P Stansby
P Stansby
Professor of Hydrodynamics, University of Manchester
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Comparisons of weakly compressible and truly incompressible algorithms for the SPH mesh free particle method
ES Lee, C Moulinec, R Xu, D Violeau, D Laurence, P Stansby
Journal of computational Physics 227 (18), 8417-8436, 2008
Accuracy and stability in incompressible SPH (ISPH) based on the projection method and a new approach
R Xu, P Stansby, D Laurence
Journal of computational Physics 228 (18), 6703-6725, 2009
Incompressible smoothed particle hydrodynamics for free-surface flows: A generalised diffusion-based algorithm for stability and validations for impulsive flows and propagating …
SJ Lind, R Xu, PK Stansby, BD Rogers
Journal of Computational Physics 231 (4), 1499-1523, 2012
The initial stages of dam-break flow
PK Stansby, A Chegini, TCD Barnes
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 374, 407-424, 1998
Integrated analysis of risks of coastal flooding and cliff erosion under scenarios of long term change
RJ Dawson, ME Dickson, RJ Nicholls, JW Hall, MJA Walkden, PK Stansby, ...
Climatic Change 95, 249-288, 2009
The locking-on of vortex shedding due to the cross-stream vibration of circular cylinders in uniform and shear flows
PK Stansby
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 74 (4), 641-665, 1976
The effects of end plates on the base pressure coefficient of a circular cylinder
PK Stansby
The Aeronautical Journal 78 (757), 36-37, 1974
Variable resolution for SPH: a dynamic particle coalescing and splitting scheme
R Vacondio, BD Rogers, PK Stansby, P Mignosa, J Feldman
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 256, 132-148, 2013
DualSPHysics: from fluid dynamics to multiphysics problems
JM Domínguez, G Fourtakas, C Altomare, RB Canelas, A Tafuni, ...
Computational Particle Mechanics 9 (5), 867-895, 2022
Incompressible smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) with reduced temporal noise and generalised Fickian smoothing applied to body–water slam and efficient wave–body interaction
A Skillen, S Lind, PK Stansby, BD Rogers
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 265, 163-173, 2013
Turbulent flow and loading on a tidal stream turbine by LES and RANS
I Afgan, J McNaughton, S Rolfo, DD Apsley, T Stallard, P Stansby
International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow 43, 96-108, 2013
Flow around two circular cylinders by the random-vortex method
A Slaouti, PK Stansby
Journal of Fluids and Structures 6 (6), 641-670, 1992
Propulsive power contribution of a kite and a Flettner rotor on selected shipping routes
M Traut, P Gilbert, C Walsh, A Bows, A Filippone, P Stansby, R Wood
Applied energy 113, 362-372, 2014
Shallow‐water flow solver with non‐hydrostatic pressure: 2D vertical plane problems
PK Stansby, JG Zhou
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 28 (3), 541-563, 1998
SPH modeling of shallow flow with open boundaries for practical flood simulation
R Vacondio, BD Rogers, PK Stansby, P Mignosa
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 138 (6), 530-541, 2012
Simulation of caisson breakwater movement using 2-D SPH
BD Rogers, RA Dalrymple, PK Stansby
Journal of Hydraulic Research 48 (sup1), 135-141, 2010
Impulsively started flow around a circular cylinder by the vortex method
PA Smith, PK Stansby
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 194, 45-77, 1988
Review of smoothed particle hydrodynamics: towards converged Lagrangian flow modelling
SJ Lind, BD Rogers, PK Stansby
Proceedings of the royal society A 476 (2241), 20190801, 2020
The impact of sea level rise and climate change on inshore wave climate: A case study for East Anglia (UK)
N Chini, P Stansby, J Leake, J Wolf, J Roberts-Jones, J Lowe
Coastal Engineering 57 (11-12), 973-984, 2010
Experimental study of the mean wake of a tidal stream rotor in a shallow turbulent flow
T Stallard, T Feng, PK Stansby
Journal of Fluids and Structures 54, 235-246, 2015
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