Commit c1efb959 authored by Matthias König's avatar Matthias König
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add simulation description and reference the paper

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......@@ -296,11 +296,30 @@ class DummySweep
};
void emptyFunction() {}
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// MAIN //
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/*!\brief Simualtion of a strongly heterogeneous sized particulate flow system using combined resolved and unresolved
* methods.
*
* For the coupling of resolved particles the Momentum Exchange Method (MEM) is used, whereas for the
* unresolved particles the Discrete Particle Method by Rettinger, Ruede - "A Coupled Lattice Boltzmann Method and
* Discrete Element Method for Discrete Particle Simulations of Particulate Flows" is used.
*
* For the default setup of the showcase a 100 × 100 × 100mm box is filled with a viscous fluid.
* The domain is resolved by a 32 × 32 × 32 lattice. One large MEM particle of diameter Dp_MEM = 35mm
* - which equates to a resolution of 12 lattice cells - is dropped from a gap height of 37.5mm. There
* is a layer 4096 DPM spheres of diameter Dp_DPM = 1mm from height 12.5mm to 25mm which
* generates an average solid volume fraction of svf = 0.017 inside the layer. DPM particles thus have
* a diameter of Dp_DPM = 0.32 cells in lattice units. For the evaluation of forces and fluid properties
* by the DPM part of the algorithm 10 interaction subcycles are used.
* This setup can be customized in the customization section.
*
* The algorithm, as well as the setup and the outcome are described in detail in
* Koenig - "Combining fully resolved and unresolved coupling methods for strongly heterogeneous sized particulate
* flow simulations" to be published
*
*/
//*******************************************************************************************************************
int main(int argc, char** argv)
{
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