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Jaroslav Hron

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  1. Švihlová, H., Hron, J., Málek, J., Rajagopal, K. & Rajagopal, K. (2016) Determination of pressure data from velocity data with a view toward its application in cardiovascular mechanics. Part 1. Theoretical considerations. International Journal of Engineering Science, Elsevier BV
  2. Berg, P., Roloff, C., Beuing, O., Voss, S., Sugiyama, S.I., Aristokleous, N., Anayiotos, A.S., Ashton, N., Revell, A., Bressloff, N.W. & al., e. (2015) The Computational Fluid Dynamics Rupture Challenge 2013—Phase II: Variability of Hemodynamic Simulations in Two Intracranial Aneurysms. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 137(12):121008, ASME International
  3. Minakowski, P., Hron, J., Kratochvíl, J., Kružík, M. & Málek, J. (2014) Plastic deformation treated as material flow through adjustable crystal lattice. IOP Conf. Ser.: Mater. Sci. Eng., 63:012130, IOP Publishing
  4. Hron, J., Rajagopal, K. & Tůma, K. (2014) Flow of a Burgers fluid due to time varying loads on deforming boundaries. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 210:66-77, Elsevier BV
  5. Damanik, H., Hron, J., Ouazzi, A. & Turek, S. (2013) Monolithic Newton-multigrid solution techniques for incompressible nonlinear flow models. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 71(22):208-222
  6. Razzaq, M., Damanik, H., Hron, J., Ouazzi, A. & Turek, S. (2012) FEM multigrid techniques for fluid–structure interaction with application to hemodynamics. Applied Numerical Mathematics, 62(9):1156-1170, Elsevier BV
  7. Hron, J., Kratochvíl, J., Málek, J., Rajagopal, K. & Tůma, K. (2012) A thermodynamically compatible rate type fluid to describe the response of asphalt. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 82(10):1853-1873, Elsevier BV
  8. Hron, J., Neuss-Radu, M. & Pustějovská, P. (2011) Mathematical modeling and simulation of flow in domains separated by leaky semipermeable membrane including osmotic effect. Appl Math, 56(1):51-68, Springer Science + Business Media
  9. Hron, J., Málek, J., Průša, V. & Rajagopal, K. (2011) Further remarks on simple flows of fluids with pressure-dependent viscosities. Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications, 12(1):394-402, Elsevier BV
  10. Ouazzi, A., Damanik, H., Hron, J. & Turek, S. (2010) FEM Techniques for the LCR Reformulation of Viscoelastic Flow Problems. Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications 2009, pages 747-754, Springer Science + Business Media
  11. Damanik, H., Hron, J., Ouazzi, A. & Turek, S. (2010) A monolithic FEM approach for the log-conformation reformulation (LCR) of viscoelastic flow problems. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 165(19-2019-20):1105-1113
  12. Hron, J., Málek, J., Pustějovská, P. & Rajagopal, K.R. (2010) On the Modeling of the Synovial Fluid. Advances in Tribology, 2010:1-12, Hindawi Publishing Corporation
  13. Turek, S., Hron, J., Mádlík, M., Razzaq, M., Wobker, H. & Acker, J.F. (2010) Numerical Simulation and Benchmarking of a Monolithic Multigrid Solver for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems with Application to Hemodynamics. Fluid Structure Interaction II, pages 193-220, Springer Science + Business Media
  14. Turek, S., Hron, J., Razzaq, M., Wobker, H. & Schäfer, M. (2010) Numerical Benchmarking of Fluid-Structure Interaction: A Comparison of Different Discretization and Solution Approaches. Fluid Structure Interaction II, pages 413-424, Springer Science + Business Media
  15. Razzaq, M., Hron, J. & Turek, S. (2009) Numerical Simulation of Laminar Incompressible Fluid-Structure Interaction for Elastic Material with Point Constraints. Advances in Mathematical Fluid Mechanics, pages 451-472, Springer Science + Business Media
  16. Damanik, H., Hron, J., Ouazzi, A. & Turek, S. (2009) A monolithic FEM-multigrid solver for non-isothermal incompressible flow on general meshes. Journal of Computational Physics, 228(1010):3869-3881
  17. Turek, S., Ouazzi, A. & Hron, J. (2009) On pressure separation algorithms (PSepA) for improving the accuracy of incompressible flow simulations. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 59(4):387-403, Wiley-Blackwell
