NASA-VOF2D

NASA-VOF2D: a computer program for incompressible flows with free surfaces. We present the NASA-VOF2D two-dimensional, transient, free-surface hydrodynamics program. It has a variety of options that provide capabilities for a wide range of applications, and it is designed to be relatively easy to use. It is based on the fractional volume-of-fluid method, and allows multiple free surfaces with surface tension and wall adhesion. It also has a partial cell treatment that allows curved boundaries and internal obstacles. This report includes a discussion of the numerical method, a code listing, and a selection of sample problems.


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  1. Schmidt, S.; Oberleithner, K.: Instability of forced planar liquid jets: mean field analysis and nonlinear simulation (2020)
  2. Robey, Jonathan M.; Puckett, Elbridge Gerry: Implementation of a volume-of-fluid method in a finite element code with applications to thermochemical convection in a density stratified fluid in the Earth’s mantle (2019)
  3. Cifani, P.; Kuerten, J. G. M.; Geurts, B. J.: Highly scalable DNS solver for turbulent bubble-laden channel flow (2018)
  4. Owkes, Mark; Cauble, Eric; Senecal, Jacob; Currie, Robert A.: Importance of curvature evaluation scale for predictive simulations of dynamic gas-liquid interfaces (2018)
  5. Singh, Digvijay; Das, Arup Kumar: Computational simulation of radially asymmetric hydraulic jumps and jump-jump interactions (2018)
  6. Owkes, Mark; Desjardins, Olivier: A mesh-decoupled height function method for computing interface curvature (2015)
  7. Saghi, H.; Ketabdari, M. J.: A modification to SLIC and PLIC volume of fluid models using new advection method (2014)
  8. Xie, Zhihua: Numerical modelling of wind effects on breaking solitary waves (2014)
  9. Mahady, K.; Afkhami, S.; Diez, J.; Kondic, L.: Comparison of Navier-Stokes simulations with long-wave theory: study of wetting and dewetting (2013)
  10. Ketabdari, M. J.; Saghi, H.: A novel algorithm of advection procedure in volume of fluid method to model free surface flows (2012)
  11. Lin, San-Yih; Chin, Ya-Hsien; Wu, Chun-Muh; Lin, Jeng-Feng; Chen, Yi-Cheng: A pressure correction-volume of fluid method for simulation of two-phase flows (2012)
  12. Maravani, Morteza; Hamed, M. S.: Numerical modeling of sloshing motion in a tuned liquid damper outfitted with a submerged slat screen (2011)
  13. Francois, Marianne M.; Swartz, Blair K.: Interface curvature via volume fractions, heights, and mean values on nonuniform rectangular grids (2010)
  14. López, Joaquín; Hernández, J.: On reducing interface curvature computation errors in the height function technique (2010)
  15. Rao, Z. H.; Hu, J.; Liao, S. M.; Tsai, H. L.: Modeling of the transport phenomena in GMAW using argon-helium mixtures. I: The arc (2010)
  16. López, J.; Zanzi, C.; Gómez, P.; Zamora, R.; Faura, F.; Hernández, J.: An improved height function technique for computing interface curvature from volume fractions (2009)
  17. Nobari, M. R. H.; Ketabdari, M. J.; Moradi, M.: A modified volume of fluid advection method for uniform Cartesian grids (2009)
  18. Popinet, Stéphane: An accurate adaptive solver for surface-tension-driven interfacial flows (2009)
  19. Hernández, J.; López, J.; Gómez, P.; Zanzi, C.; Faura, F.: A new volume-of-fluid method in three dimensions. I: Multidimensional advection method with face-matched flux polyhedra (2008)
  20. Francois, Marianne M.; Cummins, Sharen J.; Dendy, Edward D.; Kothe, Douglas B.; Sicilian, James M.; Williams, Matthew W.: A balanced-force algorithm for continuous and sharp interfacial surface tension models within a volume tracking framework (2006)

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