nabil atallah
nabil atallah
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A reduced order approach for the embedded shifted boundary FEM and a heat exchange system on parametrized geometries
EN Karatzas, G Stabile, N Atallah, G Scovazzi, G Rozza
IUTAM Symposium on Model Order Reduction of Coupled Systems, Stuttgart …, 2020
132020
Performance optimization and validation of ADM1 simulations under anaerobic thermophilic conditions
NM Atallah, M El-Fadel, S Ghanimeh, P Saikaly, M Abou-Najm
Bioresource technology 174, 243-255, 2014
132014
Non-Newtonian fluids in action: Revisiting hydraulic conductivity and pore size distribution of porous media
MR Abou Najm, NM Atallah
Vadose Zone Journal 15 (9), 2016
122016
Characterization of synthetic porous media using non‐Newtonian fluids: experimental evidence
NM Atallah, MR Abou Najm
European Journal of Soil Science 70 (2), 257-267, 2019
72019
The Shifted Interface Method: A flexible approach to embedded interface computations
K Li, NM Atallah, GA Main, G Scovazzi
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 121 (3), 492-518, 2020
62020
Analysis of the shifted boundary method for the Stokes problem
NM Atallah, C Canuto, G Scovazzi
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 358, 112609, 2020
62020
Analysis of the Shifted Boundary Method for the Poisson Problem in General Domains
NM Atallah, C Canuto, G Scovazzi
arXiv preprint arXiv:2006.00872, 2020
22020
The Second-Generation Shifted Boundary Method and Its Numerical Analysis
NM Atallah, C Canuto, G Scovazzi
arXiv preprint arXiv:2004.10584, 2020
22020
Solver for a new theory for revisiting hydraulic conductivity and pore size distribution of porous media
NM Atallah
Theses, Dissertations, and Projects, 2015
12015
The Second Generation Shifted Boundary Method with Applications to Porous Media Flow and Solid Mechanics
NM Atallah
Duke University, 2020
2020
Smart Fluids in Hydrology: Use of Non-Newtonian Fluids for Pore Structure Characterization
M Abou Najm, N Atallah, J Selker, C Roques, R Stewart, D Rupp, G Saad, ...
EGUGA, EPSC2016-11283, 2016
2016
The Shifted Boundary Method: A new approach to embedded domain computations.
G Scovazzi, A Main, T Song, N Atallah, O Colomés, L Nouveau, ...
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