Modelling and VOF based Simulation of the Multiphysics of Irreversible Thermodynamic Transfer Processes at Dynamic Contact Lines


In B01, the fundamental understanding of local processes at dynamic contact lines will be enhanced by rigorous modeling of contact angle hysteresis, dissipation and rolling motion at the contact line. The second focus lies on further development of the geometric Volume of Fluid method. Here the treatment of dynamic contact lines from FS3D has to be transferred to the case of unstructured, dynamically adaptive grids using voFoam in OpenFOAM. Regarding the simulation of, especially, the generic configurations in cooperation with A01 , A02 and A05 , further numerical developments are planned, for example concerning the wetting of rough surfaces, treatment of pinning and contact angle hysteresis as well as visco-elastic flow behavior.


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Prof. Dr. Dieter Bothe
Deputy Speaker, Coordinator Area B
+49 6151 16-21463
L2|06 400
Muhammad Hassan Asghar M.Sc.
+49 6151 16-21470
L2|06 412

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