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PHYSICA: A multiphysics computational framework and its application to casting simulations

PHYSICA: A multiphysics computational framework and its application to casting simulations

Bailey, C., Taylor, G., Bounds, S., Moran, G. and Cross, M. (1997) PHYSICA: A multiphysics computational framework and its application to casting simulations. In: International Conference on CFD in Mineral and Metal Processing and Power Generation (CSIRO) 1997, 3 - 4 July 1997, Melbourne, Australia.

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Abstract

Metal casting is a process governed by the interaction of a range of physical phenomena. Most computational models of this process address only what are conventionally regarded as the primary phenomena – heat conduction and solidification. However, to predict other phenomena, such as porosity formation, requires modelling the interaction of the fluid flow, heat transfer, solidification and the development of stressdeformation in the solidified part of the casting. This paper will describe a modelling framework called PHYSICA[1] which has the capability to stimulate such multiphysical phenomena.

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URI: http://gala.gre.ac.uk/id/eprint/64

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