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Abdelmeguid AM, Goh SY, Ilegbusi J & Spalding DB Predictions of complex turbulent flows using the PHOENICS computer code. Proceedings of AFOSR/HTTM Stanford Conference on Complex Turbulent Flows, 1981. 1981 81/1
Acosta FA, Castillejos AH, Almanza R & Flores A Analysis of liquid flow through ceramic porous media used for molten metal filtration Metallurgical and Materials Transactions, Vol. 26B, pp159-171, 1995 1995 95/59
Adair D, Malin MR & Younis BA Calculations of the concentration field of a turbulent methane jet. Appl. Math. Modelling 1992 vol. 16 September. Published by Butterworth-Heinemann 1992 92/22
Adair D, Malin MR & Younis BA. Calculations of diffusion from a line source in a turbulent boundary layer. Vol. 4, Suppl.2, pp 146-162 PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications. 1991 91/27
Afshar M & Rabi Baliga BR Comparative evaluation of six interpolation schemes used in finite-volume discretizations of the convection-diffusion equations. Presented at the Proceedings Conference of the CFD society of Canada, Montreal, June 14-15 1993, pp 301-312 1993 93/19
Agranat V Mathematical modelling of forest fires using commercial computational fluid dynamics software package PHOENICS Proceedings of the International Conference on Forest fires: Initiation, spread and ecological impacts, 24-30 July, 1995 1995 95/23
Agranat V, Fiterman A & Kribus A Theoretical and numerical analysis of mixed convection flow and radiative heat transfer in a solar receiver Proceedings, 3rd Annual Conference of the CFD Society of Canada, Banff, Alberta, June 25-27, 1995 1995 95/22
Agranat V, Fiterman A & Luntz A PHOENICS simulation of flow and heat transfer in solar receiver chamber Technical Report, Issumit Temed Ltd., Israel 1993 93/39
Agranat V, Kawaji M & Tran HN Numerical simulation of lower furnace heat transfer in a Kraft recovery boiler The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10 No. 1, pp 17-26, 1997 1997 97/2
Ahlstedt H, Oksanen A & Karvinen R. Modelling of swirling flows and heavy fuel combustion. Tampere University of Technology Finland. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM. 1987 87/42
Al Sanea S, Rhodes N, Tatchell DG & Wilkinson TS. A computer model for detailed calculation of the flow in power station condensers. Theory and Practice IChem E Symposium Series No 75, pp 70-88, 1983. 1983 83/2
Al Sanea SA, Rhodes N & Wilkinson TS. Mathematical modelling of two-phase condenser flows. Presented at 2nd International Conference on Multi-Phase Flow, London, 1985. 1985 85/19
Aldham C, Cross M & Markatos NC. Mathematical modelling of gas injection processes into liquid metals. Polymodel 5, 5th Annual Conference of NE Polytechnics Mathematical Modelling and Computer Simulation Group, Proceedings: Mathematical Modelling, 1982. 1982 82/12
Aldham C, Rhodes N & Tatchell DG. Three-dimensional calculations of explosion containment in fast reactors. Presented at ASME Spring Meeting, Fluids Engineering Division, June 1982 ASME Publication 82-FE-3. 1982 82/1
Aldham CM & Markatos NC Numerical solution of the navier-stokes equation for laminar flow over a forward facing step. Proceedings of 6th Meeting of IAHR Working Group, 1983 . 1983 83/1
Aldham CM & Semier F. Applications of PHOENICS in the electronics industry. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 3, No 2, pp 196-234, 1990. 1990 90/8
Alizadeh S & Moss JB Flowfield prediction of NO, and smoke production in aircraft engines. 81st AGARD Propulsion & Energetics Panel Symposium " Fuels & Combustion Technology for Advanced Aircraft Engines". Colleferro, Italy, May 1993. 1993 93/10
Amer AA, Jurban BA & Hamdan MA. Comparison on different two-equation turbulence models for prediction of film cooling from two rows of holes. Numerical Heat Transfer Part A, Vol. 21, pp 143-162. Published by Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, 1992. 1992 92/11
Andersson A & Svensson U. A numerical simulation of an ice particle trajectory. The PHOENICS journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp 241-261, 1991. 1991 91/7
Andersson SL & Schoon NH Methods to increase the efficiency of a metallic monolithic catalyst. American Chemical Society, 1993 1993 93/9
Andreasson P. Numerisk simulering av stromning i en konisk diffusor. WREL Report Series B No 28, Abstract in English, 1985. 1985 85/58
Andreopoulos AG, Karayannis AN & Markatos NC Experimental and computational investigation of ventilation effectiveness in an industrial building Published in the Institution of Chemical Engineers. 1994 94/46
Ashforth-Frost S & Jambunathan K Numerical prediction of semi-confined jet impingement and comparison with experimental data International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, Vol.23, 295-306, 1996. 1996 -
Assimacopoulos D Wave propagation and non-equilibrium interphase processes in transient two-phase flows Applied Mathematics Modelling Vol. 12, June 1988. Butterworths Fundamental studies 1988 88/15
Atkinson E Predicting the performance of sediment control devices at intakes Published by Hydraulics Research, Wallingford, Berks (Technical Note OD/TN 417 January 1989) 1989 89/61
Atkinson G A numerical model for predicting sediment exclusion at intakes Internal Report OD130, HR Wallingford 1995 95/13
Avila F & Rojas J Numerical simulation of transient natural convection in a heated inclined wall cavity with two fluids of different density The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 3, pp 339-370, 1995 1995 95/43
Bae JH & Lee JH. A numerical study on the heat transfer and flow around a lanced fin applied for heat exchanger of air conditioner The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 4, pp 476-491, 1996 1996 96/57
Baklanov A, Burman J & Naslund E Numerical modelling of three-dimensional flow and pollution transport over complex terrain The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10 No. 1, pp 57-86, 1997 1997 97/4
Baldwin SJ, White PRS & Al-Daini AJ. *** Investigation of the gas side flow field in a circular tube-plate fin heat exchanger. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 364-374 1986. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. 1985 85/43
Baltas ND & Spalding DB MIMD PHOENICS: Porting a computational fluid dynamics application to a distributed memory MIMD computer. Proceedings Int. Conf. Massively Parallel Processing 21- 23 June 1994 at TU DELFT, The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 7, No 3, pp 84-97. 1994 94/12
Baltas ND & van den Berghe CS Comparison of the porting of a Computational Fluid Dynamics Application to SIMD and MIMD Computers. Proceedings Int. Conf.. Massively Parallel Processing 21- 23 June 1994 at TU DELFT. 1994 94/14
Banas AO, Carver MB & Whitehead CA Numerical studies of flow and heat transfer around candu fuel-element bearing pads. Presented at the Proceedings Conference of the CFD Society of Canada, Montreal, June 14-15 1993, pp 363-380 1993 93/24
Bankoff SG & Hadid A. The application of a user-friendly code to nuclear thermalhydraulic reactor safety problems. Proceedings of the International Nuclear Power Plant Thermal Hydraulics & Operations Topical Meeting in Taipei, ROC, October 22-24, 1984. 1984 84/17
Barrett JW and Moore G & Morton KW Optimal recovery in the finite-element method, part 1: recovery from weighted L2 fits. IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis (1988) 8, 149-184. 1988 88/50
Barrett JW, Moore G & Morton KW Optimal recovery in the finite-element method, part 2: defect correction for ordinary differential equations. IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis (1988) 8, 527-540 1988 88/49
Barron RM, An FD & Zhang S. Survey of the streamfunction as a coordinate method in CFD. Presented at the Proceedings Conference of the CFD Society of Canada, Montreal, June 14-15 1993, pp 325-336 1993 93/21
Barthod D Symmetrical curtain coating flow modelling. Presented at the 5th International PHOENICS User Conference, Nice, September 1992. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 4 1993, pp 368-384 & li-lxix 1992 92/41
Baskaya S, Gilchrist A & Fraser SM Buoyancy induced flow through a two-dimensional chamber containing an internal heat source: Comparison of LDA measurements and numerical solution J. of Eng. Science, 1996 1996 96/3
Baskaya S, Gilchrist A & Fraser SM LDA measurements and numerical simulation of the induced flow through a rectangular chamber containing a vertical cylindrical heat source. Published in the Laser Anemometry Advances and Applications Journal SPIE vol. 2052, 1993, pp 571-578. 1993 93/32
Bathla PS & Mukerjee T Multidimensional numerical modeling of two-phase flow and heat transfer processes in a plat type a/c evaporator Presented at the International Congress & Exposition, Detroit Michigan, February 26 - March 2 1990. Published by SAE International Technical Paper Series 1990 90/6
Bauwens L Flame sheet models for reacting flows. Presented at the Proceedings Conference of the CFD Society of Canada, Montreal, June 14-15 1993, pp 351-362 1993 93/23
Beale SB & Elias SJ. Stress distribution in a plate subject to uniaxial loading. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, V 3, No 3, pp 255-287, 1990. 1990 90/20
Beale SB & Spalding DB Unsteady flow in a rotated square tube bank. 8th International Conference on Numerical Methods in La minar & Turbulent Flow, Swansea 19-23 July 1993 1993 93/6
Beale SB. Laminar fully developed flow and heat transfer in an off set rectangular plate-fin surface. The PHOENICS journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 3, No 1, pp 1-38, 1990. 1990 90/1
Ben-Zvi R Development of a PHOENICS-CHEMKIN interface for reactive flow calculations The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 2, pp 165-212, 1995 1995 95/39
Bertrand C, Jenkins B & Moles F Aerodynamics simulations of an industrial stationary furnace Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp 194-211, 1997. 1997 97/23
Best T & Duffield JS Modelling of non-equilibrium two-phase venting from chemical reactors. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol5 No 1,pp 1-39. Published by CHAM 1992 92/2
Birch NT Navier-Stokes predictions of transition, loss and heat transfer in a turbine cascade. Presented at the Gas Turbine Conference and Exhibition, Anahelm, California - May 31 - June 4, 1987 1987 87/78
Bjornbom P. Mathematical modelling of an air electrode according to the 041 concept. Procedings of the International Seminar on Fuel Cell Technology and Applications. The Haag, Holland, October 26-29 1987. 1987 87/67
Blair GP Motion and mixing in the cylinder of a two-stroke engine prior to combustion. Published in Heat and Mass Transfer in Gasoline and Diesel Engines. 1989 89/66
Boccio JL, Usher JL, Singhal AK & Tam LT. The use of a field model to analyze probable fire environments encountered within the complex geometries of nuclear power plant. Presented at 23rd National Heat Transfer Conference, Denver, August 1985. Heat Transfer in Fire and Combustion Systems HTD-Vol 45,pp 159-166. 1985 85/56
Bochenek E & Kedzuir F Simulation of conductive stirring in continuous cast strands with PHOENICS. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985 1985 85/42
Boisson N & Malin MR. Numerical prediction of two-phase flow in bubble columns International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, Vol. 23, pp 1289-1310, 1996 1996 96/53
Bolot R, Coddet C & Imbert M The use of the PHOENICS code for plasma jet modelling Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp335-352, 1997. 1997 97/40
Booij R Computationa of the flow in a carousel Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp364-373, 1997. 1997 97/49
Boparai MK. Personal experiences in the use of PHOENICS. CFD Community Club Steering Group Notes. Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, 1992. 1992 92/6
Bourabaa N & Desmet B Numerical and experimental study of gas mixing. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp 191-204 & Di-Dvi, 1993. 1992 92/36
Bourgeois T, Bui RT, Charette A, Kocaefe Y, Stevens W & Dernedde E. Simulating the combustion chamber of an aluminium casting furnace. Presented at the AIME 88 Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, January 1987. 1987 87/12
Bowden K Kron's method of tearing on a transputer array with an application to the solution of a distributed system. Polytechnic East London, 19th June 1989 1989 89/73
Bradley D, Lau AKC & Lawes M Flame stretch rate as a determinate of turbulent burning velocity.
1992 92/60
Breen BP, Urich JA, Smith BL, Kramer ED & Spalding DB Development of a computer model for evaluation of NOx control alternatives. Internal report. In order: Energy Systems Associates, Burns & McDonnell, PSI Energy, CHAM 1993 93/5
Bringfelt B PHOENICS simulering av plymspridning over ett skrovligt underlag . R&D Notes, Sveriges Meteologiska och Hydrologiska Institut, No 32, August 1984, SMHI Sweden. Swedish text with English summary. 1984 84/26
Bringfelt B. PHOENICS-simulations of plume spread in the lee of a building and comparisons with smoke experiments and gaussian dispersion formulae. R&D Notes, Sveriges Meteorologiska och Hydrologiska Institut, No. 35, October 1984. Publisher: SMHI Sweden. 1984 84/20
Brink A, Hupa M & Kjaldman L An extinction model for turbulent diffusion flames Proceedings, 6th Symposium (Int.) on Combustion, Naples, Italy. Published by the Combustion Institute, 1996 1996 96/42
Brink A, Kilpinen P, Hupa M, Kjaldman L & Jaaskelainen K. Improved gas phase chemistry for furnace simulations 6th International Conference on Numerical Combustion, New Orleans, USA, March 4-6, 1996 1996 96/47
Brink A, Kilpinen P, Hupa M, Kjaldman L & Jaaskelainen K. Modelling of local extinction and reignition of the flame Proceedings, 3rd Colloquium on Process Simulation, Espoo, Finland, June 12-14, 1996 1996 96/43
Brinkmann RP, Vogg G & Werner Ch Plasma enhanced deposition of amorphous silicon The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 4, pp 512-522, 1995 1995 95/52
Brinkmann RP, Werner Chr & Fuerst R The effective drift-diffusion plasma model and its implementation into PHOENICS-CVD The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 4, pp 455-464, 1995 1995 95/48
Brown GA & Phelps PJ. CFDR-diagrid hydraulic analysis using the PHOENICS code. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18, pp 193-203, 1986. 1985 85/29
Brown GA & Scriven J. *** Shell-side hydraulic phenomena in the inlet and outlet regions of the CFDR steam generators. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18, pp 215-224 ,1986. 1985 85/30
Brown GA, Cheng CY, Borgia JA, Rosenthal E & Blaylock J CFD Analysis of flow in a heavy-duty filter Presented at the Second International Conference on Supercomputing in the Automotive Industry, Seville, Spain, October 25-28 1988 1988 88/27
Brunet M & Lise J A moving mesh model for the prediction of hydrodynamic viscous force acting on oscillating bodies (eg cylinders). Presented at the 5th International PHOENICS User Conference, Nice, September 1992. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 6, No 4 1993, pp 385-407 1992 92/44
Bruzzone D & Caprino G. An application of the numerical techniques to predict the flow for hull from design. Int. Symposium on Advanced Research for Ships and Shipping in the Nineties, Genoa, Italy, October 1987. 1987 87/14
Bruzzone D & Caprino G. La scia Tridimensionale di carena attraverso una soluzione combinata strato limite sottile ed equazioni ellitiche di Reynolds. Nav 86 Palermo, Italy, October 1987, Italian text. 1987 87/15
Bui RT, Ouellet R & Kocaefe D A two-phase flow model of the stirring of AL-SiC composite melt Metallurgical and Materials Transactions, 25B, pp 607-618, 1994 1994 94/59
Bui RT, Simard G, Charette A, Kocaefe Y & Perron J Mathematical modeling of the rotary coke calcining kiln Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, September 1994 1994 94/61
Bui RT, Simard G, Kocaefe Y, Charett A, Lacroix M, Jain S, Perron J, Proulx A & Barr P. 3d-simulation of the thermal performance of a coke calcining kiln. Internal Report. (Bui) University of Quebec, Dept. of Scientific Applications, 1991. 1991 91/52
Bukhari KM Temperature distribution in a nuclear fuel channel by using the computer code PHOENICS. Presented at the 1st ICHMT Numerical Heat Transfer Conference Guildford Surrey, July 22-26 1991. 1991 91/62
Burdette SR, Coates PJ, Armstrong RC & Brown RA Calculations of viscoelastic flow through an axisymmetric corrugated tube using the explicity elliptic momentum equation formulation (EEME). Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 33 1989, 1-23 Elsevier Science Publishers BV Amsterdam 1989 89/67
Burke PD & Burgess J *** A coupled gas and solid flow, heat transfer and chemical reaction rate model for the ironmaking blast furnace. 1989 Ironmaking Conference Proceedings 1989 89/45
Burman J Simulation of the boundary layer in a neutrally stratified atmosphere using PHOENICS The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 2, pp 105-138, 1995 1995 95/37
Buxton A, Barozzi GS, Belyavin AJ & Davies TW A CFD study of heat transfer mechanisms in liquid cooled garments Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994. 1994 94/29
Campbell DJ & Blair GP. The design of small capacity two-stroke engines to obtain good power and low emissions characteristics CVI Berichte NR. 875, pp 239-260, 1991 1991 91/87
Caprino G & Traverso A Progress in Multiblock technique for flow calculation around ship hull with PHOENICS. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp 53-80, 1992. 1992 92/4
Carey C, Gilchrist AD & Yilmaz T Laminar natural convection in a vertical channel Presented at the 3rd International Conference on Laser Anemometry. Advances and Applications. Organised by UK and Dutch LDA Users Groups. ASME 1989 89/58
Carey C, Scanlon TJ & Fraser SM SUCCA a new scheme to reduce the effects of multi-dimensional false diffusion. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 5 No 2, pp 134-174 1992 92/15
