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References in zbMATH (referenced in 15 articles )

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  1. Pelinovsky, Efim; Choi, Byung Ho; Talipova, Tatiana; Woo, Seung Buhm; Kim, Dong Chule: Solitary wave transformation on the underwater step: asymptotic theory and numerical experiments (2010)
  2. Glatzel, Thomas; Litterst, Christian; Cupelli, Claudio; Lindemann, Timo; Moosmann, Christian; Niekrawietz, Remigius; Streule, Wolfgang; Zengerle, Roland; Koltay, Peter: Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software tools for microfluidic applications - a case study (2008)
  3. Tang, Bo; Li, Junfeng; Wang, Tianshu: Numerical simulation of liquid drop phenomenon by least square particle finite element method (2008)
  4. Tomé, M.F.; Grossi, L.; Castelo, A.; Cuminato, J.A.; Mckee, S.; Walters, K.: Die-swell, splashing drop and a numerical technique for solving the Oldroyd B model for axisymmetric free surface flows (2007)
  5. Wei, Gengsheng: A fixed-mesh method for general moving objects in fluid flow (2005)
  6. McKee, S.; Tomé, M.F.; Cuminato, J.A.; Castelo, A.; Ferreira, V.G.: Recent advances in the Marker and Cell Method (2004)
  7. Pilliod, James Edward jun.; Puckett, Elbridge Gerry: Second-order accurate volume-of-fluid algorithms for tracking material interfaces (2004)
  8. Shahbazi, Khosro; Paraschivoiu, Marius; Mostaghimi, Javad: Second order accurate volume tracking based on remapping for triangular meshes. (2003)
  9. Tomé, M.F.; Mangiavacchi, N.; Cuminato, J.A.; Castelo, A.; McKee, S.: A finite difference technique for simulating unsteady viscoelastic free surface flows (2002)
  10. Castello F., A.; Tomé, M.F.; César, C.N.L.; McKee, S.; Cuminato, J.A.: Freeflow: An integrated simulation system for three-dimensional free surface flows (2000)
  11. Tome, M.F.; Castelo, A.; Murakami, J.; Cuminato, J.A.; Minghim, R.; Oliveira, M.C.F.; Mangiavacchi, N.; McKee, S.: Numerical simulation of axisymmetric free surface flows (2000)
  12. Mastorakos, E.; Massias, A.; Tsakiroglou, C.D.; Goussis, D.A.; Burganos, V.N.; Payatakes, A.C.: CFD predictions for cement kilns including flame modelling, heat transfer and clinker chemistry (1999)
  13. Puckett, Elbridge Gerry; Almgren, Ann S.; Bell, John B.; Marcus, Daniel L.; Rider, William J.: A high-order projection method for tracking fluid interfaces in variable density incompressible flows (1997)
  14. Puckett, Gerry: Introduction to “A numerical method for solving incompressible viscous flow problems”. (1997)
  15. Sanderson, S.Laurie; Cheer, A.Y.: Fish as filters: An empirical and mathematical analysis (1993)

Further publications can be found at: http://www.flow3d.com/resources/technical-papers/recent-publications.html