The Openpipeflow Navier–Stokes solver. Pipelines are used in a huge range of industrial processes involving fluids, and the ability to accurately predict properties of the flow through a pipe is of fundamental engineering importance. Armed with parallel MPI, Arnoldi and Newton–Krylov solvers, the Openpipeflow code can be used in a range of settings, from large-scale simulation of highly turbulent flow, to the detailed analysis of nonlinear invariant solutions (equilibria and periodic orbits) and their influence on the dynamics of the flow.
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- Cerbus, R. T.; Sakakibara, J.; Gioia, G.; Chakraborty, P.: The turbulent flow in a slug: a re-examination (2020)
- Jose Manuel López; Daniel Feldmann; Markus Rampp; Alberto Vela-Martín; Liang Shie; Marc Avila: nsCouette - A high-performance code for direct numerical simulations of turbulent Taylor-Couette flow (2020) not zbMATH
- Xiao, Xiangkai; Song, Baofang: The growth mechanism of turbulent bands in channel flow at low Reynolds numbers (2020)
- Lopez, Jose M.; Choueiri, George H.; Hof, Björn: Dynamics of viscoelastic pipe flow at low Reynolds numbers in the maximum drag reduction limit (2019)
- Marensi, Elena; Willis, Ashley P.; Kerswell, Rich R.: Stabilisation and drag reduction of pipe flows by flattening the base profile (2019)
- Xu, Duo; Avila, Marc: The effect of pulsation frequency on transition in pulsatile pipe flow (2018)
- Ashley P.Willis: The Openpipeflow Navier-Stokes solver (2017) not zbMATH
- Budanur, N. Burak; Hof, B.: Heteroclinic path to spatially localized chaos in pipe flow (2017)
- Willis, A. P.; Duguet, Y.; Omel’Chenko, O.; Wolfrum, M.: Surfing the edge: using feedback control to find nonlinear solutions (2017)