J. G. Zheng and T. S. Lee A high-resolution method for compressible two-fluid flows and simulation of three-dimensional shock–bubble interactions International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 72
A high-resolution diffuse interface method is developed to capture the material interfaces arising from the compressible multi-fluid flows. The various flow features at disparate spatial scales can be resolved sufficiently by using the block-structured adaptive mesh refinement algorithm. Our method is proved to be accurate, stable and robust. In addition, the interactions of the spherical helium and krypton bubbles with shock wave are investigated numerically, and the effect of shock strength on bubble evolution is examined.
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