18-21 June 2018
Europe/Paris timezone

Modeling and simulation of floating objects with a congested shallow water model

18 Jun 2018, 16:30
30m
Présentation orale Session 1

Speaker

Fabien Wahl (LJLL (Sorbonne Université))

Description

We are interested in the modeling and the numerical approximation of constrained flows. Previously, a shallow water type model with a congestion constraint and its numerical resolution was proposed [1]. In order to simulate floating structures such as marine energy devices, the fluid-structure interaction of an object freely floating at the water surface is considered. The coupling with Newton's second law of motion and angular momentum theorem is explained and attention is paid to the energy of the system. The numerical approach introduced in [1] is adapted to take into account a strong coupling with the dynamics of a floating object. Furthermore the dissipation of mechanical energy is ensured. Numerical results are shown in a one dimensional framework. [1] Edwige Godlewski, Martin Parisot, Jacques Sainte-Marie, and Fabien Wahl. Congested shallow water type model : roof modelling in free surface flow. submitted.

Primary author

Fabien Wahl (LJLL (Sorbonne Université))

Co-authors

Cindy Guichard (LJLL (Sorbonne Université)) Edwige Godlewski (LJLL (Sorbonne Université)) Jacques Sainte-Marie (CEREMA) Martin Parisot (ANGE (Inria Paris))

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