Fabian Denner
Fabian Denner
Junior Professor of Multiphase Flow Modelling, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg
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Fully-coupled balanced-force VOF framework for arbitrary meshes with least-squares curvature evaluation from volume fractions
F Denner, BGM van Wachem
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Fundamentals 65 (3), 218-255, 2014
902014
Numerical time-step restrictions as a result of capillary waves
F Denner, BGM van Wachem
Journal of Computational Physics 285, 24-40, 2015
762015
Compressive VOF method with skewness correction to capture sharp interfaces on arbitrary meshes
F Denner, BGM van Wachem
Journal of computational physics 279, 127-144, 2014
472014
Comparative study of mass-conserving interface capturing frameworks for two-phase flows with surface tension
F Denner, DR van der Heul, GT Oud, MM Villar, A da Silveira Neto, ...
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 61, 37-47, 2014
412014
Fully-coupled pressure-based finite-volume framework for the simulation of fluid flows at all speeds in complex geometries
CN Xiao, F Denner, BGM van Wachem
Journal of Computational Physics 346, 91-130, 2017
382017
Detailed hydrodynamic characterization of harmonically excited falling-film flows: A combined experimental and computational study
A Charogiannis, F Denner, BGM van Wachem, S Kalliadasis, ...
Physical Review Fluids 2 (1), 014002, 2017
372017
TVD differencing on three-dimensional unstructured meshes with monotonicity-preserving correction of mesh skewness
F Denner, BGM van Wachem
Journal of Computational Physics 298, 466-479, 2015
352015
Solitary waves on falling liquid films in the inertia-dominated regime
F Denner, A Charogiannis, M Pradas, CN Markides, BGM van Wachem, ...
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 837, 491-519, 2018
332018
Pressure-based algorithm for compressible interfacial flows with acoustically-conservative interface discretisation
F Denner, CN Xiao, BGM van Wachem
Journal of Computational Physics 367, 192-234, 2018
232018
Frequency dispersion of small-amplitude capillary waves in viscous fluids
F Denner
Physical Review E 94 (2), 023110, 2016
232016
Self-similarity of solitary waves on inertia-dominated falling liquid films
F Denner, M Pradas, A Charogiannis, CN Markides, BGM van Wachem, ...
Physical Review E 93 (3), 033121, 2016
232016
On the convolution of fluid properties and surface force for interface capturing methods
F Denner, BGM van Wachem
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 54, 61-64, 2013
202013
Experimental investigations of liquid falling films flowing under an inclined planar substrate
A Charogiannis, F Denner, BGM van Wachem, S Kalliadasis, B Scheid, ...
Physical Review Fluids 3 (11), 114002, 2018
172018
Estimation of curvature from volume fractions using parabolic reconstruction on two-dimensional unstructured meshes
F Evrard, F Denner, B van Wachem
Journal of Computational Physics 351, 271-294, 2017
172017
Artificial viscosity model to mitigate numerical artefacts at fluid interfaces with surface tension
F Denner, F Evrard, R Serfaty, BGM van Wachem
Computers & Fluids 143, 59-72, 2017
172017
Unified formulation of the momentum-weighted interpolation for collocated variable arrangements
P Bartholomew, F Denner, MH Abdol-Azis, A Marquis, BGM van Wachem
Journal of Computational Physics 375, 177-208, 2018
162018
Fully-coupled pressure-based algorithm for compressible flows: linearisation and iterative solution strategies
F Denner
Computers & Fluids 175, 53-65, 2018
132018
Balanced-force two-phase flow modelling on unstructured and adaptive meshes
F Denner
Imperial College London, 2013
122013
Conservative finite-volume framework and pressure-based algorithm for flows of incompressible, ideal-gas and real-gas fluids at all speeds
F Denner, F Evrard, BGM van Wachem
Journal of Computational Physics 409, 109348, 2020
112020
Dispersion and viscous attenuation of capillary waves with finite amplitude
F Denner, G Paré, S Zaleski
The European Physical Journal Special Topics 226 (6), 1229-1238, 2017
112017
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