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7. References

Agonafer D, Liao G-Li, Spalding DB (1996) "The LVEL turbulence model for conjugate heat transfer at low Reynolds numbers" EEP6, ASME International Mechanical Congress and Exposition, Atlanta

Dopazo C and O'Brien EE (1974) Acta Astronautica vol 1, p1239

Kolmogorov AN (1942) "Equations of motion of an incompressible turbulent fluid"; Izv Akad Nauk SSSR Ser Phys VI No 1-2, p56

Lam CKG and Bremhorst K (1981) ' A modified form of the k-e model for predicting wall turbulence', ASME J Fluids Engng, Vol 103, p456.

Pope SB (1982) Combustion Science and Technology vol 28, p131

Spalding DB (1987) "A turbulence model for buoyant and combusting flows"; International J for Numerical Methods in Engineering vol 24, pp 1-23

Spalding DB (1994) Poster Session. International Heat Transfer Conference, Institute of Chemical Engineers, London. See also: PHOENICS Encyclopaedia, article on Turbulence Models in PHOENICS, section on LVEL.

Spalding DB (1995) "Models of turbulent combustion" Proc. 2nd Colloquium on Process Simulation, pp 1-15; Helsinki University of Technology, Espoo, Finland

Spalding DB (1996) "PHOENICS Encyclopaedia, article on Radiation Models in PHOENICS, section on IMMERSOL"

Spalding DB 1997, "Simultaneous fluid-flow, heat-transfer and solid- stress computation in a single computer code"; keynote lecture 4th International Colloquium on Process Simulation, Helsinki University of Technology, Espoo, Finland

Yang G, Causon DM, Ingram DM, Saunders R and Batten P, 1997a "A cartesian cut cell method for compressible problems. Part A: static-body problems; part B: moving-body problems" Aero J Roy Aero Soc Feb 1997 pp 47-65

Yang G, Causon DM, Ingram DM, 1997, "Calculation of 3-D compresible flows around moving bodies"; 21st International Symposium on Shock Waves, Australia, July 20-25 Back to top

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