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Fronts Propagating with CurvatureDependent Speed: Algorithms Based on Hamilton-Jacobi Formulation,
- Osher, Sethian
- 1988
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Citation Context ...)B) + H(B) = 2GD(u) − ωB − D∆B (1) that is valid for wormlike micelles, foams or emulsions. 4.2.1.2. Numerical techniques In order to describe the evolution of the interface we use a level set method =-=[95]-=-, [94], [101]: the interface is given as the 0-level set of a smooth function ϕ satisfying ∂tϕ + u · ∇ϕ = 0.12 Activity Report INRIA 2009 At t = 0, ϕ is the distance to the initial interface. We choo... |

1012 | publications by the team in recent years - Major |

607 |
A Level Set Approach for Computing Solutions to Incompressible Two-Phase Flow,
- Sussman, Smereka, et al.
- 1994
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Citation Context ... 2GD(u) − ωB − D∆B (1) that is valid for wormlike micelles, foams or emulsions. 4.2.1.2. Numerical techniques In order to describe the evolution of the interface we use a level set method [95], [94], =-=[101]-=-: the interface is given as the 0-level set of a smooth function ϕ satisfying ∂tϕ + u · ∇ϕ = 0.12 Activity Report INRIA 2009 At t = 0, ϕ is the distance to the initial interface. We choose this metho... |

473 |
On the Identification of a Vortex,”
- Jeong, Hussain
- 1995
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Citation Context ...derive fast methods. For the analysis of the computed flows and the understanding of the vortex dynamics in laminar and turbulent flows, several paths are followed inspired by original works [76] and =-=[88]-=-. Recent results [74] and [78] show that some significant progress is possible. 4.3.1. Simulation of a synthetic or pulsed jet Our multigrid solver is robust enough to simulate high Reynolds flows. Th... |

304 |
Wavelet transforms and their applications to turbulence. Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics,
- Farge
- 1992
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Citation Context .... Analysis of the flows Once simulation of the phenomena are satisfactory it is necessary to properly analyze the data we get. The classical analysis tools such as the Fourier transform, the wavelets =-=[75]-=- or the proper orthogonal decomposition [86] can give various results when used with various parameters. So the aim of this work is, on the one hand to determine the range of the parameters giving rel... |

229 | Weighted ENO Schemes for HamiltonJacobi Equations,”
- Jiang, Peng
- 2000
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Citation Context ...cts are predominant in microfluidics and one needs to compute the curvature of the interface in a very accurate way. We therefore use high order weno-type schemes in order to solve the equation for ϕ =-=[89]-=-. These weno-schemes are well adapted to level set methods on cartesian, regular meshes and easily implemented. The main drawback of this kind of mesh is the impossibility to directly take into accoun... |

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A penalization method to take into account obstacles in incompressible viscous flows,
- Angot, Bruneau, et al.
- 1999
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Citation Context ... the penalization method (also named Brinkman-Navier-Stokes equations). This is an immersed boundary method in which the bodies are considered as porous media with a very small intrinsic permeability =-=[60]-=-. This method is very easy to handle as it consists only in adding a mass term U/K in the momentum equations. The boundary conditions imposed on artificial boundaries of the computational domains avoi... |

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On the growth and stability of cell cultures and solid tumors,
- Greenspan
- 1976
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Citation Context ...al stage of evolution. The macroscopic continuous model is based on Darcy’s law which seems to be a good approximation to describe the flow of the tumor cells in the extra-cellular matrix [59], [81], =-=[82]-=-. It is therefore possible to develop a two-dimensional model for the evolution of the cell densities. We formulate mathematically the evolution of the cell densities in the tissue as advection equati... |

53 | Detached-Eddy Simulation Past a Circular Cylinder",
- Travin, Shur, et al.
- 1999
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Citation Context ...mbine the most favorable aspects of both RANS 1 and LES 2 techniques, that is to apply RANS models for predicting the attached boundary layer and LES for time-dependent three-dimensional large eddies =-=[105]-=-. The cost scaling of the method is then affordable since LES is not applied to solve the relatively smaller structures that populate the boundary layer. The base model employed in most of DES applica... |

51 |
The 2D lid-driven cavity problem revisited.
- CH
- 2007
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Citation Context ...ty Report INRIA 2009 The first method, which is affordable in 2D, consists in a directly solving of the genuine Navier-Stokes equations in primitive variables (velocity-pressure) on Cartesian domains =-=[68]-=-. The bodies, around which the flow has to be computed are modeled using the penalization method (also named Brinkman-Navier-Stokes equations). This is an immersed boundary method in which the bodies ... |

