Numerical simulations of multi-phase processes are performed using the free solver Basilisk: http://basilisk.fr/
Codes and data from published papers can be found below. If what you are looking for is not below, please contact us.
This work has been supported by grants to L.D. from NSF (Physical Oceanography and Particulate and Multiphase Processes), ACS (Petroleum Research Fund) and NOAA through the Collaborative Institute CIMES between NOAA-GFDL and Princeton University.
A. Berny, L. Deike, T. Seon and S. Popinet (2020). Role of all jet drops in mass transfer from bursting bubbles. Physical Review Fluids, 5, 033605.27: The basilisk simulation file to reproduce the simulations is available on Alexis’ sandbox: http://basilisk.fr/sandbox/aberny/bursting.c (Note that previous papers on bubble bursting by our group Deike et al 2018, and Lai et al 2018 are based on similar simulations using Gerris).
W. Mostert and L. Deike (2020). Inertial dissipation by shallow water breaking waves. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 890 A12. The basilisk simulation file to reproduce the simulations is available on Wouter’ sandbox: http://basilisk.fr/sandbox/wmostert/shallow.c
D.J. Ruth, W. Mostert, S. Perrard and L. Deike. Bubble pinch-off by turbulence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2019). Data and codes are available on Princeton data space repository: https://dataspace.princeton.edu/jspui/handle/88435/dsp014f16c5691
Breaking waves simulations: Several breaking waves simulations/papers done using Gerris and Basilisk and developed with Stephane Popinet can be reproduced using the file available on Stephane’ sandbox: http://basilisk.fr/sandbox/popinet/wave.c