Encyclopaedia Index
Turbulence
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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 98/07
Malin MR. Turbulent pipe flow of Herschel-Bulkley fluids. Int. Comm. Heat Mass Transfer, Vol. 25, No. 3, pp. 321-330, 1998. Pergamon. 98/03
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. 98/02
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 97/7
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. 97/60
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. 97/49
Filho RM, Nunhez JR & Bezerra VM. Methodology of obtaining CFD results in stirred tank applications Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997 97/38
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 97/37
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 97/34
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. 97/33
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. 97/30
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 97/28
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. 97/27
Villafruela JM, Mendez C, Sanchez LM & Castro F Bidimensional wake modelling of slender ornamental objects Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997 97/26
Spalding DB Multi-fluid turbulent combustion model Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997 97/25
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. 97/24
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. 97/22
Sennoun MH, Charette A & Potocnik V New turbulent combustion models in PHOENICS 2.1 Proceedings, 'Seventh International PHOENICS User Conference', Seville, May 1997. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp25-50, 1998. 97/20
Scanlon TJ A numerical analysis of flow and dispersion around a cube
97/17
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 97/16
Fraser SM Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) - Is it more than "Colourful Fluid Dynamics"
97/12
Semin VA & Spalding DB The car-body and stirred-reactor: WUA-CFD test cases, performed by PHOENICS The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 10 No. 1, pp 1-16, 1997 97/1
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 96/9
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 96/8
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 96/58
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 96/52
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 96/51
Chen Q Prediction of room air motion by Reynolds-stress models Building and Environment, Vol. 31, pp233-244, 1996 96/48
Kumar C, Kumaran G & Ranade VV. Fluid dynamic modelling of standard and slotted orifice flow meters
96/45
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 96/42
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 96/36
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 96/35
Jeong KT & Huh KY. Comparison of turbulent diffusion combustion models and application to a gas Burner with PHOENICS-2.1. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 3, pp 424-433, 1996 96/33
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 96/30
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 96/29
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 96/25
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 96/23
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 96/21
Huang L, Wen JX, Karayiannis TG & Mathews RD CFD modelling of fluid flow and heat transfer in a shell and tube heat exchanger The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 9 No. 2, pp 181-209, 1996 96/17
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 96/16
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 96/13
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 96/12
Yakushin AA, Yaskin MI & Zhubrin SV Practical evaluation of turbulent models applied to wind turbine wakes calculations Presented at "Wind energy applications in non-flat and complex terrain" workshop, Kaiserslautern, 16-17 February 1995 95/55
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 95/40
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 95/37
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 95/27
Waterson NP & Deconinck H A unified approach to the design and application of bounded higher-order convection schemes The 9th International Conference on Numerical Methods in Laminar and Turbulent Flow, Atlanta, Georgia, 10-14 July 1995 95/26
Spalding D.B Models of turbulent combustion Proceedings of the 2nd Colloquium on Process Simulation, Espoo, Finland, 6-8 June, 1995 95/2
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 95/19
Markatos NC & Kotsifaki CA. One-dimensional, two-fluid modelling of turbulent, premixed flames Applied Mathematical Modelling, vol. 18, pp 646-657, 1994 94/72
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. 94/70
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 94/66
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 94/64
Huang PC, Heberlein J & Pfender E A two-fluid model of turbulence for a thermal plasma jet Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing, Vol. 15 no. 1, 1995 94/58
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. 94/54
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 94/53
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
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 94/50
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 94/43
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 94/37
Critten DL Some new ideas about turbulence. Speculations in Science and Technology, 1993 Vol. 16, No 2, page 93 93/8
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. 93/43
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 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 93/40
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. 93/30
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 93/16
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. 93/14
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 92/9
Verlaan CCJ, van der Aart MF & de Graauw J Evaluation of the accuracy of the k-epsilon model for rectangular channel flow. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 5, No 3, pp 281-293 92/8
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 92/65
Petersen O Applications of turbulence models for transport of dissolved pollutants and particles Dissertation, Department of Civil Engineering, Aalborg University, Denmark. 92/63
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 92/61
Bradley D, Lau AKC & Lawes M Flame stretch rate as a determinate of turbulent burning velocity.
