Direct Numerical Simulations of Gas-Liquid Flows


Recent progress in direct numerical simulations (DNS) of gas-liquid flows is discussed. We start by reviewing briefly DNS of cavitating and non-cavitating flows and then address two advanced topics: How to use results for bubbly flows to help generate improved models for the large-scale or average flow, and simulations of flows undergoing massive topology changes. For the first topic we have started to experiment with the use of machine learning methods to extract complex correlations from the DNS data and for the second we are exploring how to diagnose the flow and describe its structure.

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