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  • 3-D simulations of flows in the reconstituted lake Karla, Thessaly, Greece 

    Neveskiotis, H.; Tserdani, K.; Sarris, I. E.; Karakasidis, T. E.; Liakopoulos, A. (2010)
    We report on three-dimensional flow simulations carried out in order to describe the dominant water current patterns in the reconstituted lake Karla. The flow is considered to be generated mainly by wind shear while the ...
  • Finite element analysis of buried steel pipelines under strike-slip fault displacements 

    Vazouras, P.; A.karamanos, S.; Dakoulas, P. (2011)
    The present paper investigates the mechanical behavior of buried steel pipelines, crossing active strike-slip tectonic faults. The fault plane is vertical and crosses the pipeline axis at a certain angle. The interacting ...
  • Lattice kinetic schemes in fusion plasmas 

    Breyiannis, G.; Valougeorgis, D. (2008)
    Lattice Boltzmann Methods (LBM) are an established alternative approach for numerical simulations of a large spectrum of physical processes. They are based on a mesoscopic analysis of the underlying physics through a ...
  • Mechanical behavior of buried steel pipelines crossing strike-slip seismic faults 

    Vazouras, P.; Karamanos, S. A.; Dakoulas, P. (2011)
    The present paper investigates the mechanical behaviour of buried steel pipelines, crossing active strike-slip tectonic faults. The fault plane is vertical and perpendicular to the pipeline axis. The interacting soil-pipeline ...
  • Mechanics models for hydrogen embrittlement mechanisms 

    Liang, Y.; Sofronis, P.; Dodds Jr, R. H.; Aravas, N. (2005)
    Of the many suggestions of hydrogen-induced degradation of engineering materials, two mechanisms appear to be viable in non-hydride forming systems: hydrogen-enhanced localized plasticity (HELP) and hydrogeninduced decohesion. ...
  • Molecular dynamics simulation on flows in nano-ribbed and nano-grooved channels 

    Sofos, F.; Karakasidis, T. E.; Giannakopoulos, A. E.; Liakopoulos, A. (2015)
    We present molecular dynamics simulation results on fluid and transport properties for nanochannel flows. The upper channel wall is constructed from periodic roughness elements and flows are simulated both in longitudinal ...
  • Shear driven micro-flows of gaseous mixtures 

    Valougeorgis, D.; Naris, S. (2004)
    A mesoscale kinetic-type approach is proposed to solve shear driven micro flows of binary gas mixtures in MEMS. The coupled linear integral-differential equations, which formally describe the flow, are solved using the ...