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000205078 245__ $$aFlow simulation of a Pelton bucket using finite volume particle method
000205078 260__ $$c2014$$bInternational Association For Hydraulic Research$$aBristol
000205078 269__ $$a2014
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000205078 336__ $$aConference Papers
000205078 520__ $$aThe objective of the present paper is to perform an accurate numerical simulation of the high-speed water jet impinging on a Pelton bucket. To reach this goal, the Finite Volume Particle Method (FVPM) is used to discretize the governing equations. FVPM is an arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian method, which combines attractive features of Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics and conventional mesh-based Finite Volume Method. This method is able to satisfy free surface and no-slip wall boundary conditions precisely. The fluid flow is assumed weakly compressible and the wall boundary is represented by one layer of particles located on the bucket surface. In the present study, the simulations of the flow in a stationary bucket are investigated for three different impinging angles: 72°, 90° and 108°. The particles resolution is first validated by a convergence study. Then, the FVPM results are validated with available experimental data and conventional grid-based Volume Of Fluid simulations. It is shown that the wall pressure field is in good agreement with the experimental and numerical data. Finally, the torque evolution and water sheet location are presented for a simulation of five rotating Pelton buckets.
000205078 700__ $$g170539$$aVessaz, Christian$$0244465
000205078 700__ $$g196478$$aJahanbakhsh, Ebrahim$$0243107
000205078 700__ $$g104417$$aAvellan, François$$0241012
000205078 7112_ $$dSeptember 22-26, 2014$$cMontréal, Canada$$a27th IAHR Symposium on Hydraulic Machinery and Systems
000205078 7112_ $$dSeptember 22-26, 2014$$cMontréal, Canada$$a27th IAHR Symposium on Hydraulic Machinery and Systems
000205078 720_1 $$aDesy, N.$$eed.
000205078 720_1 $$aDeschenes, C.$$eed.
000205078 720_1 $$aGuibault, F.$$eed.
000205078 720_1 $$aPage, M.$$eed.
000205078 720_1 $$aTurgeon, M.$$eed.
000205078 720_1 $$aGiroux, A. M.$$eed.
000205078 773__ $$k012003$$j1$$tProceedings of the 27th IAHR Symposium on Hydraulic Machinery and Systems$$q1-9
000205078 8564_ $$zPreprint$$yPreprint$$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/205078/files/article.pdf$$s14345645
000205078 8560_ $$femilie.reynaud@epfl.ch
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