Carey C, Scanlon TJ & Fraser SM SUCCA an alternative scheme to reduce the effects of multidimensional false diffusion. Published in the Appl. Math. Modelling Journal, May 1993, Vol. 17, pp 263-270 1993 93/28
Cartwright R, Ilegbusi OJ & Szekely J A comparison of order-of-magnitude and numerical analysis of flow phenomena in czochralski and magnetic czochralski systems Journal of Crystal Growth 94 1989, pp 321-333. Published by Elsevier Science Publishers BV 1989 89/48
Casterjon A, Ramos E & Lopez de Haro M Multiple solutions in benard convection Proceedings of the Conference on Synergetics, Order and Chaos 13-17 October 1987, Madrid, Spain. Published World Scientific 1989 1989 89/8
Castillejos AH, Acosta FA & Almanza JM Metal filtration with a new ceramic porous medium: CEFILB In 'Light Metals 1992', ed. Euel R Cutshall, 1992 1992 92/67
Castillejos AH, Acosta FA, Escobedo JC & Flores A Fluid flow and particle trajectories inside ceramic filters used for molten metal cleanliness The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10 No. 1, pp 27-56, 1997 1997 97/3
Castrejon A & Andrews MJ. *** A procedure for calculating moving interface flows with PHOENICS-84. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference Dartford, Kent. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18 pp 433-444,1986. 1985 85/18
Castrejon A & Spalding DB An experimental and theoretical study of transient free-convection flow between horizontal concentric cylinders. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 31 No 2, pp 273-284 1988 88/2
Castrejon A. The pioneering use of PHOENICS in Mexico. Proceedings of the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. 1987 87/60
Chadha PK & Malin MR Modelling of two-phase flow inside geothermal wells. Appl. Math. Modelling, May 1993, Vol. 17, 1991 91/73
Chadha PK, Malin MR & Palacio-Perez A. Modelling of two-phase flow inside vertical geothermal wells. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp 421-465, 1991. 1991 91/4
Chang BH & Mills AF Computation of heat transfer from impinging turbulent jets The 6th International Symposium on Transport Phenomena in Thermal Engineering, Seoul, Korea, May 9-13, 1993 1993 93/41
Chang BH & Mills AF Turbulent flow in a channel with transverse rib heat transfer augmentation Published in The International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer Vol. 36 No. 6, pp1459-1469, 1993 1993 93/40
Chang BH & Mills AF. Application of a low-reynolds number turbulence model to flow in a tube with repeated rectangular rib roughness. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp 262-288, 1991. 1991 91/10
Chattree M & Tounsi K. Numerical computations of bottom injected gas in a cryogenic system. Vol. 4, Suppl. 2, pp 120-145 PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications. 1991 91/25
Chauvot JF CFD with PHOENICS at Aerospatiale, Espace and Defense. Presented at the 5th International PHOENICS User Conference, Nice, September 1992. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 6, No 3 1993, pp 309-324 1992 92/42
Chen H-B Turbulent buoyant jets and plumes in flowing ambient environments Series paper 3, Department of Civil Engineering, Aalborg University, Denmark, August 1991 1991 91/86
Chen HB, Larsen T & Petersen O Turbulent buoyant jets in flowing ambients Environmental Hydraulics, vol. 1, pp 97-102 Balkema, Rotterdam 1991 91/82
Chen HB, Petersen O & Larsen T Numerical experiment on turbulent buoyant jets in flowing ambients Proceedings, VIII International Conference on Computational Methods in Water Resources, Venice, Italy 1990 90/68
Chen MM & Faghri A An analysis of the vapour flow and the heat conduction through the liquid-wick and pipe wall in a heat pipe with single or multiple heat sources Presented at ASME/AIChE National Heat Transfer Conference, August 5-9 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA 1989 89/17
Chen Q Prediction of room air motion by Reynolds-stress models Building and Environment, Vol. 31, pp233-244, 1996 1996 96/48
Chen Q & Chao N-T Prediction of buoyant plume and displacement ventilation with different turbulence models Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, INDOOR AIR '96, Vol. 1, pp787-792, Nagoya, Japan, July 22-26, 1996 1996 96/51
Chen Q & Dalhuijsen AJ A design tool for optimal thermal comfort and air quality in a passenger car. Proc. 2nd Int. Conference on Vehicle Comfort, October 14-16 Bologna, Italy. 1992 92/19
Chen Q & Jiang Z Significant questions in predicting room air motion. ASHRAE Vol. 98, Part 1 1992 1992 92/18
Chen Q & Jiang Z. Simulation of a complex air diffuser with CFD technique Proceedings of the 5th International Conference ob Air Distribution in rooms, ROOMVENT '96, Vol. 1, pp227-234, Yokohama, Japan, July 17-19, 1996 1996 96/52
Chen Q, Moser A & Suter P A numerical study of indoor air quality and thermal comfort under six kinds of air diffusion. ASGRAE Vol. 98, Part 1 1992 1992 92/17
Chen Q. Construction of a low-reynolds-number k-e model. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, V 3, No 3, pp 288-329, 1990. 1990 90/21
Choo RTC & Szekely J The possible role of turbulence in weld pool behaviour Submitted to the Welding Journal 1990 90/30
Choo RTC & Szekely J The effects of gas shear stress on marangoni flows in arc welding Submitted to the Welding Journal 1990 90/28
Choo RTC & Szekely J Vaporization kinetics and surface temperature in mutually coupled gas tungsten welding and weldpool Submitted to the Welding Journal 1990 90/29
Chow WK. Design of ventilation system in a big enclosed car park using computational fluid dynamics Architectural Science Review, Vol. 39, pp 141-146, 1996 1996 96/54
Chow WK. Estimation of air temperature induced by a heat source in a compartment with displacement ventilation Journal of Environmental Systems, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp 205-219, 1996 1996 96/55
Christopher DM & Wang BX Marangoni flow around a vapor bubble The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 3, pp 296-310, 1995 1995 95/41
Chyou YP & Pfender E Modeling of plasma jets with superimposed vortex flow. Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing, Vol. 9, No. 2 1989 1989 89/69
Chyou YP & Pfender E Behavior of particulates in thermal plasma flows. Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Proceddings, Vol. 9, No. 1 1989 1989 89/68
Clarkson RJ, Benjamin SF, Jasper TS & Girgis NS. An integrated computational model for the optimisation of monolith catalytic converters Presented at the joint IMechE/SAE Vehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference, Columbus, Ohio, March 1993 1993 93/42
Clegg DB & Richmond AN Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations for initial value problems.
1988 88/53
Collado FJ Separation of chemical species in PHOENICS: application to the single-stage gaseous permeation process. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 7, No 3 1994 pp 73-83 1994 94/21
Collado FJ, Montenegro HS & Choucino MA CFD simulation of in-furnace dry sorbent injection burning low sulphur content coals. Presented at the International Conference on Carbon called Carbon '94, July 1994 in Granada, Spain The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 7, No 2 1994, pp 131-142 1994 94/2
Cooper RK Computational fluid dynamics on a transputer network final report.
1988 88/55
Cooper RK Successive over-relaxation on a transputer network.
1988 88/54
Cox G A field model of fire and its application to nuclear containment problems Proceedings of the CSNI Specialist on Interaction of Fi re and Explosion with Ventilation Systems in Nuclear Facilities, Los Alamos national Laboratory, New Mexico 1983 83/22
Cox G & Kumar S. The mathematical modelling of fire in forced ventilated enclosures. Proceedings of 18th DOE Nuclear Airborne Waste Management and Cleaning Conference, Baltimore, 1984. 1984 84/23
Cox G. The mathematical modelling of fires in enclosures. Proceedings of "Interflam 85" International Conference on Flammability, Guildford UK 1985. 1985 85/11
Cox G. Simulated fires in building by computer - the state of the art. Proceedings of 10th International Association of Forensic Sciences Meeting Oxford, 1984. 1984 84/25
Cox G. Predicting fire spread in buildings by computer. The Post Magazine, March 1984, pp 710-711. 1984 84/21
Cox G. Computing fire spread. Building, September 1984, pp 53. 1984 84/22
Crespo A & Hernandez J Numerical modelling of the flow field in a wind turbine wake Presented at the 3rd Joint ASCE/ASME Mechanics Conference, La Jolla California, July 9-12 1991 1989 89/62
Crespo A, Hernandez J & Luken E Validation of turbulence models of wind turbine wakes Proceedings of Wind Energy Conference, Herning, Denmark 1988 88/10
Crespo A, Manuel F & Hernandez J Numerical modelling of wind turbine wakes Published in Proceedings of European Community Wind Energy Conference, Madrid, Spain 10-14 September 1990 1990 90/35
Critten DL Some new ideas about turbulence. Speculations in Science and Technology, 1993 Vol. 16, No 2, page 93 1993 93/8
Cross M & Markatos NC. Gas injection in ladle processing. Process Metallurgy, Control; 84 Mineral/Mining Processing, Society of Mining Engineers, pp 291-297. 1984 84/1
Curtis WJ. Cooling of the ISIS target. Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Report No RAL 86-014, 1986. 1986 86/3
Cusack BL, Hardie J & Burke PD. Hismelt: 2nd generation direct smelting. Internal report. CRA Ltd. / Klockner Werke. Joint venture HIsmelt Process, 1982/1993. 1991 91/58
Dahl C Numerical modelling of flow and settling in secondary settling tanks. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Civil Engineering, Aalborg University, Denmark. 1993 93/38
Dahl C, Petersen O & Larsen T Development of a numerical model for secondary clarifiers Proceedings, XXIV IAHR Congress, Madrid, Spain 1991 91/83
Dahl C, Larsen T & Petersen O Numerical modelling and measurement in a test secondary settling tank Proceedings, 17th IAWQ Biennial International Conference, Budapest, Hungary. Also published in Water Science Technology, Vol. 30, No. 2, pp 219-228, 1994, Pergamon Press. 1994 94/55
Danckert H, Wersching R & Schockle S Three dimensional calculation of the water flow in a cylinder head Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 1, pp 42-60 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/22
Davies TW & Buxton AC Convective heat exchange between an array of round air jets and an impingement surface The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp 101-115, 1996 1996 96/12
Davies TW & Carter MC Convective heat transfer from a hot rotating cylinder with jet impingement. Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp 81-96, 1998. 1997 97/43
Davies TW & Pratt SJ Convective heat transfer from a pair of contra-rotating cylinders. Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp 12-24, 1998. 1997 97/42
Davis MP, Ludwig JC & Rhodes N. The application of PHOENICS to transonic jets. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18, pp 260-270, 1986. 1985 85/27
Dawes WN Development of a 3D navier stokes solver for application to all types of turbomachinery. Presented at the Gas Turbine and Aeroengine Congress, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 6-9 1988 1988 88/57
Declercq J Studie van het stromingspatroon in een houtverbrandingsketel. (Simulation of the fluid flow in a cold flow model of a wood combustion furnace). Presented at The PHOENICS UK User Meeting, Wimbledon London, May 18th, 1993. 1994 94/11
Declerq J & Dutre W. Second order turbulence simulation including turbulent heat flux modelling from a surface with uniform heat flux and impinging jet Published in Proceedings, International Conference on Turbulent Heat Transfer, San Diego, CA, USA, March 1996 1996 96/36
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Deiters TA & Mudawar I Prediction of three-dimensional cooling rate for a spray quenched aluminium block. Thesis/Purdue University W. Lafayette Indiana, USA 1989 89/54
Delaunay D & Flori J-P Urban dispersion of a tracer gas from a vehicle tunnel: A numerical simulation compared with a field study Presented at Air Pollution 95, September 26-29, Porto-Carras, Greece, 1995 1995 95/24
Delaunay D, Lakehal D & Pierrat D Numerical approach for wind loads prediction on building and structures Proceedings of the Wing Engineering Conference, Guernsey 20-24 September 1993. 1994 94/51
Delaunay D, Lakehal D, Barre C & Sacre C. Numerical and wind-tunnel simulation of gas dispersion around a rectangular building Proceedings, 2nd International Symposium on Computational Wind Engineering, Colorado, USA, August 4-8 1996 1996 96/41
Dempster WM The modelling of flooding in a PWR Downcomer Published in ICone-4, March 1996, New Orleans, USA 1996 96/4
Dierckx T & van den Bulck E Simulation and experimental validation of a small scale premixed natural gas vortex burner The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 2, pp 253-258, 1996 1996 96/20
Dierckx T & van den Bulck E. Simulation and experimental validation of a small scale premixed natural gas vortex burner Proceedings, 15th "Journees d'etudes" of the Belgian Section of the Combustion Institute, Louvain-la neuve, Belgium, May 20-21, 1996 1996 96/37
Dilawari AH & Szelely J Computed results for the deposition rates and transport phenomena for an MOCVD system with a conical rotating substrate. Published in the Journal of Crystal Growth 97, 1989, pp 777-791 North-Holland. 1989 89/74
Dilawari AH & Szelely J A mathematical representation of a modified stagnation flow reactor for MOCVD applications. Published in the Journal of Crystal Growth 108, 1991, pp 491-498 North-Holland. 1991 91/74
Dilawari AH, Szekely J & Daly J Experimental measurements and theoretical predictions for the MOCVD of gallium arsenide using a barrel-type reactor. Published in the Journal of Crystal Growth 102, 1990, pp 635-642 North-Holland. 1990 90/64
Drake S, White M, Felthouse A, Fanderton C & Glanfield S Computational analysis of air and heat flow in electronic systems. Internal report. In order: CHAM, Motorola, Thorn Automation, Northern Telecom Europe 1993 93/2
Drake SN & Pericleous KA Numerical study of solar wall effects for the air movement and temperature distribution in the glass atrium of a building Presented at the Heat and Mass Transfer in Building Material and Structure, ICHMT XXI Symposium, Dubrovnik, September 408 1989 1989 89/43
Drake SN, Pericleous KA & Scheiwiller T. Computational fluid dynamics a mathematical tool to simulate dispersal of airborne pollution. Presented at the International Conference on Environmental Pollution, 1991. 1991 91/1
Drew BC Flow simulations using an unstructured and solution adaptive grid. Presented at the Proceedings Conference of the CFD Society of Canada, Montreal, June 14-15 1993, pp 337-350 1993 93/22
du Toit CG & Kotze JCB Air flow through a louvre and radiator core system. Second National Symposium on Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, 24-27 June 1991. Vereeniging S. Africa 1991 91/47
du Toit CG & Kroger DG. Numerical modelling of recirculation in mechanical-draught heat exchangers. Proceedings of 1st ICHMT Numerical Heat Transfer Conference & Software Show, 22-26 July 1991, Guildford, Surrey, UK. 1991 91/48
du Toit CG, Kitze JCB & du Plessis JP. The modelling of the air flow through a grill and radiator core. FEMSA 90,Proceedings of Finite Element Methods in SA Symposium, Pretoria, SA, 15-17 August 90. 1990 90/19
du Toit CG, von Backstrom TW & Pool CH. The numerical tracking of the canard tip vortices of a missile model. Proceedings of Third South African Aeronautical Engineering Conference, Pretoria, SA, 14-16 August 1991. 1991 91/49
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Duursma RPJ Low Reynolds number model of turbulence and conjugate heat transfer in steel ladles. Presented at the 5th International PHOENICS User Conference, Nice, September 1992. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 6, No 4 1993, pp 452-476 1992 92/43
Duursma RPJ Application of the scalar equation method to mould filling. Summary of a presentation at the 5th Int. PHOENICS User Conference, September 21-25 1992, Nice, France. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6 No. 4 1993, pp 477-480 & Ji-Jvi. 1993 93/17
Dzodzo M Application of rectangular coordinates to the problem of laminar natural convection in enclosures of arbitrary cross-section. Published in the Proceedings of the 1st ICHMT Internati onal Numerical Heat Transfer Conference and Software Show, July 22-26 1991, Guildford, Surrey, pp 1-11, part II 1991 91/78
Eckhardt BD. X-38 cabin condensation study. Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Thermal and Fluids Analysis Workshop Spacecraft Analysis and Design, September 8-11, 1997, at University of Houston-Clear Lake, TX. 1997 97/59
Edler R & Berger P A new nozzle configuration for laser cutting. Internal report. Univ. of Stuttgart, Pfaffenwaldring 43 D 7000 Stuttgart 80, Germany. Published 22 August 1991 1991 91/76
Edwards JP, Glynn DR & Tatchell DG. Flow and blade loading in centrifugal impellers. Proceedings of 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent. Lecture Notes in Engineering 18, pp 302-317 1986. 1985 85/14
Eichert P, Imbert M & Coddet C Calculation of a plasma jet using PHOENICS. Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 8, No 1 1995 pp 29-50 1994 94/41
Eiseman P Adaptive grid generation. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 64 (1987) pp 321-376. 1987 87/77
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Elghobashi S Particle-laden turbulent flows: direct simulation and closure models. Applied Scientific Research 48, 301-314, 1991 1991 91/68
Elghobashi SE & Truesdell GC On the interaction between solid particles and decaying turbulence. 8th Symposium on Turbulent Shear Flows. Technical University of Munich, September 9-11, 1991. 1991 91/66
Embacher E. Transient surface-tension driven convection in a square cavity. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp 27-50. 1991 91/8
Emslie SV. The role of cfd modelling in design for safety and environmental management.
