Analysis of a discrete element method and coupling with a compressible fluid flow method

Abstract : This work aims at the numerical simulation of compressible fluid/deformable structure interactions. In particular, we have developed a partitioned coupling algorithm between a Finite Volume method for the compressible fluid and a Discrete Element method capable of taking into account fractures in the solid. A survey of existing fictitious domain methods and partitioned algorithms has led to choose an Embedded Boundary method and an explicit coupling scheme. We first showed that the Discrete Element method used for the solid yielded the correct macroscopic behaviour and that the symplectic time-integration scheme ensured the preservation of energy. We then developed an explicit coupling algorithm between a compressible inviscid fluid and an undeformable solid. Mass, momentum and energy conservation and consistency properties were proved for the coupling scheme. The algorithm was then extended to the coupling with a deformable solid, in the form of a semi-implicit scheme. Finally, we applied this method to unsteady inviscid flows around moving structures: comparisons with existing numerical and experimental results demonstrate the excellent accuracy of our method
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General Mathematics [math.GM]. Université Paris-Est, 2011. English. <NNT : 2011PEST1039>


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Laurent Monasse. Analysis of a discrete element method and coupling with a compressible fluid flow method. General Mathematics [math.GM]. Université Paris-Est, 2011. English. <NNT : 2011PEST1039>. <pastel-00672342>

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