A surface capturing method for the efficient computation of steady water waves
A surface capturing method is developed for the computation of steady water–air flow with gravity. Fluxes are based on artificial compressibility and the method is solved with a multigrid technique and line Gauss–Seidel smoother. A test on a channel flow with a bottom bump shows the accuracy of the method and the efficiency of the multigrid solver.
|Keywords||Steady water waves, Surface capturing, Multigrid, Artificial compressibility, Osher flux function|
|THEME||Life Sciences (theme 5), Energy (theme 4)|
|Journal||Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics|
|Project||Development of a State-of-the Art Surface-Capturing Method for Two-Fluid Flow|
Wackers, J, & Koren, B. (2008). A surface capturing method for the efficient computation of steady water waves. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 215, 618–625.