Journal papers

  • Javidi Shirvan, A., Choquet, I., Nilsson, H., Jasak, H.: Coupling boundary condition for high-intensity electric arc attached on a non-homogeneous refractory cathode, Computer Physics Communications, 2017
  • Sattar, A.M.A., Jasak, H., Škurić, V.: Three dimensional modeling of free surface flow and sediment transport with bed deformation using automatic mesh motion, Environmental Modelling and Software, 2017
  • Gatin, I., Vukčević, V., Jasak, H., Rusche, H.: Enhanced coupling of solid body motion and fluid flow in finite volume framework, Ocean Engineering, 2017
  • Gatin, I., Vukčević, V., Jasak, H.: A Framework for Efficient Irregular Wave Simulations Using Higher Order Spectral Method Coupled With Viscous Two Phase Model, Journal of Ocean Engineering and Science, 2017
  • Vukčević, V., Jasak, H., Gatin, I.: Implementation of the Ghost Fluid Method for Free Surface Flows in Polyhedral Finite Volume Framework, Computers & Fluids, 2017
  • Charin, A.H.L.M., Tuković, Ž., Jasak, H., Silva, L.F.L.R., Lage, P.L.C.: A moving mesh interface tracking method for simulation of liquid–liquid systems, Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 334, 419-441, 2017.
  • Roenby, J., Bredmose, H., Jasak, H.:  A computational method for sharp interface advection, Royal Society Open Science, 3, 2016.
  • Cardiff, P., Tukovic, Z., Jasak, H., Ivankovic, A.: A block-coupled Finite Volume methodology for linear elasticity and unstructured meshes, Computers and Structures, Volume 175, 15 October 2016, Pages 100-122
  • Wiedemair, W., Tukovic,Z., Jasak, H., Poulikakos, D., and Kurtcuoglu, V.: The breakup of intravascular microbubbles and its impact on the endothelium, Biomechanics and Modelling in Mechanobiology, pp. 1-14, 2016.
  • Beale, B.S., Choi, H.-W., Pharoah, J.G., Roth, H.K., Jasak, H., Jeon, D.H.: Open-source computational model of a solid oxide fuel cell, Computer Physics Communications, 200, 15-26, 2016.
  • Johnson, P.L., Pent, J.M. Jasak, H.: Application of a Riemann Solver Unstructured Finite Volume Method to Combustion Instabilities Journal of Propulsion and Power, v 31 n 3, May/2015
  • Wiedemair, W., Tukovic,Z., Jasak, H., Poulikakos, D., and Kurtcuoglu, V.: Modeling the interaction of microbubbles: Effects of proximity, confinement, and excitation amplitude, Physics of Fluids, 26, 2014.
  • de Oliveira, J.A.P., Favero, J.L., Jasak, H., Secchi, A.R., and Cardozo, N.S.M.: A methodology for simulation of the filling stage in injection molding and its application in the analysis of flow induced stresses in thin wall parts, Polymer Engineering and Science, 2013: Under review.
  • Miller, S., Jasak, H., Boger, D., Paterson, E., and Nedungadi, A.: A pressure-based, compressible, two-phase finite volume method for underwater explosions, Computers and Fluids, 87: 132143, 2013.
  • Tukovic,Z. and Jasak, H.: A moving mesh finite volume interface tracking method for surface tension-dominated interfacial fluid flow, Computers and Fluids, 55: 7084, 2012.
  • Wiedemair, W., Tukovic,Z., Jasak, H., Poulikakos, D., and Kurtcuoglu, V: On ultrasound induced microbubble oscillation in a capillary blood vessel and its implications on the blood brain barrier, Physics in Medicine and Biology, 2011.
  • Garcia-Camprubi, M., Jasak, H., and Fueyo, N.: CFD analysis of cooling effects in H2-fed solid oxide fuel cells, Chemical Engineering Science, 196(17): 7290-7301, 2011
  • Habla, F., Marschall, H., Dietsche, L., Jasak, H., Favero, J., and Hinrichsen, O.: Numerical Simulation of Viscoelastic Two-Phase Flows using OpenFOAM, Chemical Engineering Science, 2011
  • Favero, J.L., Secchi, A.R., Cardozo, N.S.M., and Jasak, H.: Viscoelastic flow analysis using the software OpenFOAM and differential constitutive equations, J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 165: 1625-1636, 2010.
  • Favero, J.L., Secchi, A.R., Cardozo, N.S.M., and Jasak, H.: Simulation of Free Surface Viscoelastic Fluid Flow Using the viscoelasticInterFoam solver, Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 28: 3136, 2010.
  • Favero, J.L., Secchi, A.R., Cardozo, N.S.M., and Jasak, H.: Viscoelastic fluid analysis in internal and free surface flows using the software OpenFOAM, Computers and Chemical Engineering, pages 1984-1993, 2010.
  • Schmidt, D., Gopalakrishnan, S., and Jasak, H.: Multidimensional Simulation of Thermal Non-Equilibrium Channel Flow, Intl. J. of Multiphase Flow, 36(4): 284-292, 2010.
  • Jasak, H.: OpenFOAM: Open source CFD in research and industry, International Journal of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, 1(2): 8994, December 2009.
  • Tukovic,Z. and Jasak, H.: Updated Lagrangian Finite Volume Solver for Large Deformation Dynamic Response of Elastic Body, Transactions of FAMENA, 31(1): 5570, 2007.
  • Jasak, H. and Tukovic,Z.: Automatic Mesh Motion for the Unstructured Finite Volume Method, Transactions of FAMENA, 30(2): 118, 2007.
  • Hutchings, J.K., Jasak, H., and Laxon, S.: A Strength Implicit Correction Scheme for the ViscousPlastic Sea Ice Model, Ocean Modelling, 7: 111-133, 2004.
  • Jasak, H. and Gosman, A.D.: Element Residual Error Estimate for the Finite Volume Method, Computers and Fluids, 32: 223-248, 2002
  • Jasak, H. and Gosman, A.D.: Residual error estimate for the Finite Volume Method, Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, 39: 119, 2001
  • Jasak, H. and Gosman, A.D.: Automatic resolution control for the Finite Volume Method. Part 3: Turbulent Flow Application, Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, 38(3): 273-290, September 2000
  • Jasak, H. and Gosman, A.D.: Automatic resolution control for the Finite Volume Method. Part 2: Adaptive mesh refinement, Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, 38(3): 257-272, September 2000
  • Jasak, H. and Gosman, A.D.: Automatic resolution control for the Finite Volume Method. Part 1: A-posteriori error estimates, Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, 38(3): 237-256, September 2000.
  • Jasak, H. and Weller, H.G.: Application of the Finite Volume Method and Unstructured Meshes to Linear Elasticity, Int. J. Num. Meth. Engineering, 48(2): 267-287, 2000.
  • Jasak, H., Weller, H.G., and Gosman, A.D.: High resolution NVD differencing scheme for arbitrarily unstructured meshes, Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids, 31: 431-449, 1999.
  • Weller, H.G., Tabor, G., Jasak, H., and Fureby, C.: A tensorial approach to computational continuum mechanics using object orientated techniques, Computers in Physics, 12(6): 620-631, 1998.