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2007

Highly Cited

2007

A new formulation of the immersed boundary method with a structure algebraically identical to the traditional fractional step… Expand

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Highly Cited

2007

Highly Cited

2007

An improved version of the immersed boundary (IB) method is developed for simulating flexible filaments in a uniform flow. The… Expand

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Highly Cited

2007

Highly Cited

2007

An immersed boundary method for time-dependent, three-dimensional, incompressible flows is presented in this paper. The… Expand

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Highly Cited

2007

Highly Cited

2007

The immersed boundary (IB) method has been widely applied to problems involving a moving elastic boundary that is immersed in… Expand

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Highly Cited

2005

Highly Cited

2005

We present an improved method for computing incompressible viscous flow around suspended rigid particles using a fixed and… Expand

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2005

Highly Cited

2005

The immersed boundary method is both a mathematical formulation and a numerical scheme for problems involving the interaction of… Expand

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2003

Highly Cited

2003

An efficient ghost-cell immersed boundary method (GCIBM) for simulating turbulent flows in complex geometries is presented. A… Expand

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2002

Highly Cited

2002

This paper is concerned with the mathematical structure of the immersed boundary (IB) method, which is intended for the computer… Expand

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2002

Highly Cited

2002

This paper reports the computer simulation of a flapping flexible filament in a flowing soap film using the immersed boundary… Expand

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Highly Cited

1994

Highly Cited

1994

The authors develop finite difference methods for elliptic equations of the form \[ \nabla \cdot (\beta (x)\nabla u(x)) + \kappa… Expand

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