# Main ContribPapers

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This page is for papers about OpenFOAM. Just put a link to your uploaded paper in the list below. It will be structured once there are sufficient papers here. If a link to an external sitze is added, please add the complete name of the paper and the authors to make it possible to find it in the case of the link being dead.

## Contents

## 1 Reports

- How OpenFOAM does Rhie-Chow written by Fabian Peng Karrholm, Chalmers University
- Object-Oriented Multi-Physics Applied to Spatial Reactor Dynamics written by Ivor Clifford, North West University
- Technical report on interTrackFoam written by Anders Rynell, Chalmers University
- PhD thesis on FSI using OpenFOAM, written by Rob Campbell, Penn State University

## 2 Papers tagged with OpenFOAM

## 3 The original paper outlining OpenFOAM:

- H.G. Weller, G. Tabor, H. Jasak, and C. Fureby. A tensorial approach to computational continuum mechanics using object orientated techniques. Computers in Physics, 12(6):620 - 631, 1998.

## 4 Other papers originally listed at the old http://www.nabla.co.uk site:

- C. Fureby, A.D. Gosman, G. Tabor, H. G. Weller, N. Sandham, and M. Wolfsthein. Large eddy simulation of turbulent channel flows. In Proceedings of Turbulent Shear Flows 11, volume 3, pages 28-13, 1997.
- C. Fureby, G. Tabor, H.G. Weller, and A.D. Gosman. A comparative study of sub-grid scale models in homogeneous isotropic turbulence. Phys. Fluids, 9(5):1416-1429, May 1997.
- C.J. Greenshields, H.G. Weller, and A. Ivankovic. The finite volume method for coupled fluid flow and stress analysis. Computer modelling and simulation in engineering, 4:213-218, 1999.
- J.K. Hutchings, H. Jasak, and S. Laxon. A finite volume viscous-plastic sea ice model. Presented at European Geophysical Society XXV General Assembly and Geophysical Research Abstracts. Part II: Hydrology, Oceans & Atmosphere, http://134.76.234.216/ScientificProgramme/overview.htm, April 2000.
- J.K. Hutchings, H. Jasak, and S. Laxon. An ice strength implicit successive correction scheme for the viscous-plastic sea ice model. Presented at European Geophysical Society XXV General Assembly and Geophysical Research Abstracts. Part II: Hydrology, Oceans & Atmosphere, http://134.76.234.216/ScientificProgramme/overview.htm, April 2000.
- H. Jasak. Error analysis and estimation in the Finite Volume method with applications to fluid flows. PhD thesis, Imperial College, University of London, 1996.
- H. Jasak and A.D. Gosman. Local problem error estimate in finite volume discretisation. Submitted to Computers and Fluids, May 1998.
- H. Jasak and A.D. Gosman. Automatic resolution control for the finite volume method. part 1: A-posteriori error estimates. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, 38(3):237-256, September 2000.
- H. Jasak and A.D. Gosman. Automatic resolution control for the finite volume method. part 2: Adaptive mesh refinement. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, 38(3):257-272, September 2000.
- H. Jasak and A.D. Gosman. Automatic resolution control for the finite volume method. part 3: Turbulent flow application. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, 38(3):273-290, September 2000.
- H. Jasak and A.D. Gosman. Residual error estimate for the finite volume method. Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids, 39:1-19, 2001.
- H. Jasak and H.G. Weller. Interface-tracking capabilities of the intergamma differencing scheme. Internal Report, CFD research group, Imperial College, London, February 1995.
- H. Jasak and H.G. Weller. Application of the finite volume method and unstructured meshes to linear elasticity. Int. J. Num. Meth. Engineering, 48(2):267-287, 2000.
- H. Jasak and H.G. Weller. Finite volume methodology for contact problems of linear elastic solids. In Proceedings of 3rd International Conference of Croatian Society of Mechanics, Cavtat/Dubrovnik, pages 253-260, September 2000.

- H. Jasak, H.G. Weller, and A.D. Gosman. High resolution nvd differencing scheme for arbitrarily unstructured meshes. Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids, 31:431-449, 1999.

- H.G. Weller. The development of a new flame area combustion model using conditional averaging. Thermo-Fluids Section Report TF 9307, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, March 1993.
- H.G. Weller, G. Tabor, A.D. Gosman, and C. Fureby. Application of a flame-wrinkling les combustion model to a turbulent mixing layer. To appear in the proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Combustion Symposium (International), 1998.