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Theorical modelling and numerical simulation of compressible dense and dilute two-phase flows

Abstract : This thesis presents some contributions to the theoretical modelling and numerical simulation of compressible dense and dilute two-phase flows. A new two-phase flow model is built, weakly hyperbolic and thermodynamically consistent. The novelty come from a modification of the volume fraction equation. It implies major consequences on the acoustic waves’ propagation, compared to the Baer & Nunziato (1986) model, which seems more physical compared to the flow topology. Numerical resolution of the new model is addressed through a new Riemann solver with internal reconstruction (RSIR) is built, based on the Linde (2002) method. First, this method is reconsidered and improved in the frame of the Euler equations. Then this method is extended to the new compressible dense and dilute two-phase flows model. This model poses serious difficulties as it is weakly hyperbolic and only valid in the limit of stiff pressure relaxation, implying non self-similar solutions. Thanks to the internal reconstruction approach, a low dissipative Riemann solver is built for the new model. The RSIR method is used to solve solid particles jet instabilities, showing possible explanation of their creation process. Then a study on the multidimensional flow around some discrete particles is done. A Level-Set type method is developed to describe the translation of a rigid body on an unstructured mesh. Thanks to the Overbee limiter developed by Chiapolino et al., (2017) a simple and robust solid/fluid coupling method is built. This method is then extended to 2D and validated through comparisons in the frame of a supersonic flow around a static blunt body. Two-way coupling is then addressed to observe motion of particles induced by shock and creation of clusters.
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Quentin Carmouze. Theorical modelling and numerical simulation of compressible dense and dilute two-phase flows. Mechanics of the fluids [physics.class-ph]. Université Côte d'Azur, 2019. English. ⟨NNT : 2019AZUR4094⟩. ⟨tel-02505227⟩

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