Encyclopaedia Index
Miscellaneous
Authors Title Publication Ref.
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 98/06
Fraser SM Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) - Is it more than "Colourful Fluid Dynamics"
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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 96/7
Spalding DB. PLANT The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 4, pp 469-475, 1996 96/56
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 95/5
van den Berghe CS & Baltas ND DAP PHOENICS: Porting a CFD code to a SIMD computer Simulation Practice and Theory 3, pp239-256, 1995 95/21
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. 94/75
Waterson NP Development of a bounded higher-order convection scheme for general industrial applications Project Report 1994-33, von Karman Institute for fluid dynamics, Belgium, 1994 94/67
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. 94/6
Owen BJ The use of PHOENICS within Strachen and Henshaw Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994 94/34
Young C Interfacing using the GENIE system 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 1-7 94/28
van den Berghe CS PHOENICS SIMD parallelisation - DAP PHOENICS Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994. 94/27
Karayannis A New PHOENICS-CAD interface Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994. 94/26
Thomson A & Fraser CJ Taguchi methods in CFD Presented at the Warwick User Conference 16-18 November 1994 94/22
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 94/16
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. 94/14
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. 94/13
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. 94/12
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 93/29
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 93/28
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 93/21
Boparai MK. Personal experiences in the use of PHOENICS. CFD Community Club Steering Group Notes. Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, 1992. 92/6
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 92/44
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 92/42
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 92/15
Maeda T Addendum PHOENICS-MHD programmers manual. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 5 No 3, pp 313-323 92/10
Emslie SV. The role of cfd modelling in design for safety and environmental management.
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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. 91/50
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. 91/3
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. 91/19
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. 90/9
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. 90/3
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. 90/20
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 89/8
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 89/73
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 89/67
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 89/3
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 89/2
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 88/63
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.
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Cooper RK Computational fluid dynamics on a transputer network final report.
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Cooper RK Successive over-relaxation on a transputer network.
88/54
Clegg DB & Richmond AN Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations for initial value problems.
88/53
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. 88/52
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 88/51
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. 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 88/49
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 88/39
Castrejon A. The pioneering use of PHOENICS in Mexico. Proceedings of the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. 87/60
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. 86/16
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. 85/69
Visser AH. PHOENICS applications at the delft university of technology. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent, 1985. 85/65
Andreasson P. Numerisk simulering av stromning i en konisk diffusor. WREL Report Series B No 28, Abstract in English, 1985. 85/58
Svensson U. *** PHOENICS in environmental flows. A review of applications at SMHI. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18, pp 87-96, 1986. 85/53
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. 83/8
Rosten HI, Spalding DB & Tatchell DG. PHOENICS: a general-purpose program for fluid-flow, heat transfer and chemical-reaction processes. Published by CHAM, 1983. 83/11
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 . 83/1
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 82/7