Flint Pierce
Sandia National Laboratories
ParticleCombustionHyperbolic partial differential equationContaminationDispersityNuclear engineeringParametric statisticsPhysicsLarge eddy simulationStatistical physicsDiffusion (business)Computational chemistryBoilingCopolymerSoil scienceChemical physicsComposite materialComputational fluid dynamicsNanotechnologyPenetrant (mechanical, electrical, or structural)Boundary value problemLubricationChemistryFragmentation (computing)Materials scienceMonte Carlo methodTurbulenceSolid fuelMineralogyRheologySensitivity (control systems)ParticulatesFractal dimensionPlumeSootSolverSolvent modelsMethanolLiquid fuelStokesian dynamicsPolybutadieneNuclear facilitiesMoleculeBreathingAtmospheric temperature rangeEnvironmental scienceFractalComputer scienceChemical engineeringPartition (number theory)SimulationClosed-form expressionDissipative particle dynamicsIncandescencePolymerLagrangianMechanicsMolecular dynamicsColloidEvaporationBoundary (topology)Volume fractionCharringLaminar flowThermal radiationRadiant energyPrinciple of maximum entropyThermodynamicsHard spheres
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#1Alexander L. BrownH-Index: 6
#2David J. Glaze (SNL: Sandia National Laboratories)H-Index: 6
Last. Flint Pierce (SNL: Sandia National Laboratories)H-Index: 11
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Predicting the behavior of solid fuels in response to a fire is a complex endeavor. Heterogeneity, charring, and intumescence are a few examples of the many challenges presented by some common materials. If one desires to employ a 3-dimensional computational fluid dynamics (CFD) model for fire, an accurate solid combustion model for materials at the domain boundary is often desirable. Methods for such modeling are not currently mature, and this is a current topic of research. For some practical ...
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May 22, 2014 in CPM (Combinatorial Pattern Matching)
#1Dan S. Bolintineanu (SNL: Sandia National Laboratories)H-Index: 15
#2Gary S. Grest (SNL: Sandia National Laboratories)H-Index: 106
Last. P. Randall Schunk (SNL: Sandia National Laboratories)H-Index: 10
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We present a review and critique of several methods for the simulation of the dynamics of colloidal suspensions at the mesoscale. We focus particularly on simulation techniques for hydrodynamic interactions, including implicit solvents (Fast Lubrication Dynamics, an approximation to Stokesian Dynamics) and explicit/particle-based solvents (Multi-Particle Collision Dynamics and Dissipative Particle Dynamics). Several variants of each method are compared quantitatively for the canonical system of ...
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