I recently created a repository with my code for simulating multiphase flow through porous material (steady and unsteady approaches) Using the Shan Chen model. Feel free to visit it and let me know what you think.
I have recently been studying multiphase flow in porous media，I read your code on guthub，You wrote it very well, but I have a question, has palabos incorporated the Gads parameters, the fluid and solid forces.I didn’t find the code for the Gads parameter call in palabos. Do I need to write the fluid and solid forces by myself?
Thank you for your reply
Thank you for your kind words. I have been working very hard to make a clean interface for people to build on top of it. For porous media applications, the G_ads parameter is very important, since it controls the wettability of the system, by setting a specific contact angle at the solid surface. Different contact angles can be set by printing different numbers at the solid surface. I currently support up to 5 different contact angles, by I can add more if necessary.
I’ve figured out how to simulate forces by setting a virtual density on the boundary.Thank you very much, I learned a lot from your code, and I have a question about the two-phase boundary condition, which boundary is better for export in palabos when the import is constant speed?Or can you provide me with some code for boundary conditions that I can learn about?Thank you for your guidance and reply
Hallo guys, i am new to palabos and i am still trying to figure out some codes. i have encountered a hurdle as i was trying to run an old code on which runs well on the older version of palabos but failing to build using cmake on the recent palabos version. i am getting the following response on the terminal. please help.
I have run your code and found that when the density ratio and viscosity ratio are 1. omega1 and omega2 are both 1, the flow process conforms well to the requirements of Laplace’s Law, but when the viscosity ratio increases, omega1=1.6, omega2 =1, the pressure gradient is 0, and the flow also occurs. Why?Can you help me to explain the problem?Looking forward to your reply!