  18. Acker, J.F., Berkels, B., Bredies, K., Diallo, M.S., Droske, M., Garbe, C.S., Holschneider, M., Hron, J., Kondermann, C., Kulesh, M. & al., e. (2008) Inverse Problems and Parameter Identification in Image Processing. Understanding Complex Systems, pages 111-151, Springer Science + Business Media
  19. Hron, J., Le Roux, C., Málek, J. & Rajagopal, K. (2008) Flows of Incompressible Fluids subject to Navier’s slip on the boundary. Computers & Mathematics with Applications, 56(8):2128-2143, Elsevier BV
  20. Turek, S. & Hron, J. (2008) Numerical Techniques for Multiphase Flow with Liquid-Solid Interaction. Oberwolfach Seminars, pages 379-501, Springer Science + Business Media
  21. Hron, J. & Mádlík, M. (2007) Fluid-structure interaction with applications in biomechanics. Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications, 8(5):1431-1458, Elsevier BV
  22. Geller, S., Krafczyk, M., Tölke, J., Turek, S. & Hron, J. (2006) Benchmark computations based on lattice-Boltzmann, finite element and finite volume methods for laminar flows. Computers & Fluids, 35(8-98-9):888-897, Elsevier BV
  23. Hron, J. & Turek, S. (2006) A Monolithic FEM/Multigrid Solver for an ALE Formulation of Fluid-Structure Interaction with Applications in Biomechanics. Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, pages 146-170, Springer Science + Business Media
  24. Turek, S. & Hron, J. (2006) Proposal for Numerical Benchmarking of Fluid-Structure Interaction between an Elastic Object and Laminar Incompressible Flow. Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, pages 371-385, Springer Science + Business Media
  25. Grajewski, M., Hron, J. & Turek, S. (2006) Numerical analysis for a new non-conforming linear finite element on quadrilaterals. Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 193(1):38-50, Elsevier BV
  26. Turek, S., Rivkind, L., Hron, J. & Glowinski, R. (2006) Numerical Study of a Modified Time-Stepping θ-Scheme for Incompressible Flow Simulations. J Sci Comput, 28(2-3):533-547, Springer Science + Business Media
  27. Ouazzi, A., Turek, S. & Hron, J. (2005) Finite element methods for the simulation of incompressible powder flow. Communications in Numerical Methods in Engineering, 21(1010):581-596
  28. Grajewski, M., Hron, J. & Turek, S. (2005) Dual weighted a posteriori error estimation for a new nonconforming linear finite element on quadrilaterals. Applied Numerical Mathematics, 54(3-4):504-518, Elsevier BV
  29. Hron, J., Málek, J., Nečas, J. & Rajagopal, K. (2003) Numerical simulations and global existence of solutions of two-dimensional flows of fluids with pressure- and shear-dependent viscosities. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 61(3-6):297-315, Elsevier BV
  30. Hron, J., Ouazzi, A. & Turek, S. (2003) A Computational Comparison of Two FEM Solvers for Nonlinear Incompressible Flow. In Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, pages 87-109, Springer Science + Business Media
  31. Hron, J., Málek, J., Nečas, J. & Rajagopal, K. (2003) Numerical simulations and global existence of solutions of two-dimensional flows of fluids with pressure- and shear-dependent viscosities. Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 61(3-6):297-315, Elsevier BV
  32. Hron, J., Humphrey, J.D. & Rajagopal, K.R. (2002) Material Identification of Nonlinear Solids Infused with a Fluid. Mathematics and Mechanics of Solids, 7(6):629-646, SAGE Publications
  33. Hron, J., Málek, J. & Turek, S. (2000) A numerical investigation of flows of shear-thinning fluids with applications to blood rheology. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 32(7):863-879, Wiley-Blackwell

These

  1. J. Hron : Numerical Simulation of Visco-Elastic Fluids, Presentation at WDS'97, Prague and School on conservation laws, Freiburg, dw97.ps.gz (gziped postscript file 36k)
  2. J. Hron : Characterization of solid-fluid mixtures, Master thesis at TAMU 2000
    thesis.ps.gz (gziped postscript file 384k)
    mix.tar.gz (gziped archive 73k) C code for solving steady deformation of elastic, hydratated solids. (needs splib)
    splib.tar.gz (gziped archive 176k) library of sparse linear solvers, see splib manual and original location splib
  3. J. Hron : Fluid structure interaction with applications in biomechanics , PhD. thesis at MFF UK 2001
    dis.ps.gz (gziped postscript file 2480k)
    C code for solving 2D fluid-structure interaction [available soon]