#### Filter Results:

- Full text PDF available (35)

#### Publication Year

1994

2017

- This year (3)
- Last 5 years (15)
- Last 10 years (22)

#### Publication Type

#### Co-author

#### Journals and Conferences

#### Key Phrases

Learn More

- Donald W. Schwendeman, Christopher W. Wahle, Ashwana K. Kapila
- J. Comput. Physics
- 2006

This paper considers the Riemann problem and an associated Godunov method for a model of compressible two-phase flow. The model is a reduced form of the wellknown Baer-Nunziato model which describes the behavior of granular explosives. In the analysis presented here, we focus on the effect of non-conservative nozzling terms in the two-phase model and omit… (More)

We describe a method for the numerical solution of high-speed reactive flow in complex geometries using overlapping grids and block-structured adaptive mesh refinement. We consider flows described by the reactive Euler equations with an ideal equation of state and various stiff reaction models. These equations are solved using a second-order accurate… (More)

- Jeffrey W. Banks, Donald W. Schwendeman, Ashwana K. Kapila, William D. Henshaw
- J. Comput. Physics
- 2007

A numerical method is described for inviscid, compressible, multi-material flow in two space dimensions. The flow is governed by the multi-material Euler equations with a general mixture equation of state. Composite overlapping grids are used to handle complex flow geometry and block-structured adaptive mesh refinement (AMR) is used to locally increase grid… (More)

Emergence of a detonation in a homogeneous, exothermically reacting medium can be deemed to occur in two phases. The first phase processes the medium so as to create conditions ripe for the onset of detonation. The actual events leading up to preconditioning may vary from one experiment to the next, but typically, at the end of this stage the medium is hot… (More)

- William D. Henshaw, Donald W. Schwendeman
- J. Comput. Physics
- 2008

This paper describes an approach for the numerical solution of time-dependent partial differential equations in complex three-dimensional domains. The domains are represented by overlapping structured grids, and block-structured adaptive mesh refinement (AMR) is employed to locally increase the grid resolution. In addition, the numerical method is… (More)

- Srikanth Sundararajan, Dipto G Thakurta, Donald W Schwendeman, Shyam P Murarka, William N Gill
- 1999

As the desired feature sizes of semiconductor wafers continue to shrink, the ability to globally planarize the wafer surface becomes increasingly important. Chemical mechanical planarization (CMP) has the capability to achieve adequate local and global planarization necessitated by stringent future submicrometer very large scale integration (VLSI)… (More)

A two-phase model of heterogeneous explosives, due to Baer and Nunziato, is examined computationally by a new numerical approach that is a modification of the standard Godunov scheme. The approach generates well-resolved and accurate solutions economically, and treats rationally the nozzling terms that render the otherwise hyperbolic model incapable of a… (More)

- Dipto G. Thakurta, Christopher L. Borst, Donald W. Schwendeman, Ronald J. Gutmann, William N. Gill
- 2000

A chemical-mechanical planarization (CMP) model based on lubrication theory is developed which accounts for pad compressibility, pad porosity and means of slurry delivery. Slurry ®lm thickness and velocity distributions between the pad and the wafer are predicted using the model. Two regimes of CMP operation are described: the lubrication regime (for ,40±70… (More)

We describe a method for the numerical solution of high-speed reactive flow in complex geometries using overlapping grids and block-structured adaptive mesh refinement. We consider flows described by the reactive Euler equations with an ideal equation of state and various stiff reaction models. These equations are solved using a second-order accurate… (More)

- William D. Henshaw, Donald W. Schwendeman
- J. Comput. Physics
- 2006

We consider the solution of the reactive and non-reactive Euler equations on two-dimensional domains that evolve in time. The domains are discretized using moving overlapping grids. In a typical grid construction, boundary-fitted grids are used to represent moving boundaries, and these grids overlap with stationary background Cartesian grids.… (More)