92/60
Zhubrin S & Yakushin A. Calculations of steady three-dimensional turbulent flow and heat transfer in model reservoir. The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 5, No. 4, pp 381-420,1992. 92/58
Yi Z Three dimensional turbulent flow simulation in a mixed-flow pump. Thesis, University of Strathclyde, June 1992 92/56
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 92/43
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. 92/33
Janssen G, Lamers A & Jansen J A numerical parameter study for a turbulent backward facing step problem. 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. 5, No. 4, pp370-380, 1992 and Vol. 6, No. 2, pp 144-154, 1993. 92/32
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 92/22
Chen Q & Jiang Z Significant questions in predicting room air motion. ASHRAE Vol. 98, Part 1 1992 92/18
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 92/17
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. 92/11
Chen H-B Turbulent buoyant jets and plumes in flowing ambient environments Series paper 3, Department of Civil Engineering, Aalborg University, Denmark, August 1991 91/86
Chen HB, Larsen T & Petersen O Turbulent buoyant jets in flowing ambients Environmental Hydraulics, vol. 1, pp 97-102 Balkema, Rotterdam 91/82
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 91/79
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. 91/71
Elghobashi S Particle-laden turbulent flows: direct simulation and closure models. Applied Scientific Research 48, 301-314, 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. 91/66
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 91/60
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. 91/40
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. 91/38
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. 91/37
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. 91/27
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. 91/26
Viachos NS Multidomain analysis of turbulent separated flows. Presented at the 4th International PHOENICS User Conference, Miami Florida, April 1991 91/23
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. 91/22
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. 91/10
Watt RM. Computational modelling of Coriolis mass flowmeters North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop, 23-25 October 1990 90/71
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 90/68
Petersen O Note on numerical turbulence models (in Danish) Department of Civil Engineering, Aalborg University, Denmark. 90/67
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 90/48
Choo RTC & Szekely J The possible role of turbulence in weld pool behaviour Submitted to the Welding Journal 90/30
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 90/26
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. 90/23
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. 90/21
Hart D & Porter D Computational fluid modelling of a fermenter off-gas cyclonic separator. Proceedings: Vth World Filtration Congress 90/17
Weicheng F & Hui Z. A two-fluid model of turbulent combustion. University of Science and Technology of China, 1990. 90/14
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. 90/13
Nizou PY & Malin MR. Modelisation de transfert de chaleur en jet partictal turbulent. Proceedings of S.F.T Symposium Universite de Nantes, France, 1990. 90/12
Malin MR Analysis of turbulent forced plumes into a stable environment Applied Mathematical Modelling 1989, Vol. 13, February, pp 122-126. Published by Butterworth 89/9
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) 89/71
Lawrence SP *** Turbulence modelling in naturally convecting fluids. Published by Culham Laboratory, Abingdon, Oxford (Ref CLM - R292) 89/70
Chyou YP & Pfender E Modeling of plasma jets with superimposed vortex flow. Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing, Vol. 9, No. 2 1989 89/69
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. 89/66
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 89/51
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 89/38
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 89/37
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 89/36
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 89/20
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 89/16
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 89/14
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 89/11
Rosten HI & Worrell JK Generalised wall functions for turbulent flow The PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol.1, No. 1, pp 81-109, 1988. 88/60
Malin MR Prediction of radially spreading turbulent jets AIAA Journal Vol. 26, No 6, pp 750-752 88/40
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. 88/26
Villasenor F & Radosavljevic D Numerical simulations of flat-plate turbulent boundary layer in supersonic flow PHOENICS Journal on Computational Fluid Dynamics and Its Applications Vol1, No 2, pp 141-213. Published by CHAM 88/21
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 88/20
Wu JZ The application of the two-fluid model of turbulence to ducted flames. PHOENICS Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications, Vol. 1, No 1, pp 8-58. Published by CHAM 88/19
Crespo A, Hernandez J & Luken E Validation of turbulence models of wind turbine wakes Proceedings of Wind Energy Conference, Herning, Denmark 88/10
