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 Fengze Xie,Weiwen Zhao,Decheng Wan.Overview of Moving Particle Semi-implicit Techniques for Hydrodynamic Problems in Ocean Engineering[J].Journal of Marine Science and Application,2022,(3):1-22.[doi:10.1007/s11804-022-00284-9]
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Overview of Moving Particle Semi-implicit Techniques for Hydrodynamic Problems in Ocean Engineering


Overview of Moving Particle Semi-implicit Techniques for Hydrodynamic Problems in Ocean Engineering
Fengze Xie Weiwen Zhao Decheng Wan
Fengze Xie Weiwen Zhao Decheng Wan
Computational Marine Hydrodynamics Lab(CMHL), School of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Civil Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai 200240, China
MPS technique|Ocean engineering|Coastal engineering|Stability|Accuracy|Boundary conditions|Acceleration techniques|Multiphase flows|Fluid-structure interactions
With the significant development of computer hardware, many advanced numerical techniques have been proposed to investigate complex hydrodynamic problems. This article aims to provide a detailed review of moving particle semi-implicit (MPS) techniques and their application in ocean and coastal engineering. The achievements of the MPS method in stability and accuracy, boundary conditions, and acceleration techniques are discussed. The applications of the MPS method, which are classified into two main categories, namely, multiphase flows and fluid-structure interactions, are introduced. Finally, the prospects and conclusions are highlighted. The MPS method has the potential to solve practical problems.


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Received date:2022-06-01;Accepted date:2022-06-29。
Corresponding author:Decheng Wan,E-mail:dcwan@sjtu.edu.cn
Last Update: 2022-10-09