Spencer J. Sherwin
Spencer J. Sherwin
Professor of Computational Fluid Mechanics, Imperial College London
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Spectral/hp element methods for CFD
GE Karniadakis, SJ Sherwin
Oxford university press, Oxford, 1999
One-dimensional modelling of a vascular network in space-time variables
SJ Sherwin, V Franke, J Peiró, K Parker
Journal of engineering mathematics 47 (3-4), 217-250, 2003
Modelling the circle of Willis to assess the effects of anatomical variations and occlusions on cerebral flows
J Alastruey, KH Parker, J Peiró, SM Byrd, SJ Sherwin
Journal of biomechanics 40 (8), 1794-1805, 2007
Nektar++: An open-source spectral/hp element framework
CD Cantwell, D Moxey, A Comerford, A Bolis, G Rocco, G Mengaldo, ...
Computer physics communications 192, 205-219, 2015
Computational modelling of 1D blood flow with variable mechanical properties and its application to the simulation of wave propagation in the human arterial system
SJ Sherwin, L Formaggia, J Peiro, V Franke
International journal for numerical methods in fluids 43 (6‐7), 673-700, 2003
Pulse wave propagation in a model human arterial network: assessment of 1-D numerical simulations against in vitro measurements
KS Matthys, J Alastruey, J Peiró, AW Khir, P Segers, PR Verdonck, ...
Journal of biomechanics 40 (15), 3476-3486, 2007
Formulation of a Galerkin spectral element–Fourier method for three-dimensional incompressible flows in cylindrical geometries
HM Blackburn, SJ Sherwin
Journal of Computational Physics 197 (2), 759-778, 2004
Pulse wave propagation in a model human arterial network: assessment of 1-D visco-elastic simulations against in vitro measurements
J Alastruey, AW Khir, KS Matthys, P Segers, SJ Sherwin, PR Verdonck, ...
Journal of biomechanics 44 (12), 2250-2258, 2011
Does low and oscillatory wall shear stress correlate spatially with early atherosclerosis? A systematic review
V Peiffer, SJ Sherwin, PD Weinberg
Cardiovascular research 99 (2), 242-250, 2013
Three-dimensional instabilities and transition of steady and pulsatile axisymmetric stenotic flows
SJ Sherwin, HM Blackburn
A triangular spectral element method; applications to the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
SJ Sherwin, GE Karniadakis
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 123 (1-4), 189-229, 1995
Lumped parameter outflow models for 1-D blood flow simulations: effect on pulse waves and parameter estimation
J Alastruey, KH Parker, J Peiró, SJ Sherwin
Communications in Computational Physics 4 (2), 317-336, 2008
Convective instability and transient growth in flow over a backward-facing step
HM Blackburn, D Barkley, SJ Sherwin
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 603, 271, 2008
Direct optimal growth analysis for timesteppers
D Barkley, HM Blackburn, SJ Sherwin
International journal for numerical methods in fluids 57 (9), 1435-1458, 2008
A new triangular and tetrahedral basis for high‐order (hp) finite element methods
SJ Sherwin, GE Karniadakis
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 38 (22), 3775-3802, 1995
Flow past a square-section cylinder with a wavy stagnation face
RM Darekar, SJ Sherwin
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 426, 263, 2001
Comparison of various fluid–structure interaction methods for deformable bodies
R van Loon, PD Anderson, FN van de Vosse, SJ Sherwin
Computers & structures 85 (11-14), 833-843, 2007
To CG or to HDG: a comparative study
RM Kirby, SJ Sherwin, B Cockburn
Journal of Scientific Computing 51 (1), 183-212, 2012
From h to p efficiently: Implementing finite and spectral/hp element methods to achieve optimal performance for low-and high-order discretisations
PEJ Vos, SJ Sherwin, RM Kirby
Journal of Computational Physics 229 (13), 5161-5181, 2010
Finite difference, finite element and finite volume methods for partial differential equations
J Peiró, S Sherwin
Handbook of materials modeling, 2415-2446, 2005
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