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Schémas ALE multi-matériaux totalement conservatifs pour l'hydrodynamique

Abstract : This PhD subject comes within actual studies managed by CEA/DAM about ALE (Arbitrary-Lagrangian-Eulerian) schemes (with a splitting of Lagrangian and Remapping steps) in the context of hydrodynamic simulations. These numerical schemes have to respect mass, momentum and total energy conservation, which are the fundamental equations of the studied systems.Space- and Time-Staggered are widely used in industrial codes for their simplicity androbustness despite their known lack of exact energy conservation. This is a major drawbackin presence of strong shocks. Among all existing schemes, none of them meet the expectations of robustness, conservation,thermodynamic consistency (both shocks and relaxations capture), accuracy andadaptibility to complex behaviors. Recently, some novel works have been proposed by A.Llor et. al. in order to make conservative this type of scheme in a Lagrangian context (without remapping step). Current remap methods, necessary in large deformations, donot guarantee simultaneously total energy conservation and thermodynamic consistency.This work aims at extending this conservative Lagrangian space- and time-staggeredscheme to a multi-material ALE methodology, keeping its good properties (conservation,accuracy, thermodynamic consistency, robustness) intact. Classical, but demanding, test cases have been performed (both in plane and axisymmetric 2D geometries) and have been compared to existing numerical methods in order to assess the relevance of our approach.
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Alexis Marboeuf. Schémas ALE multi-matériaux totalement conservatifs pour l'hydrodynamique. Mécanique des fluides [physics.class-ph]. Université Paris-Saclay, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018SACLX015⟩. ⟨tel-01781426⟩



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