1991 91/54
Endoh K. & Sagisaka M. Simulation for the diffusion of high density gas around blocks The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp 308-325, 1996 1996 96/26
Enright PG, Ludwig JC, Rogers S & Katgerman L. Mixing and solidification of a turbulent liquid metal jet. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18, pp 397-407, 1986. 1985 85/31
Ernola P, Hupa M, Kkaldman L & Oksanen P Detailed modelling of NOx emissions in fuel staging 9th Members Conference of the International Flame Research 24-26 May 1989 1989 89/6
Esmali E, Bijlani C, Shimura K, Prasad V & Minatsuki I Analytical evaluation of natural convective cooling of clear reactor enclosure structure Collected Papers in the Heat Transfer 1989 HTD, Vol. 123 1989 89/55
Everett MG, Finney RD & Markatos NC On the computer simulation of aeration of polluted water ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Miami Florida, USA 1985 85/7
Everett MG, Finney RD & Markatos NC. Computer simulation of flow in aeration basins . Thames Polytechnic, School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computing, Technical Report. 1984 84/14
Faghri A & Parvani S Numerical analysis of laminar flow in a double-walled annular heat pipe Published by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 1988 88/37
Faghri A, Chen MM & Mahefkey ET Simultaneous axial conduction in the fluid and the pipe wall for forced convective laminar flow with blowing and suction at the wall International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer Vol. 32, No 2, pp 281-288 1989. Published by Pergamon Press 1989 89/18
Fahlgren M & Hahn T Numerical simulations and LDA measurements of Newtonian and non-Newtonian jet flow. Proceedings, The 7th European Congress on Mixing, Brugge, 18-20 September 1991. The Royal Flamish Society of Engineers, The Netherlands. 1992 92/66
Fang MTC, Kwan S & Hall W Arc-shock interaction inside a supersonic nozzle IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Vol. 24, No. 1, February 1996 1996 96/24
Fenech K, Cross M & Voller V. A computational framework for modelling the raceway of the iron blast furnace. Presented at the IMACS World Congress Oslo, August 1985. 1985 85/32
Fenech K, Cross M & Voller VR. Numerical modelling of the cohesive zone formation in the iron blast furnace. PCH PhysicoChemical Hydrodynamics, Vol. 9, No 1/2, pp 71-83, 1987. 1987 87/16
Filho RM, Nunhez JR & Bezerra VM. Methodology of obtaining CFD results in stirred tank applications Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997 1997 97/38
Fleck B & Dumas G Direct numerical simulation of centrifugal convection flows. Presented at the Proceedings Conference of the CFD Society of Canada, Montreal, June 14-15 1993, pp 401-412 1993 93/27
Flood SC, Kasai K & Katgerman L The modelling of heat and fluid flow in the dc casting of aluminium alloys Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol2, No 2, pp 155-170 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/26
Fraser SM Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) - Is it more than "Colourful Fluid Dynamics"
1997 97/12
Fraser SM & Khater R LDA measurements and CFD simulation of an annular impinging jet. Published in the Laser Anemometry Advances and Applications Journal 1993, SPIE vol. 2052, pp 579-586. 1993 93/33
Fraser SM & Yi Z An interface between experimental data and CFD simulated data. Published in the Laser Anemometry Advances and Applications Journal SPIE vol. 2052, 1993, pp 587-594. 1993 93/31
Fraser SM & Yi Z. Computational investigation of mixed-flow pump impeller flow behaviour under different operation states. Internal report. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, 1991. 1991 91/53
Fraser SM & Zhang T Improved k-e modelling of impeller flow performance of a mixed-flow pump under off-design operating. Published in the Proc Instn Mech Engineers Journal Vol. 207, June 1993, pp 219-229. 1993 93/30
Fraser SM, Carey C & Kowaleski G LDA measurements in submerged nozzle flow Presented at the 3rd International Conference on Laser Anemometry. Advances and Applications Organised by UK and Dutch LDA User Groups 1989 89/59
Fraser SM, Carey C & Moustafa AAA Numerical and experimental analysis of flow around isolated and shielded cubes Applied Mathematics Modelling 1991, Vol. 14. Published y Butterworth-Heinemann 1990 90/27
Freeman DJ & Spalding DB The multi-fluid turbulent combustion model and its application to simulation of gas explosions The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 3, pp 255-295, 1995 1995 95/40
Freeman DJ & Spalding DB Structural forces induced by gas explosions in offshore oil platforms Proceedings, 'Application of Fluid Dynamics in the Safe Design of Topsides and Superstructures', The Institute of Marine Engineers, London, 26 February 1997 1997 97/9
Friebel WC Numerische simulation von kingwirbein. VDI-Verlag Reihe 7: Stromungstechnik NR136 (German Text) 1988 88/11
Friebel WC & Rath HJ. The formation and behaviour of laminar vortex rings. Proceedings of the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. 1987 87/56
Fritsching U & Bauckhage K Modelling the spray cone behaviour in the metal spray forming process The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 1, pp 68-90, 1995 1995 95/35
Fueyo N & Gambon V An Eulerian-Eulerian model of coal combustion for the simulation of utility boilers Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp 123-149, 1997. 1997 97/19
Fueyo N, Ballester J & Dopazo C The computation of particle size in Eulerian-Eulerian models of coal combustion International Journal of Multiphase Flow Vol. 23 No. 3, pp 607-612, 1997 1997 97/13
Fueyo N, Gambon V, Ballester J, Dopazo C & Gonzalez JF Numerical simulation of an arch-fired coal-boiler using an Eulerian-Eulerian model. Fourth International Conference on Technologies and Combustion for a clean Environment, Lisbon, Portugal, July 1997 1997 97/14
Fueyo N, Larroya JC, Valino L & Dopazo C A combined CFD-MonteCarlo method for the solution of the scalar PDF equation in turbulent reaction The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp 116-138, 1996 1996 96/13
Fueyo N. ParabPlot: PHOTON graphics for parabolic runs. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 3, No 1, pp 58-86, 1990. 1990 90/3
Fukuda S & Suzuki H. *** Natural convection analysis of nuclear fuel shipping cask. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 184-192 1986 Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. 1985 85/34
Fukuyama Y, Nakajima S & Ohte S The application of PHOENICS to semi-conductor production process Proceedings on the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 4, pp 488-507 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/42
Fuller L, Trammel R, Harshburger E, Kaler M, Tingle P, Rizk T & Kosvic T Impact of secondary air distribution on NOx generation rate in large utility boilers Proceedings, EPRI/EPA Joint Symposium on Stationary Combustion NOx Control, 1995 1995 95/9
Fung MTR Numerical computation of buoyancy-dominated heated upward gas flow along an artificial-rough cylinder at moderate Reynolds numbers. Heat Transfer 3rd UK National Conference Incorporating 1st European Conference on Thermal Sciences, Vol. 1. 1992 92/53
Fung MTR Numerical solution for natural convection flow in the feedwater and decay heat penetrations of an advanced gas-cooled reactor. Published by NNC Ltd., Warrington, Cheshire 1989 89/63
Fung MTR & Hornby RP Natural convection - friend or foe? Case studies from AGR design and safety thermal hydraulics. Published by NNC Ltd., Warrington, Cheshire 1990 90/47
Fung MTR & Hornby RP Computation of buoyancy-influenced gas flow in the advanced gas-cooled reactor boiler annulus. Published by NNC Ltd., Warrington Cheshire 1990 90/45
Fung MTR & Hornby RP A PHOENICS model for the prediction of the discharge time of boric acid from the emergency boration system of sizewell 'B' PWR The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 7, No 3 1994 pp 1-13. 1994 94/17
Fung MTR & Hornby RP Numerical modelling of conjugate heat transfer in an advanced gas-cooled reactor fuel standpipe. Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Mathematics in Industry. August 28-31, Glasgow. 1988 88/45
Fureby C, Moller S-I & Lundgren E Large eddy simulation of combustion Lund Report on Combustion Physics LRCP-13, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden, 1994 1994 94/66
Gadepalli P & Rahman MM. Conjugate mixed convective heat transfer in electronic equipment. Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida 33620-5350, USA. 1995 95/63
Gadepalli P & Rahman MM. Computation of three-dimensional mixed convective boundary layer flow. Proceedings of NASA Sixth Annual Thermal and Fluid Analysis Workshop, Cleveland, Ohio, August 15-19, 1994. 1994 94/76
Gadilhe AY & Fleury BA Wind pressure coefficients: a comparison between PHOENICS and wind tunnel results Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 2, pp 183-201 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/28
Galea ER & Markatos NC. Prediction of fire development in aircraft . Thames Polytechnic. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM. 1987 87/47
Galea ER & Markatos NC. The mathematical modelling and computer simulation of fire development in aircraft. International Journal Heat Mass Transfer Vol. 34, No 1, pp 181-197, 1991. 1991 91/5
Garcia J & Crespo A A model of turbulent two-phase flashing jets Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, N0. 3, pp 275-286, 1997. 1997 97/33
Gardin P Heat transfer on a moving strip by impinging jets The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 2, pp 278-292, 1996 1996 96/22
Garza RG **** A mathematical model of the high velocity oxygen fuel thermal spraying gun. Submitted to the Department of Materials Science and Engineering in partial fulfillment for the degree of Masters of Science in Materials Engineering at the Massachusetts Inst. of Technology, USA. 1993 93/37
Gevers C, Gardin P, Galpin JM & Regnier MC Electromagnetic brake influence on molten steel flow and inclusion behaviour in a continuous casting mould Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994 1994 94/40
Ghiaus AG, Margaris DP & Papanikas DG. Improvement of dried products quality by flow manipulation techniques. Proceedings of 2nd Trabzon International Energy and Environment Symposium, Trabzon, Turkey, August 1998. 1998 98/04
Gidhagen L & Rahm L. Water exchange and dispersion modelling in coastal regions: a method study. SMHI Vatten 46: 7-17 Lund, Sweden,1990. 1990 90/15
Gidhagen L, Nyberg L & Rahm L. A framework for a coastal dispersion model. Marine Inv Research - Sweden. 1990 90/16
Gidhagen L, Nyberg L & Svensson U A model system for marine circulation studies. part a: basic principals and comparisons with analytical solutions & part b: applications to the Baltic system Computer Aided Fluid Engineering Sweden. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM 1987 87/48
Gidhagen L, Rahm L & Nyberg L Lagrangian modelling of dispersion, sedimentation and re-suspension processes in marine environments SMHI. Deutsche Hydrograph Zeitschrift. 1989 89/57
Glynn DR & Edwards JP. Numerical prediction of flow over an idealised car body . The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, V 3, No 2, pp 125-158, 1990. 1990 90/11
Glynn DR & Kalsi HS. Numerical prediction of flow in a fluidic oscillator . Proceedings of 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. 1987 87/52
Glynn DR & Rawnsley SM. Vortex generation around an aerofoil in a boundary layer on a flat plate. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference Dartford, Kent. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18 pp 458-470,1986. 1985 85/17
Glynn DR & Rawnsley SM. Numerical prediction of a horseshoe vortex. Advances in Underwater Technology, Ocean Science and Offshore Engineering, Vol. 15, Technology Common to Aero and Marine Engineering, 1988. 1988 88/1
Glynn DR, Eckford DC & Pope CW Smoke concentrations and air temperatures generated by a fire on a train in a tunnel The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp 157-168, 1996 1996 96/15
Glynn DR, Jal EN & Milford CM. Powerful computing systems for fluid flow applications. Biomass for Energy and Industry, 5th Edition EC Conference, Naples, Italy, 1988. 1988 88/7
Glynn DR, Kirkcaldy D & Rhodes N. Prediction of reflooding in single channels and partially-blocked rod bundles. Proceedings of 5th International Conference on Nuclear Reactor Safety, Karlsruhe, September 84. 1984 84/15
Glynn DR, Ludwig JC & Rhodes N. Prediction of the three-dimensional flow over an aircraft afterbody. Presented at the AEROTECH 87 Conference (IMECHE) Birmingham, October 1987. 1987 87/10
Glynn DR, Rhodes N & Tatchell DG. Numerical modelling of reflood processes. Proceedings of Conference on Heat and Fluid Flow in Nuclear and Process Plant Safety, Institute of Mechanical Engineering. 1983 83/3
Gollner A, Pfeiler A, Mindt H-W & Megahed M Optimising solar energy utilisation in buildings using numerical techniques - Heat utilisation in atriums. Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997 and The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp. 451-460, 1997. 1997 97/53
Gopinath A & Mills AF Effects of variable fluid properties and side wall conduction coupled with radiation on convective heat transfer due to acoustic streaming in a kundt tube. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 5 No 4 1992 92/45
Gopinath A & Mills AF Convective heat transfer due to acoustic streaming across the ends of a Kundt tube Published in The Journal of Heat Transfer Vol. 116, pp47-53, 1994 1994 94/71
Gopinath A & Mills AF Convective Heat Transfer due to Acoustic Streaming across the ends of a kundt tube. Internal report. Dept. of Mechanics, Aerospace and clear Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles, California USA 1992 92/46
Gouvalias GS & Markatos NC Mathematical modeling of heat and mass transfer in packed bed adsorbers/regenerators Published in the AIChE Journal, November 1993 Vol. 39, No. 11 1994 94/49
Greaves JRA. The development of the 3-dimensional motor vehicle aerodynamics computer model and its application to the Rover 800 shape. Gaydon Technology Limited, Warwickshire. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM. 1987 87/40
Green SR Modelling turbulent air flow in a stand of widely-spaced trees. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 5 No 3, pp 294-312 1992 92/9
Green SR & Clothier BE Simulating water and chemical movement into unsaturated soils. The PHOENICS Journal of Computation Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 7 No. 1 1994, pp 76-92. 1993 93/13
Gregory-Smith DG & Hawkins MJ Modelling an axisymmetric curved wall jet with application to the coanda flare Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 1, pp 1-20 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/20
Grevskott S & Svendsen HF. The effect of superficial gas velocity and initial turbulence level on radial phase distribution in bubble columns The AIChE Annual Meeting, Miami, November 1995 1995 95/19
Grevskott S, Sannaes BH, Dudukovic MP, Hjarbo KW & Svendsen HF. Liquid distribution, bubble size distributions and solids movement in two- and three-phase bubble columns Chemical Engineering Science, vol. 51 No. 10, pp 1703-1713, 1996, and ISCRE 14 Conference, May 1996, Brugge, Belgium. 1996 96/40
Grundberg S Simulation of the surface layer of a stratified atmosphere using PHOENICS. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 7, No. 1 1994, pp 8-33. 1993 93/12
Guimaraes FMQ & Rubiao LEG Solving multiphase liquid flow problems with PHOENICS; Case studies Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp262-274, 1997. 1997 97/29
Gustafsson P Measurements and magnetic flow control of magnetite ore flow and numerical simulations of granular flow Licentiate thesis, Lulea University of Technology Division of Mining Engineering 1994 94/62
Hadjerioua B, Mobley MH, Hauser GE & Brock WG Modelling of surface water pumps in TVA reservoirs Presented at a meeting of the American Society of Civil Engineers, June 1996 1996 96/2
Haidar NIA Computational modelling of turbulent flow across cavities present on aircraft wings. Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 7, No 4 1994 pp 98-113 1994 94/37
Haidar NIA. Prediction of flow characteristics in 90 o bends. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp 450-468, 1996 1996 96/35
Hall MG Cell-vertex multigrid schemes for solution of the euler equations. Invited paper at Conference of Numerical methods for Fluid Dynamics, 1-4 April 1985, University of Reading. 1985 85/74
Hamad FA, Khan M & Bruun HH A comparison of predicted and experimental phase distribution and turbulence in two-phase flow Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997 1997 97/34
Hamill IS & Malin MR. Turbulence modulation due to the presence of particles. Vol. 4, Suppl. 2, pp 212-225 PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications. 1991 91/26
Hamill IS, Jun L & Waterson N. A model for the simulation of three-dimensional mould-filling processes with complex geometries. Proceedings of the International Conference on Mathematical Modelling of Materials Processing, Bristol, 23-25 33482, 1991. 1991 91/51
Hardie GJ, Cross M, Batterham RJ, Davis MP & Schwartz MP The role of mathematical modelling in the development of the HIsmelt process 10th Process Technology Conference Proceedings, ISS/AIME, 1992 1992 92/64
Hart D & Porter D Computational fluid modelling of a fermenter off-gas cyclonic separator. Proceedings: Vth World Filtration Congress 1990 90/17
Hart M & Singh G Computational methods for the aerodynamic development of large steam turbines IMechE C423/009, 1991 1991 91/85
Hawkins KS & Purslow B. Experimental and theoretical investigations into the thermal hydraulic behaviour of a fast reactor cold pool. Proceedings of 3rd International Conference Liquid Metal Engineering and Technology in Energy Production, Oxford 1984, BNES/ANS/ENS. 1984 84/4
He P & Salcudean M Computation of film cooling of turbine blades. Presented at the Proceedings Conference of the CFD Society of Canada, Montreal, June 14-15 1993, pp 393-400 1993 93/26
He W & Chen Q Three-dimensional and dynamic distributions of temperature and current density in molten carbonate fuel cell stacks Proceedings of the ASME Advanced Energy Systems Division, The 1996 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, ASE-Vol.36, pp 285-293, Atlanta, Georgia, November 17-22, 1996 1996 96/49
He W & Chen Q Three-dimensional and dynamic performance of molten carbonate fuel cell stacks Proceedings of the 1996 Fuel Cell Seminar, pp 406-409, Orlando, Florida, November 17-20, 1996 1996 96/50
Heddle RG. Simulation of flow field in distillation units using PHOENICS. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 3, No 1, pp 110-124, 1990. 1990 90/5
Hemstrom B & Lunstrom A Numerical modelling of the mixing process in the downcomer of a BWR. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No 1, pp 81-99, 1993. 1992 92/25
Hemstrom B & Svensson U. Mathematical simulation of steady three-dimensional flown a steam generator. Presented at the IAHR Congress, Lausanne, Switzerland, 1987. 1987 87/20
Hendricks RC, Tam LT, Braun MJ & Vlcek BL. Evaluation of seals for high-performance cryogenic turbomachinery. NASA Technical Memorandum 88989. Prepared for the XVii Congress of Refrigeration, 1987. 1987 87/2
Heritage JR PHOENICS-CVD: a code for the design and development of chemical vapour deposition equipment and processes Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 7, No 4 1994 pp 165-180 1994 94/38
Hernandez J & Crespo A Numerical modelization of horizontal turbulent jet diffusion flames. 5th International PUC Conference, Nice. Published inThe PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Conference 1992, pre-print papers, Vol. 6, No 2 1993, pp 205-221 & Ei-Exiv 1992 92/61
Hernandez J & Crespo A. Parabolic and elliptic models of wind-turbine wakes. Applications to the interaction between different wakes and turbines. The PHOENICS journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp 104-127, 1991. 1991 91/14
Hernandez J & Crespo A. Wind turbine wakes in the atmospheric surface layer. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, V 3, No 3, pp 330-361, 1990. 1990 90/22
Hernandez J, Zamora B & Campo A Natural convection laminar flows in arrays of vertical parallel plates. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No 2, pp 171-190, 1993. 1992 92/34
Herzau J, Kubik D, Wanninger K, Petrill E, Dene C, Facchiano T, Kosvic T, Rizk T & Hollinden J. Methodology for the selection of low NOx firing alternatives Proceedings, EPRI/EPA Joint Symposium on Stationary Combustion NOx Control, 1995 1995 95/10
Herzau J, Kubik D, Wanninger K, Petrill E, Dene C, Facchiano T, Kosvic T, Rizk T & Hollinden J. Methodology for the selection of low NOx firing alternatives 1995 American Power Conference 1995 95/11
Heydarpour J & Slotta L. Modeling erosion and deposition due to suction and jet flows. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp 421-453, 1991. 1991 91/12
Hibbert SE & Phelps PJ Blast assessment of a jack-up MODU using CFD Proceedings, 'Application of Fluid Dynamics in the Safe Design of Topsides and Superstructures', The Institute of Marine Engineers, London, 26 February 1997 1997 97/8
Hibbert SE, Markatos NC & Voller VR Computer simulation of moving-interface convective, phase-change processes. Published in the Int. J Heat Mass Transfer, Vol. 31, No.9, pp 1785-1795, 1988 1988 88/59
Hirt CW & Nichols BD *** Volume of fluid (VOF) method for the dynamics of free boundaries. Journal of Computational Physics 39, 210-225, 1981 1981 81/8
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Hoffmann N & Markatos NC. Thermal radiation effects on fires in enclosures. Appl. Math, Modelling 1988 Vol. 12, Butterworths. 1988 88/5
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Hu Shih C, Fan NW & Hu Yie-Zu R Optimization of the display case design using numerical models. 9th National Conference on Mechanical Engineering CSME, Koatsiung, November 1992, ROC. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 7, No. 1 1994, pp 1-7. 1994 94/1
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Huang PC A Turbulent Swirling ARC Model and a Two-Fluid Turbulence Model for Thermal Plasma Sprays A thesis submitted to the Faculty board of the Graduate School of the University of Minnesota, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Philosophy 1993 93/16
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Huffman RN. Implementation of a fluid-flow and heat-transfer simulation program. MSc Thesis, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA, USA, 1987. 1987 87/5
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Huhtanen R. Numerical fire modelling of a turbine hall. The Second International Symposium on Fire Safety Science, Tokyo, Japan. Hemisphere Publishers, Washington USA, June 1988. 1988 88/9
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Ilegbusi OJ & Szekely J *** Fluid flow and tracer dispersion in shallow tundishes Steel Research 59 1988, No 9, pp 399-405 1988 88/33
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Jaaskelainen K & Vuorio P Computational analysis of coal combustion in boiler furnaces. Swedish-Finish Flame Days 1943, Gothenburg, September 7-8 1993 1993 93/7
Jacobs GP, Barner HE & Bourhis AL Utilization of PHOENICS in the design of the modar scwo reactor. Presented in session "Reactions in Supercritical Fluids", 1992 Annual AICHE Meeting, Miami Beach, Florida, November 1-6, 1992. 1992 92/62
Jacobsen T A multi-domain method for the simulation of pulverised coal fired multiburner furnaces Proceedings of the 2nd Colloquium on Process Simulation, Espoo, Finland, 6-8 June, 1995 1995 95/3
Jacobsen T A multi domain method for PHOENICS Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 8, No 1 1995 pp 8-28 1994 94/25
Jain SK & Mukerjee T. Multidimensional numerical analysis of port flow in unit fuel injector of diesel engine.
