Coupling FDM/FVM and SPH model

Is there a way to couple FDM/FVM with SPH in dualsphysics.

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  • 1. What is the purpose of such a combination? For which class of tasks?
    2. There are a lot of publications about a combination of fems and sph
    but I do not remember about/did not come across about coupling FDM/FVM with SPH
    3. You can supplement the existing DualSPHysics code with your developments

  • DualSPHysics + SWASH
    2015
    Altomare C, Domínguez JM, Crespo AJC, Suzuki T, Caceres I, Gómez-Gesteira M. 2015. Hybridisation of the wave propagation model SWASH and the meshfree particle method SPH for real coastal applications. Coastal Engineering Journal, 57(4): 1550024. doi:10.1142/S0578563415500242.

    http://dual.sphysics.org/index.php/references/
  • Theoretically, it is doable to couple SPH with FDM/FEM/FVM, you can google it.
  • There are many examples of coupling SPH-FEM and FVM-SPH.
    You can find many papers and SPHERIC proceedings about that.

    DualSPHysics is open-source, so you can couple it with FVM.
    If you have any doubt, do not hesitate to contact us.

    Regards
  • edited September 28
    I am trying to simulate New wave (Tromans 1991) and High Order Spectral method (Douglas G. 1987) to study steep wave impact loads on floating bodies.

    And I currently, looking for best way to simulate to efficiency to capture the loads on the body (If possible, also to save the computational cost).

    For now, I will try to couple the Swash and DualSPHysics.

    I am open for any additional methods or suggestions.

    Thanks for the suggestions.
  • We are going to release the coupling between Swash and DualSPHysics in the next months...

    In fact delegates of the http://dual.sphysics.org/4thusersworkshop/ will have access to a first beta version of that...
  • edited September 28
    During the http://dual.sphysics.org/4thusersworkshop/ we will give access to the attendees to download a beta version that includes:
    i) Coupling with wave propagation models (SWASH, Relaxation zone, etc)
    ii) Coupling with Project Chrono (Multi-physics)
    iii) Open boundaries (Inlet & Outlet)

  • Great. Good to know that.

    Also can you tell how to input the velocities to the boundary with different velocities at different positions. Like in the SWASH + DualSPHysics simulation. https://youtu.be/OzPjy2aMuKo
  • Use external files with time & positions of the piston
    Regards
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