Miriam Mehl
Miriam Mehl
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Multiphysics simulations: Challenges and opportunities
DE Keyes, LC McInnes, C Woodward, W Gropp, E Myra, M Pernice, J Bell, ...
The International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications 27 (1 …, 2013
2142013
Fluid-structure interaction: modelling, simulation, optimisation
HJ Bungartz, M Schäfer
Springer Science & Business Media, 2006
1592006
A cache-aware algorithm for PDEs on hierarchical data structures based on space-filling curves
F Günther, M Mehl, M Pögl, C Zenger
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 28 (5), 1634-1650, 2006
842006
Peano—a traversal and storage scheme for octree-like adaptive Cartesian multiscale grids
T Weinzierl, M Mehl
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 33 (5), 2732-2760, 2011
722011
The PDE framework Peano applied to fluid dynamics: an efficient implementation of a parallel multiscale fluid dynamics solver on octree-like adaptive Cartesian grids
HJ Bungartz, M Mehl, T Neckel, T Weinzierl
Computational Mechanics 46 (1), 103-114, 2010
632010
A cache‐oblivious self‐adaptive full multigrid method
M Mehl, T Weinzierl, C Zenger
Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications 13 (2‐3), 275-291, 2006
532006
Partitioned simulation of fluid-structure interaction on Cartesian grids
HJ Bungartz, J Benk, B Gatzhammer, M Mehl, T Neckel
Fluid Structure Interaction II, 255-284, 2011
502011
Numerical simulation of particle transport in a drift ratchet
M Brenk, HJ Bungartz, M Mehl, IL Muntean, T Neckel, T Weinzierl
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 30 (6), 2777-2798, 2008
472008
A parallel adaptive Cartesian PDE solver using space–filling curves
HJ Bungartz, M Mehl, T Weinzierl
European Conference on Parallel Processing, 1064-1074, 2006
432006
Fluid-structure interaction on cartesian grids: Flow simulation and coupling environment
M Brenk, HJ Bungartz, M Mehl, T Neckel
Fluid-Structure Interaction, 233-269, 2006
382006
preCICE–a fully parallel library for multi-physics surface coupling
HJ Bungartz, F Lindner, B Gatzhammer, M Mehl, K Scheufele, A Shukaev, ...
Computers & Fluids 141, 250-258, 2016
312016
An Eulerian approach for partitioned fluid–structure simulations on Cartesian grids
M Mehl, M Brenk, HJ Bungartz, K Daubner, IL Muntean, T Neckel
Computational Mechanics 43 (1), 115-124, 2008
312008
Time-resolved study of biofilm architecture and transport processes using experimental and simulation techniques: the role of EPS
M Kuehn, M Mehl, M Hausner, HJ Bungartz, S Wuertz
Water Science and Technology 43 (6), 143-151, 2001
312001
Navier–Stokes and Lattice–Boltzmann on octree‐like grids in the Peano framework
M Mehl, T Neckel, P Neumann
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 65 (1‐3), 67-86, 2011
302011
Parallel coupling numerics for partitioned fluid–structure interaction simulations
M Mehl, B Uekermann, H Bijl, D Blom, B Gatzhammer, A Van Zuijlen
Computers & Mathematics with Applications 71 (4), 869-891, 2016
242016
A parallel, black-box coupling algorithm for fluid-structure interaction
B Uekermann, HJ Bungartz, B Gatzhammer, M Mehl
Proceedings of 5th International Conference on Computational Methods for …, 2013
192013
A plug-and-play coupling approach for parallel multi-field simulations
HJ Bungartz, F Lindner, M Mehl, B Uekermann
Computational Mechanics 55 (6), 1119-1129, 2015
182015
A comparison of various quasi-Newton schemes for partitioned fluid-structure interaction
F Lindner, M Mehl, K Scheufele, B Uekermann
Proceedings of 6th International Conference on Computational Methods for …, 2015
162015
A coupling environment for partitioned multiphysics simulations applied to fluid-structure interaction scenarios
B Gatzhammer, M Mehl, T Neckel
Procedia Computer Science 1 (1), 681-689, 2010
162010
Concepts for an Efficient Implementation of Domain Decomposition Approaches for Fluid-Structure Interactions
M Mehl, T Neckel, T Weinzierl
Domain Decomposition Methods in Science and Engineering XVII, 591-598, 2008
162008
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