NASA OVERFLOW Overset Grid CFD Flow Solver. OVERFLOW is a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) flow solver under development by NASA. It uses structured overset grids to simulate fluid flow, and is being used on projects for Aeronautics Research, Science, Space Technology, and Human Exploration Mission Directorates. The code is available to U.S. companies and individuals under an appropriate Software Usage Agreement.

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  1. Pan, Y.; Persson, P.-O.: High-order accurate finite difference discretisations on fully unstructured dual quadrilateral meshes (2022)
  2. Morelli, Myles; Bellosta, Tommaso; Guardone, Alberto: Development and preliminary assessment of the open-source CFD toolkit SU2 for rotorcraft flows (2021)
  3. Jude, Dylan; Sitaraman, Jayanarayanan; Lakshminarayan, Vinod; Baeder, James: An overset generalised minimal residual method for the multi-solver paradigm (2020)
  4. Modesti, Davide; Pirozzoli, Sergio: An efficient semi-implicit solver for direct numerical simulation of compressible flows at all speeds (2018)
  5. Lakshminarayan, Vinod K.; Sitaraman, Jayanarayanan; Roget, Beatrice; Wissink, Andrew M.: Development and validation of a multi-strand solver for complex aerodynamic flows (2017)
  6. Rumpfkeil, Markus P.: Using steady flow analysis for noise predictions (2017)
  7. Wasserman, M.; Mor-Yossef, Y.; Greenberg, J. B.: A positivity-preserving, implicit defect-correction multigrid method for turbulent combustion (2016)
  8. Brehm, Christoph; Barad, Michael F.; Housman, Jeffrey A.; Kiris, Cetin C.: A comparison of higher-order finite-difference shock capturing schemes (2015)
  9. Galbraith, Marshall C.; Benek, John A.; Orkwis, Paul D.; Turner, Mark G.: A discontinuous Galerkin scheme for Chimera overset viscous meshes on curved geometries (2015)
  10. Barth, Timothy: Non-intrusive uncertainty propagation with error bounds for conservation laws containing discontinuities (2013)
  11. English, R. Elliot; Qiu, Linhai; Yu, Yue; Fedkiw, Ronald: An adaptive discretization of incompressible flow using a multitude of moving Cartesian grids (2013)
  12. Xiao, H.; Sakai, Y.; Henniger, R.; Wild, M.; Jenny, P.: Coupling of solvers with non-conforming computational domains in a dual-mesh hybrid LES/RANS framework (2013)
  13. Soni, Kunal; Chandar, Dominic D. J.; Sitaraman, Jayanarayanan: Development of an overset grid computational fluid dynamics solver on graphical processing units (2012)
  14. Swanson, R. C.; Rossow, C.-C.: An efficient solver for the RANS equations and a one-equation turbulence model (2011)
  15. Hughes, Thomas J. R.; Scovazzi, Guglielmo; Tezduyar, Tayfun E.: Stabilized methods for compressible flows (2010)
  16. Sitaraman, Jayanarayanan; Floros, Matthew; Wissink, Andrew; Potsdam, Mark: Parallel domain connectivity algorithm for unsteady flow computations using overlapping and adaptive grids (2010)
  17. Henshaw, William D.; Chand, Kyle K.: A composite grid solver for conjugate heat transfer in fluid-structure systems (2009)
  18. Huang, Juan-Chen; Lin, Herng; Yang, Jaw-Yen: Implicit preconditioned WENO scheme for steady viscous flow computation (2009)
  19. Chisholm, Todd T.; Zingg, David W.: A Jacobian-free Newton-Krylov algorithm for compressible turbulent fluid flows (2008)
  20. Henshaw, William D.; Schwendeman, Donald W.: Parallel computation of three-dimensional flows using overlapping grids with adaptive mesh refinement (2008)

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