# On Determination of Turbulence Model Coefficients for Anisotropic Reynolds Stress Closure Model

*In this paper, the determination of turbulence model coefficients for anisotropic Reynolds stress model is discussed. The proposed model includes anisotropic Reynolds stress modeling and...*

The Moving Contact Line

*The flow field around the moving contact line, generated by an impulsive, horizontal motion of a vertical plate, is studied numerically. The two-dimensional, unsteady Navier-Stokes equations,...*

Interaction of Viscous Free-Surface Flow with Submerged Structure

*The fully-transformed unsteady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations are solved numerically in a time-dependent boundary-fitted coordinate system. In addition, the complete viscous free-surface...*

Numerical Modeling of Air Bubble Transport in Spillway Flow Downstream from Aerator

*A simple numerical model for simulation of air bubble transport in the flow downstream from an aerator is constructed and compared with laboratory experiments. The model consists of two...*

Perturbation Solution to 3-D Nonlinear Cavity Flow Problems

*A 3-D nonlinear problem of fully cavitating flow past an axisymmetric body at a small angle of attack is investigated by the perturbation method. The first three order perturbation equations...*

Computation of Wind Flow Around a Building

*A numerical investigation of wind flow around a three-dimensional building is presented by solving weakly compressible flow equations, together with Smogrinsky's subgrid-scale...*

A Compact Nonlinear Solution Method for Two Phase Stefan Problems

*Finite element formulations for fluid filling problems with solidification are derived using previously developed unified transformation techniques. The nonlinear formulation for two phase...*

Numerical Simulation of Dam-Breaking Waves

*Recently, as a high-resolution numerical technique, the Total Variation Diminishing (TVD) method is applied to Aerodynamic shock problems successfully. In this paper, a Total Variation...*

Parametric Excitation of Collapsible Latex Tubes

*In 1985, Liu and Ding (1989) made an experiment of collapsible tubes containing a pulsatile flow. A latex tube is sealed up in a plexiglass chamber. If the transmural pressure (TP) of...*

Numerical Modeling of Pollutant Transport in Estuaries

*A robust numerical solution to the pollutant transport phenomenon in an estuary is presented. The fractional step algorithm is employed to split the physical process into convection step...*

Assessment of Left Ventricular Flow Dynamics Using the Finite Analytic Method: Potential for Clinical Applications

*Left ventricular (LV) function is traditionally assessed from chamber wall motion, rheological properties of the myocardium, and invasive measurements of chamber pressure. In order to...*

Effect of Stenotic Geometry on Blood Flow Behavior

*The dynamic characteristics of the blood flow is affected by the area reduction of stenosis. To estimate the severity of stenosis, the information about the geometry should also be accounted....*

Simulation of Blood-Heart Interaction: Validation of Approach

*An existing pressure correction method to model unsteady flow with arbitrarily moving boundaries has been adapted to simulate the interaction of three-dimensional blood flow with a mitral...*

Three-Dimensional Blood Flows Associated with Intra-Aortic Balloon Counterpulsation

*Three-dimensional blood flow processes associated with intra-aortic balloon counterpuslation (IABP) are calculated using a Cray YMP supercomputer. The mathematical model incorporates a...*

A Computer Simulation of the Blood Flow at the Aortic Bifurcation with Flexible Walls

*To understand the possible role of hemodynamics in the atherogenesis, especially the effect of the flexibility of the arteries, a two-dimensional numerical model for the blood flow at...*

Finite Analytic Explicit Scheme for Viscous Burgers' Equation

*Burgers' equation is numerically analyzed by finite analytic method. The basic idea of finite analytic method is to incorporate the analytic solution of partial differential...*

Spatial Coherence in the Chaotic Dynamics of Multi-Degree-of-Freedom Elastic Impact Oscillators

*In this paper, we describe a method for estimating the number of degrees of freedom needed to adequately model nonlinear structural systems. We apply the method to the study of chaotic...*

Geometry of Yield Surfaces for Frictional Flow of Granular Materials

*In the frictional flow regime, the discrete particles which compose of granular material roll or slide over one another, maintaining essentially continuous contact. Many theorists, including...*

Instability in Granular Chute Flows

*Numerical simulations showed that granular flows in a vertical chute can flow as a steady, uniform stream or as an intermittent slug flow. In numerical experiments slugs or grouping of...*

Microstructure and Stress Differences in Shearing Flows

*Steady shearing flows of highly inelastic particles are simulated using rigid and slightly deformable sphere models. Large first normal stress differences in small systems are observed,...*

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