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复杂多相流体的介观模拟: 耗散粒子动力学方法及应用

潘定一 胡国辉 陈硕 PHAN-THIENNhan

潘定一, 胡国辉, 陈硕, PHAN-THIEN Nhan. 复杂多相流体的介观模拟: 耗散粒子动力学方法及应用. 力学进展, 2024, 54(1): 173-201 doi: 10.6052/1000-0992-23-033
引用本文: 潘定一, 胡国辉, 陈硕, PHAN-THIEN Nhan. 复杂多相流体的介观模拟: 耗散粒子动力学方法及应用. 力学进展, 2024, 54(1): 173-201 doi: 10.6052/1000-0992-23-033
Pan D Y, Hu G H, Chen S, PHAN-THIEN N. Mesoscopic modeling of complex multiphase fluids: Dissipative particle dynamics (DPD) method and its applications. Advances in Mechanics, 2024, 54(1): 173-201 doi: 10.6052/1000-0992-23-033
Citation: Pan D Y, Hu G H, Chen S, PHAN-THIEN N. Mesoscopic modeling of complex multiphase fluids: Dissipative particle dynamics (DPD) method and its applications. Advances in Mechanics, 2024, 54(1): 173-201 doi: 10.6052/1000-0992-23-033

复杂多相流体的介观模拟: 耗散粒子动力学方法及应用

doi: 10.6052/1000-0992-23-033
基金项目: 国家自然科学基金(12222211, 11972322)资助项目.
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    作者简介:

    潘定一, 浙江大学航空航天学院教授、博士生导师. 研究方向包括复杂流体流变学、非牛顿流体力学、多相流、介观尺度数值模拟方法等. 基于耗散粒子动力学方法发展了针对多相分散体系等复杂非牛顿流体的介观数值模拟方法. 担任《Journal of Hydrodynamics》编委和《应用力学学报》青年编委. 发表论文50余篇, 研究工作获得国家自然科学基金优秀青年基金等资助

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    dpan@zju.edu.cn

  • 中图分类号: O37

Mesoscopic modeling of complex multiphase fluids: Dissipative particle dynamics (DPD) method and its applications

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  • 摘要: 在悬浮液、乳液和泡沫等复杂多相流体中, 离散分布着大量的纳米至微米尺度的颗粒、液滴和气泡等, 在流动作用下这些离散相物质呈现出复杂的个体或群体运动行为, 进而显著影响这些复杂多相流体的宏观流变和流动行为. 针对这类流体, 开展介观尺度数值模拟成为一种有效且相对经济的研究手段. 其中, 耗散粒子动力学 (dissipative particle dynamics, DPD) 方法是一种具有代表性的介观尺度数值模拟方法, 由于其粒子方法的特质, DPD方法适合用于上述复杂多相流体内部结构的数值建模和数值模拟研究. 本文对近年来DPD方法在颗粒悬浮液、乳液和气泡等复杂多相流体模拟方面研究进展进行了系统的介绍, 深入探讨了DPD方法在复杂多相流体介观模拟方面的针对性改进以及当前存在的不足, 并对DPD方法的研究和应用进行了总结和展望.

     

  • 图  1  成对DPD粒子间相互作用力示意图

    图  2  冻结粒子模型示意图. (a)二维颗粒模型(Hoogerbrugge & Koelman 1992), (b)三维球形颗粒模型(Chen S et al. 2006)

    图  3  DPD模拟得到的单颗粒阻力系数与流动Re关系图及其与实验和理论结果的对比验证. (a) Kim和Phillips(2004)的模拟结果与实验结果(Perry & Green 1999)以及渐进分析结果(Oseen 1910, Proudman & Pearson 1957)的对比, (b) Chen等(2006)的模拟结果与理论结果(Dennis & Walker 1971)的对比

    图  4  基于DPD-DEM模拟得到的颗粒悬浮液内部颗粒团结构的演变过程, 上行为半浓相悬浮液, 下行为浓相悬浮液, 不同颜色颗粒表示不同数量悬浮颗粒组成的颗粒团结构(Boromand et al. 2018)

    图  5  复杂颗粒的DPD方法建模. (a) 碟形颗粒模型(Jamali et al. 2017), (b) 低维红细胞模型(Pan W et al. 2010b), (c) 石墨烯片状颗粒模型(Min et al. 2012), (d) 颗粒表面粗糙度模型(Jamali & Brady 2019)

    图  6  液滴在剪切流中变形的DPD模拟结果与实验和理论结果对比图. (a) Clark等(2000)的模拟结果, (b) Chen等(2004)的模拟结果

    图  7  (a) 改进的DPD模拟液滴在剪切流作用下变形结果与实验和前人模拟的对比(Pan D et al. 2014), (b) 液滴在剪切作用下的瞬态变形结果与实验和前人模拟的对比(Zhao G et al. 2021)

    图  8  (a) 平板泊肃叶流动中液滴变形以及横向平衡位置的DPD模拟与理论 (实线) 和VoF模拟 (虚线) 结果的验证(Pan D et al. 2016), (b) 液滴在泊肃叶流动中横向平衡位置随Oh数的变化规律(Marson et al. 2018)

    图  9  (a) 剪切流作用下乳液液滴变形的DPD模拟(Pan D et al. 2014), (b) 乳液相对黏度随体积分数的变化情况(Pan D et al. 2014)及其与相关理论模型(Choi & Schowalter 1975, Phan-Thien & Pham 1997, Taylor 1932, Yaron & Gal-Or 1972)和实验结果(Pal 2001)的对比, (c) 振荡剪切作用下乳液的Lissajous曲线(赵庚尧 2023)

    图  10  (a) 微尺度流道内气液两相流动模拟(Chen C et al. 2010), (b) 微纳尺度液柱模拟(Tiwari et al. 2008), (c) 壁面上液滴运动模拟(Li Z et al. 2013), (d) 平行壁面间的液桥模拟(Zhao J et al. 2020a)

    图  11  气固液三相动态接触角的DPD模拟结果与Cox(1986)理论的对比验证. (a) Cupelli等(2008)的模拟结果, (b) Wang等(2022)的模拟结果

    图  12  传统DPD和many-body DPD相结合的气泡DPD模型. (a) 模型示意图(Lin C et al. 2021a), (b) 稳态气泡的DPD模拟结果(Pan D et al. 2018), (c) 气泡内外密度分布(Pan D et al. 2018), (d) 外场压力作用下的气泡振荡模拟结果与Rayleigh-Plesset方程对比(Pan D et al. 2018)

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