|Preprint-No.:||< 393 >||Published in:||April 2014||PDF-File:||IGPM393.pdf|
|Title:||3D Incompressible Two-Phase Flow Benchmark Computations for Rising Droplets|
|Authors:||Jutta Adelsberger, Patrick Esser, Michael Griebel, Sven Groß, Margit Klitz, Alexander Rüttgers|
We perform 3D incompressible two-phase ﬂow simulations of rising droplets. Based on a similar 2D benchmark, a 3D benchmark conﬁguration with two test cases is formulated in which we compare the ﬂow solvers DROPS, NaSt3DGPF and OpenFOAM. All codes adopt different numerical techniques. We deﬁne several quantities of interest and investigate their temporal evolution in both test cases. For most benchmark variables we obtain a high level of agreement and establish reference data for other ﬂow solvers.
|Keywords:||two-phase flow, benchmark simulations, three-dimensional computations, parallel computing, rising droplets|
|Publication:||Proceedings of the 11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM XI), Barcelona, Spain, 2014. |