Basilisk

    Basiliscus basiliscus is the latin name of the extraordinary Jesus Christ lizard, famous for its ability to run on the surface of water, a characteristic it shares with another well-known water-walker Gerris lacustris.

    Basilisk is also the name of a Free Software program for the solution of partial differential equations on adaptive Cartesian meshes. It is destined to be the successor of Gerris and is developed by the same authors.

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    [jaccod2021]

    Alice Jaccod, Stefano Berti, Enrico Calzavarini, and Sergio Chibbaro. Predator-prey plankton dynamics in turbulent flow past an obstacle. Physical Review Fluids, 6(10):103802, Sep 2021. [ DOI ]

    [sakakeeny2021b]

    J. Sakakeeny, C. Deshpande, S. Deb, J.L. Alvarado, and Y. Ling. A model to predict the oscillation frequency for drops pinned on a vertical planar surface. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 928:A28, 2021. [ DOI ]

    [sharaborin2021a]

    Evgenii L. Sharaborin, Oleg A. Rogozin, and Aslan R. Kasimov. The coupled volume of fluid and Brinkman penalization methods for simulation of incompressible multiphase flows. Fluids, 6(9):334, sep 2021. [ DOI | http | http ]

    [li2021]

    Shuai Li, Youssef Saade, Devaraj van der Meer, and Detlef Lohse. Comparison of boundary integral and volume-of-fluid methods for compressible bubble dynamics. International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 145:103834, 2021. [ DOI | http | .pdf ]

    [wu2021]

    Jiarong Wu and Luc Deike. Wind wave growth in the viscous regime. Phys. Rev. Fluids, 6:094801, Sep 2021. [ DOI | http ]