Advances of Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics: The Proceedings of the 2017 SPHERIC Beijing International Workshop

Authors

Moubin Liu
Peking University
Can Huang
Zhejiang University

Synopsis

Smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) is a most popular mesh-free particle method in the broad area of computational engineering sciences. The SPHERIC workshops are the only worldwide events which exclusively focus on the SPH methodology and related simulation approaches. The 2017 SPHERIC Beijing International Workshop (or SPHERIC Beijing 2017) is the first time that the SPHERIC Workshop is held in Asia.
This proceedings contains 43 papers presented at the SPHERIC Beijing 2017, and shows the latest development of SPH, ranging from computational modelling using SPH, theoretical and numerical aspects of SPH, numerics, alternative formulation and particle-based simulation techniques, and diversified applications.

Table of Contents

SECTION I – COMPUTATIONAL MODELLING USING SPH

1.1 “High speed water impacts of fat plates in different ditching configurations through a Riemann-ALE SPH model” ...........S. Marrone, A. Colagrossi, L. Chiron, M. De Leffe, D. Le Touze 

1.2 “SPH numerical investigation of oscillating characteristics of hydraulic jumps at an abrupt drop” ..........D. De Padova, M. Mossa, S. Sibilla 

1.3 “The δALE-SPH model: an improved δ-SPH scheme containing particle shifting and ALE formulation” ..........  P. N. Sun, A. M. Zhang, A. Colagrossi, S. Marrone, M. Antuono 

1.4 “An enhanced ISPH-SPH coupled method for incompressible fluid-elastic structure interactions” ................A. Khayyer, H. Gotoh, Y. Shimizu, H. Falahaty

1.5 “SPH modeling of fluid-structure interaction” ..................L. H. Han, X. Y. Hu 

1.6 “Investigation of interaction between solitary wave and horizontal plate based on MPS-FEM coupled method” ............................. C. P. Rao, D. C. Wan 

1.7 “Implement of the MPS-FEM coupled method for the FSI simulation of the 3-D dam-break problem” .......... Y. L. Zhang, D. C. Wan 

1.8 “A new numerical method for SPH fluid-solid coupling simulation and its preliminary verification” ............ X. J. Ma, G. Maimtimin, A. F. Jin 

1.9 “Numerical simulation of Rayleigh-Taylor instability by multiphase MPS method” ................... X. Wen, D. C. Wan 

1.10 “Modeling of single film bubble and numerical study of the Plateau structure in foam system”.................. Z. G. Sun, N. Ni, Y. J. Sun, G. Xi 

1.11 “A two-phase SPH model for sediment transport in free surface flows” ............................ H. B. Shi, X. P. Yu 

1.12 “Numerical simulation of water-entry problems using an improved multiphase SPH method” ..................... H. Cheng, F. R. Ming, A. M. Zhang 

1.13 “SPH numerical simulation of lift-off by impact of sand particles on flat sand bed” ................. J. Zhao, A. F. Jin, G. Maimtimin, X. J. Ma 

SECTION II – THEORETICAL AND NUMERICAL ASPECTS OF SPH

2.1 “Multiphase Godunov-typed smoothed particle hydrodynamics method with approximate Riemann solvers” .................................. Z. W. Cai, Z. Zong, L. Zhou, Z. Chen, C. Tiao

2.2 “SPH energy balance during the generation and propagation of gravity waves” ..............D. D. Meringolo, Y. Liu, A. Colagrossi 

2.3 “Particle trajectory calculation in SPH” .................................. J. Y. Shen, W. H. Lu, Y. X. Xing, Darcy Q. Hou, Arris S. Tijsseling 

2.4 “Adaptive particle splitting in the Finite Volume Particle Method” ........................ Nathan J. Quinlan 

2.5 “The study on SPH method with space variable smoothing length and its applications to multi-phase flow”  .......................W. K. Shi, Y. M. Shen , J. Q. Chen

2.6 “A dynamic refinement strategy in SPH for simulating the water entry of an elastomer” ................ L. Wang, F. Xu, Y. Yang 

2.7 “Simulating shock waves with corrective smoothed particle method (CSPM)” ..................... C. Y. Huang, J. Deng, Y. X. Xing, Darcy Q. Hou, Arris S. Tijsseling 

