Turbulence in Automaton Solution of Two-component Flow
Thermo-hydraulics have played an important role in a variety of industrial devises. In the safety of nuclear power plant, a large number of elementary effects tests have improved the understanding of flow patterns, their behavior and their modeling. Especially constitutive equations have been developed to describe the interactions of gas and liquid at the interfaces of various flow patterns. These behavior used to be solved numerically by a set of the finite difference equations. However, numerical simulation of interfacial motion in a flow is, still a challenge in many cases.
KeywordsCellular Automaton Turbulence Intensity Counter Flow Macroscopic Variable Finite Difference Equation
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