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* '''affiliation''': IFP Energies nouvelles, France
 
* '''affiliation''': IFP Energies nouvelles, France
 
* '''contact''': <mail address='lionel.gamet@ifpen.fr' description='author'>click here for email address</mail>
 
* '''contact''': <mail address='lionel.gamet@ifpen.fr' description='author'>click here for email address</mail>
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* '''Published under''': CC BY-NC-SA license ([https://creativecommons.org/licenses creative commons licenses])
 
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* [https://github.com/jnmlujnmlu/OpenFOAMTeaching/blob/master/LionelGamet/HysingBenchmark_2D_wikitut.zip 2D case]
 
* [https://github.com/jnmlujnmlu/OpenFOAMTeaching/blob/master/LionelGamet/HysingBenchmark_2D_wikitut.zip 2D case]
 
* [https://github.com/jnmlujnmlu/OpenFOAMTeaching/blob/master/LionelGamet/HysingBenchmark_3D_wikitut.zip 3D case]
 
* [https://github.com/jnmlujnmlu/OpenFOAMTeaching/blob/master/LionelGamet/HysingBenchmark_3D_wikitut.zip 3D case]
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A new "uns" version is also released, which means "unstructured" as to:
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* For [https://github.com/jnmlujnmlu/OpenFOAMTeaching/blob/master/LionelGamet/HysingBenchmark_2D_uns.zip 2D]: prismatic grids using either Pointwise or Gmsh
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* For [https://github.com/jnmlujnmlu/OpenFOAMTeaching/blob/master/LionelGamet/HysingBenchmark_3D_uns.zip 3D]: tetrahedral grids using either Pointwise or Gmsh. There are also tetMesh and pMesh options for users willing to play with these kind of grids.
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Reference OpenFOAM results of the Hysing benchmark can be found [https://github.com/jnmlujnmlu/OpenFOAMTeaching/blob/master/LionelGamet/HysingBenchmark_Results.tar.gz here].
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==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 06:51, 17 September 2020

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Hysing benchmark

isosurface alpha=0.5 colored by U t=3.5s

This case is a reference test case for VoF simulations. It is an elementary quantitative benchmark configuration that was originally established in 2D by Hysing et al. [1]. Adelsberger et al. [2] have published a 3D equivalent of the same benchmark. The case consists in a single rising bubble in a quiescent liquid. The test case number 2 as described by Hysing et al. [1] is modeled here.

A video of the 2D case can be downloaded here.

A video of the 3D case can be downloaded here.

The pdf for the 2D case can be found here.

The pdf for the 3D case can be found here.

The case files can be downloaded here:

A new "uns" version is also released, which means "unstructured" as to:

  • For 2D: prismatic grids using either Pointwise or Gmsh
  • For 3D: tetrahedral grids using either Pointwise or Gmsh. There are also tetMesh and pMesh options for users willing to play with these kind of grids.

Reference OpenFOAM results of the Hysing benchmark can be found here.


References

[1] S. Hysing, S. Turek, D. Kuzmin, N. Parolini, E. Burman, S. Ganesan, and L. Tobiska: "Quantitative benchmark computations of two-dimensional bubble dynamics," I.J.N.M.F., vol. 60, no. 11, pp. 1259{1288, 2009. [Online]. Available: http://www.featow.de/en/benchmarks/cfdbenchmarking/bubble.html

[2] J. Adelsberger, P. Esser, M. Griebel, S. Groß, M. Klitz, and A. Ruttgers: "3D incompressible two-phase flow benchmark computations for rising droplets," 2014, proceedings of the 11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM XI), Barcelona, Spain, also available as INS Preprint No. 1401 and as IGPM Preprint No. 393. [Online]. Available: http://wissrech.ins.uni-bonn.de/research/projects/risingbubblebenchmark/

liquid phase fraction t=3s