SECTION III – NUMERICS

3.1 “Developing an extensible, portable, scalable toolkit for massively parallel incompressible smoothed particle hydrodynamics (ISPH)” ....................... X. H. Guo, Benedict D. Rogers, Steven Lind, Rebecca Fair, Peter K. Stansby 

3.2 “The simulation of three-dimensional flow by using GPU-based MPS method” ............................. X. Chen, D. C. Wan

3.3 “GPU-based SPH modeling of flood with floating bodies in urban underground spaces” ....................... J. S. Wu, N. Li, W. Y. Liu, H. Zhang 

3.4 “Image processing with the SPH method” ............................. C. Y. Huang, W. H. Lu, Y. X. Xing, Darcy Q. Hou, X. Cheng 

SECTION IV – ALTERNATIVE FORMULATIONS AND PARTICAL-BASED SIMULATION TECHNIQUE

4.1 “On the efficacy of augmenting SPH simulations of mixed-mode failure with the Material Point Method”..........Sam Raymond, Bruce Jones, R. Pramanik, Kai Pan, T. Douillet-Grellier, John Williams

4.2 “Suppression of non-physical voids in the finite volume particle method” .............................. Mohsen H. Moghimi, Nathan J. Quinlan

4.3 “The Hermit-type reproducing kernel particle method for piezoelectric materials” ..................... J. C. Ma, G. F. Wei

4.4 “A Physics Evoked Meshfree Method” ...................... SPHERIC Beijing 2017 Beijing, China, October 17-20, 2017 IX Z. B. Ma, Y. Z. Zhao 

SECTION V – SPH APPLICATIONS

5.1 “Analysis of the hydrological safety of dams using numerical tools: Iber and DualSPHysics” .................... J. González-Cao, O. García-Feal, A. J. C. Crespo, J. M. Domínguez, M. Gómez-Gesteira

5.2 “Numerical simulation of water entry with improved SPH method” ...................... J. R. Shao, M. B. Liu 

5.3 “Construction of two-dimensional SPH numerical wave tank”........................ J. Y. Wang, F. Xu, Y. Yang 

5.4 “SPH for the interaction between tsunami wave and upright cylindrical groups” ........................ J. J. Li, L. Tian, Y. S. Yang, L. C. Qiu, Y. Han

5.5 “Numerical and experimental investigation of two porous wave - breaking structures” ........................W. Q. Hu, Q. Fan, J. M. Zhan, W. H. Cai 

5.6 “DualSPHysics: a numerical tool to simulate real breakwaters” ....................... F. Zhang, S. P. Shang, Alejandro Crespo, José Dominguez, Moncho Gomez-Gesteira, Corrado Altomare, Andrea Marzeddu 

5.7 “Numerical simulation of green water using SPH method” ............................. L. J. Wen, Q. D. Feng 

5.8 “Application of improved SPH solid-wall boundary model in missile waterexiting” ..................... H. L. Zheng, H. F. Qiang, F. Z. Chen, X. Y. Sun 

5.9 “Aircraft tire water spray simulation using SPH” ........................... Y. K. Hu, Y. F. Rong, D. X. Leng, F. Xu, X. Y. Gao, R. G. Cao, W. Ding, J. Lv

5.10 “Numerical simulation research on multi-floor building breaking by conical projectile with SPH methods” .............................. H. F. Qiang, X. Y. Sun, F. Z. Chen, H. L. Zheng, C. Shi, G. X. Zhang 

5.11 “Numerical study of the mechanism of explosive/impact welding using an improved SPH method” ..........  Z. L. Zhang, M. B. Liu

5.12 “A SPH model of root growth” ............................. Matthias Mimault, Mariya Ptashnyk, Lionel X. Dupuy

5.13 “Modeling the melting process of quartz glass using SPH method” ..............................Z. Y. Liu, Q. L. Ma, H. S. Fang 

5.14 “An elasto-plastic-μ(I) SPH model for landslide induced debris flow” ........................W. T. Zhang, Y. An, Q. Q. Liu 

5.15 “Overview of SPH- ALE applications for hydraulic turbines in ANDRITZ Hydro” ................... M. Rentschler, J.C. Marongiu, M. Neuhauser, E. Parkinson 

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October 18, 2018

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