49 |
On the closure of mass balance models for tumor growth,
- Ambrosi, Preziosi
- 2002
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Citation Context ...wth at several stage of evolution. The macroscopic continuous model is based on Darcy’s law which seems to be a good approximation to describe the flow of the tumor cells in the extra-cellular matrix =-=[59]-=-, [81], [82]. It is therefore possible to develop a two-dimensional model for the evolution of the cell densities. We formulate mathematically the evolution of the cell densities in the tissue as adve... |

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Comments on the Feasibility of
- Jou
- 1998
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Citation Context ...us to obtain new results concerning the three-dimensional dynamics of cylinder wakes. The third method is detached-eddy simulation (DES). This is a hybrid technique proposed by Spalart et al. in 1997 =-=[100]-=- as a numerically feasible and plausibly accurate approach for predicting massively separated flows. The aim of DES is to combine the most favorable aspects of both RANS 1 and LES 2 techniques, that i... |

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Low-order modelling of laminar flow regimes past a confined square cylinder
- Galletti, Bruneau, et al.
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Citation Context ...ructed by estimating the coefficients ai(t) of its Galerkin representation. One simple approach to estimate the POD coefficients is to approximate the flow measurements in a least square sense, as in =-=[79]-=-. A similar procedure is also used in the estimation based on gappy POD, see [106] and [107]. However, these approaches encounter difficulties in giving accurate estimations when three-dimensional flo... |

35 | Unsteady Flow Sensing and Estimation via the Gappy Proper Orthogonal Decomposition
- Willcox
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Citation Context ...oach to estimate the POD coefficients is to approximate the flow measurements in a least square sense, as in [79]. A similar procedure is also used in the estimation based on gappy POD, see [106] and =-=[107]-=-. However, these approaches encounter difficulties in giving accurate estimations when three-dimensional flows with complicated unsteady patterns are considered, or when a very limited number of senso... |

32 |
A Comparison of Spectral and Vortex Methods in Three-Dimensional Incompressible Flows
- Cottet, Michaux, et al.
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Citation Context ...ma of finite-difference or finite-volume methods. This has been demonstrated in the context of computations for high Reynolds number laminar flows and for turbulent flows at moderate Reynolds numbers =-=[73]-=-. This method has recently enabled us to obtain new results concerning the three-dimensional dynamics of cylinder wakes. The third method is detached-eddy simulation (DES). This is a hybrid technique ... |

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A multiscale mathematical model of avascular tumor growth to investigate the therapeutic benefit of anti-invasive agents
- Ribba, Saut, et al.
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Citation Context ...better understand the interactions. Another strategy is to test in silico some therapeutic innovations. An example of such a test is given in [98] where the efficacy of radiotherapy is studied and in =-=[99]-=- where the effects of anti-invasive agents is investigated. It is therefore useful to model a tumor growth at several stage of evolution. The macroscopic continuous model is based on Darcy’s law which... |

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Effective treatment of cutaneous and subcutaneous malignant tumours by electrochemotherapy
- Mir
- 1998
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Citation Context ...ke comparison with real medical cases. One can think to elasto-visco-plastic models for example. A forthcoming investigation in cancer treatment simulation is the influence of the electrochemotherapy =-=[92]-=- on the tumor growth. Electrochemotherapy consists in imposing to the malignant tumor high voltage electric pulses so that the plasma membrane of carcinoma cells is permeabilized. Biologically active ... |

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A Level-Set Formulation of Immersed Boundary Methods for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems”. Comptes Rendus de l’Acadmie des Sciences de Paris
- Cottet, Maitre
- 2004
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Citation Context ...n of oxygen, but also with membranes that can be degraded biologically. These elastic membranes are handled by a level set version of the immersed boundary method of C. Peskin [96], see Cottet-Maître =-=[72]-=-. The perspectives of development in this direction are of course to increase the biological complexity but also to use more realistic models to describe the mechanics of living tissues and to make co... |

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Flandrois. A pharmacologically based multiscale mathematical model of angiogenesis and its use in investigating the efficacy of a new cancer treatment strategy
- Billy, Ribba, et al.
- 2009
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Citation Context ...with complex and large size geometry, computers are no longer enough powerful to deal with Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS), that is to say with the resolution of all the scales of turbulence motion =-=[3]-=-. Thus, at a fixed scale such as computations can be performed, one have to model the unresolved scales of the turbulence. Although there is an important variety of such models, all of them include in... |

