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C. Cox
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A Comparison of Computational Efficiencies of Spectral Difference Method and Correction Procedure via Reconstruction
C Liang, C Cox, MW Plesniak
Journal of Computational Physics 239, 138-146, 2015
412015
A high-order solver for unsteady incompressible Navier–Stokes equations using the flux reconstruction method on unstructured grids with implicit dual time stepping
C Cox, C Liang, MW Plesniak
Journal of Computational Physics 314, 414-435, 2016
352016
Three-dimensional vortical structures and wall shear stress in a curved artery model
C Cox, MR Najjari, MW Plesniak
Physics of Fluids 31 (12), 2019
142019
Accuracy, stability, and performance comparison between the spectral difference and flux reconstruction schemes
C Cox, W Trojak, T Dzanic, FD Witherden, A Jameson
Computers & Fluids, 104922, 2021
132021
Formation and interaction of multiple secondary flow vortical structures in a curved pipe: Transient and oscillatory flows
MR Najjari, C Cox, MW Plesniak
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 876, 481-526, 2019
102019
Development of a High-Order Navier-Stokes Solver Using Flux Reconstruction to Simulate Three-Dimensional Vortex Structures in a Curved Artery Model
C Cox
The George Washington University, 2018
42018
A High-order Method for Solving Unsteady Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations with Implicit Time Stepping on Unstructured Grids
C Cox, C Liang, MW Plesniak
53rd AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 2015
42015
The effect of entrance flow development on vortex formation and wall shear stress in a curved artery model
C Cox, MW Plesniak
Physics of Fluids 33 (101908), 2021
32021
Spectral Difference Solution of Incompressible Flow over an Inline Tube Bundle with Oscillating Cylinder
C Cox, C Liang, MW Plesniak
2012 ASME Pressure Vessels and Piping Conference, 2012
32012
A flux reconstruction solver for unsteady incompressible viscous flow using artificial compressibility with implicit dual time stepping
C Cox, C Liang, MW Plesniak
54th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 1827, 2016
22016
Correlation between vortices and wall shear stress in a curved artery model under pulsatile flow conditions
C Cox, MW Plesniak
APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting Abstracts, 2017
2017
High-order numerical simulations of pulsatile flow in a curved artery model
C Cox, C Liang, MW Plesniak
Bulletin of the American Physical Society 61, 2016
2016
Towards A Fast High-Order Method for Unsteady Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations using FR/CPR
C Cox, C Liang, M Plesniak
APS Meeting Abstracts, 2014
2014
Large Eddy Simulation of Compressible Flow past an Oscillating Cylinder using the Spectral Difference Method
C Cox, C Liang
APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting Abstracts, 2011
2011
Step Prototype Development Status
C Mehls, C Bayart, J Bower, B Clarke, C Cox, D Gill, D Stricker, N Vora, ...
The Eleventh Marcel Grossmann Meeting: On Recent Developments in Theoretical …, 2008
2008
Effect of Surface Roughness on Critical Current of Niobium Films
C Mehls, D Gill, C Cox, N Vora, D Stricker, E Berglund, P Ambekar, R Torii, ...
AIP Conference Proceedings 850 (1), 991-992, 2006
2006
STEP Prototype Accelerometer Development Status
C Mehls, J Bower, B Clarke, C Cox, H Dittus, D Gill, F Loeffler, D Stricker, ...
36th COSPAR Scientific Assembly 36, 2006
2006
Development of a fast algorithm for solving the unsteady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
C Cox, C Liang, MW Plesniak
An implicit time-marching scheme for supersonic flow using MUSCL reconstruction
C Cox, C Liang, M Plesniak
Development of a High-order Incompressible Flow Solver with Implicit Time-Stepping
C Cox, C Liang, M Plesniak
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