Two-phase Simulation

Here you can see some of my two-phase simulations. Front Tracking Method is used for simulation of second phase. This work is under supervision of Prof. Taeibi-Rahni as my dissertation for M.S. degree at Sharif University of Technology.

Bellow, you can see the effect of wall on a bubble migration. We placed a bubble in a quiescent fluid and the bubble starts to go to the right (opposite of gravity that is set to the left) under the buoyancy force. The important point in this simulation is that wall effect causes some forces on the bubble perpendicular to the wall. In this animation you can just see the lower and right wall. The top and left walls are far away.

As you see bubble starts its motion from a circular shape, deforms because of existence of lower wall and at last contacts and sticks on the right wall.

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