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  1. Colera, Manuel; Pérez-Saborid, Miguel: An efficient finite differences method for the computation of compressible, subsonic, unsteady flows past airfoils and panels (2017)
  2. 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)
  3. Baïri, Abderrahmane; Crua, Cyril; Bauzin, Jean-Gabriel; Baïri, Iken: Aerodynamical phenomena in a large top covered wind mill with vertical axis wind turbine (2016)
  4. Banerjee, Joydeep; McPhee, John: System dynamic modelling and simulation of hydrodynamic machines (2016)
  5. Grigas, Vytautas; Šulginas, Anatolijus; Žiliukas, Pranas: Development of magnetorheological resistive exercise device for rowing machine (2016)
  6. 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)
  7. Malamanov, S.Y.: Numerical simulation of the burst of the electromagnetic field caused by the circular motion of a conducting fluid (2016)
  8. Kuzmin, Dmitri; Hämäläinen, Jari: Finite element methods for computational fluid dynamics. A practical guide (2015)
  9. Sáez, P.; Malvè, M.; Martínez, M.A.: A theoretical model of the endothelial cell morphology due to different waveforms (2015)
  10. Delafin, P.L.; Deniset, F.; Astolfi, J.A.: Effect of the laminar separation bubble induced transition on the hydrodynamic performance of a hydrofoil (2014)
  11. Kim, Kown-Se; Choi, Doo-Seuk; Park, Sung-Young: Study on operational characteristics of variable valves in muffler of gasoline vehicle (2014)
  12. Wróblewski, W.; Frączek, D.: Heat transfer modelling in a rotating cavity using the SST $k$-$\omega$ turbulence model (2014)
  13. Bari, S.; Saad, Idris: CFD modelling of the effect of guide vane swirl and tumble device to generate better in-cylinder air flow in a CI engine fuelled by biodiesel (2013) ioport
  14. Hoang, Duong A.; van Steijn, Volkert; Portela, Luis M.; Kreutzer, Michiel T.; Kleijn, Chris R.: Benchmark numerical simulations of segmented two-phase flows in microchannels using the volume of fluid method (2013)
  15. Kubatko, Ethan J.; Yeager, Benjamin A.; Maggi, Ashley L.: New computationally efficient quadrature formulas for triangular prism elements (2013)
  16. Robbins, D.J.; Cant, R.S.; Gladden, L.F.: Development of accurate, robust liquid equations of state for multi-phase CFD simulations with a modified AUSM$^+$-up scheme (2013)
  17. Schrittwieser, Maximilian; Bíró, Oszkár; Farnleitner, Ernst; Kastner, Gebhard: Validation of measurements with conjugate heat transfer models (2013)
  18. Song, Xue-Guan; Park, Joon-Hong; Kim, Seung-Gyu; Park, Young-Chul: Performance comparison and erosion prediction of jet pumps by using a numerical method (2013) ioport
  19. Counsil, J.N.N.; Boulama, K.Goni: Validating the URANS shear stress transport $\gamma - Re_\theta $ model for low-Reynolds-number external aerodynamics (2012)
  20. D’Alessio, S.J.D.; Ogden, K.A.: Bénard convection with rotation and a periodic temperature distribution (2012)

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