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Shock converging past 16 cylinders (Cgcns)

Cylindrical shock impacting and diffracting past 16 cylinders (Cgcns).

Cgcns: Compressible Flow Solver

  1. compressible Navier-Stokes and inviscid Euler equations.
  2. support for adaptive mesh refinement and moving rigid-bodies.
  3. high-speed reactive flow and detonations.
  4. Reactions: one-step, ignition and growth model.
  5. Equations of state: ideal gas, stiffened gas, JWL, Mie-Grunesien, user defined.
  6. multi-fluid formulation (e.g. for two gases with different gas constants).
  7. compressible multi-phase formulation.

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Documentation

  1. "Cgcns (OverBlown) Users Guide". The Cgcns user guide is still under development. For now use the older OverBlown user guide.
  2. "Cgcns (OverBlown) Reference Manual". The Cgcns reference manual guide is still under development. For now use the older OverBlown reference manual.

Cgcns related publications and talks

  1. D. W. Schwendeman, A. K. Kapila, and W. D. Henshaw.
    A hybrid two-phase mixture model of detonation diffraction with compliant confinement.
    Comptes Rendus Mathematique, 340(11-12):804-817, 2012.
    publications/HybridTwoPhaseSchwendemanKapilaHenshaw2012.pdf.
  2. Jeffrey W. Banks, William D. Henshaw, and Donald W. Schwendeman.
    Deforming composite grids for solving fluid structure problems.
    J. Comput. Phys., 231(9):3518 - 3547, 2012.
    publications/BanksHenshawSchwendemanDeformingCompositeGrids.pdf.
  3. M. Ozlem, D. Schwendeman, A. Kapila, and W. Henshaw.
    A numerical study of shock-induced cavity collapse.
    Shock Waves, 22:89-117, 2012.
    publications/OzlemSchwedemanKapilaHenshawShockInducedCavityCollapse2012.pdf.
  4. Donald W. Schwendeman, Ashwana K. Kapila, and William D. Henshaw.
    A comparative study of two macro-scale models of condensed-phase explosives.
    IMA Journal of Applied Math, 77:2-17, 2012.
    publications/SchwendemanKapilaHenshawMacroModels2011.pdf.
  5. D. W. Schwendeman, A. K. Kapila, and W. D. Henshaw.
    A study of detonation diffraction and failure for a model of compressible two-phase reactive flow.
    Combust. Theory and Modeling, 14(3):331-366, 2010.
    publications/SchwendemanKapilaHenshawMPRXN2010.pdf.
  6. Jeffrey W. Banks, William D. Henshaw, and John N. Shadid.
    An evaluation of the FCT method for high-speed flows on structured overlapping grids.
    J. Comput. Phys., 228:5349-5369, 2009.
    publications/BanksHenshawShadidOversetFCT2009.pdf.
  7. William D. Henshaw and Donald W. Schwendeman.
    Parallel computation of three-dimensional flows using overlapping grids with adaptive mesh refinement.
    J. Comput. Phys., 227(16):7469-7502, 2008.
    publications/henshawSchwendemanPOG2008.pdf.
  8. A. K. Kapila, D. W. Schwendeman, J. B. Bdzil, and William D. Henshaw.
    A study of detonation diffraction in the ignition-and-growth model.
    Combustion Theory and Modeling, 11(5):781-822, 2007.
    publications/diffraction5sch.pdf.
  9. Veronica Eliasson, William D. Henshaw, and Daniel Appelö.
    On cylindrically converging shock waves shaped by obstacles.
    Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena, 237:2203-2209, August 2008.
    publications/EliassonHenshawAppelo2008.pdf.
  10. Jeffrey W. Banks, William D. Henshaw, Donald W. Schwendeman, and Ashwana K. Kapila.
    A study of detonation propagation and diffraction with compliant confinement.
    Combustion Theory and Modeling, 12(4):769-808, 2008.
    publications/mfRXN.pdf.
  11. Jeffrey W. Banks, Donald W. Schwendeman, Ashwana K. Kapila, and William D. Henshaw.
    A high-resolution Godunov method for compressible multi-material flow on overlapping grids.
    J. Comput. Phys., 223:262-297, 2007.
    publications/mfJWL.pdf.
  12. E.J. Reed, L.E. Fried, W.D. Henshaw, and C.M. Tarver.
    Analysis of simulation technique for steady shock waves in materials with analytical equations of state.
    Physical Review E, 74(5):056706, 2006.
  13. William D. Henshaw and Donald W. Schwendeman.
    Moving overlapping grids with adaptive mesh refinement for high-speed reactive and non-reactive flow.
    J. Comput. Phys., 216(2):744-779, 2006.
    publications/mog2005.pdf.
  14. William D. Henshaw and Donald W. Schwendeman.
    An adaptive numerical scheme for high-speed reactive flow on overlapping grids.
    J. Comput. Phys., 191:420-447, 2003.
    publications/reactamr.pdf.