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Computational modeling of solid tumor growth: the avascular stage
- Bresch, Colin, et al.
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Citation Context ...del but we loose the topological aspect of the web of vessels. The main point will be to compare the influence of both kinds of model on the development of the tumor and try to develop a mixed model (=-=[25]-=-).14 Activity Report INRIA 2009 4.2.2.3. Coupling with therapeutics. It is one of the goals of our project to use our model to test therapeutic protocols. The influence of two kinds of therapy on tum... |

18 | Approximate transmission conditions through a rough thin layer. The case of periodic roughness - Ciuperca, Jai, et al. |

17 | Numerical Modeling and Passive Flow Control Using Porous Media,”
- Bruneau, Mortazavi
- 2008
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Citation Context ...validate the methods found. This paves the way to coding such methods in large commercial optimization codes actually used in industry. 4.4.7. Passive control of flows with porous media Publications: =-=[66]-=-, [63], [62], [93], [67]. The idea is to change the shear forces on a solid body using a porous interface on the surface. This induces a significative change in the flow behaviour that yield a drag co... |

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Vorticity filaments in two-dimensional turbulence: Creation, stability and effect,’’
- Kevlahan, Farge
- 1997
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Citation Context ...unity to derive fast methods. For the analysis of the computed flows and the understanding of the vortex dynamics in laminar and turbulent flows, several paths are followed inspired by original works =-=[76]-=- and [88]. Recent results [74] and [78] show that some significant progress is possible. 4.3.1. Simulation of a synthetic or pulsed jet Our multigrid solver is robust enough to simulate high Reynolds ... |

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Gappy data and reconstruction procedures for flow past a cylinder
- Venturi, Karniadakis
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Citation Context ...imple approach to estimate the POD coefficients is to approximate the flow measurements in a least square sense, as in [79]. A similar procedure is also used in the estimation based on gappy POD, see =-=[106]-=- and [107]. However, these approaches encounter difficulties in giving accurate estimations when three-dimensional flows with complicated unsteady patterns are considered, or when a very limited numbe... |

13 | Vortex Simulation of Active Control Strategies for Transitional Backward-Facing Step Flows - Creusé, Giovannini, et al. - 2009 |

13 | Stability of solitary waves for a system of nonlinear Schrödinger equations with three wave interaction,” Annales de l’Institut Henri Poincare - Colin, Colin, et al. - 2009 |

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Vigneaux, P.: Level-Set method and stability condition for curvature-driven flows
- Galusinski
- 2007
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Citation Context ... travel along the channel. Some numerical difficulties arise from the surface tension term. With an explicit discretization of this term, a restrictive stability condition appears for very slow flows =-=[80]-=-. Our partner is the LOF, a Rhodia-Bordeaux 1-CNRS laboratory.6 Activity Report INRIA 2009 One of the main points is the wetting phenomena at the boundary. Note that the boundary conditions are funda... |

12 | Control of vortex shedding around a pipe section using a porous sheath
- Bruneau, Mortazavi
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Citation Context ...penalization method it becomes a feasible task [64]. This approach has been now used in several contexts and in particular in the frame of a collaboration with IFP to reduce vortex induced vibrations =-=[65]-=-. Another technique we are interested in is to inject minimal amounts of polymers into hydrodynamic flows in order to stabilize the mechanisms which enhance hydrodynamic drag. The active approach is a... |

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The immersed boundary method, Acta Numer.
- Peskin
- 2002
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Citation Context ...be coupled with diffusion of oxygen, but also with membranes that can be degraded biologically. These elastic membranes are handled by a level set version of the immersed boundary method of C. Peskin =-=[96]-=-, see Cottet-Maître [72]. The perspectives of development in this direction are of course to increase the biological complexity but also to use more realistic models to describe the mechanics of livin... |

11 | Multiresolution analysis for 2d turbulence. part 1: Wavelets vs cosine packets, a comparative study
- Fischer
- 2005
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Citation Context ...lid rotation part of the vortices and the vorticity filaments in 2D turbulence. Their respective role in the development of both inverse energy cascades and direct enstrophy cascades is already shown =-=[77]-=-. These vorticity filaments are a link between vortical structures but also roll up in spirals inside the kernels of the vortices. A careful analysis of these two different components could reveal a d... |