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Jal EN Use of PHOENICS for turbomachinery applications at GEC Alsthom The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp 16-40, 1996 1996 96/7
Jal EN & Tinoco H Mathematical modelling of industrial power condensers with an application to droplet erosion. Internal report. (Jal) CHAM. (Tinoco) Vattenfall Utveckling AB, Sweden. 1993 93/4
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Jambunathan K, Lai E, Hartle SL & Button BL. Development of an intelligent front-end for a computational fluid dynamics pack. 1991 Computational Mechanics Publications Artificial Intelligence in Engineering, Vol. 6, No 1, 1991. 1991 91/50
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Jenne M & Reuss M. Fluid dynamic modelling and simulation of gas-liquid flow in baffled stirred tank reactors. Mixing IX, Recent Advances in Mixing, Paris-Marne La Vallee 1997, Vol.11,1997, Lavoisier Technique et Documentation Paris, pp 201-208. 1997 97/63
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Jensen KF Flow phenomena in chemical vapor deposition of thin films. Annu. Rev. Fluid Mech. 1991, 23. 197-232. 1991 91/69
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Johansen C, Larsen T & Petersen O Experiments on erosion of mud from the Danish Walden Sea Proceedings, 4th Nearshore and Estuarine Cohesive Sediment Transport Conference, Wallingford, UK 1994 94/56
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Jureidini RH, Malin MR, Lord MJ & Yau KK. A three-dimensional model for power condenser design. Presented at the 4th International PHOENICS User Conference, Miami, Florida April 1991. 1991 91/24
Kabiri K. Deicing simulation of the windshield. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp 412-423, 1996 1996 96/32
Kannapel MD, Przekwas AJ & Singhal AK. *** Two-phase flow analysis for the pressure slump problem of space shuttle's oxygen tank. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 271-288, 1986. 1985 85/35
Kannapel MD, Przekwas AJ, Singhal AK & Costes NC. Liquid oxygen sloshing in space shuttle external tank. Proceedings of AIAA/SAE/ASME/ASEE 23rd Joint Propulsion Conference, June 29 - July 2 1987, San Diego, California. 1987 87/64
Karagiozis, Achilles N & Hamlin T Application of the wallfem computer model for hygrothermal analysis of high rise construction basement. Presented at the Proceedings Conference of the CFD Society of Canada, Montreal, June 14-15 1993, pp 205-220 1993 93/18
Karayannis A New PHOENICS-CAD interface Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994. 1994 94/26
Karayannis A, Panagopoulos J & Koras A. Prediction of wind patterns in an urban environment. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp 097-102,1998. 1998 98/01
Karayannis AN & Markatos NC Mathematical modelling of heat exchangers Presented at the 10th Int. Heat Transfer Conf.. Brighton August 14-18 1994. 1994 94/47
Karni J, Kribus A, Rubin R, Sagie D, Doron P& Fiterman A The DIAPR: A high pressure, high temperature solar receiver International Solar Energy Conference, Lahaina, Hawaii, March 1995 1995 95/31
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Karvinen R, Ahlstedt H, Oksanen A & Siiskonen P The role of numerical simulation of combustion in the design of environmentally sound combustion equipment. (Paper not available for distribution) 1991 International Symposium on Energy and Environment. August 25-28 1991. Espoo Finland 1991 91/45
Karvinen R, Siiskonen P & Hyoty P Role of combustion simulation during the operation and in the design of a modern recovery boiler. Math. Modelling of Process in Energy Systems. Sarajevo March 20-24. Published by Hemisphere Publ. Corp. 1990 90/37
Karvinen R, Siiskonen P & Hyoty P The effect of black liquor dry solids content on recovery boiler furnace behaviour. Tappi Journal. In print 1991 91/43
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Katinas V, Vaitiekunas P & Zukauskas A. Experimental and numerical study of three-dimensional turbulent flow over a rectangular prism. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol 11. No. 2. pp 187-197, 1998 1998 98/07
Katsaounis A, Papanikas DG, Fertis DK & Margaris DP Dynamic T-junction separator for multiphase transport pipelines. Proceedings of 4th World Conference on Experimental Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Brussels June 2-6 1997 Vol.2, pp1045-1052 1997 97/61
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Kawamura T and Kuwahara K (Univ. of Tokyo and Institute of Computation of High Reynolds Number Flow around a Circular Cylinder with Surface Roughness Space/Astronautical Science, Tokyo) Presented at AAIA 22nd Aerospace Sciences Meeting January 9-12 1984, Reno Nevada 1984 84/28
Kawato T, Ikeda T, Tsujitani M & Nishioka T Research on friction factor of duct (second report); the duct friction factor about duct penetration materials Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997 1997 97/28
Keeton LW, Habchi SD, Singhal AK & Srikantiah G Thermal hydraulic analysis/data comparisons of two -tube steam generators using the ATHOS3 code. Presented at the ASME Winter Annual Meeting Anaheim California 1986 1986 86/18
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Kelkar KM, Choudhury D & Ambrosi M Numerical method for the computation of conjugate heat transfer in nonorthogonal boundary-fitted coordinates. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, vol. 20, pp 25-40, 1991 1991 91/70
Kenbar AMA, Beltagui SA & Maccallum NRL Modelling the combustion aerodynamics for a peripheral fuel-injection flame. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp 286-308, 1993. 1992 92/35
Kenworthy G, Smith EPR & Hulme G Intermediate plenum and mixed convection flows. Internal report. (Kenworthy and Hulme) NNC Ltd., Warrington, Cheshire. (Smith) UKAEA UK. 1992 92/52
Keogh JV, Hardie GJ & Philp DK. HIsmelt process advances to 100,000 t/y plant . Internal report on the Hismelt Process, HIsmelt Co Pty Ltd. / CRA Ltd. / Klockner Werke, 1981. 1991 91/57
Kersch A RTP reactor simulations The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 4, pp 500-511, 1995 1995 95/51
Kersch A Radiative heat transfer modelling The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 4, pp 421-438, 1995 1995 95/46
Khrupov AP & Zhubrin SV Natural convection in square and partitioned enclosures. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 7, No.1, pp 93-106, 1994. 1991 91/63
Khrupov AP & Zhubrin SV Dispersion of gas in a town (in Russian) Published in The Journal of Theoretical and Applied Science Vol. 3, 1995 1995 95/56
Kier SC & Lavin JT Computer simulation of gas distribution in large shallow packed adsorbers. BOC Cryoplants Limited UK, 1988 1988 88/12
Kim JY, Lai MC, Li P & Chui G. Modeling diffuser-monolith flows and their implications for automotive catalytic converter design. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 5, No 2, pp 101-133, 1992. 1992 92/14
Kim S & Mills AF Low Reynolds number performance of a model perforated plate heat exchanger matrix Proceedings, 10th International Heat Transfer Conference, Brighton, August 1994. 1994 94/70
Kim S & Mills AF. Modeling of perforated plate heat exchangers. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4 No. 1, pp 1-26, 1991. 1991 91/11
King RC, Apellian MR, Armstrong RC & Brown RA Numerically stable finite element techniques for viscoelastic calculations in smooth and singular geometries. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 29 (1988), pp 147-216, Elsevier Science BV Amsterdam. 1988 88/48
Kinoshita K. Crystal growth of Pb(l-x)Sn(x)Te by a physical vapour transport method in microgravity - computer simulation - The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp 343-353, 1996 1996 96/28
Kirkcaldy D, Phelps PJ & Rhodes N. Prediction of fluid behaviour during reactor transient analysis using coupled 1D and 3D models. Proc. Int. Symposium and Workshop, Schilersee, West Germany, October 1987. 1987 87/21
Kirkcaldy D, Phelps PJ & van Essen D. PHOENICS code thermal hydraulic analysis of the snr-300hx. Presented at the ASME Winter Annual Meeting Miami, 31352, Nov. 1985. 1985 85/23
Kirts RE & Kodres CA *** Perturbations in atmospheric density caused by high rise buildings and their effect on astronomical observations - a case study Proceedings of Building Simulation 1989, pp 279-284. Published by the US Government 1989 89/19
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Kjaldman L Numerical simulation of combustion and nitrogen pollutants in furnaces Dissertation, Technical Research Centre of Finland, VTT Publications 159. 1995 95/6
Kjaldman L Modelling of peat dust combustion Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 1, pp 88-137 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/24
Kjaldman L & Huhtanen R. Simulation of flame acceleration in unconfined vapour cloud explosions. Technical Research Center of Finland, Research Report 357 August 1985. 1985 85/60
Kjaldman L & Huhtanen R. *** Numerical simulation of vapour cloud and dust explosions. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 148-158, 1986. 1985 85/48
Kjaldman L. Numerical simulation of dust explosions. Technical Research Centre of Finland. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM. 1987 87/41
Kjaldmann L & Jacobson T A PHOENICS based computation environment for boiler furnace simulations. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp 100-117, 1993. 1992 92/26
Kleijn CR & Kuijlaars KJ The modelling of transport phenomena in CVD reactors The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 4, pp 404-420, 1995 1995 95/45
Kler SC & Lavin JT Simulation of flow on distillation trays BOC Cryoplants Limited, UK 1988 1988 88/13
Klose G Investigation of the capabilities of standard and modified k-e models to predict the flow field behind two-dimensional multiple channels Report A5, Tampere University of Technology Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tampere, Finland 1994 94/64
Kluck J Design of storm water settling tanks for combined sewer overflows Proceedings, 7th International Conference on Urban Storm Water Drainage, Hannover, September 1996 1996 96/66
Knudsen M The mixing processes in aeration tanks in waste water treatment plants modelled with PHOENICS Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp250-261, 1997. 1997 97/50
Kobos AM & Read CM. Improvements in PHOENICS performance on supercomputers. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp 333-361, 1991. 1991 91/19
Kocaefe D, Bui RT & Provencher R One-phase model for stirring solid-liquid mixtures Symposium on Recent Developments in Light Metals, 33rd Conference of Metallurgists, CIM, Toronto, pp49-60, 1994 1994 94/60
Koh PTL, Markatos NC & Cross M. Numerical simulation of gas-stirred liquid baths with a surface. Proceedings of PCH 6th International Conference, Oxford. PCH Vol. 9, No 1/2, pp 197-208, Pergamon Press, 1987. 1987 87/25
Kokkalis A, Wardle MH & Wilson FT PHOENICS applications at Westland helicopters Ltd. Presented at The PHOENICS UK User Meeting, Wimbledon London, May 18th, 1993. 1993 93/34
Kopmels M & Smith AG. Predicting the flowfield in the annular gap between concentric rotor and stator combinations at high Reynolds numbers. PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, Suppl.2, pp 163-195, 1991. 1991 91/31
Korolyova IB, Niculin DA & Strelets M Kh Numerical simulation of 2-d and 3-d non-steady turbulent gas mixture flows with large density gradients in ventilation systems. Published in the Proceedings of the 1st ICHMT International Numerical Heat Transfer Conference and Software Show, July 22-26 1991, Guildford, Sy, pp 66-75, part I 1991 91/79
Kostamis P, Richards CW & Markatos NC. *** Numerical modelling of radiation phenomena in two-phase flows. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 386-396 1986.Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. 1985 85/36
Kostamis P, Richards CW & Markatos NC. Numerical simulation of two-phase flows with chemical reaction and radiation. Proceedings of PCH 6th International Conference, Oxford. PCH Vol. 9, No 1/2, pp 219-228, Pergamon Press, 1987. 1987 87/26
Kravchik & Sher E A PHOENICS model of spark ignition development and flame propagation in internal combustion engine. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 2 , pp 118-143 & Bi-Bxviii, 1993. 1992 92/30
Kravchik T & Sher E Numerical modelling os spark ignition and flame initiation in a quiescent methane-air mixture Combustion and Flame 99, pp 635-643, 1994 1994 94/65
Kravchik T, Sher E & Heywood JB From spark ignition to flame initiation Combustion Science and Technology 108, pp1-30, 1995 1995 95/25
Kribus A, Fiterman A, Doron P, Karni J & Agranat V Energy transport in a DIAPR-type receiver 7th International Symposium on Solar Thermal Concentrating Technologies, Moscow, September 1994 1994 94/68
Krukovsky PG Concerning a possibilty of solution of inverse and optimisation heat transfer and fluid-flow problems using PHOENICS and Software-FRIEND The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 4, pp 516-532, 1996 1996 96/60
Kuijlaars KJ, Kleijn CR & van den Akker HEA Modelling of gas-phase and surface chemistry in PHOENICS-CVD The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 4, pp 439-454, 1995 1995 95/47
Kuijlaars KJ, Kleijn CR & van den Akker HEA Modelling of a cold wall tungsten CVD reactor: Validation of PHOENICS-CVD The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 4, pp 465-490, 1995 1995 95/49
Kuijlaars KJ, Kleijn CR & van den Akker HEA. Transient simulations of selective chemical vapour deposition of tungsten using PHOENICS-CVD. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp 391-404,1997. 1997 97/57
Kumar C, Kumaran G & Ranade VV. Fluid dynamic modelling of standard and slotted orifice flow meters
1996 96/45
Kumar S & Cox G Mathematical modelling of fires in road tunnels 5th International Symposium on the Aerodynamics and Ventilation of Vehicle Tunnels, Lille, France 1985 85/10
Kumar S & Cox G. The application of a nuclear field model of smoke movement to the physical scaling of compartment fires. Numerical Methods in Thermal Problems, pp 837 Editors: Lewis, Johnson and Smith Pineridge Press,1984. 1984 84/24
Kumar S, Hoffman N & Cox G *** Some validation of jasmine for fire in hospital wards. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. Proceedings publication Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 159-170, 1986. 1985 85/64
Lahey RT The analysis of phase separation and phase distribution phenomena using two-fluid models Nuclear Engineering and Design 122, pp 17-40. Elsevier Publishers BV 1990 90/39
Lai MC, Kim JY, Cheng CY, Li P, Chui G & Pakko JD. A numerical study of automotive catalytic converter internal flows. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp 189-230, 1991. 1991 91/17
Lakehal D, Barre C & Sacre C International symposium on turbulence, heat and mass transfer simulation of turbulent flows around 3d structures with complex geometries. Presented at the International Symposium on Turbulence Heat and Mass Transfer, Libson Portugal, August 9-12 1994 1994 94/50
Lamers APGG Influence of temperature dependent viscosity on laminar diffusion flames Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 2, pp 138-154 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/25
