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Numerical simulation of back step flow using density function method with
The density function method is one of the powerful tools for solving a complicated free surface flow problem. However,
an air-water interface becomes dim due to a numerical diffusion and it leads conservation of fluid volume to failure. To
avoid this problem the volume correction method has been developed. This method was verified to conserve the mass
and volume of the fluid, so that this method is called the volume correction method with verification of mass
conservation. However, it was verified for the closed boundary condition. In this paper, the volume correction method
was applied to the open channel flow with the back step of which the boundaries are the open boundary conditions. It is
found that the volume correction method is also effective to the open channel flow and the numerical results are almost
in agreement with the experimental results.
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Category : 36th Congress - The Hague (2015) ALL CONTENT
Article : Water engineering
Date Published : 17/08/2015
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