Grégoire Winckelmans
Grégoire Winckelmans
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Contributions to vortex particle methods for the computation of three-dimensional incompressible unsteady flows
GS Winckelmans, A Leonard
Journal of Computational Physics 109 (2), 247-273, 1993
Vortex methods for direct numerical simulation of three-dimensional bluff body flows: application to the sphere at Re= 300, 500, and 1000
P Ploumhans, GS Winckelmans, JK Salmon, A Leonard, MS Warren
Journal of Computational Physics 178 (2), 427-463, 2002
On the modelling of the subgrid-scale and filtered-scale stress tensors in large-eddy simulation
D Carati, GS Winckelmans, H Jeanmart
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 441, 119-138, 2001
Vortex methods for high-resolution simulations of viscous flow past bluff bodies of general geometry
P Ploumhans, GS Winckelmans
Journal of Computational Physics 165 (2), 354-406, 2000
Explicit-filtering large-eddy simulation using the tensor-diffusivity model supplemented by a dynamic Smagorinsky term
GS Winckelmans, AA Wray, OV Vasilyev, H Jeanmart
Physics of Fluids 13 (5), 1385-1403, 2001
Assessment of a discontinuous Galerkin method for the simulation of vortical flows at high Reynolds number
C Carton de Wiart, K Hillewaert, M Duponcheel, G Winckelmans
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 74 (7), 469-493, 2014
Topics in vortex methods for the computation of three-and two-dimensional incompressible unsteady flows
GS Winckelmans
California Institute of Technology, 1989
On the comparison of turbulence intensities from large-eddy simulation with those from experiment or direct numerical simulation
GS Winckelmans, H Jeanmart, D Carati
Physics of Fluids 14 (5), 1809-1811, 2002
Implicit LES of free and wall‐bounded turbulent flows based on the discontinuous Galerkin/symmetric interior penalty method
CC De Wiart, K Hillewaert, L Bricteux, G Winckelmans
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 78 (6), 335-354, 2015
Assessment of RANS and improved near-wall modeling for forced convection at low Prandtl numbers based on LES up to Reτ= 2000
M Duponcheel, L Bricteux, M Manconi, G Winckelmans, Y Bartosiewicz
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 75, 470-482, 2014
Vortex methods and their application to trailing wake vortex simulations
G Winckelmans, R Cocle, L Dufresne, R Capart
Comptes Rendus Physique 6 (4-5), 467-486, 2005
Research towards a wake-vortex advisory system for optimal aircraft spacing
T Gerz, F Holzäpfel, W Bryant, F Köpp, M Frech, A Tafferner, ...
Comptes rendus. Physique 6 (4-5), 501-523, 2005
Combining the vortex-in-cell and parallel fast multipole methods for efficient domain decomposition simulations
R Cocle, G Winckelmans, G Daeninck
Journal of Computational Physics 227 (21), 9091-9120, 2008
Large eddy simulation of wind turbine wakes
P Chatelain, S Backaert, G Winckelmans, S Kern
Flow, turbulence and combustion 91, 587-605, 2013
Vortex methods
GS Winckelmans
Encyclopedia of computational mechanics, 2004
Investigation of eddy-viscosity models modified using discrete filters: A simplified “regularized variational multiscale model” and an “enhanced field model”
H Jeanmart, G Winckelmans
Physics of fluids 19 (5), 2007
Direct and large eddy simulation of turbulent heat transfer at very low Prandtl number: Application to lead–bismuth flows
L Bricteux, M Duponcheel, G Winckelmans, I Tiselj, Y Bartosiewicz
Nuclear engineering and design 246, 91-97, 2012
Aircraft vortices in stably stratified and weakly turbulent atmospheres: Simulation and modeling
I De Visscher, L Bricteux, G Winckelmans
AIAA journal 51 (3), 551-566, 2013
Application of wall-models to discontinuous Galerkin LES
A Frère, C Carton de Wiart, K Hillewaert, P Chatelain, G Winckelmans
Physics of Fluids 29 (8), 2017
Improved vortex methods for three-dimensional flows
G Winckelmans, A Leonard
Mathematical aspects of vortex dynamics, 25-35, 1989
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