Lamers APGG & van de Velde R Air flow patterns in ventilated rooms Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 2, pp 219-238 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/30
Langsholt M & Thomassen D. The computation of turbulent flow through pipe fittings and the decay of the disturbed flow in a downstream engine cylinder transfer passage. Flow Mea. Instrum. Vol. 2 January 1991, pp 45-55. Published by Butterworth-Heinemann Limited. 1991 91/59
Langsholt M, Thomassen D & Wilcox P Installation effects on flow metering Published by National Engineering Laboratory, Glasgow 22nd October 1990 (ISBN 0 903640 279) 1990 90/44
Lansholt M & Thomassen D Computer modelling of fluid flow through orifices. Presented at the International Conference on Flow Measurement in the Mid 80's, June 1986. 1986 86/9
Larsen R, Petersen O & Chen HB. Numerical experiment on turbulent jets in flowing ambients. Presented at the VIII International Conference on Computational Methods in Water Resources, Venice Italy, 11-15 June 1990. 1990 90/13
Larsson R Implementation of an algebraic stress model for turbulence generated secondary currents PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 1, No 4, pp 459-481. Published by CHAM 1989 89/14
Larsson R Coriolis generated secondary currents and their effects on turbulent channel flow WREL Report Series A No 143, 1986. 1986 86/6
Larsson R. *** Coriolis induced secondary currents in channels. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 97-107 1986, Springer-Verlag. 1985 85/52
Larsson R. Coriolis generated secondary currents in channels. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering Vol. 112 No 8, pp 750-767, August 1986. 1986 86/15
Larsson R. Lateral mixing in channels due to secondary currents. Nordic Hydrological Conference, Rejkavik, Iceland, 31625, 1987. 1987 87/3
Larsson R. Secondary currents in channels generated by the earth's rotation. WREL Research Report Series A No 134, 1985. 1985 85/59
Lawrence SP *** Turbulence modelling in naturally convecting fluids. Published by Culham Laboratory, Abingdon, Oxford (Ref CLM - R292) 1989 89/70
Lee D-B Numerical simulation of oblique shock wave/turbulent boundary layer with wall heat transfer Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp 179-193, 1997. 1997 97/22
Lee D-B. Numerical computation of oblique-shock-wave/turbulent-boundary-layer interaction The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp 354-377, 1996 1996 96/29
Leefe SE, Edwards RJ, Tansley GD & Gentle CR. Investigation into leakage design in prosthetic heart valves. Proceedings 26th Annual Scientific Conference of the Biological Engineering Society, Glasgow, 1986. 1986 86/23
Leitner A Flow computation for high altitude simulation test facility. RAFAEL-ADA 24th Israel Conference on Mechanical Enginee ring, Technion-Haifa, Israel 1990 90/40
Leitner A Analysis of fluid flow in the nozzle of IN thruster: comparison between the codes: PHOENICS abd VNAP2 rafael-ADA. 22nd Israel Conference on Mechanical Engineering, Beer- Sheva, June 1988. (Written in Hebrew) 1988 88/44
Leitner A Flow computation for high altitude simulation test facility. Heat and Mass Transfer Group, RAFAEL Haifa, Israel 1992 92/47
Lerotheou CS & Galea ER Fire field modelling in a parallel computing environment: an initial study. Published in the Proceedings of the 1st ICHMT International Numerical Heat Transfer Conference and Software Show, July 22-26 1991, Guildford, Sy, pp 90-99, part II 1991 91/81
Liao G & Beale SB Computer simulation of the misting of eye protectors HSE Contract Research Report No. 4. 1987 87/74
Liao G & Beale SB. Computer simulation of the leakage of filtering facepiece respirators. HSE Contract Report No 4, 1987. 1987 87/75
Lightfoot RB, Pericleous KA & Rhodes N Mathematical modelling in the energy from biomass programme. Biomass for Energy and Industry, 5th Edition EC Conference, Naples, Italy. 1988 88/6
Lightfoot RB, Phelps PJ & Wilkinson TS. The development of advanced design models for condenser and turbine exhausts. Proceedings of the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. 1987 87/68
Lilja L & Rajainmaki K On the experimental and computational modelling at Outokumpu Research Oy Proceedings of the 2nd Colloquium on Process Simulation, Espoo, Finland, 6-8 June, 1995 1995 95/5
Lin S, Bennett A, Jonasson K & McCracken T CFD simulation of an industrial gas scrubber. Presented at the Proceedings Conference of the CFD Society of Canada, Montreal, June 14-15 1993, pp 381-392 1993 93/25
Lindholm D Application of a two-fluid model on the prediction of a bubble column produced by a broken subsea gas pipeline The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 2, pp 139-164, 1995 1995 95/38
Liping Li Mathematical modeling of fluid flow and mixing in metallurgical reactors with bottom gas injections Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1996 1996 96/63
Lopez de Sertodano M, Lahey RT & Drew DA The prediction of two-phase turbulence and phase distribution phenomena using a reynolds stress model Presented at ASME Winter Annual Meeting - Chicago November 1988. Publishers ASME. 1988 88/26
Lovgren R. *** Numerical two-dimensional air flow simulation over a backward-facing step and a block. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 447-457 1986. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. 1985 85/41
Ludwig JC & Poliakov I Multiblock and finegrid embedding method in PHOENICS 2.1 Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994 1994 94/42
Ludwig JC & Tacke KH Steel flow and inclusion separation in continuous casting tundishes. Presented at the Mathematical Models for Metals and Materials Application. 12-14 October 1987, Sutton Coldfield. 1987 87/17
Ludwig JC, Rhodes N & Tatchell DG. Numerical modelling of the flow of a hot particle-laden gas. Proceedings of 7th International Ballistics Symposium, pp 37-51, 1983. 1983 83/14
Ludwig JC, Rogers S, Enrigh PG & Katgerman L. Turbulent mixing and solidification of a liquid metal jet in a confined molten metal stream of different composition. Proceedings of 4th International Conference on numerical Methods in Thermal Problems, Swansea 1985, Pineridge Press. 1985 85/26
Luoma M & Smith AG The use of PHOENICS in the design of catalytic converters The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp 76-100, 1996 1996 96/11
Ma ASC, Spalding DB & Sun RLT. Application of ESCIMO to the turbulent hydrogen-air diffusion flame. Proceedings of 19th Symposium, The Combustion Institute, pp 393-402, 1982 . 1982 82/13
Ma YP, Ferng YM & Ma KT. Influence of local fluid-flow parameters on two-phase flow elbows for flow assisted corrosion prediction. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp 387-411, 1996 1996 96/31
Mace ACH, Markatos NC, Spalding DB & Tatchell DG. Analysis of combustion in recirculating flow for rocket exhausts in supersonic streams. Journal of Spacecraft, Vol. 19, No 6, pp 557-563, 1982. 1982 82/2
Mace ACH, Rogerson JS & Smith AG. *** Axisymmetic jet expansion into a cylindrical tube. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 227-238, 1986. 1985 85/63
Madhav MT & Malin MR. The efficient calculation of fully developed duct flows The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 4, pp 492-501, 1996 1996 96/58
Maeda T Enthalpy methods by impact scheme for solidification simulation.
1992 92/57
Maeda T Addendum PHOENICS-MHD programmers manual. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 5 No 3, pp 313-323 1992 92/10
Maeda T & Matsunaga F A survey note on pressure boundary conditions Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 3, pp 272-303 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/33
Maeda T & Matsunaga F A survey note on non-Newtonian fluid flow simulation. Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 4, pp 466-487 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/41
Maeda T & Murata H A survey note on magnetic field analysis by PHOENICS Century Research Centre, Japan. Presented at 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM 1987 87/61
Maeda T & Murate H. An approach to visco-elastic flow simulation in rotating cylinders. Proceedings of PCH 6th International Conference, Oxford. PCH Vol. 9, No 1/2, pp 229-236, Pergamon Press, 1987. 1987 87/27
Maeda T. Induced electric field of MHD ducts. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp 289-332, 1991. 1991 91/18
Maeda T. A discretization of spin term of micro-polar fluid. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp 466-483, 1991. 1991 91/3
Maeda T. Research work for special topics on CFD - Non-Newtonian fluid, MHD, moving interface Presented at the 10th Cray User Group Meeting, Tokyo, September 1988 1988 88/63
Magnussen BG Pollutant formation in gas turbine combustors based on the eddy dissipation concept. NGC Projektmoete, Trondheim, 9th November 1989 (Nordic Gastechnic Center, Project Meeting) 1989 89/71
Mahaffey WA & Mukerjee T. Turbulent ship airwake environment analysis. NADC Warminster PA USA. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM. 1987 87/35
Mahaffey WA, Mukerjee T & Singhal AK. Prediction of turbulent ship air-wake characteristics. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 335-352 1986. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. 1985 85/39
Mahaffey WA, Mukerjee T, Rhodes N & Costes NC PHOENICS verification exercise simulating the flow in the Rockwell axisymmetric turnaround 180 o duct (TAD) flow rig. Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 3, pp 343-367 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/35
Mainini F. Calculation of three-dimensional trans-sonic and viscous flow in a steam turbine exhaust hood. Presented at the 42nd National Congress ATI, Genova, September 1987, Italian Text. 1987 87/34
Majander EOJ, Manninen MT, Aittamaa JR, Eilos IH, Keskinen KI & Rihko LK. Simulation of TAME reactions in a small lab scale reactor using CFD combined with physical properties and reaction kinetics in a flowsheeting program Proceedings of the 2nd Colloquium on Process Simulation, Espoo, Finland, 6-8 June, 1995 1995 95/4
Majumdar AK, Singhal AK & Spalding DB. Numerical modelling of wet cooling towers-part 1: mathematical and physical models. Journal of Heat Transfer, Vol. 105, pp 728-735 ASME See also ref. 1983/21. 1983 83/17
Majumdar AK, Singhal AK, Reilly HE & Bartz JA Numerical modelling of wet cooling towers part 2: application to natural and mechanical draft towers Journal of Heat Transfer, Vol. 105, pp 736-743. ASME 1983 83/21
Majumdar AK, Singhal AK, Tam LT & Sursock JP. Transient mixing analysis of the pressurized thermal shock problem. Proceedings of 1985 National Heat Transfer Conference. 1985 85/8
Maki-Mantila E & Oksanen A Nitric oxide formation in combustion of different gaseous fuels Tampere University of Technology, Energy and Process Engineering, Tampere, Finland, Report 105, 1995 1995 95/18
Malin MR Modelling flow in an experimental marine condenser International Communications in Heat & Mass Transfer, Vol. 24 no. 5, pp597-608, 1997 1997 97/6
Malin MR Modelling the effects of lateral divergence on radially spreading turbulent jets Computers and Fluids Vol. 17, No 3, pp 453-465 1989. Published by Pergamon Press 1989 89/11
Malin MR Prediction of radially spreading turbulent jets AIAA Journal Vol. 26, No 6, pp 750-752 1988 88/40
Malin MR Analysis of turbulent forced plumes into a stable environment Applied Mathematical Modelling 1989, Vol. 13, February, pp 122-126. Published by Butterworth 1989 89/9
Malin MR & Parry JD Turbulent heat and momentum transfer in rough tubes PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and It s Applications, Vol. 1, No 1, pp 59-80. Published by CHAM 1988 88/20
Malin MR & Proumen N Calculation of intermittent turbulent shear flow with a Reynolds stress transport closure. Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol2, No 4, pp 410-424 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/38
Malin MR & Sanchez L A revised version of the k-kl turbulence model for near-wall flows Applied Mathematical Modelling 1989 vol. 12 March. Published by Butterworths 1989 89/16
Malin MR & Sanchez L One-dimensional steady transonic shocked flow in a nozzle. PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 1, No 2, pp 214-246. Published by CHAM 1988 88/22
Malin MR & Spalding DB. Flow and Heat transfer in two-dimensional turbulent wall jets and plumes. PCH PhysicoChemical Hydrodynamics, Vol. 9 No 1/2, pp237-274, 1987. 1987 87/4
Malin MR & Spalding DB. The prediction of turbulent and plumes by use of the k-w model of turbulence. PCH PhysicoChemical Hydrodynamics, Vol. 5 No 2, pp 153-198, 1984. 1984 84/8
Malin MR & Spalding DB. A two-fluid model of turbulence and its application to heated plane jets and wakes. PCH PhysicoChemical Hydrodynamics, Vol. 5, No 5/6, pp 339-362, 1984. 1984 84/18
Malin MR & Younis BA Modelling reynolds stress and heat flux transport in turbulent buoyant plumes Proc. XXIII IAHR Congress Hydraulics and the Environment, pp D.9-D.16, August 21-25 Ottawa, Canada 1989 1989 89/51
Malin MR & Younis BA The prediction of turbulent transport in an axially rotating pipe International Communications in Heat & Mass Transfer, Vol. 24 no. 1, pp 89-98, 1997 1997 97/7
Malin MR & Younis BA Calculation of turbulent buoyant plumes with a reynolds stress and heat flux transport closure Proceedings on the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 2, No 3, pp 368-390 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/36
Malin MR & Younis BA. Calculation of stably-stratified turbulent mixing layers with an improved reynolds-stress closure. Proceedings of XX1V IAHR Congress September 9-13 Madrid, Spain, 1991. 1991 91/40
Malin MR, Rosten HI, Spalding DB & Tatchell DG Application of PHOENICS to flow around ship's hulls Presented at the 2nd International Symposium on Ship Viscous Resistance, Goteborg, Sweden 1985 85/5
Malin MR, Younis BA Calculation of turbulent buoyant plumes with a reynolds stress and heat flux transport closure International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 33 No 10, pp 2247-2264 1990. Published by Pergamon Journals 1990 90/26
Malin MR. Turbulent pipe flow of Herschel-Bulkley fluids. Int. Comm. Heat Mass Transfer, Vol. 25, No. 3, pp. 321-330, 1998. Pergamon. 1998 98/03
Malin MR. On the calculation of heat transfer rates in fully turbulent wall flows. Applied Math. Modelling Vol. II, pp 281-284, Butterworths,1987. 1987 87/18
Malin MR. The decay of mean and turbulent quantities in vertical forced plumes. Applied Math. Modelling Vol. II, pp 301-314, Butterworths, 1987. 1987 87/19
Malin MR. The turbulent flow of Bingham plastic fluids in smooth circular tubes. International Communication Heat Mass Transfer, Vol. 24, No. 6, pp 793-804, 1997. Published by Elsevier Science, USA. 1997 97/60
Maltson JD & Wilcock D. Laminar flow and heat transfer in corrugated (rippled) ducts. Proceedings of the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. 1987 87/55
Mandel J, McCormick SF, Dendy Jr JE, Farhat C, Lonsdale G, Parter SV, Ruge JW & Stuben K . Proceedings of the fourth copper mountain conference on multigrid methods.
