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Alexandre Chiapolino

Alexandre Chiapolino
RS2N : Scientific Research and Numerical Simulation · Research Department

Ph.D

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Computation of gas dispersal in urban places or hilly grounds requires a large amount of computer time when addressed with conventional multidimensional models. Those are usually based on two-phase flow or Navier-Stokes equations. Different classes of simplified models exist. Among them, two-layer shallow water models are interesting to address lar...
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Computation of gas dispersal in urban places or hilly grounds requires a large amount of computer time when addressed with conventional multidimensional models. Those are usually based on two-phase flow or Navier-Stokes equations. Different classes of simplified models exist. Among them, two-layer shallow water models are interesting to address lar...
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The Riemann solver with internal reconstruction (RSIR) of Carmouze et al. (2020) is investigated, revisited and improved for the Euler equations. In this reference, the RSIR approach has been developed to address the numerical resolution of the non-equilibrium two-phase flow model of Saurel et al. (2017). The main idea is to reconstruct two interme...
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A new method is developed to approximate a first-order Hamilton–Jacobi equation. The constant motion of an interface in the normal direction is of interest. The interface is captured with the help of a “Level-Set” function approximated through a finite-volume Godunov-type scheme. Contrarily to most computational approaches that consider smooth Leve...
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A new Riemann solver is built to address numerical resolution of complex flow models. The research direction is closely linked to a variant of the Baer and Nunziato (1986) model developed in Saurel et al. (2017a). This recent model provides a link between the Marble (1963) model for two-phase dilute suspensions and dense mixtures. As the Marble mod...
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The aim of the present work is to progress in the identification of the effects responsible for the formation of jets in heterogeneous gas-particle cylindrical and spherical explosions. In this direction three two-phase flow models are considered, namely Baer and Nunziato’s (BN) (1986) model, Marble’s (1963) model and the dense-dilute model of Saur...
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This manuscript addresses the theoretical modeling and numerical simulation of compressible two-phase flows. In this context, diffuse interface methods are now well-accepted but progress is still needed at the level of numerical accuracy regarding their capture. A new method is developed in this research work, that allows significant sharpening. Th...
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The Noble–Abel Stiffened-Gas (NASG) equation of state (Le Métayer, O. and Saurel, R. proposed in 2016) is extended to variable attractive and repulsive effects to improve the liquid phase accuracy when large temperature and pressure variation ranges are under consideration. The transition from pure phase to supercritical state is of interest as wel...
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Two-layer shallow water models present at least two fundamental difficulties that are addressed in the present contribution. The first one is related to the lack of hyperbolicity of most existing models. By considering weak compressibility of the phases, a strictly hyperbolic formulation with pressure relaxation is obtained. It is shown to tend to...
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The present paper aims at building a fast and accurate phase transition solver dedicated to unsteady multiphase flow computations. In a previous contribution (Chiapolino et al. 2017), such a solver was successfully developed to compute thermodynamic equilibrium between a liquid phase and its corresponding vapor phase. The present work extends the s...
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Diffuse interface methods with compressible fluids, considered through hyperbolic multiphase flow models, have demonstrated their capability to solve a wide range of complex flow situations in severe conditions (both high and low speeds). These formulations can deal with the presence of shock waves, chemical and physical transformations, such as ca...
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Determining liquid-vapor phase equilibrium is often required in multiphase flow computations. Existing equilibrium solvers are either accurate but computationally expensive, or cheap but inaccurate. The present paper aims at building a fast and accurate specific phase equilibrium solver, specifically devoted to unsteady multiphase flow computations...
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Determining liquid-vapor phase equilibrium is often required in multiphase flow computations. Existing equilibrium solvers are either accurate but computationally expensive, or cheap but inaccurate. The present paper aims at building a fast and accurate specific phase equilibrium solver, specifically devoted to unsteady multiphase flow computations...

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