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Moncho Gesteira published an article in January 2015.
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Robert A. Dalrymple

125 shared publications

Daniel T. Cox

36 shared publications

A. Barreiro

8 shared publications

Universidad de Vigo

Omar Knio

6 shared publications

A. J. C. Crespo

1 shared publications

Universidad de Vigo

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BOOK-CHAPTER 1 Read 0 Citations Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics for Free-Surface Flows A. Barreiro, J. M. Domínguez, A. J. C. Crespo, O. García-Fea... Published: 01 January 2015
Environmental Science and Engineering, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-11487-3_6
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A solver for free-surface flows (DualSPHysics) based on the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) model is presented. The classical SPH formulation is described along with the governing equations, filters and corrections, boundary conditions and time stepping schemes. The reliability of the DualSPHysics model is discussed by comparing the numerical results with the experimental data for a benchmark test case. The applicability of the code is shown with some examples where wave propagation and wave-structure interaction are simulated.
Conference 0 Reads 1 Citation Using a Lagrangian Particle Method for Deck Overtopping Robert A. Dalrymple, Omar Knio, Daniel T. Cox, Moncho Gestei... Published: 29 March 2002
Fourth International Symposium on Ocean Wave Measurement and Analysis, doi: 10.1061/40604(273)110
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Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) methods have recently been used to examine water wave motions. Here we apply SPH to the problem of water waves impinging on a deck of an offshore platform. Laboratory experiments by Cox and Ortega are used to motivate the numerical modeling efforts. Realistic comparisons are found, although no direct one-one comparisons are made as the resolution of the numerical model was insufficient at that time.