Marwan Darwish
Marwan Darwish
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, American University of Beirut
Verified email at aub.edu.lb
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The finite volume method in computational fluid dynamics
F Moukalled, L Mangani, M Darwish
Springer, 2016
7162016
TVD schemes for unstructured grids
MS Darwish, F Moukalled
International Journal of heat and mass transfer 46 (4), 599-611, 2003
2582003
A Unified Formulation of the Segregated Class of Algorithms For Multi-Fluid Flow at All-Speeds
F Moukalled, M Darwish
212*1999
Normalized variable and space formulation methodology for high-resolution schemes
MS Darwish, FH Moukalled
Numerical Heat Transfer 26 (1), 79-96, 1994
1921994
A new high-resolution scheme based on the normalized variable formulation
MS Darwish
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B Fundamentals 24 (3), 353-371, 1993
1461993
A coupled finite volume solver for the solution of incompressible flows on unstructured grids
M Darwish, I Sraj, F Moukalled
Journal of Computational Physics 228 (1), 180-201, 2009
1282009
A high-resolution pressure-based algorithm for fluid flow at all speeds
F Moukalled, M Darwish
Journal of Computational Physics 168 (1), 101-130, 2001
1082001
Convective schemes for capturing interfaces of free-surface flows on unstructured grids
M Darwish, F Moukalled
Numerical heat transfer, part B: Fundamentals 49 (1), 19-42, 2006
1042006
Numerical modelling of viscoelastic liquids using a finite-volume method
MS Darwish, JR Whiteman, MJ Bevis
Journal of non-newtonian fluid mechanics 45 (3), 311-337, 1992
791992
A pressure-based algorithm for multi-phase flow at all speeds
F Moukalled, M Darwish, B Sekar
Journal of Computational Physics 190 (2), 550-571, 2003
572003
Natural convection in a partitioned trapezoidal cavity heated from the side
F Moukalled, M Darwish
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications 43 (5), 543-563, 2003
532003
The normalized weighting factor method: a novel technique for accelerating the convergence of high-resolution convective schemes
MS Darwish, F Moukalled
Numerical Heat Transfer 30 (2), 217-237, 1996
441996
A coupled incompressible flow solver on structured grids
M Darwish, I Sraj, F Moukalled
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Fundamentals 52 (4), 353-371, 2007
422007
A fully coupled Navier-Stokes solver for fluid flow at all speeds
M Darwish, F Moukalled
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Fundamentals 65 (5), 410-444, 2014
372014
Development of a novel fully coupled solver in openfoam: Steady-state incompressible turbulent flows
L Mangani, M Buchmayr, M Darwish
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Fundamentals 66 (1), 1-20, 2014
322014
The use of CFD for predicting and optimizing the performance of air conditioning equipment
F Moukalled, S Verma, M Darwish
International journal of heat and mass transfer 54 (1-3), 549-563, 2011
322011
Natural convection heat transfer in a porous rhombic annulus
F Moukalled, M Darwish
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications 58 (2), 101-124, 2010
312010
Pressure-based algorithms for multifluid flow at all speeds—Part I: Mass conservation formulation
F Moukalled, M Darwish
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Fundamentals 45 (6), 495-522, 2004
302004
Pressure‐Based Algorithms for Single‐Fluid and Multifluid Flows
F Moukalled, M Darwish
Handbook of numerical heat transfer, 325-367, 2000
272000
A new family of streamline-based very-high-resolution schemes
F Moukalled, M Darwish
Numerical Heat Transfer 32 (3), 299-320, 1997
271997
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