The VPFlows project develops innovative numerical methods for HPC simulation of yield stress flows, associated to the modelling of geophysical flows like avalanches. It is a deeply interdisciplinary project: the part on numerical simulations (currently the most precise in the field thanks to HPC) goes back-and-forth with the experimental part where such flows are monitored with the best degree of accuracy of the recent literature. Considered designed equations are of both types: either full (i.e. natural) Herschel-Bulkley-like in a fixed domain (2D and 3D) or depth-integrated (2D models à la Saint-Venant, which are more computationally affordable and mandatory for real avalanche configurations). With this interdisciplinary approach, VPFlows consortium (ENS de Lyon, INRAE & LJK) already proved its complementarity and efficiency in publishing cutting-edge results providing a better understanding of the physics and rheology of yield-stress fluids.
Monsieur Paul Vigneaux (Unité de mathématiques pures et appliquées de l'ENS de Lyon)
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UMPA/ENSL Unité de mathématiques pures et appliquées de l'ENS de Lyon
LJK Laboratoire Jean Kuntzmann
ETNA EROSION TORRENTIELLE, NEIGE ET AVALANCHES
RECOVER RECOVER RISQUES ECOSYSTEMES VULNERABILITE ENVIRONNEMENT RESILIENCE
Help of the ANR 366,013 euros
Beginning and duration of the scientific project: - 48 Months