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Bartholomew, P., Denner, F., Abdol-Azis, M. H., Marquis, A., & van Wachem, B. G. M. (2018). Unified formulation of the momentum-weighted interpolation for collocated variable arrangements. Journal of Computational Physics, 375, 177-208. External link

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Charogiannis, A., Denner, F., van Wachem, B. G. M., Kalliadasis, S., Scheid, B., & Markides, C. N. (2018). Experimental investigations of liquid falling films flowing under an inclined planar substrate. Physical Review Fluids, 3(11), 114002 (39 pages). External link

Charogiannis, A., Denner, F., van Wachem, B. G. M., Kalliadasis, S., & Markides, C. N. (2017). Detailed hydrodynamic characterization of harmonically excited falling-film flows: A combined experimental and computational study. Physical Review Fluids, 2(1), 014002 (37 pages). External link

Charogiannis, A., Denner, F., van Wachem, B. G. M., Kalliadasis, S., & Markides, C. N. (2017). Statistical characteristics of falling-film flows: A synergistic approach at the crossroads of direct numerical simulations and experiments. Physical Review Fluids, 2(12), 124002 (28 pages). External link

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Denner, F., Evrard, F., & van Wachem, B. G. M. (2020). Conservative finite-volume framework and pressure-based algorithm for flows of incompressible, ideal-gas and real-gas fluids at all speeds. Journal of Computational Physics, 409, 109348 (30 pages). External link

Denner, F., & van Wachem, B. G. M. (2019). Numerical modelling of shock-bubble interactions using a pressure-based algorithm without Riemann solvers. Experimental and Computational Multiphase Flow, 1(4), 271-285. External link

Denner, F., Xiao, C.-N., & van Wachem, B. G. M. (2018). Pressure-based algorithm for compressible interfacial flows with acoustically-conservative interface discretisation. Journal of Computational Physics, 367, 192-234. External link

Denner, F., Charogiannis, A., Pradas, M., Markides, C. N., van Wachem, B. G. M., & Kalliadasis, S. (2018). Solitary waves on falling liquid films in the inertia-dominated regime. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 837, 491-519. External link

Denner, F., Evrard, F., Serfaty, R., & van Wachem, B. G. M. (2017). Artificial viscosity model to mitigate numerical artefacts at fluid interfaces with surface tension. Computers & Fluids, 143, 59-72. External link

Denner, F., Pradas, M., Charogiannis, A., Markides, C. N., van Wachem, B. G. M., & Kalliadasis, S. (2016). Self-similarity of solitary waves on inertia-dominated falling liquid films. Physical Review E, 93(3), 033121 (14 pages). External link

Denner, F., & van Wachem, B. G. M. (2015). Numerical time-step restrictions as a result of capillary waves. Journal of Computational Physics, 285, 24-40. External link

Denner, F., & van Wachem, B. G. M. (2015). TVD differencing on three-dimensional unstructured meshes with monotonicity-preserving correction of mesh skewness. Journal of Computational Physics, 298, 466-479. External link

Denner, F., & van Wachem, B. G. M. (2014). Compressive VOF method with skewness correction to capture sharp interfaces on arbitrary meshes. Journal of Computational Physics, 279, 127-144. External link

Denner, F., & van Wachem, B. G. M. (2014). Fully-Coupled Balanced-Force VOF Framework for Arbitrary Meshes with Least-Squares Curvature Evaluation from Volume Fractions. Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Fundamentals, 65(3), 218-255. External link

Denner, F., & van Wachem, B. G. M. (2013). On the convolution of fluid properties and surface force for interface capturing methods. International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 54, 61-64. External link

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Perrier, H., Denner, F., Eaton, M. D., & van Wachem, B. G. M. (2019). On the numerical modelling of Corium spreading using Volume-of-Fluid methods. Nuclear Engineering and Design, 345, 216-232. External link

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Xiao, C.-N., Denner, F., & van Wachem, B. G. M. (2017). Fully-coupled pressure-based finite-volume framework for the simulation of fluid flows at all speeds in complex geometries. Journal of Computational Physics, 346, 91-130. External link

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