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Approximate transmission conditions for time-harmonic Maxwell equations in a domain with thin layer”, Research Report RR-6775
- Péron, Poignard
- 2008
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Citation Context ...brane of carcinoma cells is permeabilized. Biologically active molecules such as bleomycin, which usually cannot diffuse through the membrane, may then be internalized. A work in progress (C.Poignard =-=[97]-=- in collaboration with the CNRS lab of physical vectorology at the Institut Gustave Roussy) consists in modelling electromagnetic phenomena at the cell scale. A coupling between the microscopic descri... |

10 | About the transmembrane voltage potential of a biological cell in time-harmonic regime - Poignard |

10 | A viscoelastic model for avascular tumor growth. Discrete and continuous dynamical systems, supplement 2009 - Bresch, Colin, et al. - 2009 |

9 | Passive Control Around a Two-Dimensional Square Back Ahmed Body Using Porous Media
- Bruneau, Gilliéron, et al.
- 2008
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Citation Context ...te the methods found. This paves the way to coding such methods in large commercial optimization codes actually used in industry. 4.4.7. Passive control of flows with porous media Publications: [66], =-=[63]-=-, [62], [93], [67]. The idea is to change the shear forces on a solid body using a porous interface on the surface. This induces a significative change in the flow behaviour that yield a drag coeffici... |

8 | Iollo A. Robust model identification of actuated vortex wakes. Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena 2009 - Weller, Lombardi |

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Inviscid Batchelor-model flow past an aerofoil with a vortex trapped in a cavity
- Bunyakin, Chernyshenko, et al.
- 1996
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Citation Context ... software tool for designing a flow past a thick airfoil with a trapped vortex assuming that this flow is stable, apart from small-scale turbulence. This project is financed by the European Community =-=[69]-=-. This part of the project concerns C.-H. Bruneau, A. Iollo, I. Mortazavi. 4.4.2. Active control The coupling of two flow control methods has been studied: a passive control with a wall modification u... |

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An Aerodynamic Optimization Method Based on the Inverse Problem Adjoint Equations
- Iollo, Ferlauto, et al.
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Citation Context ...re given iii) development of an optimization procedure in order to minimize the noise emission by controlling the design parameters. The main challenge in this field is to move from simplified models =-=[87]-=- to actual 3D model. The spirit is to complete the design performed with a simplified tool with a fully three dimensional inverse problem where the load distribution as well as the geometry of the lea... |

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Undulation instability under shear: A model to explain the dierent orientation of a lamellar phase under shear
- Colin, Colin, et al.
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Citation Context ...n large quantities. It modifies the viscosity properties of the fluids and surface-tension phenomena can become predominant. We have worked on foam drainage [71] and on instability of lamellar phases =-=[108]-=-, [104]. Microfluidics is the study of fluids in very small quantities, in micro-channels (a micro-channel is typically 1 cm long with a section of 50µm × 50µm). They are many advantages of using such... |

6 | Iterative methods for model reduction by domain decomposition - Buffoni, Telib, et al. - 2009 |

6 | Two-scale analysis for very rough thin layers. An explicit characterization of the polarization tensor - Ciuperca, Perrussel, et al. - 2011 |

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Two-dimensional turbulence of dilute polymer solutions
- Boffetta, Celani, et al.
- 2003
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Citation Context ...y CORDI has started in november 2007 and deals with the modelling and the numerical issues of such problem. The study is performed in collaboration with CPMOH laboratory in Bordeaux (H. Kellay) [58], =-=[61]-=-.Project-Team mc2 19 A third approach consists in capturing by appropriately designed cavities large detached structures past bluff bodies. The scopes of this project will be mainly to develop a soft... |

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Passive control of bluff body flows using porous
- Bruneau, Mortazavi
- 2004
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Citation Context ... of numerical simulation since it would be necessary, a priori, to solve two models: one for the fluid, one for the porous medium. However, by using the penalization method it becomes a feasible task =-=[64]-=-. This approach has been now used in several contexts and in particular in the frame of a collaboration with IFP to reduce vortex induced vibrations [65]. Another technique we are interested in is to ... |

