Michel Deville

Professeur honoraire

michel.deville@epfl.ch +41 21 69 35318

EPFL STI-DO
ME B1 364 (Bâtiment ME)
Station 9
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Publications

Autres publications

Fietier, N. and M. O. Deville
Journal of Computational Physics 186(1): 93-121., 2003
Time-dependent algorithms for the simulation of viscoelastic flows with spectral element methods: applications and stability.
M. RAPPAZ, M. BELLET, M. DEVILLE
Volume 10 of Trait� des mat�riaux, Presses polytechniques et universitaires romandes, Lausanne, Suisse, ISBN 2-8807436-6, 551 pages, 1998
Mod�lisation num�rique en science et g�nie des mat�riaux
M.O. DEVILLE, P. F. FISCHER, E. H. MUND
Cambridge University Press, New York, , ISBN 0 521 45309 7, 499 pages, 2002
High-order methods for incompressible fluid flow
M. RAPPAZ, M. BELLET, M. DEVILLE
Vol. 32 Springer Series in Computational Mathematics, Springer Verlag, Berlin, ISBN 3-540-42676-0, 2003
Numerical modelling in materials science and engineering
E. LERICHE, E. PERCHAT, G. LABROSSE, M.O. DEVILLE
J. Sci. Comput., vol. 26, pp. 25-43, 2006
Numerical evaluation of the accuracy and stability properties of high-order direct Stokes solvers with and without temporal stability
R. BOUFFANAIS, M.O. DEVILLE
J. Sci. Comput., DOI: 10.1007/s10915-005-9050-z, 2006
Mesh update techniques for free-surface flow solvers using spectral element method
O. MALASPINAS, G. COURBEBAISSE, M. DEVILLE
Int. J. Modern Phys. C, 18, 1939-1949, 2007
Simulation of Generalized Newtonian Fluids with the Lattice Boltzmann Method
E.AHUSBORDE, M. AZA�EZ, M.O. DEVILLE, R. GRUBER, E.H. MUND
Appl. Num. Math., 58, pp. 955-967, 2008
Constructive Spectral Approaches for the Helmholtz Decomposition of a Vector Field
J. BOTSIS, M. DEVILLE
Presses polytechniques et universitaires romandes, Lausanne, Suisse, ISBN 2-88074-643-4, 272 pages, 2006
M�canique des milieux continus : une introduction
E.AHUSBORDE, M. AZA�EZ, M.O. DEVILLE, E.H. MUND
Communications in Comput. Phys., 5, pp. 391-397, 2009
An iterative Domain Decomposition Algorithm for the Grad(div) operator
N. BODARD, R. BOUFFANAIS, M.O. DEVILLE
Appl. Numer. Math., 58, pp. 969-984, 2008
Solution of moving-boundary problems by the spectral element method
M. A. HABISREUTINGER, R. BOUFFANAIS, E. LERICHE, M.O. DEVILLE
J. Comput. Phys., 224, pp. 241-266, 2007
A coupled approximate deconvolution and dynamic mixed scale model for large-eddy simulation
R. BOUFFANAIS, M.O. DEVILLE, E. LERICHE
Phys. Fluids, 19, 055108, 2007
Large-eddy simulation of the flow in a lid-driven cubical cavity
A. JAFARI, N. FIETIER, M. O. DEVILLE
Comput. Fluids, 39, pp. 1425-1438, 2010.
A new extended matrix logarithm formulation for the simulation of viscoelastic fluids by spectral elements
C. BOSSHARD, R. BOUFFANAIS, M. DEVILLE, R. GRUBER, J. LATT
Comput. Fluids, 44, pp. 1-8, 2011
Computational performance of a parallelized three-dimensional high-order spectral element toolbox
M. O. Deville, T. B. Gatski
Springer, Berlin, 2012
Mathematical Modeling for Complex Fluids and Flows
M. Aza�ez, M. Deville, E. Mund
PPUR, Lausanne, 2011
El�ments finis pour les fluides incompressibles
R. PURAGLIESI, A. DEHBI, E. LERICHE, A. SOLDATI, M. O. DEVILLE
Int. J. Heat Fluid Flow, 32, pp. 915-931, 2011
DNS of buoyancy-driven flows and Lagrangian particle tracking in a square cavity at high Rayleigh numbers
A. JAFARI, N. FIETIER, M. O. DEVILLE
Comput. Fluids, 53, pp. 15-39, 2012
Simulation of flows of viscoelastic fluids at high Weissenberg number using a filter-based stabilization of the spectral element method
A. SCHENKEL, M. O. DEVILLE, M. L. SAWLEY, P. HAGMANN, J.-D. ROCHAT
Comput. Fluids, 86, pp. 185-198, 2013
Flow simulation and hemolysis modeling for a blood centrifuge device
C. BOSSHARD, A. DEHBI, M. DEVILLE, E. LERICHE, R. PURAGLIESI, A. SOLDATI
Comput. Fluids, 86, pp. 210-227, 2013
Large eddy simulation of the differentially heated cubic cavity flow by the spectral element method
. C. BOSSHARD, A. DEHBI, M. DEVILLE, E. LERICHE, R. PURAGLIESI, A. SOLDATI
Nucl. Eng. Design, 2013
Large eddy simulation of particulate flow inside a differentially heated cavity