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Viscoelastic Mobility Problem Using A Boundary Element Method

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Show simple item record Nhan, Phan-Thien Fan, Xi-Jun 2003-12-23T03:29:40Z 2003-12-23T03:29:40Z 2002-01
dc.description.abstract In this paper, the complete double layer boundary integral equation formulation for Stokes flows is extended to viscoelastic fluids to solve the mobility problem for a system of particles, where the non-linearity is handled by particular solutions of the Stokes inhomogeneous equation. Some techniques of the meshless method are employed and a point-wise solver is used to solve the viscoelastic constitutive equation. Hence volume meshing is avoided. The method is tested against the numerical solution for a sphere settling in the Odroyd-B fluid and some results on a prolate motion in shear flow of the Oldroyd-B fluid are reported and compared with some theoretical and experimental results. en
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dc.relation.ispartofseries High Performance Computation for Engineered Systems (HPCES);
dc.subject double layer boundary integral equation en
dc.subject Stokes flows en
dc.subject viscoelastic fluids en
dc.subject viscoelastic mobility problem en
dc.subject viscoelastic constitutive equation en
dc.subject Stokes inhomogeneous equation en
dc.title Viscoelastic Mobility Problem Using A Boundary Element Method en
dc.type Article en

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