Igor Gribanov
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Thermal lattice Boltzmann method for multiphase flows
AL Kupershtokh, DA Medvedev, II Gribanov
Physical Review E 98 (2), 023308, 2018
202018
Modeling of thermal flows in a medium with phase transitions using the lattice Boltzmann method
AL Kupershtokh, DA Medvedev, II Gribanov
Numerical methods and programming 15, 317-328, 2014
172014
Cohesive zone micromechanical model for compressive and tensile failure of polycrystalline ice
I Gribanov, R Taylor, R Sarracino
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 196, 142-156, 2018
102018
Application of cohesive zone model to the fracture process of freshwater polycrystalline ice under flexural loading
I Gribanov, R Taylor, R Sarracino
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 193 (1), 012013, 2018
42018
Parallel implementation of implicit finite element model with cohesive zones and collision response using CUDA
I Gribanov, R Taylor, R Sarracino
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 115 (7), 771-790, 2018
42018
Investigation of mixed mode fracture of l-shaped sea ice beams
II Gribanov, A Marchenko, A Murdza, R Taylor, R Sarracino
Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Port and Ocean …, 2019
22019
The Gradient and the Hessian of the Distance between Point and Triangle in 3D
I Gribanov, R Taylor, R Sarracino
Algorithms 11 (7), 104, 2018
22018
Thermal lattice Boltzmann method for multiphase flows
DA Medvedev, AL Kupershtokh, II Gribanov
Proceedings, 23th International Conference on Discrete Simulation of Fluid …, 2014
12014
Numerical investigation of fracture of polycrystalline ice under dynamic loading
I Gribanov
Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2020
2020
Simulations of phase transitions with heat and mass transfer by the lattice Boltzmann method
AL Kupershtokh, DA Medvedev, II Gribanov
Modern Science: Researches, Ideas, Results, Technologies 2014 (1), 30-38, 2014
2014
25th IAHR International Symposium on Ice
I Gribanov, A Marchenko, RS Taylor
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