IRSN-LMGC-IFPEN PeliGRIFF development project 

 

Development of numerical methods for particulate flows and their implementation in PeliGRIFF

 

Dates: September 2008 to October 2011

 

Funding: none

 

Coordinators: Dr. Yann Monerie (IRSN) & Dr. Anthony Wachs (IFPEN)

 

Partners:

  • MIST Laboratory, a IRSN & LMGC-University of Montpellier 2 joined research unit, France,
  • PeliGRIFF group, IFP Energies nouvelles, Lyon, France

 

People involved:  

  • MIST: IRSN Scientific Advisor Dr. Yann Monerie, CNRS DR Fahrang Radjai, CNRS Res. Eng. Frédéric Dubois, IRSN Res. Eng. Frédéric Perales, IRSN Res. Eng. Vincent Topin,
  • IRSN: Res. Eng. Dr. Didier Vola, Res. Eng. Dr. Bruno Piar, Res. Eng. Lionel Chailan,
  • IFPEN: Dr. Anthony Wachs, IFPEN Scientific Advisor in Fluid Mechanics.

 

Objective:

In this collaboration, IRSN, LMGC and IFPEN joined their efforts towards the development of three-dimensional and parallel efficient numerical methods for the direct numerical simulation of particulate flows. Essentially, we contructed the first version of the PeliGRIFF code based on the Pelicans platform, a C++ application framework for the solution of PDE and initial boundary value problems on meshes. Pelicans is developed and maintained by IRSN and is freely available under the Cecill-C licence. PeliGRIFF is the result on the re-implementation of the IFPEN prototype code for particulate flows named GRIFF (GRains In Fluid Flows) based on Pelicans. In particular, the coupling of the Navier & Stokes with the particles motion relies, at the code architecture level, on a plug-in technique, which permits to connect various granular dynamics solvers. In particular, PeliGRIFF was coupled to the Non-Smooth Contact Dynamics code LMGC90, from the LMGC laboratory of Montpellier, and used to investigate to the dynamics of sub-marine avalanches.

 

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