عنوان مقاله [English]
Liquid sloshing of a partially filled container subject to surge and pitch motions is
numerically investigated using a sophisticated numerical algorithm. The algorithm is
developed based on the finite volume methodology and volume of fluid (VOF) technique is
utilized to capture the interface evolution and deformation. Also, the interface capturing
quality of the developed flow solver is enhanced due to its coupling to THINC interface
sharpening technique. The numerical results are validated through the comparison of the
interface deformation amplitude and the frequency with the available experimental and
analytical data for liquid sloshing caused by lateral sinusoidal accelerations with
resonance and non-resonance frequencies. Moreover, liquid sloshing due to angular
excitations are studied for two different tank geometries with and without damping
baffles. The resulting pressure oscillations of the pressure exerted on the side walls are
monitored and compared to the experimental data.
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