1988 88/56
Manzini F, Ramos E & Castrejon A. MHD Flow in a non-uniform magnetic field . The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 3, No 2, pp 170-195, 1990. 1990 90/9
Marchin F & Brion L Laser et modelisation: des outils nouveaux pour le perfectionnement des bruleurs domestiques. Revve G‚n‚rale de Thermique, 3 rue Henri-Heine, 75016 No 374, February 1993, Paris 1993 93/11
Mariotti G Numerical simulation of the flow in the ENEL-CRTN transonic wind tunnel and comparison against experimental measurements. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 5 No 1, pp 40-52 1992 92/3
Markatos NC Mathematical modelling of single and two phase flow problems in the process industries Published in Revue de Institut Francais de Petrole, Vol. 48, No 6, November 1993 1994 94/45
Markatos NC & Cox G. A novel approach to the field modelling of fire. PHC PhysicoChemical Hydrodynamics, Vol. 7, No 2/3,pp 125-143, 1986. 1986 86/10
Markatos NC & Cox G. Turbulent buoyant heat transfer in enclosures containing a fire source. Proceedings of 7th Int. Heat Transfer Conference, Hemisphere Publishing, pp 373-379, 1982 . 1982 82/11
Markatos NC & Cox G. Hydrodynamics and heat transfer in enclosures containing a fire source. PHC PhysicoChemical Hydrodynamics, Vol. 5, No 1, pp 53-66, 1984. 1984 84/5
Markatos NC & Kirkcaldy D. Analysis and computation of three-dimensional transient flow and combustion through granulated propellants. Int. Journal of Heat Transfer, Vol. 26, No 7, pp 1037-1053, 1983. 1983 83/7
Markatos NC & Kirkcaldy D. Analysis and computation of three-dimensional, transient flow and combustion through granulated propellants. Presented at ASME Spring Meeting, Fluids Engineering Division, June 1982, ASME Publication 82-FE-9 . 1982 82/17
Markatos NC & Kotsifaki CA. One-dimensional, two-fluid modelling of turbulent, premixed flames Applied Mathematical Modelling, vol. 18, pp 646-657, 1994 1994 94/72
Markatos NC & Mukerjee T. Three dimensional computer analysis of flow and combustion in automotive internal combustion engines. Proceedings of IMACS Mathematics and Computers in Simulation Vol. XXIII No 4 pp 354-366 Elsevier, 1981. 1981 81/3
Markatos NC & Pericleous CA. GRAFFIC a computer package for the interactive graphical representation of fluid flow phenomena. Advanced Engineering Software, Vol. 5, No 2, pp 86-91, 1983. 1983 83/8
Markatos NC & Pericleous KA. A two-fluid model of turbulence applied to simulation of fires Numerical Mathematics and Applications, 1986 1986 86/29
Markatos NC & Pericleous KA. An investigation of three-dimensional fire in enclosures. Proceedings of 21st National Heat Transfer Conference ASME/AlChE, HTD, Vol. 25, pp 115-124, 1983. 1983 83/13
Markatos NC & Pericleous KA. Laminar and turbulent natural convection in an enclosed cavity. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 27, No 5, pp 755-772, 1984. 1984 84/7
Markatos NC & Pericleous KA. A two-fluid model of turbulence applied to simulation of fires. Proceedings 11th IMACS World Congress on System Simulation and Scientific Computation, Norway, Vol. 2, pp 189-193 Elsvier, 1985. 1985 85/21
Markatos NC & Shah P. Turbulence modelling in internal combustion engines. Proceedings of International Conference on Numerical Methods in Laminar and Turbulent Flow, July 1985, Swansea, pp 1439-1454, Pineridge Press. 1985 85/2
Markatos NC & Simitovic R. Numerical prediction of sea flow and temperature range between power station intake and discharge ports in a bay. 3rd Conference on Numerical Methods for Laminar and Turbulent Flows, Seattle USA, 1983. 1983 83/10
Markatos NC & Singhal AK. Numerical analysis of one-dimensional, two-phase flow in a vertical cylindrical passage. Adv. in Eng. Software, Vol. 4, No 3 CML Publications, 1982. 1982 82/8
Markatos NC & Spalding DB Computer modelling of the heat-transfer mechanical and thermal-stress behaviour of heat exchangers Presented at the European Conference on Heat Exchangers "Recent Advances in Heat Exchanges", Grenoble, France, October 1988 1988 88/16
Markatos NC & Theologos KN Modelling of vertical pneumatic-conveying hydrodynamics Published in Appl. Math Modelling 1994, Vol. 18 June 1994 94/48
Markatos NC & Wills CB. Prediction of viscous flow around a fully submerged appended body. Computer Methods in Applied Mechanical and Engineering, Vol. 29, No. 2 pp 175-192, 1981. 1981 81/4
Markatos NC, Malin MR & Cox G. Mathematical modelling of buoyancy-induced smoke flow in enclosures. Int. Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 25, No 1, pp 63-75, 1982. 1982 82/4
Markatos NC, Malin MR, Spalding DB & Tatchell DG. Analysis and computation of multi-dimensional coal combustion processes. Presented at ASME Spring Meeting, Fluids Engineering Division, June 1982 ASME Publication 82-FE-8. 1982 82/3
Markatos NC, Pericleous KA & Simitovic R. A hydrometeorological three-dimensional model of thermal energy releases into environmental media. Int. Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, Vol. 7, pp 263-276. J Wiley & Sons, 1987. 1987 87/8
Markatos NC, Phelps PJ & Purslow B Computer simulation of the thermal-hydraulic behaviour of fast-reactor pools. Annals of Nuclear Energy, Vol. 9 No 4, pp 179-183, 1982. 1982 82/6
Markatos NC, Rawnsley SM & Spalding DB. Heat transfer during a small-break loss-of-coolant accident in a pressurized water reactor-a parametric study for a 4 inch lower-plenum break. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 27, No 8, pp 1379-1394. 1984 84/11
Markatos NC, Rawnsley SM & Tatchell DG. Analysis of a small-break loss-of-coolant accident in a pressurised water reactor. Proceedings of Conference on Heat and Fluid Flow in Nuclear and Process Plant Safety, Institute of Mechanical Engineering, May 83. 1983 83/9
Markatos NC, Rhodes N & Tatchell DG A general purpose program for the analysis of fluid flow problems. Numerical Methods for Fluid Dynamics, pp 463-480. Academic Press 1982 82/7
Markatos NC, Spalding DB & Tatchell DG. Computational analysis of combustion in recirculating flow for rocket exhausts in supersonic streams. Proceedings of AIAA/SAE/ASME 17th Joint Propulsion Conference, Colorado USA, 1981. 1981 81/2
Markatos NC, Spalding DB, Tatchell DG & Mace ACH. Flow and combustion in the base-wall region of a rocket exhaust plume. Comb. Sci. and Tech, Vol. 28, pp 15-29, 1982. 1982 82/9
Markatos NC. Computer simulation of turbulent fluid flow in chemical reactors. Advances in Engineering Software, Vol. 5, No 1, pp 32-38, 1983. 1983 83/5
Markatos NC. Computer analysis of building-ventilation and heating problems. Passive and Low Energy Architecture, pp 667-675, 1983. 1983 83/15
Markatos NC. Modelling of two-phase transient flow and combustion of granular propellants. Int. Journal of Multiphase Flows, 1983. 1983 83/4
Markatos NC. The mathematical modelling of turbulent flows. Appl. Math Modelling Vol. 10, pp 190-220, June 1986 . 1986 86/8
Markatos NC. The theoretical prediction of external aerodynamics of road vehicles. Int. Journal of Vehicle Design, Advances in Vehicle Design Series SP3, Impact of Aerodynamics of Vehicle Design, pp 387-400, 1983. 1983 83/6
Markatos NC. The computation of thick axisymmetric boundary layers and wakes around bodies of revolution. Proceedings Institute of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 1980, No 4, pp 51-62, 1984. 1984 84/6
Martin JJ Numerical solution to automobile passenger compartment cooling by use of PHOENICS Thesis University 9-f Missouri-Rolla 1989 1989 89/50
Mason D, Markatos NC, Reed AR Numerical simulation of the flow of gas-solids suspension acceleration regions of pipelines Proceedings of the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. 1987 87/57
McConnell PM, Owens SF & Kamin R. Prediction of fuel freezing in airplane fuel tanks of arbitrary geometry. Internal report. The Boeing Company, Seattle, Washington, USA, 1985. 1985 85/71
Megahed M Assessment of two-equation turbulence models for simulating swirling flows as applied to swirl burners The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 2, pp 259-277, 1996 1996 96/21
Mege P & Ferschneider G Eulerian simulation of dilute gas-solid flow Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp 416-431, 1997. 1997 97/36
Mege P & Ferschneider G Numerical modelling of turbulent gas-solid flow. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp155-169, 1993. 1992 92/33
Mendonca FG & Bretton AS Simulation of in-cylinder fuel mixing in a large spark ignition lean burn engine. Experimental & Predictive methods in Engine Research & Development. IMechE Ref: IMechE 1993/10. 1993 93/14
Mendonca FG, Shah P & Glynn DR Modelling of in-cylinder aerodynamics using a body-fitted moving grid Proceedings, The 4th International PHOENICS User Conference, Miami Florida, April 1991 and The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 5, No. 3, pp 234-280, 1992. 1991 91/38
Mendrinos D, Freeston DH & Mallinson GD. A preliminary application of PHOENICS to the analysis of geothermal wells. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM. 1987 87/49
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Meszena ZG & Johnson AF A first attempt to calculate the spatial distribution of the dispersity index of a polymer in a polymerisation reactor using PHOENICS Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 8, No 1 1995 pp 55-66 1994 94/39
Militzer J. Numerical prediction of the fully developed two-phase (air-solids) flow in a pipe. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent, 1985. 1985 85/61
Mills WH. High temperature furnace simulation with surface to surface radiation. Vol. 4, No 4, pp 389-420 PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications. 1991 91/21
Miner EW, Swean Jr TF, Handler RA & Leighton RL Examination of wall damping for the k-e turbulence model sing direct simulations of turbulent channel flow. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids Vol. 12, pp 609-624, 1991. 1991 91/71
Mitchell RE, Sarofim AF & Clomburg LA **** Experimental and numerical investigation of confined laminar diffusion flames Published in Combustion and Flame 37, pp 227-244 1980 1981 81/9
Mitianiec W Three-dimensional gas flow through inlet reed valve in a two-stroke engine Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp 01-11, 1998. 1997 97/41
Moffat J & Pericleous K The modelling of two-phase flows using the general purpose particle tracking program GENTRA Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 1, pp 21-40 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/21
Montasser W Modelling of gas flow in a vertical chemical vapour deposition (cvd) reactor Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 4, pp 442-465 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/40
Montenegro HS & Choucino MA A pulverised coal combustion global model with NOx formation The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 3, pp 311-338, 1995 1995 95/42
Montenegro HS & Choucino MA Thermal dissipation in a natural basin The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 7, No 3 1994 pp 14-36 1994 94/18
Moodie JP, Davis MPO & Cross M Numerical modelling for the analysis of direct smelting processes. New Ironmaking and Steelmaking Processes. 7th Process T echnology Conference Proceedings. 1988 88/41
Mortimore SC Writing your name in PHOENICS The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 3, pp 371-401, 1995 1995 95/44
Morton KW & Childs PN Characteristic galerkin methods for hyperbolic systems. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Nonlinear Hyperbolic Problems, Aachen, FRG, March 14-18 1988 1988 88/51
Morton KW & Paisley MF **** A finite volume scheme with shock fitting for the steady euler equations. Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, Vol. 80 No. 1, January 1989 1989 89/72
Morton KW, Priestley A & Suli E Stability of the lagrange-galerkin method with non-exact integration. Mathematical modelling and numerical analysis, vol. 22 No. 4, 1988 pp 625-653. 1988 88/52
Mukerjee T & Singhal AK. Analysis of flow development in open combustion cavities of diesel engines. Proceedings of ASME WAM, FE-7D Symposium of Fluid Mechanics of International Combustion Engines, December 1984. 1985 85/3
Mukerjee T & Singhal AK. Numerical modelling of unsteady single- and two-phase flow through a round pipe with an orifice meter. Paper presented at Symposium on Measuring and Metering of Unsteady Flows 1986 ASME WAIM Anaheim CA Dec. 7-12, 1986. 1986 86/24
Mukerjee T, Majumdar AK & Singhal AK Three-dimensional numerical calculation of flow distribution to the recipient tubes in compact heat exchangers. ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Boston, ASME Publication ASME 83WA/HT-83. 1983 83/20
Mukerjee T, Przekwas AJ, Singhal AK, Duggal VK & Kuo TW. Three dimensional modeling of in-cylinder processes in diesel engines. SAE 840227. Proceedings of the SAE Congress, Detroit, USA, 1984. 1984 84/13
Mukerjee T, Przewas AJ, Holland RS & Costes NC Numerical analysis of the three-dimensional flow in the main injector of the space shuttle main engine. Presented at /aiaa/ASME/SAE/ASEE 22nd Joint Propulsion Conference, Huntsville, Alabama, June 1986 1986 86/13
Mukerjee T, Singhal AK & Spalding DB. Applicability of numerical flow models to orifice metering problems. Proceedings of International Conference on the Metering of Natural Gas and Liquefied Hydrocarbon Gases, Oyez Scientific and Technical Services. 1984 84/12
Mukerjee T, Tam LT, Jain SK & Costes NC. A multidomain and multidimensional numerical analysis of flow in fuelside preburner, high pressure turbine, hot gas manifold and main injector assembly of the space shuttle main engine. Proceedings of AIAA/SAE/ASME/ASEE 23rd Joint Propulsion Conference, June 29- July 2 1987, San Diego, California. 1987 87/63
Muraoka K. Calculation of viscous flow around ships with parabolic and partially parabolic flow solution procedure. Transactions of the West-Japan Society of Naval Architects, No 63, March 1982, pp 13-29. 1982 82/10
Murena F, d'Alessandro C & Gioia F CO dispersion in urban street canyons Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp 405-415, 1997. 1997 97/39
Murthy SNB, Warner CF & Winfree J. Reactive jet flows through protrusions in cross-flow . Presented at the Seventh International Symposium on Air-breathing Engines, Beijing, China, September 1985. 1985 85/67
Murthy SNB, Warner CF, Yan J & Lafayette W. Ignition and flame stability of fuel jet through blockers in cross flow AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE 22 Joint Propulsion Conference, Huntsville, Alabama, June 16-18, 1986 1986 86/28
Myszko M & Knowles K Numerical modelling of a single impinging jet and experimental validation The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp 51-60, 1996 1996 96/9
Nabben RHMG, Duursma RPJ, Kamperman AA & Lagerberg JL Application of the EMBR-model and algebraic slip model to continuous casting of steel slabs in Hoogovens The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol 11. No. 2. pp 136-147, 1998 1998 98/06
Nagai M Analysis of a diamond CVD process using computer simulation Ph.D. Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1996 1996 96/64
Naik S & Probert D Optimal designs for achieving maximum performances of plate-pin heat-exchangers Presented at the Conference of the European Federation of Energy, 12-14 October, Grenoble France 1988 88/43
Nallasamy M. Computation of confined turbulent coaxial jet flows. Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 3, No 3,pp 263-268, 1987. 1987 87/11
Naslund E, Karlsson E & Thaning L Sea breeze simulation with a static profile of the eddy viscosity. PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4 Suppl 2, pp 196-211. Published by CHAM 1991 91/30
Naslund E, Svensson U & Karlsson E Boundary layer flow over Sundsvall. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp 222-238 & Fi-Fxi, 1993. 1992 92/37
Neve RS Contaminant concentration on pipe walls following radial jet injection: a cfd approach. Internal report. Thermo-Fluids Engineering Research Centre. Dept. of Mechanical Engineering/Aeronautics. City University of London, EC1V 0HB 1993 93/1
Ni W, Kawall JG & Keffer JF. On the velocity and temperature fields of a heated turbulent jet in a cross-flow. Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 1A4. 1993 93/43
Nizou PY & Malin MR. Modelisation de transfert de chaleur en jet partictal turbulent. Proceedings of S.F.T Symposium Universite de Nantes, France, 1990. 1990 90/12
Noh HK & Park JH A numerical study on switching operation characteristics of low temperature heat pipe with multiple heaters Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications. Vol. 11 No. 2, pp 198-223, 1998 1997 97/35
Nyberg L PHOENICS simulation of Stommel's ocean. Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 2, pp 239-257 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/31
Nyberg L. *** Ice formation in a river. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 108-121 1986, Springer-Verlag. 1985 85/51
Ohnuki A, Araya F& Akimoto, H. Analysis of residual heat removal process due to natural circulation in a water pool of a passive safety light water reactor The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp 326-342, 1996 1996 96/27
Oksanen A Combustion generated NOx and coke in heavy residual fuel oil combustion. 2nd International Conference on Combustion Technologies for a Clean Environment, Lisbon, Portugal, July 19-22 1993 1994 94/9
Oksanen A Numerical modelling of combustion processes. Helsinki University of Technology, Otaniemi, Finland, December 9, 1993. 1994 94/8
Oksanen A & Karvinen R Combustion-generated NOx and coke in heavy residual fuel oil combustion Combustion Science and Technology 108, p345, 1995 1995 95/17
Oksanen A & Karvinen R Experimental and calculated data for combustion and emissions of heavy residual fuel oil. 2nd European Conference on Industrial Furnaces and oilers, Algarve, Portugal April 2-5 1991 1991 91/44
Oksanen A & Karvinen R Effect of fuel type and burner geometry on the formation of solid pollutants in heavy fuel oil combustion. 2nd Topic Oriented Technical Meeting IFRF Paris, France May 21-23 1990 1990 90/38
Oksanen A & Maki-Mantila E Theoretical and experimental study of low-NOx gas burning 3rd European Conference on Industrial Furnaces and Boilers, Lisbon, Portugal, April 18-21, 1995 1995 95/14
Oksanen A & Maki-Mantila E Use of PDF in modelling of nitric oxide formation in methane combustion 3rd International Conference on Combustion Technologies for a Clean Environment, Lisbon, Portugal, July 3-6, 1995 1995 95/15
Oksanen A & Maki-Mantila E Application of PDF in methane combustion European Mechanics Society, Statistical Properties of Turbulent Flames 1995 95/16
Olovsson S, Lofdahl L & Olsson E. *** Flow calculations in a turbine cascade using PHOENICS-BFC. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference Dartford, Kent 1986. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 291-301, 1986. 1985 85/47
Omori T, Nagata T, Taniguchi H & Kudo K. Three-dimensional heat transfer analysis of a steel heating furnace. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference, Stamford, USA, July 8-12 1991 1991 91/67
Ono N, Kida M, Arai Y & Sahira K A thermal analysis on double-crucible method in continuos silicon CZ technology
1988 88/62
Ouazzani J, Durand-Daubin A, Nyce TA & Rosenberger F. Mixed convection in a horizontal rectangular channel-experimental and numerical velocity distributions The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol 11. No. 2. pp 224-251, 1998 1998 98/08
Owen BJ The use of PHOENICS within Strachen and Henshaw Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994 1994 94/34
Owens SF, Mukerjee T, Singhal AK, Przekwas AJ & Glynn DR, Numerical analysis of flow in the hot gas manifold of the space shuttle main engine, AIAA-86-1514, Presented at the AIAA 22s Journal Propulsion Conference, Huntsville, Alabama 1985. 1985 85/55
Palacio A & Malin MR Simulation of supersonic flow past a double-wedge profile PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 1, No 3, pp 371-408 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/4
Palacio A, Malin MR, Proumen N & Sanchez L Numerical computations of steady transonic and supersonic flow fields International Journal of Heat Mass Transfer, Vol. 33, No 6, pp 1193-1204, 1990. Published by Pergamon Journals 1990 90/25
Palacio A, Malin MR, Proumen N & Sanchez L Flowfield predictions of transonic and supersonic problems Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 2, pp 202-218 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/29
Palanisamy V & Tada Y. Investigation of flow in input manifold of pressurised gas reactors using PHOENICS The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp 434-449, 1996 1996 96/34
Panagopoulos J, Karayannis A & Markatos NC A new approach to the modelling of environmental flows and pollutants dispersion in urban areas. The case of the Athens underground. Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 7, No 4 1994 pp 114-125 1994 94/23
Panizzola M & Pugliese V Computational fluid dynamics applications to spacecraft thermal environment design. ATTI 10th National Congress on Heat Transmission 25-27 June 1992. University of Genoa. 1992 92/21
Park MS, Park YW & Lee DW Airflow control for onion store Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp 148-167, 1998 1997 97/46
Parodi P, Veneri R, Spazio A, Glynn DR & Taylor K CFD analysis of the fire detection and suppression in a columbus rack. Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 7, No 4 1994 pp 181-190 1994 94/35
Parsons DJ Modelling gas exchanger in a silage clamp using PHOENICS Divisional Notes DN1552 AFRC Institute of Engineering Research. Silsoe December 1989. 1989 89/53
Parsons IM & Porter KE Gas flow patterns in packed beds: a computational fluid dynamics model for wholly packed domains. Gas Separation & Purification 1992 Vol. 6, No. 4 1992 92/50
Pasdari M & Gimson CJ. Simulation of a new flow conditioner with the aid of PHOENICS. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp 128-154, 1991. 1991 91/15
Paterson DA & Apelt CJ. Computation of wind flows over three-dimensional buildings. Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 24,pp 193-213. Elsevier Science Publishers BV Amsterdam, 1986. 1986 86/20
Pathanjali C & Rahman MM. Analysis of heat transfer and contaminant transport in fume hoods. Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida 33620-5350. 1995 95/64
Pavitsky NI, Yakushin AA & Zhubrin SV Vehicular exhaust dispersion around a group of buildings. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp 270-285 & Gi-Gx, 1993. 1992 92/31
Pedersen MK & Andersen P Sedimentation i procestanke (Modelling of sedimantation in process tanks at Cheminova process plant) (in Danish). M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Civil Engineering, Aalborg University, Denmark. 1994 94/57
Pericleous, K.A., Djambazov, G.S. &  Lai, C.H. Development of numerical techniques for near-field aeroacoustic computations.
