A Review on Water Flow Behavior of Howrah River Using Computational Fluid Dynamics

Authors

  • Payal Gouda National Institute of Technology (N.I.T), Agartala, Tripura
  • Bibhab Kumar Lodh National Institute of Technology Agartala, Jirania, Tripura 799046
  • Umesh Mishra National Institute of Technology Agartala, Jirania, Tripura 799046

Keywords:

Computational Fluid Dynamics, , Point-Velocity, , Turbulence Intensity, , Modeling, , Simulation, , RANS.

Abstract

A well-established tool that is generally used as a problem solver that involve more than one phenomenon like a flow of fluids, mass transfer, and chemical reaction is generally known as computational fluid dynamics. The flow model of a river can achieve either in 2D or 3D form in computational fluid dynamics by solving 3D state continuity equation and Reynolds averaged Navier-stokes equations. Pressure distribution, velocity contours, turbulence intensity at the surface which are the different flow parameters taken into consideration for this simulation process. This review paper reports some research on the turbulence flow behaviour of a river. Numerical turbulent models like Reynolds averaged Navier–stokes model, large eddy simulation model k-ɛ turbulent model, direct simulation method which are involved to predict flow parameters in river flow are discussed in this paper. A comparison is done here to evaluate the best method for establishing a turbulence flow model among all the methods.

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Published

2021-11-22

How to Cite

Gouda, P., Lodh, B. K. ., & Mishra, U. . (2021). A Review on Water Flow Behavior of Howrah River Using Computational Fluid Dynamics. CSVTU Research Journal, 10(01). Retrieved from http://csvtujournal.in/index.php/rjet/article/view/139