Publications

We present hereafter a list of publications concernning the development of the SPH-flow solver.

 

G. Oger, M. Doring, B. Alessandrini and P. Ferrant, Two-Dimensional SPH Simulations of Wedge Water Entries. Journal of Computational Physics (2006), 213, pp. 803-822

G. Oger, M. Doring, A. Leroyer, P. Ferrant and B. Alessandrini, SPH Simulations of Floating Bodies in Waves. Proceedings of ISOPE 2004

G. Oger and M. Doring and P. Ferrant and B. Alessandrini, SPH: Towards the simulation of wave-body interactions in extreme seas. Proceedings of Rogue Waves 2004

M. Doring  and G. Oger and P. Ferrant and B. Alessandrini, SPH Simulations of Floating Bodies in Waves. Proceedings of OMAE 2004

G. Oger, P. Ferrant and B. Alessandrini, Free Surface Impact in a Biphasic SPH Simulation. Proceedings of the 20th International Workshop on Water Waves and Floating Bodies (2005)

G. Oger, B. Alessandrini and P. Ferrant, Capture of Air Cushion Effects in a Wedge Water Entry SPH Simulation. Proceedings of ISOPE 2005

G. Oger, B. Alessandrini and P. Ferrant, SPH Biphasic Simulation of Free Surface Impact. Proceedings of  ECCOMAS Thematic Conference on Meshless Methods 2005

G. Oger, M. Doring, B. Alessandrini and P. Ferrant, 3D Wave Resistance Simulations Using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics, Proceedings of the 26th Symposium on Naval
Hydrodynamics (2006)

G. Oger, D. Le Touze, B. Alessandrini and P. Maruzewski, A new parallelized 3D SPH model: resolution of water entry problems and scalability study, Proceedings of the SPHERIC (2007)

G. Oger, M. Doring, B. Alessandrini and P. Ferrant, An Improved SPH Method: Towards Full Second Order Convergence. Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 225, pp 1472-1492, 2007

G. Oger, M. Doring, B. Alessandrini and P. Ferrant, Simulations of ship flows at high Froude numbers using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics, Proceedings of the 9th International conference on fast sea transportation, 2007

G. Oger, D. Le Touzé, B. Alessandrini and P. Maruzewski, A new parallelized 3D SPH model: resolution of water entry problems and scalability study, ERCOFTAC Bulletin, 2008

G. Oger, D. Le Touzé, B. Alessandrini and P. Maruzewski, Scalability study of a new parallelized 3D SPH model on complex impact problems, SPHERIC Newsletter, 2008

P. Maruzewski, G. Oger, D. Le Touzé and J. Biddisccombe, High performance computing 3D SPH model: Sphere impacting the water free surface, Proceedings of the SPHERIC III, 2008

P. Maruzewski, G. Oger, D. Le Touzé, F. Avellan, SPH high performance computing simulations of rigid solid impacting the free-surface of water, Journal of Hydraulic Research (submitted),2009

D. Le Touzé, G. Oger, B. Alessandrini, Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamic simulation of fast ship flows, Proceedings of the 27th Symposium on Naval Hydrodynamics, 2008

G. Oger, J.M. Rousset, D. Le Touzé, B. Alessandrini and P. Ferrant, SPH Simulations of 3-D Slamming Problems, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Numerical Ship Hydrodynamics (2007)

 G. Oger, D. Le Touzé, B. Alessandrini and P. Maruzewski, A new parallelized 3D SPH model: resolution of water entry problems and scalability study, Proceedings of the SPHERIC II, (2007)

E. Jacquin, G. Oger, D. Le Touzé and B. Alessandrini, From research to industrial applications with SPH: the example of the solver SPH-flow, SPHERIC Newsletter, 2009

G. Oger, P.-M. Guilcher, E. Jacquin, J.-B. Deuff, D. Le Touzé, B. Alessandrini and L. Brosset, Simulations of hydro-elastic impacts using a parallel SPH model, Proceedings of ISOPE 2009

G. Oger , E. Jacquin, J. –F. Sigrist, A validation test-case for SPH-based simulations of sloshing flows in cylindrical confinement, Proceeedings of the ASME Pressure Vessel and Piping division conference, 2009

Grenier N., Le Touzé D., Antonuo M. & Colagrossi A. ‘An improved SPH formulation for multi-phase flow simulations’, Proc. of 8th Int. Conf. on Hydrodynamics (ICHD 2008), Nantes, France. Octobre 2008.

Deuff J.-B., Le Touzé D., Alessandrini B. & Ferrant P. ‘Modelling hydroelasticity using an enhanced SPH formulation based on a strongly-coupled approach’, 3rd SPHERIC newsletter. Décembre 2006.

 

PhD on SPH-flow

 

An important part of the development of the SPH-flow solver has been carried out under PhD and post- doctorates.