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Pericleous KA & Dempsey S Development of a fractal-based LES model in PHOENICS The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp 41-50, 1996 1996 96/8
Pericleous KA & Drake SN. An algebraic slip model of PHOENICS for multi-phase applications. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18 pp 458-470, 1986. 1985 85/16
Pericleous KA & Markatos NC A two-fluid approach to the modelling of three dimensional turbulent flames. Internal report. (Pericleous) Thames Polytechnic, London. (Markatos) National Technical University, Athens, Greece 1990 90/48
Pericleous KA & Patel MK. The modelling of tangential and axial agitators in chemical reactors. PCH PhysicoChemical Hydrodynamics, Vol. 8, No 2,pp 105-123. Pergamon Press, 1987. 1987 86/21
Pericleous KA & Rhodes N The hydrocyclone classifier-a numerical approach International Journal of Mineral Processing, 17, pp 23- 43 1986 86/4
Pericleous KA & Rhodes N. Use of computational fluid dynamics in analysis and design. Presented at Pira, Paper and Board Division Seminar on Recent Developments in the use of Wastepaper in the Manufacturing of Paper and Board, Leatherhead, Surrey, 1986. 1986 86/16
Pericleous KA, Clark IW & Brais N. The modelling of thermal NOx emissions in combustion and its applications to burner design . Tempere University of Technology Finland. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM. 1987 87/43
Pericleous KA, Rhodes N & Cutting GW. A mathematical model for predicting the flow field in a hydrocyclone classifier. Proceedings of 2nd International Hydrocyclones Conference, Bath, September 1984 BHRA. 1984 84/9
Pericleous KA, Worthington D & Cox G Smoke spread simulation in a covered sports stadium. A Two Day Seminar and Workshop Powerful Computing Systems for Fluid Flow Applications. London UK, June 1988 1988 88/8
Pericleous KA. Mathematical simulation of hydrocyclones. Applied Math. Modelling Vol. II/4, pp 242-255 August 1987, Butterworths. 1987 87/22
Pericleous KA. An application of the two-fluid technique to the modelling of turbulent diffusion flames. Vol. 4, Suppl.2, pp 226-244 PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications. 1991 91/22
Perrusquia G, Petersen O & Larsen T Influence of sewer sediments on flow friction and shear stress distribution Water Science and Technology. 1995 95/8
Perrusquia G, Petersen O & Larsen T Hydraulic resistance in part full sewer pipes Proceedings, IAWQ Specialised Conference on The Sewer as a Physical, Chemical and Biological Reactor, Aalborg University 1995 95/7
Petersen O Applications of turbulence models for transport of dissolved pollutants and particles Dissertation, Department of Civil Engineering, Aalborg University, Denmark. 1992 92/63
Petersen O Laboratory and numerical experiments on the dilution of buoyant surface plumes Recent Research Advances in the Fluid Mechanics of Turbulent Jets and Plumes, pp223-235. Kluwer Academic Publishers, the Netherlands 1994 94/53
Petersen O Applications of turbulence models for transport of dissolved pollutants and particles. Series paper 4, Department of Civil Engineering, Aalborg University, Denmark, July 1992 1992 92/65
Petersen O Note on numerical turbulence models (in Danish) Department of Civil Engineering, Aalborg University, Denmark. 1990 90/67
Petersen O & Krishnappen BG Measurements and analysis of flow characteristics in a rotating circular flume Journal of Hydrodynamic Engineering, IAHR, vol. 32 no. 4, pp 483-494. 1994 94/54
Petersen O & Larsen T Dilution of dense bottom plumes in turbulent currents Proceedings, 4th International Symposium on Statified Flows, Vol. 3. Grenoble, France 1994 94/52
Petit E Numerical modelling of the water model of a tundish Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp 65-80, 1998. 1997 97/48
Phelps PJ & Pericleous KA The mathematical simulation of steam generators and condensers
1990 90/69
Phelps PJ & Waterson NP A computer model for the analysis of tank spills and containment overflows Proceedings, The 4th International PHOENICS User Conference, Miami, USA April 1991 and The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 5, No. 4, pp 381-420, 1992. 1991 91/84
Phelps PJ, Kirkcaldy D & Purslow B. Application of the PHOENICS code to LMFBR plenum analysis. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18, pp 173-183, 1986. 1985 85/28
Pierrat D & Delaunay D Numerical simulation of the flow past a 2D model hill: Tests of eddy-viscosity models and numerical schemes Abstract for Euromech Colloquium 338 - Atmospheric Turbulence and Dispersion in Complex Terrain, Bologna, Italy, September 4-6, 1995 1995 95/27
Pierrat D & Ledoux C & Garnaud A Use of PHOENICS for domestic burner flows simulations at Gaz de France. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp 313-334,1997. 1997 97/55
Poliakov I & Semin V Development and evaluation of new linear equation solvers for PHOENICS. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp 34-57. 1994 94/6
Poliakov I & Semin V An introduction into the method for implementing multi-block grids and/or grids with refinements in PHOENICS v 1.0. CHAM Technical Report TR401. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 7, No 2 1994, pp 143-172 1994 94/16
Poliakov I & Semin V An introduction into the method for implementing multi-block grids and/or grids with refinements in PHOENICS. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp 143-172,1994. 1994 94/75
Porsch HCF & Poth J. Vergleich zwischen Berechnung und Messung der zweidimensionalen Umstroemung eines Rennfahrzeug-Mittelschnitts. Internal report. VDI-Tagung Fahrzeugtechnik, Berechnung in Automobilbau, 6-7 November 1986, Wurzburg. 1986 86/26
Poscher S & Schafer M Simulation of a Si3N4 hot wall batch reactor The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 4, pp 491-499, 1995 1995 95/50
Prakash C Two-phase model for binary solid-liquid phase change, part 2: some illustrative examples. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, Vol. 18, pp 147-167 1990 1990 90/50
Prakash C Numerical solution of continuum mixture model equations for solid-liquid phase change in binary systems-implementation on PHOENICS. PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 1, No 4, pp 502-515. Published by CHAM 1989 89/13
Prakash C Prediction of some complex multi-dimensional two-phase flow phenomena using the PHOENICS code (1) phase distribution in ducts (2) phase separation in tee junctions (3) condensation in stratified flow. Published in the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference Proceedings, 1987. 1987 87/79
Prakash C Two-phase model for binary solid-liquid phase change, part 1: governing equations. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, Vol. 18, pp 131-145 1990 1990 90/49
Prakash C & Voller V On the numerical solution of continuum mixture model equations describing binary solid-liquid phase change. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, Vol. 15, pp 1171-189 1989. Published by Hemisphere Publishing Corporation 1989 89/44
Prakash C, Singhal AK & Shafer C. Thermofluid analysis of the SSME preburner using a gas-gas diffusion model for oxygen and hydrogen combustion at supercritical pressures. Presented at AIAA/ASME/ASEE 22nd Joint Propulsion Conference, Huntsville, Alabama, June 1986. 1986 86/12
Prakash C. Prediction of condensation in stratified flow (data set-16) using the PHOENICS code. CHAM NA, Huntsville Alabama, USA, 1987. 1987 87/1
Prakash C. Application of computational fluid dynamics for analysing practical electronics cooling problems. CHAM NA USA, 1988. 1988 88/4
Prakash C. A demonstration calculation of three dimensional fluid flow and heat transfer in a crt-monitor. CRT-Monitor Internal Report, CHAM North America, 1985. 1985 85/70
Prakash C. Prediction of some complex multi-dimensional two-phase flow phenomena using the PHOENICS code (1) phase distribution in ducts (2) phase separation in tee junctions and (3) condensation in stratified flow. Proceedings of the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. 1987 87/58
Preuer A Numerical investigation of the gas bubble driven steel flow and the formation of the free bath surface in a steel ladle. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp 107-123. 1994 94/3
Preuer A, Winter J & Hiebler H Computation of the iron flow in the hearth of a blast furnace. Steel Research 63, No. 4 1992 1992 92/55
Proumen NM, Malin MR & Mendonca FG. Evaluation of turbulence models for in-cylinder flows. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, Suppl. 1,pp 56-83, 1991. 1991 91/37
Przekwas AJ, Edwards JP & Gross K. SSME thrust chamber modelling with Navier-Stokes equations. Presented at AIAA/ASME/ASEE 22nd Joint Propulsion Conference Huntsville, 1986. 1986 86/5
Przekwas AJ, Singhal AK, Tam T & Davidian K. Computational simulation of liquid rocket injector anomalies. Presented at AIAA/ASME/ASEE 22nd Joint Propulsion Conference, Huntsville, Alabama, June 1986. 1986 86/14
Pulles C & Lamers A Comparison between two models of boundary layer development at a step change in surface roughness Proceedings on the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 4, pp 391-409 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/37
Purslow B & Smith AG *** A comparison of PHOENICS predictions for a buoyant vertical jet with experimental data. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. Proceedings Published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18, pp 204-214 1986. 1985 85/3
Qin HQ & Spalding DB The numerical simulation of shock initiation in solid explosives with gas inclusions. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Numerical Combustion, Juan les Pins Antibes, May 23-26 1989. Published in Lecture Notes in Physics No 351, pp 417-427. Springer-Verlag 1989 89/52
Qin HQ & Spalding DB The lagrangian Hydrodynamical calculations in PHOENICS code PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 1, No 3, pp 324-370 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/3
Qin HQ & Spalding DB. Flow in a toroidal vortex. Proceedings of PCH 6th International Conference, Oxford. PCH Vol. 9, No 1/2, pp 315-343, Pergamon Press, 1987. 1987 87/28
Quazzani J & Rosenberger F Three-dimensional modelling of horizontal chemical vapour deposition I. MOCVD at atmospheric pressure Journal of Crystal Growth 100 (1990), pp 545-576. Published by Elsevier Science Publishers BV (North Holland) 1990 90/24
Quoc HL, Brunold A, Oelschlagel F & Schnabel R. Process modelling of the cross-linking reactions taking place in an elastomer component of a polymer blend of type PP/NBR produced in a tightly intermeshing co-rotating twin screw extruder. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 4, pp 502-515, 1996 1996 96/59
Radosavljevic D & Fitzsimmons P CFD: case studies within the marine industry Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp 227-249, 1997. 1997 97/47
Radosavljevic D & Gebara JM CFD: Design assessment case studies in offshore and marine industries Proceedings, 'Application of Fluid Dynamics in the Safe Design of Topsides and Superstructures', The Institute of Marine Engineers, London, 26 February 1997 1997 97/10
Radosavljevic D & Spalding DB The use of PHOENICS to simulate three-dimensional effects in natural-draught cooling towers PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 1, No 4, pp 409-458. Published by CHAM 1989 89/15
Radosavljevic D & Spalding DB Simultaneous prediction of internal and external aerodynamic and thermal flow fields of a natural-draft cooling tower in a cross-wind Internal report. Imperial College. 1988 88/18
Raghavan J & Rahman MM. Transient response of discrete heat sources on a conducting board in the presence of cross flow mixed convection. IEEE, paper No. 96 117, 1996. 1996 96/67
Ramachandran K., Sato, T. & Nishiyama, H 3D modelling of evaporation of water injected into a plasma jet. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 46, No. 9, pp 1653-1663 2003 03/01
Ramos JI & Winowich NS Finite difference and finite element methods for MHD channel flows. Published in the International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, Vol. 11 1990, pp 907-934 1990 90/66
Ranade VV Simulation of flow mal-distribution in a fixed bed reactor using PHOENICS The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 7, No 3 1994 pp 59-72 1994 94/20
Ranade VV & Kumaran G. Computational Fluid Dynamics for piping engineering.
1996 96/44
Ranade VV, Kumaran G & Kumar C Flow structures in bubble columns: CFD modelling and simulations International Conferences on Advances in Chemical Engineering (ICAChE 96), Madras, India, 1996 1996 96/46
Rashad MA & Davies, GA & Bos A. CFD modelling of flow distribution methods in primary separators. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp 374-390,1997. 1997 97/56
Raupenstrauch H, Posch M & Staudinger G Drying of a packed bed of solid fuel particles. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp 346 - 367, 1993. 1992 92/27
Rawnsley SM & Glynn DR. Flow around road vehicles. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference Dartford, Kent. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18 pp 471-482 1986. 1985 85/15
Rawsley S. PHOENICS - a numerical wind tunnel for aerodynamic simulation of road vehicles. Automotive Engineer, Vol. 10, No 5, October/November, 1985. 1985 85/66
Rawsley SM & Tatchell DG. Application of the PHOENICS code to the computation of the flow around automobiles. Presented at the 1986 SAE International Congress and Exposition, Michigan, February 1986. SAE paper 860217. 1986 86/1
Rew HS Turbulence model assessment in complex turbulent flows Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp 287-296, 1997. 1997 97/27
Rew, HS. Numerical study on the unsteady interaction of two curved wall jets over a cylinder. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp 113-123,1998. 1998 98/02
Rhee S, Szekely J, Ilegbusi OJ *** On three-dimensional transport phenomena in CVD processes Journal on the Electrochemical Society Vol. 134, No 10 1987 1987 87/71
Rhodes D G & Senior A K Two-layer k-e model of boundary shear in a rectangular duct Published in Conference Proceedings, 2nd International Conference on Hydrodynamics (ICHD-96), 1996 1996 96/25
Rhodes N Prediction of smoke movement: an overview of field model validation Publication: ASHRAE Transactions 1988 Vol. 95, Part 1 1988 88/25
Rhodes N & Ludwig JC. Modelling the behaviour of additives in gun barrels. Presented at AGARD-PEP (Propulsion of Energetics Panel) 66th Specialist Meeting, Florence September 1985. 1985 85/25
Rhodes N & Wilkinson TS The prediction of steam-condenser and turbine-exhaust performance HTD Vol. 104, pp 225-230. Published by ASME 1988 88/24
Rhodes N, Al Sanea SA & Pericleous KA. The use of the fluid flow program PHOENICS in engineering design. Presented at the ENGSOFT Exhibition, London, 1985. 1985 85/1
Rhodes N, Pericleous KA & Drake SN. The prediction of hydrocyclone performance with a mathematical model. 3rd International Conference on Hydrocyclones, Oxford, 1987. 1987 87/13
Rhodes N, Tatchell DG & Pericleous KA. Computational methods for two-phase flow systems and their application to engineering equipment. Proceedings 11th IMACS World Congress on System Simulation and Scientific Computation, Norway, Vol. 2, pp 181-184 Elsevier, 1985. 1985 85/20
Richards PJ *** Computational modelling of wind flow around low-rise buildings using PHOENICS Div Notes DN 1508, AFRC Inst. Eng. Research, Silsoe March 1989 1989 89/10
Richards PJ & Bahattacharyya D Numerical modelling of metal extrusion using PHOENICS with viscosity varying in the deformation zone Internal report. University of Auckland, New Zealand 1990 90/42
Richards PJ & Hoxey PR. Computational and wind tunnel modelling of mean wind loads on the silsoe structures building. Proceedings of 8th Int. Conference on Wind Energy-London Ontario Canada, 8-12 July 1991. 1991 91/41
Richards PJ & Miller C. Simulation of wind flow over artificial windbreaks. University of Auckland, New Zealand. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM. 1987 87/37
Riznic JR Application of the PHOENICS code in chemical and process industry. Presented at the 3rd Yugoslave Symposium on Chemical Engineering. Only abstract, in Yugoslaw. 1991 91/39
Rogers S & Katgerman L Particle tracking of solidifying metal droplets during gas atomisation Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 2, pp 171-182 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/27
Ronnquist G & Sunden B Numerical investigation of a boron dilution process in a PWR-reactor. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp 56-80, 1993. 1992 92/24
Rooks S Preliminary investigations into the use of PHOENICS for evaluation of aerodynamic heating phenomena The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp 61-75, 1996 1996 96/10
Rooks S, Smith AG & Hayward LR The use of PHOENICS for modelling helicopter flow fields Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp 103-112, 1998. 1997 97/45
Rosten HI & Spalding DB. PHOENICS 84 and beyond. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 1-2, 1986. 1985 85/69
Rosten HI & Worrell JK Provision of monitor print-out for more than one location. Volume 1 No 2, pp 270-281.The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications. Published by CHAM Limited 1988 88/39
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Scanlon TJ A numerical analysis of flow and dispersion around a cube
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Scanlon TJ Different CFD solutions to the vortex shedding problem Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp 212-226, 1997. 1997 97/24
Scanlon TJ, Carey C & Fraser SM SUCCA3D an alternative scheme to reduce false diffusion in three-dimensional flows. Published in the Proc. Instit. Mech Engineers Journal Vol. 207, June 1993, pp 307-313 1993 93/29
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Schwarz MP Two and three dimensional methods of a gas stirred bath of molten pig iron. PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications. Vol. 1 No 3, pp 282-310 1989 1989 89/1
Schwarz MP & Philip DK. Turbulent flow in a 20 kg bath of molten pig iron with bottom-injected nitrogen. Proceedings of the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. 1987 87/53
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Serag Eldin MA. The spread of pollutants emitted from long and large obstacles in atmosphere. Technical Report 009, IBM Cairo Scientific Center, 31138, 1985. 1985 85/12
Serag-Eldin MA Employing SATELLITE and PHOTON as Input and Output Devices for a non-PHOENICS code. PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications. Vol. 1 No 3, pp 311-323 1989 1989 89/2
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Shah P & Markatos NC. Computer simulation of turbulence in internal combustion engines. Int. Journal Numerical Methods Fluids, Vol. 7, pp 927-952, J Wiley & Son, 1987. 1987 87/23
