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Tore Flåtten

Tore Flåtten

Vitenskapelige publikasjoner

Popescu, Mihaela; Flåtten, Tore Halsne (2021). A study of blockage effects at the wind turbine and wind farm scales. 19 s. Energies . Vol. 14.

Bore, Sigbjørn Løland; Flåtten, Tore Halsne (2020). High-resolution large time-step schemes for inviscid fluid flow. Applied Mathematical Modelling . Vol. 81.

Linga, Gaute; Flåtten, Tore Halsne (2019). A Hierarchy of Non-Equilibrium Two-Phase Flow Models. ESAIM: Proceedings and Surveys . Vol. 66.

Flåtten, Tore Halsne; Pelanti, Marica; Shyue, Keh-Ming (2018). A Numerical Model for Three-Phase Liquid–Vapor–Gas Flows with Relaxation Processes. Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics . Vol. 237.

Prebeg, Marin; Flåtten, Tore Halsne; Müller, Bernhard (2018). Large time step HLL and HLLC schemes. Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis . Vol. 52.

Prebeg, Marin; Flåtten, Tore; Müller, Bernhard (2017). Large Time Step Roe scheme for a common 1D two-fluid model. Applied Mathematical Modelling . Vol. 44.

Aarsnes, Ulf Jakob Flø; Flåtten, Tore; Aamo, Ole Morten (2016). Review of two-phase flow models for control and estimation. Annual Reviews in Control . Vol. 42.

Lindqvist, Sofia Margareta; Aursand, Peder; Flåtten, Tore; Solberg, Anders Aase (2016). Large time step TVD schemes for hyperbolic conservation laws. SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis . Vol. 54.

Morin, Alexandre; Flåtten, Tore (2016). A two-fluid four-equation model with instantaneous thermodynamical equilibrium. Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis . Vol. 50.

Prebeg, Marin; Flåtten, Tore; Müller, Bernhard (2015). BOUNDARY AND SOURCE TERM TREATMENT IN THE LARGE TIME STEP METHOD FOR A COMMON TWO-FLUID MODEL. Solnordal, C.B.; Liovic, P.; Delaney, G.W.; Cummins, S.J.; Schwarz, M.P.; Witt, P.J. (Red.). Eleventh International Conference on CFD in the Minerals and Process Industries CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia 7-9 December 2015. Kapittel. CSIRO Publishing.

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