Encyclopaedia Index
Marine/Offshore
Authors Title Publication Ref.
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 97/9
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 97/8
Malin MR Modelling flow in an experimental marine condenser International Communications in Heat & Mass Transfer, Vol. 24 no. 5, pp597-608, 1997 97/6
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. 97/56
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. 97/52
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. 97/47
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 97/11
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 97/10
Zhubrin SV PHOENICS in forecasting the transport and fate of pollutants in rivers PHOENICS User Conference, Atlanta, GA USA, March 1996 96/5
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 95/61
Atkinson G A numerical model for predicting sediment exclusion at intakes Internal Report OD130, HR Wallingford 95/13
Petersen O & Larsen T Dilution of dense bottom plumes in turbulent currents Proceedings, 4th International Symposium on Statified Flows, Vol. 3. Grenoble, France 94/52
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 94/18
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. 92/4
Atkinson E Predicting the performance of sediment control devices at intakes Published by Hydraulics Research, Wallingford, Berks (Technical Note OD/TN 417 January 1989) 89/61
Gidhagen L, Rahm L & Nyberg L Lagrangian modelling of dispersion, sedimentation and re-suspension processes in marine environments SMHI. Deutsche Hydrograph Zeitschrift. 89/57
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 89/32
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 89/31
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 87/48
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. 87/35
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. 87/15
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. 87/14
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 85/6
Larsson R. Secondary currents in channels generated by the earth's rotation. WREL Research Report Series A No 134, 1985. 85/59
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. 85/52
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 85/5
Janson CE & Larsson L. Ship flow calculations using the PHOENICS computer code. Proceedings of 2nd International Symposium on Ship Viscous Resistance, Goteborg, Sweden, 1985. 85/4
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. 84/6
Everett MG, Finney RD & Markatos NC. Computer simulation of flow in aeration basins . Thames Polytechnic, School of Mathematics, Statistics and Computing, Technical Report. 84/14
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. 82/10