List of journal papers

A list of journal papers is provided below:

 

2016 (or in press)

  1. Harwood, A, Revell, A. (accepted). Parallelisation of an interactive lattice-Boltzmann method on an Android-powered mobile device. Advances in Engineering Software
  2. Pinelli, A., Omidyeganeh, M., Brücker, C., Revell, A., Sarkar, A., & Alinovi, E. (2016). The PELskin project: part IV—control of bluff body wakes using hairy filaments. Meccanica, 1-12. 
  3. Revell, A., O’Connor, J., Sarkar, A., Li, C., Favier, J., Kamps, L., & Brücker, C. (2016) The PELskin project: part II—investigating the physical coupling between flexible filaments in an oscillating flow. Meccanica, 1-15. 
  4. Favier, J., Li, C., Kamps, L., Revell, A., O’Connor, J., & Brücker, C. (2016) The PELskin project—part I: fluid–structure interaction for a row of flexible flaps: a reference study in oscillating channel flow. Meccanica, 1-14. \
  5. Skillen, A., Revell, A., & Craft, T. (2016). Accuracy and efficiency improvements in synthetic eddy methods. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow.
  6. MacIver, D. H., Adeniran, I., MacIver, I. R., Revell, A., & Zhang, H. (2016). Physiological mechanisms of pulmonary hypertension. American Heart Journal.
  7. Al-Azawy, M.G., Turan, A. and Revell, A., (2016). Assessment of turbulence models for pulsatile flow inside a heart pump. Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering19(3), pp.271-285.
  8. Al‐Azawy, M.G., Turan, A. and Revell, A., (2016). Investigating the impact of non‐Newtonian blood models within a heart pump. International journal for numerical methods in biomedical engineering.
  9. B Owen, B, C Lowe, N Ashton, P Mandal, S Rogers, W Wein, C McCollum, and A Revell. (2016) “Computational hemodynamics of abdominal aortic aneurysms: Three-dimensional ultrasound versus computed tomography.” Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine 230, no. 3: 201-210.
  10. O’Connor, J, Day P,, Mandal P., and Revell, A. (2016) “Computational fluid dynamics in the microcirculation and microfluidics: what role can the lattice Boltzmann method play?.” Integrative Biology 8, no. 5: 589-602.
  11. Keshmiri, A., Revell, A. and Darabkhani, H.G., (2016). Assessment of a common nonlinear eddy-viscosity turbulence model in capturing laminarization in mixed convection flows. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications69(2), pp.146-165.
  12. Ashton, N., A. West, S. Lardeau, and Revell, A. (2016) “Assessment of RANS and DES methods for realistic automotive models.” Computers & Fluids 128: 1-15.

 

2015

  1. Berg, P., Roloff, C., Beuing, O., Voss, S., Sugiyama, S.I., Aristokleous, N., Anayiotos, A.S.., Ashton, N., Revell, A., Bressloff, N.W. and Brown, A.G…Janiga,G. (2015). The Computational Fluid Dynamics Rupture Challenge 2013—Phase II: variability of hemodynamic simulations in two intracranial aneurysms. Journal of biomechanical engineering
  2. Ashton, N. and Revell, A., (2015). Key factors in the use of DDES for the flow around a simplified car. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow54, pp.236-249.
  3. O’Connor, J., Revell, A., Mandal, P. and Day, P., (2016). Application of a lattice Boltzmann-immersed boundary method for fluid-filament dynamics and flow sensing. Journal of Biomechanics.

 

2014

  1. Mawson, M. J., & Revell, A. J. (2014). Memory transfer optimization for a lattice Boltzmann solver on Kepler architecture nVidia GPUs. Computer Physics Communications, 185(10), 2566-2574
  2. Ahmed, U., Prosser, R., & Revell, A. (2014). Towards the development of an evolution equation for flame turbulence interaction in premixed turbulent combustion. Flow, Turbulence and Combustion93(4), 637-663.
  3. McNaughton, J., Billard, F., & Revell, A. (2014). Turbulence modelling of low Reynolds number flow effects around a vertical axis turbine at a range of tip-speed ratios. Journal of Fluids and Structures47, 124-138.
  4. Skillen, A., Revell, A., Pinelli, A., Piomelli, U., & Favier, J. (2014). Flow over a wing with leading-edge undulations. AIAA Journal, 53(2), 464-472.
  5. Favier, J., Revell, A., & Pinelli, A. (2014). A Lattice Boltzmann–Immersed Boundary method to simulate the fluid interaction with moving and slender flexible objects. Journal of Computational Physics, 261, 145-161.

 

2013

  1. Poletto, R., Craft, T., & Revell, A. (2013). A new divergence free synthetic eddy method for the reproduction of inlet flow conditions for LES. J. of Flow, turbulence and combustion, 91(3), 519-539.

 

2012

  1. Ashton, N., Revell, A., Prosser, R., & Uribe, J. (2012). Development of an alternative delayed detached-eddy simulation formulation based on elliptic relaxation. AIAA journal, 51(2), 513-519
  2. Billard F, Revell A, Craft T J. (2012). “Application of recently developed elliptic blending based models to separated flows”. Int. Journal of Heat & Fluid Flow.
  3. Skillen A, Revell A, Iacovides H, Wu W. (2012). “Numerical prediction of local hot-spot phenomena in transformer windings”. Applied Thermal Engineering. Vol. 36. pp 96-105.
  4. Wu W, Wang Z, Revell A, Iacovides H, Jarman P. (2012). “CFD Calibration for Network Modelling of Transformer Cooling Oil Flows Part I Heat Transfer in Oil Ducts”. IET Research Journals – Electrical Power Applications (formerly IEE Proceedings). Vol. 6. Issue 1.
  5.  Wu W, Wang Z, Revell A, Jarman P. (2012). “CFD Calibration for Network Modelling of Transformer Cooling Oil Flows Part II Pressure Loss at Junction Nodes”. IET Research Journals – Electrical Power Applications (formerly IEE Proceedings). Vol. 6. Issue 1. pp 28-34.

 

pre 2011

  1. Revell A, Craft T J, Laurence D (2011). “Turbulence Modelling of Unsteady Turbulent Flows Using the Stress Strain Lag Model”. Flow, Turbulence and Combustion. Vol. 86. No. 1. pp 129-151
  2. Revell A, Benhamadouche S, Craft T, Laurence D. (2006). “A stress strain lag eddy viscosity model for unsteady mean flow”. International Journal of Heat & Fluid Flow.. Vol. 27. pp 821-830.
  3. Galliot S, Revell A, Blay D, Vantelon J P, Deberteix P. (2005) “Contribution to the control of fire-induced smoke flow in longitudinally ventilated tunnels”. Fire Technology. Vol. 25. No. 3. pp 315.