Wed March 20th 2013
16:00
ZH286
Seminar Particulate flows
Andrea Prosperetti

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Particulate flows are very commonly encountered in science and technology,
but their theoretical description is far from well developed. After a brief
description of the most widespread approaches for the (more-or-less) direct
numerical simulation of fluid-particle interactions, the talk will
describe the basis of the Physalis approach to the problem. Some
considerations on the numerical implementation of the method on GPU-based
computers will be offered, followed by a description of some applications to
particles in turbulence, spinning particles and flows in porous media.
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The 10th Complex Motion in Fluids 2021
Max Planck Gesellschaft
MCEC
Twente
Centre for Scientific Computing
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