Shah P, Glynn DR & Malin MR. Use of a flame front model for numerical prediction of combustion in a spark-ignition engine. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, V 3, No 3, pp 362-391, 1990. 1990 90/23
Shah P, Markatos NC & Glynn DR. Variable grids for modelling flow in reciprocating engines. Presented at Modelado en Motores de Combustion Interna, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain, June 1987. 1987 87/6
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Shaw CT. Predicting the laminar flow in an eccentric cylinder system. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 3, No 1, pp 39-57, 1990. 1990 90/2
Shaw CT. Evaluation of PHOENICS for predicting internal and external flows. Jaguar Cars Ltd., Coventry. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM. 1987 87/39
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Shih PH, Pen CL, Chien LC & Hong WT. Numerical and experimental studies of the fluid mechanics characteristics of a two-stroke spark ignition engine. 8th National Conference on Mechanical Engineering CSME Taipei, 1991. 1991 91/55
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Simitovic R, Markatos NC & Pericleous KA. On the three-dimensional modelling of airborne evaporative cooling tower effluent in interaction with the atmosphere. Proceedings of 4th International Conference on numerical Methods in Laminar and Turbulent Flow, Swansea July 1985, pp 979-990. 1985 85/24
Singhal AK, Keeton LW, Majumdar AK, Mukerjee T & Johnson RS. An improved mathematical formulation for the computations of flow distribution in manifolds for compact heat exchangers. Presented at the ASME Winter Annual Meeting Anaheim, California, 1986. 1986 86/19
Singhal AK. A critical look at the progress in numerical heat transfer and some suggestions for improvement. Journal of Numerical Heat Transfer, Hemisphere, 1985. 1985 85/9
Slotta LS, Wollander JR, Teng CC & Heydarpour J Flow through fish bypass intakes National Conference on Hydraulic Engineering and International Symposium on Model-Prototype Correlations. Colorado Springs, August 8-12, 1988 1988 88/14
Slotta LS. Dredge cutterhead flow processes. Proceedings of Dredging 84 Conference, Florida, November 84. 1984 84/16
Smith AG Some operational considerations of using PHOENICS The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp 1-15, 1996 1996 96/6
Smith AG The prediction of air breathing engine and rocket motor exhaust plume flowfields and infa-red signatures. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 4 , pp 427-451, 1993. 1992 92/29
Smith AG & Kopmels M Modelling of coanda effect devices using PHOENICS. PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 4 Suppl.1, pp 84-119. Published by CHAM 1991 91/33
Smith AG & Kopmels M Prediction of coanda effect flow fields. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 4 , pp 408-426, 1994. 1992 92/39
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Smith AG, Ayris JN & Beasley J The modelling of blast wave propagation using PHOENICS. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No 3, pp 325-341 & Hi-Hx, 1993. 1992 92/28
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Solliec C & Lakenahl D Numerical simulation and wind tunnel measurement of wind flow past round shaped building Presented at the 9th Int. Conference on Wind Engineering , New Delhi 9-13 January 1995. 1995 95/1
Spalding D.B Models of turbulent combustion Proceedings of the 2nd Colloquium on Process Simulation, Espoo, Finland, 6-8 June, 1995 1995 95/2
Spalding DB Multi-fluid turbulent combustion model Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997 1997 97/25
Spalding DB The computation of flow around ships with allowance for free-surface and density-gradient effects Proceedings of the 1st International Maritime Simulation Symposium, Munich, pp 101-113 1985 85/6
Spalding DB Simultaneous fluid-flow, heat-transfer and solid-stress computation in a single computer code Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997 1997 97/37
Spalding DB A conservative low-dispersion algorithm for the reduction of numerical diffusion. Proceedings of 1st ICHMT Numerical Heat Transfer Conference Guildford Surrey, July 22-26 1991. part 11, pp 100-121 1991 91/61
Spalding DB & Beale SB Transient fluid flow and heat transfer in an in-line tube bank. Proceedings of IMechE Conference. Engineering Applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference Volume. pp. 119-132. 1993 93/15
Spalding DB & Fueyo N Two-fluid models of turbulence for single-phase jets and for sprays. Proceedings of 1st ICHMT Numerical Heat Transfer Conference Guildford Surrey, July 22-26 1991. part 11, pp 12-54 1991 91/60
Spalding DB & Malin MR New physical models in PHOENICS 2.0, 2.1 & 2.2 (turbulence models, IPSA improvements, surface to surface radiation, other miscellaneous models and improvements) Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994 1994 94/43
Spalding DB & Tatchell DG. A general-purpose fluid mechanics computer program for turbomachinery applications. 15th CIMAC Congress, Paris, 1983. 1983 83/12
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Spalding DB. The two-fluid model of turbulence applied to combustion phenomena. Proceedings of AIAA 22nd Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, Nevada, Publication AIAA 84-0476, 1984. 1984 84/2
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Spalding DB. Numerical computation of two-phase flow in gun barrels. US Army Workshop on Multiphase Flows, Editor: D.A Drew pp 227-242, 1981. 1981 81/7
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Spalding DB. Modifying a body-fitted-coordinate grid during a PHOENICS computation The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 1 No.1, pp 110-140, 1988. 1988 88/61
Spalding DB. PLANT The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 4, pp 469-475, 1996 1996 96/56
Spalding DB. Computer simulation of turbulent combustion in reciprocating engines. CFDU Imperial College, London. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. 1987 87/44
Spalding DB. Chemical reaction in turbulent fluids. PCH PhysicoChemical Hydrodynamics, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp 323-336, Pergamon Press, 1983. 1983 83/18
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Stassinopoulos A, Etienne P, Murthy A, Cheret JP & Willaime T. Flow simulation over TGV (high speed train). Vol. 4, Suppl.1, pp 1 - 21 PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications. 1991 91/28
Stickland MT, Scanlon TJ, Oldroyd A, Waddell P, Crawley F & Stubbs B An experimental and computational analysis of buoyancy-driven flows by laser sheet tomography, particle image velocimetry and computational fluid dynamics Proceedings, The First Pacific Symposium on Flow Visualisation and Image Processing, Honolulu, February 1997 1997 97/16
Sukarie GJ & Vitzthum KM Automatic model generation for analysis of flow around a ship's hull IABG Germany. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM 1987 87/59
Svensson U Dispersion in a fractured rock. Published in the Proceedings of the 5th International PHOENICS Conference, Nice, 1992 and in The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 6, No. 3 , pp 239-252, 1993. 1992 92/38
Svensson U Numerical modelling of environmental two-phase flows Modelling and Solution Techniques for Multiphase Flow,pp123-148. Harwood Academic Publishers 1988 88/17
Svensson U Modelling groundwater flow on a regional scale Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 4, pp 442-450, 1997. 1997 97/51
Svensson U Flow, pressure and salinity distributions around planned experimental sites at the Aspo hard rock laboratory Progress Report 25-94-11, Aspo Hard Rock Laboratory, Sweden 1994 94/63
Svensson U & Anderson A A numerical model of ice accretion on structures
1990 90/43
Svensson U & Gidhagen L Stratified estuary flows. Comparisons with laboratory experiments Proceedings of the 3rd PHOENICS User Conference-Dubrovnk. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol. 2, No 3, pp 258-271 1989. Published by CHAM 1989 89/32
Svensson U, Ballfalk L & Hammar L A mathematical model of border-ice formations in rivers Cold Regions Science and Technology, 16 1989, pp 179-18 9 1989 89/56
Svensson U. PHOENICS in geophysical fluid dynamics. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp 231-240, 1991. 1991 91/6
Svensson U. The fluid population concept in ground water modelling The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp 378-386, 1996 1996 96/30
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Sweeney MEG, Swann CBG, Kenny RG & Blair GP. Computational fluid dynamics applied to two-stroke engine scavenging. Presented at 1985 International Off-Highway and Powerplant Congress and Exposition, MECCA, Milwaukee, 31291. 1985 85/57
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Tam LT, Przekwas AJ, Hendricks RC, Braun MJ & Mullen RK. Numerical and analytical study of fluid dynamic forces in seals and bearings. Presented at the 11th Biennial ASME Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, 1987. 1987 87/24
Tam LT, Przekwas AJ, Mukerjee T & Costes NC. A multidomain global modeling technique for analysis of space shuttle main engine. Proceedings of AIAA/SAE/ASME/ASEE 23rd Joint Propulsion Conference, June 29- July 2 1987, San Diego, California. 1987 87/66
Tam LT. A numerical solution algorithm for solving equilibrium and non-equilibrium chemistry in laminar and turbulent reacting flows. Proceedings of AIAA/SAE/ASME/ASEE 23rd Joint Propulsion Conference, June 29 - July 2 1987, San Diego, California. 1987 87/65
Tan FL & Fok SC Visualisation of casting process through computer animation Journal of Materials Processing Technology, Vol. PR0057/1-2, pp 201-205, 1996 1996 96/65
Tannous AG Air flow simulation in a minienvironment Solid State Technology, July 1996 1996 96/62
Tansley GD, Edwards RJ & Gentle CR. Role of computational fluid mechanics in the analysis of prosthetic heart valve flows. Med. Biol. & Computing 1988 Vol. 26, pp 175-185. IFMBE, 1988. 1988 88/3
Tansley GD, Edwards RJ, Leefe SE & Gentle CR. Ball occluder instability during forward flow through prosthetic heart valve conduits. Proceedings of X111 Annual Meeting of European Society for Artificial Organs Avignon France 4(2),pp 169-171, 1986. 1986 86/22
Taskinen P Penetration of methane and propane spray as function of the time in the axisymmetric chamber. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications, Vol. 7, No. 2, 1994, pp 124-130 1994 94/10
Tatchell DG. Die Anwendung des Programms PHOENICS in der thermisch-hydraulischen Analyse eines Kernreaktors. Nuclear Reactor Plant. Int. FEM-Congress, Baden-Baden, November 1982, pp 279-303 . 1982 82/16
Taylor K & Smith AG CFD prediction of exhaust plumes and interaction with superstructure Proceedings, 'Application of Fluid Dynamics in the Safe Design of Topsides and Superstructures', The Institute of Marine Engineers, London, 26 February 1997 1997 97/11
Tennant PA A numerical analysis of the influence of internal nozzle geometry on diesel fuel injection. * For copies apply direct to Purdue University* Thesis Purdue University, W Lafayette Indiana, USA 1988 88/38
Theologos KN & Markatos NC. Modelling of vertical pneumatic-conveying hydrodynamics Applied Mathematical Modelling, Vol. 18, pp 306-320 June 1994 1994 94/73
Theologos KN & Markatos NC. Modelling of flow and heat transfer in fluidized catalytic cracking riser-type reactors. Trans I Chem E vol. 70, Part A, May 1992. 1992 92/12
Theologos KN, Markatos NC, Lygeros A & Nikou ID On the simulation of fluid-catalytic-cracking reactors
1995 95/29
Thomas A & Fraser CJ Modelling boundary layer transition using PHOENICS CFD software. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp 169-180, 1996 1996 96/16
Thomas DL & Hornby RP Natural convection cooling of a close-packed array of AGR fuel pins surrounded by graphite debris. Published by Central Electricity Board and National Corporation Ltd. 1989 89/64
Thomson A & Fraser CJ A new approach to calculating the start of transition for engineering flow types Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp 353-363, 1997. 1997 97/30
Thomson A & Fraser CJ Taguchi methods in CFD Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994 1994 94/22
Tinoco H & Hemstrom B Numerical modelling of two-phase flow in the upper plenum of a bwr by a three dimensional two-fluid model Published by Elsevier Science Publishing. Engineering Turbulence Modelling and Experiments 1990 90/36
Torvik, R, Gravdahl AR & Fredriksen GR Design of HPPE stirred autoclaves using 3D computational fluid dynamics DECHEMA Monographs vo;. 131 - VCH Verlagsgesellschaft 1995 1995 95/57
Triboix A & Lenant Y Une methode de prise en compte des echanges radiatifs entre parois au sein d'un code de calcul de dynamique des fluides. Application a un nouveau procede de climatisation: "plafond diffusant". Sent to "Revue generale Thermique" 1993. 1993 93/35
Triboix A, Dondainas N & Coulibaly A An algorithm for body fitted coordinate generation using analogy with flow in porous media. Presented at the 5th International PHOENICS User Conference, Nice, September 1992. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Conference 1992, pre-print papers, Vol. 6, No 2 1993, pp 253-269. 1992 92/40
Truelove JS Prediction of the near-burner flow and combustion in swirling pulverized-coal flames. 21st Symposium on Combustion - The Combustion Institute 1986, pp 275 - 284 1986 86/27
Truelove JS *** Three-dimensional radiation in absorbing-emitting-scattering media using the discrete-ordinates approximation. J Quant Spectrose Radiat Transfer Vol. 39, No. 1, pp 27- 31, 1988 1988 88/46
Truelove JS & Williams RG Coal combustion models for flame scaling. 22nd Symposium on Combustion - The Combustion Institute 1988, pp 155-164 1988 88/47
Tsai R & Mills AF Modeling of electrostatic precipitators. Internal report. University of California, Los Angeles, California USA 1991 91/77
Tsai R & Mills AF. A model of particle re-entrainment in electrostatic precipitators. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp 392-420, 1991. 1991 91/2
Turkoglu H & Farouk B. Effect of gas injection velocity on mixing and heat transfer in molten steel baths. Numerical Heat Transfer Part A, Vol 21, pp 377-399, 1992. 1992 92/13
Turrillas X, Tarling S, Barnes P, Steiner HJ & Fueyo N A new experimental set up for powder x-ray diffraction at high temperature. Internal report. In order: Industrial Materials Group, Dept. of Materials, I.C.S.T.M., CHAM 1993 93/3
Uhlenwinkel V, Bauckhage K & Fritsching U. Investigations on the atomization of molten metals: the coaxial jet and the gas flow in the nozzle vicinity. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications Vol. 5, No 1, pp 81-98, 1992. 1992 92/5
Uppstu E, Hyoty P, Karvinen R & Siiskonen P Alternative air supply system for recovery boilers. Pulp and Paper Canada, 92. pp 48-51 1991 91/42
Vaarno J, Pitkala J, Ahokainen T & Jokilaakso A A cold model of gas injection in a Peirce-Smith converter Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp 297-312, 1997. 1997 97/32
Vaitiekunas P & Katinas V & Zukauskas A Simulation of turbulent recirculating flow using PHOENICS The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 2, pp 293-307, 1996 1996 96/23
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van den Berg AC. A three dimensional model of the flow and tracer dispersion in the tundish of a billet caster for steel production. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp 51-73, 1991. 1991 91/13
van den Berghe CS PHOENICS SIMD parallelisation - DAP PHOENICS Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994. 1994 94/27
van den Berghe CS & Baltas ND DAP PHOENICS: Porting a CFD code to a SIMD computer Simulation Practice and Theory 3, pp239-256, 1995 1995 95/21
van den Berghe CS & Baltas ND DAP PHOENICS: Porting a CFD code to a SIMD Computer. Proceedings Int. Conf.. Massively Parallel Processing 21- 23 June at TU Delft. Also published in: Simulation Practice and Theory, Elsevier, 1995. 1994 94/13
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van Essen D, Kupers G & Mes H Thermal Hydraulic modelling studies on heat exchanging components Notes on Numerical fluid Mechanics, Vol. 17, Ed. P Wesselng. Published Griedr. Vieweg & Sohn VmbH, raunschweig, 1987 1987 87/33
Vanormelingen J & van den Bulck E A study of flow structure and dispersion in cylindrical furnaces The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 8 No. 1, pp 91-104, 1995 1995 95/36
Vanormelingen J & van den Bulck E. Optimized combustion in grate fired combustion systems Submitted for the 3rd European Conference on Industrial Furnaces and Boilers, Lisbon, April 18-21, 1995 1995 95/58
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Yashkin MI & Zhubrin SV An application of DELA model to the cryogenic wind tunnel simulation. Internal report. (Yashkin) Moscow Energy Institute. (Zhubrin) CHAM MEI, 111116 Box, 555 Energeticheskay str 8-1, Moscow, Russia. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 7 No. 1, pp 58-75 1992 92/48
Yi Z Three dimensional turbulent flow simulation in a mixed-flow pump. Thesis, University of Strathclyde, June 1992 1992 92/56
Youn B & Mills AF Cooling panel optimization for the active cooling system of a hypersonic aircraft The Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp136-142, 1995. 1995 95/32
Youn B & Mills AF. Variable property flow in rectangular ducts with repeated rectangular rib roughness. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 5, No 2, pp 175-232, 1992. 1992 92/16
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Zhang Q & Davies GA Simulation of two-phase flow in a cross flow separator The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 1, pp 139-156, 1996 1996 96/14
Zhubrin S ROSA: River oil spill analyser Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp 51-64, 1998. 1997 97/52
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Zhubrin SV The computer simulation in forecasting effects of oil discharge accidents on underwater pipelines (in Russian) Published in 'Oil Pipe Transport', N5, pp 20-29, 1995 1995 95/61
Zhubrin SV PHOENICS in forecasting the transport and fate of pollutants in rivers PHOENICS User Conference, Atlanta, GA USA, March 1996 1996 96/5
Zhubrin SV & Khrupov AP Airborne pollution dispersion in urban area (in Russian) Published in 'Vestnik MEI', N3, pp 11-21, 1995 1995 95/60
Zhubrin SV, Pavitskiy NI & Yashkin MI Computer simulation standardized by PHOENICS interfaces: feasibility study of model for two-phase flow calculations. Published in the Proceedings of the 1st ICHMT International Numerical Heat Transfer Conference and Software Show, July 22-26 1991, Guildford, Sy, pp 76-89, part I 1991 91/80
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