Basilisk simulations of a rising droplet in a box undergoing forced isotropic turbulence
Semester of Graduation
Chemical and Biological Engineering
First Major Professor
R. Dennis Vigil
Master of Engineering (MEngr)
The presentation submitted summarizes results of two years of research with the Vigil group. Notable results include calculations involving a biomass reactor and simulations using Basilisk attempting to replicate a rising droplet in a box undergoing forced isotropic turbulence. Simulations were first done in two dimensions and then moved to three dimensions, necessitating the use of high performance computing. Modelling attempts were ongoing at the time of this submission (May 2020).
Pasut, Tyler, "Basilisk simulations of a rising droplet in a box undergoing forced isotropic turbulence" (2020). Creative Components. 537.