Cubic-Interpolated-Pseudo-Particle Method to Predict Dynamic Behaviour of Fluid in Shear Driven Cavity
In this paper, Cubic Interpolated Pseudo Particle Method is proposed to investigate the dynamic behavior of fluid motion in shear lid-driven cavity. The CIP scheme is individually performed to observe the behavior of the fluid motion at varying Reynolds numbers of 100, 400 and 1000. Comparison of the achieved results with the experimental results approves the capability of CIP to establish the sophistication of fluid structure in the system. Although the achieved trajectory had slightly difference but it was almost following the same pattern published in the literatures. The most advantage of this method is that it aims to accelerate processing time as well as higher exponent of accuracy.
S.M.R. Attarzadeh et al., "Cubic-Interpolated-Pseudo-Particle Method to Predict Dynamic Behaviour of Fluid in Shear Driven Cavity", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 110-116, pp. 377-384, 2012