MFC: An open-source high-order multi-component, multi-phase, and multi-scale compressible flow solver. MFC is an open-source tool for solving multi-component, multi-phase, and bubbly compressible flows. It is capable of efficiently solving a wide range of flows, including droplet atomization, shock-bubble interaction, and gas bubble cavitation. We present the 5- and 6-equation thermodynamically-consistent diffuse-interface models we use to handle such flows, which are coupled to high-order interface-capturing methods, HLL-type Riemann solvers, and TVD time-integration schemes that are capable of simulating unsteady flows with strong shocks. The numerical methods are implemented in a flexible, modular framework that is amenable to future development. The methods we employ are validated via comparisons to experimental results for shock-bubble, shock-droplet, and shock-water-cylinder interaction problems and verified to be free of spurious oscillations for material-interface advection and gas-liquid Riemann problems. For smooth solutions, such as the advection of an isentropic vortex, the methods are verified to be high-order accurate. Illustrative examples involving shock-bubble-vessel-wall and acoustic-bubble-net interactions are used to demonstrate the full capabilities of MFC.
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- Hoppe, Nils; Adami, Stefan; Adams, Nikolaus A.: A parallel modular computing environment for three-dimensional multiresolution simulations of compressible flows (2022)
- Dubois, Remy; Goncalves da Silva, Eric; Parnaudeau, Philippe: High performance computing of stiff bubble collapse on CPU-GPU heterogeneous platform (2021)
- Kaiser, J. W. J.; Appel, D.; Fritz, F.; Adami, S.; Adams, N. A.: A multiresolution local-timestepping scheme for particle-laden multiphase flow simulations using a level-set and point-particle approach (2021)
- Spencer H. Bryngelson, Tim Colonius, Rodney O. Fox: QBMMlib: A library of quadrature-based moment methods (2020) arXiv