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Multiresolution analysis for two-dimensional turbulence. Part 1: Wavelets vs Cosine packets, a comparative study
- Fischer
- 2005
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Citation Context ...nalysis of the computed flows and the understanding of the vortex dynamics in laminar and turbulent flows, several paths are followed inspired by original works [76] and [88]. Recent results [74] and =-=[78]-=- show that some significant progress is possible. 4.3.1. Simulation of a synthetic or pulsed jet Our multigrid solver is robust enough to simulate high Reynolds flows. The aim of this work consists in... |

5 | Roughnessinduced effect at main order on the Reynolds approximation. Multiscale Model - Bresch, Choquet, et al. |

5 | penalization and cartesian meshes: A paradigm for inverse problems and optimal design - Level-set |

5 | Influence of a Rough Thin Layer on the Steady-state Potential - Ciuperca, Perrussel, et al. |

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Polymer in 2D turbulence: Suppression of large scale fluctuation
- Amrouchene, Kellay
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Citation Context ...nded by CORDI has started in november 2007 and deals with the modelling and the numerical issues of such problem. The study is performed in collaboration with CPMOH laboratory in Bordeaux (H. Kellay) =-=[58]-=-, [61].Project-Team mc2 19 A third approach consists in capturing by appropriately designed cavities large detached structures past bluff bodies. The scopes of this project will be mainly to develop ... |

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Models for the Growth of a Solid Tumor by diffusion, in "Stud Appl Math
- GREENSPAN
- 1972
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Citation Context ... several stage of evolution. The macroscopic continuous model is based on Darcy’s law which seems to be a good approximation to describe the flow of the tumor cells in the extra-cellular matrix [59], =-=[81]-=-, [82]. It is therefore possible to develop a two-dimensional model for the evolution of the cell densities. We formulate mathematically the evolution of the cell densities in the tissue as advection ... |

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A multi-scale mathematical model of cancer growth and radiotherapy efficacy: The role of cell cycle regulation in response to irradiation, in "Theoretical Biology and Medical Modeling
- RIBBA, COLIN, et al.
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Citation Context ...ically to isolate some parts of the evolution in order to better understand the interactions. Another strategy is to test in silico some therapeutic innovations. An example of such a test is given in =-=[98]-=- where the efficacy of radiotherapy is studied and in [99] where the effects of anti-invasive agents is investigated. It is therefore useful to model a tumor growth at several stage of evolution. The ... |

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Modeling and optimization of a propeller by means of inverse problems
- TELIB, IOLLO, et al.
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Citation Context ...ormed with a simplified tool with a fully three dimensional inverse problem where the load distribution as well as the geometry of the leading edge are those provided by the meridional plane analysis =-=[102]-=-. A 3D code will be based on the compressible Euler equations and an immersed boundary technique over a cartesian mesh. The code will be implicit and parallel, in the same spirit as what was done for ... |

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Analytic Hessian Derivation for the quasi-one-dimensional Euler Equations, in "Journal
- ARIAN, IOLLO
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Citation Context ...er-Stokes equations combined with the one equation Spalart Allmaras turbulence model. Therefore, the numerical stability is achieved thanks to the Streamline Upwind Petrov-Galerkin (SUPG) formulation =-=[1]-=-. Within the framework of SUPG method, artificial viscosity is anisotropic and the principal component is aligned with streamlines. The aim is to put sufficient viscosity to get rid of instability and... |

4 | Numerical methods for low-order modeling of fluid flows based on - WELLER, LOMBARDI, et al. |

4 | Influence of the filtering tools on the analysis of two-dimensional turbulent flows - Bruneau, Fischer - 2009 |

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Passive and active control around Ahmed Body, in "EDRFCM
- BRUNEAU, DEPEYRAS, et al.
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Citation Context ... methods found. This paves the way to coding such methods in large commercial optimization codes actually used in industry. 4.4.7. Passive control of flows with porous media Publications: [66], [63], =-=[62]-=-, [93], [67]. The idea is to change the shear forces on a solid body using a porous interface on the surface. This induces a significative change in the flow behaviour that yield a drag coefficient re... |

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Numerical Modelling of Porous-Fluid Flows Using the Penalisation Method, in "Scaling Up and Modeling for Transport and Flow in Porous Media
- BRUNEAU, MORTAZAVI
- 2008
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Citation Context ...nd. This paves the way to coding such methods in large commercial optimization codes actually used in industry. 4.4.7. Passive control of flows with porous media Publications: [66], [63], [62], [93], =-=[67]-=-. The idea is to change the shear forces on a solid body using a porous interface on the surface. This induces a significative change in the flow behaviour that yield a drag coefficient reduction up t... |

