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On the parallelization of moving particle level set (MPLS) method for multiphase flow simulation using OpenMP

@inproceedings{Ibrahim2019OnTP,
  title={On the parallelization of moving particle level set (MPLS) method for multiphase flow simulation using OpenMP},
  author={Abdalla M.E. Ibrahim and Khai Ching Ng and Y. L. Ng},
  year={2019}
}
Article history: Received 24 September 2018 Received in revised form 17 October 2018 Accepted 2 November 2018 Available online 11 January 2019 As the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) continues to grow, some advanced simulation methods such as mesh-less (or particle) methods have been devised to solve fluid flow problems involving complex dynamics. The popular Moving Particle Semi-implicit (MPS) method is one of the particle methods commonly used to solve fluid flow problems without… 

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