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  1. Dehning, Carsten; Bierwisch, Claas; Kraft, Torsten: Co-simulations of discrete and finite element codes (2015)
  2. Kuzmin, Dmitri; Hämäläinen, Jari: Finite element methods for computational fluid dynamics. A practical guide (2015)
  3. Lee, Yong-Chan; Park, Sung-Young: An analytical study for the effects of SCR mixer design parameter on urea spray characteristics (2015) ioport
  4. Mathur, A.; He, S.: Performance and implementation of the Launder-Sharma low-Reynolds number turbulence model (2013)
  5. Smolka, Jacek; Bulinski, Zbigniew; Fic, Adam; Nowak, Andrzej J.; Banasiak, Krzysztof; Hafner, Armin: A computational model of a transcritical R744 ejector based on a homogeneous real fluid approach (2013)
  6. Novaresio, Valerio; García-Camprubí, María; Izquierdo, Salvador; Asinari, Pietro; Fueyo, Norberto: An open-source library for the numerical modeling of mass-transfer in solid oxide fuel cells (2012)
  7. Balabel, A.; Hegab, A.M.; Nasr, M.; El-Behery, Samy M.: Assessment of turbulence modeling for gas flow in two-dimensional convergent-divergent rocket nozzle (2011)
  8. Bhasker, C.: Flow simulation in electro-static-precipitator (ESP) ducts with turning vanes (2011)
  9. El-Behery, Samy M.; Hamed, Mofreh H.: A comparative study of turbulence models performance for separating flow in a planar asymmetric diffuser (2011)
  10. Favre, Tristan; Efraimsson, Gunilla: An assessment of detached-eddy simulations of unsteady crosswind aerodynamics of road vehicles (2011)
  11. Pisarev, Gleb I.; Hoffmann, Alex C.; Peng, Weiming; Dijkstra, Henk A.: Large eddy simulation of the vortex end in reverse-flow centrifugal separators (2011)
  12. Favero, J.L.; Secchi, A.R.; Cardozo, N.S.M.; Jasak, H.: Viscoelastic flow analysis using the software OpenFOAM and differential constitutive equations (2010)
  13. Iaccarino, Gianluca; Shaqfeh, Eric S.G.; Dubief, Yves: Reynolds-averaged modeling of polymer drag reduction in turbulent flows (2010)
  14. Kim, Kangsoo; Ura, Tamaki: Applied model-based analysis and synthesis for the dynamics, guidance, and control of an autonomous undersea vehicle (2010)
  15. Margot, Xandra; Hoyas, Sergio; Fajardo, Pablo; Patouna, Stavroula: A moving mesh generation strategy for solving an injector internal flow problem (2010)
  16. Moreau, V.: Progress in the self-similar turbulent flame premixed combustion model (2010)
  17. Singh, Vikrant; Lo, Simon: Predicting pressure drop in pneumatic conveying using the discrete element modelling approach (2010)
  18. Kumar, V.; Frohnapfel, B.; Jovanović, J.; Breuer, M.; Zuo, W.; Hadzić, I.; Lechner, R.: Anisotropy invariant Reynolds stress model of turbulence (AIRSM) and its application to attached and separated wall-bounded flows (2009)
  19. Moreau, V.: A self-similar premixed turbulent flame model (2009)
  20. Addad, Y.; Prosser, R.; Laurence, D.; Moreau, S.; Mendonca, F.: On the use of embedded meshes in the LES of external flows (2008)

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