PART 1: FLUID-STRUCTURE INTERACTION Simulation of particle filtration processes in deformable media

Authors

  • M Mataln
  • G Boiger
  • B Gschaider
  • W Brandstätter

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1260/175095408785416983

Abstract

In filtration processes it is necessary to consider both, the interaction of thefluid with the solid parts, as well as the effect of particles carried in the fluidand accumulated on the solid. In this first part a closer look is taken on theinfluence of the fluid on the solid regions. The required algorithm to couplethe governing differential equations is derived on the basis of the equations,governing the solid and fluid regions. For discretization, only one singlecomputational mesh is used and this is adjusted to the deformation at eachtime-step. The simulation of the fluid-structure interaction is realised in asingle finite volume flow solver on the basis of the OpenSource softwareOpenFoam.

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G.Boiger, M. Mataln, B. Gschaider, W. Brandstätter, Simulation of Particle Filtration Processes in Deformable Media, Part 2: Large Particle Modelling, ICE Strömungsforschung GmbH, Montanuniversitaet Leoben, (2007). https://doi.org/10.1260/175095408785416938

Published

2008-06-30

How to Cite

Mataln, M., Boiger, G., Gschaider, B. and Brandstätter, W. (2008) “PART 1: FLUID-STRUCTURE INTERACTION Simulation of particle filtration processes in deformable media”, The International Journal of Multiphysics, 2(2), pp. 179-190. doi: 10.1260/175095408785416983.

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