Nicole Marheineke
Nicole Marheineke
Professor in Mathematics, Trier University
Verified email at uni-trier.de
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Fiber dynamics in turbulent flows: General modeling framework
N Marheineke, R Wegener
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 66 (5), 1703-1726, 2006
692006
Modeling and application of a stochastic drag for fibers in turbulent flows
N Marheineke, R Wegener
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 37 (2), 136-148, 2011
592011
A stochastic model and associated Fokker–Planck equation for the fiber lay-down process in nonwoven production processes
T Götz, A Klar, N Marheineke, R Wegener
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 67 (6), 1704-1717, 2007
542007
Hierarchy of mathematical models for production processes of technical textiles
A Klar, N Marheineke, R Wegener
ZAMM‐Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics/Zeitschrift für Angewandte …, 2009
532009
Asymptotic model for the dynamics of curved viscous fibres with surface tension
N Marheineke, R Wegener
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 622, 345-369, 2009
522009
Systematic derivation of an asymptotic model for the dynamics of curved viscous fibers
S Panda, N Marheineke, R Wegener
Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences 31 (10), 1153-1173, 2008
52*2008
Numerical analysis of Cosserat rod and string models for viscous jets in rotational spinning processes
W Arne, N Marheineke, A Meister, R Wegener
Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences 20 (10), 1941-1965, 2010
372010
Hydrodynamic limit of a Fokker–Planck equation describing fiber lay-down processes
LL Bonilla, T Götz, A Klar, N Marheineke, R Wegener
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 68 (3), 648-665, 2008
352008
Fiber dynamics in turbulent flows: Specific Taylor drag
N Marheineke, R Wegener
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 68 (1), 1-23, 2007
322007
Asymptotic transition from Cosserat rod to string models for curved viscous inertial jets
W Arne, N Marheineke, R Wegener
Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences 21 (10), 1987-2018, 2011
282011
Fluid-fiber-interactions in rotational spinning process of glass wool production
W Arne, N Marheineke, J Schnebele, R Wegener
Journal of Mathematics in Industry 1 (1), 2, 2011
272011
On structure-preserving model reduction for damped wave propagation in transport networks
H Egger, T Kugler, B Liljegren-Sailer, N Marheineke, V Mehrmann
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 40 (1), A331-A365, 2018
252018
Finite volume approach for the instationary Cosserat rod model describing the spinning of viscous jets
W Arne, N Marheineke, A Meister, S Schiessl, R Wegener
Journal of Computational Physics 294, 20-37, 2015
162015
Turbulent fibers: On the motion of long, flexible fibers in turbulent flows
N Marheineke
Shaker, 2005
152005
Random field sampling for a simplified model of melt-blowing considering turbulent velocity fluctuations
F Hübsch, N Marheineke, K Ritter, R Wegener
Journal of Statistical Physics 150 (6), 1115-1137, 2013
142013
Space mapping-focused control techniques for particle dispersions in fluids
N Marheineke, R Pinnau, E Reséndiz
Optimization and Engineering 13 (1), 101-120, 2012
142012
Modeling and numerical simulation of fiber dynamics
D Hietel, N Marheineke
PAMM: Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 5 (1), 667-670, 2005
12*2005
Two adjoint-based optimization approaches for a free surface Stokes flow
S Repke, N Marheineke, R Pinnau
SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 71 (6), 2168-2184, 2011
11*2011
Multiphysics and multimethods problem of rotational glass fiber melt-spinning
N Marheineke, J Liljo, J Mohring, J Schnebele, R Wegener
Int. J. Numer. Anal. Model. B 3 (3), 330-344, 2012
102012
Asymptotics and numerics for the upper-convected Maxwell model describing transient curved viscoelastic jets
N Marheineke, B Liljegren-Sailer, M Lorenz, R Wegener
Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences 26 (03), 569-600, 2016
92016
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