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ENSIS (Enhanced SPH schemes for complex free-surface flows)

Status: 
Ongoing

Funding organisation(s): Ecole Centrale de Nantes
 
Project coordinator organisation: Ecole Centrale de Nantes
 
Project overall cost: 50 kEUR
 
CNR Institute(s) involved: INSEAN
 
CNR scientific focal point: Andrea Colagrossi
 
Project start date: 01.05.2015
 
Project duration: 12 months
 
CNR grant: 50 kEUR
 
INSEAN grant: 50 kEUR
 
Costs coverage: 100%
 
Project description, objectives and results:
Based on a 10-years collaboration between CNR-INSEAN and ECN on the development of particle methods the research activity aims at overcoming some well-known limits of the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics models in order to enlarge the range of application of this method in the context of the numerical modeling of violent free-surface flows. The extension of enhanced SPH variants, such as the d-SPH developed at CNR-INSEAN, to the Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian (ALE) framework will be investigated with particular attention to the possibilities of coupling with mesh-based solvers.