4 | A free boundary problem modeling a foam drainage
- COLIN, FABRIE
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Citation Context ...udy complex fluids containing surfactants in large quantities. It modifies the viscosity properties of the fluids and surface-tension phenomena can become predominant. We have worked on foam drainage =-=[71]-=- and on instability of lamellar phases [108], [104]. Microfluidics is the study of fluids in very small quantities, in micro-channels (a micro-channel is typically 1 cm long with a section of 50µm × 5... |

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Un rhéomètre sur puce microfluidique, in "La Houille Blanche", 2006, no 3
- GUILLOT, COLIN, et al.
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Citation Context ...ect in the SYSCOM program has been obtained in 2008 concerning the study of complex fluids in microfluidics. First work has been done on a micro-viscosimeter. The results have been published in [83], =-=[84]-=-, [85]. The challenge is to be able to predict the range of parameters in which the coflow will be stable, that is the range of validity of the rheometer. It is therefore necessary to perform time dep... |

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Numerical simulation of active and passive control strategies for vortex flows., in "Second workshop on the flow control and reduced order models
- MORTAZAVI
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Citation Context ...ds found. This paves the way to coding such methods in large commercial optimization codes actually used in industry. 4.4.7. Passive control of flows with porous media Publications: [66], [63], [62], =-=[93]-=-, [67]. The idea is to change the shear forces on a solid body using a porous interface on the surface. This induces a significative change in the flow behaviour that yield a drag coefficient reductio... |

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Level Set Methods ans Dynamic Implicit Surface
- Osher, Fedkiw
- 2003
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Citation Context ...H(B) = 2GD(u) − ωB − D∆B (1) that is valid for wormlike micelles, foams or emulsions. 4.2.1.2. Numerical techniques In order to describe the evolution of the interface we use a level set method [95], =-=[94]-=-, [101]: the interface is given as the 0-level set of a smooth function ϕ satisfying ∂tϕ + u · ∇ϕ = 0.12 Activity Report INRIA 2009 At t = 0, ϕ is the distance to the initial interface. We choose thi... |

4 | Mathematical analysis of the stabilization of lamellar phases by a shear stress
- TORRI
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Citation Context ... quantities. It modifies the viscosity properties of the fluids and surface-tension phenomena can become predominant. We have worked on foam drainage [71] and on instability of lamellar phases [108], =-=[104]-=-. Microfluidics is the study of fluids in very small quantities, in micro-channels (a micro-channel is typically 1 cm long with a section of 50µm × 50µm). They are many advantages of using such channe... |

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Enablers for robust POD models, in "Journal of
- BERGMANN, BRUNEAU, et al.
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Citation Context ...unt of artificial viscosity is controlled by a stabilization tensor . Besides SUPG method is also used in combination with a shock-parameter term which supplied additional stability near shock fronts =-=[2]-=-. References 1 – L. P. Franca and G. Hauke and A.Masud, Revisiting stabilized finite element methods for the advectivediffusive equation, Comput. Methods Appl. Mech. Engrg. 195, pp. 1560-1572 (2006) 2... |

3 | pulses approximation in dispersive media - Short |

3 | Robust numerical schemes for anisotropic diffusion problems, a first step for turbulence modeling - DAMBRINE, HOCH, et al. |

3 | Modelling and optimization of a propeller by means of an inverse method - TELIB, IOLLO, et al. |

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Rheologic modelization of a mixed nanotube-polymer fluid, in "Conference in honour of E. Hairer’s 60th birthday
- COLIN, COLIN, et al.
- 2009
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Citation Context ...ergence. To improve the computational speed, we are planning to use decomposition domain methods. This has been the subjects of the talk in the following conference "WCCM8-ECCOMAS2008" and of the talk=-=[52]-=-. 4.2.2. Cancer modelling It is generally admitted that the process of cancer growth can be divided into two stages. During the avascular stage the cells receive nutrient and oxygen from existing bloo... |

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Vortex dynamics over a dihedral plane in a transitional slightly compressible flow: a computational study, in "Eur
- CREUSÉ, MORTAZAVI
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Citation Context ...For the analysis of the computed flows and the understanding of the vortex dynamics in laminar and turbulent flows, several paths are followed inspired by original works [76] and [88]. Recent results =-=[74]-=- and [78] show that some significant progress is possible. 4.3.1. Simulation of a synthetic or pulsed jet Our multigrid solver is robust enough to simulate high Reynolds flows. The aim of this work co... |

