Analysis fluid sloshing when road tanker experience sudden breaking - A computational approach
Keywords:Arbitory Lagrangian Eulerian, ALE domian, VOF, Baffle tank, modified baffle, sloshing, suppression device
Sloshing can occur as an outcome of a disturbance to a partly filled fluid road tanker. As an effect, the vibrant behavior of fluid is observed when subjected to the sudden breaking of a roadway tanker, because it significantly affects the stability leading to rollover of the tank structure. So to avoid the instability and rollover condition. The baffle is used as suppression media to suppress the vibrant behavior of the fluid. This research work is carried out with aid of a computational approach using the ALE technique. The ALE approach is tested with different configurations of tanks mainly clean bore tanks, single baffle tanks, two baffle tanks,s, and three baffle tanks with 50%,60%, and 80% filling ratios respectively. The outcome of this research paper to examine several factors for preventing accidents of road tankers when experiencing sudden breaking conditions.
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