Utilisateur·rice

Philippe • Angot
Professeur (PR) • Affiliation : Aix-Marseille Université (AMU)
Site : Château-Gombert (CMI) • Bureau : R215 • Etage du bureau : 2 •

Groupe AA - Professeur Aix-Marseille Université - Applied analysis - Mathematical Modelling - Partial differential equations - Numerical analysis - Scientific computing - Computational fluid dynamics

Groupe(s) scientifiques(s) de l'utilisateur :

Rechercher mots clef :
    Navier-Stokes equations Jump embedded boundary conditions Vector penalty-projection methods Penalty method Stokes/Brinkman problem Asymptotic analysis Well-posedness analysis

Thématiques scientifiques :
  • Numerical analysis and scientific calculation
  • Elliptic PDE
  • Fluid mechanics

Publications HAL

2021/03 Advances in Water Resources - A nonlinear asymptotic model for the inertial flow at a fluid-porous interface

2021/02 - Solvability of the variable-viscosity fluid-porous flows coupled with an optimal stress jump interface condition

2021/02 Advances in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics - The Fictitious Domain Method with Sharp Interface for Elasticity Systems with General Jump Embedded Boundary Conditions

2021/02 - Fluid-Structure Interactions in Discrete Mechanics

2020/04 - EARLY ESTIMATIONS OF THE IMPACT OF GENERAL LOCKDOWN TO CONTROL THE COVID-19 EPIDEMIC IN FRANCE

2020/01 Open Journal of fluid Dynamics - The Algebraic Immersed Interface and Boundary Method for Elliptic Equations with Jump Conditions

2019/07 Communications in Computational Physics - Vector penalty-projection methods for open boundary conditions with optimal second-order accuracy

2018/01 Mathematics of Computation - On the error estimates of the vector penalty-projection methods: Second-order scheme

2018/01 ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis - WELL-POSED STOKES/BRINKMAN AND STOKES/DARCY COUPLING REVISITED WITH NEW JUMP INTERFACE CONDITIONS

2017/06 Physical Review E - Asymptotic modeling of transport phenomena at the interface between a fluid and a porous layer: Jump conditions

2017/04 International Journal of Numerical Analysis and Modeling - AN AUGMENTED IIM & PRECONDITIONING TECHNIQUE FOR JUMP EMBEDDED BOUNDARY CONDITIONS

2016/10 Comptes Rendus Mathématique - A kinematic vector penalty-projection method for incompressible flow with variable density

2016/02 Asymptotic Analysis - Asymptotic study for Stokes-Brinkman model with jump embedded transmission conditions

2015/11 - A spectacular solver of low-Mach multiphase Navier-Stokes problems under strong stresses

2014/06 - Asymptotic-preserving methods for an anisotropic model of electrical potential in a tokamak

2014/03 Journal of Computational Physics - An optimal penalty method for a hyperbolic system modeling the edge plasma transport in a tokamak

2013/04 - On the unsteady Stokes problem with a nonlinear open artificial boundary condition modelling a singular load

2013/04 Applied Mathematics Letters - Fast discrete Helmholtz-Hodge decompositions in bounded domains

2012/11 Applied Mathematics Letters - A fast vector penalty-projection method for incompressible non-homogeneous or multiphase Navier-Stokes problems

2012/09 - VECTOR PENALTY-PROJECTION METHOD FOR INCOMPRESSIBLE FLUID FLOWS WITH OPEN BOUNDARY CONDITIONS

2012/07 Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems - Series B - Convergence results for the vector penalty-projection and two-step artificial compressibility methods

2012/04 Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering - A direction splitting algorithm for incompressible flow in complex geometries

2012/01 Journal of Computational Physics - A volume penalization method for incompressible flows and scalar advection-diffusion with moving obstacles

2012/01 Applied Mathematics Letters - A new fast method to compute saddle-points in constrained optimization and applications

2011/11 - A volume penalization method for incompressible flows and scalar advection-diffusion with moving obstacles

2011/06 - A Spectacular Vector Penalty-Projection Method for Darcy and Navier-Stokes Problems

2011/06 - Penalty Methods for the Hyperbolic System Modelling the Wall-Plasma Interaction in a Tokamak

2011/06 Applied Mathematics Letters - On the well-posed coupling between free fluid and porous viscous flows

2010/09 - Well-posed Stokes/Brinkman and Stokes/Darcy problems for coupled fluid-porous viscous flows

2010/06 Comptes rendus de l'Académie des sciences. Série I, Mathématique - A fictitious domain model for the Stokes/Brinkman problem with jump embedded boundary conditions

2009/04 - The algebraic immersed interface and boundary method for elliptic equations with jump conditions

2009/01 International Journal on Finite Volumes - Error analysis of the Penalty-Projection method for the time dependent Stokes equations

2009/01 Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics - On the penalty-projection method for the Navier-Stokes equations with the MAC mesh

2009/01 ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis - Asymptotic and numerical modelling of flows in fractured porous media

2008/06 - The Sub-Mesh Penalty Method

2008/06 - Vector penalty-projection methods for the solution of unsteady incompressible flows

2008/02 - A global procedure for flow and heat transfer simulation with complex obstacles on curvilinear grids

2008/01 Lecture Notes in Computer Science - A penalty-projection method using staggered grids for incompressible flows

2007/02 Journal of Computational Physics - A general fictitious domain method with immersed jumps and multilevel nested structured meshes

2007/01 Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering - A Fictitious domain approach with spread interface for elliptic problems with general boundary conditions

2006/09 - An accurate projection method using staggered grids for incompressible flows

2006/05 - An accurate projection method for incompressible flows

2005/10 - On the simulation of Nuclear Power Plant Components using a fictitious domain approach

2005/06 - Fictitious domain methods to solve convection-diffusion problems with general boundary conditions


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