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New, more general interface conditions are required to couple free-flow and porous-medium systems since traditional coupling concepts provide reliable results for simplified cases only. Averaging theory is a powerful mathematical tool that can be applied to derive such conditions. The objectives of this project are to (i) derive new interface concepts for single- and multi-phase flow systems using averaging techniques, (ii) validate the newly developed interface conditions, and (iii) develop robust and efficient numerical methods for coupled flow problems.
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Mar 17, 2021
Eggenweiler, Elissa, 2021, "Numerical codes for solving the boundary layer problems and computing the boundary layer constants", https://doi.org/10.18419/darus-1256, DaRUS, V1
Numerical codes (files ending with .edp) for the computation of the boundary layer constants staying in the generalised interface conditions from Eggenweiler & Rybak (2021). The software is meant to be executed using FreeFem++ (see http://www.freefem.org/). Results for the comput...
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