Feng Dianlei
Feng Dianlei
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A density-adaptive SPH method with kernel gradient correction for modeling explosive welding
MB Liu, ZL Zhang, DL Feng
Computational Mechanics 60 (3), 513-529, 2017
Smoothed particle hydrodynamics modeling of linear shaped charge with jet formation and penetration effects
DL Feng, MB Liu, HQ Li, GR Liu
Computers & Fluids 86, 77-85, 2013
Investigation of explosive welding through whole process modeling using a density adaptive SPH method
ZL Zhang, DL Feng, MB Liu
Journal of Manufacturing Processes 35, 169-189, 2018
Biofilm formation by the oral pioneer colonizer Streptococcus gordonii: an experimental and numerical study
H Rath, D Feng, I Neuweiler, NS Stumpp, U Nackenhorst, M Stiesch
FEMS microbiology ecology 93 (3), 2017
Numerical study on high velocity impact welding using a modified SPH method
ZL Zhang, T Ma, MB Liu, D Feng
International Journal of Computational Methods 16 (02), 1846001, 2019
Predicting the damage on a target plate produced by hypervelocity impact using a decoupled finite particle method
ZL Zhang, DL Feng, T Ma, MB Liu
Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 98, 110-125, 2019
A spatially stabilized TDG based finite element framework for modeling biofilm growth with a multi-dimensional multi-species continuum biofilm model
D Feng, I Neuweiler, U Nackenhorst
Computational Mechanics 59 (6), 1049-1070, 2017
A 3D smoothed particle hydrodynamics method with reactive flow model for the simulation of ANFO
G Wang, G Liu, Q Peng, S De, D Feng, M Liu
Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics 40 (4), 566-575, 2015
A time-space flux-corrected transport finite element formulation for solving multi-dimensional advection-diffusion-reaction equations
D Feng, I Neuweiler, U Nackenhorst, T Wick
Journal of Computational Physics 396, 31-53, 2019
Recent developments of SPH in modeling explosion and impact problems
MB Liu, DI Feng, ZM Guo
PARTICLES III: proceedings of the III International Conference on Particle …, 2013
A modified SPH method for modeling explosion and impact problems
M Liu, D Feng, Z Guo
APCOM & ISCM, 2013
GPU-accelerated smoothed particle hydrodynamics modeling of jet formation and penetration capability of shaped charges
JY Chen, DL Feng, SX Deng, C Peng, FS Lien
Journal of Fluids and Structures 99, 103171, 2020
A new formula for predicting the crater size of a target plate produced by hypervelocity impact
ZL Zhang, T Ma, DL Feng, MB Liu
International Journal of Computational Methods 17 (01), 1844004, 2020
Modeling of Symbiotic Bacterial Biofilm Growth with an Example of the Streptococcus–Veillonella sp. System
D Feng, I Neuweiler, R Nogueira, U Nackenhorst
Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 83 (5), 1-36, 2021
Numerical modeling of the mechanical response of bacterial biofilm to flow by using an SPH poroviscoelastic model
D Feng, I Neuweiler, M Liu, U Nackenhorst
PAMM 20 (1), e202000214, 2021
A time‐space FCT‐FE formulation for 1D time dependent advection‐diffusion equation
D Feng, I Neuweiler, U Nackenhorst
PAMM 18 (1), e201800244, 2018
A deeper insight of a multi-dimensional continuum biofilm growth model: experimental observation and parameter studies
D Feng, H Rath, I Neuweiler, N Stumpp, U Nackenhorst, M Stiesch
Biomedical Technology, 257-272, 2018
Numerical Modeling of Oral Biofilm Growth Using Finite Element Method
D Feng
Institut für Strömungsmechanik und Umweltphysik im Bauwesen der Leibniz …, 2017
Numerical modelling of interaction between aluminium structure and explosion in soil
JY Chen, DL Feng, FS Lien, E Yee, SX Deng, F Gao, C Peng
Applied Mathematical Modelling 99, 760-784, 2021
Numerical methods for biofilm life cycle modeling at different time scales: from space-time finite element to SPH
D Feng, I Neuweiler, M Liu
The 12th International Conference on Computational Methods (ICCM2021), 2021
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