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Alternative TitleDam break simulation employing particle methods
刘汉涛; 干湧; 常建忠; 邵家儒; 李海桥
Source Publication应用力学学报
Other AbstractThe dam break problem involves free surfaces deformation, rolling, break-up and complicate turbulence and vortices. There are many strong nonlinear hydrodynamics problems and fundmental mechanism. The improved smooth particle hydrodynamics (SPH) and material point method (MPM) are used to investigate the dam break problem, and their simulation results are compared. The evolution of the wave front and the top surface at the position where x equals 0 are simulated, which agree with the Volume-of-Fluid (VOF) simulation results and experiment results well. Finally, the impact of the wave to a vertical wall is computed, and also the morphology evolutions fit well with each other.
KeywordSmooth Particle Hydrodynamics(Sph) Material Point Method(Mpm) Dam Break Solid Boundary Treatment
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WOS Keywordsmooth particle hydrodynamics(SPH) ; material point method(MPM) ; dam break ; solid boundary treatment
Funding Organization国家自然科学基金 ; 中国博士后科学基金 ; 山西省国际科技合作项目 ; 山西省高等学校科技创新项目
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刘汉涛,干湧,常建忠,等. 溃坝问题的粒子方法模拟[J]. 应用力学学报,2016,33(4):547-552.
APA 刘汉涛,干湧,常建忠,邵家儒,&李海桥.(2016).溃坝问题的粒子方法模拟.应用力学学报,33(4),547-552.
MLA 刘汉涛,et al."溃坝问题的粒子方法模拟".应用力学学报 33.4(2016):547-552.
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