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Elie Hachem
Elie Hachem
Professor at MINES Paris PSL - ERC_Cog_2021
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Stabilized finite element method for incompressible flows with high Reynolds number
E Hachem, B Rivaux, T Kloczko, H Digonnet, T Coupez
Journal of Computational Physics 229 (23), 8643-8665, 2010
1992010
Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian and fluid-structure interaction: numerical simulation
M Souli, DJ Benson
John Wiley & Sons, 2013
1792013
A review on deep reinforcement learning for fluid mechanics
P Garnier, J Viquerat, J Rabault, A Larcher, A Kuhnle, E Hachem
Computers & Fluids 225, 104973, 2021
1672021
Direct shape optimization through deep reinforcement learning
J Viquerat, J Rabault, A Kuhnle, H Ghraieb, A Larcher, E Hachem
Journal of Computational Physics 428, 110080, 2021
1432021
Solution of high-Reynolds incompressible flow with stabilized finite element and adaptive anisotropic meshing
T Coupez, E Hachem
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 267, 65-85, 2013
952013
Immersed stress method for fluid–structure interaction using anisotropic mesh adaptation
E Hachem, S Feghali, R Codina, T Coupez
International journal for numerical methods in engineering 94 (9), 805-825, 2013
732013
A supervised neural network for drag prediction of arbitrary 2D shapes in laminar flows at low Reynolds number
J Viquerat, E Hachem
Computers & Fluids 210, 104645, 2020
642020
Stabilized finite element method for heat transfer and turbulent flows inside industrial furnaces
E Hachem
PhD thesis, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris, 2009
632009
Stabilized finite element solution to handle complex heat and fluid flows in industrial furnaces using the immersed volume method
E Hachem, T Kloczko, H Digonnet, T Coupez
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 68 (1), 99-121, 2012
592012
High fidelity anisotropic adaptive variational multiscale method for multiphase flows with surface tension
M Khalloufi, Y Mesri, R Valette, E Massoni, E Hachem
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 307, 44-67, 2016
552016
Exploiting locality and translational invariance to design effective deep reinforcement learning control of the 1-dimensional unstable falling liquid film
V Belus, J Rabault, J Viquerat, Z Che, E Hachem, U Reglade
AIP Advances 9 (12), 2019
522019
A review on deep reinforcement learning for fluid mechanics: An update
J Viquerat, P Meliga, A Larcher, E Hachem
Physics of Fluids 34 (11), 2022
472022
Unified adaptive Variational MultiScale method for two phase compressible–incompressible flows
E Hachem, M Khalloufi, J Bruchon, R Valette, Y Mesri
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 308, 238-255, 2016
472016
Graph neural networks for laminar flow prediction around random two-dimensional shapes
J Chen, E Hachem, J Viquerat
Physics of Fluids 33 (12), 2021
462021
Implicit boundary and adaptive anisotropic meshing
T Coupez, L Silva, E Hachem
New challenges in grid generation and adaptivity for scientific computing, 1-18, 2015
452015
Immersed volume method for solving natural convection, conduction and radiation of a hat-shaped disk inside a 3D enclosure
E Hachem, D Hugues, M Elisabeth, C Thierry
International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow 22 (6), 2-2, 2012
402012
Single-step deep reinforcement learning for open-loop control of laminar and turbulent flows
H Ghraieb, J Viquerat, A Larcher, P Meliga, E Hachem
Physical Review Fluids 6 (5), 053902, 2021
392021
Anisotropic adaptive meshing and monolithic Variational Multiscale method for fluid–structure interaction
E Hachem, S Feghali, R Codina, T Coupez
Computers & Structures 122, 88-100, 2013
392013
Adaptive time-step with anisotropic meshing for incompressible flows
T Coupez, G Jannoun, N Nassif, HC Nguyen, H Digonnet, E Hachem
Journal of Computational Physics 241, 195-211, 2013
392013
U-net architectures for fast prediction of incompressible laminar flows
J Chen, J Viquerat, E Hachem
arXiv preprint arXiv:1910.13532, 2019
382019
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