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  1. Araya, Rodolfo; Rebolledo, Ramiro: An a posteriori error estimator for a LPS method for Navier-Stokes equations (2018)
  2. Crnjac, Peter; Škerget, Leopold; Hriberšek, Matjaz; Ravnik, Jure: BEM model for radiative transport phenomena in optically thick compressible viscous fluids (2018)
  3. Hu, Chenxing; Yang, Xiaojian; Zhu, Xiaocheng; Du, Zhaohui: Stability and structural sensitivity analysis of the turbulent flow in the narrow vaneless diffuser with mean flow method (2018)
  4. Islam, Md. Rashedul; Wood, Ian; Zhu, David Z.: Selective withdrawal from an intake channel connected to a reservoir (2018)
  5. Wang, Yifan; Quaini, Annalisa; Čanić, Sunčica: A higher-order discontinuous Galerkin/arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian partitioned approach to solving fluid-structure interaction problems with incompressible, viscous fluids and elastic structures (2018)
  6. Colera, Manuel; Pérez-Saborid, Miguel: An efficient finite differences method for the computation of compressible, subsonic, unsteady flows past airfoils and panels (2017)
  7. Neupert, Niklas; Gomaa, Hassan; Joos, Franz; Weigand, Bernhard: Investigation and modeling of two phase flow through a compressor stage: analysis of film breakup (2017)
  8. Nikitin, Kirill D.; Olshanskii, Maxim A.; Terekhov, Kirill M.; Vassilevski, Yuri V.; Yanbarisov, Ruslan M.: An adaptive numerical method for free surface flows passing rigidly mounted obstacles (2017)
  9. Pinto, Runa Nivea; Afzal, Asif; D’Souza, Loyan Vinson; Ansari, Zahid; Mohammed Samee, A. D.: Computational fluid dynamics in turbomachinery: a review of state of the art (2017)
  10. Schuster, Sebastian; Benra, Friedrich-Karl; Brillert, Dieter: Droplet deposition in radial turbines (2017)
  11. Alimohammadi, Sajad; Fanning, Eoin; Persoons, Tim; Murray, Darina B.: Characterization of flow vectoring phenomenon in adjacent synthetic jets using CFD and PIV (2016)
  12. Baïri, Abderrahmane; Crua, Cyril; Bauzin, Jean-Gabriel; Baïri, Iken: Aerodynamical phenomena in a large top covered wind mill with vertical axis wind turbine (2016)
  13. Banerjee, Joydeep; McPhee, John: System dynamic modelling and simulation of hydrodynamic machines (2016)
  14. Grigas, Vytautas; Šulginas, Anatolijus; Žiliukas, Pranas: Development of magnetorheological resistive exercise device for rowing machine (2016)
  15. Luo, Lei; Wang, Chenglong; Wang, Lei; Sunden, Bengt Ake; Wang, Songtao: Heat transfer and friction factor in a dimple-pin fin wedge duct with various dimple depth and converging angle (2016)
  16. Malamanov, S. Y.: Numerical simulation of the burst of the electromagnetic field caused by the circular motion of a conducting fluid (2016)
  17. Mescheryakov, K.; Sumbatyan, M. A.; Bondarchuk, A. A.: A boundary integral equation over the thin rotating blade of a wind turbine (2016)
  18. Krick, Julian; Ackerman, Josef Daniel: Adding ecology to particle capture models: numerical simulations of capture on a moving cylinder in crossflow (2015)
  19. Kuzmin, Dmitri; Hämäläinen, Jari: Finite element methods for computational fluid dynamics. A practical guide (2015)
  20. Pugachev, Alexander O.; Ravikovich, Yury A.; Savin, Leonid A.: Flow structure in a short chamber of a labyrinth seal with a backward-facing step (2015)

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