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Acoustic Streaming Application

This repository contains developments for modeling direct-chill (DC) casting by Bruno Lebon at BCAST, Brunel University London using OpenFOAM.

This work includes a solver based on:

F.J. Trujillo, "A strict formulation of a nonlinear Helmholtz equation for the propagation of sound in bubbly liquids. Part I: theory and validation at low acoustic pressure amplitudes", Ultrason. Sonochem. 47 (2018) 75-98.

as well as a tutorial case whose geometry corresponds to the case in:

T. Subroto, G.S.B. Lebon et al., "Numerical modelling and experimental validation of the effect of ultrasonic melt treatment in a direct-chill cast AA6008 alloy billet", Journal of Materials Research and Technology 12 (2021) 1582-1596.

  • Solver - Updated version of the acoustic streaming solver
  • Tutorial - Tutorial case with geometry corresponding to the above reference
  • Documentation - Documentation