Shah P & Markatos NC. On the 2d and 3d computer analysis of turbulence internal combustion engines. Presented at the ASME Energy Sources Technology Conference and Exhibition, Dallas, Texas. ASME paper 87-FE-12, 1987. 87/7
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. 87/65
Spalding DB & Wu JZ The application of the two-fluid model of turbulence to flows over a backward-facing step Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings. 87/62
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. 87/6
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. 87/53
Glynn DR & Kalsi HS. Numerical prediction of flow in a fluidic oscillator . Proceedings of 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. 87/52
Spalding DB. Computer simulation of turbulent combustion in reciprocating engines. CFDU Imperial College, London. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. 87/44
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. 87/4
Rutberg J, Jojansson G & Olsson E Calculation of the flow field behind a bluff body Chalmers University, Sweden. Presented at the 2nd International PHOENICS User Conference, November 1987. Published in Proceedings, CHAM 87/38
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
Ilegbusi OJ & Spalding DB. Application of a two-fluid model of turbulence to turbulent flows in conduits and free shear-layers. Proceedings of PCH 6th International Conference, Oxford. PCH Vol. 9, No 1/2, pp 161-181, 1987. 87/32
Ilegbusi JO. A two-fluid model of turbulence-application to near-wall flows. Proceedings of PCH 6th International Conference, Oxford. PCH Vol. 9, No 1/2, pp 127-160, Pergamon Press, 1987. 87/31
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. 87/28
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. 87/23
Malin MR. The decay of mean and turbulent quantities in vertical forced plumes. Applied Math. Modelling Vol. II, pp 301-314, Butterworths, 1987. 87/19
Malin MR. On the calculation of heat transfer rates in fully turbulent wall flows. Applied Math. Modelling Vol. II, pp 281-284, Butterworths,1987. 87/18
Nallasamy M. Computation of confined turbulent coaxial jet flows. Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 3, No 3,pp 263-268, 1987. 87/11
Markatos NC. The mathematical modelling of turbulent flows. Appl. Math Modelling Vol. 10, pp 190-220, June 1986 . 86/8
Larsson R Coriolis generated secondary currents and their effects on turbulent channel flow WREL Report Series A No 143, 1986. 86/6
Markatos NC & Pericleous KA. A two-fluid model of turbulence applied to simulation of fires Numerical Mathematics and Applications, 1986 86/29
Szekely J & El Kaddah N. The mathematical modelling of three-dimensional heat flow, fluid flow and turbulence phenomena in tundishes. Internal report. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Szekely) and Dept. of Metallurgical Engineering of University of Alabama (Kaddah), 1986. 86/25
Kawamura T and K Kuwahara (Univ. of Tokyo and Institute of Direct Simulation of a Turbulent Inner Flow by Finite- Difference Method Space/Astronautical Science, Tokyo) Presented at AIAA 23rd Aerospace Sciences Meeting January 14-17 1985, Reno Nevada 85/73
Andreasson P. Numerisk simulering av stromning i en konisk diffusor. WREL Report Series B No 28, Abstract in English, 1985. 85/58
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. 85/39
Shah P & Markatos NC. On the 2d and 3d computer analysis of turbulent flow in internal combustion engines. Proceedings published Lecture Notes in Engineering 18,pp 56-72 1986. Presented at the 1st International PHOENICS User Conference, Dartford, Kent 1985. 85/37
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. 85/3
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. 85/3
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. 85/26
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. 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. 85/2
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. 85/15
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. 84/8
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 84/28
Hong SK, Murthy SNB & Warner CF. Jet through a wall protrusion in a cross-flow. Proceedings of AIAA/SAE/ASME 20th Joint Propulsion Conference, Cincinatti Ohio, June 1984. 84/27
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. 84/2
Ilegbusi JO & Spalding DB. A steady-unsteady visualization technique for wake-flow studies. J Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 139, pp 435-441, 1984. 84/19
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. 84/18
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. 84/13
Markatos NC. Computer simulation of turbulent fluid flow in chemical reactors. Advances in Engineering Software, Vol. 5, No 1, pp 32-38, 1983. 83/5
Spalding DB. Chemical reaction in turbulent fluids. PCH PhysicoChemical Hydrodynamics, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp 323-336, Pergamon Press, 1983. 83/18
Ilegbusi JO & Spalding DB. An improved version of the k-w model of turbulence. Proceedings of 21st Heat Transfer Conference, Seattle, ASME/AlChE, 1983. 83/16
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 . 82/11
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. 81/3
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. 81/1