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<h3>The FronTier Computational Showcase:[http://www.ams.sunysb.edu/~linli/FTruns/index.html]</h3>
 
<h3>The FronTier Computational Showcase:[http://www.ams.sunysb.edu/~linli/FTruns/index.html]</h3>
 
<h3>The ITAPS Center:[http://www.tstt-scidac.org/index.html]</h3>
 
<h3>The ITAPS Center:[http://www.tstt-scidac.org/index.html]</h3>
 
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<h3>Rayleigh-Taylor instability:[[image: Rt-a-movie.gif]]</h3>
 
<h3>Rayleigh-Taylor instability:[[image: Rt-a-movie.gif]]</h3>
 
'''a gravity-driven instability. A heavy fluid is placed above the light fluid and the gravitational field is pointing downward. The perturbed fluid interface forms rising bubbles and falling spikes.'''
 
'''a gravity-driven instability. A heavy fluid is placed above the light fluid and the gravitational field is pointing downward. The perturbed fluid interface forms rising bubbles and falling spikes.'''
 
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<h3>Richtmyer-Meshkov instability:[[image:Rm-a-movie.gif]]</h3>
 
<h3>Richtmyer-Meshkov instability:[[image:Rm-a-movie.gif]]</h3>
 
'''a shock-driven instability. In this simulation, a shock with Mach number 1.5 propagates downward, hitting the fluid interface. Later the shock is reflected by the ground and bounced back. A mushroom is formed after the fluid interface is re-shocked. '''
 
'''a shock-driven instability. In this simulation, a shock with Mach number 1.5 propagates downward, hitting the fluid interface. Later the shock is reflected by the ground and bounced back. A mushroom is formed after the fluid interface is re-shocked. '''

Revision as of 08:53, 30 August 2010

The FronTier Computational Showcase:[1]

The ITAPS Center:[2]

Rayleigh-Taylor instability:Rt-a-movie.gif

a gravity-driven instability. A heavy fluid is placed above the light fluid and the gravitational field is pointing downward. The perturbed fluid interface forms rising bubbles and falling spikes.

Richtmyer-Meshkov instability:Rm-a-movie.gif

a shock-driven instability. In this simulation, a shock with Mach number 1.5 propagates downward, hitting the fluid interface. Later the shock is reflected by the ground and bounced back. A mushroom is formed after the fluid interface is re-shocked.