Year 2018, Volume , Issue 11, Pages 19 - 28 2018-04-01

A REVIEW OF STUDIES ON THE SLOSHING EFFECT OF LIQUID IN PARTIALLY FILLED TANK
A REVIEW OF STUDIES ON THE SLOSHING EFFECT OF LIQUID IN PARTIALLY FILLED TANK

Ahmet İlyas YILMAZ [1]


Partially filled liquid tanks are exposed to dynamic loads and seismic movements of the surface. This situation causes the start of the sloshing, the fluid levels to change and additional internal pressures along with hydrostatic pressure on the tank wall. Sloshing occur in some cases, which can cause structural damage. In engineering applications, it is important to be able to determine in advance all the interactions seen during the sloshing. There are lots of numerical models that can be used to describe the sloshing. Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics, Fluid Volume Method, Boundary Element Method, Finite Difference Method and Moving Particle Method are the numerical methods used in sloshing problems. This study investigates numerical and experimental studies on tanks used to reduce sloshing effects and also it shows which method gives better results in which situations to solve the sloshing problem. The liquid sloshing in a moving partially filled rectangular tank is investigated assuming inviscid, incompressible and irrotational flows. The accuracy, simplicity and convergence of the present method are demonstrated via numerical examples, and excellent agreement with the other method is observed. The studies on the baffles used to reduce the sloshing effect in partially filled tanks have been investigated. In this paper numerical and experimental studies for the solution of sloshing problem are investigated. At the end of the research, it is explained what types of studies are appropriate
Sloshing, Free Surface Flow, Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics, Numerical and Experimental Studies
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Primary Language en
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Author: Ahmet İlyas YILMAZ

Dates

Application Date : May 14, 2021
Acceptance Date : May 14, 2021
Publication Date : April 1, 2018

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APA Yılmaz, A . (2018). A REVIEW OF STUDIES ON THE SLOSHING EFFECT OF LIQUID IN PARTIALLY FILLED TANK . GİDB Dergi , (11) , 19-28 . Retrieved from http://gidbdergi.itu.edu.tr/en/pub/issue/53667/717450
MLA Yılmaz, A . "A REVIEW OF STUDIES ON THE SLOSHING EFFECT OF LIQUID IN PARTIALLY FILLED TANK" . GİDB Dergi (2018 ): 19-28 <http://gidbdergi.itu.edu.tr/en/pub/issue/53667/717450>
Chicago Yılmaz, A . "A REVIEW OF STUDIES ON THE SLOSHING EFFECT OF LIQUID IN PARTIALLY FILLED TANK". GİDB Dergi (2018 ): 19-28
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