Abstract

In this paper fall pipe rock dumping is investigated in 2D using the PICIN CFD model. PICIN employs the hybrid Eulerian-Lagrangian full particle Particle-In-Cell framework for incompressible free surface flow augmented with a full two-way fluid-solid interaction model. The PICIN model is first compared against a benchmark case of two circular particles falling in a water-filled tube. The results agree well with the numerical predictions of Patankar (2001). When applied to cases of randomly shaped rocks falling in pipe, the PICIN model seems to capture the physical processes and mechanisms that lead to clustering of the rocks.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages13
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventCoastal Sediments 2015 - San Diego, USA United States
Duration: 11 May 201515 May 2015

Conference

ConferenceCoastal Sediments 2015
CountryUSA United States
CitySan Diego
Period11/05/1515/05/15

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Chen, Q., Kelly, D. M., Spearman, J., Dimakopoulos, A., Zang, J., & Williams, C. (2015). CFD Modelling of Fall Pipe Rock Dumping Using PICIN. Paper presented at Coastal Sediments 2015, San Diego, USA United States. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789814689977_0109

CFD Modelling of Fall Pipe Rock Dumping Using PICIN. / Chen, Qiang; Kelly, David M; Spearman, Jeremy; Dimakopoulos, Aggelos; Zang, Jun; Williams, Christopher.

2015. Paper presented at Coastal Sediments 2015, San Diego, USA United States.

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Chen, Q, Kelly, DM, Spearman, J, Dimakopoulos, A, Zang, J & Williams, C 2015, 'CFD Modelling of Fall Pipe Rock Dumping Using PICIN' Paper presented at Coastal Sediments 2015, San Diego, USA United States, 11/05/15 - 15/05/15, . https://doi.org/10.1142/9789814689977_0109
Chen Q, Kelly DM, Spearman J, Dimakopoulos A, Zang J, Williams C. CFD Modelling of Fall Pipe Rock Dumping Using PICIN. 2015. Paper presented at Coastal Sediments 2015, San Diego, USA United States. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789814689977_0109
Chen, Qiang ; Kelly, David M ; Spearman, Jeremy ; Dimakopoulos, Aggelos ; Zang, Jun ; Williams, Christopher. / CFD Modelling of Fall Pipe Rock Dumping Using PICIN. Paper presented at Coastal Sediments 2015, San Diego, USA United States.13 p.
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