julien Cortes. A Three dimensional Transient Two-Phase Flow Analysis with a Density Pertubation Finite Volume Method. International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, Taylor & Francis, 2005, 19 (4), pp.311-319. ⟨cea-00275764⟩

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