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0 below. In figure (3) the relative mass error (mass according to the distribution of G) is plotted versus time. 0 6. Concluding Remarks The present scheme for fluid interface tracking methods avoids mass losses by incorporating a finite volume mass conservation equation. The inconsistencies between level set transport and mass conservation are eliminated by controlling volume fraction deviations through a suitable "penalty" - method 48 Finite volumes for complex applications Figure 3: Relative mass error resulting from the distribution of G versus time applied to the level set transport.
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