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 **2013-02-03 Predrag to John** A paper referring to channelflow:​ [[http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S0021999113000405|3DFLUX:​ A high-order fully three-dimensional flux integral solver for the scalar transport equation]] by Emmanuel Germaine, Laurent Mydlarski, and Luca Cortelezzi. ​ **2013-02-03 Predrag to John** A paper referring to channelflow:​ [[http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S0021999113000405|3DFLUX:​ A high-order fully three-dimensional flux integral solver for the scalar transport equation]] by Emmanuel Germaine, Laurent Mydlarski, and Luca Cortelezzi. ​
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 +  @article{Germaine2013,​
 +  author = "E. Germaine and L. Mydlarski and L. Cortelezzi",​
 +  title = "​3DFLUX:​ A high-order fully three-dimensional flux integral solver for the scalar transport equation",​
 +  journal = "J. Comp. Phys.",​
 +  volume = "",​
 +  number = "​0",​
 +  pages = " - ",
 +  year = "​2013",​
 +  doi = "​10.1016/​j.jcp.2013.01.010",​
 +  }
  
 **2012-04-13 Predrag to John** perhaps check out [[http://​arxiv.org/​abs/​1107.0580|arXiv.org:​1110.3605]],​ "​Hamiltonian description and traveling waves of the spatial Dysthe equations"​ by Francesco Fedele and Denys Dutykh, or other  [[http://​www.lama.univ-savoie.fr/​~dutykh/​|Dutykh publications]]. Francesco and Denys will attempt to recycle 3D Eulerian flow, and I am very interested in what they found, both for geophysics and quantum field theory applications (equations like Yang-Mills are also Hamiltonian). Please help them - looks like channelflow is the perfect tool, except that currently they want to have a free top surface. Not sure how that would fit into the channelflow straightjacket. Denys will write the code. I'm starting to feel wistful about it, as at the present rate of progress I will not live to see the day, but you guys, when you get there, remember to set a champagne glass for me at the end of the table. If I do not show up, Elijah might. **2012-04-13 Predrag to John** perhaps check out [[http://​arxiv.org/​abs/​1107.0580|arXiv.org:​1110.3605]],​ "​Hamiltonian description and traveling waves of the spatial Dysthe equations"​ by Francesco Fedele and Denys Dutykh, or other  [[http://​www.lama.univ-savoie.fr/​~dutykh/​|Dutykh publications]]. Francesco and Denys will attempt to recycle 3D Eulerian flow, and I am very interested in what they found, both for geophysics and quantum field theory applications (equations like Yang-Mills are also Hamiltonian). Please help them - looks like channelflow is the perfect tool, except that currently they want to have a free top surface. Not sure how that would fit into the channelflow straightjacket. Denys will write the code. I'm starting to feel wistful about it, as at the present rate of progress I will not live to see the day, but you guys, when you get there, remember to set a champagne glass for me at the end of the table. If I do not show up, Elijah might.
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