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A rheometer on a chip, in "Spectra-analyse", vol. 34, n o 247
- GUILLOT, COLIN, et al.
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Citation Context ...R project in the SYSCOM program has been obtained in 2008 concerning the study of complex fluids in microfluidics. First work has been done on a micro-viscosimeter. The results have been published in =-=[83]-=-, [84], [85]. The challenge is to be able to predict the range of parameters in which the coflow will be stable, that is the range of validity of the rheometer. It is therefore necessary to perform ti... |

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Structures formation in binary fluids driven through patterned micro-channels: effect of hydrodynamics and arrangement of surface patterns, in "Physica D", n o 198, 2004, p. 319–332. mc2
- KUKSENOK, BALAZS
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Citation Context ...ith riblets and to determine the shape of the patterns or of the riblets that leads to the best mixing, depending on the fluids that are used. We will compare our results with those obtained in [91], =-=[90]-=- with phase fields models. Finally, these models of mixing will be coupled with reaction equations describing chemistry experiments. Asymptotics models for mixing in microchannels are derived. The aim... |

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Analysis and low order modeling of the inhomogeneous transitional flow inside a T-mixer, in "Physics of Fluids", vol. 16, n o 8
- TELIB, MANHART, et al.
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Citation Context ...p as it is widely used. We are still working on the development of robust and efficient methods adapted to the problem we want to solve. Besides, combination of classical methods and low order models =-=[103]-=- that are a strong part of our researches give us the opportunity to derive fast methods. For the analysis of the computed flows and the understanding of the vortex dynamics in laminar and turbulent f... |

2 | Numerical coupling of Landau damping and Raman amplification
- BELAOUAR, COLIN, et al.
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Citation Context ... of the permeable sediment and the tide (permeability, lability of the organic matter, beach slope, tidal amplitude). 6.4. Other studies Participants: Mathieu Colin, Thierry Colin. Publications [32], =-=[30]-=-. Since MC2 has been created, we stop progressively the activity on laser-plasma interaction. However we present here a few results obtained in 2009. Short pulses approximation in dispersive media: we... |

2 | G.: Semi-discretization in time for nonlinear Zakharov waves equations - Colin, Ebrard, et al. - 2009 |

2 | Computational study and sensitivity analysis for quality modeling - FABRIE, GANCEL, et al. |

2 | Feedback control by low-order modelling of the laminar flow past a bluff body - Weller, Camarri, et al. |

2 | Influence of a Rough Thin Layer on the Potential, in - CIUPERCA, PERRUSSEL, et al. |

1 | Numerical simulation of a hydraulic Saint-Venant type model with pressure-dependent leakage - BREMOND, FABRIE, et al. |

1 | Simulation of the break-up of a diphasic jet in a microchannel - COLIN, BRUNEAU, et al. - 1051 |

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A multi-D model for Raman amplification, in "ESAIM: M2AN
- COLIN, COLIN
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Citation Context ...erties of the permeable sediment and the tide (permeability, lability of the organic matter, beach slope, tidal amplitude). 6.4. Other studies Participants: Mathieu Colin, Thierry Colin. Publications =-=[32]-=-, [30]. Since MC2 has been created, we stop progressively the activity on laser-plasma interaction. However we present here a few results obtained in 2009. Short pulses approximation in dispersive med... |

1 | Interaction of several laser beams with a plasma - COLIN, GALLICE, et al. |

1 | Design and Analysis of Vortex Cells - DONELLI, IANNELLI, et al. |

1 | Wavelet-based analysis of enstrophy transfers in two-dimensional turbulence, in "Physics of Fluids", vol. 21, n o 6 - FISCHER, BRUNEAU - 2009 |

1 | Coupling active and passive flow control strategies for simplified car models, in "FEDSM09, États-Unis d’Amérique Vail - BRUNEAU, CREUSÉ, et al. |

1 | Approximate Transmission Conditions for the Laplacian in a High Contrast Medium with a Thin Layer. The Influence of the Curvature - PERRUSSEL, POIGNARD |

1 | Amélioration de la robustesse des bases - BERGMANN, LOMBARDI, et al. |

1 | Simulation numérique de la nage d’un poisson, in "Smai 2009, France La Colle sur Loup", smai - BERGMANN, IOLLO - 2009 |

1 | Low-order models : optimal sampling and linearized control strategies - LOMBARDI, BERGMANN, et al. |