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  1. Kumar, Nitesh; Khader, S. M. Abdul; Pai, R.; Khan, S. H.; Kyriacou, P. A.: Fluid structure interaction study of stenosed carotid artery considering the effects of blood pressure (2020)
  2. Ayyildiz, M.; Saydam, A. Z.; Ozbulut, M.: A numerical study on the hydrodynamic performance of an immersed foil: uncertainty quantification of RANS and SPH methods (2019)
  3. Charnyi, Sergey; Heister, Timo; Olshanskii, Maxim A.; Rebholz, Leo G.: Efficient discretizations for the EMAC formulation of the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations (2019)
  4. Deparis, Simone; Deville, Michel O.; Menghini, Filippo; Pegolotti, Luca; Quarteroni, Alfio: Application of the rosenbrock methods to the solution of unsteady 3D incompressible Navier-Stokes equations (2019)
  5. Isaev, Sergey; Baranov, Paul; Popov, Igor; Sudakov, Alexander; Usachov, Alexander; Guvernyuk, Sergey; Sinyavin, Alexei; Chulyunin, Alexei; Mazo, Alexander; Demidov, Dennis; Dekterev, Alexander; Gavrilov, Andrey; Shebelev, Alexander: Numerical simulation and experiments on turbulent air flow around the semi-circular profile at zero angle of attack and moderate Reynolds number (2019)
  6. Portelenelle, B.; Botella, O.; Cheny, Y.: Accurate discretization of diffusion in the LS-STAG cut-cell method using diamond cell techniques (2019)
  7. Schosser, C.; Klingl, S.; Lecheler, S.; Fuchs, T.; Hain, R.; Kähler, C.; Pfitzner, M.: Comprehensive investigation of the flow in a narrow gap between co-rotating disks (2019)
  8. Simonsen, A. S.; Deen, N. G.; Sørensen, K.; Condra, T.; Rosendahl, L.: Trajectory integrated smoothening of exchange fields for discrete phase simulations (2019)
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  10. Araya, Rodolfo; Rebolledo, Ramiro: An a posteriori error estimator for a LPS method for Navier-Stokes equations (2018)
  11. Crnjac, Peter; Škerget, Leopold; Hriberšek, Matjaz; Ravnik, Jure: BEM model for radiative transport phenomena in optically thick compressible viscous fluids (2018)
  12. 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)
  13. Islam, Md. Rashedul; Wood, Ian; Zhu, David Z.: Selective withdrawal from an intake channel connected to a reservoir (2018)
  14. Song, Weiwei; Pang, Yong; Shi, Xiaohuan; Xu, Qing: Study on the rectification of forebay in pumping station (2018)
  15. 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)
  16. Colera, Manuel; Pérez-Saborid, Miguel: An efficient finite differences method for the computation of compressible, subsonic, unsteady flows past airfoils and panels (2017)
  17. Fletcher, David F.; McClure, Dale D.; Kavanagh, John M.; Barton, Geoffrey W.: CFD simulation of industrial bubble columns: numerical challenges and model validation successes (2017)
  18. Guo, Bao-Yu; Su, Yin-Biao; Yang, Ding; Yu, Ai-Bing: Predictions of the gas-liquid flow in wet electrostatic precipitators (2017)
  19. Juris Vencels, Andris Jakovics, Vadims Geza, Mihails Scepanskis: EOF Library: Open-Source Elmer and OpenFOAM Coupler for Simulation of MHD With Free Surface (2017) arXiv
  20. Neupert, Niklas; Gomaa, Hassan; Joos, Franz; Weigand, Bernhard: Investigation and modeling of two phase flow through a compressor stage: analysis of film breakup (2017)

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